|Place||Europe: France, Nord Pas de Calais, Nord, Lille, Armentieres|
|Physical description||Copper; brass|
|Date made||c 1918|
First World War, 1914-1918
Souvenir ashtray from Armentieres : Lieutenant E T R Reynolds, 29 Company Army Service Corps, AIF
Copper ashtray with brass crest for the town of Armentieres, France. The crest is supported by a wreath of oak and laurel and surmounted by a crown which looks like a fortified town. The shield contains a sun and moon above a fleur-de-lis.The name of the town 'ARMENTIERES' is written within a scroll beneath the coat of arms.
Associated with Lieutenant Edward Thomas Russell Reynolds who served with 15 Depot Unit of Supply and with 29 Company, Australian Service Corps. He returned to Australia on 2 March 1919.