HGC-02 # 54 Image from the Collection of John Sagi
HGC-02 # 54a 22mm Birmingham HM 1923 'Bs'
HGC-03 # 184 Image from the collection of John Sagi
HGC-03 # 184a No backmarks (could be from the USA)
HGC-04 # 187 Image from the collection of John Sagi
HGC-04 # 187a 19mm 'EXTRA RICH QUALITY'
HGC-05 # 614 Image from the collection of Dixon Pickup
HGC-05 # 614a 20.5mm silver with a raised rim 'SILVER STG M & K'
Button # 615 Image from the collection of Dixon Pickup
Back of Button # 615a 20.5mm silver with a raised rim 'SILVER STG M & K'
HGC-06 # 615b Image submitted by Michael Croft
Back of Button/Pin/Medal # 615b Through research we have found that some awards either gave the winner a choice of how to show there
prize or the winner made the changes. With this example, I believe that it was originally a button. When
checking the center, you will see marks above and below where the center of the post or loop originally was.
I have a few buttons with the exact same images. The individual who won this award (most likely a female) decided
to use it as a pinned award and also added a loop to wear on a chain.
HGC-07 # 715 Image submitted by Michael Croft
HGC-07 # 715a 22mm Birmingham HM 1923 'Bs'
HGC-08 # 617 Image submitted from the collection of Dixon Pickup