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  1. Im in awe! What an incredible collection. I miss my 1866/70 medal bar with the Nassau medal.
  2. Matthew, I thank you for your interest. This medal is 48mm in diameter. I agree it looks as though a previous owner has applied a small amount of solder to attach the ribbon.
  3. Joe, I apprecitate your clarification and duly noted. Thank you very much. Regards, Joel
  4. Bill, My apologies on not responding earlier. I thank you so much for your useful information and will definitely check into obtaining a copy of the book you have mentioned. Regards, Joel
  5. Tony, I like your post! And so to the others whom carried the torch in keeping this thread alive, thank you! I have been long overdue in owning my end of the bargain in posting some more. Regards, Joel
  6. Gentlemen, What great additions. I got to get hunting for some new pictures to add.
  7. Chris, Same here! Thank you.
  8. Chris, Indeed it does! Good to see you my friend and I hope all is well?
  9. Gents, This thread deserves to be revived for this topic has recently surfaced on another forum and I had no clue as to the US Government sending these women on Pilgrimages to Europe to see the graves of their loved ones. What got me interested is that I recently bought a small lot of military insignia and other items. Amongst the items was a, Pilgrimage of Mothers and Widows Identification medal. Though the ribbon and name tag are missing there still is a serial number on the reverse of the medal and I hope to find the database to look up the original recipient. Thank you so much for your interest and I'm sorry it has been a long time since I have posted in here. I look forward to seeing old friends and fellow collectors! Regards, Joel
  10. Love the picture! Well done! Joel
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    One in the Same? Death Certificate

    Still no response from The West Virginia History Dept.
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    EKI Spange collection

    What an incredible collection! Very nice!
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    favorite EK2

    What a fantastic cross! Love the detail of the core. Regards, Joel
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    My newest acquisition M1874 McKeever Ammo Pouch

    Thank you Stormrider. Definitely a first of its kind in my collection. Thank you again. Regards, Joel
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