Canadian WWI Local medals

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    fred j borgmann

    Don’t know if anyone collects these but I just found one that seems to be unlisted in Brown’s book and the other listings I know of:

    Markdale, Ont. Canada WWI Service medal named to Corp. A. H. Noble. This is a 10k gold medal of four piece construction consisting of a crowned city coat of arms and a curved ribbon with “CANADA” mounted on a beaver top cross which, in turn, is mounted on a maple leaf wreath. The reverse of the cross part is inscribed “PRESENTED TO <i>CPL A. H. NOBLE </i>BY THE CITIZENS OF <i>MARKDALE</i> FOR GALLANT SERVICES IN THE GREAT WAR 1914-18”. The man’s name and city name are engraved. The medal is 40.5 x 46.3mm in size and weighs 13.12 grams.


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