George N. Wilhelmsen

Orders, Medals and Military Collectables

You can contact me via e-mail at gwilhelmsen@earthlink.net

or telephone at 415-753-1959

or write to me at P. O. Box 225004, San Francisco, CA 94122-5004.

 

Updated for February 2, 2019

I am always interested in buying medals, insignia, and patches.

I also carry many other medals, insignia, and patches. Send an e-mail with your want list.

 

Conditions of Sale

All items are described to the best of my ability, and are subject to a 15 day return privilege for an immediate refund. Items must be returned in the same condition as received. All prices and availabilities are subject to change without prior notice.

Payment for items ordered over the phone or by e-mail must be sent within 5 working days, or transaction is void.

Accepted means of payment are money orders and certified bank checks. Personal checks accepted but must clear bank before shipment (unless known to me). I do not accept credit cards. Please make money orders or checks payable to George N. Wilhelmsen.

I can not offer any dealer or quantity discounts. I feel my items are competitively priced for the collector.

All orders are sent out insured. Please use the following to estimate how much to add to your order to cover postage and insurance.

 

For orders of

up to $100 add $8.00

$101 - $300 add $10.00

$301 - and above add $16.00

Postage might vary up or down, depending on the overall weight of the items ordered.

Postage for books is $3.00 for the first book, and 75 cents for each additional book.

Books are sent book rate (7 to 14 working days).


U.S. MEDALS 

Coast Guard Distinguished Service Medal

$35

Silver Star

$22

Legion of Merit (Officer degree with LOM device on ribbon)

$24

Legion of Merit (Legionnaire)

$20

Distinguished Flying Cross

$19

Soldier's Medal

$19

Navy and Marine Corps Medal

$19

Airman's Medal

$19

Coast Guard Medal         

$19

Coast Guard Medal (with the red stripe on ribbon)

$24

Defense Meritorious Service Medal           

$10

Meritorious Service Medal         

$10

Air Medal        

$16

Joint Service Commendation Medal           

$19

Army Commendation Medal          

$10

Navy Commendation Medal           

$10

Air Force Commendation Medal           

$10

Coast Guard Commendation Medal         

$10

Transportation 9-11 Medal (Coast Guard)

$10

Joint Service Achievement Medal           

$10

Army Achievement Medal           

$10

Air Force Achievement Medal           

$10

Navy Achievement Medal           

$10

Coast Guard Achievement Medal           

$10

P.O.W. Medal           

$9

Navy Good Conduct Medal           

$10

Marine Good Conduct Medal           

$10

Coast Guard Good Conduct Medal           

$10

Coast Guard Reserve Good Conduct Medal           

$10

Army National Guard Achievement Medal           

$9

Air Reserve Forces Meritorious Service Medal           

$9

Selected Marine Corps Reserve Medal          

$10

Women's Army Corps Service Medal           

$10

American Defense Medal           

$9

American Campaign Medal           

$9

Asiatic-Pacific Campaign Medal           

$9

European - African - Middle Eastern Campaign Medal          

$9

Medal for Humane Action (Berlin Airlift)           

$10

National Defense Service Medal           

$9

Korean Service Medal           

$9

Arctic Service Medal (Coast Guard)          

$10

Armed Forces Expeditionary Medal          

$9

Southwest Asia Service Medal          

$9

Kosovo Campaign Medal           

$9

Humanitarian Service Medal           

$9

Armed Forces Service Medal           

$9

Outstanding Military Volunteer Service Medal           

$9

Air and Space Campaign Medal           

$9

NATO Service Medal for Bosnia w/bar (for U.S. Troops)           

$10

U N Observer Medal           

$10

Republic of Vietnam Gallantry Cross (with palm on ribbon)           

$14

Republic of Vietnam Gallantry Cross (plain ribbon)         

$12

Kuwait Liberation Medal (Emirate of Kuwait)          

$13

ROK Korean Service Medal (recently authorized)       

$15

Coast Guard Expert Riflemen Medal           

$9

Coast Guard Expert Pistol Shot Medal      

$9


OLDER U. S. MEDALS

WW II Named Legion of Merit to a U.S. Army Air Corps/Air Force Brig. General. Comes with copied NPRC service file and other research. Click for photos: LOMOS.JPG LOMRS.JPG

$200

Named Legion of Merit to a U.S. Army Colonel in the Ordnance Corps. Three insignia are included. The Senior EOD badge is pin-back and marked "STERLING" and maker marked "HAYWARD". Comes with some research. Click for photos: LOMOM.JPG LOMRM.JPG INSM.JPG

