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Greece, Kingdom. An Inter-Allied Victory Medal

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Greece, Kingdom. An Inter-Allied Victory Medal

Instituted in 1920. In dark bronze, engraver marked "Henry NOCO" on the obverse, measuring 36.8 mm in diameter, light contact, replacement ribbon, very fine.


Footnote: The Inter-Allied Victory Medal was instituted on October 6, 1920, after a proposal by French Marshal Ferdinand Foch at the Versailles Conference in 1918, where the attendees decided that all the allied nations were to create a commemorative medal, in honour of those who took part in the military actions during the First World War.

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