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  1. looking at this the center is a British army rank "pip" and the star is all wrong as I would guess it is possible French as there are four Fleur - de - lis in the place of where loins should be and to my knowledge I don't think the British used Fleur - de - lis in their orders I would certainly keep away from this C
  2. I thought I would share my first 2 metropolitan police 1911 Coronation Medals awarded to: Pike. E. PC , "P" Division (Camberwell). Joined 30.11.1908, Retired 03.12.1934; Reserve Officer WW2; Warrant number 96370 Pratt A. PC , "J" Division (Hackney(Bethnal Green)). Joined 30.11.1908 , Retired 04.05.1922 (Died) ; Warrant number 96530 I noticed that their warrant numbers are very close and they joined on the same day, so chances are they knew each other regards C
  3. Hi Peter The reason for the interest is I have just purchased a AGSM with 2 clasps awarded to a member of the Baluch Camel Corps so are always interested in the involvement of the unit regards Caz
  4. hello I am trying to find any information on the Baluch Camel Corps especially the period around 1900 - 1910 if anyone can point me in the correct direction would be appreciated regards C
  5. Hi I just wanted to share my first AGSM with Nyasaland 1915 clasp The medal is heavily polished both front and back, I think there was only 84 Nyasaland 1915 clasps awarded to this battalion - correct me if I am wrong or misinformed I have had problems truing to find his medal roll, if anyone can assist where I maybe able to find this would be appreciated named to: Name: Miswake, Rank: Sgt. Service number: 177 1st Battalion KAR
  6. Hi all I know the Soviets issued a variety or orders and medals to other countries such as the US, Mongolia and Poland, and know some where issued to Pilots from the RAF, but does anyone know if any OGIII where issued to British troops If so is there anyway I could access the information such as recipients names, unit and the award number regards and thanks #C
  7. Hello all I am have been working on a database focused on the OG III for several years I am interested to see if anyone has a list of awards given to non Soviet servicemen I am interested in the award number, name, date of awarding, unit, rank if anyone can be of assistance would be appreciated regards C
  8. I Peter Yes I have made up the cards with borders and then I can store them in postcard boxes regards
  9. Hi I have decided to remount my NZ cap badges in a different way. Trying to find numerals to complete the format is proving to be a major challenge, so if anyone is looking to sell any NZ numerals please feel free to contact me regards C
  10. Hello I have just acquired a Victory Medal to a trooper who served with the Auckland Mounted Rifles and he was listed as serving in "E" Squadron but I cant seem to locate any information on the sqd's in a letter format only number Would appreciate any assistance with this regards Caz
  11. can you supply his name, service number and rank regards C
  12. Hello all I am just seeing if anyone would be able to shed light on how many Radfan clasps where issued to the Royal Navy regards and thanks in advance C
  13. Hi Peter Samoa was the first victory for the allies in WW1 without a shot been fired. On the night of the 6 August 1914, the New Zealand government received a telegram from London that it would be "a great and urgent Imperial service" if New Zealand forces seized Samoa, which was a German territory. This was approved the next day, and four days later a mixed force of 1,413 men plus six nursing sisters. On the 29th August they landed unopposed at Apia. Thus the island of Upolu was the first German territory to be occupied in the name of King George V. Regards
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