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Treasury and Successors: Ceremonial Branch: Medals Files (M Series)

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Treasury and Successors: Ceremonial Branch: Medals Files (M Series)

Files on the drafting of the warrants of, determining the conditions of eligibility for, and general administration of, the Medals orders, including colonial orders.


Former file reference order

Held by:
The National Archives, Kew
Former references:
in its original department:   M Series
Legal status:
Public Record
Cabinet Office, Ceremonial Branch, 1982-2001
Civil Service Department, Ceremonial Branch, 1968-1981
Management and Personnel Office, Ceremonial Branch, 1981-1982
Treasury, Ceremonial Branch, 1937-1968
Physical description:
266 file(s)
Access conditions:
Subject to 30 year closure unless otherwise stated
Immediate source of acquisition:
Cabinet Office , from 1999
Custodial history:
Transferred from Treasury to Cabinet Office.
Accumulation Dates:
1909 to 1994
Selection and destruction information:
Routine second review
Series is accruing

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