Royal Ulster Constabulary Service Medal (Coburn)
Royal Ulster Constabulary Service Medal (R/Const D. J. Coburn), in its original titled case and outer box addressed to Coburn in Belfast. Reribboned on the post-2001 “George Cross” ribbon.
With a mounted Defense Medal and forwarding slip to D.J. Coburn from the RUC Belfast Inspector General’s Office. Plus, a War Department pass to David John Coburn to allow him access to War Department proprty for his work as an electrician (1941-1942). Considering the time gap between the medals, this may represent a father and son pair.