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Law General Hospital School of Nursing,Silver plated nurses badge
A white metal and enamel nurse badge from Law General Hospital School of Nursing.In good condition with only minor surface scratches.Pin and clasp intact but loose,I would recommend getting the pin replaced before attempting to wear this.Makers marks for J Pinches London.
Height 28mm

Code: 51972Price: 50.00 GBP


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Sterling Royal Infirmary,Scottish Registered Fever Nurse,Nursing Badges
A pair of Scottish Nursing badges awarded to the same nurse.
The first is a brass pendant badge from Stirling Royal Infirmary.This consists of a Greek cross with a superimposed central disc bearing the Wolf on the Crag.The words Stirling Royal Infirmary are around the edge and the motto" Sterlini Opidum,also taken from the seal of the Burgh.Condition is good with pin and clasp intact.Engraved on the rear M.A.Henderson.Height
The second item is a silver and enamel badge for the Scottish Registered Fever Nurse.This bears the saltire and Registered Fever Nurse Scotland around the rim.To the rear it is named for M.A.Henderson E 24080.It bears hallmarks for Brook & Son,Birmingham 1943.
Margaret Arnott Henderson is recorded on the Scottish Register as a General Nurse A 23504 30/11/45 from Sterling Royal Infirmary.Her RFN qualification is recorded from Ruchill Hospital Glasgow on 26/6/43.
it seems that whilst both badges are to this lady we are still potentially missing two more!

Code: 51959Price: 75.00 GBP


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Royal Infirmary Edinburgh School of Nursing,Brass Nurses 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 Very Good condition with no enamel damage or loss, as pictured. Pin and clasp both good.
It is engraved to the rear for I Cameron 591
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: 51950Price:


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Southern General Hospital Glasgow,Silver Enrolled Nurses badge
A silver and enamel Nurses badge from the Southern General Hospital,Glasgow.It's design features a central Cross of St Andrew with a lamp of learning to one side and a thistle to the other.In very good condition with only minor surface wear,the pin,clasp and safety roller catch are all good.The green colouring denotes Enrolled Nurse training.Makers mark of Fattorini Birmingham.Engraved to the rear 629.Hallmarks for Thomas Fattorini,Birmingham 1986.Height 30mm

Code: 51916Price:


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The Royal Aberdeen Hospital For Sick Children,Nurses Badge
A chrome and enamel Nurses badge for the Royal Aberdeen Hospital For Sick Children.It features a white enamel St Andrew's Cross with Thistles in each quarter,upon which is a disc with a central Lamp of Learning with the hospital title on a blue enamel band around the edge.Some surface wear but generally good condition,pin and clasp intact.Safety chain in situ.Makers mark for Thomas Fattorini Ltd Regent Street Birmingham,which dates this to pre 1961.

Code: 51870Price:


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Dundee Royal Infirmary,Nurses Badge
A bronze pendant badge for the Dundee Royal Infirmary.In good clean condition with pin and clasp all intact.Suspension bar bears the motto Pro Aegris Et Laesis-For the Sick and Injured
Unmarked to rear .Height 50mm

Code: 51862Price: 40.00 GBP


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Simpson Memorial Maternity Pavilion Edinburgh,Midwives badge
A popular enamelled badge for Midwifery training at the Simpson Memorial Maternity Pavilion in Edinburgh.First presented in May 1967,the badge features a purple butterfly,the emblem of Immortality,separating the words Victo Dolore-Victory Over Pain.The badge was last awarded in November 1977 when the Midwifery School was integrated into the Lothian College of Nursing & Midwifery.
This particular badge was awarded retrospectively to a midwife who had trained in the 1940s.It is engraved to the rear for I.M.McPherson 1.4.47.In very good condition with little or no enamel damage.Pin,clasp and safety roller catch are all good.Makers mark for Thomas Fattorini Regent Street Birmingham.height 32mm

Code: 51814Price:


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The Murray Royal & Murthly Hospitals,Mental Nurses Badge
A chrome and enamel Nurses Badge from the Murray Royal & Murthy Hospitals in Perth,Scotland.It features a shield bearing seven armorial crests representing the areas served by the Hospitals.the hospital title is on a blue band around the edge.The motto "Pro Aegris In Mente"-For Patients In Mind is at the bottom.Condition is good but there is some loss to the enamel in places.The pin and clasp is intact.Makers mark for Thomas Fattorini Ltd Regent Street Birmingham.Engraved for Margaret Sinclair Feb 1963.Height 37mm

Code: 51677Price:


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Glasgow Royal Infirmary School of Nursing ,Silver Nurses Badge
An ever popular silver and enamel Nurses badge from the Glasgow Royal Infirmary.It depicts the snake of healing intertwined with a Thistle with the motto Auspice Caelo-By the Favour of Heaven,which features on the wall of the Infirmary on Castle Street.There is minor enamel damage to several areas around the rim.The Pin and clasp are intact.Named to Catherine L McDougall 2235 with hallmarks for ELS Birmingham 1942 Height 30mm

Code: 51675Price:


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Royal Infirmary Edinburgh School of Nursing,Silver Nurses Badge
A popular silver and enamel Nurses badge from the Edinburgh Royal Infirmary,in very good condition. 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 two or three areas of enamel damage by the R of Edinburgh and the L of Royal as pictured. Pin and clasp both good.
It is engraved to the rear for A.L.Marjoribanks 3230 (This is Anne Leslie Marjoribanks who was added to the Scottish Register on 5.11.1941 )It bears hallmarks for H&I (Hamilton & Inches)Birmingham 1950 Height 29mm

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