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eMedals-Italy, Kingdom. A Medal for the Libyan Campaign, II Bars, by L. Giorgi, c.1915

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Italy, Kingdom. A Medal for the Libyan Campaign, II Bars, by L. Giorgi, c.1915

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Italy, Kingdom. A Medal for the Libyan Campaign, II Bars, by L. Giorgi, c.1915

(Medaglia Commemorativa della Campagne di Libia). Instituted 1913. Circular medal in silver, observe bears the right facing head portrait of Vittorio Emanuele III and “VITTORIO EMANVELE III RE D’ITALIA” (VITTORIO EMANVELE III KING OF ITALY) with the maker mark “L. GIORGI” stamped into the obverse under portrait, reverse bears “LIBIA” (LIBYA) surrounded by a laurel wreath tied at the bottom with a ribbon, measuring 32.12 mm (w) x 35.78 mm (h), on a ribbon with six blue and five red stripes of equal width. Accompanied by two official clasps, the first inscribed with 1917-18, the second inscribed with 1918-19, both with laurel design and measuring 39.44 mm (w) x 7.72 mm (h), very fine.
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