BADGE, Kimberley Aboriginal Medical Services Council, 'GRADUATE HEALTH WORKER'

H2015.456

Black enamel badge with silver finish text and red and yellow details. Centre oval shape, with top semi circle of black enamel and bottom semi circle of red enamel. Overlain by yellow enamel land map of Northern Western Australia. Encircled by black enamel border with text reading 'KIMBERLEY ABORIGINAL MEDICAL SERVICE'S COUNCIL'. Second semi-circle black border on top half with text reading 'GRADUATE HEALTH WORKER'. Two black enamel snakes intertwined around a rod at bottom to form Rod of Asclepius motif, snake heads overlie map and rod extends downwards to tip of badge. Reverse: textured silver finish, text 'SHERIDAN/ PERTH' running sideways above and below safety pin fixing with pin and catch attached.

Department: 

History Department

Collection

Sheridan's Collection

History Collection

Collection Item Data

Accession Number: H2015.456
Accession Date: 28 Oct 2015
Acquisition Year: 2015
Credit: Donated by Sheridan's For Badges

Material

Enamel/Metal0 - Whole
Metal0 - Whole

Measurement

height44mm
width38mm
depth0.9cm

 


 

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