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  • WWI 3rd Canadian Infantry – KIA
  • WWI 3rd Canadian Infantry – KIA
  • WWI 3rd Canadian Infantry – KIA
  • WWI 3rd Canadian Infantry – KIA

Item: C0246

WWI 3rd Canadian Infantry – KIA


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WWI 3rd Canadian Infantry – KIA

1914-15 Star, British War Medal and Victory Medal. (9240 A.C.Q.M. SJT. E.A. ROGERS. 3 - CAN. INF.) Naming is officially impressed. All three medals are polished, featuring crisp detail and are professionally mounted. Also included and mounted is the bronze Memorial Plaque (Death Penny), which has been plated, named EDWIN A. ROGERS, still featuring equally crisp detail. A printed plate below states "9240 Company Quartermaster Sargeant, EDWIN ARTHUR ROGERS, 3rd Canadian Infantry Battalion, Toronto Regiment, Died of Wounds - October 5th, 1923, Buried in Prospect Cemetery - Toronto". All three medals and the plaque have beautiful patinas, in extremely fine condition. Footnote: Edwin Arthur Rogers was born in July 1894 in Briston, England. He signed his Attestation Paper on September 22, 1914, listed his trade as Clerk and that he had twelve months previous military experience.
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