WW1 BRITISH ARMY LONG SERVICE & GOOD CONDUCT MEDAL MAURICE HILLIER R.G.A.

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Description

36mm wide circular silver medal with swivel scroll suspension; the face with the crowned head and shoulders of King George V in field marshal’s uniform facing left, circumscribed ‘GEORGIUS V BRITT: OMN: REX ET IND: IMP:’ (George V King of Great Britain and Emperor of India), signed ‘BM’ (for Sir Bertram Mackennal, 1863-1931); the reverse inscribed ‘FOR / LONG SERVICE / AND / GOOD CONDUCT’ above an arabesque; impressed on the edge to 140103 SJT. M. HILLIER. R.G.A. on correct ribbon.Maurice Hillier served during the First World War with the 8th Company, R.G.A. with Regimental Number 11186. The Medal was instituted in 1830 and has undergone various changes in design and award criteria since that date. At the time this example was awarded, the requirement was 18 years’ exemplary service.
Battery Sergeant Major Darling is also entitled to the Queen’s South Africa Medal, with bars Cape Colony & Orange Free State, where he served with the 68th/119th Batteries in South Africa as a Sergeant. He was invalided back to England as a result of his service in South Africa on the 25th October 1900 and he was transferred to the Reserves in Exeter on the 3rd February 1903.

Additional information

Weight 0.22046226218488 kg
Dimensions 10 × 4 × 5 cm

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