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  • Canada, United Kingdom. A Newfoundland Volunteer War Service Medal Case
  • Canada, United Kingdom. A Newfoundland Volunteer War Service Medal Case
  • Canada, United Kingdom. A Newfoundland Volunteer War Service Medal Case
  • Canada, United Kingdom. A Newfoundland Volunteer War Service Medal Case
  • Canada, United Kingdom. A Newfoundland Volunteer War Service Medal Case

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Canada, United Kingdom. A Newfoundland Volunteer War Service Medal Case

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Canada, United Kingdom. A Newfoundland Volunteer War Service Medal Case

Hardshelled design on the lid and base, the lid padded, with a deep red thatched-look exterior on all six sides, inscribed in gold-coloured ink "NEWFOUNDLAND VOLUNTEER SERVICE MEDAL" within a gold-coloured rule, inside lid in beige satin, padded and maker marked "ROYAL MINT", base with an insert in beige felt incorporating a recessed medal bed, hinged along the rear edge, measuring 88 mm (w) x 108 mm (h) x 20.5 mm (d), extremely fine.

 

Footnote: The Newfoundland Volunteer War Service Medal was designed by Ian H. Stewart CM (who was at that time Senior Designer in Residence at Memorial University in St John's, Newfoundland). It was created to honour those from Newfoundland & Labrador who served in British Forces outside of the province. It was issued to those who did not receive a volunteer war service medal from another country, including Canada, and who had volunteered and served in units or organizations contributed by the Dominion of Newfoundland to the allied war effort. The period of qualifying service was from September 3, 1939 through September 2, 1945.

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