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Commemorative Medal of the 1940–1945 War with clasp


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hello Kris,

these are the official clasps:

ARDENNES ; ARDENNES BELGES ; ATLANTIQUE NORD ; BATAILLE D’ANGLETERRE ; BATAILLE DE BELGIQUE ; BEAUQUESNE ; BELGIQUE ; CAMPAGNE D’ALLEMAGNE ; CAMPAGNE DE HOLLANDE ; CANAL ALBERT ; CANAL ALBERT-KANNE ; CANAL DE TERNEUZEN ; CANAL DE WESSEM ; DIEPPE ; EMDEN ; ESCAUT ; FLANDRES 1940 ; FRONTIERE ; ITALIE ; KNESSELARE ; LA DENDRE 1940 ; LA GETTE ; LA LYS 1940 ; LIEGE 1940 ; MANCHE ; NAMUR ; NEVELE ; NORMANDIE ; OLDENBURG ; RONSELE ; VINKT ; WALCHEREN ; WINTERBEEK ; YOUGOSLAVIE ; ZELZATE ; ZWIJNDRECHT.

all other clasps are not official.

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Hey Werner,

thanks for the reply!

What important to me is that it is a genuine medal with his clasp, meaning; not a upgraded example.

Hard to know when seeing one, but this one was found in a house clearing, so that makes it ok to me.

cheers

|<ris

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