Upcoming Events

25 September, 2018 - 19:30
6 October, 2018 - 10:30
6 October, 2018 - 14:30


The area reserved for OMRS exhibitors at the Nottingham Conference Centre. Photograph: Richard Emsley

Booking is now open for the OMRS Annual Convention that will be held on 14th-16th September 2018 at the Nottingham Conference Centre (NCC). Click HERE to book.

Every month branches across the UK and around the world host presentations and stage trips to support OMRS members' medallic research. Keep up to date with your local branch activities.OMRS local branches programmes for 2018 can be found in the Local Branch pages and in the Events Calendar. To visit your local branch contact the named contact on the branch pages.

Kent Branch have updated their programme of meetings through to the end of 2019.

All Journals from 1973 to 2013 are now available via the research library.

The popular Society book 'The Royal Observer Corps Medal' is available again due to member demand.

The Society's Annual General Meeting will take place on Saturday, 6th October 2018, at 2.30pm in Conference Room B at The National Archives, Kew.

‘By Order Of Her Majesty’ The Crimea Medal - Cover Image

The Society's hardback stock of ‘By Order Of Her Majesty’ The Crimea Medal by Tony Martin et.al. has sold out. To order a paperback copy using Lulu.com's print-on-demand service click here.

The September edition of the OMRS Journal will be available soon. Members must ensure their email and/or postal address details are up to date in order to receive it.

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.