$180

Legion of Merit Chief Commander breast star maker marked "12 C". Produced by CORO sometime between the mid-1950's and mid-1960's. One of the ball ends is slightly bent, which caused some minor damage to the red enamel, but does not detract from the appearance of the breast star. Click for photos: LMCCO.JPG LMCCD.JPG LMCCR.JPG

$190

WW II U.S. Navy Air Medal Group to ARM2c Gale E. Moreland a PBY Black Cat crewman. Comes with the following items:

  • Correct Navy type Air Medal in black presentation case. Air Medal is in excellent condition, but case shows some wear, and is discolored in some areas.
  • Two campaign medals, Victory Medal, and their ribbon bars.
  • Aircrew wings - pin back and maker marked "AMICO" / "STERLING".
  • ARM2c rating with the date 1944 stitched on the back.
  • Two wallet cards named to Moreland for "Imperial Domain of the Golden Dragon" and "Ancient Order of the Deep." The cards are difficult to find.
  • A 1945 newspaper clipping about Moreland and his crew rescuing two USMC aviators.
  • Eleven small period photographs of Moreland and other crew members.
  • Copied award card for his Air Medal for flights occurring between Aug 1944 and July 1945.
  • One page NARA summery of his naval service.
  • Several pages copied from the VPB-23 squadron history.

Click for photos: AMG1.JPG AMG2.JPG AMG3.JPG AMG4.jpg

$400

WW II Named Navy Good Conduct Medal with a slot brooch. Stamped engraved to MARCUS / S / NOACK / 1946. I have some information from the U.S. Navy muster rolls, which indicates he was a HA1c and that he served on several different ships. The U.S. Marine Corps muster rolls indicate that he was attached as HA1c with them from Oct.1946 to April 1947. The silver I.D. bracelet is engraved with name and service number. Bracelet is marked "SILVER / MEXICO". Copied internet research is included to help in further research. Click for photos: NGCNO.JPG NGCNR.JPG

$50

WW II Named Navy Good Conduct Medal with a slot brooch. Stamped engraved in the small font style RALPH B. JOHNSON / 1944. This is the less common style found on Navy GCM. I have some information from the U.S. Navy muster rolls, which indicates he was a RM1c and that he served on several different ships, including the USS Rigel and USS Vireo. Copied internet research is included to help in further research.

WW II Named Navy Good Conduct Medal with a slot brooch. Stamped engraved in the small font style CHARLES GEORGE KLINE / 1945. I have some information from the U.S. Navy muster rolls, which indicates he was a WT2c and that he served on several different ships, including the USS California BB-44 (from at least Sept. 1942 to Aug. 1943 during the reconstruction process) and USS The Sullivans. Copied internet research is included to help in further research. Click for photos: CGKO.JPG CGKR.JPG

$35 each

WW II Air Medal with slot brooch - not named, but attributed to Army Captain Stevenson (Artillery and Headquaters Officer), who was attached to the field artillery of the 40th Infantry Division. The Air Medal was awarded for eight flights over enemy held ground near Luzon, Panay, and Negros, P. I. The medal comes in the black presentation case with lapel pin. An original press release, on tissue-type paper, from the 40th Infantry Division detailing the award of the Air Medal was found folded inside the medal case. Nice original WW II 40th Infantry Division patch is included. Research includes photocopies from several U.S. Army Registers of Officers, and internet research. The U.S. Army Registers of Officers indicate that he was entitled to only one Air Medal and a Commendation Ribbon. Click for photos: DSAO.JPG DSAR.JPG DSAP.JPG

$90

WW II Named Legion of Merit with a slot brooch in the black presentation case. Officially hand engraved to Harry L. Winfrey Jr. He was a Technical Sergeant with the 3175th Signal Service Company of the U.S. Army Signal Corps which served in North Africa. The Legion of Merit comes with some photocopied documents, but not his complete service record. A photocopy of Winfrey's report of separation and honorable discharge is included, which lists his unit and dates of service and medals earned (EAME Theater ribbon, Good Conduct ribbon, and WW II Victory Medal), but does not list the Legion of Merit. Further research needs to be done to locate the citation for the Legion of Merit.

On Winfrey's separation qualification record, under his summary of military occupations, he states he performed the following duties:

"RADIO REPAIRMAN - Installed radio transmitters and radio teletype receivers. Supervised all installations and maintenance work. In charge of 11 men. Repaired radio receivers and high speed tape equipment."

