1915-1916 Rare Long Antique Chromolithograph of Orders, Decorations, Medals, and Ribbons of the British Empire

1915-1916 Rare Long Antique Chromolithograph of Orders, Decorations, Medals, and Ribbons of the British Empire

Estate 1937 British Medal Coronation of King George VI Ladies Ribbon & Orig Box in Collectibles, Militaria, Other Militaria | eBay

Estate 1937 British Medal Coronation of King George VI Ladies Ribbon & Orig Box in Collectibles, Militaria, Other Militaria | eBay

COMMEMORATIVE MEDALS. BRITISH MEDALS. Scotland, The Beggars’ Benison Club, Anstruther, Scotland,

COMMEMORATIVE MEDALS. BRITISH MEDALS. Scotland, The Beggars’ Benison Club, Anstruther, Scotland,

British Gallantry, Orders, and Campaign Ribbons.

British Gallantry, Orders, and Campaign Ribbons.

British Medal For Bravery in the field, SSGT Loval Ayers of the 4th Infantry Division was awarded this medal by the Britt's for action during WWII. He was also awarded the US Army Distinguished Service Cross for Valor in the same action. He was killed in action one month later. American Hero

British Medal For Bravery in the field, SSGT Loval Ayers of the 4th Infantry Division was awarded this medal by the Britt's for action during WWII. He was also awarded the US Army Distinguished Service Cross for Valor in the same action. He was killed in action one month later. American Hero

Estate-Ladies-Size-1937-British-Medal-Coronation-of-King-George-VI-w-Ribbon

Estate-Ladies-Size-1937-British-Medal-Coronation-of-King-George-VI-w-Ribbon

Estate-Ladies-1935-British-Medal-Silver-Jubilee-of-King-George-V-w-Ribbon

Estate-Ladies-1935-British-Medal-Silver-Jubilee-of-King-George-V-w-Ribbon

British World War I: 1914 Mons Star. The majority of recipients were officers and men of the pre-war British army, specifically the British Expeditionary Force (the Old Contemptibles), who landed in France soon after the outbreak of the War and who took part in the Retreat from Mons (hence the nickname 'Mons Star'). 365,622 were awarded in total.

British World War I: 1914 Mons Star. The majority of recipients were officers and men of the pre-war British army, specifically the British Expeditionary Force (the Old Contemptibles), who landed in France soon after the outbreak of the War and who took part in the Retreat from Mons (hence the nickname 'Mons Star'). 365,622 were awarded in total.

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