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Reference Name LCNGR : 2009.14.1

Red cross badge from First World War, belonging to Catherine Stow. Gold coloured metal with red and white enamel, top bar has scroll which reads 'County of Lincolnshire' pendent hanging below is circular with red banner around edge which reads 'The British Red Cross Society.' In centre is white shield with red cross in centre. This was the County Branch badge, issued in 1911, discontinued in 1956.These badges were awarded to Officers and members of any Branchs of the British Red Cross. They were worn on the left side with either uniform or civilian dress.

Physical Dimensions:

  • whole length: 50mm

Material: metal & enamel

Condition: good

Quantity: 1

Completeness: complete

Period: 20th Century


The Red Cross


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