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  • Efficiency Medal Group

Item: C0237

Efficiency Medal Group


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Efficiency Medal Group

British War and Victory Medals. (679038 PTE. W. BROWN. CAN. LABR. BN) Naming is officially impressed, polished, yet remains in extremely fine condition. Territorial Force Efficiency Medal, Edward VII. (68 B.Q.M. SJT:W. BROWN. 1/E.A.B. R.F.A.) Naming is officially impressed in small capitals, polished, and stands in very fine condition. All are board mounted. Private William Brown, born in Moreton, Cheshire on February 4th 1871, worked in advertising before enlisting with the CEF on January 26th 1916.
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