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  • United States. A World War I Victory Medal, Destroyer
  • United States. A World War I Victory Medal, Destroyer
  • United States. A World War I Victory Medal, Destroyer
  • United States. A World War I Victory Medal, Destroyer
  • United States. A World War I Victory Medal, Destroyer

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United States. A World War I Victory Medal, Destroyer

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United States. A World War I Victory Medal, Destroyer


DESTROYER. In bronze, measuring 36 mm, original ribbon with brooch pinback, light wear and contact, near extremely fine. Accompanied by its 35.3 mm (w) x 13.5 mm (h) Ribbon Bar with bronze star, pinback.


Footnote: The World War I Victory Medal is a service medal of the United States military which was first created in 1919, designed by James Earle Fraser. The medal was originally intended to be created due to an act of the United States Congress. However, the bill authorizing the medal never passed, leaving the service departments to create the award through general orders. The United States Army published orders authorizing the World War I Victory Medal in April 1919 and the U.S. Navy followed in June of that same year. (C:102)
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