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British War Medal - Canadian Railway Troops

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British War Medal - Canadian Railway Troops

WWI British War Medal, Sapper Joseph Irwin, Canadian Railway Troops - (1006311 SPR. J. IRWIN. C.R.T.). Naming is officially impressed. Very crisp detail, dark patina, light contact, edge nips, better than very fine. Footnote: Joseph Irwin was born on May 10, 1877 in Tweed, Ontario. He signed his Attestation Paper with the 228th Infantry Battalion on May 12, 1916 in Elk Lake, Ontario, listing his mother, Mrs. James Irwin of Tweed as his next-of-kin, stating that he had no previous military service, that he was not married and that his trade was that of Miner.
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