WW1 - Silver Wound Badge - George Turner, 4th Battalion The Essex Regiment
Pte George Turner, initially enlisted the Herts Regiment prior the the outbreak of WW1 in March 1914, but was awarded his medal entitlement with the 4th ( Territorial Force ) Battalion the Essex Regiment. He was entitled to the BWM and Victory Medal (location unknown) and this Silver Wound Badge impressed B266517 for honourable discharge, issued in March 1919 (aged 21 which means he si... read more
WW1 Silver Wound Badge ( SWB ) Number 384201 to Captain Frank Waller, The 12th London Regiment
Dark toned and with original pin and clasp. Good condition. Stamped 384201. Scarce to an officer, good rank, worthy of further research. Came in small red card box and with some research. A quick check of the London Gazette for 25th September 1914 shows him being commissioned as a 2nd Lieutenant in the 12th ( County of London ) Battalion, The London Regiment ( The Rangers ) on 27th A... read more
WW1 Silver War Badge ( SWB ) - Stamped 242736 - Lynch, Tyneside Irish ( 25th Battalion Northumberland Fusiliers ).
Silver War Badge, dark toned, pin broken and clasp squashed shut. SWB roll included which confirms it was awarded to
Private Joseph Lynch, 25/352 of the 2nd Tyneside Irish. Enlisted 16/11/1914, discharged 27th January 1917 from the depot. Date suggests he was a Somme casualty. Also listed in John Sheen's book " Tyneside Irish " on page 231. Listed as A Company, wounded in O... read more
WW2 British Forces Kings Badge for Loyal Service
Introduced in 1941, circa 26mm in diameter struck in white metal. The King's Badge was awarded to British Forces personnel who had been invalided out of the services during WW2 and were entitled to a war disablement pension. They were both unnamed and unnumbered. In good condition. read more
WW1 Silver War Badge ( SWB ) with copy Discharge Certificate - Pte Leonard Kitching, West Yorkshire Regiment
Colour copy of certificate on A4 size paper. The SWB roll confirms that this unmarked silver SWB with original and complete pin fixings, has the number B59815 impressed on the reverse. read more
WW1 Silver War Badge (SWB) B155200 - Mann, Royal Warwickshire Regiment
With copy paperwork confirming awarded to 2951 Pte George Edward Mann, Royal Warwickshire Regiment, who was discharged as sick within two months of enlisting in August 1914. it has been lacquered. Pin and clasp original and functional.
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