A Great War era campaign and long service medal group of 4: Private Joseph Byrne,  West Lancashire Division Transport & Supply Column Army Service Corps, later Royal Army Service Corps A Great War era campaign and long service medal group of 4: Private Joseph Byrne,  West Lancashire Division Transport & Supply Column Army Service Corps, later Royal Army Service Corps A Great War era campaign and long service medal group of 4: Private Joseph Byrne,  West Lancashire Division Transport & Supply Column Army Service Corps, later Royal Army Service Corps A Great War era campaign and long service medal group of 4: Private Joseph Byrne,  West Lancashire Division Transport & Supply Column Army Service Corps, later Royal Army Service Corps

A Great War era campaign and long service medal group of 4: Private Joseph Byrne, West Lancashire Division Transport & Supply Column Army Service Corps, later Royal Army Service Corps

- 1914-15 Star (851 Dvr. J. Byrne. A.S.C.)
- British War Medal. Silver issue (T-851 Dvr. J. Byrne. A.S.C.)
- Interallied Victory Medals (T-851 Dvr. J. Byrne. A.S.C.)
- Territorial Force Efficiency Medal. GV (S4-252792 Dvr. J. Byrne. R.A.S.C.)

Medal verification: All of the campaign medals & Territorial Force Efficiency Medal confirmed as the recipients full medal entitlement for the Great War era per below cited medal rolls and issuing authorities:

- 1914-15 Star: Ref WO 329/2898. Entered theatre of war France, 22 February 1915
- British War & Interallied Victory Medals: Ref WO 329/2025
- Territorial Force Efficiency Medal: Ref Army Order 65 of 1921

Joseph Byrne attested for the Army Service Corps and served with them during the Great War on the Western Front from 22 February 1915. He was awarded his Territorial Force Efficiency Medal per Army Order 65 of 1921

The medals mounted as-worn in the swing-style, suspended from their original long lengths of silk medal ribbons. The reverse of the medal mounting bar with a long hinged pin & clasp fittings

Condition: VF

Code: 21706

165.00 GBP