A Second War Royal Red Cross Group to Sub-Lieutenant Cameron RCN
A Second War Royal Red Cross Group to Sub-Lieutenant Cameron RCN - Royal Red Cross 2nd Class, George VI; Defence Medal; Canadian Volunteer Service Medal with Overseas Clasp; and War Medal 1939-1945. RRC has separated from its bow-tied ribbon, in its hardshelled case of issue, marked "R.R.C." and "2nd CLASS" on the lid, maker marked "GARRARD & Co. Ltd." on the inside lid. Trio are court-mounted with swing bar pinback, as worn by the veteran, plated. Gilt wear on the RRC, light contact on all, case soiled on the inside lid and slightly warped, extremely fine. Accompanied by a Miniature Group of Four (Royal Red Cross 2nd Class, George VI (silver and red enamels, 20.3 mm); Defence Medal (silver, 18.5 mm); Canadian Volunteer Service Medal with Overseas Clasp (silver, 18.3 mm); and War Medal 1939-1945 (silver, 18.6 mm), on a suspension with swing bar pinback, original ribbons); a Primrose League Medal (two-piece construction, silver gilt, numbered "34410" and maker marked "T&JB" on the reverse, 32.3 mm x 42 mm, original ribbon, hanger with stick pin pinback); a Primrose League Badge (two-piece construction, silver gilt and enamels, numbered "4156" and maker marked "T&JB" on the reverse, 21.2 mm x 31.6 mm, buttonhole attachment); an Imperial Order Daughters of the Empire Pin (bronze gilt and enamels, maker marked "BIRKS ELLIS REG." on the reverse, 22.5 mm x 28.2 mm, horizontal pinback); an Imperial Order Daughters of the Empire Pin (bronze gilt and enamels, maker marked "BIRKS ELLIS REG." on the reverse, 22.2 mm x 28 mm, suspended from hanger inscribed "1939", with horizontal pinback); Cameron Clan Badge (two-piece construction, silver, 40.8 mm x 48 mm, horizontal pinback); and a Ronson Lighter with Box (lighter in polished metal, engraved initials "I R C" with a Royal Canadian Navy insignia affixed to the front, maker marked "DOMINION ART METAL WKS, LTD. TORONTO, CANADA" on the bottom, 42.5 mm x 50 mm x 13.2 mm, with its cloth satchel, in its box of issue). Extremely fine. Footnote: The Primose League was an organization for spreading Conservative principles, founded in 1883 in Great Britain. It aims were stated as: 1. to uphold and support God, Queen (King) and Country, and the Conservative cause, 2. to provide an effective voice to represent the interests of its members and to bring the experience of the Leaders to bear on the conduct of public affairs for the common good, 3. to encourage and help members to improve their professional competence as leaders, and 4. to fight for free enterprise.