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  • A First War Medal Pair to the Canadian Railway Troops CEF
  • A First War Medal Pair to the Canadian Railway Troops CEF
  • A First War Medal Pair to the Canadian Railway Troops CEF
  • A First War Medal Pair to the Canadian Railway Troops CEF
  • A First War Medal Pair to the Canadian Railway Troops CEF

Item: C2185

A First War Medal Pair to the Canadian Railway Troops CEF

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A First War Medal Pair to the Canadian Railway Troops CEF

A First War Medal Pair to the Canadian Railway Troops CEF- British War Medal (207647 SPR. W.E. ARMER. C.R.T.); and Victory Medal (207647 SPR. W.E. ARMER. C.R.T.). Naming is officially impressed. Mounted to a suspension with swing bar pinback, as worn by the veteran, original ribbons, bruising on the VM, light contact, cleaned, better than very fine. Accompanied by their 12 mm x 67.5 mm ribbon bar with pinback and a copy of his Attestation Paper.   Footnote: William Edward Armer was born on December 5, 1889 in Dublin, Ireland. He signed his Attestation Paper with the 97th Infantry Battalion on January 18, 1916 in Calgary, Alberta, naming his next-of-kin as Robert Armer of Dublin, stating that he had previous military service with the 44th of the County of Wellington, Ontario Regiment, that he was not married and that his trade was that of Cow Puncher. He was later transferred to the Pioneer Battalion and afterwards, the Canadian Railway Troops. 
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