medal court mounting oreder

#1
does the jubilee medal always go on the outside when you get them court mounted? also how many can you have in a line before you have to go onto a second row, i have six just now :?
 
#2
I think they are mounted in the order in which they were awarded? If you search there are plenty of other threads regarding this subject.
 
#3
smudge67 said:
I think they are mounted in the order in which they were awarded? .
They are not but I can't remamber what the order is except gallantry medals are always first.
 
#5
#6
so if you dont have an lsgc then it always goes on the outside, i wont get an lsgc so no need to worry about that lol :lol:
 

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#7
ORDER OF WEARING
2. The Victoria Cross and The George Cross:
VC, GC
3. British Orders - Notes 1 and 2:
KG, KT, GCB, OM, GCMG, GCVO, GBE, CH, KCB/DCB, KCMG/DCMG,
KCVO/DCVO, KBE/DBE, CB, CMG, CVO, CBE, DSO, LVO, OBE, MVO, MBE
4. British Decorations - Note 1:
CGC, RRC, DSC, MC, DFC, AFC, ARRC, Order of St John
5. British Medals for Gallantry and Distinguished Service - Note 1:
[DCM, CGM, CGM(F)] - Note 3, GM [DSM, MM, DFM, AFM] - Note 3, QGM, QVRM,
RVM [BEM] - Note 4
6. British Operational Service Medals, United Nations Medal and Medals of other
recognised international organisations (eg NATO):
In order of date of qualification
7. Coronation and Jubilee Medals:
In order of date of qualification
8. Long Service and Efficiency Awards:
Meritorious Service Medal
Accumulated Campaign Service Medal
Regular Forces LS & GC Medals (Army, RN, RAF, UDR/R IRISH (Home Service)...

You only have "rows" of ribbons on yout 2's jacket, starting from 5 medals upwards. The gongs themselves are mounted in line, overlapping if you have several.
 
#8
cossietaff said:
so if you dont have an lsgc then it always goes on the outside, i wont get an lsgc so no need to worry about that lol :lol:
the jubilee will go on your left (the right as you look at the medals) on the end
 

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