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  1. Hi Bifter, Thanks for the reply. No I didn't chase after these as I couldn't get any timely feedback and since they were at an on-line auction (with little chance for detailed photo's or info), I decided to pass (thankfully!). I know someone did pay a "bit 'o money" for them! I feel sorry for the poor fellow. Cheers, Tom
  2. Gordon & Joe, Thank you both! (you just saved me some hard earned $$) Cheers!
  3. Hi, I was looking at this particular badge but was hoping I could solicite an opinion as to it's authenticity. Sorry if I misplaced putting it in this forum but I did not see a WW1 forum (please correct me if I am wrong). Thanks in advance!
  4. Eric and John - Thank you both! I now have more "beer" money remaining in my pocket!
  5. May I get some opinions on the authenticity of the following badge(s)? Thanks in advance!
  6. Before I go and spend my hard earned $$, can I get an opinion on the authenticity of the following badge(s)? Thanks in advance!!
  7. Before I go and spend my hard earned $$, can I get any opinions/validations as to the authenticity of the following badge(s). Thanks in advance!!!
  8. I am trying to look up information on a fellow who obtained an MID (actually 3xMID). I would like to know if there is any way I can find out what the MIDs were for. Can anyone direct me to a site? I tried the London Gazette but it only seemed to confirm he got them, not "HOW" he got them. Any help would be greatly appreciated! Thanks
  9. I couldn't agree more - lovely to look at. I got this 3 bar group "as is". I have no idea if the Defence Medal should be included, or in what order. The Red Cross medal is not part of the group - it was in the cabinet so I included it in the shot. BTW - the name on the Red Cross medal is "A. Hart" (fitting) Cheers!
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