Reproduction Decorations

Decorations
The award of decorations for distinguished military service is an ancient institution and can be traced back to the second century BC when King Alexander presented a gold button to Jonathan a High Priest for his leaderships skills in battle.
 
The present system of decorations is essentially a modern one dating back no farther than the middle of the seventeenth century. A few medals in gold and silver were awarded to officers during the English Civil War, although the first ‘official’ rewards in Britain were probably those issued to naval officers following their victories over the Dutch fleet in 1653.
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Victoria Cross - Miniature
Instituted: January 1856 Description: A cross pattee. (Obverse) a lion statant gardant on th..
£5.00
Victoria Cross - Naval - Miniature
Instituted: January 1856 Description: A cross pattee. (Obverse) a lion statant gardant on th..
£5.00
Victoria Cross and Bar - Miniature
Instituted: January 1856 Description: A cross pattee. (Obverse) a lion statant gardant on th..
£5.50
George Cross - Miniature
Instituted: 24 September 1940 Description: A plain bordered cross with a circular medallion ..
£5.00
Distinguished Service Cross - Miniature
Instituted: June 1901 Description: A plain cross with rounded ends. (Obverse) crowned royal ..
£5.00
Military Cross - Miniature
Instituted: 31 December 1914 Description: An ornamental cross with straight arms terminating..
£5.00
Distinguished Flying Cross - Miniature
Instituted: June 1918 Description: (Obverse) a cross flory terminating with a rose, surmount..
£5.00
Air Force Cross - Miniature
Instituted: June 1918 Description: (Obverse) the cross consists of a thunderbolt, the arms c..
£5.00
Distinguished Conduct Medal - Miniature
Instituted: 1854 Description: (Obverse) The effigy of the reigning sovereign, George V with ..
£5.00
Military Medal - Miniature
Instituted: 25th March 1916 Description: (Obverse) the effigy of George V, uncrowned (1916-3..
£5.00