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Belgium: Medal of the Resistance 1940-1945 (Medaille de la Resistance / De Gewapende Weerstandsmedaille. Set sold with companion miniature medal



Awarded to all members of the Belgian Resistance that actively resisted the Nazi enemy through combat or acts of sabotage

The silk riband fitted with a two-pronged mounting pin, or 'epingle' as worn in the traditional Belgian style

Condition: EF

Code: 19933

40.00 GBP


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Belgium: Centenary of Independence Commemoration Medal 1830-1930


A most attractive silvered octagon shaped medal, bearing obverse portraits of 3 x Belgian Kings

The reverse of riband fitted with typical two-pronged Belgian mounting pin

Condition: EF

Code: 16700

20.00 GBP


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Belgium: Yser Cross 1914 (Croix De L'Yser 1914 avec Fourragere). The riband fitted with a 'Fourragere' in the colours of the Order of Leopold



The 'Fourragere' in the colours of the Order of the Leopold was instituted by the Royal Decree of 26 October 1918. The award denoted a unit that had cited for commendation several times in Army Orders during the Great war

Originally instituted as a medal (Royal Decree 18 October 1918), the medal was upgraded to a 'Cross' by Royal Decree of 5 February 1934. In practise many surviving veterans opted not to obtain the costlier 'Crosses' and consequently Yser Crosses are much scarcer on the market than the corresponding earlier issued medals

The medal riband fitted with a traditional mounting rod or 'Boule', as worn in the Belgian style

Scarce fund in this condition with 'Fourragere'

Condition: About EF

Code: 18292

165.00 GBP


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Belgium: Interallied Victory Medal 1914-1918 (Medaille de la Victorie 1914-1918)

Condition: GVF

Code: 19112

SOLD


Belgium: Medal of the Resistance 1940-1945 (Medaille de la Resistance / De Gewapende Weerstandsmedaille



Awarded to all members of the Belgian Resistance that actively resisted the Nazi enemy through combat or acts of sabotage

The silk riband fitted with a two-pronged mounting pin, or 'epingle' as worn in the traditional Belgian style

Condition: EF

Code: 19936

35.00 GBP


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Belgium: Political Prisoners of War Cross 1940-45 (Croix Du Prisonnier Politique De La Guerre 1940-1945). With '4 x Stars' bar



A silvered and enamel cross

The bar on the riband denotes 'Internment' for 2 years (each star represents a continuous 6 x months period of internment or part thereof)

The medal riband fitted with a two-pronged mounting pin, or 'epingle' as worn in the traditional Belgian style

Sold contained in its card box of issue, this with the chop / rubber stamp of 'Louis Devillez, Taileur Militaire, Passage Lemmonier, Liege' on underside of the box

Condition: GVF

Code: 20371

55.00 GBP


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Belgium: The Commemorative Medal for Foreign Missions or Operations (La Medaille Commemorative pour Missions ou Operations l'Etranger) With clasps 'BELBOS' IFOR' & 'KOSOVO'



Note: First and last clasps have backstraps, second clasp with prongs / pins (one A/F)

- BELBOS: For service during Operation BELBOS in Central Bosnia 1994

- IFOR: For service with Belgian forces in Former Yugoslavia from 15 December 1995

- KOSOVO: For service with Belgian forces in Kosovo from 16 March 1999

The commemorative medal for foreign missions and operations was instituted on 13 April 1993.

A large number of clasps have been officially approved for award with this medal, together with a number of unofficial clasps for missions for which no clasp was formally approved, and or which were the inspiration of Belgian veterans who had served in those places & operations for which no clasp was formally instituted

In 2004, it was decreed that no further clasps would be awarded for wear on this medal, and instead that all missions since 2004 would be denoted by a numeric emblem worn on the riband to reflect the number of overseas missions or operations that personnel may have served in. The change in regulations

Personnel who have been awarded medals and clasps prior to 2004, are still allowed to wear the medal clasps earned prior to 2004, on the medal riband while serving in the Belgian Armed Forces.

The unofficial BELBOS clasp (for an actual sanctioned operation) is rare. The medal riband fitted with a two-pronged mounting pin, or 'epingle' as worn in the Belgian style

Condition: EF

Code: 20179

45.00 GBP


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Belgium: Combat Volunteers War Service Medal 1952 (Medaille Du Volontaire De Guerre 1952 / Et Medaille Du Volontaire De Guerre Combattant 1952). With 2 x clasps 'Pugnator' & 'Coree-Korea'


The clasps denote that the Volunteer had at enlistment made a commitment for overseas 'Active Service' (Pugnator) clasp, and had subsequently served overseas during the Korean War 1950-1953

Condition: EF

Code: 19929

40.00 GBP


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Belgium: Combat Volunteers War Service Medal 1952 (Medaille Du Volontaire De Guerre 1952 / Et Medaille Du Volontaire De Guerre Combattant 1952). With clasp 'Pugnator'


The clasp denotes that at enlistment the Volunteer had made a commitment for overseas 'Active Service' (Pugnator) clasp

The silk riband fitted with a two-pronged mounting pin, or 'epingle' as worn in the traditional Belgian style

Condition: EF

Code: 19930

30.00 GBP


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Belgium: Prisoner of War Medal 1940-1945 (Medaille du Prisonnier de Guerre 1940-1945 / Krijgsgevangenenmedaille 1940-1945). With '1 Year' internement clasp on riband



This medal was established by Royal Decree on 20 October 1947, for award to all members of the Belgian Armed Forces who were made Prisoner of War and interred by the enemy during the Second World War

Full-size 40m clasps were authorised for wear on the riband to denote each year of captivity that a POW may have served before repatriation or liberation

Condition: EF

Code: 19106

30.00 GBP


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