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  • WWI M.M. Group of Four,
  • WWI M.M. Group of Four,

Item: C0322

WWI M.M. Group of Four,


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WWI M.M. Group of Four,

Military Medal, George V, (impressed: 42081 FR: SJT: D. BROWN. 10/BY: CAN: F.A.), edge knock on medal at battery number; 1914-15 Star, (impressed: 42081 GNR: D. BROWN. CA:FD:ART:); War and Victory Medals, (impressed: 42081 SJT. D.BROWN. C.F.A.), toned, good very fine. Military Medal- L.G. 11 OCT 1916. Duncan Brown was born on 13th March 1889 in Campbelltown, Scotland and he joined the CEF on 24th September 1914. His M.M. is confirmed in the Abbink Roll.
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