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Hi thought I would just share latest medals and cap badges to my ever growing collection, there is a mix of British as well Commonwealth medals

Trios:

6-6846, Pte Sinclair. J, Gordon Highlanders

2979, Pte Mutch. JWL, Gordon Highlanders

1899, Pte Allan. J.R., R.A.M.C.

22679, Pte Eaton A.D., R.A.M.C

Pair:

3891, Pte Stuart. A., Gordon Highlanders

 

South African Trio:

Dvr Tonneson. S.B.

S.A.S.C.

 

South African WW2 Groups:

G304306, Pte Swarzt. P, South African Army

6124235, Pte Van Aarot, South African Army

612435 V, Pte Ismail. G., 22nd Field Regiment, S.A.A.

 

British TEM Groups

2086484, Gnr Isaacs, Royal Artillery

825400, Sgt Thompson. A.G. Royal Artillery

 

British GSM Group

N.55276, Pte Dickson. R' Kings African Rifles

 

BWM:

78650, Pte Penfold. G.W., N.Z.E.F

10/8024, Pte McQuilkin. A.N, N.Z.E.F

53206, Rflmn, N.Z.E.F

46733, Pte Bailey. J.F, South Wales Borders

 

VM:

Lieut, Baker. R.A.C, Royal Welsh Fusiliers

18329, L/Cpl Andrews, Canadian Forestry Corps

781546, L/Cpl Lees. L.F., 46th Canadian Infantry

426573, Cpl Scrygeour. J.W., 58th Canadian Infantry

 

1914/15 Stars:

1/728, Pte Swinburne. S.E., N.Z.E.F (Samoan Exp Force)

7143, Pte Conner. J., Royal Irish Regiment

 

GSM (Malaya)

23142197, Pte Hindmarsh. M., R.A.M.C.

 

 

 

 

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Hi Mike

with the ribbons when I can use the original I do, most of the WW 2 ribbons are original, most of the WW1 are replacements as most of the ribbons where not in great shape or short lengths. I do though keep them all as cant bring myself to throw them out

 

regards 

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just wanted to add some further medals that I have just finished mounting

there are a variety of units covering Lancers, Hussars, Yeomanry, N.Z.E.F., Coldstream and Grenadier Guards, infantry and corps

 

regards

 

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