WW1 victory medal Italy.
R.S.S. manufactured Silver IAB with semi scooped reverse.
JFS IAB in silver. Reverse hardware includes Ball hinge and the elaborate catchplate. Manufacturers mark are capital JFS surrounded by a square.
Silver IAB by manufacturer CW shown in relief with the C over the W.
Note that the catch on this badge has been replaced at some time and is therefore not representative of an original example.
MK4 or as shown in relief M.K.4 silver IAB from the second world war. Note the hinge and catches used on the reverse of this badge.
Silver grade Infanteria Sturm Abzeichen from the manufacturer ShuCo 41. Note the damage from the manufacturing process to the lower arm of the swastika.
Bronze IAB manufactured by RS
Awarded in amazing quantities. Approximately 15 million! This example is interesting in so much as it comes with the original backing card (Basically A5 folded in two like a christmas card) which contains the details of the Soldier receiving the medal and the Russian office that issued it.
South african commemorative official issue coronation medal for George 6th.
On the Obverse King George and Queen Elizabeth are shown in profile accompanied by the wording “KRONING” “CORONATION” and the date “12 – 5 – 1937” around the rim.
On the reverse two lions (Lion and lioness) are depicted together with the inscription “UNIE VAN SUID AFRIKA” “UNION OF SOUTH AFRICA”
Medal was presented to both military and civilian personel alike.
A George 6th General service medal or Campaign service medal to a Corporal of the Sherwood Foresters (Nottinghamshire and Derbyshire Regiment). The bar Palestine 1946-48 denotes service in that theatre of at least 31 days.