The European - African - Middle Eastern Campaign Medal (EAMECM) is a military award that recognizes the service of U.S. Armed Forces personnel who preformed military duty in the European Theater during World War II. Created on November 6th, 1942 by President Franklin D. Roosevelt's Executive Order 9265 it was originally just a ribbon and there was not a full sized medal until 1947. The first recipient of the medal was General of the Army Dwight Eisenhower.

The European - African - Middle Eastern Campaign Medal (EAMECM) is a military award that recognizes the service of U.S. Armed Forces personnel who preformed military duty in the European Theater during World War II. Created on November 6th, 1942 by President Franklin D. Roosevelt's Executive Order 9265 it was originally just a ribbon and there was not a full sized medal until 1947. The first recipient of the medal was General of the Army Dwight Eisenhower.

American Campaign Medal - WW II (American Theater Medal)

American Campaign Medal - WW II (American Theater Medal)

Insigne de l'Aigle Blanc. Or par Keibel. 91 mm (sans la bélière). Marquages: A.K ( Albert Keibel : 1882-1910) sur la bélière de la couronne. Poinçons: 56 et marque de SPB d'avant 1899 ainsi que A.K sur les serres de l'aigle. Poinçon de contrôle étranger sur l'anneau de bélière. Vendu aux #encheres le 13/11/08 par Lombrail-Teucquam

Insigne de l'Aigle Blanc. Or par Keibel. 91 mm (sans la bélière). Marquages: A.K ( Albert Keibel : 1882-1910) sur la bélière de la couronne. Poinçons: 56 et marque de SPB d'avant 1899 ainsi que A.K sur les serres de l'aigle. Poinçon de contrôle étranger sur l'anneau de bélière. Vendu aux #encheres le 13/11/08 par Lombrail-Teucquam

US World War I: Victory Medal with Champagne-Marne, Ainse-Marne, St. Mihiel, Defence Sector clasps.

US World War I: Victory Medal with Champagne-Marne, Ainse-Marne, St. Mihiel, Defence Sector clasps.

Red Army, 1942

Red Army, 1942

In 1945, the “Victory Ribbon” was created as an award for those who served in World War II. Between 1945 and 1947, the World War I award con...

In 1945, the “Victory Ribbon” was created as an award for those who served in World War II. Between 1945 and 1947, the World War I award con...

Croix de 2e classe de l'ordre de Saint-Vladimir à titre militaire, en or, émaillée, poinçonnée au titre: «56» et du fabriquant: «P O» ou «P S»; présentée avec sa cravate; largeur 49 mm. Époque, Russie impériale, fin XIXe, début XXe. Très bon état. BC Vente aux #encheres du 17/06/14 par Oger Blanchet

Croix de 2e classe de l'ordre de Saint-Vladimir à titre militaire, en or, émaillée, poinçonnée au titre: «56» et du fabriquant: «P O» ou «P S»; présentée avec sa cravate; largeur 49 mm. Époque, Russie impériale, fin XIXe, début XXe. Très bon état. BC Vente aux #encheres du 17/06/14 par Oger Blanchet

Army Good Conduct Medal

Army Good Conduct Medal

Order of the Holy Spirit, enameled gold cross, probably made by Coudray between 1791 and 1814, and probably from Louis-Philippe d'Orleans (1773-1850), the future King Louis-Philippe

Order of the Holy Spirit, enameled gold cross, probably made by Coudray between 1791 and 1814, and probably from Louis-Philippe d'Orleans (1773-1850), the future King Louis-Philippe

The World War II Army of Occupation Medal (AOM) is a decoration awarded to members of the U.S. Army and Air Force who served in specific regions of Europe or Asia following the end of WWII.

The World War II Army of Occupation Medal (AOM) is a decoration awarded to members of the U.S. Army and Air Force who served in specific regions of Europe or Asia following the end of WWII.

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