Five copper rum or grog measures used to serve the rum in the days of the rum ration in the Royal Navy. We have a half Gallon, a Quart, a Pint, a 1 Gill and a half Gill. The three larger measures are all stamped in Italic style letters denoting they are of an age before the 1950's The smaller two are in what we call block lettering which was brought in when they phased out the Italics. They are all marked with the George Regina (GR) cypher. Tin lined with riveted handles denoting British manufacture. All except the Pint are stamped to the underside with various serial numbers and marks. Largest measures 14cm high and smallest 5cm.