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Beyond massive English and Canadian medal lot HELP!!!!

Article about: The value really is in the 400 range, as noted before - depending on the units on the WW I medals, and they are likely all split groups and worth less - so any one item here is between 5 and

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    Default Beyond massive English and Canadian medal lot HELP!!!!

    i've recently come into these and am beyond overwhelmed by there sheer mass of the collection can anyone give me a ballpark estimate as to the value of the entire collection and information on anything and everything is also extremely welcome it appears that the medals range from ww1 which is the bulk to ww2 and a few post war as well.


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    Photos would help

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    Photos are up

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    I don't believe there is anything especially rare there,
    so around $300-$350 or so - but I'd probably pass
    on it all because there is nothing spectacular
    about the group.

    Do you have an idea of what the seller may
    want for the lot.........?


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    There are a couple of good badges, but most of them are common, as for the WW1 Medals, it all depends on the units..but I don't think there 1s over $450 there

    JUst my Thoughts

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    The whole lot is only worth $350?

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    There are just way to many medals, cap badges, and flashes all jumbled together to give a proper value estimate these Ideally should be separated into smaller more organized groupings IMO .
    I do think 350.00 to 450.00 is a bit of a low estimate though.

    Regards Mark
    Always on the look out for WW II Canadian Helmets and Cam nets to add to my collection.

    Found a Canadian Mk II Medics Helmet and yes I know they are about as rare as hens teeth !!!!!

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    If I was offered that lot, and at this time we don't know the Units on the Medals, I wouldn't pay over $450 for it.
    There has been a flood of Canadian Badges and Medals on the market in the past year and a half, and in many cases the value has dropped.

    Again, Just my thoughts

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    Quote by tylerstg View Post
    The whole lot is only worth $350?
    The group is worth more than $350 surely, but are you
    going to spend $450-$500 ( or even more ) for
    common pieces that you may or may
    not need ?

    Personally, I'd pass unless it could be had
    for a bargain price.........


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    I think the group is probably worth quite a bit pieced out. Definitely over 350 or 450. The problem is (as Walkwolf said) do you really want to spend that kind of money on it? There definitely is a wide variety of stuff here through. Everything from WWI right through to the 80s or 90s. Proceed at your own discretion.

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