WW1 Medals To Cpl Olivier Sier, Wounded & Taken Pow At The Somme
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For sale is a WW1 Framed French/Belgium Medals To Corporal Olivier Sier, Who Was Wounded And Taken As A Prisoner Of War At The Battle Of The Somme. This is in excellent condition and is beautifully decorated, and holds a portrait photograph of the Corporal in the centre. He was awarded the 1870 French third republic Value & Discipline medal, 1914-1918 Croix de la Guerre with star citation, ww1 victory medal, French Medal Commemorative of the Great War 1914-1918 (the previous four medals are all present and framed, the next four medal ribbons are missing the medals but were awarded to the corporal). Combatants cross, Medal for civilian prisoners, deportees and hostages of the 1914-1918 Great War, medal for the war wounded, military wounded medal.This is one of the best displays of French/ Belgium medals we’ve been lucky enough to have in our possession. This beautifully presented plaque measures 55cm in length x 48cm in height. These will be sent via Parcelforce express 48 and dispatched within two working days.
Dorset, United Kingdom
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