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eMedals-A First World War Pair to the Royal Canadian Artillery

Item: C1861

A First World War Pair to the Royal Canadian Artillery

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$160

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A First World War Pair to the Royal Canadian Artillery

A First World War Pair to the Royal Canadian Artillery -British War Medal (302334 GNR. S.S. FRYER. C.F.A.); and Victory Medal (302334 GNR. S.S. FRYER. C.F.A.). Un-mounted, original ribbons with safety pin attachments, dark patina on the BWM, better than extremely fine. Accompanied by a Canadian Field Artillery Cap Badge (bronze, maker marked "CARON BROS MONTREAL 1915" on the reverse, 51 mm x 64 mm, intact lugs), the badge also better than extremely fine.   Footnote: Stuart Stanley Fryer was born on July 23, 1884 in Snodland, Kent, England. He signed his Attestation Paper with the 42nd Overseas Battery, Canadian Field Artillery, on November 11, 1915 in Hamilton, Ontario, at the age of 31, naming his next-of-kin as his mother, Mrs. E. Fryer of Hamilton, stating that he had previous military service with the S.S.T., that he was not married and that he had been employed by Sanford & Company.
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