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Rare Pendant I believe according to the note pined to it belonged to a passenger aboard when it sunk in June 1940

This was apparently the first casualty of world war two in the Pacific sunk leaving Auckland in June 1940 part of its cargo was 590 ingots of gold from the Bank of England taking it to the USA to pay for munitions for the war

also it was blamed for bringing the influenza pandemic to NZ in 1918

It was built in 1912 and owned by the Union Steamship Co
sailing from Auckland Suva and Vancouver
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  • Seller location: Hawera, Taranaki, NZ

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