Anne Boleyn. Lucy Churchill's reconstruction of the 'Moost Happi anno 1534' medal. The original lead prototype medal is in the British Museum, and is the only undisputed lifetime portrait of Anne Boleyn still in existence. Read: http://lucychurchill.wordpress.com/2012/05/14/the-moost-happi-portrait-of-anne-boleyn-a-rec/
British World War I: 1914 Mons Star. The majority of recipients were officers and men of the pre-war British army, specifically the British Expeditionary Force (the Old Contemptibles), who landed in France soon after the outbreak of the War and who took part in the Retreat from Mons (hence the nickname 'Mons Star'). 365,622 were awarded in total.
Colour Sergeant William McGregor, 1st Battalion Scots Fusilier Guards, July 1856. He was wounded during the Battle at the River Alma on 20th September 1854 and wears both the British Crimea and the Order of the Medjidie Turkish medals.