Engraved, Named 4 Clasp 1934 US Coast Guard Good Conduct Medal Guadalcanal Vet

Engraved, Named 4 Clasp 1934 US Coast Guard Good Conduct Medal Guadalcanal Vet
Engraved, Named 4 Clasp 1934 US Coast Guard Good Conduct Medal Guadalcanal Vet
Engraved, Named 4 Clasp 1934 US Coast Guard Good Conduct Medal Guadalcanal Vet
Engraved, Named 4 Clasp 1934 US Coast Guard Good Conduct Medal Guadalcanal Vet
Engraved, Named 4 Clasp 1934 US Coast Guard Good Conduct Medal Guadalcanal Vet
Engraved, Named 4 Clasp 1934 US Coast Guard Good Conduct Medal Guadalcanal Vet

Engraved, Named 4 Clasp 1934 US Coast Guard Good Conduct Medal Guadalcanal Vet
1934 Engraved US Coast Guard Good Conduct Medal with four engraved clasps indicating four additional awards, named to Chief Gunner’s Mate Pink W. Sanders received his first GCM while serving aboard the Coast Guard Cutter Tampa. The clasps are all engraved and dated as follows: CG-412 6/30/39 (CG-412 was a 81 foot patrol boat); Hunter Liggett 9/30/1942 (the USS Hunter Liggett was a Coast Guard manned attack transport that earned four WWII battle stars including for Guadalcanal); PSC-9 9/30/45; San Juan District 9/30/1948. I found a little information on Sanders on-line; he served aboard the USS Wyoming for gunnery instruction from 31 December 1942 until 24 January 1943. Sanders passed away in 1974 and is interred in Silver Brook. The Navy muster rolls include Sanders’ service number which can be used fro further research. Rare five enlistment USCG medal. Member: ASMIC and OMSA. The item “Engraved, Named 4 Clasp 1934 US Coast Guard Good Conduct Medal Guadalcanal Vet” is in sale since Saturday, February 11, 2017. This item is in the category “Collectibles\Militaria\1919-38\Original Period Items”. The seller is “gyrene66″ and is located in Danbury, Connecticut. This item can be shipped to North, South, or Latin America, to all countries in Europe, to Japan, to Australia.
Engraved, Named 4 Clasp 1934 US Coast Guard Good Conduct Medal Guadalcanal Vet

Engraved, Named 4 Clasp 1934 US Coast Guard Good Conduct Medal Guadalcanal Vet

Engraved, Named 4 Clasp 1934 US Coast Guard Good Conduct Medal Guadalcanal Vet
Engraved, Named 4 Clasp 1934 US Coast Guard Good Conduct Medal Guadalcanal Vet
Engraved, Named 4 Clasp 1934 US Coast Guard Good Conduct Medal Guadalcanal Vet
Engraved, Named 4 Clasp 1934 US Coast Guard Good Conduct Medal Guadalcanal Vet
Engraved, Named 4 Clasp 1934 US Coast Guard Good Conduct Medal Guadalcanal Vet
Engraved, Named 4 Clasp 1934 US Coast Guard Good Conduct Medal Guadalcanal Vet

Engraved, Named 4 Clasp 1934 US Coast Guard Good Conduct Medal Guadalcanal Vet
1934 Engraved US Coast Guard Good Conduct Medal with four engraved clasps indicating four additional awards, named to Chief Gunner’s Mate Pink W. Sanders received his first GCM while serving aboard the Coast Guard Cutter Tampa. The clasps are all engraved and dated as follows: CG-412 6/30/39 (CG-412 was a 81 foot patrol boat); Hunter Liggett 9/30/1942 (the USS Hunter Liggett was a Coast Guard manned attack transport that earned four WWII battle stars including for Guadalcanal); PSC-9 9/30/45; San Juan District 9/30/1948. I found a little information on Sanders on-line; he served aboard the USS Wyoming for gunnery instruction from 31 December 1942 until 24 January 1943. Sanders passed away in 1974 and is interred in Silver Brook. The Navy muster rolls include Sanders’ service number which can be used fro further research. Rare five enlistment USCG medal. Member: ASMIC and OMSA. The item “Engraved, Named 4 Clasp 1934 US Coast Guard Good Conduct Medal Guadalcanal Vet” is in sale since Wednesday, February 01, 2017. This item is in the category “Collectibles\Militaria\1919-38\Original Period Items”. The seller is “gyrene66″ and is located in Danbury, Connecticut. This item can be shipped to North, South, or Latin America, to all countries in Europe, to Japan, to Australia.
Engraved, Named 4 Clasp 1934 US Coast Guard Good Conduct Medal Guadalcanal Vet

