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Captain RFA WW1 pair war medals Death Plaque Gallipoli & Wounded France 1918

Captain RFA WW1 pair war medals Death Plaque Gallipoli & Wounded France 1918

Captain RFA WW1 pair war medals Death Plaque Gallipoli & Wounded France 1918

Captain RFA WW1 pair war medals Death Plaque Gallipoli & Wounded France 1918

Captain RFA WW1 pair war medals Death Plaque Gallipoli & Wounded France 1918

Captain RFA WW1 pair war medals Death Plaque Gallipoli & Wounded France 1918

Captain RFA WW1 pair war medals Death Plaque Gallipoli & Wounded France 1918

Captain RFA WW1 pair war medals Death Plaque Gallipoli & Wounded France 1918

Medals in excellent condition, some polishing to high spots of plaque, WW1 pair of medals & Death plaque, Bronze memorial, Captain Gerald Wyatt Greenwood RFA including medal index card (MIC entitled to pair only) and some research, see pictures for condition. Captain RFA WW1 pair war medals Death Plaque Gallipoli & Wounded France 1918. WW1 Great War British Bronze Death Plaque & trio of medals Captain Royal Field Artillery died 100 days offensive just before fall of Cambrai November 1918. Battle of Cambrai, Tank approaching German Trenches 1918. Battle of Cambrai, 1918. (also known as the Second Battle of Cambrai) was a battle between troops of the British 1st. Hundred Days Offensive of the first World War. The battle took place in and around the French city of Cambrai. Between 8 and 10 October 1918. The battle incorporated many of the newer tactics of 1918, in particular tanks. The attack was an overwhelming success with light casualties in an extremely short amount of time. Tailor your auctions with Auctiva’s. Track Page Views With. Auctiva’s FREE Counter. The item “Captain RFA WW1 pair war medals Death Plaque Gallipoli & Wounded France 1918″ is in sale since Thursday, April 18, 2019. This item is in the category “Collectables\Militaria\World War I (1914-1918)\Other World War I Militaria”. The seller is “theonlineauctionsale” and is located in England. This item can be shipped worldwide.
  • Country/Region of Manufacture: United Kingdom
  • Country/ Organization: Great Britain
  • Issued/ Not-Issued: Issued
  • Type: Death Penny
  • Conflict: World War I (1914-1918)
  • Service: Army
  • Era: 1914-1945

Ww1 Royal Flying Corps Medals, Pilot Eric Perry, 20 Squadron, 2 Kills, Wounded 1917

Ww1 Royal Flying Corps Medals, Pilot Eric Perry, 20 Squadron, 2 Kills, Wounded 1917

Ww1 Royal Flying Corps Medals, Pilot Eric Perry, 20 Squadron, 2 Kills, Wounded 1917

Ww1 Royal Flying Corps Medals, Pilot Eric Perry, 20 Squadron, 2 Kills, Wounded 1917

Ww1 Royal Flying Corps Medals, Pilot Eric Perry, 20 Squadron, 2 Kills, Wounded 1917

Ww1 Royal Flying Corps Medals, Pilot Eric Perry, 20 Squadron, 2 Kills, Wounded 1917

Ww1 Royal Flying Corps Medals, Pilot Eric Perry, 20 Squadron, 2 Kills, Wounded 1917

Ww1 Royal Flying Corps Medals, Pilot Eric Perry, 20 Squadron, 2 Kills, Wounded 1917

Ww1 Royal Flying Corps Medals, Pilot Eric Perry, 20 Squadron, 2 Kills, Wounded 1917

Ww1 Royal Flying Corps Medals, Pilot Eric Perry, 20 Squadron, 2 Kills, Wounded 1917

Ww1 Royal Flying Corps Medals, Pilot Eric Perry, 20 Squadron, 2 Kills, Wounded 1917

Ww1 Royal Flying Corps Medals, Pilot Eric Perry, 20 Squadron, 2 Kills, Wounded 1917

Ww1 Royal Flying Corps Medals, Pilot Eric Perry, 20 Squadron, 2 Kills, Wounded 1917

