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  • Canada. An Efficiency Medal, to Corporal W.J. Gurnon, Victoria Rifles of Canada
  • Canada. An Efficiency Medal, to Corporal W.J. Gurnon, Victoria Rifles of Canada
  • Canada. An Efficiency Medal, to Corporal W.J. Gurnon, Victoria Rifles of Canada

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Canada. An Efficiency Medal, to Corporal W.J. Gurnon, Victoria Rifles of Canada

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Canada. An Efficiency Medal, to Corporal W.J. Gurnon, Victoria Rifles of Canada

George V, with Canada scroll (CPL. W.J. GURNON VIC. RIF. OF C.). Naming is officially impressed. Bruised, edge nicks, contact marks, replacement ribbon, fine.

 

Footnote: William James Gurnon of 549 Regiment, A Company, was born in Canada and enlisted on May 1, 1924 at age 24. He received the Efficiency Medal in 1936. Information from McCord Museum.

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