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Commemorative medals struck to recognise service not specifically acknowledged by government issues by associations (unit, ship, squadron and uniformed occupations) and private mints.

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    79 Division/MIG 30th Anniversary Medal

    WA Police MIG/79 Division 30th Anniversary Commemorative Medal: The final medal struck by Western Australia Police’s rapid-response Major Incident Group to celebrate 30 years as an elite section of WAPOL; 1979-2009. Shortly after the internal issue, the unit was disbanded.

    79 Division was founded in 1979 to provide a 24 hour rapid response to major criminal offences committed in the Perth Metropolitan area. The Division was made up of general duty officers and detectives, a unique combination. A hard-line reputation amongst hardened criminals was fostered and the group truly became a force in the Service. In 1999, 79 Division became known as the Major Incident Group. The crime section continued its hard-line policing in Western Australia.

    This commemorative medal was struck to recognise the service given by 79 Division/Major Incident Group members over the past 30 years. This is a strictly limited release and includes loose medal, 250mm of riband and 1979-2009 clasp.

    $40.91
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    Pain In The Bum Medal

    The Pain In the Bum Medal: Wait for it, wait for it! At last! A medal struck to recognise all those who have made a major contribution to the ills of society at large or quite frankly, a pain in the bum – or as some more crudely put it, a pain in the arse! Someone (anyone) with a sense of humour who specialises in major FUBAR, WOFTAM or SNAFU campaigning on any level whatsoever.

    Looking for that ideal gift for the silly season? A birthday? An end of course/year presentation? Maybe a farewell gift for a workmate (or a boss)? Something for those who seem to have everything? Well here it is! The PITA Medal, is a conversation piece that’ll last for years to come! 38mm in diameter, die-struck brass and gilt plated with both a highly polished and etched finish, it comes with its own 250mm length of dark ochre cotton riband.

    The reverse of the medal is polished gold; ideal for that well-intentioned engraved inscription.

    These have been purchased for all sorts of presentations; from retirement send-offs, farewelling your favourite boss, annual ‘fun awards’ nights, presentations for the stand-out miscreant on training courses – there’s a raft of uses for these!

    And let’s face it; life’s too short to be serious all the time!

    $20.00$36.36
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    New Zealand Army 150th Anniversary Medal

    150th Anniversary of the New Zealand Army Medal: An unofficial commemorative medals, originally struck in 1995 by the Wellington Army Association for those who had served in the New Zealand Army at any point in its history 25 March 1845 to 25 March 1995 – applicants for the medal were required to sign a Statutory Declaration that they (or a relative for posthumous applications) had so served. The riband is khaki with crimson edges and a double crimson central stripe.

    $25.45$41.82
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    Community Service Medal

    The Community Service Medal is struck to commemorate community service by volunteers and paid staff of all persuasions and all walks of life in a vast array of community service roles. The award of this commemorative medal could recognise selfless service over an extended period of time as well as individual single acts of achievement on behalf of others, and/or to recognise direct support and involvement in community activities.

    $18.18$52.73
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    Siege of Tobruk Medal

    The Siege of Tobruk Medal: Originally available to Australian, New Zealand, British, Indian and Polish troops who saw action during the Siege of Tobruk, Libya between April and December 1941. The medal was commissioned and issued by the Rats of Tobruk Association in 1977. Nickel plated bronze, in the shape os a ‘T’ the medal has a yellow/khaki riband, with thin red and darkblue stripes left, and thin pale blue and red stripes on the right. The medal was available to 18 BDE, 20 BDE, 24 BDE, 26 BDE, 2/1 PIONEERs and other miscellaneous units. Some RAAF, Free French Air Force and Canadian personnel attached to the Royal Navy were included. This is not an official medal. These medals are available in full size only.

    $27.27
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    The Somme Medal

    The medal was issued by the “Ceux de la Somme” veterans’ association and is available to any veteran (or family of a veteran) of the battlefields of the Somme in WW1 and WWII. These medals are available by special order only.

    $22.73

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