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US Navy Second Nicaraguan Campaign Medal M. No. 7070 1926-1930 Plus Bars 2nd-5th

US Navy Second Nicaraguan Campaign Medal M. No. 7070 1926-1930 Plus Bars 2nd-5th
US Navy Second Nicaraguan Campaign Medal M. No. 7070 1926-1930 Plus Bars 2nd-5th
US Navy Second Nicaraguan Campaign Medal M. No. 7070 1926-1930 Plus Bars 2nd-5th
US Navy Second Nicaraguan Campaign Medal M. No. 7070 1926-1930 Plus Bars 2nd-5th
US Navy Second Nicaraguan Campaign Medal M. No. 7070 1926-1930 Plus Bars 2nd-5th
US Navy Second Nicaraguan Campaign Medal M. No. 7070 1926-1930 Plus Bars 2nd-5th

US Navy Second Nicaraguan Campaign Medal M. No. 7070 1926-1930 Plus Bars 2nd-5th
US Navy Medal No. Original period item war era before WWI-WWII with bar lot of 2nd award to 5th award. Score 0-25 must pay within 24hrs. Or item will be relisted the next day. Thank you for your time. The item “US Navy Second Nicaraguan Campaign Medal M. No. 7070 1926-1930 Plus Bars 2nd-5th” is in sale since Saturday, June 27, 2020. This item is in the category “Collectibles\Militaria\1919-38\Original Period Items”. The seller is “trust_n_buy2018″ and is located in Harlingen, Texas. This item can be shipped to United States.
  • Modified Item: No
  • Country/Region of Manufacture: United States
  • Year: 1926
  • US Military: Navy
  • Material: Bronze
  • No.: 7070

US Navy Second Nicaraguan Campaign Medal M. No. 7070 1926-1930 Plus Bars 2nd-5th

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RUSSIA CIVIL WAR WHITES 1ST KUBAN ICE CAMPAIGN MARCH BADGE, sterling, very rare

RUSSIA CIVIL WAR WHITES 1ST KUBAN ICE CAMPAIGN MARCH BADGE, sterling, very rare
RUSSIA CIVIL WAR WHITES 1ST KUBAN ICE CAMPAIGN MARCH BADGE, sterling, very rare
RUSSIA CIVIL WAR WHITES 1ST KUBAN ICE CAMPAIGN MARCH BADGE, sterling, very rare

RUSSIA CIVIL WAR WHITES 1ST KUBAN ICE CAMPAIGN MARCH BADGE, sterling, very rare
RUSSIA WHITES KUBAN 1ST ICE CAMPAIGN MARCH BADGE MEDAL, ALSO KNOWN AS THE CROWN OF THORNS MEDAL. Awarded to survivors of the march during civil war. A heroic attempt by Czarist royalists against the rising of the Soviet Union in 1917. Very rare example made as a badge in 800 silver with makers hallmarks. About 40mm by 62mm, extremely rare. 1,000 more listing will be posed in a few weeks, have been ill. The item “RUSSIA CIVIL WAR WHITES 1ST KUBAN ICE CAMPAIGN MARCH BADGE, sterling, very rare” is in sale since Monday, December 16, 2019. This item is in the category “Collectibles\Militaria\1919-38\Original Period Items”. The seller is “polishmilitaria” and is located in Fort Lauderdale, Florida. This item can be shipped worldwide.
  • Country/Region of Manufacture: Unknown

RUSSIA CIVIL WAR WHITES 1ST KUBAN ICE CAMPAIGN MARCH BADGE, sterling, very rare

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Marine Corps 1919-1920 Haitian Campaign Medal Whitehead & Hoag Un-numbered

