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My WW2 Collection So Far

Article about: I will keep it. My mum is the manager of a charity shop and gets handed in some interesting stuff I got the medal from her work, a box full with hundreds if not a thousand stamps, old coins

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    Hey Chaps,

    Here's a few pictures of my collection so far
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    Does anyone know what the George V thing is? It came with a medal a found in a charity shop.
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    Here is my Auschwitz Cross addressed to a Alexsander s.Franciska.

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    Your ek looks like a 24 is it?

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    It doesn't have a markers mark. I posted a photo I think on another forum and the guys told me it was a S&L.

    Infact here is the thread about it.... It's not a normal EK2
    First Medals- EK2.
    Last edited by SailorTzipi; 03-03-2013 at 07:06 PM.

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    Quote by SailorTzipi View Post
    Does anyone know what the George V thing is? It came with a medal a found in a charity shop.
    I think it is just the 1911 version of a commemorative mug!! Nice little thing to have as a peice of history though, Leon.

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    Ah well, it came with the first picture with the defence medal. Nice little free lot

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    Nice focused medal collection IMHO. The George the V would be a commemorative medallion for his coronation in 1911.
    Regards,

    Jerry

    Whatever its just an opinion.

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    Quote by SailorTzipi View Post
    Ah well, it came with the first picture with the defence medal. Nice little free lot
    Nice one! keep them together as they have always been in the same "tin". Always nice to get little bits and peices together,just adds to the history of the type of chap(or chapette) who wanted to keep things other than their medals! Leon.

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    I'm taken back by the auschwitz medal! Really nice mate, it's the first time I've seen one? Any story behind it?

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