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Militia Long Service and Good Conduct Medal, EVII bust, awarded to Private W. Dwyer, 7th Battalion, King’s Royal Rifle Corps Militia. who would have qualified for the Militia Long Service and Good Conduct Medal after serving for 18 years and attending 15 annual camps. A total of 1587 medals were awarded between 1905 and 1930, when it was superseded by the Efficiency Medal, of which 1446 awards were made during the reign of King Edward VII. Rare.

Price: £450.00


Product ID: CMA/28687
Condition: Nearly Extremely Fine
Availability: IN STOCK
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Militia Long Service and Good Conduct Medal, EVII bust, awarded to Private W. Dwyer, 7th Battalion, King’s Royal Rifle Corps Militia. who would have qualified for the Militia Long Service and Good Conduct Medal after serving for 18 years and attending 15 annual camps. A total of 1587 medals were awarded between 1905 and 1930, when it was superseded by the Efficiency Medal, of which 1446 awards were made during the reign of King Edward VII. Rare.

Militia Long Service and Good Conduct Medal, EVII bust; (786 PTE W. DWYER. 7TH K.R.R.C. MIL.)

Condition: Nearly Extremely Fine.

Awarded to Rifleman (No.786) W. Dwyer, 7th Battalion, King’s Royal Rifle Corps Militia. who would have qualified for the Militia Long Service and Good Conduct Medal after serving for 18 years and attending 15 annual camps. A total of 1587 medals were awarded between 1905 and 1930, when it was superseded by the Efficiency Medal, of which 1446 awards were made during the reign of King Edward VII.