​ A fine Second World War Battle of the Atlantic and North West Europe, Minesweeping 1945 to 1951 and long service group awarded to Chief Petty Officer Telegrapher C.R.V. Spencer, Royal Navy, who was serving with the Rosyth Naval Base, H.M.S Cochrane, when he received his Royal Navy Long Service and Good Conduct Medal on 18th April 1948.

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A fine Second World War Battle of the Atlantic and North West Europe, Minesweeping 1945 to 1951 and long service group awarded to Chief Petty Officer Telegrapher C.R.V. Spencer, Royal Navy, who was serving with the Rosyth Naval Base, H.M.S Cochrane, when he received his Royal Navy Long Service and Good Conduct Medal on 18th April 1948.
Group of 7: 1939-1945 Star; Atlantic Star with France and Germany Clasp; Defence Medal; War Medal; Naval General Service Medal 1909-1962, GVI 2nd type bust, 1 Clasp: Minesweeping 1945-51; JX133450 C R V SPENCER L TEL RN); Coronation Medal 1953; Royal Navy Long Service and Good Conduct Medal, GVI 1st type bust; (JX.133450 C.R.V. SPENCER. L.TEL. H.M.S. COCHRANE.), mounted swing style as worn.
Condition: Good Very Fine.
Charles Roy Victor Spencer served as a Leading Telegrapher (No.JX.133450) with the Royal Navy, and saw service during the Second World War in the Battle of the Atlantic and during the North West Europe campaign, and subsequently during the minesweeping operations which lasted from 3rd September 1945 through to 30th September 1951. Spencer was awarded the  Royal Navy Long Service and Good Conduct Medal on 18th April 1948 whilst serving with H.M.S Cochrane, the Rosyth Naval Base, and is confirmed as having been awarded the Coronation Medal 1953 whilst serving as a Chief Petty Officer Telegrapher.


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