Contents included in the September 2021 edition are as follows:
This roll has been updated with new information and is now available in the Research Library.
The Imperial Service Medal (ISM) was introduced in 1903 and during King Edward VII’s reign a total of 4,820 ISMs were awarded.
Out of these only 166 ISMs were awarded to women and of these 164 were to nationals of the home nations; Great Britain and Ireland with two dominion/colonial...Read more…
The 2021 Virtual Convention ended on Saturday 25th September with the announcement of the winners of the Members' Choice Awards for the exhibition: In a very tight competition where the lead changed hands several times the eventual, and well-deserved, winners were:
Members' Choice Award - Best Exhibit - Anthony Martin - Following in the Footsteps of Lions: The Battle of...Read more…
The Trans-Jordan Frontier Force Long Service and Good Conduct Medal roll by Owain Raw-Rees has now been uploaded to the research library and is available to view and download.
The 2021 OMRS Virtual Convention is now live. Members must be logged in to view the exhibition and register for the presentations: https://www.omrs.org/members/omrs-virtual-convention-2021
Go there now and see whats new for this year.
Our Society exists to promote a general interest in the study of orders, decorations and medals and to actively encourage and publish research into all aspects of civil and military medals, with a particular focus on those issued by Great Britain and the Commonwealth countries.
Members’ interests range from awards for gallantry in battle, or bravery in saving life, through forgotten wars and far-flung campaigns, to long and meritorious public service away from the limelight. Research interests stretch from pure numismatics, through the military or social history surrounding the circumstances of awards, to the genealogy of the medal recipient.