Regular Army Long Service and Good Conduct Medal, GVI 2nd type bust, awarded to Sergeant J.H. Sayers, Royal Army Service Corps, who served under an alias, his real name being Frederick Jackson. He re-transferred to the Cavalry of the Line for serv...

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Regular Army Long Service and Good Conduct Medal, GVI 2nd type bust, awarded to Sergeant J.H. Sayers, Royal Army Service Corps, who served under an alias, his real name being Frederick Jackson. He re-transferred to the Cavalry of the Line for service with the 4th Cavalry Training Regiment in February 1940, and then transferred to the Royal Army Veterinary Corps in August 1941, before joined the Royal Army Service Corps, having seen service during the Second World War.

Regular Army Long Service and Good Conduct Medal, GVI 2nd type bust; (T/402497 SJT. J.H. SAYERS. R.A.S.C.)

Condition: Extremely Fine.

Frederick Jackson, who enlisted under the alias of John Herbert Sayers, saw service as a Sergeant (No.T/402497) with the Royal Army Service Corps, but had originally re-transferred back to the Cavalry of the Line for service with the 4th Cavalry Training Regiment on 1st February 1940, and then transferred to the Royal Army Veterinary Corps on 29th August 1941, before going on to join the Royal Army Service Corps. He saw service during the Second World War, and was discharged to pension in 1952.