WW1 British War & Victory Medals to 163818 PTE G.E.H. DAVY – ARMY SERVICE CORPS
Here on offer is a really nice pair of original WW1 medals issued to a GEORGE.E.H. DAVY who served with the Army Service Corps.
The medals consist of a Silver (with age patina)
WW1 BRITISH WAR MEDAL
and a gilt
WW1 BRITISH VICTORY MEDAL,
both full size, and correctly named to
The medals are in excellent issued condition, complete with their coloured correct ribbons, which have been stitched into a loop for wearing on a bar.
The medals have the following stamped on their lower rims:
DM2-163818 PTE G.E.H. DAVY. A.S.C.
The National Archives have his medal records under reference WO 372/5/213754 and show that his Christian name was ‘George’.
On checking the CWGC, Commonwealth War Graves Commission, there isn’t a grave recorded against him, so he must have been one of the lucky ones who survived the war!
Worth further research.
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