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  • United States. A Military Order of the World Wars, by Medallic Art Co.
  • United States. A Military Order of the World Wars, by Medallic Art Co.
  • United States. A Military Order of the World Wars, by Medallic Art Co.
  • United States. A Military Order of the World Wars, by Medallic Art Co.
  • United States. A Military Order of the World Wars, by Medallic Art Co.

Item: M0303-52

United States. A Military Order of the World Wars, by Medallic Art Co.

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United States. A Military Order of the World Wars, by Medallic Art Co.

Instituted in 1919 by General of the Armies John J. Pershing. A gilded bronze Maltese cross with red-enamelled arms, surrounded by laurel wreath, the centre obverse presents the figure of Justice, altogether surmounted by an eagle, reverse centre plain, reverse of eagle maker marked MEDALLIC ART CO. N.Y., and numbered 2860, measuring 37.88 mm (w) x 48.93 mm (h), suspended from a rainbow neck ribbon, with two laurel branches attached, and in overall near very fine condition.
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