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Ophthalmic Nursing Board,Proficiency SEN Nurses badge
First presented in 1976,the Badge given out by the Ophthalmic Nursing Board features the Geneva red cross upon which an eye is placed centrally,this is surrounded by the title ONB in Blue with the word Diploma for State Registered Nurses and in Green with the word Proficiency for State Enrolled Nurses.Good condition with pin clasp and safety roller catch all intact,some surface scratches.Makers mark for Thomas Fattorini Regent street Birmingham.the badge became obsolete in 1983 with the creation the UKCC.Height 29mm

Code: 52635Price:


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The National Nursery Examination Board,Silver Nursery nurse badge
A silver and enamel badge for the National Nursery Examination Board.In good overall condition, pin,clasp and safety roller catch are all good.Makers mark for Thomas Fattorini Regent Street Birmingham.Silver hallmarks for TF Birmingham 1975.Safety chain in situ.Height 29mm

Code: 52627Price: 30.00 GBP


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National Asylum Workers Union
A rare members badge for the National Asylum Workers Union.Founded in 1910,The new union’s slogan, “All for one and one for all: thou shalt love thy neighbour as thyself”, was adopted early on at the same meeting, at the Boar’s Head Hotel, Preston, on 24 September 1910, at which the union was named. The first half of the slogan can be seen on the union’s badge.
By July 1912, the NAWU had 5,400 members and a paid general secretary, the Rev HMS Bankart, a former mental hospital chaplain. It affiliated to the Labour Party in 1915 and to the TUC in 1923.The union changed its name in 1930 to the Mental Hospital and Institutional Workers Union before becoming COHSE in 1946. The brass and enamel badge is in good overall condition with pin and clasp fitting intact.Marked to rear Fattorini Bradford.Height 28mm

Code: 52626Price: 60.00 GBP


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State Certified Midwife ,Badge with original Neck chord
An original Midwives badge from the 1920s. Generally in very good condition barring a minor ding to the enamel at the rim by the E of Midwife. It features it's original Neck chord and is named to J.C.Summers 73618 25.2.28. A popular badge in very good condition barring some surface rubbing.Height 50mm

Code: 52618Price: 50.00 GBP


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State Certified Midwife badge, white metal
A pin back badge for the Central Midwives Board State Certified Midwife prior to it's demise in 1983.This is the interim version in white metal with SCM above the figure of Juno LucIno,the goddess of childbirth.This was only in use for a short period before it was replaced with a similar version in gold metal.Very good clean condition with pin and clasp intact.Makers mark for Thomas Fattorini Regent Street Birmingham.Height 36mm

Code: 52610Price: 45.00 GBP


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Royal College of Nursing,Members Dress Badge
A base metal and enamel original, post 1975, version of the members dress badge of the Royal College of Nursing.(Note; for current members of the RCN a similar but plasticised enamel version is available from membership services at the RCN more cheaply) .
The shield bears a sun and three stars symbolising day and night.This is topped by an open book and roman lamp symbolising learning and nursing.A red scroll at the base bears the latin Tradimus Lampada-We Pass on the Torch.The wording around the edge reflects the amalgamation of the two bodies.Condition generally good with some surface scratches.The pin, clasp and safety roller catch are all good.

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State Certified Midwife badge
A pin back badge for the Central Midwives Board State Certified Midwife as issued upto it's demise in 1983.In good clean condition with pin and clasp intact.Makers mark for Thomas Fattorini Regent Street Birmingham.Height 36mm

Code: 52536Price: 45.00 GBP


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Royal British Nurses Association/GNC silver Nurses badge pair
A pair of silver badges awarded to the same nurse.The first is a silver members badge from the Royal British Nurses Association.It features a Pattee or Maltese cross with the Royal crown in the centre.In each corner of the cross are the Rose,Shamrock,Leek and Thistle of the four countries of the UK.The suspension bar bears the motto of the RBNA, Steadfast and True.Founded in 1887 as the first professional organisation for Nurses in the world, it's aim was for the organisation and registration of Nurses.See http://www.rbna.org.uk/background.asp
The rear is named for Catherine M Cooke 4497. Silver hallmarks for Elkington & Co Birmingham 1891.According to the records(http://www.kingscollections.org/nurses/about) Catherine Mary Cooke registered on 12th July 1901, having gained her certificate at Addenbrookes Hospital,Cambridge from 1894 to 1897 after an initial period at the London Hospital.Condition is very good.Height 46mm
The second item is a silver and enamel badge from the General Nursing Council For England & Wales.This is engraved for C M Watson SRN 1886 3.2.22.This is Catherine Mary Watson nee Cooke.This is also in excellent condition.Height 26mm.Two interesting badges from an early nurse.I am also listing a similar pair from this lady's sister and should you wish to purchase both listings please contact me as I will discount the pair.

Code: 52497Price: 120.00 GBP


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Royal British Nurses Association/GNC silver Nurses badge pair
A pair of silver badges awarded to the same nurse.The first is a silver members badge from the Royal British Nurses Association.It features a Pattee or Maltese cross with the Royal crown in the centre.In each corner of the cross are the Rose,Shamrock,Leek and Thistle of the four countries of the UK.The suspension bar bears the motto of the RBNA, Steadfast and True.Founded in 1887 as the first professional organisation for Nurses in the world, it's aim was for the organisation and registration of Nurses.See http://www.rbna.org.uk/background.asp
The rear is named for Amy Rea Cooke 4496. Silver hallmarks for Elkington & Co Birmingham 1891.According to the records(http://www.kingscollections.org/nurses/about) Amy Rea Cooke registered on 12th July 1901, having gained her certificate at Addenbrookes Hospital,Cambridge from 1895 to 1898.Condition is very good.Height 46mm
The second item is a silver and enamel badge from the General Nursing Council For England & Wales.This is engraved for A R Cooke SRN 3875 19.5.22.This is also in excellent condition.Height 26mm.Two interesting badges from an early nurse.I am also listing a similar pair from this lady's sister and should you wish to purchase both listings please contact me as I will discount the pair.

Code: 52496Price: 120.00 GBP


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Royal College of Midwives, post 1947 badge
A members badge for the Royal College of Midwives.Founded as the Midwives Institute in 1881 it became the College of Midwives in 1941 and the RCM in 1947 after gaining it's Royal Charter.This pattern of badge was in use from then until 1967 when the design changed again.This design features the Pomegranate tree from the College arms, known as a symbol of fertility. This is above the date 1881 and a scroll of dark blue with Vita Donut Dei-Life is the Gift of God. Condition is good but with some signs of wear and minor rust to the back.Pin and clasp good.Makers mark for Thomas Fattorini Ltd Regent Street Birmingham Height 34mm

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