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Named WWI UK KIA "Death Penny" Grouping
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ARTIFACT: This is a Named World War I United Kingdom KIA, or Killed in Action, "Death Penny" Grouping of George Edward Flanagan
VINTAGE: Circa WWI.
SIZE: Approximately: Bronze Medal with Frame 5-7/8" each side (Square); Medal: 1-3/8" diameter Ribbon: ribbon to medal 2" in length x 1-1/4" in width.
MATERIALS / CONSTRUCTION: Bronze, leatherette, steel, silk, and silver.
ATTACHMENT: Horizontal "safety" type pin on medal.
MARKINGS: WWI Service Medal: 32322767 PTE. G. E. FLANAGAN. C. O. R.
ITEM NOTES: This is from a British Militaria collection which we will be listing more of over the next few months. MABEX17 LBGEX06/08/19 PSLBIJX07/02/19 SBIJX01/21
CONDITION: 8+ (Excellent): This plaque has minor wear, probably from polish. The frame is in good shape, b ut has been opened, and the tacks are missing from the back. The medal has amazing patina and heavy fading to the ribbon overall (There looks to be some glue at one end of the ribbon) and minor fraying and edge of the ribbon, overall excellent condition.