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From the book of László: 

b. By Royal Decree of 26 March 1922, to personnel, under certain conditions, designated by a Chief of Corps or another award granting authority.

I can not understand who it is!

Yours faithfully

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IMO (In my opinion) on post #4 The large red cross might just be a simple case of a Veteran's intervention. It may be a doctor, nurse or some caregiver who was awarded the Belgium Victory medal a

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Hello gentlemen!

Received today a dark medal of the work of Edward Rymer.

Photo of two medals for comparison

Yours faithfully

Бельгия Тип 2 Неофициальный  Эдвард Ример.jpg

1 - diameter is 37.3 mm,  thickness is 2.2 mm.

2 - diameter is 37.8 mm, thickness is 1.9 mm.

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On 6/14/2017 at 22:23, oliver860 said:

Hello gentlemen!

Received today a dark medal of the work of Edward Rymer.

Photo of two medals for comparison

Yours faithfully

Бельгия Тип 2 Неофициальный  Эдвард Ример.jpg


1 - diameter is 37.3 mm,  thickness is 2.2 mm.

2 - diameter is 37.8 mm, thickness is 1.9 mm.

Hello Oliver,

A nice darker patina Reimer model you have posted. It is great that you also post diameter and planchet thickness because that helps out all the vic collectors to see if there are differences to item in their collection.

Regards,
Rob

 

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Bonjour,

Pour moi, c'est un montage fantaisiste pour gagner de l'argent. Il existe de nombreuses fausses assemblées de médailles interalliées.

La victoire ailée n'est pas celle de la Belgique.

Cordialement,

Jean-Michel

Il y a 9 minutes, Jean-Michel a déclaré:

 

 

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Hello everyone, what do you make of these two Belgian unofficial type 3's?

The one on the left is 37mm diameter and 1.1mm thickness at the 3 o'clock. The one on the right is 36.6mm diameter and 1.4mm thick.

I have my own thoughts but interested to hear what everyone thinks....

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Привет!

Мои медали!

Неофициальный Тип 3

1) Диаметр 36,7 мм, толщина 1,7 мм.

2) Диаметр 37,3 мм, толщина 1,3 мм.

1 Бельгия Тип 3  Неофициальный.jpg

2 Бельгия Тип 3  Неофициальный.jpg

1 Бельгия Тип 3  Неофициальный рев.jpg

2 Бельгия Тип 3  Неофициальный рев.jpg

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