WW1 ROYAL FLYING CORPS MEDAL PAIR AWARDED TO FIGHTER PILOT ERIC OSWALD PERRY, 20 SQUADRON. ORIGINAL AND FULL SIZE. WAR MEDAL AND VICTORY MEDAL CORRECTLY NAMED TO LIEUT. LOCKET CONTAINING TWO PHOTOGRAPHS OF PERRY. BOOK, PUSHER ACES OF WORLD WAR I. LIEUTENANT PERRY IS MENTIONED ON A FEW OCCASIONS. COPY OF RFC SERVICE HISTORY AND MEDICAL BOARD PROCEEDINGS (LARGE AMOUNT OF RESEARCH). ERIC OSWALD PERRY BORN NOTTINGHAM 12th JANUARY 1898. JOINED THE 3/7Bn SHERWOOD FORESTERS, NOTTS AND DERBY REGIMENT, BEFORE JOINING THE ROYAL FLYING CORPS AS A PILOT 7th NOVEMBER 1915 (ONLY SEVENTEEN YEARS OLD). LONDON GAZETTE (8/6/1917) 8th FEBRUARY 1917 NEW FLYING OFFICER 2nd LIEUTENANT E O PERRY OF NOTTS AND DERBY REGIMENT. LONDON GAZETTE 7th JANUARY 1918, PROMOTED TO LIEUTENANT. LIEUTENANT PERRY SERVED IN THE ROYAL FLYING CORPS FOR 3 YEARS 6 MONTHS. COPY OF MEDAL INDEX CARD SHOWING ENTITLEMENT TO WAR MEDAL, VICTORY MEDAL AND SILVER WAR BADGE. INFORMATION FROM 20 SQUADRON RECORD BOOK, NATIONAL ARCHIVES, KEW. FEBRUARY 24th 1917, LIEUT PERRY FIRST APPEARS ON FLYING ROSTER. OFFENSIVE PATROLS 1st, 17th, 24th March, BOMB RAIDS, 24th MARCH AND 3rd APRIL. WEATHER WAS VERY POOR DURING MARCH AND APRIL. 6th APRIL, PERRY FLYING WITH PTE ALLUM IN A6370 (WITH OTHER FE2D`s) TO BOMB GERMAN AMMUNITION AND SUPPLY DUMP AT LEDEGHEM. AS THEY WERE GETTING INTO LINE FOR A BOMBING RUN A HALBERSTADT SCOUT SUDDENLY APPEARED ABOVE AND IN FRONT OF THEM. PARRY AND ALLUM OPENED FIRE AS THE HALBERSTADT DIVED ACROSS THIER FRONT AND TRIED TO GET ROUND ONTO THEIR TAIL. PERRY OUTMANOEUVRED THE HALBERSTADT AND KEPT CLOSE BEHIND STILL FIRING. AS THE HALBERSTADT TRIED TO DIVE AWAY IT WENT STRAIGHT INTO THE GROUND STILL DIVING. THIS WAS OFFICIALLY ACCEPTED AS HIS FIRST OF HIS TWO AIR COMBAT VICTORIES. IT IS BELIEVED THE GERMAN PILOT SURVIVED. AT 06.14 SEVEN F. E, `S SET OUT TO ESCORT SEVEN OF 45 SQUADRON`S SOPWITH 11/2 STRUTTERS ON A PHOTO-RECONNAISSANCE MISSION NORTH OF YPRES. ON THE RETURN LEG THE TWO FORMATIONS WERE INTERCEPTED BY A LARGE NUMBER OF ALBATROS SCOUTS. PERRY AND SAYERS WERE FLYING IN A6403. AS THE SOPWITHS MADE THEIR ESCAPE WITH VITAL PHOTOGRAPHS THE F. `S TURNED AND ATTACKED THE GERMANS. PERRY IS CREDITED WITH AN ALBATROS GOING DOWN IN FLAMES. THIS WAS PROBABLY JASTA 18`S LIEUTENANT FRITZ KLEINDIENST. PERRY HAD TO MADE A FORCED LANDING NEAR YPRES DUE TO BULLET DAMAGE TO ENGINE. 20 SQUADRON CARRIED OUT TWO SUCCESSFUL RECONNAISSANCE MISSIONS. DURING ONE OF THESE MISSIONS PERRY AND ALLUM WERE SHOT DOWN CRASHING NEAR SANCTUARY WOOD. BOTH WERE INJURED, PERRY WAS SHOT IN THE THIGH BY A MACHINE GUN BULLET WHICH ALSO DAMAGED HIS KNEE, HE NEVER FLEW AGAIN. THE INJURY TO HIS LEG RESULTED IN HIS DAMAGED LEG BEING 2 1/2 SHORTER THAN HIS GOOD LEG. A SPECIAL BOOT WAS MADE FOR HIS DAMAGED LEG. SADLY IN 1937 PERRY FELL DOWN THE STAIRS OF A BUS AND DIED OF HIS INJURIES. THE MEDALS ARE IN VERY GOOD CONDITION WITH NO DAMAGE. The item “WW1 ROYAL FLYING CORPS MEDALS, PILOT ERIC PERRY, 20 SQUADRON, 2 KILLS, WOUNDED 1917″ is in sale since Thursday, April 18, 2019. This item is in the category “Collectables\Militaria\World War I (1914-1918)\Medals/ Ribbons”. The seller is “celtic_1966″ and is located in Gloucester. This item can be shipped worldwide.
  • Modified Item: No
  • Country/Region of Manufacture: United Kingdom
  • Country/ Organization: Great Britain
  • Issued/ Not-Issued: Issued
  • Type: Medals & Ribbons
  • Conflict: World War I (1914-1918)
  • Service: Air Force
  • Era: 1914-1945

