Thursday WWII Hot Finds Newsletter November 5, 2015

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The Good Conduct Medal below is an example of how some of these vets didn't make it home. This particular Marine served in WWII but stuck it out in the Corps and was a casualty in Korea. With 22 bids it looks like somebody wants this one pretty badly.

There is an unusual German helmet included in this block. I'm not sure I've had a pith helmet in this German block in a while. It just doesn't look like how I imagine the German soldiers.

The RAF grouping below is doing really well. When you translate it from British pounds to United States dollars it's over $750. Not too shabby I'd say!

This block includes auctions from items in the WWI category dating them to about a hundred years ago. Plenty of swords and other decorative pieces that have survived the years.

 

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