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International. A Lot of Five Second War Medals


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International. A Lot of Five Second War Medals

Ethiopia: Star of Victory 1941 (in silvered bronze, measuring 43 mm (w) x 59 mm (h), original ribbon); Great Britain: Defence Medal (cupro-nickel, measuring 36.2 mm in diameter, original ribbon); Great Britain: War Medal 1939-1945 (cupro-nickel, measuring 36 mm in diameter, Canadian Volunteer Service Medal clasp on its original ribbon); Netherlands: War Commemorative Cross (in bronze, marked "KON.-BEGEER VOORSCHOTEN" and "F.S.INV." on the reverse, measuring 40.3 mm (w) x 42.5 mm (h) inclusive of its integral suspension, u-shaped original ribbon, marked "FA. A. TACK BREDA" on the ribbon support); and Poland: Medal for Participation in the War of Defence (silvered bronze, measuring 39.5 mm in diameter, original ribbon). Ranging from very fine to extremely fine.
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