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eMedals-Rare Colonial Meritorious Service Pair

Item: C0355

Rare Colonial Meritorious Service Pair

$3,600

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Rare Colonial Meritorious Service Pair

Permanent Forces of the Empire Beyond the Seas Long Service and Good Conduct Medal, George V. (ART. S.M.(W.O. CL. 1) E. RADFORD. R.C.O.C.); Colonial Meritorious Service Medal "Canada", George V. (ART (S.M.(W.O.1.) E. RADFORD R.C.O.C.). Naming is officially impressed on both. Extremely fine. Accompanied by copies of his Attestation Paper, Service Records, Medical Records, Dental Records, Discharge Certificate and citations. Footnote: Edwin Radford was born in March 1882 in Cullampton, Devonshire, England. He signed his Attestation Paper on November 20, 1918 in Halifax, Nova Scotia, estblished that he was married to Barbara Radford and listed his trade as Saddler. Radford was a member of the Royal Canadian Ordinance Corps 9th Detachment, Permanent Force when he enlisted for service in the CEF and served as a member of Canada's East Coast defence. Upon demobilization, he was discharged from service, August 31, 1919. He was cited for his PFEBSLSGC (G.O. 50, 1925) and CMSM (G.O. 21, 1929) accordingly.
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