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WW1 Queen Marys Needlework Guild surgical branch QMNG badge.


A very scarce original First World War period 'Queen Mary's Needlework Guild Official's ribbon neck badge', gilt and enamel example bearing Queen Mary's Royal Standard impaled with the arms of her father, Francis, Duke of Teck and the Hanoverian coat of arms as used by her grandfather, Prince Adolphus, Duke of Cambridge, surmounting a white cross with the letters 'QMNG', this with additional "Surgical Branch" bar sewn to a blue silk neck ribbon fully complete but delicate. Very good condition, complete with original pin fittings (pin bent but functional) enamel in perfect condition.
Height of badge 37mm.

The Queen Mary's Needlework Guild came into being after just a few days into the Great War, when Queen Mary's issued a letter on the 4th August 1914 through the Press, to the Women of the Empire asking that it might be rendered "To alleviate all distress occasioned by the War!" which was the purpose of the guild to provide comforts and create articles of clothing and surgical equipment as well as other gifts to the troops fighting for King and Country at home and abroad.

Code: 58500

65.00 GBP


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WW1 Queen Marys Needlework Guild QMNG war workers badge.


A scarce original First World War period 'Queen Mary's Needlework Guild worker's badge'; gilt and enamel example bearing war service bars from 1914 right through to 1918. Very good condition, complete with original silk ribbon with Q.M.N.G suspension bar with original pin fittings, enamel perfect.
Height 107mm.

The Queen Mary's Needlework Guild came into being after just a few days into the Great War, when Queen Mary's issued a letter on the 4th August 1914 through the Press, to the Women of the Empire asking that it might be rendered "To alleviate all distress occasioned by the War!" which was the purpose of the guild to provide comforts and create articles of clothing and surgical equipment as well as other gifts to the troops fighting for King and Country at home and abroad.

Code: 58211

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WW1 Queen Marys Needlework Guild QMNG workers badge.


A good original First World War period gilt and enamel 'Queen Mary's Needlework Guild worker's badge'. Very good condition, retaining original pin fittings, no damage to the enamel, gilt remains bright.
Height 46mm.

The Queen Mary's Needlework Guild came into being after just a few days into the Great War, when Queen Mary's issued a letter on the 4th August 1914 through the Press, to the Women of the Empire asking that it might be rendered "To alleviate all distress occasioned by the War!" which was the purpose of the guild to provide comforts and create articles of clothing and surgical equipment as well as other gifts to the troops fighting for King and Country at home and abroad.

Code: 57593

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WW1 Queen Marys Needlework Guild QMNG official's badge


A scarce original First World War period 'Queen Mary's Needlework Guild Official's gilt and enamel badge', bearing Queen Mary's Royal Standard impaled with the arms of her father, Francis, Duke of Teck and the Hanoverian coat of arms as used by her grandfather, Prince Adolphus, Duke of Cambridge, surmounting a white cross with the letters 'QMNG'. Very good condition, original pin fittings, no damage to the enamel.
Height 37mm.

The Queen Mary's Needlework Guild came into being after just a few days into the Great War, when Queen Mary's issued a letter on the 4th August 1914 through the Press, to the Women of the Empire asking that it might be rendered "To alleviate all distress occasioned by the War!" which was the purpose of the guild to provide comforts and create articles of clothing and surgical equipment as well as other gifts to the troops fighting for King and Country at home and abroad.

Code: 57538

40.00 GBP


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WW1 Queen Marys Needlework Guild QMNG Officials Badge


A scarce original First World War gilt and enamel 'Queen Mary's Needlework Guild medal' with service bars to the ribbon 1916 -1917 -1918, below the 'Q.M.N.G Official's badge' secured by pin and thread to the crown, bearing 'Queen Mary's Royal Standard' impaled with the arms of her father 'Francis, Duke of Teck' and the 'Hanoverian coat of arms' as used by her grandfather, 'Prince Adolphus, Duke of Cambridge', surmounting a white cross with the letters 'QMNG'. Very good condition, complete with original silk ribbon and Q.M.N.G suspension bar with pin fittings, no damage to the enamel, a lovely example hard to find.
Height 88mm.

The Queen Mary's Needlework Guild came into being after just a few days into the Great War, when Queen Mary's issued a letter on the 4th August 1914 through the Press, to the Women of the Empire asking that it might be rendered "To alleviate all distress occasioned by the War!" which was the purpose of the guild to provide comforts and create articles of clothing and surgical equipment as well as other gifts to the troops fighting for King and Country at home and abroad.

Code: 54274

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Queen Marys Needlework Guild 1916 Surgical Branch war workers badge


A scarce original First World War gilt and enamel 'Queen Mary's Needlework Guild 1916 Surgical branch war worker's badge'. Very good condition, complete with original blue ribbon with 1916 enamel bar, surgical branch gilt bar and 'Q.M.N.G' enamel suspension bar with pin fittings, no damage to the enamel.
Height 67mm.
The Queen Mary's Needlework Guild came into being after just a few days into the Great War, when Queen Mary's issued a letter on the 4th August 1914 through the Press, to the Women of the Empire asking that it might be rendered "To alleviate all distress occasioned by the War!" which was the purpose of the guild to provide comforts and create articles of clothing and surgical equipment as well as other gifts to the troops fighting for King and Country at home and abroad.

Code: 53886

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WW1 Queen Marys Needlework Guild Surgical Branch war badge


A scarce original First World War gilt and enamel Queen Mary's Needlework Guild Surgical branch war worker's badge. Very good condition, complete with original red, white and blue ribbon with gilt surgical branch bar and oak leaf decorated suspension bar with pin fittings, no damage to the enamel, an excellent example.
Height 90mm.
The Queen Mary's Needlework Guild came into being after just a few days into the Great War, when Queen Mary's issued a letter on the 4th August 1914 through the Press, to the Women of the Empire asking that it might be rendered "To alleviate all distress occasioned by the War!" which was the purpose of the guild to provide comforts and create articles of clothing and surgical equipment as well as other gifts to the troops fighting for King and Country at home and abroad.

Code: 52740

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