Marine Corps 1919-1920 Haitian Campaign Medal Whitehead & Hoag Un-numbered
Marine Corps 1919-1920 Haitian Campaign Medal Whitehead & Hoag Un-numbered
Marine Corps 1919-1920 Haitian Campaign Medal Whitehead & Hoag Un-numbered
Marine Corps 1919-1920 Haitian Campaign Medal Whitehead & Hoag Un-numbered
Marine Corps 1919-1920 Haitian Campaign Medal Whitehead & Hoag Un-numbered
Marine Corps 1919-1920 Haitian Campaign Medal Whitehead & Hoag Un-numbered
Marine Corps 1919-1920 Haitian Campaign Medal Whitehead & Hoag Un-numbered
Marine Corps 1919-1920 Haitian Campaign Medal Whitehead & Hoag Un-numbered
Marine Corps 1919-1920 Haitian Campaign Medal Whitehead & Hoag Un-numbered

Marine Corps 1919-1920 Haitian Campaign Medal Whitehead & Hoag Un-numbered
RIBBON DRAPE TESTED UV NEGATIVE AS SHOWN IN PHOTO #12. The Haitian Campaign Medal was a military decoration of the United States Navy which was issued in the year 1917 and again in the year 1921. The decoration was intended for service members of both the Navy and Marine Corps who had participated in Haitian peacekeeping actions between the years of 1915 and 1920. The first period of service, for which the Haitian Campaign Medal was authorized, was from July 9 to December 6, 1915. The Haitian Campaign Medal was awarded to any member of the Navy or Marine Corps, who had served on active duty during the aforementioned dates, and was attached to the United States fleet of Rear Admiral William B. The Haitian Campaign Medal was authorized again in December 1921 and was presented to any member of the Navy or Marine Corps who had performed military operations in Haiti between the dates of April 1, 1919 and June 15, 1920. Due to the break in time service, between the two authorizations of the Haitian Campaign Medal, the decoration is commonly referenced as two separate decorations those being the First Haitian Campaign Medal and the Second Haitian Campaign Medal. The medal, itself, is different in appearance depending on which time period the award was authorized although the award ribbon is the same for both periods of award eligibility. For those who served in both time periods of the Haitian Campaign Medal, a campaign clasp is worn on the 1915 version of the medal with a service star worn on the award ribbon. Both the first and second versions of the Haitian Campaign Medal may not be worn simultaneously. Please let me know if there’s anything else I can do for you! The item “MARINE CORPS 1919-1920 HAITIAN CAMPAIGN MEDAL WHITEHEAD & HOAG UN-NUMBERED” is in sale since Tuesday, April 2, 2019. This item is in the category “Collectibles\Militaria\1919-38\Original Period Items”. The seller is “medal_mulisha_store” and is located in Los Angeles, California. This item can be shipped worldwide.
Marine Corps 1919-1920 Haitian Campaign Medal Whitehead & Hoag Un-numbered

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Pre WW1 USMC 1899 Philippine Campaign Medal Split Brooch 1930s Studley

Pre WW1 USMC 1899 Philippine Campaign Medal Split Brooch 1930s Studley
Pre WW1 USMC 1899 Philippine Campaign Medal Split Brooch 1930s Studley

Pre WW1 USMC 1899 Philippine Campaign Medal Split Brooch 1930s Studley
US Marine Corps 1899 Philippine Campaign Medal Split Brooch 1930s Studley. The item “Pre WW1 USMC 1899 Philippine Campaign Medal Split Brooch 1930s Studley” is in sale since Sunday, December 8, 2019. This item is in the category “Collectibles\Militaria\1919-38\Original Period Items”. The seller is “austiriche_0″ and is located in San Clemente, California. This item can be shipped worldwide.
  • Country/Region of Manufacture: Philippines

Pre WW1 USMC 1899 Philippine Campaign Medal Split Brooch 1930s Studley

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U. S. Army Indian Wars Campaign Medal Late 1930s Northern Stamping Contract