Ww1 Royal Flying Corps Medals, Pilot Eric Perry, 20 Squadron, 2 Kills, Wounded 1917

Ww1 Royal Flying Corps Medals, Pilot Eric Perry, 20 Squadron, 2 Kills, Wounded 1917

Ww1 Royal Flying Corps Medals, Pilot Eric Perry, 20 Squadron, 2 Kills, Wounded 1917

Ww1 Royal Flying Corps Medals, Pilot Eric Perry, 20 Squadron, 2 Kills, Wounded 1917

Ww1 Royal Flying Corps Medals, Pilot Eric Perry, 20 Squadron, 2 Kills, Wounded 1917

Ww1 Royal Flying Corps Medals, Pilot Eric Perry, 20 Squadron, 2 Kills, Wounded 1917

Ww1 Royal Flying Corps Medals, Pilot Eric Perry, 20 Squadron, 2 Kills, Wounded 1917

Ww1 Royal Flying Corps Medals, Pilot Eric Perry, 20 Squadron, 2 Kills, Wounded 1917

Ww1 Royal Flying Corps Medals, Pilot Eric Perry, 20 Squadron, 2 Kills, Wounded 1917

Ww1 Royal Flying Corps Medals, Pilot Eric Perry, 20 Squadron, 2 Kills, Wounded 1917

Ww1 Royal Flying Corps Medals, Pilot Eric Perry, 20 Squadron, 2 Kills, Wounded 1917

Ww1 Royal Flying Corps Medals, Pilot Eric Perry, 20 Squadron, 2 Kills, Wounded 1917

Ww1 Royal Flying Corps Medals, Pilot Eric Perry, 20 Squadron, 2 Kills, Wounded 1917

