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  • Group to Pte. P. King-42nd Canadian Infantry
  • Group to Pte. P. King-42nd Canadian Infantry
  • Group to Pte. P. King-42nd Canadian Infantry
  • Group to Pte. P. King-42nd Canadian Infantry
  • Group to Pte. P. King-42nd Canadian Infantry
  • Group to Pte. P. King-42nd Canadian Infantry

Item: C0197

Group to Pte. P. King-42nd Canadian Infantry

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Group to Pte. P. King-42nd Canadian Infantry

Belonging to PTE P. King - 5 Medal grouping including 1914-15 Star, officially impressed with "408131 Pte. P.KING 42/CAN:INF", War and Victory Medals both reading "408131 PTE. P. KING. 42 - CAN. INF". Also included are the Canadian Volunteer Medal and the 1939-1945 War Medal, both are unnamed. All 5 medals are mounted as worn, with period ribbons. All in are extremely fine condition with nice patina. Also included is a ribbon bar representing the 1914-15 Star, the War Medal, the Victory Medal, and the Volunteer Service Medal - in extremely fine condition. Finally, a set of bronze collar dogs and a single cap badge from the Veterans Guard of Canada, unmarked, and in extremely fine condition. Percy King was born May 12th 1896 in Haddenham, Cambridgeshire, England. Having previous military experience with the Cambridge territorial force, King enlisted with the CEF on the 10th of June 1915 at Niagara Camp.
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