LONG SERVICE & GOOD CONDUCT MEDALS - POLICE

  Geo.V (1st type) Special Constabulary Long Service Medals
E3.01 Sergt. Frank Vowles GVF/NEF 20.00
E3.02 William Anderson GVF+ 15.00
E3.03 H. Wheeler Humphrey                  One edge bruise, otherwise GVF 15.00
E3.04 James E. Meikle GVF+ 15.00
E3.05 Herbert W. Townsend GVF+ 15.00
  Geo.V (1st type) Special Constabulary Long Service Medal with bars "The Great War 1914-18" & Long Service 1929"
E3.06 Walter P. Miles
           
A few light surface scratches and one small edge dig, otherwise

GVF+ 30.00
  Geo.V (2nd type) Special Constabulary Long Service Medal
E3.07 Robert Wycherley GVF 15.00
  Geo.Vl (1st type) Special Constabulary Long Service Medals
E3.08 John P. Barnes GVF 12.00
E3.09 John Burden GVF 12.00
E3.10 William T. Stevens GVF 12.00
E3.11 Stanley G. Wilton GVF 12.00
  EllR Special Constabulary Long Service Medals
E3.12 Sergt. Albert G. Miles GVF/NEF 40.00
E3.13 Walter H. Eastman NEF 35.00
E3.14 Two: 9424 African Cl. 2 Sgt. Vimisayi, B.S.A. Police
War Medal 1939-45
(un-named as issued) and Geo.Vl (2nd type) Colonial Police Forces Long Service and Good Conduct Medal.
The medals are mounted court-style, as worn.
A note with the medals states: attested 28th December 1932, LS&GC 30th March 1951, retired 13th March 1952.






GVF 120.00
E3.15 Two: 10157 African Det. l Cl. Sgt. Philip, B.S.A. Police
War Medal 1939-45
(un-named as issued) and EllR Colonial Police Forces Long Service and Good Conduct Medal.
The medals are mounted as worn.
With a photocopy of a magazine picture of A/D/Sgt. Philip dated December 1958, taken when he retired after 21 years service.
                 One small edge bruise to the Colonial Police Medal, otherwise






GVF 130.00
E3.16 Two: 10703 African Cl. 1 Sgt. Kasendi, B.S.A. Police
War Medal 1939-45
(un-named as issued) and EllR Colonial Police Forces Long Service and Good Conduct Medal.
A note with the medals states: attested 20th January 1941, LS&GC 24th July 1959, retired 19th January 1961.




GVF 120.00
E3.17 11022 African Const. Eliyas, B.S.A. Police
War Medal 1939-45
(un-named as issued) and EllR Colonial Police Forces Long Service and Good Conduct Medal.
                      One edge bruise to the Colonial Police Medal, otherwise



GVF 105.00

LONG SERVICE & GOOD CONDUCT MEDALS - PRISON SERVICE

NONE IN STOCK AT THIS TIME

LONG SERVICE & GOOD CONDUCT MEDALS - FIRE SERVICE

EllR Fire Brigade Long Service & Good Conduct Medals

E4.01 Sub Officer Arthur J. Goodban
                                                  
A few small edge 'digs' otherwise 

GVF 45.00
E4.02 Leading Fireman Wilfred G. Frampton
Believed to be from Poole, Dorset 

GVF 40.00
E4.03 Fireman David Snow
in named box of issue - marked "Surrey"
with a Surrey Fire Brigade cap badge. 


GVF/NEF 60.00

THE NATIONAL FIRE BRIGADES UNION

E4.04 National Fire Brigades Union Long Service Medal - in bronze with "Ten Years" brooch suspender and "Five Years" bar
numbered 2176 


GVF  30.00
E4.05 National Fire Brigades Union Long Service Medal - in silver with "Twenty Years" brooch suspender and "Five Years" bar
numbered 327 and named to Superintendent K. Hancock, Sevenoaks.  


GVF  75.00

THE NATIONAL FIRE BRIGADES ASSOCIATION

E4.06 National Fire Brigades Association Long Service Medal - in bronze with "Ten Years" bar - scarce, ring suspender issue
numbered 8876 and named to Cuthbert H. Dixon.
                                            
                       one minor ek, otherwise



GVF/NEF 40.00
E4.07 National Fire Brigades Association Long Service Medal - in bronze with "Ten Years" bar
numbered 14647 and named to Percy Brown


GVF 35.00
E4.08 National Fire Brigades Association Long Service Medal - in bronze with "Ten Years" bar
numbered 9328 and named to Frederick T. Lownes.


GVF 35.00
E4.09 National Fire Brigades Association Long Service Medal - in bronze with "Ten Years" bar
numbered 13091 and named to Joseph A. Rabbatts, Caterham & Warlingham Fire Brigade.
ln its case of issue with the original award slip (dated 30th September 1938) and a Rules for Wearing Decorations and Medals card. There is also a photocopied photograph of Joseph Rabbatts and other members of the Caterham & Warlingham Fire Brigade with their fire tender.