WW1 ROYAL FLYING CORPS MEDAL PAIR AWARDED TO FIGHTER PILOT ERIC OSWALD PERRY, 20 SQUADRON. ORIGINAL AND FULL SIZE. WAR MEDAL AND VICTORY MEDAL CORRECTLY NAMED TO LIEUT. LOCKET CONTAINING TWO PHOTOGRAPHS OF PERRY. BOOK, PUSHER ACES OF WORLD WAR I. LIEUTENANT PERRY IS MENTIONED ON A FEW OCCASIONS. COPY OF RFC SERVICE HISTORY AND MEDICAL BOARD PROCEEDINGS (LARGE AMOUNT OF RESEARCH). ERIC OSWALD PERRY BORN NOTTINGHAM 12th JANUARY 1898. JOINED THE 3/7Bn SHERWOOD FORESTERS, NOTTS AND DERBY REGIMENT, BEFORE JOINING THE ROYAL FLYING CORPS AS A PILOT 7th NOVEMBER 1915 (ONLY SEVENTEEN YEARS OLD). LONDON GAZETTE (8/6/1917) 8th FEBRUARY 1917 NEW FLYING OFFICER 2nd LIEUTENANT E O PERRY OF NOTTS AND DERBY REGIMENT. LONDON GAZETTE 7th JANUARY 1918, PROMOTED TO LIEUTENANT. LIEUTENANT PERRY SERVED IN THE ROYAL FLYING CORPS FOR 3 YEARS 6 MONTHS. COPY OF MEDAL INDEX CARD SHOWING ENTITLEMENT TO WAR MEDAL, VICTORY MEDAL AND SILVER WAR BADGE. INFORMATION FROM 20 SQUADRON RECORD BOOK, NATIONAL ARCHIVES, KEW. FEBRUARY 24th 1917, LIEUT PERRY FIRST APPEARS ON FLYING ROSTER. OFFENSIVE PATROLS 1st, 17th, 24th March, BOMB RAIDS, 24th MARCH AND 3rd APRIL. WEATHER WAS VERY POOR DURING MARCH AND APRIL. 6th APRIL, PERRY FLYING WITH PTE ALLUM IN A6370 (WITH OTHER FE2D`s) TO BOMB GERMAN AMMUNITION AND SUPPLY DUMP AT LEDEGHEM. AS THEY WERE GETTING INTO LINE FOR A BOMBING RUN A HALBERSTADT SCOUT SUDDENLY APPEARED ABOVE AND IN FRONT OF THEM. PARRY AND ALLUM OPENED FIRE AS THE HALBERSTADT DIVED ACROSS THIER FRONT AND TRIED TO GET ROUND ONTO THEIR TAIL. PERRY OUTMANOEUVRED THE HALBERSTADT AND KEPT CLOSE BEHIND STILL FIRING. AS THE HALBERSTADT TRIED TO DIVE AWAY IT WENT STRAIGHT INTO THE GROUND STILL DIVING. THIS WAS OFFICIALLY ACCEPTED AS HIS FIRST OF HIS TWO AIR COMBAT VICTORIES. IT IS BELIEVED THE GERMAN PILOT SURVIVED. AT 06.14 SEVEN F. E, `S SET OUT TO ESCORT SEVEN OF 45 SQUADRON`S SOPWITH 11/2 STRUTTERS ON A PHOTO-RECONNAISSANCE MISSION NORTH OF YPRES. ON THE RETURN LEG THE TWO FORMATIONS WERE INTERCEPTED BY A LARGE NUMBER OF ALBATROS SCOUTS. PERRY AND SAYERS WERE FLYING IN A6403. AS THE SOPWITHS MADE THEIR ESCAPE WITH VITAL PHOTOGRAPHS THE F. `S TURNED AND ATTACKED THE GERMANS. PERRY IS CREDITED WITH AN ALBATROS GOING DOWN IN FLAMES. THIS WAS PROBABLY JASTA 18`S LIEUTENANT FRITZ KLEINDIENST. PERRY HAD TO MADE A FORCED LANDING NEAR YPRES DUE TO BULLET DAMAGE TO ENGINE. 20 SQUADRON CARRIED OUT TWO SUCCESSFUL RECONNAISSANCE MISSIONS. DURING ONE OF THESE MISSIONS PERRY AND ALLUM WERE SHOT DOWN CRASHING NEAR SANCTUARY WOOD. BOTH WERE INJURED, PERRY WAS SHOT IN THE THIGH BY A MACHINE GUN BULLET WHICH ALSO DAMAGED HIS KNEE, HE NEVER FLEW AGAIN. THE INJURY TO HIS LEG RESULTED IN HIS DAMAGED LEG BEING 2 1/2 SHORTER THAN HIS GOOD LEG. A SPECIAL BOOT WAS MADE FOR HIS DAMAGED LEG. SADLY IN 1937 PERRY FELL DOWN THE STAIRS OF A BUS AND DIED OF HIS INJURIES. THE MEDALS ARE IN VERY GOOD CONDITION WITH NO DAMAGE. The item “WW1 ROYAL FLYING CORPS MEDALS, PILOT ERIC PERRY, 20 SQUADRON, 2 KILLS, WOUNDED 1917″ is in sale since Monday, March 18, 2019. This item is in the category “Collectables\Militaria\World War I (1914-1918)\Medals/ Ribbons”. The seller is “celtic_1966″ and is located in Gloucester. This item can be shipped worldwide.
  • Modified Item: No
  • Country/Region of Manufacture: United Kingdom
  • Country/ Organization: Great Britain
  • Issued/ Not-Issued: Issued
  • Type: Medals & Ribbons
  • Conflict: World War I (1914-1918)
  • Service: Air Force
  • Era: 1914-1945

