A fine Second World War wartime employment women’s issue British Empire Medal, GVI 1st type cypher, awarded to Miss Marian Susie Blundell, who was employed as a Personnel Officer with the aviation form Rootes Securities Ltd, which built both Blenheim and then Halifax bomber aircraft, and operated from the Rootes Factory at Speke, near Liverpool, Lancashire. It was for this important wartime work that Miss Bllundell was awarded the British Empire Medal in the King’s Birthday Honours List as published in the London Gazette for 15th June 1945.

Price: £235.00


Product ID: CMA/25802
Condition: Nearly Extremely Fine
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Description:

A fine Second World War wartime employment women’s issue British Empire Medal, GVI 1st type cypher, awarded to Miss Marian Susie Blundell, who was employed as a Personnel Officer with the aviation form Rootes Securities Ltd, which built both Blenheim and then Halifax bomber aircraft, and operated from the Rootes Factory at Speke, near Liverpool, Lancashire. It was for this important wartime work that Miss Bllundell was awarded the British Empire Medal in the King’s Birthday Honours List as published in the London Gazette for 15th June 1945.

British Empire Medal, GVI 1st type cypher; (MISS MARIAN S. BLUNDELL), mounted on ladies bow ribbon as issued.

Condition: Nearly Extremely Fine.

Miss Marian Susie Blundell was employed as a Personnel Officer with the aviation form Rootes Securities Ltd, which built both Blenheim and then Halifax bomber aircraft, and operated from the Rootes Factory at Speke, near Liverpool, Lancashire. It was for this important wartime work that Miss Bllundell was awarded the British Empire Medal in the King’s Birthday Honours List as published in the London Gazette for 15th June 1945.