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A Canadian British Empire Medal Group



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A Canadian British Empire Medal Group

A Canadian British Empire Medal Group - HAYNES Malcolm Stuart: British Empire Medal G.VI.R. (SH800192 Sgt. T. Malcolm S. Haynes RCASC) rim additionally impressed "R"; Canadian Korea Medal (SH 800192 MS Hayes); Korea Volunteer medal, unnamed as issued; UN Korea Medal ( SH 800192 MS Hayes) - note spelling; Coronation Medal 1953, unnamed as issued. Court mounted for wear, plated in Canadian style, extremely fine. Malcolm S. Haynes enlisted in the RCAF as 17510 on 4 Oct 1948 but on 26 Jul was honorably released. Enlisted in Army on 14 Aug 1950 as SH-800192 and arrived in Korea 4 Feb 1951 with 2 PPCLI & 15 Oct 1951 transferred to Lines of Communication. Returned to Canada 14 Aug 1952 but took a second tour in Korea from 12 Sep 1953 to 19 Aug 1954. In Sep 1991 Haynes requested complete replacement of all his medals, claiming they were either lost or stolen. Vetted service docs with the medal group, copies of research papers. Group includes original folder/document issued by the Korean Veterans Association. Only twenty one British Empire Medals issued to the Canadian Army during Korean War.
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