European Union

Filter products / European Union / Average rating / Showing all 5 results
Sort by
Price range
Categories
Filter selected
  • 0 out of 5

    Croix de Guerre Belgium

    Belgian Croix de Guerre: Established 1915, it was awarded to those mentioned in despatches for acts of courage on the battlefield or for continous and exceptional service against the enemy. It is a bronze Maltese cross with ball finials. The obverse side has a central medallion with the Belgian lion rampant, the revese medallion the Royal monogram ‘A’ for Albert. Crossed swords are between the arms. For subsequent acts of bravery, recipients were awarded additional bronze medals. Receiving five bronze medals entitled recipients to a silver medal. Receiving five silver medals entitled recipients to a silver-gilt medal.

    $34.55
  • 0 out of 5

    Croix de Guerre France WWI

    The French Croix de Guerre for World War I: The CdG was established on 8th April 1915 to commemorate individual mentions in dispatches during WWI. The medal was again authorised, with changes indicated above, in 1939 for WWII.
    During WWI and WWII, the French Croix de Guerre was awarded to both U.S. Army units and to individuals. The Croix de Guerre may be awarded at different levels of command. The level of the awarding command determines the appurtenance worn on the ribbon. The bronze palm indicates awarded by the Army; a silver gilt star by a corps; a silver star by a division; and bronze star by a regiment or brigade. The French Fourrag�re is authorised for both permanent and temporary wear. Personnel assigned to a unit which was awarded the fourragre may wear the fourragre while assigned to the unit. A bronze cross, 1 9/16 inches wide, surmounted by crossed swords hilt down saltirewise, overall a disk bearing the Head of the Republic. The medals are essentially the same for World War I and World War II. Riband, WWI: The ribbon is 1 3/8 inches wide and consists of the following stripes: 1/16 inch old glory red; 5/32 inch Irish green; 1/16 inch old glory red; 5/32 inch Irish green; 1/16 inch old glory red; 5/32 inch Irish green; 1/16 inch old glory red; 5/32 inch Irish green; 1/16 inch old glory red; 5/32 inch Irish green; 1/16 inch old glory red; 5/32 inch Irish green; 1/16 inch old glory red. Riband, WWII: The ribbon is 1 3/8 inches wide and consists of the following stripes: 9/32 inch Old Glory Red; 5/32 inch Irish Green; 1/16 inch Old Glory Red; 5/32 inch Irish Green; 1/16 inch Old Glory Red; 5/32 inch Irish Green; 1/16 inch Old Glory Red; 5/32 inch Irish Green; 9/32 inch Old Glory Red.

    $30.91
  • 0 out of 5

    Greek War Medal

    World War II Greek War Medal is a bronze medal. Obverse profile portrait of King George of Greece surrounded by wreath, crown above his head. Reverse dates 1940-41 and list of campaigns: Epirus, Albania, Macedonia, Thrace and Crete. Ribbon dark blue with pale blue broad central stripe and narrow pale blue stripes at each edge.

    $22.73
  • 0 out of 5

    Netherlands War Cross

    The Commemorative War Cross: Sometimes called the Dutch War Cross. This bronze cross was created on 16 March 1944. Its central obverse medallion shows Queen Wilhelmina surrounded by the text “VOOR KRIJGSVERRICHTINGEN” (For war operations). The design stems from the earlier 1869 Expedition Cross and the reverse is plain. It was awarded for participation in general war operations and/or specific war actions which were recognized by small-lettered bars on the ribbon. In total 12 such bars were instituted, five for general operations and seven for specific actions. Several of the latter can be worn on one medal but only one bar for general operations is allowed per recipient.

    $30.00
  • 0 out of 5

    Croix de Guerre France WWII

    The French Croix de Guerre for World War II: The CdG was established on 8th April 1915 to commemorate individual mentions in dispatches during WWI. The medal was again authorised, with changes indicated above, in 1939 for WWII.
    During WWI and WWII, the French Croix de Guerre was awarded to both U.S. Army units and to individuals. The Croix de Guerre may be awarded at different levels of command. The level of the awarding command determines the appurtenance worn on the ribbon. The bronze palm indicates awarded by the Army; a silver gilt star by a corps; a silver star by a division; and bronze star by a regiment or brigade. The French Fourrag�re is authorised for both permanent and temporary wear. Personnel assigned to a unit which was awarded the fourragre may wear the fourragre while assigned to the unit. A bronze cross, 1 9/16 inches wide, surmounted by crossed swords hilt down saltirewise, overall a disk bearing the Head of the Republic. The medals are essentially the same for World War I and World War II. Riband, WWI: The ribbon is 1 3/8 inches wide and consists of the following stripes: 1/16 inch old glory red; 5/32 inch Irish green; 1/16 inch old glory red; 5/32 inch Irish green; 1/16 inch old glory red; 5/32 inch Irish green; 1/16 inch old glory red; 5/32 inch Irish green; 1/16 inch old glory red; 5/32 inch Irish green; 1/16 inch old glory red; 5/32 inch Irish green; 1/16 inch old glory red. Riband, WWII: The ribbon is 1 3/8 inches wide and consists of the following stripes: 9/32 inch Old Glory Red; 5/32 inch Irish Green; 1/16 inch Old Glory Red; 5/32 inch Irish Green; 1/16 inch Old Glory Red; 5/32 inch Irish Green; 1/16 inch Old Glory Red; 5/32 inch Irish Green; 9/32 inch Old Glory Red.

    $30.91

Download Page PDF

WELCOME TO MATES RATES!
Just pop your details in the form and we'll fix it.
Medal news, defence updates and great deals..
Mates rates everywhere on site, every day.
We'll NEVER flood your inbox. Ever. Promise!