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Medal News Headlines
- Lost in the postThurs, 5 May 2016
- From Lockdales auction:
Lot 789 WW2 Casualty group to 5127225 Pte John Ronald Hayward (Haywood) 1/7th Bn R. Warwickshire Regt. Killed 18/7/1944. Buried Fontenay-Le-Pesnel War Cemetery, Tessel. Lived Bedworth Nr Nuneaton. Lot includes named Casualty medal slip, named box of issue,...
- Glorious RewardFri, 29 April 2016
- Broadening our horizons
SOMETIMES, as a medal collector, it is easy to forget that military history holds an interest for many outside our relatively narrow hobby. Many of us have, I am sure, been to militaria fairs and so are familiar with the concept that other things “military”...
- Stop ThiefFri, 8 April 2016
- Stolen in a burglary in early March
WWII DFC engraved to the recipient Fl Lt R F Owen. Registered as stolen with Greater Manchester Police – Crime Reference Number 044040V/16.
Contact: PC Chris Boardman firstname.lastname@example.org Tel: 0161 8568181
- Medal for DeccanWed, 30 March 2016
- Inspirational thinking
THE recent decision by Ashby School in Leicestershire to look at selling the Victoria Cross of Lieutenant-Colonel Philip Bent of the 9th Battalion Leicestershire Regiment, bequeathed to the then Ashby Boy’s Grammar School by the late Colonel’s mother (see “News &...
- Battleships at warTues, 1 March 2016
- Medals will be worn — the law says it’s OK
A DECADE ago the medal hobby in America was somewhat concerned about the Stolen Valor Act which, on the surface, seemed to prevent any collector holding medals which they didn’t legitimately earn as part of their service. Those fears were soon...