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Netherlands Expeditions Cross (Expeditie-Kruis). 1st type obverse portrait. No clasp

The medal mounted as-worn in the Dutch court-style

Reverse of the mounting pad with makers silk label 'Fa.v.Wielk N.Einde 9 Den Haag', and retaining the original brass blades

Condition: EF

Code: 16414Price: 65.00 GBP

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Netherlands: Royal Netherlands East Indies Army (KNIL) Shooting Medal 1936 (Schietprijs van het KNIL 1936). Bronze & enamel, with 10 qualifying clasps

This item represents skill and proficiency in the use of 3 different weapons as represented by the different numbered clasps, as under;

- Geweer (Rifle) 1-5 x Qualifications
- Mitrailleur (Machine Gun) 1 x Qualification
- K.M. (Carabine/Machine gun) 4 x Qualifications

The medal and clasps sans riband, and now mounted for display on card, sold and displayed together with a contemporary KNIL veterans discharge pin

The medal and clasps sans riband, and now mounted for display on card, together with a contemporary veterans discharge pin

Condition: EF

Code: 17471Price: 145.00 GBP

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Netherlands: Cross for Order and Peace 1945-1950. No clasp (Kruis voor Orde en Vrede)

This the official Netherlands campaign medal for the colonial 'War of Independence' in Netherlands East Indies 1945-1951

Condition: GVF

Code: 18455Price:

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Netherlands: Officers Army Long Service Cross. Silver gilt, for 15 Years’ Service (Medaille voor Trouwe Dienst voor Officieren)

Instituted in 1866, and awarded annually on 6 December, the birthday of King William II

Awarded for 15 years service as an Army officer

The full-size medal is mounted as-worn in the customary Netherlands court-style. With medal suppliers label stitched on reverse 'Fa.V.Wielik/N.-Einde 9/Den Haag'

Condition: GVF

Code: 18453Price: 30.00 GBP

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Netherlands: Award Certificate for the Royal Netherlands Navy Long, Honourable and Faithful Service Medal (Onderscheidingsteken voor Langdurige, Eerlijke en Trouwe Dienst bij de Koninklijke Marine). Awarded to 'Korporaal Cottelier' Willem Cornelis Waalwyk

The large certificate is named and dated 20 September 1904

See preceding lot for an associated Netherlands Naval LS&GC Medal

The recipient is believed to have been a veteran of the 19th Century 'Atjeh' Campaigns in the Netherlands East Indies

The certificate has been folded and will be forwarded folded to the buyer

Condition: Good

Code: 17255Price:

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Netherlands: Cross for Four Days Nijmegen Marches 'Vierdaagsekruis'. 1st type (1909-1958). Gilt cross

With makers marks 'Kon Begeer. Joorschoten' on reverse

Instituted in 1909, the first type crosses had the initials NBLVO on the obverse arm. Since 1959, the crosses have the abbreviation KNBLO on the arms of the cross

The medal awarded in gilt bronze for successfully making 1 or 2 marches (each march comprising 4 x days

The silk riband fitted with stitched safety-pin for wear, and as issued in the Netherlands style

Condition: EF

Code: 18451Price: 25.00 GBP

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