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Australia 1915 To Commemorate the Landing Medallion

Click image to enlarge Listed in Carlisle as C1915/7. Minted in bronze, silvered bronze, silver and gold (just 4 minted in gold). This one is silvered bronze. One side shows a soldier with arm raised next to a wounded comrade

Australia 1915 Remember the Dardanelles Medallion

Click image to enlarge Listed in Carlisle as C1915/5. Same type as shown in this entry. This particular item slightly nicer than the other with brighter silvering an much finer rims. Coin Information Reference Number: C111805 Country: Australia Year: 1915

British 1905 Victory Medallet

Click image to enlarge 17mm copper medallet, Obverse shows starboard broadside of HMS Victory with VICTORY 1905 below. Reverse reads: FROM B.F.S.S NELSON CENTENARY CONTAINING VICTORY COPPER E.R. VII According to this page these small Victory Medallets were given to

British World War 2 Unofficial ID Disc on French 2 Franc

Click image to enlarge 1931+ French Aluminium Bronze 2 Frances with reverse skimmed off. Engraved in script on the skimmed reverse is: L.N. Ledsham 295067 Holed on both sides, probably for attaching to clothing or a bag. Likely a WW2

ANZAC 1914 to 1918 Unit Badge

Click image to enlarge Circular 56mm cardboard pin with navy blue background with large gold letter A in the centre and the names of 7 Australian WW1 units around the edge. The cardboard is holed with a tricolour string tied

Returned Soldiers ASSOCn RSA Tin Badge

Click image to enlarge 32mm round tin badge with spring pin on the reverse. The badge has a white background with a blue surround. The legend around the edge of the badge reads: RETURNED SOLDIERS’ ASSOCN REMEMBER ANZAC In the

Memorial Hall and Club Appeal April 25 1919 Tin Badge

Click image to enlarge 32mm round tin badge with spring pin on the reverse. The badge depicts a RSSAILA badge at top a brick in the centre and a banner below. The words on the brick read: MEMORIAL HALL AND

ANZAC DAY ANNIVERSARY 1920 Tin Badge

Click image to enlarge 32mm round tin badge with spring pin on the reverse. The badge depicts a white cross with a wreath around with the words ‘IN MEMORY’ on the cross. The background is a red sunrise with black

1914-1918 Honor to Our Splendid Men of the AIF Gilded Medallion

1914-1918 Honor to Our Splendid Men of the AIF Medallion Catalogues by Carlisle as 1914-18/2 this 27mm gilded bronze medallion with suspension was minted by Stokes. 145,000 of the medallions were minted. The obverse shows an AIF soldier holding a

Australia 15ct WW1 Return Fob – Pte J. Tully

Click image to enlarge World War 1 Australian return fob. Depicts a standing AIF solider standing on grass with a rifle in the left in the right hand. Reverse is engraved: Presented TO PTE J. Tully BY the residents of