Upcoming Events

21 October, 2019 - 20:00
28 October, 2019 - 18:00
29 October, 2019 - 19:30

OMRS Australia are holding their annual conference this year in Canberra on the 25th - 27th October. There will be great speakers over the weekend, a tour of the National Library and on Saturday a dinner followed by an after dinner talk. If this is of interest to you then please read more by clicking the link below...

Dr Robin Thomas has been elected as the new President of the Orders & Medals Research Society in the biggest poll in the history of the OMRS which saw more than 300 members cast their votes. Graham Grist was elected as General Secretary when the results of both contests were announced at the Society’s Annual General Meeting at The National...

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Well known researcher, longstanding OMRS Member and holder of the Society’s Commendation Medal, Stephen Lewis has published his book “The Three Burma Awards” which is the story of the creation, design, manufacture and awards of the Order of Burma, Burma Gallantry Medal and Burma Police Medal.

The UK Volunteer Long Service Medal Roll is now available in the on-line research library.

This book contains a detailed account of a medal and its clasps awarded mainly to Egyptian and Sudanese soldiers but also to many British soldiers, airmen and civilians.

This limited edition book is priced at £15.00 to members and £20.00 to non-members, click below for further information:

Cover image of 'FOR FAITHFUL SERVICE’ A History of the Special Constabulary Long Service Medal by T.P. Brewster

The Society is delighted to announce the publication of Paul Brewster's new book 'For Faithful Service' - A History of the Special Constabulary Long Service Medal.  ## NOW BACK IN STOCK##

Our Society exists to promote a general interest in the study of orders, decorations and medals and to actively encourage and publish research into all aspects of civil and military medals, with a particular focus on those issued by Great Britain and the Commonwealth countries.

Members’ interests range from awards for gallantry in battle, or bravery in saving life, through forgotten wars and far-flung campaigns, to long and meritorious public service away from the limelight. Research interests stretch from pure numismatics, through the military or social history surrounding the circumstances of awards, to the genealogy of the medal recipient.