I would speculate that his Legion of Merit was for supervising men and materials.

WW II Legion of Merit awards to enlisted and NCO ranks were not common when compared to those awarded to officers. Below is a list of numbers awarded to the enlisted and NCO ranks:

  • Master/First Sergeant - 964
  • Technical Sergeant - 602
  • Staff Sergeant - 710
  • Sergeant - 444
  • Corporal/Tech -5 - 191
  • PFC - 74
  • Private - 118

Compare these numbers to 7025 Legion of Merit awards to Colonels for WW II. Click for photos: LOMWO.JPG LOMWR.JPG

$250

WW I to early WW II numbered (#2604) Army Distinguished Service Medal. The DSM is the version with the larger number size. The split wrap brooch is missing, but the ribbon drape is correct. Click for photos: D6665O.JPG D6668R.JPG D6671#.JPG

$300

WW II U.S. Navy Distinguished Flying Cross with a slot brooch; pendant is the two-piece construction with frosted finish. Click for photos: DFCNO.jpg DFCNR.jpg

$75

WW II Navy Distinguished Flying Cross and Air Medal group named to ARM1c Kenneth E. Larson attached to VP-74. Comes with both the small black titled Navy cases with lapel pin and 1/2 inch ribbon bars. The Air Medal case has a paper label attached to the bottom indicating the awards to Larson. Both medals are machine engraved "K E LARSON" upside down on the reverse of each pendant (so name could be read if flipped up). Stamped in red ink on the lower part of the front of each case pad is "JUL 26 1946" presumably the date the medals were received by the 9th Naval District or presented to Larson, who was then out of the service. The DFC has a slot brooch; pendant is two-piece construction with finish somewhat brighter than early WW II procurement. The AM has a wrap brooch, and also has the two-piece pendant construction. The group also includes his air crew wings with three stars, marked sterling; clutch backed frame with 10 ribbons in four rows (DFC, AM, with one 5/8inch silver star, NUC, GCM with 4 linked stars, ADSM, Am Camp, EAME with 1 star, AP with 1 star, WW II Victory, and Phil Lib with 1 star); and a black RM1c rate patch. Clutches on air crew wings and ribbon bar frame are early jeweler style (one of the clutch pins is broken off the ribbon bar frame, but present). Included are 16 pages of photocopies from Larson's personnel file (St. Louis file). Larson entered active duty on Dec. 6, 1940, joined VP-55 in June 1941, re-designated VP-74 the following month, discharged Oct. 16, 1945, USNR service 1947-55 and 1957-61. Included are photocopies of the Board of Decorations and Medals cards for the AM and DFC awards, all made under flight/strike criteria in 1946, for a total of 35 flights from Dec. 21, 1944 to Apr. 30, 1945. The squadron flew PBM-3S Mariners from Coco Solo in the Canal Zone during this period, credited with destroying 5 German submarine in the Atlantic in 1943. Also comes with photocopies of a history of VP-74 and two chronologies. Click for photos: LGM.JPG LGR.JPG LGB.JPG

$550

WW II Legion of Merit with slot brooch awarded to George T. Littlefield (not named). He is listed in the official register of "Reserve and National Guard on Active Duty" dated July 31, 1941, as a 1st Lt. in the Corps of Engineers at the New Orleans Army Sup. Base. A 3 X 5 index card found inside the presentation case, which has slightly turned brown from age, is named to him as a "Major Geroge T. Littlefield". George is spelled wrong. On the other side of the card it states "CITATION AND GENERAL ORDER WILL BE PRESENTED OR FORWARDED TO RECIPIENT AS CIRCUMSTANCES DICTATE, AND WILL NOT BE FOLDED UNDER ANY CONDITIONS". The Legion of Merit comes in the black presentation case with ribbon bar, and an extra piece of ribbon. The only information I have on Major Littlefield is his service number, hometown, dates of birth and death, and SSN to use for further research. The Legion of Merit is in very nice condition; white paper label residue on the case lid can probably be removed. Click for photos: LMLO.JPG LMLR.JPG LMLB.JPG

$100

WW II Numbered Legion of Merit (11638) with a wrap brooch. Some soiling to the ribbon drape. Click for photos: NLMO.JPG NLMR.JPG

$125

Current type Navy Cross with a crimp brooch maker marked "G-23". Click for photos: CNCO.JPG CNCR.JPG

