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From: "Nivard Ovington" <>
Subject: Re: [SRY] WW1 Medals
Date: Sat, 29 Dec 2007 18:26:41 -0000
You can buy copies quite easily try ebay or google for replica WW1 medals
Or buy a copy of medal news (Token publishing) where you will find many
adverts for copy medals
Do you know he was actually entitled to all three medals, perhaps from his
medal card ?
You might also consider buying an original of another soldier who was
entitled, that way you can help look after it for him and know it will be
preserved in a caring way
Which ever way you go, do be sure what you are buying, make sure that if its
advertised as original it actually is original and not a replica
Best wishes Nivard Ovington, in Cornwall (UK)
> Hello All,
> I was interested to see that medal ribbons could be replaced. How about
> the medals themselves? I have the complete set of 3 medal ribbons from
> my great uncle who was killed in 1918, but only 2 of the medals. The
> middle one (the silver one) is missing and I am really puzzled as they
> were a close family and I find it hard to believe that they would have
> sold one. I would love to replace it.
> Happy New Year everyone.
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