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In 1945, daily intake of material averaged 25,000 negatives and 60,000 prints. It has been well cast from solid Bronze. On the reverse it reads Awarded to.
Some deterioration on box.
It has the two pins issued with it. See photos for condition details.
HAND COMING UP FROM THE GROUND IN THE RHINELAND HOLDING A TORN CHAIN BREAKING THE BONDS OF THE OCCUPATION ON THE ALLIES OCCUPATION FROM 1918 to 1930 WITH THE GERMAN GRAF ZEPPELIN FLYING OVER. PERIOD PLAQUE MOUNTING HOLE ON THE UPPER RIGHT AND LOWER LEFT CORNERS.
Nice group of WW2 medals. We dont break our lots. Please look closely at the item photos. Our photos are the best indication of condition. All of our items are listed as found! All offers considered, first reasonable offer accepted! Larger items may take longer.
WWII Bronze Star medal from Private First Class John J. Mackin Company “L” 350th infantry regiment 88th infantry division. Citation states he saved a soldier on Mt. Battaglia by carrying a soldier 500 yards to a aid station whom was blinded by shell fragments. He also captured numerous prisoners. Please refer to item photos for full visibility of item condition. Feel free to ask questions. Item may have some wear, oxidation, scratches, rust, oxidation, dirt, dents, rips or tears, etc. Please refer to all photos for accurate details on condition.
Original ribbon with “UNEG” bar (National Union of the War Escapees). Awarded to those who facilitated or helped at the risk of their lives war escapees on the path to freedom. WW2 Allied Forces, WW2 French Resistance, WW2 Liberation of France. Genuine, very good condition, 100% untouched.
Thank you for the interest in this item. The mobile description does not show the full text or all of the photographs I have included in this listing. This item has a full description and up to 24 supersized enlargeable photographs showing detailed views of the item and it’s condition. Thank you for your interest in this item. Old US USA American Service War Medal Bronze Star with Original Coffin Case WWII. This is a nice US Military medal of the Bronze Star. The item is all original, it includes the bar pin as shown and it is in the original presentation case (see photos). This item is from an estate liquidation (see photos). I do not know the soldier’s name who was awarded this medal or the branch of service he was in (see photos). The item looks to be old and dates back to Vietnam or possibly WWII or the Korean war (viewing the photos, medal and the box should help you to date this item more precisely). This is a nice original USA Military War Bronze Star Medal. The medal has not been engraved. This is a medal to add to your collection and honor our soldiers. LOCATION: YB AA:000007. I sell vintage, decorative and antique items. I try to take many photographs of the items that I sell. All of the items that we sell are in as is as found estate condition. All sales are considered final. If I notice anything in particular I will try to note it in the listing and / or take a picture for you to see. Thank you for your interest in my items. View My Other Items For Sale. Add me to your Favorite Sellers. By our choice of carriers. Get Supersized Images & Free Image Hosting. Create your brand with Auctiva’s. Attention Sellers – Get Templates Image Hosting, Scheduling at Auctiva. Com. Track Page Views With.
This is a fine World War II U. Bronze Star Medal set that is in excellent condition. The planchet is with an unblemished bronze finish to both the obverse and reverse sides. The star is suspended from a crisp, short-draped ribbon. The medal is mounted on the correct WWII style slot broach that is complete with functional pin and roller lock assemblies. The pin back ribbon bar and enameled lapel pin are both present in the case. The black leatherette case is titled, “BRONZE STAR MEDAL” in gold leaf on two lines on the lid and is without damage. It remains a fine-looking example in excellent condition.
Norway: WW2 King Haakon VII’s Freedom. Medal, 1940 – 1945. On the obverse: the crowned cypher of King. Haakon VII over the letter “V” (for Victory). Inscribed “Alt For Norge” Everything for. The medal was instituted in 1945 and was. Awarded to both Norwegian and Foreign. Citizens who provided services to Norway. Was also issued in 1980. I have not cleaned the medal. Please look at the photos regarding condition.