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    Posted 3 years ago

    dgirardin
    (90 items)

    Couple world war one finds this weekend anybody know any info on these I know one's a German metal one's a British metal any help would be greatly appreciated

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    WWI German Iron Cross 2nd class medal with ribbon ring marked
    WWI German Iron Cross 2nd class med...
    $56
    PRISONER OF WAR, MEDAL & Ribbon Bar w/Original Box Military Issue 12/87 VTG MIL
    PRISONER OF WAR, MEDAL & Ribbon Bar...
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    Genuine Vintage Vietnam Service full size Award medal with ribbon bar SPECIAL
    Genuine Vintage Vietnam Service ful...
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    WW2 Original 80th Division Named Medal Grouping
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    WWI German Iron Cross 2nd class medal with ribbon ring marked
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    Comments

    1. flashlarue flashlarue, 3 years ago
      Spread wing eagle is Civil Air Patrol
    2. noob, 3 years ago
      The George VI is not WW I. His father was on the throne for that. The medal gives his title as King of all Great Britain and Emperor of India, so it would date from before Indian independence. Beside the medal is a Canadian pin (three maple leaves).
    3. dgirardin, 3 years ago
      What is civil air patrol and also other comment so does the medal make it world war 2
    4. noob, 3 years ago
      https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Civil_Air_Patrol

      https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/War_Medal_1939–1945
    5. noob, 3 years ago
      (Sorry, I think the second link is not working. When you click, it links to wikipedia ‘War_Medal_1939’. That should be ‘War_Medal_1939-1945’ )
    6. blunderbuss2 blunderbuss2, 3 years ago
      The swords on the German one means military. Without swords would be civilian merit award.

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