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Holy schmokes!  What an impressive display.  If you need help with any of the other missing Coast Guard medals, please let me know.  We need to get for you our marksmanship medals and Gold/Silver Lifesaving Medals.  

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Thanks for the positive feedbacks.

Paul: yes, from month to month my collection grows up. I am very thankful about the help from my american friends, like you.


Eric K: I am looking for: american campaign medals before WWII numberd / named

US victory Medals WWI (only official clasps)

WWI occupation of germany medal groups, especially with US occupation
in Coblenz (on the Fortress Ehrenbreitstein)


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I dont suppose any of those MOHs are named?


I am VERY impressed that you have that unusual Texas cavalry medal as well as those very unusual ship builders badges issued by the WW1 Maritime Board.


What are you still looking for? I find a tonne of stuff at yard sales. 

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