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Medal News: War and disease

Latest Medal News Issue:
War and disease
Issue #402 / December, 2014

In this issue:

  • Conspicuous Gallantry Cross survey
    The first 20 years of awards
  • No Pinchbeck
    A veteran of the Napoleonic wars
  • A very superior rating
    Four decades of service
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Medal News Headlines

Coming soon....Tues, 16 December 2014
New from Token in the New Year - Honour those mentioned in the Great War!
Yes every single gazetted "Mention in Despatches" for Officers and men of British and Dominion forces in World War I is listed for the very first time all together! Covering three volumes this incredible...
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War and diseaseThurs, 4 December 2014
Better safe…

A number of readers have contacted us recently regarding the issue of storage of their collections, and more importantly, the security matters relating to that storage. In an ideal world we collectors may well wish to have our medals on display, neatly framed on the walls of...
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Lt Col. Ashley TinsonThurs, 20 November 2014
It is with great sadness that we learn of the death of Lt Colonel Ashley Tinson. Ashley was a good friend of ours and authored two of our most popular books - "Medals Will be Worn" and Wearing your medals in Civilian clothes" as well as a number of other works. The announcement of...
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Brother in ArmsMon, 17 November 2014
This month? All about the man

"They went with songs to the battle, they were young.
Straight of limb, true of eye, steady and aglow.
They were staunch to the end against odds uncounted,
They fell with their faces to the foe.

"They shall grow not old, as we...
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Lost in transit?Thurs, 13 November 2014
Missing in the post between the UK and Canada ,  
 
Casualty (WW1) Queens South Africa Medal (no clasp) named to J Clarke, LG.STO.2.CL. HMS Partridge.
 
John Clarke was born at Field Dalling, Norfolk. Clarke was discharged Dead 22nd September 1914 when HMS...
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