$50

Silver Star medals both on crimp brooches and both maker marked "GRACO - GI". The one on the left has a thicker pendant then the one on the right, due to different dies being used. Click for photos: SSGO.JPG SSGR.JPG SSCV.JPG

$25 each

WW II U.S. Navy Good Conduct Medal bar group to Martin John Klee, Jr. an Aviation Machinist's Mate. Comes with complete NPRC service record. Click for photos: GCKO.JPG GCKR.JPG

$100

WW II Named Navy Good Conduct Medal with a slot brooch and stamped engraved naming. No official record research has been done, but does include his SSN and obituary for further research. Click for photos: RBGCO.JPG RBGCR.JPG

$45

Bronze Star Medal with a crimp brooch maker marked "LIGI" The style of maker mark puts this Bronze Star into the late 1980's to early 1990's time frame. It has the ribbon bar and lapel pin. The medal comes in the large, blue, plush-lined presentation case. Some minor scuffmarks to case, otherwise all is in excellent condition.

$25

WW II Soldier's Medal with a slot brooch in excellent condition.

$50

WW II Named Navy Good Conduct Medal with a slot brooch. Stamped engraved in the small font style DONALD R. JACOBSEN1945. This is the less common style found on Navy GCM. Muster Rolls show that he served on the USS Charger as a Radioman from Dec. 1942 to Nov. 1943. Service number is included for further research.

$35

Air Force Distinguished Service Medal current type, maker marked "G27" on a crimp brooch.

$25

Vietnam era Airman's Medal in the large, blue, plush-lined presentation case. It comes with the lapel pin and ribbon bar. The crimped brooch has a diamond shape maker mark and the letters "GI". The case comes in the original cardboard shipping box, which is labeled, numbered, and dated 11/69. A complete set. Click for photos: AMBO.JPG AMLB.JPG

$35

Airman's Medal in the large, blue, plush-lined presentation case. It comes with the lapel pin and ribbon bar. A complete set from the 1980's in excellent condition.

$20

Marine Corps Expeditionary Medal in original small blue cardboard shipping box dated 2/83. Has a crimp brooch maker marked "LI-GI". Ex.

$18

Silver Lifesaving Medal maker marked on the crimp brooch "G 27".

$50

Coast Guard Distinguished Service Medal

and

Coast Guard Medal

Both medals have a crimp brooch and are maker marked "LIGI" for Lordship Industries. Both medals were produced sometime in the 1980's. Click for photos: CGMO.JPG CGMR.JPG

$30

 

$25

 

 


NATIONAL GUARD MEDALS

None at this time


U. S. CIVILIAN MEDALS

Presidential Citizens Medal (Type 1) suspended from a crimp brooch, and maker marked "WILBUR C KIFF / ATTLEBORO MASS" for Kiff Company (the first manufacturer). The miniature medal also has a crimp brooch. The Type 1 medal comes in a large blue leatherette case with the name of the medal embossed in gold on the lid, and gold trim where the top half and bottom half meet. The interior is satin-lined and has a light gray plush pad insert, which is fitted for the full-size medal, miniature medal, and lapel device. The medal comes with the original cardboard shipping carton from the manufacturer. The carton is labeled and indicates the procurement date of September 1970. The Type 1 medal is very difficult to find.

Note: From the first award in 1973 through 2012 approximately 180 medals have been awarded. All have been the Type 1.

Click for photos: PCMset.JPG PCM1O.JPG PCM1R.JPG

$700

Presidential Citizens Medal (Type 2) in presentation case with cardboard shipping box marked by GRACO and date of manufacture 12/2003. A complete mint set with miniature, lapel pin and ribbon bar. This medal ranks just below the Presidential Medal of Freedom. Click for photos: PCMO.JPG PCMB.JPG

$500

Department of Transportation Distinguished Service Medal on a crimp brooch maker marked "G27". The award was created in 1992 and was disestablished in 2002, to be replaced by the Department of Homeland Security Distinguished Service Medal. Click for photos: TDDO.JPG TDDR.JPG

$140

Air Force Civilian Medal for Valor

$20

Air Force Command Civilian Medal for Valor

$15

Air Force Exceptional Civilian Service Medal. Maker marked on crimp brooch "LIGI".

$25

Army Exceptional Civilian Service Medal. Maker marked on crimp brooch "GRACO-GI".

$20

Army Meritorious Civilian Service Medal. Maker marked on crimp brooch "GRACO-GI".