U. S. Army Indian Wars Campaign Medal Late 1930s Northern Stamping Contract
U. S. Army Indian Wars Campaign Medal Late 1930s Northern Stamping Contract
U. S. Army Indian Wars Campaign Medal Late 1930s Northern Stamping Contract
U. S. Army Indian Wars Campaign Medal Late 1930s Northern Stamping Contract
U. S. Army Indian Wars Campaign Medal Late 1930s Northern Stamping Contract
U. S. Army Indian Wars Campaign Medal Late 1930s Northern Stamping Contract
U. S. Army Indian Wars Campaign Medal Late 1930s Northern Stamping Contract
U. S. Army Indian Wars Campaign Medal Late 1930s Northern Stamping Contract
U. S. Army Indian Wars Campaign Medal Late 1930s Northern Stamping Contract
U. S. Army Indian Wars Campaign Medal Late 1930s Northern Stamping Contract

U. S. Army Indian Wars Campaign Medal Late 1930s Northern Stamping Contract
UNITED STATES ARMY INDIAN WARS CAMPAIGN MEDAL , W/ FULL WRAP BROOCH. NORTHERN STAMPING LATE 1930S CONTRACT. RIBBON DRAPE TESTED UV NEGATIVE AS SHOWN. The Indian Campaign Medal is a decoration established by War Department General Orders 12, 1907. The medal was retroactively awarded to any soldier of the U. Army who had participated in the American Indian Wars against the Native Americans between 1865 to 1891. The Indian Campaign Medal was established by War Department General Orders 12 in 1907. It was created at the same time as the Civil War Campaign Medal. The initial ribbon was all red; however, two black stripes were added in December 1917 because of the similarity to a ribbon used by the French for the French Legion of Honor. Campaign streamers of the same design as the service ribbon are authorised for display by units receiving campaign credit participation for Indian Wars as early as 1790. The inscriptions for streamers displayed on the organizational flag will be as indicated in the unit’s lineage and honours. The inscriptions for the 14 streamers displayed on the Army flag are listed in AR 840-10 and AR 600-8-22. The Code of Federal Regulations declares service in the following campaigns as requirements for award of the Indian Campaign Medal. Southern Oregon, Idaho, northern California, and Nevada between 1865 and 1868. Against the Comanches and confederate tribes in Kansas, Colorado, Texas, New Mexico, and Indian Territory between 1867 and 1875. Modoc War between 1872 and 1873. Against the Apaches in Arizona in 1873. Against the Northern Cheyennes and Sioux between 1876 and 1877. Nez Perce War in 1877. Bannock War in 1878. Against the Northern Cheyennes between 1878 and 1879. Against the Sheep-Eaters, Piutes, and Bannocks between June and October, 1879. Against the Utes in Colorado and Utah between September 1879 and November 1880. Against the Apaches in Arizona and New Mexico between 1885 and 1886. Against the Sioux in South Dakota between November 1890 and January 1891. Against hostile Indians in any other action in which United States troops were killed or wounded between 1865 and 1891. The Code of Federal Regulations describes the medal as follows. The medal of bronze is 114 inches in diameter. On the obverse is a mounted Indian facing sinister, wearing a war bonnet, and carrying a spear in his right hand. Above the horseman are the words Indian Wars, and below, on either side of a buffalo skull, the circle is completed by arrowheads, conventionally arranged. On the reverse is a trophy, composed of an eagle perched on a cannon supported by crossed flags, rifles, an Indian shield, spear, and quiver of arrows, a Cuban machete, and a Sulu kriss. Below the trophy are the words For Service. The whole is surrounded by a circle composed of the words United States Army in the upper half and thirteen stars in the lower half. The medal is suspended by a ring from a silk moire ribbon 138inches in length and 138 inches in width composed of a red stripe (14 inch), black stripe (316 inch), red band (12inch), black stripe (316 inch), and red stripe (14 inch). The Indian Campaign Medal was issued as a one-time decoration only and there were no devices or service stars authorized for those who had participated in multiple actions. The only attachment authorized to the medal was the silver citation star, awarded for meritorious or heroic conduct. The silver citation star was the predecessor of the Silver Star and was awarded to eleven soldiers between 1865 and 1891. Please let me know if there’s anything else I can do for you! The item “U. S. ARMY INDIAN WARS CAMPAIGN MEDAL LATE 1930S NORTHERN STAMPING CONTRACT” is in sale since Thursday, September 12, 2019. This item is in the category “Collectibles\Militaria\1919-38\Original Period Items”. The seller is “medal_mulisha_store” and is located in Los Angeles, California. This item can be shipped worldwide.
U. S. Army Indian Wars Campaign Medal Late 1930s Northern Stamping Contract

