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The award is not limited to U. Citizens and, while it is a civilian award, it can also be awarded to military personnel and worn on the uniform.
The class system as introduced under the Duchy of Warsaw was It’s the oldest military decoration in the world still in use. Beautiful and rare original World War I (1) Poland Order of Virtuti Militari 1919, 5th class (Silver Cross), with ribbon!
Original breast badge of the order for service to the Philippines.
ORIGINAL SPAIN / SPANISH ORDER OF MILITARY MERIT MEDAL WITH WHITE DISTINCTION.
100% Authentic & Excellent Condition! USSR – SOVIET RUSSIAN.
Vintage French WWI Medal Order of the. Made of Sterling Silver (french silver hallmark boar head). Diameter of star 40 mm. Of merit made of sterling silver Paris mint hallmark. Diameter of star 37 mm.
World war 2 imperial japanese badge. Offering a genuine World War II era Japanese Order of the Sacred Crown, 8th Class medal. This prestigious decoration, also known as “Hokansho”, has a rich history. Exclusively bestowed upon women for their distinguished services. This order ranks equivalently with the Order of the Rising Sun. Features a golden headdress, symbolic of the one worn by the Empress during the Spring Festival. The medallion is surrounded by an oval ring with seed pearls, bamboo branches on a red backdrop, and cherry blossoms. The sash is watered, yellow with red stripes. Detailed photos provided for close examination. This rare medal is not only a symbol of recognition but also a significant piece of Japanese history. Own a piece of history today. Approximate 7-21days(To USA).
Here we have a Fantastic Panama Order of Vasco Núñez de Balboa First Class Breast Silver Medal. This was issued by the. PANAMA REPUBLIC in Silver & Enamel and is the Order of Vasco Núñez de Balboa, instituted on 1 July 1941 Ley No. 94 de 1 de julio de 1941. It is awarded for distinguished diplomatic services and contributions to international relations between Panama and other states. In excellent condition with some minor wear consumate with age including a small tiny scar to the enamel at 11 oclock, perfect for dealers, medal collectors, jewellers, order museums, stars and collections, sets missing the breast star, gifts, lectures and much much more!
UNITED STATES ARMY CERTIFICATE OF MERIT MEDAL. The Certificate of Merit Medal was a military decoration of the United States Army that was issued between the years of 1905 and 1918. The Certificate of Merit Medal replaced the much older Certificate of Merit which was authorized by the United States Congress on March 3, 1847. In 1905, a medal was created for those holding a Certificate of Merit and called the Certificate of Merit Medal. This medal was authorized for wear on a United States military uniform. It was always worn following the Medal of Honor, before all campaign medals. The first recipient of the Certificate of Merit Medal was First Lieutenant William B. Baker, who was presented medal No. 1 on 30 December 1907. Baker had received an original Certificate of Merit as a Corporal during the Spanish-American War on 13 August 1898. The last act recognized by a Certificate of Merit was May 1918, when Corporal Paul Scaletta made a water rescue of soldiers in dangerous surf conditions at Ocean Beach, California. The last soldier to be awarded the Certificate of Merit Medal was George Arrington for his service while a Private with the 24th Infantry Regiment in 1889. He was awarded medal No. 361 and subsequently converted it to a Distinguished Service Cross. Do not miss it! Certificate of Merit Medal + Made in USA Medal Case. Diameter of the Medal: about 33mm. A fantastic part of US military history is not to be missed at this low listing price. It would be extremely hard to find a much better example than these medals, medals weigh a bit!! I only speak german and english, if you have any questions or problems, pls feel free to contact me at any time!
Order of St John & ww2 medal group with 1939 – 1945 star, Italy star, war medal, South Africa service medal named to 583116 D G John. Complete with miniature medals. I haven’t been able to find out any more about D G John, if anyone knows any more about this soldier or when the order of St John was awarded I would be very interested in finding out.