Unfortunately, at this time we do not offer this service.
Court mounting is a style of mounting where the medals are sewn onto a backing board to prevent the medals from 'jingling' around and is a requirement of the British Army's dress code. This type of mounting dates back to the reign of Queen Victoria.
This style of mounting is only recommended for currently serving Royal Navy units including the Royal Marines. Court mounting is a safer and more secure method for wearing medals and is recommended for all British Army regiments. If you require your medals Swing Mounted please let us know.
Unfortunately at this time we cannot offer this service.
Order of wear listed from left to right of current and commonly awarded medals.
Includes DSO and gallantry medals
Campaign Medals (Inc. Stars) should be mounted in the order of your participation.
GSM (with bars)
Gulf Medal (1990-91)
Iraq (Op Telic)
NATO (IFOR, ISAF, KFOR, Non-Article 5)
Op Shader Medal
Sierra Leone Medal
South Atlantic Medal
UN (Op Trenton)
UN Bosnia (UNPROFOR)
Queens Silver Jubilee Medal (1977)
Queens Golden Jubilee Medal (2002)
Queens Diamond Jubilee Medal (2012)
Queens platinum Jubilee Medal (2022)
King Charles II Coronation Medal (2023)
Accumulated Campaign Service Medal
Accumulated Campaign Service Medal (2011)
Naval Long Service and Good Conduct Medal
Army Long Service and Good Conduct Medal
RAF Long Service and Good Conduct Medal
Police Long Service and Conduct Medal
Fire Brigade Long Service and Good Conduct
Volunteer Reserves Service Medal
Cadet Forces Medal
Ebola MedalThe full UK Guidelines can be found here
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