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Colonel Oscar Vaughan Viney was a Director of Hazell, Watson and Viney from 1920–1959 and Chairman from 1950–1954. He was also High Sheriff of Bucks in 1950. He had a military career from January 1914 in the Oxfordshire and Buckinghamshire Light Infantry, Buckinghamshire Battalion becoming a Lieutenant-Colonel in 1930. He retired from the British Army in 1934 and was appointed Brevet Colonel in 1938.
oil on canvas
H 44 x W 34 cm
gift from anonymous donor, 2010
Buckinghamshire County Museum
Church Street, Aylesbury, Buckinghamshire HP20 2QP EnglandView venue
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