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eMedals-Japan, Empire. Two War Medals

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Japan, Empire. Two War Medals



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Japan, Empire. Two War Medals

1904-1905 Russo-Japanese War Medal (instituted in 1906, in bronze gilt, measuring 30.5 mm in diameter, spotting, edge nicks, original ribbon with hook and eye); and China Incident War Medal (instituted in 1939, in bronze, measuring 30 mm in diameter, spotting, original ribbon with hook and eye). Near extremely fine.


Footnote: The Russo-Japanese War Medal was established by Imperial Edict No. 51 on March 31, 1906 and awarded for participation in the war between February 8, 1904 and September 5, 1905. The China Incident War Medal was established by Imperial Edict No. 496 on July 27, 1939, amended by Edict No. 418 of 1944 and abolished by Government Ordinance No. 177 of 1946. It was awarded for participation in or support of the invasion of China on July 7, 1937. The occupation ended with Japan's surrender in 1945. It was not to be awarded to those who received the Great East Asia War Medal.

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