NEF 35.00
E4.10 National Fire Brigades Association Long Service Medal - in silver with "Twenty Years" brooch suspender and three "Five Years" bars
numbered 2846 and named to Frank B. Tunbridge


GVF 60.00

FIRE SERVICE MEDALS OF OTHER COUNTRIES

NONE IN STOCK AT THIS TIME

LONG & MERITORIOUS SERVICE MEDALS - MEDICAL & RELATED SERVICES

Badge of a Serving Brother of the Order of St. John

E5.01 Alfred James Groves
With the original notification of the award (dated 19th December 1955), ticket for the investiture at St. Bartholomew's Hospital, London (on the 20th March 1956) and a newspaper cutting, which would indicate that the recipient came from Madeley, Shropshire




NEF 65.00

Service Medal of the Order of St. John - in silver

E5.02 12496 A/Sis. A.B. Barnard, Civil Service Nsg. Div. No. 101S,  S.J.A.B., 1934 
One edge 'bruise', otherwise


GVF+ 25.00

Women's Voluntary Service Long Service Medal 

E5.03 Unnamed as issued with "Long Service" bar 
in Royal Mint case of issue.

EF 20.00

British Red Cross Society Certificate of Commendation

E5.04 Named to Mrs. Doris Winfield, Oxfordshire Branch and dated 10th January 1980.
In original envelope (Bicester address) with enclosure letter (from the Branch Director) and a copy of the Recommendation for the award:
Doris Winfield has been an active supporter of the Branch for many years. In collecting regularly in Red Cross Week and by holding Coffee Mornings and Bring & Buy Sales she has raised a considerable amount of money for Oxfordshire Red Cross over the years. Her services to the Branch and continued support is much appreciated.








VGC 10.00

E5.05 Five to Irene Allen, who served with the Voluntary Aid Detachment during the First World War and with the British Red Cross
British War Medal & Victory Medal (I.M. Allen, V.A.D.) British Red Cross Society Medal for War Service 1914-18 (this unnamed as issued), British Red Cross Society Medal for Proficiency in Red Cross Nursing (705 I. Allen) and British Red Cross Society Medal for Proficiency in Red Cross First Aid (9374 Irene Allen).
With photocopied Medal Index Card. 
                                           The Red Cross medals are VF+, the pair is GVF.








120.00
E5.06 Four: W.T. Ellingford
Badge of a Serving Brother of the Order of St. John (
engraved on the reverse "W.T. Ellingford, 26th July 1951"), Defence Medal, War Medal 1939-45 and Service Medal of the Order of St. John - in silver, with four bars (15888 A/Off. W.T. Ellingford, Southend Boro. Div., No.1 Dis., SJAB., 1936).
Mounted loose-style, as worn. 

With corresponding miniatures
- these mounted court-style, as worn and a full-size medal ribbon bar. 
Plus
three original award certificates:
For the Service Medal: Ambulance Officer, Southend Borough Division, No.1 (Prince of Wales's) District
For the 3rd Bar to the Service Medal: D/Off., 75 Borough of Southend Div., London (Prince of Wales's) District
For the 4th Bar to the Service Medal: Area S/Off., Eastern Area, London (Prince of Wales's) District
Slight enamel damage to one point of the Maltese Cross on the Serving Brother Badge, otherwise

















GVF/NEF 190.00

OTHER LONG SERVICE AND GOOD CONDUCT MEDALS

E6.01 Imperial Continental Gas Association Long Service Medal
Engraved on the reverse: 25 Years Service Arthur Lucas 1880-1905
A very impressive, 3.5cm diameter, silver medal.
The Imperial Continental Gas Association was founded in London, in 1824, by Sir Moses Montefiore, to provide gas facilities outside the United Kingdom. During the 19th and 20th centuries it provided gas supplies in Germany, Belgium, Holland and other European countries. The company traded until 1987.






NEF 25.00
E6.02 Bournemouth Gas & Water Company Long Service Medal
Engraved on the reverse: W.A. Hood 1909-34
An impressive, 3cm diameter, h/m silver medal by Thomas Fattorini, of Birmingham on its original ribbon, with ornate "25 Years Service" pin suspender.
Bournemouth Water was established in 1863. The company also supplied gas until nationalisation of the gas industry in 1949. 






GVF 25.00
E6.03 Samuel Jones & Company Long Service Medal
Engraved on the reverse: 25 Years Elisa Frances Boardman
A very impressive, 4cm diameter, silver medal in its original presentation case - this is damaged.
Samuel Jones & Company was founded in London in 1810, as stationery suppliers. In 1905 the company started producing non-curling gummed paper on printed sheets, an innovative product used for postage stamps. The company expanded and by the 1920s was one of the major employers in the (Peckham) area. By 1961, the company has over 2,700 employees. In the 1980s, the business became part of the Wiggins Teape Group, but has recently (2010) been re-launched as an independent company - Samuel Jones UK Limited.











GVF+ 25.00

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