Sole British war medal from World war one to 1210E.A E GREENSLADE ERA RNR. Where ERA is Engine room Artificer / Auxiliary and RNR is the Royal Navy Reserve. Note that the reserve was, in effect, for the duration of hostilities alongside the regular navy.
An Edward VII Royal Navy Reserve (RNR) Long Service and Good Conduct medal to C556 G GREEN SEA 1 CL RNR – Seaman first class.
Obverse – EDWARDVS VII REX IMPERATOR and the Image of Edward 7th.
Reverse – DIUTURNE FEDELIS – literally Overtime faithful underneath a stylised image of the then technologically advanced royal navy ship HMS Dreadnaught
Note – Ribbon colours changed over time for this medal and varied according the service. EG – The RNR and RVNR had different ribbons after 1919.
WW1, British, war medal trio of 1914 15 star, british war medal and victory presented to A6850 A.MCLEOD SMN RNR which could mean a Deck hand and/or Seaman position in the Royal Navy Reserve.
One of my few forrays into the British medals and only due to the naming of the recipient.