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Hi,

just purchased a ww1 pair comprising of bwm and victory medal. both are engraved to the edge LIEUT.F.W. FIDGEON....but there is no service number or regiment...I also have a life members pass dated 1906 to the National Rifle Association named to Fredrick W . Fidgeon Esq.

Any advice on why there is no service number or regiment will be gratefully recieved.. I must also add that these came from a house clearance.

Will post some photo's tommorow..

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I just picked up a pair also to a Lieut. and like yours and others they have no number or regimental notation.

Not to worry, if indeed you are, as this is correct.

Looking forward to seeing them.

Regards

Brian

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Hi thanks for the info..Where can I get a copy of his MIC? and as promised here are the photos..I was wondering as to value..I found a pair to a lieutenant in MGC online for £125..retail price and a pair to a private in MGC sold on ebay today for £71+5 p&p...I did not pay anywhere near this much....P1000995_zps5e1894f3.jpgP1000996_zps716e9741.jpg

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1921 LG entry where he relinquishes his commission in the MGC!cant find the transfer entry though!!!

Thank you for that info..I found earlier entries relating to him transfering from the Warwickshire regiment to the Bedford regiment....

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