$20

Navy Distinguished Civilian Medal for Valor (1st type with neck ribbon) in the large, blue, plush-lined presentation case. Click for photo: NADM.JPG

$75

Navy Superior Civilian Medal for Valor (1st type with neck ribbon) in the large, blue, plush-lined presentation case. Click for photo: NASM.JPG

$75

Navy Distinguished Civilian Service Medal. Maker marked on crimp brooch "LIGI".

$25

Navy Superior Civilian Service Medal. Maker marked on crimp brooch "LORDSHIP / NY / GI".

$25

Army Civilian Humanitarian Service Medal

$20

Department of Transportation Meritorious Achievement Medal with a crimp brooch, which is maker marked "LORDSHIP / NY - GI". Includes the ribbon bar for the medal. Also awarded to Coast Guard personnel.

$45

Department of Transportation Superior Achievement Medal with a crimp brooch, which is maker marked "SIMCO - GI". The ribbon drape is stitched on both sides below the crimp brooch as if it were a slot brooch. This version was produced by one of early medal manufacturers. The ribbon bar for the medal is included. Also awarded to Coast Guard personnel.

$45


NASA MEDALS

Distinguished Public Service Medal (2nd or current type with stamped engraved reverse).

$24

Exceptional Bravery Medal (1st type with machine engraved reverse) in the large, blue, plush-lined presentation case.

$75

Exceptional Bravery Medal (2nd or current bright type with stamped engraved reverse).

$40

Exceptional Achievement Medal (2nd or current type with stamped engraved reverse).

$35

Exceptional Administrative Achievement Medal

$24

Exceptional Technology Achievement Medal

$24


MULTINATIONAL FORCE AND OBSERVERS MEDALS

Multinational Force and Observers Medal - Military Observer version with a crimp brooch maker marked "LI - GI".

$25.00


PATCHES

None at this time


MISCELLANEOUS

WW II Naval Aviator Certificate from the Naval Air Training Center Pensacola awarded to Whitlow R. Harris Jr. and dated May 1, 1945. The paper group also comes with his "Certificate of Satisfactory Service", a black and white glossy photograph of him and his brother, who was also in the Navy and later killed in action. The photograph is in the original souvenir folder from where the photo was taken at "Red and Bud's Place" in San Francisco. Also included are a color photo of Whitlow Harris later in life and some miscellaneous papers related to Harris. Click for photo: NPC.JPG

$90


U.S. INSIGNIA

WW II Liaison Pilot Wings - full-size pin-back and marked "STERLING". Click for photos: LPWO.JPG LPWR.JPG

$150

1907 Massachusetts Volunteer Militia shooting badge maker marked "THE HAYES BROS.CO." The ribbon drape is missing.

$25

WW II Army Glider Badge marked "STERLING".

$80

Master and Senior Para-Glider Wings (copies). Both wings are pin-backed and are not maker marked. Both wings are nice copies.

$15 each

Original WW II-Korean War era Gold Star lapel pin in original box. Has a pin-back with the following inscription on reverse "ACT OF CONGRESS, UNITED STATES OF AMERICA, 1 AUGUST 1947". Mint condition.

$8

Vietnam era U.S. Army Combat Medical Badge (First Award) on original card with date 2/71 and gov. spec. numbers. The badge is maker marked "ANTAYA GI 1/20 silver fill". The badge (clutchback) is sealed in a small plastic bag. Mint condition.

$15

Vietnam era U.S. Army Parachutist Badge with maker-mark logo of a signpost (for General Insignia Co.). Mint unused condition.

$20

Vietnam era U.S. Army Parachutist Badge (Basic) no maker mark. Ex.

$10

Vietnam era Vietnamese Parachutist Badge (Master), cloth subdued version with a yellow/gold colored embroidered star and palm. Ex.

$5

Vietnam era Vietnamese Parachutist Badge (Basic). Metal version. No maker mark. Ex

$12

Vietnam era Vietnamese Ranger Badge no maker mark. Ex.

$15

Post-Vietnam era Combat Infantryman Badge (1st award) maker marked "S-2I GI". Ex.

$10

Post-Vietnam era Combat Infantryman Badge (3rd award with 2 stars) no maker mark. Ex.

$12

Post-Vietnam era Combat Infantryman Badge (3rd award with 2 stars). This badge is thicker and heavier than the one above. Maker marked "V-21". Ex.

$15

Post-Vietnam era Combat Infantryman Badge (Expert) maker marked "L-22". Ex.

$11

U.S. Army Combat Medical Badge (3nd Award) maker marked "N.S. Meyer, Inc. New York". Ex.

