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The badges of the Knight of the Order of Australia presented to Prince Philip.

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MILITARY MEDALS - TERRITORIAL EFFICIENCY MEDAL, GVR (444 L.Sgt: A. Tuttle. Suff: Yeo.)

The Crimea War Medal 1854 1856 - Medals Great picture of medal my Great Great Grandfather John Brodie was awarded but also Balaklava Clasp

The Crimea War Medal 1854 1856 - Medals Great picture of medal my Great Great Grandfather John Brodie was awarded but also Balaklava Clasp

Dutch Bronze Lion medal/Bronzen Leeuw (Nederlandse dapperheidsonderscheiding ingesteld bij KB van 30 maart 1944)

Dutch Bronze Lion medal/Bronzen Leeuw (Nederlandse dapperheidsonderscheiding ingesteld bij KB van 30 maart 1944)

K.C.V.O., Knight Commander’s neck badge and breast star, both pieces officially numbered ‘K632’ and ‘632’ respectively, complete with neck cravat in its numbered Collingwood case of issue, awarded to Paymaster Commander Sir Dudley Colles, Royal Navy, Deputy Treasurer to King George VI and Queen Elizabeth, and Assistant Keeper of the Privy Purse.

K.C.V.O., Knight Commander’s neck badge and breast star, both pieces officially numbered ‘K632’ and ‘632’ respectively, complete with neck cravat in its numbered Collingwood case of issue, awarded to Paymaster Commander Sir Dudley Colles, Royal Navy, Deputy Treasurer to King George VI and Queen Elizabeth, and Assistant Keeper of the Privy Purse.

The Army medal was instituted for those who served in the Royal Netherlands Army in operational circumstances during a prolonged stretch of time. After the Royal Netherlands Navy in 1985 all other military arms followed with their operational service medals.

The Army medal was instituted for those who served in the Royal Netherlands Army in operational circumstances during a prolonged stretch of time. After the Royal Netherlands Navy in 1985 all other military arms followed with their operational service medals.

Badge of the Order of the Sword. A chivalry order in Sweden, given for those in the service as an award for bravery or for long and useful service to the country.

Badge of the Order of the Sword. A chivalry order in Sweden, given for those in the service as an award for bravery or for long and useful service to the country.

The order was founded by King Oscar II of Sweden and Norway on 21st January 1904. After the Union of the two countries seized to exist in June 1905, it was no longer awarded.

The order was founded by King Oscar II of Sweden and Norway on 21st January 1904. After the Union of the two countries seized to exist in June 1905, it was no longer awarded.

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