Feeding cup from Princess Christian's Hospital Train, 1915

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W T Copeland & Sons (estab. 1847, closed 1970): Maker
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Feeding cup from Princess Christian's Hospital Train 1915. On the top of the cup is written 'Princess Christian's Hospital Train' in a banner design with the Red Cross emblem and the date '1915' beneath. Cup has a spout and one handle. On the base is written the following details: 'Presented by T Goode & Co, London. W T Copeland & Sons, Stoke-on-Trent.'
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Princess Christian's hospital train was the first purpose-built mobile hospital train and was commissioned in 1898 during the Second Boer War. It was named after Princess Christian (born Princess Helena to Queen Victoria and Prince Albert) who was a founding member of the British Red Cross and who contributed £650 to the cost of the train (total cost around £7000).
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British Red Cross Society. Hertfordshire Branch
Princess Christian of Schleswig-Holstein, (b.1846, d.1923)
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