Engraved 1919-20 Haitian Campaign Medal Navy Pharmacist’s Mate 1st Marine Brig

Engraved 1919-20 Haitian Campaign Medal Navy Pharmacist's Mate 1st Marine Brig
Engraved 1919-20 Haitian Campaign Medal Navy Pharmacist's Mate 1st Marine Brig
Engraved 1919-20 Haitian Campaign Medal Navy Pharmacist's Mate 1st Marine Brig
Engraved 1919-20 Haitian Campaign Medal Navy Pharmacist's Mate 1st Marine Brig
Engraved 1919-20 Haitian Campaign Medal Navy Pharmacist's Mate 1st Marine Brig
Engraved 1919-20 Haitian Campaign Medal Navy Pharmacist's Mate 1st Marine Brig
Engraved 1919-20 Haitian Campaign Medal Navy Pharmacist's Mate 1st Marine Brig
Engraved 1919-20 Haitian Campaign Medal Navy Pharmacist's Mate 1st Marine Brig
Engraved 1919-20 Haitian Campaign Medal Navy Pharmacist's Mate 1st Marine Brig
Engraved 1919-20 Haitian Campaign Medal Navy Pharmacist's Mate 1st Marine Brig
Engraved 1919-20 Haitian Campaign Medal Navy Pharmacist's Mate 1st Marine Brig
Engraved 1919-20 Haitian Campaign Medal Navy Pharmacist's Mate 1st Marine Brig

Engraved 1919-20 Haitian Campaign Medal Navy Pharmacist's Mate 1st Marine Brig
1919-20 Haitian Campaign Medal Navy amazing engraved on the brim named Pharmacist’s Mate 2nd Class attached to the 1st Marine Brigade otherwise known as. Belonged to Paul E Pirrone who was a Pharmacist Mate. Amazing medal never seen one engraved. Super choice medal Served in Haitian Campaign, China WWI, and Interwar period around the world. Direct from his Estate. More of his medals will be available this week. Earlier that year, the Negro Rebellion. Had erupted throughout Cuba among former black slaves. A 1st Provisional Marine Regiment of 450 men under Colonel. Lincoln Karmany was assembled in Philadelphia. At the same time, a 2nd Provisional Marine Regiment of 750 men under Colonel James Mahoney assembled at Key West, Florida. The two regiments sailed for Cuba aboard the USS Prairie. With 1st Battalion, 2nd Regiment, landing at Havana. And the remainder of the force at Guantanamo. There they combined to form the 1st Provisional Marine Brigade in early June under Karmany, and the United States Marines fanned out in Oriente Province. Occupying 26 towns and controlling all rail traffic in the area. The Marines protected United States sugar plantations. And El Cobre until late July when the Cuban government was able to clamp down on the revolt. Another 1st Marine Brigade. Was created once again during the Occupation of Haiti. This brigade, however, was not considered a “provisional” unit and maintained a permanent establishment in Haiti from 1915 to 1934. The 1st Marine Brigade was considered a separate unit lineage, and it was reactivated in 1941 and expanded to form the 1st Marine Division. The item “Engraved 1919-20 Haitian Campaign Medal Navy Pharmacist’s Mate 1st Marine Brig” is in sale since Saturday, January 21, 2017. This item is in the category “Collectibles\Militaria\1919-38\Original Period Items”. The seller is “stevedwar_0″ and is located in Pacific Palisades, California. This item can be shipped to United States.
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Engraved 1919-20 Haitian Campaign Medal Navy Pharmacist's Mate 1st Marine Brig