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Order of the League of Mercy,Cased Silver gilt medal
A Silver gilt and enamel medal topped by a hinged Prince of Wales feathers & coronet.The League of Mercy was set up by the Prince of Wales in 1898 and awarded medals between 1899 and 1946 to those people who had contributed to the support of the Voluntary Hospital movement.It was award in a Male and Female version of ribbon and this is the female version.
The medal consists of a red enamel Geneva cross with a central boss showing a women with two children within a golden laurel wreath,signifying charity.A hinged POW Feathers bears the suspension ring which attaches to the ribbon.The rear of the medal is marked League of Mercy1898.The back of the suspension bar is marked Spink & Son Ltd,17 18 Piccadilly London
It comes in it's original velvet lined case.In very good condition.A scarce and attractive item. Medal height 79mm

Code: 51349Price: 120.00 GBP


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Great Ormond St. Hospital For Sick Children London,Service medal
A nice pendant medal which I believe was used in connection for fund raising for the Hospital.It features the original hospital buildings in relief on a brass and enamel fob medal.This is suspended from an original silk ribbon with an enamel pin back suspension bar brooch with SERVICE .The rear has a makers mark of Thomas Fattorini Hockley Street Birmingham Ltd.(This dates it to between 1924 and 1929) Drop 62mm

Code: 51241Price:


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Kent and Canterbury Hospital Propaganda Committee Badge
A rare brass and enamel badge from the Kent and Canterbury Hospital Propaganda Committee.This was formed in 1920 to raise Funds for the ongoing operation of the Hospital and was in operation until the late 1930s.This badge was worn by the committee members.
It features a red "Canterbury Cross" with the rearing horse of Kent and the coat of arms of Canterbury,The lion above three black choughs.
In good clean condition,Pin and clasp intact.Makers mark Thomas Fattorini Ltd,Regent Street Birmingham.Height 26mm

Code: 50476Price: 20.00 GBP


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Order of the League of Mercy,Cased Medal
Another Silver gilt and enamel medal topped by a hinged Prince of Wales feathers & coronet.The League of Mercy was set up by the Prince of Wales in 1898 and awarded medals between 1899 and 1946 to those people who had contributed to the support of the Voluntary Hospital movement.It was award in a Male and Female version of ribbon and this is the female version.
The medal consists of a red enamel Geneva cross with a central boss showing a women with two children within a golden laurel wreath,signifying charity.A hinged POW Feathers bears the suspension ring which attaches to the ribbon.The rear of the medal is marked League of Mercy1898.It comes in it's original velvet lined case from Vaughtons Ltd.In excellent condition.A rare and attractive medal

Code: 50326Price:


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Order of the League of Mercy Medal
A very nice Silver gilt and enamel medal topped by a hinged Prince of Wales feathers & coronet.The League of Mercy was set up by the Prince of Wales in 1898 and awarded medals between 1899 and 1946 to those people who had contributed to the support of the Voluntary Hospital movement.It was award in a Male and Female version of ribbon and this is the female version.
The medal consists of a red enamel Geneva cross with a central boss showing a women with two children within a golden laurel wreath,signifying charity.A hinged POW Feathers bears the suspension ring which attaches to the ribbon.The rear of the medal is marked League of Mercy1898.It carries hallmarks for 1932,makers mark V&S for Vaughton & Son.In excellent condition.A rare and attractive medal

Code: 50325Price:


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Order of the League of Mercy Medal with Bar
A very nice Silver gilt and enamel medal topped by a hinged Prince of Wales feathers & coronet.The League of Mercy was set up by the Prince of Wales in 1898 and awarded medals between 1899 and 1946 to those people who had contributed to the support of the Voluntary Hospital movement.It was award in a Male and Female version of ribbon and this is the male version.
The medal consists of a red enamel Geneva cross with a central boss showing a women with two children within a golden laurel wreath,signifying charity.A hinged POW Feathers bears the suspension ring which attaches to the ribbon.The ribbon bears a enamelled bar marked For Long Service,which was give for a second award after 1917.The rear of the medal is marked League of Mercy1898.In excellent condition.A rare and attractive medal

Code: 50146Price:


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Cheltenham General and Eye Hospitals
A small lozenge shaped brass and enamel pin badge.I believe it may have been a fund raising pin rather than a nursing item.Height 22mm

Code: 50078Price:


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Derby Hospital Day 1929 9 carat Gold Medal
A delightful badge in enamelled gold for the Derby Hospital Day of 1929.I believe that this was a day given over to activities to raise funds for the different Derby Hospitals prior to the NHS.
The different arms of the cross feature The Home of Rest,Royal Infirmary,Women's Hospital and Children's Hospital.The centre features the Buck within Palings of a Park,the emblem of Derby.
The rear is named to E Pickering.Makers marks are for Fattorini & Sons Bradford House Birmingham.It is hallmarked for 9 carat Gold for 1928/29.It weighs 10.2gms (It is being offered at a price below the scrap value)Height 32mm

Code: 50040Price:

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