|Object Name||Medal, Commemorative|
Colonial Auxiliary Forces Long Service Medal awarded to Colonel Sergeant J. Beckingham in 1911 for 20 years service.
Obverse: The head of King Edward VII facing left. The words "EDWARDVS VII REX IMPERATOR" surround the King's profile.
Reverse: In the center of the medal, it reads "FOR LONG SERVICE IN THE COLONIAL AUXILIARY FORCES". These words are surrounded by a wreath with a crown (Tudor Crown) at the apex.
The edge of the medal reads "NO179 COL-SERG.J.BECKINGHAM, TIMARU PORT GUARDS RIFLES (1911)"
There is a bar that would have been used to attach a ribbon. There is no ribbon.
|Catalogue Number||X 630.2|
|Dimensions||D-0.35 Dia-3.6 cm|
Port Guard Rifle Volunteers, Timaru