WW1 Mint boxed medal trio 8th Gordon Highlanders Wounded Battle of Loos

WW1 Mint boxed medal trio 8th Gordon Highlanders Wounded Battle of Loos

WW1 Mint boxed medal trio 8th Gordon Highlanders Wounded Battle of Loos

WW1 Mint boxed medal trio 8th Gordon Highlanders Wounded Battle of Loos

WW1 Mint boxed medal trio 8th Gordon Highlanders Wounded Battle of Loos

WW1 Mint boxed medal trio 8th Gordon Highlanders Wounded Battle of Loos

WW1 Mint boxed medal trio 8th Gordon Highlanders Wounded Battle of Loos

WW1 Mint boxed medal trio 8th Gordon Highlanders Wounded Battle of Loos

WW1 Mint boxed medal trio 8th Gordon Highlanders Wounded Battle of Loos

A good example of an original WW1 mint medal trio, in packets and boxes of issue, with two letters and photographs. John Forsyth 8th Gordon Highlanders, a soldier in the new army that would of been fighting at the Battle of Loos (25th September 1915). Forsyth was wounded during thr battle of Loos and continued serving in the 8th Gordon Highlanders, subsequently joining the 10th battalion, making the 8/10th battalion. John Forsyth landed with the 8th battalion on the 10th May 1915 at Boulogne, before heading into battle, at Loos. Group comes with an interesting photograph of the Gordon Highlanders. It appears to be a stretcher bearer unit. John Forsyth could have possibly been a stretcher bearer throughout the War in France and Flanders. Medals coorectly impressed -”S-1826 PTE J. Letters give Forsyth’s address of 16 Glebe Park, Kircaldy (Scotland). Any questions please feel free to ask. The item “WW1 Mint boxed medal trio 8th Gordon Highlanders Wounded Battle of Loos” is in sale since Friday, March 8, 2019. This item is in the category “Collectables\Militaria\World War I (1914-1918)\Medals/ Ribbons”. The seller is “kennefergu” and is located in Jedburgh, Borders. This item can be shipped worldwide.
  • Issued/ Not-Issued: Issued
  • Conflict: World War I (1914-1918)
  • Era: 1914-1945
  • Service: Army
  • Type: Medals & Ribbons
  • Country/Region of Manufacture: United Kingdom
  • Modified Item: No

Wounded Military Dog Awarded Highest War Medal In Us

USMC WW1 Named Good Conduct Medal Wounded In Belleau Wood 96th Company 2/6 Rare

USMC WW1 Named Good Conduct Medal Wounded In Belleau Wood 96th Company 2/6 Rare

USMC WW1 Named Good Conduct Medal Wounded In Belleau Wood 96th Company 2/6 Rare

USMC WW1 Named Good Conduct Medal Wounded In Belleau Wood 96th Company 2/6 Rare

USMC WW1 Named Good Conduct Medal Wounded In Belleau Wood 96th Company 2/6 Rare

USMC WW1 Named Good Conduct Medal Wounded In Belleau Wood 96th Company 2/6 Rare

USMC WW1 Named Good Conduct Medal Wounded In Belleau Wood 96th Company 2/6 Rare

USMC WW1 Named Good Conduct Medal Wounded In Belleau Wood 96th Company 2/6 Rare

USMC WW1 Named Good Conduct Medal Wounded In Belleau Wood 96th Company 2/6 Rare

The name on the medal is George Fleischer who was with the 96th Company. Also include d is his marksmanship badge, 2nd enlistment bar, and his mini fourr a gere. Rare Original Belleau Wood wounded named medals are not easy to find. Perfect for any ww1 USMC collection. Please look at the pictures and ask questions. The item “USMC WW1 Named Good Conduct Medal Wounded In Belleau Wood 96th Company 2/6 Rare” is in sale since Thursday, September 6, 2018. This item is in the category “Collectibles\Militaria\WW I (1914-18)\Original Period Items\United States\Medals, Pins & Ribbons”. The seller is “1hardcorps6″ and is located in Stuttgart. This item can be shipped to United States.

