Rare war medal sells for £4,600

Jun 25th, 2014 | By

We found this interesting story today, a rare First World War medal awarded to a soldier deep in the Australian outback has sold for five times the expected price after it was unearthed in Chesterfield UK.  The gold Australian Tribute Medal was one of four wartime gongs sold to a private British collector at an
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Medal for seaman killed so close to safe return after war

May 31st, 2014 | By

TWO sisters have spoken of their pride after completing a set of World War II service medals for the father they never knew. Merchant Navy Officer Lieutenant Commander George Anderson died on the eve of VE Day when his ship was sunk by a German submarine off the Scottish coast. Full Story