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Bronze Star named - Victor J. Ramacciotti


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Hi,


I'm searching all informations about this one.
What do you think about engraving ? WWII good one ?
Thank you very much

 

 

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Blacksmith

Honestly, I clicked on this topic, because I read the title, and wondered, “How in the heck did they fit that last name on there?”

 

I started medal collecting buying hand-engraved BSMs, so I’ve seen a bunch of them.  I have never seen one engraved in a circle like that, but an inclined to think it’s good.  The lettering looks absolutely right, it’s just in a layout that is out of the ordinary, due to the length of the last name.

 

I like it a lot.

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aerialbridge

+1   Doing the oversized "J" with a flourish makes aesthetic sense to fill the void in the center.   Cool medal, be fun to see another one out there where this engraver used the same Plan B.

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Oh thank you !!!!

Thank you very much ! You're awsome ;)

I search any information about units too but i don't find 

Thank you again ;)

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You're welcome.  I looked on both newspapers.com and newspaperArchives.com for any articles on him and didn't come up with any.  Also Google searches yielded no results.

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