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eMedals-Bulgaria, France, Romania, United States. Five Medals

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Bulgaria, France, Romania, United States. Five Medals



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Bulgaria, France, Romania, United States. Five Medals

Bulgaria, People's Republic: Medal for Military Merit 1950-1991 (in bronze gilt, measuring 33 mm in diameter, original ribbon, mounted to a five-sided aluminum suspension with pinback); France, Third Republic: Military Medal, Type III with Uniface Trophy-of-Arms (in silver gilt with blue enamels, measuring 27.5 mm (w) x 46 mm (h) inclusive of its trophy-of-arms suspension, chipping and loss evident in the blue enamels on both centrepiece rings, original ribbon); two Romania, People's Republic medals: Liberation form the Fascist Yoke Medal (in bronze gilt, measuring 32 mm in diameter, original ribbon, mounted to a five-sided brass suspension with pinback); and 50th Anniversary of the Romanian Communist Party 1921-1971 (in bronze gilt with red enamels, lacquered obverse, measuring 35 mm in diameter, 1921-1971 RCR clasp affixed to its original ribbon, mounted to a six-sided brass suspension with pinback); United States: Civil War Battle of Westport 125th Anniversary Re-enactment Official Commemorative Medal 1864-1989 (in bronze gilt, measuring 34.2 mm in diameter, original ribbon with pinback, on its card of issue, numbered "141 of 1,000"). Ranging from fine to extremely fine.


Footnote: The Battle of Westport, sometimes referred to as the "Gettysburg of the West," was fought on October 23, 1864, in modern Kansas City, Missouri, during the American Civil War. Union forces under Major General Samuel R. Curtis decisively defeated an outnumbered Confederate force under Major General Sterling Price. This engagement was the turning point of Price's Missouri Expedition, forcing his army to retreat. The battle ended the last major Confederate offensive west of the Mississippi River, and for the remainder of the war the United States Army maintained solid control over most of Missouri. This battle was one of the largest to be fought west of the Mississippi River, with over 30,000 men engaged.

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