Army Long Service and Good Conduct Medal, GVR Fm. bust, awarded to Battery Quarter Master Sergeant A.G. Beecham, Royal Artillery, who saw service between 1901 and 1921, and was present during the Great War out on the Western Front from 1914 and th...

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Condition: some extensive contact wear, about Very Fine.
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Army Long Service and Good Conduct Medal, GVR Fm. bust, awarded to Battery Quarter Master Sergeant A.G. Beecham, Royal Artillery, who saw service between 1901 and 1921, and was present during the Great War out on the Western Front from 1914 and then in Mesopotamia from 1915 through to the end of the war.

Army Long Service and Good Conduct Medal, GVR Fm. bust; (1025943 B.Q.M.SJT. A.G. BEECHAM. R.A.)

Condition: some extensive contact wear, about Very Fine.

Albert George Beecham was born in India, and having worked as a carman, then attested for service with the British Army at Woolwich on 28th November 1902, joining as a Gunner (No.28861 later No.1025943) the Royal Artillery. Beecham re-engaged in order to complete 21 years service on 24th March 1914, and then went on to see service during the Great War out on the Western Front from 1914 and in Mesopotamia from 1915 to 1918. Beecham was pensioned on 21st January 1921 in the rank of Battery Quarter Master Sergeant. Additionally entitled to the 1914 Star trio