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  1. would you believe i found them at a street vendor around the Silom area amongst coins and medalions was a very lucky find, total cost was 4, 000 Bhat
  2. Hello all just wanted to share my newest finds today in Bangkok lucky to find a Thailand issued UN Korea medal as well regards Caz
  3. Hello everyone can anyone help me with the following 2 ranks: PTLR (Artillery) SUP (Jat Regt) regards and thanks
  4. hello again i have another hallmark / date if someone can help to ID / translate thank you in advance Caz
  5. Hello Guys just wanted to share my latest purchases of the Order of the Crown of Thailand 7th Class (Silver) 5th Class (Older version I think) 2nd Class (in Box of issue) issued 1994 (37/1) regards Caz
  6. Hello Paul thank you Kind regards Caz
  7. Hello i am trying to see how many TFWM were awarded to the RGA Kind regards
  8. I suppose living in the UK WW 1 medals are not as high in prices as Canada. I have picked up BWM Canadian Units for around 25 - 35 pounds, but have seen prices constantly pushing up over the last few years. Yes agree that looking at a certain unit, battle etc is the best way forward (something i wish I had done years ago) as there are so many options to choose from. End of the day its about the enjoyment of researching the medal and its owners history if you can as often there are great suprises to be had Caz
  9. I have been now collecting WW 1 medals for about 5 years and have, mostly British. along with Indian, SA, NZ and Canadian. Prices are some times reflective on what country and where they come from regardless of the unit in regards to prices on Victory medals at the end of the day will come down to what you are willing to pay. Corps such as RAMC, ASC will cost less than a front line infantry regiment. When you start looking at Yeomanry, Hussars, Lancers and Tank corps prices jump Like most people who collect WW 1 medals your personal price limit will depend on what area you want to concentrate on as and what the market demands There are certainly bargains out there, but like most medals prices have been slowly increasing Caz
  10. Hi Dave I unscrewed the back plate but no hallmarks but then noticed on the pin with number 23, so I take it that will mean 1980 regards Caz
  11. Hi Dave thanks for the information and insight kind regards Caz
  12. Hi Dave hallmarks on back regards and thanks Caz
  13. Hello I am trying to see if anyone can translate the hallmarks on the attached Thai orders kind regards and thanks Caz
  14. Just wanted to share 2 more Thai Orders / Medals I have brought Order of the White Elephant 2nd Class, in case of issue, I was told Rama VI period? Also a Scout Medal, not sure which one this is as the ribbon different to other Scout Medals I have seen, was told 100th Anniversary medal for Scouts? any help or information would be great in relation to both Medals Regards and thanks Caz
  15. Just wanted to share two new Thai orders / Medals I found today The Most Exalted Order of the White Elephant Commander 3rd Class , in case, female issue Medal for Service Rendered in the Interior (Asia), missing top bar regards Caz