World War II 1939-45 Star with Ribbon

Original World War II service medal, now over 70 years old.
Availability: In stock
SKU: OGB8808
£29.50

At the end of World War II the Government awarded what is known as the 1939-1945 Star.
You had to serve either 180 days of operational service or 60 days of operational flying to qualify to get this award.
It is a star with cipher of King George VI in the middle and the legend 1939-1945 Star below. It has a light blue, red and dark blue ribbon and today is over 70 years old. We bought a nice group of these and are proud to be able to offer them to you. These were men and women who put their life on the line to make sure that you and I could live a free life.
They are original and genuine and now over 70 years old.

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