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WW1 South Lancashire Regiment Silver War Badge

A good original First World War period 'Silver War Badge officially numbered 'B348670', awarded to '240507 Corporal Thomas Graham'; unmarked silver circlet inscribed 'For King And Empire' 'Services Rendered' bearing crowned 'GRI' Imperial Cypher to voided centre. Very good condition, complete with original pin fittings.
Diameter 32mm.
Awarded to 240507 Corporal Thomas Graham who enlisted on the 1st September 1914 serving with the 5th Bn South Lancashire Regiment, he landed in France with a draft of the Battalion on the 13th February 1915. He was discharged on the 14th February 1918.

The 'Silver War Badge' was awarded to service personnel who were honourably discharged due to wounds or sickness whilst serving in the Great War. It was worn on the lapel in civilian clothing.

Code: 60071

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WW1 Yorkshire Regiment Green Howards 'Gallipoli' silver war badge low number

A good original First World War period 'Silver War Badge officially low issue numbered '701', awarded to '7749 Private Harry Brown Yorkshire Regiment'; unmarked silver circlet inscribed 'For King And Empire Services Rendered' bearing crowned 'GRI' Imperial Cypher to voided centre. Very good condition, complete with original pin fittings.
Diameter 32mm.

Awarded to '7749 Private Harry Brown a pre war regular of the Yorkshire Regiment . He enlisted in 1904 and landed in France on the 5th October 1914 and his name appeared in the list of wounded on the 23rd November 1914 having suffered gunshot wound to the left arm. Recovering he was discharged from hospital four weeks later and is then recorded serving with the 6th Bn Green Howards. The Battalion landed at Suvla Bay Gallipoli on the 6th & 7th August and he was once again wounded, his name appearing on the casulty list of the 22nd November 1915. This wound resulting in his final discharge on the 17th March 1916. He was awarded the 1914 Star, with clasp, British War Medal and Victory Medal.

Code: 60045

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WW1 Army Service Corps Silver War Badge

A good original First World War period 'Silver War Badge officially numbered '106890', awarded to 'T/24477 Cpl. Frederick George Hunt ASC'; unmarked silver circlet inscribed 'For King And Empire' 'Services Rendered' bearing crowned 'GRI' Imperial Cypher to voided centre. Very good condition, complete with original pin fittings.
Diameter 32mm.

Awarded to Corporal Frederick George Hunt of the Army Service Corps. He enlisted on the 9th May 1906 and was discharged on the 20th November 1916. He landed in France attached to the 7th Field Battery Royal Artillery on the 18th September 1914 and was awarded the 1914 Star, British War Medal and Victory Medal.

The 'Silver War Badge' was awarded to service personnel who were honourably discharged due to wounds or sickness whilst serving in the Great War. It was worn on the lapel in civilian clothing.

Code: 59798

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WW1 Silver War Badge Kings Royal Rifle Corps


A scarce original First World War period 'Silver War Badge officially numbered "167778", awarded to "R/1723 RFN. Joseph Lester"; unmarked silver circlet inscribed "For King And Empire" "Services Rendered" bearing crowned "GRI" Imperial Cypher to voided centre, together with his original cap badge. Good condition, complete with original pin fittings.
Diameter 34mm.

Awarded to 'R/1723 RFN. Joseph Lester' of the Kings Royal Rifle Corps. He enlisted on the 2nd September 1914, landed in France 23rd July 1915 and was discharged as the result of wounds on the 29th April 1917. He was awarded the 1914/15 Star, British War Medal and Victory Medal.
The 'Silver War Badge' was awarded to service personnel who were honourably discharged due to wounds or sickness whilst serving in the Great War. It was worn on the lapel in civilian clothing.

Code: 58965

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WW1 Silver War Badge Hampshire Regiment

A scarce original First World War period 'Silver War Badge officially numbered "356970", awarded to "27841 Pte Alfred Roper"; unmarked silver circlet inscribed "For King And Empire" "Services Rendered" bearing crowned "GRI" Imperial Cypher to voided centre. Very good condition, complete with original pin fittings.
Diameter 32mm.

Awarded to Private Alfred Roper of the Hampshire Regiment. He enlisted on the 8th November 1916 and was discharged as the result of wounds on the 26th March 1918. He was awarded the British War Medal and Victory Medal.
The 'Silver War Badge' was awarded to service personnel who were honourably discharged due to wounds or sickness whilst serving in the Great War. It was worn on the lapel in civilian clothing.

Code: 57738

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WW1 Services Rendered Silver War Badge Lincolnshire Regiment


A scarce original First World War period 'Silver War Badge officially numbered "103113", awarded to "7565 Pte Edward Salmon"; unmarked silver circlet inscribed "For King And Empire" "Services Rendered" bearing crowned "GRI" Imperial Cypher to voided centre, the reverse with replacement pin fittings and heavy service wear.
Diameter 32mm.

Awarded to Private Edward Salmon of the Lincolnshire Regiment. He enlisted on the 30th June 1914 and landed with his Regiment in France on the 21st July 1915 earning a 1914/15 Star, British War Medal and Victory Medal. He was discharged and awarded the Silver War Badge on the 26th June 1914.

The 'Silver War Badge' was awarded to service personnel who were honourably discharged due to wounds or sickness whilst serving in the Great War. It was worn on the lapel in civilian clothing.

Code: 57377

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WW1 Silver War Badge Territorial Force Nursing Service VAD nurse


A scarce original First World War period 'Silver War Badge officially numbered 240625', awarded October 1917 to Nurse V.A.D. P. Cameron T.F.N.S. who address is given as "Duarte Villa Cardross Dunbartonshire Scotland"; unmarked silver circlet inscribed "For King And Empire" "Services Rendered" bearing crowned "GRI" Imperial Cypher to voided centre, the reverse with original stout pin fittings.
Diameter 32mm.

The 'Silver War Badge' was awarded to service personnel who were honourably discharged due to wounds or sickness whilst serving in the Great War. It was worn on the lapel in civilian clothing.

Code: 55738

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