Miniature Medal - 1939-45 Star
Miniature Medal - 1939-45 Star Miniature Medal - 1939-45 Star

Miniature Medal - 1939-45 Star

Product Ref: 02600.   Military Style - New
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Further Information
Further Information
  • Reproduction miniature campaign medal
  • Cast from an original medal
  • Presented with ribbon
  • Inclusdes Battle of Britain clasp
  • Mounted on information card
  • Made in England
  • Donation made to charity for each medal sold
This medal was awarded for service in WWII between 3rd September 1939 and 2nd September 1945 to members of the Royal Navy with six months service afloat in areas of active operations; to army personnel for six months service in an operational command. Airbourne troops qualified if they had participated in any airbourne operationd and had completed two months service in an operational unit. RAF personnel qualified if engaged in operations against the enemy. Non-aircrew personnel had to complete six months service in the area of an operational army command.
This reproduction 1939-45 Star medal with Battle of Britain Clasp is made from 22ct gold plated lead-free pewter. It is supplied on a light blue, red and blue ribbon attached to a card with an image of Spitfires on patrol on the front and historical information on the reverse.
Reviews (any views expressed are solely those of the reviewer)
Realistic and good vale
I regularly attend themed 40's nights and wear the appropriate uniform for the era. I saw this online and thought it would be perfect and just finish off the costume. It really does look like the real thing, in fact i think several people actually believed it was so i was very pleased. I intend to buy several others now to make me look a real hero!
Pros: History info provided, Good value, Very realistic
Cons: none
Would recommend: Yes
Reviewed by Brian Jones in Warminster