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The dead military thread

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2 More Medallions on next post I am posting these here as the Military thread gets no answers. These are probably medallions anyway which fall under the coin category.2 More in post below.

I would appreciate it if someone could identify these medallions which came in with a WW1 Italian medal which I have listed

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No clue, but very nice medallion.:colbert:

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Another 2 medallions

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very nice,very good condition as well. I will yo-googley-it for you.:colbert:

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Anyone have an answer to this thread??????????/

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Pam, why don't you send PMs to a couple of the numismatists and ask them to look at this thread?

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no, sorry I don't........anyone else?

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Your first medal - Italian 37th Battalion LEONI DI HARAR - Eritrea/Etiopia

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Thanks you area Star. Easy to research when one knows what it is.

Now to decide on a price.I can't find any pricing on internet.

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Plug "battaglione amara s. giorgio" into Google and you may find something...

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The third square medal is a military / Cadet school medal from the Central School of Rapid Troops or "Scuola Centrale delle Truppe Celeri" in Italy around 1940'S in the town of Civitavecchia

Your second medal is from the 10th Colonial Brigade 1935/1936 which was made up from Indigenous Eritreans i.e. Italian East Africa. If this was a gold medal it would have been worth a nice sum.

 

Each valued around ZAR 500 or therabout if you can find a collector here in SA.

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