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Leverndale Hospital Training School,Nurses Badge (Green)
A small Mental Nurses Badge from what was Hawkhead Hospital in Govan.It changed it's name in 1964 to Leverndale Hospital so this badge post dates that.The design features the distinctive water Tower of the hospital in front of an orange five pointed star in a voided circle which bears the hospital title on a green band(I believe this may have been for SEN(M) training).Condition good,pin and clasp intact.NOTE this is significantly smaller than the earlier pattern of badge which I show in the last picture for a comparison.Height 24mm

Code: 51626Price: 55.00 GBP


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Leverndale Hospital Training School,Nurses Badge(Black)
A small Mental Nurses Badge from what was Hawkhead Hospital in Govan.It changed it's name in 1964 to Leverndale Hospital so this badge post dates that.The design features the distinctive water Tower of the hospital in front of an orange five pointed star in a voided circle which bears the hospital title on a black band.Condition good,pin and clasp intact.NOTE this is significantly smaller than the earlier pattern of badge which I show in the last picture for a comparison.Height 24mm

Code: 51625Price: 55.00 GBP


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Hawkhead Hospital Training School,Mental Nurses Badge
A scarce Mental Nurses Badge from what was Hawkhead Hospital in Govan.It changed it's name in 1964 to Leverndale Hospital so this badge predates that.The design features the distinctive water Tower of the hospital in front of an orange five pointed star in a voided circle which bears the hospital title.Condition good,pin and clasp intact.Makers mark for J.Pinches London Height 35mm

Code: 51632Price: 75.00 GBP


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Dykebar Hospital Paisley,Mental Nurses Badge
A mental Nurses badge for the Dykebar Hospital Paisley.The design,similar in style to many other hospitals,features a geneva cross with an imposed disc upon with the Hospital title appears on a maroon badge to the edge.A Lamp of Learning sits in the centre.Some surface wear but generally good.Pin and clasp good.Makers mark for J Pinches London.height 29mm

Code: 51627Price: 65.00 GBP


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Royal Alexandra Infirmary Paisley,Nurses Badge
A base metal and enamel nurses badge from the Royal Alexandra Infirmary Paisley.The shield shaped badge features the intertwined initials RAI,this is above 1768,(however the year of the hospitals foundation appears to be 1788 so perhaps an error-on other badges this date is 1786?)At the top is the coat of arms of Paisley depicting an abbot below a mural crown.The biblical inscription"They Bought unto Him the Sick & He Healed Them" appears on a scroll along the top edge.Makers mark for Thomas Fattorini Ltd,Regent Street Birmingham to the rear.Pin and clasp good.height 32mm

Code: 51618Price:


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Bangour Hospitals,Nurse Training Badge
A base metal and enamel nurses badge from the Bangor Hospitals in West Lothian Scotland.I believe that this variant may date to the 1970s.At that time the Bangour Hospitals Group consisted of the Bangour Village Hospital,Drumshoreland,Tippetthill ,Bo'Ness and St Michaels Hospitals.The badge features St George slaying the Dragon with the Saltire on his shield.Good overall condition with minor wear to the silver plating.pin and clasp good.Height 36mm

Code: 51616Price:


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Gartloch Hospital Glasgow
A brass and enamel badge for Gartloch Mental Hospital in Glasgow,which closed in 1996.The site is now converted into Gartloch Village,a luxury housing development.In Good condition barring some surface scratches.Replacement pin but safety catch good.Unmarked to rear .Height 42mm

Code: 51603Price: 45.00 GBP


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Law General Hospital,Scottish Registered General Nurse Pair
A pair of Nursing badges awarded to the same nurse.They are a white metal and enamel nurse badge from Law General Hospital School of Nursing.In very good condition with only minor surface scratches.Pin and clasp good.makers marks for J Pinches London.
Height 28mm
The second badge is a Registered General Nurse badge for
Scotland,This features the Saltirein enamel .Condition is again very good with pin and clasp good.Named to A.J.C.Forrest A 38564 Hamilton & Inches Edinburgh height 28mm

Code: 51592Price:


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Royal Infirmary Edinburgh,Brass Nurses pelican Badge
An unusual brass and enamel version of the nurses Pelican badge from the Royal Infirmary Edinburgh.It features the emblem of the Royal Infirmary,the Pelican feeding it's young with it's own blood,noted as a symbol of dedication and service to others. The Nurses League of the School of Nursing is still today known as the Pelican League;http://pelican-nurses-league-rie.org/index.php
The badge itself is in Good condition with only minor scuffs and no enamel damage or loss, as pictured. Pin and clasp both good.
It is engraved to the rear for M.J.McAdam(Margaret Jean who passed her hospital exams in 2/1944) 3684
It is unusual to see this badge in anything other than a silver or white metal finish and I believe this may a wartime austerity measure.If anyone can confirm I would be grateful.Height 29mm

Code: 51572Price:


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Hairmyres Hospital ,Scottish General Nurse ,silver pair of Nursing badges
A pair of silver and enamel Nursing badges to the same nurse.The first is from Hairmyres Hospital School of Nursing in Lanarkshire.The design features a shield with a red cross on top of a saltire with the motto Summa Petenda-Aim For The Highest .In very good condition with only one very small chip to the edge and some surface scratches.Pin and clasp good.Engraved to rear No 3 John Leggat. Hallmarked for BB&MC(Birmingham Badge and Medal Company) Birmingham 1962.Height 37mm
The second badge is a Registered General Nurse Scotland ,engraved for J Leggat A 29224,this is recorded as John Leggat who was entered onto the register on 30/3/51 having qualified from Hairmyres Hospital in 1951.The badge has had a couple of knocks to the edges and has lost it's safety chain loop ,but otherwise good condition.Silver hallmarks for Hamilton & Inches Birmingham 1950.Height 27mm
The difference in dates between issue of the RGN and the Hairmyles badges,along with the issue number of the latter suggests that it may only have been created in the early 1960s and awarded retrospectively?

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