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  • An Imperial Service Medal to Arthur Charles Bennett
  • An Imperial Service Medal to Arthur Charles Bennett
  • An Imperial Service Medal to Arthur Charles Bennett
  • An Imperial Service Medal to Arthur Charles Bennett
  • An Imperial Service Medal to Arthur Charles Bennett
  • An Imperial Service Medal to Arthur Charles Bennett

Item: GB5668

An Imperial Service Medal to Arthur Charles Bennett

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An Imperial Service Medal to Arthur Charles Bennett

George V (ARTHUR CHARLES BENNETT.). Naming is officially impressed. Original ribbon with pinback hanger, edge nick, near extremely fine. In its hardshelled case of issue, recessed medal bed, scuffing and light wear on the exterior, case better than very fine.

Footnote: After limited competition for Mail Sorting Clerks and Telegraphists (Postal), Arthur Charles Bennett was one of twenty-nine from the Birmingham Group that was promoted, the announcement appearing in the London Gazette 32074 of Tuesday, October 5, 1920, page 9703.

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