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Orthopaedic Nursing Certificate,SRN Badge
A seven sided enamelled nurses badge for the Orthopaedic Nursing Certificate.First issued in 1974 it features a twisted plane tree with it's trunk bound to a post,an allusion to a splinted fracture.The badge became obsolete in 1983 with the formation of the UKCC.Good condition with minor surface scratches and one or two small areas of tarnish which I have cleaned up.Pin and catch intact .Makers marks for Thomas Fattorini Regent Street Birmingham.Height 29mm

Code: 51560Price:


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The Workhouse Infirmary Nursing Association
An extremely Rare early members badge for the Workhouse Infirmary Nursing Association.Founded in 1881.Initiated by Louisa Twining the daughter of Richard Twining the Tea Merchant,she was an early campaigner to raise the standard of Nursing in Workhouse Infirmaries.Princess Mary Adelaide,the mother of queen Mary,allowed her name to be given to the Association and the badge reflects this with the initials M&A entwined with a crowned anchor.On the band around the edge are the words Founded 1881 Mary Adelaide Nurses.It has unfortunately been highly polished at some stage but the detail is still good.The rear is engraved 1883 Elizabeth Jenkins. Unfortunately I have,as yet been unable to find any listings under this name in Burdetts or the RBNA to identify where this nurse may have worked.

Code: 51541Price: 125.00 GBP


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British Association of Plastic Surgery Nurses,Nurses Badge
A base metal and enamel nurses badge for the British Association of Plastic Surgery Nurses.Founded in 1963,based at St Andrew's Hospital Billericay Essex,these badges were first issued in 1968.Designed by members of the association,the relief represents the Egyptian queen Nefertiti( a Woman of Perfection).The motto Ad Perfectionem-Towards,Perfection and the initials BAPSN for British Association of Plastic Surgery Nurses.Good condition with minor surface scratches,pin and clasp good.Makers mark for Thomas Fattorini Regent Street Birmingham.Height 32mm

Code: 51539Price: 30.00 GBP


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General Nursing Council For England & Wales,SRN Chrome Nurses badge
A chrome and enamel badge for the General Nursing Council for England & Wales.In good overall condition with minimal surface rubbing.Pin & clasp in good order.It is engraved for O.E.Gould SRN 214584 23.6.54.(this is Olive Eileen Gould who trained at St Bartholomew's Hospital) Makers marks for Thomas Fattorini Limited Birmingham.Height 27mm

Code: 51521Price:


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General Nursing Council for England & Wales,Silver SRN Badge
A silver and enamel badge from the GNC for England & Wales.In good clean condition with minimal surface wear,pin and clasp intact.It is named to M.D.Denton S.R.N. 53748. 21.6.29
(This is Marjorie Doris Denton who trained at the Royal East Sussex Hospital Hastings from 1925-28)

Height 27mm.Silver hallmark for 1939.Makers mark for Thomas Fattorini Limited Birmingham

Code: 51520Price: 35.00 GBP


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General Nursing Council for England & Wales,Silver Registered Fever Nurse Badge
A silver and enamel badge from the GNC for England & Wales.In good clean condition with minimal surface wear,pin and clasp intact.It is named to A.M.Pearcey R.F.N. 3452. 21.12.1928
(This is Alice Muriel Pearcey who trained at the South Western Hospital Stockwell 1925-28) Height 27mm.
Silver hallmark for 1929.Makers mark for Thomas Fattorini Limited Birmingham

Code: 51518Price: 35.00 GBP


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Diploma in Orthopaedic Nursing,Enrolled Nurses Badge
The British Orthopaedic Association & Central Council for the Disabled first issued a badge for the Orthopaedic Nursing Training in 1974.The badge shows a twisted Plane tree with it's trunk bound to a straight post,an allusion to a fracture bound to a splint.This green version was issued for Enrolled Nurse Orthopaedic Training.It became obsolete in 1983 with the creation of the UK Central Council for Nursing,Midwifery & Health Visiting. An increasingly scarce badge in a good overall condition,pin and clasp good.Makers mark for Thomas Fattorini Regent Street Birmingham.Height 29mm

Code: 51515Price: 35.00 GBP


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State Certified Midwife Badge,Pin back badge
One of the variations of a State Certified Midwife Badge from the 1920s. This is a pin back version of the large base metal badge which features Juno Lucino,the Goddess of Childbirth.She holds a baby in the palm of her right hand and a staff in her left.The title State Certified Midwife appears to the rim on a blue enamel border.Condition is generally good for its age.Pin and clasp are intact.Makers mark and registration number to the rear of Thomas Fattorini Ltd Regent Street Birmingham.Engraved for F Pate 77184 23.11.29( this is a Florence Pate,shown on the Midwives Roll as living in Burnley,Lancs.) Height 45mm

Code: 51504Price:


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General Nursing Council for England & Wales,State Enrolled Nurses badge
A good clean bronze and enamel State Enrolled Nurses badge from the General Nursing Council for England & Wales.In good condition with pin and clasp all good.Makers mark for Thomas Fattorini Regent street Birmingham,Engraved SEN 67810 Duplicate,
Height 28mm

Code: 51490Price:


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Royal British Nurses Association,Silver Vice Consul Badge
A Rare silver pendant Vice Consul badge for the Royal British Nurses Association.In excellent condition.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.This is hung from a rather distressed (dirty)white silk ribbon which in turn is suspended from an ornate pin back bar brooch bearing Vice Consul 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
In excellent condition,pin and clasp are intact.Engraved to Elizabeth Davies 3314 it bears hallmarks for E&Co Ld( Elkington & Co Ltd) and the year letter for 1898. According to the records(http://www.kingscollections.org/nurses/about) Elizabeth Davies registered on November 24th 1893,having gained her certificate at Chelsea Infirmary Feb 1889.She went on to work as Matron at Essex and Colchester Hospital until 1905 and then at The Royal National Hospital for Consumption,Ventnor on the Isle of Wight
I believe that the silver version of the badge was worn by senior members of the organisation and this is worthy of further research.An early and scarce scarce item of Nursing history.Height 46mm

Code: 51487Price:

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