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Royal Southern Hospital Liverpool,Silver Nurses Prize Medal
A cased presentation nurses silver prize medal from the Royal Southern Hospital Liverpool.In it's original wooden lined presentation case with silk lining from Boodle & Dunthorne Goldsmiths,Lord Street Liverpool. The medal bears the Hospital Nurse training badge flanked by two angels and is suspended from a pin back bar brooch.The rear is inscribed Awarded to Nora Joan Smith Junior Nurses Examination1948.Hallmarked for B&D Birmingham 1948.Very good condition.Medal height 51mm

Code: 51696Price: 90.00 GBP


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Guy's Hospital The Butterworth Long Service Medal
Instituted in 1889 by Joshua W Butterworth,this medal was awarded to all nurses of Guy's Hospital who had completed Five years of continuous satisfactory service at the Hospital.
The silver metal(not marked as silver)medal is suspended by a safety pin type fixing.The face shows an image of Thomas Guy,Founder of the Hospital. The rear is engraved to the recipient Brenda Wilson,Certificated Nurse on Completing Five Years Service.
Brenda Bennison(nee Wilson )was a student nurse at Guys from 1918 to 1921.Staff Nurse and Night Sister to 1923.She was Sister Lydia Ward from 1921 to 1923.The Guy's Hospital Nurses League Handbook and Register shows her as having received this Butterworth Medal.
Good overall condition but with some surface scratches.Height 47mm

Code: 51688Price:


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St Bartholomew's Hospital,Nurses Prize medal
A rare silver gilt nurses prize medal from St Bartholomew's Hospital from 1920.The Hospital was the first in the UK to award a gold prize medal,it being instigated by the Matron Mrs Bedford Fenwick in 1885. Whilst it was originally gold,by the 1920s it was made in silver gilt although this medal is not hallmarked anywhere.
The medal ,on a swivel mount ,features the Wakering shield with St Bartholomew's Hospital Nurses Prize to the face.The reverse bears the inscription Gift Of the Clothworkers Company around the edge and the recipient Elizabeth Mary Barber April 1920( E M barber is shown on the GNC register as having gained her certificate from 1917-1920 and was SRN 9463),The medal hangs on an original black and white silk ribbon (rather worn) from a gold coloured pin back suspension bar.Condition overall is fair with surface wear to the gilt finish but still a rare object.

Code: 51590Price: 200.00 GBP


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Norwich & Norfolk Staff of Nurses,Silver Long Service Badge
An extremely rare, early silver long service badge for the Norwich and Norfolk Hospital.It consists of a plain silver Maltese/Pattee cross with an applied circle upon which is "Norwich & Norfolk Staff of Nurses".On this is a pointed oval shape with the letters NNS intertwined and "With Goodwill Doing Service".The cross is suspended from two silver chains linking it to a plain silver pin back bar brooch.Consition is good with pin and clasp intact.There is moderate surface scratching throughout.
The rear of the badge is engraved 1895,Presented to Nurse E Rudd by the Committee for 10 years faithful service ,1905.This is likely to be Elizabeth Rudd who appears in the GNC register of 1925 ,living at 32 Surrey street,Norwich.She gained her certificate at St Mary's Hospital London in 1895/96 so must have then gone straight to work at the N&N?

It bears hallmarks for WJD(William James Dingley)Birmingham 1905.Overall height 78mm
A rare and impressive badge.The price reflects my original purchase cost and scarcity.

Code: 51526Price:


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Glasgow Western Infirmary,Gold Medical Nursing Prize Medal
A stunning Gold Nurses pendant Prize Medal from the Glasgow Western Infirmary from the 1950s.Although only of a gilt metal it is in excellent condition.It consists of a hexagonal medal with the intertwined initials GWI incised into the centre.This is suspended from a plain pin back bar brooch.The front bear the word Medical Nursing Medal.The rear is engraved Awarded To Margaret Ogilvie 1953.Height 32mm

Code: 51479Price: 100.00 GBP


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Southampton University Hospitals,Bronze SEN Prize Badge
A scarce Prize badge from the Southampton University Hospitals,I believe from the 1970s.It consists of the standard Hampshire rose design shape In the centre of which are three symbols,a portcullis relating to Southamptons Bargate,The Ship taken from the badge of the RSH Hospital and the third which I believe relates to the New Forest. A similar badge design in coloured enamels was issued for SRN and SEN training in the early 70s and I was told by a tutor that these plain versions were prize badges. In good overall condition,pin and clasp good.Marked SEN to the rear. Height 31mm

Code: 51423Price: 65.00 GBP


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City General Hospital Sheffield,Nurses Gold(Silver gilt) Prize Medal
One of three similar prize medals in what appears to be an unissued state,from the City General Hospital, Sheffield,at the start of the NHS.
This third one is of a gold coloured metal which is silver gilt, in its original,but damaged,cardboard box.It consists of a medal bearing the arms of the city of Sheffield.The shield supported by the gods Vulcan and Thor bears the sheaf of arrows above the three wheat sheaves.The motto"Deo Adjuvante Labor Proficit-With God's Help our Labour is Successful" This is suspended on a blue silk ribbon from a plain pin back bar brooch.The rear is unnamed but bears a laurel wreath and scroll with "Nil Nisi Optima-Nothing But The Best" It bears silver hallmarks for F&S9 Fattorini & Sons)Birmingham 1948 Medal height 37mm Drop 80mm

Code: 51415Price:


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City General Hospital Sheffield,Nurses Silver Prize Medal
One of three similar prize medals in what appears to be an unissued state,from the City General Hospital, Sheffield,at the start of the NHS.
This second one is of silver in its original,but damaged,cardboard box.It consists of a medal bearing the arms of the city of Sheffield.The shield supported by the gods Vulcan and Thor bears the sheaf of arrows above the three wheat sheaves.The motto"Deo Adjuvante Labor Proficit-With God's Help our Labour is Successful" This is suspended on a blue silk ribbon from a plain silver pin back bar brooch.The rear is unnamed but bears a laurel wreath and scroll with "Nil Nisi Optima-Nothing But The Best" It bears Silver hallmarks for F&S (Fattorini & Sons)Birmingham 1948 Medal height 36mm Drop 78mm

Code: 51414Price:


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City General Hospital Sheffield,Nurses Bronze Prize Medal
One of three similar prize medals in what appears to be an unissued state,from the City General Hospital, Sheffield,at the start of the NHS.
This first one is of a bronze metal in its original,but damaged,cardboard box.It consists of a medal bearing the arms of the city of Sheffield.The shield supported by the gods Vulcan and Thor bears the sheaf of arrows above the three wheat sheaves.The motto"Deo Adjuvante Labor Proficit-With God's Help our Labour is Successful" This is suspended on a blue silk ribbon from a plain pin back bar brooch.The rear is unnamed but bears a laurel wreath and scroll with "Nil Nisi Optima-Nothing But The Best" Medal height 37mm Drop 81mm

Code: 51413Price:


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Guys Hospital ,Nurses Prize,Cazenove Medal
An oval silver metal( Not marked as being Silver) Medal from Guy's Hospital.The Cazenove Medal was originally awarded to the Nurse who Obtained the highest aggregate percentage of marks in all examinations for a year.The face bears the image of Sir Thomas Guy,Founder of the Hospital, above the date 1725. The reverse is marked Cazenove Medal 1897 Presented to Carol A Fryer 1963-1966.These medals have a safety pin type suspension bar.Height 47mm

Code: 51407Price:

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