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Vaccination Certificate from 1867

Vaccination against smallpox was compulsory in England and Wales from 1853 until 1948. Certificates, such as the one reproduced below, were issued as proof that a vaccination had taken place.

Vaccination Certificate - Front

Vaccination Certificate - Reverse

Scanned and supplied to GENUKI by Gilbert Hall