WWI WW1 AEF Victory Medal + Wounded in Action NAMED #ed 131st Inf 33rd Division

WWI WW1 AEF Victory Medal + Wounded in Action NAMED #ed 131st Inf 33rd Division

WWI WW1 AEF Victory Medal + Wounded in Action NAMED #ed 131st Inf 33rd Division

WWI WW1 AEF Victory Medal + Wounded in Action NAMED #ed 131st Inf 33rd Division

WWI WW1 AEF Victory Medal + Wounded in Action NAMED #ed 131st Inf 33rd Division

WWI WW1 AEF Victory Medal + Wounded in Action NAMED #ed 131st Inf 33rd Division

Pair of boxed medals given to Clare Brighthaupt of Sugarloaf PA. Named award shown is serial numbered on edge 60395, includes original box with partial label on end, showing at least the “6″ part of the medal number. Ribbon bar pinned into box, box is fairly clean, hinge is good, a few scuffs is about the extent of what the box has for eriod wear. Comes with his victory medal with Meuse Argonne and Defensive Sector bars, all as clean as the first medal, there is a ribbon for the first medal, no ribbon for the victory. This PA man was a replacement to the Machine Gun section of the 329th Infantry, 83rd Division and then finally to the 131st Infantry Regiment, 33rd Division, in which he was injured. The form shown, with info on this man, is off the net and I do not have a hard copy of it, sorry, but you could print this photo for yourself. ALL ITEMS ARE ORIGINAL AND PERIOD. See image and title for any info, and ask any questions you may have! The item “WWI WW1 AEF Victory Medal + Wounded in Action NAMED #ed 131st Inf 33rd Division” is in sale since Sunday, April 22, 2018. This item is in the category “Collectibles\Militaria\WW I (1914-18)\Original Period Items\United States\Medals, Pins & Ribbons”. The seller is “notime” and is located in Saint Petersburg, Florida. This item can be shipped to United States.

WWI WW1 AEF Victory Medal + Wounded in Action NAMED #ed 47th Infantry 4th Div

WWI WW1 AEF Victory Medal + Wounded in Action NAMED #ed 47th Infantry 4th Div

WWI WW1 AEF Victory Medal + Wounded in Action NAMED #ed 47th Infantry 4th Div

WWI WW1 AEF Victory Medal + Wounded in Action NAMED #ed 47th Infantry 4th Div

WWI WW1 AEF Victory Medal + Wounded in Action NAMED #ed 47th Infantry 4th Div

Pair of medals given to Jacob Mulac of Cleveland, a native of Bohemia, Austro-Hungarian Empire and later Czechoslovakia. Named award shown is serial numbered on edge 56870, or perhaps 58870. Comes with his victory medal with St Mihiel, Meuse Argonne and Defensive bars, all as clean as the first medal, there is a ribbon for the first medal, no ribbon for the victory. This Pilsen, Bohemia native was a replacement to the 47th Inf, 4th Div, AEF. Ohio state records office printout shown is included. ALL ITEMS ARE ORIGINAL AND PERIOD. See image and title for any info, and ask any questions you may have! The item “WWI WW1 AEF Victory Medal + Wounded in Action NAMED #ed 47th Infantry 4th Div” is in sale since Sunday, April 22, 2018. This item is in the category “Collectibles\Militaria\WW I (1914-18)\Original Period Items\United States\Medals, Pins & Ribbons”. The seller is “notime” and is located in Saint Petersburg, Florida. This item can be shipped to United States.

Ww2 Japanese Wounded Association Officer Badge Japan Medal Order Wound Army Wwii

Ww2 Japanese Wounded Association Officer Badge Japan Medal Order Wound Army Wwii

WW2 JAPANESE WOUNDED ASSOCIATION OFFICER BADGE JAPAN MEDAL ORDER WOUND ARMY WWII. You’re looking at. IMPERIAL JAPANESE WOUNDED ASSOCIATION OFFICER BADGE with the case. It is a very rare item!! The front is decorated with sakura. The item in the picture is the one you will receive actually. It is absolutely guaranteed to be authentic. Thank you for looking. I will send the invoice. Certain images/photos incorporated into this template are the royalty free property of Northwestern University Library. Create listings that get noticed! With Auctiva’s 1,800+ Templates. Attention Sellers – Get Templates Image Hosting, Scheduling at Auctiva. Track Page Views With. Auctiva’s FREE Counter. The item “WW2 JAPANESE WOUNDED ASSOCIATION OFFICER BADGE JAPAN MEDAL ORDER WOUND ARMY WWII” is in sale since Sunday, November 08, 2015. This item is in the category “Collectibles\Militaria\WW II (1939-45)\Original Period Items\Japan\Medals, Pins & Ribbons”. The seller is “saintjohn2011″ and is located in Kobe. This item can be shipped worldwide.

WW1 Pair and WW2 plus EM(T) Territorial Efficiency Medal WOUNDED -DETAILS LATER

WW1 Pair and WW2 plus EM(T) Territorial Efficiency Medal WOUNDED -DETAILS LATER

Pics and details to be added as time allows. The item “WW1 Pair and WW2 plus EM(T) Territorial Efficiency Medal WOUNDED -DETAILS LATER” is in sale since Monday, February 05, 2018. This item is in the category “Collectables\Militaria\World War I (1914-1918)\Medals/ Ribbons”. The seller is “hawthornridge” and is located in Swadlincote. This item can be shipped worldwide.
  • Era: 1914-1945
  • Issued/ Not-Issued: Issued
  • Service: Army
  • Type: Medals & Ribbons
  • Conflict: World War II (1939-1945)
  • Country/ Organization: Great Britain