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World War I Victoria Cross
Quantity:  6.50

The Victoria Cross is the highest recognition for valour 'in the face of the enemy'. It can be aware to members of the British and Commonwealth armed forces of any rank, in any service, and civilians under military command. It was awarded 628 times to 627 recipients for action in the First World War.

This miniature Victoria Cross is supplied with ribbon and mounted on a card. The information on the card explains about Victoria Crosses awarded during World War I.

 
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