WW1 Medals & Groupings

10 Items For Sale

28th Division Railroad Worker - KKK

$230.00 ($10.00 S&H)

In this framed grouping are medals that belonged to James Leo Baker, of Harrisburg, Pa. WW1 Victory Medal (no bars, as he stayed in Pa. working on the railroad), Pa. and Harrisburg Service Medals, Soldiers and Sailor's Bridge Medal, Keystone pin, Keystone Medal and a Harrisburg Watch Fob. Not in the frame, but from his estate, his 28th Div. Service Medal and ribbon. All for $230/ Also found in his belongings were his KKK Hero Cross, 2nd Model, but not named to him, as I'm sure it was something he didn't want everyone to know about. This medal is the highest award given out by the Klan and it is priced at $550. I would let everything go for $700, so as to keep it all together.

3 Bar Victory Medal

$65.00 ($7.00 S&H)

Nice 3 bar Victory Medal. Aisne-Marne, Meuse-Argonne, Defensive Sector.

28th Division Victory Medal - 5 Bars

$110.00 ($7.00 S&H)

Great looking WW1 Victory Medal, consistent with those to the 28th Division. Champange-Marne, Aisne-Marne, Oise-Aisne, Meuse-Argonne & Defensive Sector. Great shape with pin.

4th Division Victory Medal

$75.00 ($7.00 S&H)

WW1 Victory Medal with bars consistent for the 4th Division. Aisne-Marne, St Mihiel, Meuse-Argonne & Defensive Sector. Lacks the pin bar.

28th Div. Medal with Photo Cards

$25.00 ($7.00 S&H)

A 28th Fivision Medal, no ribbon, with an unknown felt on felt patch and six photo cards of troops in France.

WW1 Pa. National Guard Service Medal

$25.00 ($2.00 S&H)

WW1 Service Medal for the Pa. National Guard (28th Division). I have two of them, take both of them for $45.

Boxed Victory Medal w/France Bar

$55.00 ($6.00 S&H)

A nice boxed WW1 Victory Medal with France Bar and a piece of trench art (Napkin holder).

WW1 Victory Medal w/France Bar

$40.00 ($2.00 S&H)

WW1 Victory Medal with France Bar. I have two of these, $40 each, your choice.

WWI Penna. Home Defense Police Badge

$110.00 ($5.00 S&H)

This badge is for Washington county and is a 1st issue style. It is serial numbered 365. The Pennsylvania Home Defense Police were an auxiliary police service to supplement existing forces during war-time. They were created on July18, 1917.

WW1 Victory Medal

$45.00 ($2.00 S&H)

WW1 Victory Medal with dogtag to Harry G. Ingram USA