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Can you identify this medal


jaypet01

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On the reverse around the outer edge is the inscription- for Long service and Good Conduct. I dont think the ribbon goes with the medal,but if that could be identified,that would be great.I have a few medals that have been handed down.One by one I will ask for them to be identified. Again my thanks in anticipation. Hoping I dont bore everyone.

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It looks like an Edward VII Navy Long Service and Good Conduct Medal to me but can not be sure without seeing the reverse. It has the proper ribbon. Regards. Dick.

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The Name of the Recipient,His Rank,Number,& Ship,or RMLI/RMA,etc,will be impressed in Large capitals around the Rim[ie between "Heads & Tails"]with any luck the other Medals you have inherited will all carry the same Name & you will have a Complete Group of one Mans service & will be able to research it in some depth,Please post the other Medals on here soon!!!{You wont bore us Medal enthusiasts ~promise!!} ;)

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The ribbon also looks like it is also for the Naval Long Service Good Conduct, but for the earlier 'wide suspender' variety.

Please do list what is written around the rim. Almost certainly the recipient served in WW1 and we can help you trace his medal roll and records of service, those details are easier to find than for the army.

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