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King Charles III Army Long Service & Good Conduct Miniature Medal CIIIR

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The Charles III Army Medal for Long Service and Good Conduct was established in 1830. Prior to 1901, the front of the medal featured an emblem of weaponry with the Royal Arms in an oval shield at the centre, while the back displayed the words "For Long Service and Good Conduct". When King Edward VII ascended to the throne in 1901, his likeness replaced the emblem on the front of the medal. In 1930, the medal was renamed the Long Service and Good Conduct (Military) Medal. Additionally, a fixed suspension bar was included, showing the words "Regular Army" or the name of a dominion country: Australia, New Zealand, Canada, India or South Africa. Today, the Long Service & Good Conduct Medal (Army) is given to members of the British Army who have served for 15 years. A soldier who completes 15 years from the date of joining or from the age of 17, whichever comes later, is eligible

An officer can be considered eligible for the award of the LS&GCM if 12 or more of the 15 years of his or her service have been in the ranks and provided that the other requirements for the award of the medal have been met. An Officer shall be eligible for the award of the Clasp if 22 or more of the 30 years of his or her service has been in the ranks and provided that the other requirements have again been met.

Before 1 December 1977 18 years of service was required for consideration for the LS&GCM (Army).

Sku: 02-04-00051

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Custom Made Frames to your specification take approx 28 days. Medal mounting currently has a turnaround of approx 6 weeks.

If you have any questions around timing please contact our helpful staff before you place your order. Non-customised stock items are generally dispatched within a few days - if an item is out of stock or requires some production work prior to dispatch, you will receive an email notification to that effect. You will receive a shipping confirmation once your order has been dispatched.

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'Medal Mounting Options' refers to the ready to wear mounting service for all medals. By default, most medals are supplied on a loose piece of medal ribbon. If you would like your medal to be able to be pinned on to a garment for wearing, you will need to select the relevant option on each medal page. Our team of tailors work tirelessly to mount medals court or swing style to the exacting standards required by our British Armed Forces. 

  • On a loose ribbon - medals will be supplied on a 6 inch length of loose ribbon.
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  • Court Mounting - medals are sewn to a back board of corresponding ribbons with a pin brooch across top and held rigid so not to swing and hit against each other. This is the method of mounted adopted by todays armed forces. Please not that mounting charges are PER MEDAL.

PLEASE NOTE: If you are purchasing medals to be added to an existing group of medals that you are planning to send to us, you will need to head over to the medal mounting page and include the mounting charge for the TOTAL number of medals that are being mounted. So, if you are buying one medal to be added to a group of three medals that you already have mounted, you will need to pay for a total of 4 medals to be mounted. We cannot simply add medals to a group.

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Medal Engraving:

Medal engraving (often referred to as 'Medal Naming') is the process of engraving personal details on the edge, back or bar of a medal. For military medals details are typically formatted as follows:

For civilian medals, typically the first name and surname would be engraved in full. It is important to note the some medals engraved on the reverse - this applied mainly to commemorative medals. This is not an option that you choose - this is determined by the issuer or protocol.

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If your order includes one of our plaques or a frame/case with a plaque, please complete the details that you would like engraving in full. If there is any limit or restriction on the number of characters you can have, this will be stated in the description of the product. For plaque engraving, text across two lines is (in our opinion) the most visually appealing.

Other Product Engraving:

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