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eMedals-Canada, Commonwealth. A Fine Modern Peacekeeping Service Group to Captain G.A. Williams

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Canada, Commonwealth. A Fine Modern Peacekeeping Service Group to Captain G.A. Williams

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Canada, Commonwealth. A Fine Modern Peacekeeping Service Group to Captain G.A. Williams

Group of Six: Special Service Medal, 1 Clasp - NATO-OTAN (in rhodium-plated alloy, measuring 36.5 in diameter); United Nations Emergency Force Medal, Israel and Egypt 1956-1957 (in bronze, measuring 35.3 mm in diameter); United Nations Emergency Force II Medal, Israel and Egypt 1973-1979 (in bronze, measuring 35.8 mm in diameter); United Nations Disengagement Observer Force Medal, Golan Heights 1974- , 1 Clasp - "2" (in bronze, measuring 35.5 mm in diameter); International Commission of Control and Supervision Service Medal for Vietnam (in bronze gilt, measuring 35.5 mm in diameter); and QEII Canadian Forces' Decoration, 2 - 10 Year Additional Service Clasps (in gilded tombac brass, engraved "CAPT GA WILLIAMS" on the edge, measuring 38.3 mm (w) x 47.3 mm (h)). Court-mounted, with swing bar pinback, as worn by the veteran, very light contact, soiled original ribbons. Also included is a Miniature Group of Six: Special Service Medal, 1 Clasp - NATO-OTAN (in cupro-nickel, measuring 18 in diameter); United Nations Emergency Force Medal, Israel and Egypt 1956-1957 (in bronze, measuring 18.3 mm in diameter); United Nations Emergency Force II Medal, Israel and Egypt 1973-1979 (in bronze, measuring 18 mm in diameter); United Nations Disengagement Observer Force Medal, Golan Heights 1974- , 1 Clasp - "2" (in bronze, measuring 19 mm in diameter).

 

International Commission of Control and Supervision Service Medal for Vietnam (in bronze gilt, measuring 18 mm in diameter); and QEII Canadian Forces' Decoration, 2 - 10 Year Additional Service Clasps (in bronze gilt, measuring 18.7 mm (w) x 24 mm (h)). Court-mounted, with swing bar pinback, as worn by the veteran, gilt wear on the ICCSSM, oxidation on the edge of the CFD, original ribbons; an additional United Nations Disengagement Observer Force Medal, Golan Heights 1974- (in bronze, measuring 35.8 mm in diameter, with pinback); a ribbon with four rosettes affixed, housed in the Canadian Forces' Decoration Case; four Ribbon Bars (two Five-Ribbon Ribbon Bars: each with United Nations Emergency Force Medal, United Nations Emergency Force II Medal, United Nations Disengagement Observer Force Medal with "2" clasp, International Commission of Control and Supervision Service Medal for Vietnam, Canadian Forces' Decoration with one Rosette; and two Three-Ribbon Ribbon Bars: one with Special Service Medal, United Nations Emergency Force Medal, United Nations Emergency Force II Medal; the other with United Nations Disengagement Observer Force Medal with "2" clasp, International Commission of Control and Supervision Service Medal for Vietnam, Canadian Forces' Decoration with two Rosettes); a QEII Royal Montreal Regiment Cap Badge (in bronze, maker marked "J.R. GAUNT B'HAM" on the intact slider, measuring 27.2 mm (w) x 45.5 mm (h)); a QEII Royal Canadian Ordnance Corps Cap Badge (in bronze gilt with red and navy blue enamels, measuring 34.3 mm (w) x 47 mm (h), intact slider); a Pair of Royal Canadian Regiment Shoulder Titles (left and right-facing set, in bronze gilt, measuring 49.8 mm (w) x 22.5 mm (h) each, both with intact lugs and pin); a United Nations Emergency Force Canada Cap Badge (in bronze gilt with red and white enamels, maker marked "F.T. BICHAY" on the reverse, measuring 50.5 mm (w) x 39.7 mm (h), vertical pinback, chipping evident in the white enamels on the tip of the wreath on the left side); a Canadian Parachute Regiment Badge (in white and yellow embroidery, on a black wool base, measuring 108 mm (w) x 36 mm (h))

 

Two Royal Canadian Air Force Air Command Badges (two-piece construction, in bronze gilt with light blue enamels, one is maker marked "BREADNER CANADA" on the reverse, the other is unmarked, measuring 37.8 mm in diameter each, both with dual push pins, the maker marked version with surface discolouration); a Canadian Armed Forces Logistics Branch Collar Badge (in bronze gilt, measuring 15.5 mm (w) x 15.5 mm (h), dual push pins); a Royal Canadian Legion Medal (in bronze gilt with red, white blue and black enamels, measuring 27 mm (w) x 38.5 mm (h) inclusive of its integral ring, original ribbon suspended from a hanger inscribed "PAST PRESIDENT" with pinback); a Red Cross Badge (in bronze gilt with red and white enamels, maker marked "C. LAMOND MONTREAL" on the reverse, measuring 24 mm in diameter, suspended from a hanger inscribed "SERVICE" with pinback, in plastic case of issue); a Queen Elizabeth II Souvenir Coronation Medal (in bronze, measuring 33.5 mm in diameter); a Compass (marked "ENGINEER DIRECTIONAL COMPASS" on the cover, functional, luminous directional markings on the disk and on the glass, in brown plastic casing with brass securing clip, measuring 74 mm (w) x 54.7 mm (h) x 24.7 mm (d)); a High Decibel Whistle (in chromed white metal, marked "THE METROPOLITAN" and marked "MADE IN ENGLAND" on the shaft, measuring 16.5 mm in diameter x 83 mm in length, attached to full-length black and red braided neck cord via a bronze clip); a Republic of Ireland Two Pence Coin 1975 (in copper, measuring 25.8 mm in diameter); a World's Greatest Cheapskate Lapel Badge (two-piece construction, in bronze gilt with red, blue, white and yellow enamels, copyrighted and maker marked "CUSTOMCARD 1980 TAIWAN" on the reverse, measuring 33.3 mm (w) x 28.5 mm (h), with pinback); and a Cadets Group Photograph (black and white, gloss finish, obverse illustrating nine Royal Canadian Army Cadets standing on the grass in front of a tent, reverse stamped "ROYAL PHOTO SERVICE MONTREAL" and numbered "103", measuring 253 mm (w) x 203 mm (h)). Better than very fine.

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