A genuine World War One Silver War Badge sometimes known as a Silver Wound Badge. It has the King's Cypher on it plus the words " For King and Empire - Services Rendered ". It has a Replacement Vertical Pin and is numbered B287803. Research shows that this badge was awarded to 25432 Private WILLIAM GEORGE CHIPPERFIELD of the 6th ( SERVICE ) Battalion THE NORTHAMPTONSHIRE REGIMENT Private Chipperfield, who was a Nursery Worker from CHESHUNT, enlisted on 4th December 1915 and was discharged due to GUNSHOT WOUND, Left Shoulder, GUNSHOT WOUND, Neck and NEURASTHENIA ( SHELL SHOCK ) on 20th August 1919. He was serving with the 6th Battalion when he was wounded on 21st March 1918. After returning to the UK he was transferred to the LABOUR CORPS on 17th October 1918 with a new service number , 668270. It was from the Labour Corps that he was discharged due to his wounds received whilst with the Northants Regt. Having served overseas, in addition to the Silver War Badge, Private Chipperfield was entitled to the British War & Victory Medals Badge comes with a copy page from the War Badge Roll plus copies of his Medal Index Card and Pages from his " Burnt " Records

WW1 Silver Wound Badge B287803 - Chipperfield - William G Chipperfield

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