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1st Nicaraguan Campaign Medal1912 #243 1st Type Original

1st Nicaraguan Campaign Medal1912 #243 1st Type Original
1st Nicaraguan Campaign Medal1912 #243 1st Type Original

1st Nicaraguan Campaign Medal1912 #243 1st Type Original
For sale IS A NICARAGUAN CAMPAIGN FOR SERVICE MEDAL AUTHORIZED 22 SEPT 1913 FOR NAVY AND MARINE CORPS PERSONNEL WHO SERVED ASHORE OR ON 8 SPECIFIC SHIPS BETWEEN 29 JULY AND 14 NOVEMBER 1912 MADE BY BB & B UNDER PRIVATE CONTRACT – APPROX 1400 WERE MADE FOR THE NAVY and 1,000 FOR THE MARINES. AND ALL WERE RIM NUMBERED. ON GOOD SHAPE FOR IT’S AGE – EXTREMELY RARE ONE. The item “1ST NICARAGUAN CAMPAIGN MEDAL1912 #243 1ST TYPE ORIGINAL” is in sale since Wednesday, November 6, 2019. This item is in the category “Collectibles\Militaria\1919-38\Original Period Items”. The seller is “semperfienterprises” and is located in Bear, Delaware. This item can be shipped to United States, Canada, United Kingdom, Denmark, Romania, Slovakia, Bulgaria, Czech republic, Finland, Hungary, Latvia, Lithuania, Malta, Estonia, Australia, Greece, Portugal, Cyprus, Slovenia, Japan, China, Sweden, South Korea, Indonesia, Taiwan, South africa, Thailand, Belgium, France, Hong Kong, Ireland, Netherlands, Poland, Spain, Italy, Germany, Austria, Bahamas, Israel, New Zealand, Singapore, Switzerland, Norway, Ukraine, Croatia, Malaysia, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Costa rica, Panama, Trinidad and tobago, Guatemala, Honduras, Jamaica, Brunei darussalam, Iceland, Luxembourg, Paraguay, Viet nam, Uruguay.
1st Nicaraguan Campaign Medal1912 #243 1st Type Original

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Original 1914 US Navy Medal group named, engraved Good Conduct, Mexican Campaign

Original 1914 US Navy Medal group named, engraved Good Conduct, Mexican Campaign
Original 1914 US Navy Medal group named, engraved Good Conduct, Mexican Campaign
Original 1914 US Navy Medal group named, engraved Good Conduct, Mexican Campaign

Original 1914 US Navy Medal group named, engraved Good Conduct, Mexican Campaign
Original 1914 US Navy medal group: named and engraved Good Conduct Medal to Phil E. Waller USS Mississippi dated July 13 1914; USN Mexican Campaign Medal rim-number 3628, WWI Victory Medal, and a Missouri WWI Service Medal; Mex and Victory medals are missing their brooches. All medals came out of an estate sale. I have done limited research; in 1910 Waller was an oiler aboard the USS Pennsylvania by 1920 he was a chief watertender at the Philadelphia Navy Yard , born and died in Missouri. Member: ASMIC and OMSA. The item “Original 1914 US Navy Medal group named, engraved Good Conduct, Mexican Campaign” is in sale since Sunday, November 24, 2019. 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, all countries in Europe, Japan, Australia.
Original 1914 US Navy Medal group named, engraved Good Conduct, Mexican Campaign