$10

Air Assault (Helicopter) Badge (silver metal type) maker marked "LI GI". Ex.

$8

Pathfinder Badge (gold metal type) maker marked "LI GI". Ex.

$9

Rigger Badge (silver metal type) No maker mark. Ex.

$8

U.S. Naval Aviation Warfare Specialist Wings maker marked "V-21-N". Ex.

$10

U.S. Army Scuba Diver Badge (silver metal type) maker marked "V-21-N". Ex.

$8

U.S. Army Salvage Diver Badge (silver metal type) maker marked "L-22". Ex.

$9

U.S. Army/Navy 2nd Class Diver Badge (silver metal type) maker marked "22-M". Ex.

$9

U.S. Army/Navy 1st Class Diver Badge (silver metal type) maker marked "L-22". Ex.

$9

U.S. Navy EM Diver Medical Technician Badge (silver metal type) maker marked "V-21-N". Ex.

$7

U.S. Navy Officer Diver Medical Technician Badge (gold metal type) maker marked "V-21-N". Ex.

$7


FOREIGN MEDALS AND BADGES

Miniature British Efficiency Medal (George VI) in silver with a "TERRITORIAL" scroll. A very nice old miniature. No brooch.

$25

Sweden (King Gustav V) Red Cross Merit Medal for volunteers in silver. Recipient"s name engraved on the reverse: "E. Forslund 1948". Maker's mark impressed on the rim "MJV Silver 1948". Click for photos: SWMO.JPG SWMR.JPG

$150

Sweden Red Cross Merit Medal. Maker's mark impressed on the rim "MJV Silver". Click for photos: SWRCO.JPG SWRCR.JPG

$145

Finland Pro Bengnitate Humana Medal. Instituted on January 6, 1945. Maker's mark impressed on the rim "KULTAKESKUS OY". Comes with the original issue envelope, on which someone has written "FINLAND for Korea - Not necessarily". I do not believe that Finland had any contingent in Korea during or after the war. The envelope is more difficult to find than the medal. A very nice looking medal. Click for photos: FINO.JPG FINR.JPG

$60

WW II Danish home front Anti-German occupation pin. Produced by Georg Jensen. The pin was made for people to buy and wear to celebrate the birthday of the immensely popular King Christian X; however, wearing them soon became a symbol of resistance towards the occupying Germans. The pin is dated 1945 and is likely related to the liberation of Denmark in 1945. This version has the "GJ" stamped on both the right and left side of the reverse instead of the right side having the 925 silver content stamped. I believe this badge is composed of silver and was just miss-stamped twice with the maker mark.

$35

Norwegian Army National Service Medal bronze circular medal with the obverse showing the arms of the Norwegian army (the crowned lion of Norway between upright swords and holding the axe of St Olav) within an oak wreath. The reverse is inscribed "HÆREN / FOR FRED OG FRIHET" (Army for Peace and Freedom).

$30

40th Anniversary of Victory in the Great Patriotic War Medal. The medal was established in 1985. Awarded to all servicemen who fought in WW II. The medal has the bifold ribbon suspension. V.G.

$10

Republic of Vietnam Gallantry Cross. Vietnamese made with plain ribbon (rare). Ex.

$40

Republic of Vietnam Gallantry Cross (with palm on ribbon) - U.S. made. Ex.

$14

Republic of Vietnam Gallantry Cross - U.S. made. Ex.

$12

Vietnam Civil Actions 2nd Class - U.S. made. Ex.

$11

Vietnam Honor Medal 2nd Class - U.S. made. Ex.

$13

Liberation of Kuwait Medal (government of Kuwait) in original small blue cardboard shipping box maker marked and dated 5/97. Medal and ribbon bar are sealed in the original plastic bag. Ex.

$13

ROK Korean Service Medal (recently authorized). Ex.

$15


REFERENCE BOOKS FOR THE COLLECTOR

Revised and expanded edition: U.S. Navy - Marine Corps - Coast Guard Silver Star Awards for WW II, by George N. Wilhelmsen has now been updated. An additional 452 new names have been added to this new 2nd edition. This book lists the recipient's name and includes dates and actions for which the Silver Star was awarded. 2004. 8 1/2" X 11". 126 pgs. soft back. Click for photo: Book2.JPG

$15


LINKS TO OTHER WEBSITES RELATED TO ORDERS AND MEDALS

The Orders and Medals Society of America http://www.omsa.org