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WWI Medals & ID Tag to the Canadian Army Medical Corps

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WWI Medals & ID Tag to the Canadian Army Medical Corps

WWI Medals & ID Tag to the Canadian Army Medical Corps - 1914-15 Star (2108 Pte W. SEAR CAN:A.M.C.); and Victory Medal (2108 L. CPL. W. SEAR. C.A.M.C.). Naming is officially impressed. Un-mounted, light contact, residue in the recessed areas of the Star from cleaning, VM on incorrect British War Medal ribbon, ends sewn together on both ribbons, fine. Accompanied by his Identification Tag (bakelite, octagonal-shaped, stamped "W.SEAR. / 2108 / C. OF E. / 6.CAN.FLD.AMB", 32.5 mm x 37.3 mm).    Footnote: William SEAR was born on September 4, 1882 in Redhill, Surrey, England. He signed his Attestation Paper on November 14, 1914 in Montreal, Quebec, naming his next-of-kin as his wife, Mrs. Annie Sear of Montreal, stating that he has no previous military service, that he was married and that his trade was that of Boilermaker. He was with the 6th Canadian Field Ambulance, as part of the Canadian Army Medical Corps contingent during the Great War.
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