Star with Mons Clasp - 5th AUGnd NOV. ( PTE. yanaul-ugkh.ruHOUN CAM'Nl HIGHRS). Naming is officially impressed. Extremely fine. Awarded to all those who had served in France and Belgium between 5 Aug and 22 Nov In , a clasp, "5th Augnd Nov. " (often referred to as. Star with slip on clasp named SAPR E H COSIER RE, British War & Victory Medals named SPR E H COSIER RE & Army Long Service & Good Conduct. Description. Star Replacement Miniature Medal with a sew-on clasp that reads “5th August to 22nd November ”. MYB Condition: As new. Instituted April (authorized November - Army / January - Navy), the Star was awarded to British, Indian and Canadian forces who served in. It was awarded to personnel who operated in the war zones of France and Belgium between the dates of 5 August and 22 November a clasp was authorized later. A narrow horizontal bronze clasp sewn onto the ribbon, bearing the dates '5th AUG. – 22nd NOV. ' shows that the recipient had actually served under fire.
Attributed Ww1 Star Clasp. Harold Basil Beech. Northamptonshire Yeomary. A ww1 “Mons ” clasp and Rossette. Rear has been home named at some point. CLASP AND ROSES, STAR (CAPTAIN A. E. EVANS, ROYAL ENGINEERS). (Hansard, 22 June ). STAR "PIP" A bronze medal, about , were issued to those who served in France or Belgium between 5 August and 22 November · BRITISH WAR MEDAL.
THE 1914-1915 STAR
PTE yanaul-ugkh.ruN 16/LRS (on Star)L PTE yanaul-ugkh.ruN LRS (on pair)Alfred Henry John Wheddon, born Camberwell Originally joined the 3rd. yanaul-ugkh.ru Genuine Miniature Medal in mint condition with ribbon. MINIATURE STAR MEDAL WITH MONS CLASP. Ribbon Colours - Watered silk. Star. The Star was awarded to personnel who served in France and A third star or clasp will not be awarded in this case. to Star. The Star was awarded to officers and men of the British Expeditionary Force who served in France or Belgium between 5 August and 22 November
16 December Lot No Star, with copy clasp (B4/ W. E. Letford, P.O., R.N.V.R., Hawke Bttn. R.N.D.) good very fine £ Hammer Price. An original World War One Star with the 5th Aug. – 22nd Nov. “Mons” Clasp / Bar awarded to a soldier who served with the Royal Field Artillery. The star. Star and original clasp trio awarded to Driver F. Yates, Royal Horse Artillery who saw service on the Western Front from 5th November , and later saw.
Buy Star and get the best deals at the lowest prices on eBay! Great Savings & Free Delivery / Collection on many items. Historical note. This clasp was issued with the Star to those who served under fire in France and Belgium between 5 August and 22 November The Star Established in April Also known as 'Pip' or the 'Mons Star'. This bronze medal award was authorized by King George V in April for.
The Star (also known as the 'Mons' Star) was a British Empire campaign Clasp and Roses' which can often be seen on the Medal Index Cards of those. A recipient of the Star could not also be awarded the –15 Star. The A bronze clasp inscribed '5th Aug – 22nd Nov ' was issued to those who. Star with Mons Clasp - 5th AUGnd NOV. ( PTE. yanaul-ugkh.ruHOUN CAM'Nl HIGHRS). Naming is officially impressed. Extremely fine. Medals include the following awards: Star, with dated clasp 5th Augnd Nov. ; War Medal & Victory Medal. Court mounted for wear or display. Comes.