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Purchased a RM Association Membership book on EBay

Discussion in 'Royal Marines History and Knowledge' started by Anto123, Aug 16, 2018.

  1. Anto123

    Anto123 New Member

    Jul 11, 2018
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    E713806C-9A94-4DC1-8590-934A874EDE44.jpeg B1621D57-8B76-4183-8D16-5B29A3C52201.jpeg 54B2950C-6817-4535-B4FA-7CB20F3EBA51.jpeg EB61F745-8E27-459A-858A-2C0CCB286901.jpeg 0917240D-6045-4FE1-ADDD-82C6936CAD2D.jpeg Hi everyone, I recently purchased a RM Association Membership book on eBay and what I believed to be blank and possibly a copy, but it had someones name on it. I’m not sure if this person exists or if it’s fake?? Looking further, the staples on the page look rusted as does the paper looks genuinely worn with age... Also if this is genuine, I’d like to think I could get this back to a family member. Wether or not , the person lost it or a family member sold it . Who knows. I hate to see things like this out there.
  2. Caversham

    Caversham Former RM Commando, Moderator

    Mar 22, 2009
    It looks genuine and the name rings bells. There was a Lt Higson who was Adjutant at RMB Eastney in the 1960s, affectionately known as Hig the Pig! I doubt very much if he's around nowadays, but you could try the RMA at this address: RM Corps Secretariat, Building 32, HMS EXCELLENT, Whale Island, Portsmouth, PO2 8ER.

    Last edited: Aug 16, 2018
  3. Chelonian

    Chelonian Moderator

    Aug 10, 2010
    I agree. Sadly, not everyone shares the sentiment. I once successfully attempted to reunite a family with a couple of Great War campaign medals awarded to a long deceased relative. The family basically thanked me but said they didn't need clutter.:(