Metropolitan Police Medal Pair

£145.00

“A” Division (Whitehall) and “K” Division (Bow).

1 in stock

Description

Metropolitan Police Long Service and Coronation medal pair consisting 1887 Jubilee (Police) Medal with 1897 clasp and Coronation (Police) Medal 1902.

A letter to a previous owner, sent from Metropolitan Police Office, New Scotland Yard SW1H dated February 1981, confirms that William Edward Walker was born 30th November 1854 at St. Albans, Hertfordshire. He joined the Metropolitan Police 16th December 1872. and he was initially posted to A Division (Whitehall). He resigned with the rank of Sergeant of K Division (Bow) in on 20th December 1897. He rejoined the Force for a period of 14 days as Sergeant K Division, thus earning the Coronation 1902 medal..

medals, swing mounted on bar as worn, 1887 Jubilee (Police) Medal with 1897 clasp to P.C. W. WALKER  A. DIVN. & Coronation (Police) Medal 1902 to P.S. W. WALKER. K. DIV. 

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