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Regular Army Long Service and Good Conduct Medal, GVI 1st type bust, awarded to Sergeant L. Whipp, Royal Artillery, who would have seen service during the Second World War.

£95.00
Availability: IN STOCK
Product ID: CMA/28585
Condition: Nearly Extremely Fine
Description:

Regular Army Long Service and Good Conduct Medal, GVI 1st type bust, awarded to Sergeant L. Whipp, Royal Artillery, who would have seen service during the Second World War.

Regular Army Long Service and Good Conduct Medal, GVI 1st type bust; (1018366 SJT. L. WHIPP. R.A.)

Condition: Nearly Extremely Fine.

Leo Whipp was born in Shipton, Lancashire, and enlisted into the British Army at Preston on 24th November 1920, joining as a Gunner (No.1018366) the Royal Artillery. He was subsequently awarded the Regular Army Long Service and Good Conduct Medal when serving as a Sergeant, and would have seen service during the Second World War, being transferred to the Army Reserve on 2nd December 1945.