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M. No. 67 U. S. MARINE CORPS SECOND NICARAGUAN CAMPAIGN MEDAL U. S. MINT NUMBERED

M. No. 67 U. S. MARINE CORPS SECOND NICARAGUAN CAMPAIGN MEDAL U. S. MINT NUMBERED
M. No. 67 U. S. MARINE CORPS SECOND NICARAGUAN CAMPAIGN MEDAL U. S. MINT NUMBERED
M. No. 67 U. S. MARINE CORPS SECOND NICARAGUAN CAMPAIGN MEDAL U. S. MINT NUMBERED
M. No. 67 U. S. MARINE CORPS SECOND NICARAGUAN CAMPAIGN MEDAL U. S. MINT NUMBERED
M. No. 67 U. S. MARINE CORPS SECOND NICARAGUAN CAMPAIGN MEDAL U. S. MINT NUMBERED
M. No. 67 U. S. MARINE CORPS SECOND NICARAGUAN CAMPAIGN MEDAL U. S. MINT NUMBERED
M. No. 67 U. S. MARINE CORPS SECOND NICARAGUAN CAMPAIGN MEDAL U. S. MINT NUMBERED
M. No. 67 U. S. MARINE CORPS SECOND NICARAGUAN CAMPAIGN MEDAL U. S. MINT NUMBERED
M. No. 67 U. S. MARINE CORPS SECOND NICARAGUAN CAMPAIGN MEDAL U. S. MINT NUMBERED
M. No. 67 U. S. MARINE CORPS SECOND NICARAGUAN CAMPAIGN MEDAL U. S. MINT NUMBERED
M. No. 67 U. S. MARINE CORPS SECOND NICARAGUAN CAMPAIGN MEDAL U. S. MINT NUMBERED

M. No. 67 U. S. MARINE CORPS SECOND NICARAGUAN CAMPAIGN MEDAL U. S. MINT NUMBERED
ORIGINAL UNITED STATES MARINE CORPS SECOND NICARAGUAN CAMPAIGN MEDAL, W/ LOCKING CATCH SPLIT WRAP BROOCH. RIBBON DRAPE TESTED UV NEGATIVE AS SHOWN. The Second Nicaraguan Campaign Medal is a campaign medal of the United States Navy & Marine Corps which was authorized by an act of the United States Congress on 8 November 1929. The Second Nicaraguan Campaign Medal was awarded for service during operations in Nicaragua from 1926 to 1933. An earlier campaign medal, the Nicaraguan Campaign Medal, was awarded for service in Nicaragua 1912. The Second Nicaraguan Campaign Medal was considered a separate award from the first version of the medal and Navy regulations permitted the receipt and wear of both decorations, if so authorized. Southerland, who had been in overall command of both Nicaraguan campaigns, was the first recipient of both versions of the Nicaraguan Campaign Medal. The Second Nicaraguan Campaign Medal appeared as a medal suspended from a red ribbon with several white stripes. The medal displayed a woman (representing Columbia), armed with a sword, defending two other figures with a cloak. The medal bore the words Second Nicaraguan Campaign with the dates 1926 1930 displayed on the medals edges (although the medal was authorized until 1933). No devices were authorized. Please let me know if there’s anything else I can do for you! The item “M. No. 67 U. S. MARINE CORPS SECOND NICARAGUAN CAMPAIGN MEDAL U. S. MINT NUMBERED” is in sale since Thursday, April 4, 2019. This item is in the category “Collectibles\Militaria\1919-38\Original Period Items”. The seller is “medal_mulisha_store” and is located in Los Angeles, California. This item can be shipped worldwide.
  • Modified Item: No

