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yank44

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  1. I am looking to sell this here on GMIC and was wondering what a fair price is to ask. I don't want to give it away, but I am not looking to sell higher than market value either. The sooner the better.
  2. THIS ADVERT HAS EXPIRED!

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    After receiving some sound advice, I have decided to sell my WWI LOH Knight's medal for $50. I only ship on Sunday nights and Monday mornings regardless of when you buy the item. I'll miss her, but she'll surely find a good home here. There is nothing to hide, as the photos show every detail. Comes from a smoke and pet free home. Feel free to ask questions. My wife packs things very well, so no worries on that end.

    £39.00

  3. Thank you for taking the time to get back to me. I appreciate your expertise. The members of this forum have always had a sincere appreciation of medals more so than other forums I frequent. Thanks again.
  4. I am looking to sell this here on GMIC and was wondering what a fair price is to ask. I don't want to give it away, but I am not looking to sell higher than market value either. The sooner the better.
  5. That's great news! Thank you so much! I was looking to sell this on GMIC because this has always been the place where people seem to have a genuine interest in medals. What would be a fair price to ask for this? I don't want to give it away, but I am not looking to sell it for more than market value either. I would rather sell it sooner than later.
  6. Thank you so much for getting back to me! I greatly appreciate it!
  7. Does anybody know when this is from?
  8. May I please have help with this Croix de Guerre?
  9. Please help me with this Legion d'Honneur?
  10. usmilitariaforum.com would be able to answer you. There are quality WWI aviation collectors there.
  11. You might want to check out theaerodrome.com/forum or usmilitariaforum.com. There are plenty of people who collect wwi aviation items on both.
  12. Here's a couple more pics: http://i32.photobucket.com/albums/d47/Yank44/IMG_1210-1.jpg http://i32.photobucket.com/albums/d47/Yank44/IMG_1214.jpg http://i32.photobucket.com/albums/d47/Yank44/IMG_1215.jpg
  13. Why not buy mannequin heads? That's what I use. I keep all of my WWI/WWII aviator flight helmets, goggles, Class A caps, etc. on mannequin heads to keep the shape of the leather and prevent wrinkles. http://i32.photobucket.com/albums/d47/Yank44/IMG_1108.jpg http://i32.photobucket.com/albums/d47/Yank44/IMG_1115.jpg http://i32.photobucket.com/albums/d47/Yank44/IMG_1116.jpg http://i32.photobucket.com/albums/d47/Yank44/IMG_1210.jpg
  14. Can you post a pic of the uniform? That would help. His collar insignia and wings would be useful because they would narrow down the search a bit. The collar insignia can indicate regular army, reserve, signal corp, etc. They were also made in France, England, and many jewelers in the U.S. The wings also varied greatly, so that would help. It's not Rickenbacker because he was awarded four palms on his Croix de Guerre and his Victory Medal had about six battle clasps on it. Try the guys on theaerodrome.com as well. They're very knowledgeable.
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