Archive for the wwii Category
WWII unnamed 976th Field Artillery Bronze Star grouping. The group was found in a storage locker sale sorry no history or name. The group includes Bronze Star and Good Conduct medals. 6 ribbon bars, Sterling screw back ruptured duck and theater made 976th Field Artillery distinctive insignia all items are pictured.
WWII Navy Medals and Shoulder Boards. Ribbon Rack with Medals. Asiatic Campaign 1 battle star. Set of lieutenant Grade and Set of Junior Grade shoulder boards.
WWII Bronze Star Named w Certificate and Case – Rhineland Campaign. Really beautiful authentic NAMED MEDAL with CERTIFICATE! . Please look at all the pictures.
Marine Officer’s Miniature Medals, Jump Wings & EGA Insignia. The grouping is identified to Major Wallace G. Notes from the collector from where these came, stated that he was a 1st Lt. He was on Okinawa with the 2nd Bn / 29th Marines. He was assigned to S-3 as of June 14, 1945, and replaced the former S-3 officer who was KIA. On April 1 to 13 August 1946 was S-3 with the 7th Marines in China during occupation era. This lot consists of. Miniature medal ribbons on bar, Marine Good Conduct, American Theater, American Campaign, Asiatic-Pacific with 1 star, WWII Victory, China Service, and National Defense medals. On single bar – clutch back. Pair of Pattern 1936 officer’s EGA collar insignia, hallmarked, H&H STERLING & 1/20 10K GF STERLING. Jump Wings, hallmarked Robbins “R” in wing over STERLING. Condition overall is fine +.
Good vintage condition, exactly as pictured. Original ww2 era United States Air Force medal grouping. Meritorious Service medal named to PW LAPPIN. I have done no research into him. Beautiful period ribbon bar. All 5 badges on lower right are marked as sterling.
WWII New York Conspicuous Service Cross & Commendation Medal. Sterling and numbered 19154. Fabulous condition, one owner. Belonged to my Dad, James C. Holmes, who was in the Navy during WWII in the Pacific in Submarines.
This is a USA WWII Military Bronze Star Medal, Ribbon, Lapel Pin Box with Engraving. It is an original piece from the United States, featuring a theme of militaria and a region of origin from the same country. The medal comes with a ribbon and lapel pin, all enclosed in a box. This collectible item is a great addition to any militaria collection, particularly for those with an interest in World War II (1939-45) conflicts. The medal has been engraved with a personalized message, making it a unique piece.
This medal was established in January 1888 and was awarded to both military and civilian for long service with good conduct. The Sacred Treasure 4 could be awarded to military officers. The back of the medal reads “Order of Merit Decoration”. Please look at the other items we have available for sale in our store.
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