WW1 British Silver Wound Badge To C E Finch Lancashire Fusiliers

WW1 British Silver Wound Badge To C E Finch Lancashire Fusiliers

Code: 18738

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For sale is a WW1 British Silver Wound Badge To Lance Corporal C E Finch Lancashire Fusiliers.

 
Unfortunately this wound badge isn’t the best condition and is missing its pin. It’s engraved B187014. 
 
Badge issue B187014 was issued to Charles Edward Finch, who served with the 12th service battalion & 1st battalion Lancashire fusiliers under the army number 2374 and the Labour corps under the army number 393777. He was promoted to the rank of Lance Corporal by 1917. 
 
Charles enlisted into the British army on the 27th of July 1911. During World War One he served with the Mediterranean expeditionary force. 
 
He was first wounded in action on the 30th May 1915 whilst serving with the 1st Battalion Lancashire Fusiliers with the Mediterranean expeditionary force. 
 
He then later was not officially diagnosed with Pyrexia which was a fever on the 9th of July 1917. In which he spent some time in hospital for.
 
Charles was discharged on the 16th of April 1919. He was awarded a British war medal, victory medal, and 1914-15 star but unfortunately only the war badge is present. 
 
Accompanying this medal is 7 scans of their service records. Upon payment please let me know if you would prefer digital scans or printed copies. There is still plenty of research to be done on this medal! 
 
This will be sent via royal mail 1st class signed for and dispatched within two working days.