||Military Badges Medals and Tokens
||Veterans Society Badge.
||Women's Relief Corps Badge with ribbon
||GAR Encampment Medal
July 1891, Syracuse NY, struck in nice high relief.
||39th National Encampment Denver Medal
Sept. 1905, large bronze medal in Choice Unc. condition.
||Spanish-American War Veterans Reunion Badge
July 3-4 1913, Ohio, depicts Col. William Crawford.
||Skoda Artillery Medal by L. Maass.
||Victory Liberty Loan Token
Made from captured German cannon, holed for suspension
||Verdun Medal Feb. 21, 1916 VF
||Medal - Journee-Poilu 1915
Bugler and charging soldiers. Interesting design dated Dec. 25 & 26
||Belgium Wall Bronze Plaque
Honoring America's role in the first Great War. High relief shield motif in wooden frame
||New Jersey Victory Medal
"The Great War For Civilization", with winged Liberty holding sword and shield.
||29th Division A.E.F. Medal
Center Sector Haute Alsace July 25 - Sept. 22 1918. Meuse Argonne Offensive Oct. 8 - Oct. 30 1918.
Relic Medal of the U.S.S. Olympia
The last surviving ship from the America's "New Navy" of the 1880's and 1890's and the
most historic ship of that era. The flagship of the U.S. Asiatic Squadron under Admiral Dewey,
defeated the Spanish fleet near Manilla during the Spanish-American War. Famous command, "You May
Fire When Ready, Gridley", issued in 1898 followed by the sinking of 10 Spanish ships.
This ship saw service in WW I and landed in Russia in 1918 during the Bolshevik Revolution.
In 1921 the U.S.S. Olympia's final duty was to return the remains of the unknown soldier for burial
in Arlington National Cemetery. The medal itself is cast from the metal of the ship's propeller.
4 Star General. English front, French reverse.
||Minneapolis Disabled American WW I Veterans Delegate Badge
||American Legion School Medal (3.4oz)
||U.S. Treasury Award AU, Depicts the Minuteman.
||American Campaign Medal with ribbon
||Asiatic Pacific Campaign Medal with ribbon|
||European African Middle Eastern Campaign Medal
||General George Patton jr. Medal
Belgian issue, rev. Merci design
||Relic Medal of the U.S. Frigate Constellation
"The first ship of the U.S. Navy", as displayed prominently in Baltimore's inner harbor.
It now turns out that the wrong ship may have been on display for all those years after
being viewed by literally millions of people.