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    Posted 8 years ago

    Phatbuddha
    (221 items)

    Part 2
    World War one and two medals postcards badges Letters

    I've Collected these Items over the last few years at the dump. There are some really nice Pieces here but I know Very little about them.

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    WW1 Canadian 27th CEF 4th Battalion Machine Gun Corps patch Medal pair cap badge
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    WW1 Canadian 27th CEF 4th Battalion Machine Gun Corps patch Medal pair cap badge
    WW1 Canadian 27th CEF 4th Battalion...
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    1. Phatbuddha Phatbuddha, 8 years ago
      Thanks, I was thinking that bout that coin too. I've got a Interesting coin collection as well I will put on here later. Thanks again
    2. Chrisnp Chrisnp, 8 years ago
      Photo 1: The Brass Coldstream Guards item is a barracks bed name plate. Of course the miniature medals date to the current queen’s reign.
      Photo 2: Top row center: US American Campaign Medal, awarded to military personnel that served in the US, parts of Alaska, a small part of the Pacific and most of the Atlantic during WWII.
      Second row left: Appears to be the British Queen’s South Africa Campaign medal. It is made of silver, so it has value even in poor condition. I’ve described these at http://www.collectorsweekly.com/stories/50515-queens-and-kings-south-africa-medals
      Bottom row center is the British victory medal. Both these medals usually have the recipient’s name impressed around the outer edge. These were awarded for participation in WWI.
    3. Chrisnp Chrisnp, 8 years ago
      Yikes, cancel the part about the Queen's South Africa Medal - I just saw the back in photo three and that's not it.

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