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eMedals-A Rare Canadian 1914 Star Trio,

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A Rare Canadian 1914 Star Trio,


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A Rare Canadian 1914 Star Trio,

1914 Star, British War and Victory Medals, all impressed (34274 PTE. J.A. CHAMBERS, C.A.M.C.), good fine. John Angus Chambers was born on 28th July 1892 in Ingersoll, Ontario and joined the CEF on 23rd September 1914, and had 4 years previous service in RAMC. He died of wounds at age 24 on 16th September 1916. MIC confirms issue of 1914 Star with 2nd Canadian Hospital. Only 160 - 1914 Stars awarded to a single Canadian unit (2nd. Canadian Stationary Hospital members).Sold with copies of service records.
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