Camel Saddle from Suez

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Camel Saddle from Suez

This is a camel saddle which my father, Major Tony Baldwin, brought home with him when he returned from Egypt after active service with the Anglo-French Task Force despatched by Prime Minister Anthony Eden in 1956 on the politically disastrous mission to take control of the Suez Canal.

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Location

Egypt

Culture
Period

Bought in 1956

Theme
Size
H:
40cm
W:
60cm
D:
40cm
Colour
Material

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