M. No. 67 U. S. MARINE CORPS SECOND NICARAGUAN CAMPAIGN MEDAL U. S. MINT NUMBERED

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United States Marine Corps Second Haitian Campaign Medal #585 USMC wrap brooch

United States Marine Corps Second Haitian Campaign Medal #585 USMC wrap brooch
United States Marine Corps Second Haitian Campaign Medal #585 USMC wrap brooch
United States Marine Corps Second Haitian Campaign Medal #585 USMC wrap brooch
United States Marine Corps Second Haitian Campaign Medal #585 USMC wrap brooch
United States Marine Corps Second Haitian Campaign Medal #585 USMC wrap brooch

United States Marine Corps Second Haitian Campaign Medal #585 USMC wrap brooch
The medal is numbered 585 and has a full wrap brooch. The medal is in very good to excellent condition, the ribbon is worn and frayed. This medal was reribboned at some point. The item “United States Marine Corps Second Haitian Campaign Medal #585 USMC wrap brooch” is in sale since Sunday, July 14, 2019. This item is in the category “Collectibles\Militaria\1919-38\Original Period Items”. The seller is “ttfn” and is located in Memphis, Tennessee. This item can be shipped to United States.
  • Country/Region of Manufacture: United States

United States Marine Corps Second Haitian Campaign Medal #585 USMC wrap brooch

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Navy West Indies Campaign Specially Meritorious Service Cross Medal Span-am War

Navy West Indies Campaign Specially Meritorious Service Cross Medal Span-am War
Navy West Indies Campaign Specially Meritorious Service Cross Medal Span-am War
Navy West Indies Campaign Specially Meritorious Service Cross Medal Span-am War
Navy West Indies Campaign Specially Meritorious Service Cross Medal Span-am War
Navy West Indies Campaign Specially Meritorious Service Cross Medal Span-am War
Navy West Indies Campaign Specially Meritorious Service Cross Medal Span-am War
Navy West Indies Campaign Specially Meritorious Service Cross Medal Span-am War
Navy West Indies Campaign Specially Meritorious Service Cross Medal Span-am War

Navy West Indies Campaign Specially Meritorious Service Cross Medal Span-am War
A great filler piece for one of the rarest U. Medals, only around 99 are known to have been issued. UNITED STATES NAVY WEST INDIES CAMPAIGN SPECIALLY MERITORIOUS SERVICE CROSS MEDAL. RIBBON DRAPE TESTED UV NEGATIVE AS SHOWN. Type IV (1937): This was the type III badge rotated approximently 30 degrees. The eagle suspension was replaced with a large (37 mm x 30 1/2 mm) Air Corps devise. The reverse was marked “Pilgrim Badge/Boston” on the reverse. This version resulted from the order’s involvement with lobbying Congress for an expanded Air Corps and attract aviators to its ranks. Unable to obtain Congressional approval to wear this badge on the uniform, it was revoked and the order reverted to the Type III version. The Army & Navy Union formed without restriction to service within a particular War i. The Civil War, The Indian Wars, etc. The founders realized that those organizations would swell in membership, but over time their ranks would dwindle and then cease to exist. So, they did not make service in a particular action a criterion for membership. In 1886 it became a National Organization which was permanent for all veterans. Their charge was to Promote loyalty to the country, assemble comrades in order to perpetuate a spirit of fraternity, present social affairs, and befriend ex-servicemen and woman who might need help in securing employment, in caring for the sick, and in burying their dead. Please let me know if there’s anything else I can do for you! The item “NAVY WEST INDIES CAMPAIGN SPECIALLY MERITORIOUS SERVICE CROSS MEDAL SPAN-AM WAR” is in sale since Friday, May 10, 2019. This item is in the category “Collectibles\Militaria\1919-38\Original Period Items”. The seller is “medal_mulisha_store” and is located in Los Angeles, California. This item can be shipped worldwide.
Navy West Indies Campaign Specially Meritorious Service Cross Medal Span-am War