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  • A Second War Australian Medal Group to J. Dub Scammell
  • A Second War Australian Medal Group to J. Dub Scammell
  • A Second War Australian Medal Group to J. Dub Scammell
  • A Second War Australian Medal Group to J. Dub Scammell
  • A Second War Australian Medal Group to J. Dub Scammell
  • A Second War Australian Medal Group to J. Dub Scammell
  • A Second War Australian Medal Group to J. Dub Scammell

Item: W2117

A Second War Australian Medal Group to J. Dub Scammell

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A Second War Australian Medal Group to J. Dub Scammell

A Second War Australian Medal Group to J. Dub Scammell - 1939-1945 Star (WX33835 J.DUB SCAMMELL); Pacific Star (WX33835 J.DUB SCAMMELL); Defence Medal (WX33835 J.DUB SCAMMELL); War Medal 1939-1945 (WX33835 J.DUB SCAMMELL); and Australian Service Medal 1939-1945 (WX33835 J.DUB SCAMMELL). Naming is officially impressed. Mounted to a suspension with swing bar pinback, as worn by the veteran, original ribbons, plated, light contact and surface wear, better than very fine. In a hardshelled Waterman's pen case, with three Sunday School Pins (marked Union, St.Margaret's and Baptist), along with a unidentified fourth pin, attached to the white satin lining on the inside lid, case and pins also better than very fine.  Footnote: The prefix "W" denotes Western Australia and the prefix "X" denotes Australian Imperial Forces or Volunteer Overseas Service.
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