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Conspicuous Gallantry Medal EIIR

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The Conspicuous Gallantry Medal GV.̴Ì_The first world war saw the greatest number of CGMs awarded (110) and the only bar ever awarded to the CGM was awarded to Arthur Robert Blore who had been awarded the CGM in Gallipoli and his bar in France.̴Ì_

Along with the Edward VII issue, there have only been two awards of the CGM during the reign of Queen Elizabeth II.

CPO Diver Philip Hammond RN for services during the Gulf War of 1990-91, and the posthumous award made to SSgt James Prescott of the Royal Engineers for the South Atlantic in 1982.

The award was discontinued in 1993 and replaced by the CGC.

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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. 

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Medal Engraving:

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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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