Long Service and Good Conduct (Army) Medal
A long service medal.
Eligibility and Criteria
This medal was for permanent forces of the Canadian Army with ranks as Warrant Officers, Non-commissioned Officers (NCOs) and non-commissioned members, who had 18 years of service. This medal was issued from 1902 until 1909.
A circular, silver medal, 1.42 inches in diameter.. For mounting, an ornate scroll suspender is attached to the medal with a single-toe claw.
The obverse shows King Edward VII in Field Marshal's uniform, facing left, and the legend: EDWARDVS VII REX IMPERATOR.
The inscription FOR / LONG SERVICE / AND / GOOD CONDUCT appears on the reverse in four lines with the word CANADA above.
The crimson ribbon is 1.25 inches wide, with a white edge stripe.
- There were 150 awarded to the Canadian permanent Army.
- The recipient's rank, name, and regiment are engraved around the rim.
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