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  1. Got a heads up from a friend here. Will get in touch with you, Bob Sinkler. rgds Bart P
  2. You did notice that well, Paul. The type is typical British style and the needle at the back is most certainly British made. rgds Bart P
  3. Thanks mate! I'm quite fond of it! grts from Belgium
  4. Miniature medal grouping of 1st LT. Andrew M. Lucas. Entered service in May 1908. He did service on the US-Mexico border prior to shipping out to Europe for WW1. Fought with the 143rd Machine Gun Battalion in the European theatre of WW1. He was a salesman in California (San Diego) in civil life, born in 1888. Group consists out of the Mexican Border Service Medal, Allied Victory Medal and the French Croix de Guerre with palm leaf. The unit award of the Croix de guerre with palm was issued to military units whose men performed heroic deeds in combat and were subsequently recognized by headquart
  5. Ski, That is what I was talking about! I'll send you a mail tomorrow morning (CET) if you don't mind! rgds Bart
  6. Hi guys, I'm currently researching WW1 Victory Medals for an article. All is going well, expect for the fact that I need to depict some identified WW1 Victory Medals. Perhaps you have one ID'ed, together with perhaps a picture or a State medal or whatever... and you are willing to help me out, please drop me a line! I'll answer your PM right away! Remember I only want a picture and the story you want to share, nothing more. Thanks guys. Bart P
  7. Great job, Oz!!! 17th all the way! rgds Bart P
  8. Hi, Picked these up this weekend and decided to share them with you before framing! 7th June and 9th June 1944. rgds Bart P
  9. My guess is they are both Nam-period. rgds Bart P
  10. Hi guys, I'm visiting the US cemetery of Henri-Chapelle (Belgian Ardennes) this Friday. If anyone would like some pictures of particular gravse, please let me know ASAP! Especially for people who can't get there for any reason, I'd be happy to take some pics! rgds Bart P
  11. http://www.usmilitariaforum.com/forums/index.php?/topic/39028-outstanding-82nd-airborne-grouping-of-captain-fred-w-brandt/page-2?hl=brandt 2nd page of the topic, scroll down half way... rgds Bart P
  12. Hi Jamie, I got the rest of the Brandt grouping, bought here a few years ago... rgds Bart P
  13. Over 100 dollars already??? rgds Bart P
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