An antique watercolour paint with the emblem of the Royal Air Force Medical division, being used for Royal Air Force Medical Corps, Princess Mary's Royal Air Force Nursing Service Association, Royal Air Force Medical Command. Inscriptions in latin "Nec Aspera Terrent" that have some interpretation like " Adversities do not frighten" "nor do the hard times deter (Us)" the most popular is "difficulties be damned". Painting have a crown on top with wings and two snakes on a scepter. Nice wood frame golden colour done in 157 James street S. in Hamilton. A.H. Hardwick, English Picture Frame Shop in England. Approx. size 16"x 13"