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Rare Sterling Silver Mad Minute Medallion Medal Birmingham 1918 Best Rapid Shot
Rare Sterling Silver Mad Minute Medallion Medal Birmingham 1918 Best Rapid Shot Rare Sterling Silver Mad Minute Medallion Medal Birmingham 1918 Best Rapid Shot Rare Sterling Silver Mad Minute Medallion Medal Birmingham 1918 Best Rapid Shot Rare Sterling Silver Mad Minute Medallion Medal Birmingham 1918 Best Rapid Shot Rare Sterling Silver Mad Minute Medallion Medal Birmingham 1918 Best Rapid Shot Rare Sterling Silver Mad Minute Medallion Medal Birmingham 1918 Best Rapid Shot Rare Sterling Silver Mad Minute Medallion Medal Birmingham 1918 Best Rapid Shot Rare Sterling Silver Mad Minute Medallion Medal Birmingham 1918 Best Rapid Shot Rare Sterling Silver Mad Minute Medallion Medal Birmingham 1918 Best Rapid Shot Rare Sterling Silver Mad Minute Medallion Medal Birmingham 1918 Best Rapid Shot Rare Sterling Silver Mad Minute Medallion Medal Birmingham 1918 Best Rapid Shot Rare Sterling Silver Mad Minute Medallion Medal Birmingham 1918 Best Rapid Shot

Rare Sterling Silver Mad Minute Medallion Medal Birmingham 1918 Best Rapid Shot

£145.00

A rare sterling silver medallion by Vaughton & Sons, hallmarked from Birmingham in 1918 and awarded in 1924 as a prize .

2nd R.U Rifles Mad Minute Medal, India 1924, Best Rapid Shot ‘B’ Company L/Cpl Millns.

There would have been a small suspension loop above the word ‘India’, this has broken off otherwise in good order.

Good weight and size, measures 40x38mm.

The “Mad Minute” was really a thing. It was an exercise used by the small, professional pre-war British Army which required men to lie down on their stomachs and fire 15 rounds at a target 300 yards away.

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Rare Sterling Silver Mad Minute Medallion Medal Birmingham 1918 Best Rapid Shot

A rare sterling silver medallion by Vaughton & Sons, hallmarked from Birmingham in 1918 and awarded in 1924 as a prize .

2nd R.U Rifles Mad Minute Medal, India 1924, Best Rapid Shot ‘B’ Company L/Cpl Millns.

There would have been a small suspension loop above the word ‘India’, this has broken off otherwise in good order.

Good weight and size, measures 40x38mm.

The “Mad Minute” was really a thing. It was an exercise used by the small, professional pre-war British Army which required men to lie down on their stomachs and fire 15 rounds at a target 300 yards away.

DATE 1918
MAKER or SPONSOR MARK Vaughton & Sons
ASSAY OFFICE Birmingham
WEIGHT (Grammes) 20
WEIGHT (Troy) 0.64
REF:- 658O

Additional information

Origin

English

Period

George V 1910-1936

Sponsor/Maker

Vaughton & Sons

REF CODE

658O