Genuine WWII Army of Occupation Medal, delivered in its original box. The Army of Occupation Medal was established by the US War Department on April 5, 1946 and awarded to Army troops having performed occupation service in Germany, Austria, Italy or Japan. In 1948, the award was expanded to encompass the US Air Force.
Genuine WWII US Sharpshooter, First-class Gunner badge, with Rifle bar.
Genuine WWII Distinguished Flying Cross Medal, delivered in its original box, complete with ribbon. The DFC was established in the Air Corps Act in 1926. During WWII, it was mostly awarded to airmen of the United States Army Air Forces for heroism or extraordinary achievement while participating in an aerial flight.
Scarce genuine WWII Legion of Merit medal, delivered in its original box, complete with ribbon. Rank: Legionnaire.
Genuine WWII Bronze Star medal, delivered in its original box. Awarded to Eugene H. Hawkins.
Genuine WWII US Expert Gunner badge, with Machine Gun bar. Markings: Sterling at the back of the badge and N.S. Meyer, New York at the back of the bar.
Genuine WWII US Expert Gunner badge, with Pistol - D (Dismounted) bar.
Genuine WWII US Sharpshooter, First-class Gunner badge, with Sub Machine bar.
Genuine WWII US good conduct medal ribbon with pin back mounting. Found in their genuine box dated 1943.
Genuine WWII Purple Heart Medal, delivered in its original box. Medal and ribbon have an oak leaf, signed for a second award.
Genuine WWII Army of Occupation medal. Established by the United States War Department on 5 April 1946. The medal was created after the WWII to recognize those who had performed occupation service in either Germany, Italy, Austria or Japan.
Genuine WWII Good Conduct medal. The Army Good Conduct Medal was established in 28 June 1941, and authorized the award for soldiers completing three years active service after that date.
Rare Bethlehem, Pennsylvania WWI Victory Medal, in perfect condition.
Genuine WWII Purple Heart Medal, delivered in its original box. Without ribbon and lapel pin.
Genuine WWII German West Wall medal with its genuine ribbon. Awarded to those who designed and built the fortifications on Germany's western borders, known as the Westwall or, in English, the Siegfried Line, and to the troops who served there between 15 June 1938 to 31 March 1939.
Genuine WWII Distinguished Flying Cross Medal, delivered with its ribbon. Awarded to any officer or enlisted member of the United States Armed Forces who distinguishes himself in support of operations by "heroism or extraordinary achievement while participating in an aerial flight, subsequent to November 11, 1918."