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 WWII Medals and Documents
MM-688   Historic Normandy, June 6TH, 1944, P-51 Ace Pilot KIA!! This Pilot achieved 1.5 Victories with the Eagle squadron before joining the US Air Corps. He was assigned to the 334TH Fighter Group and was with the 334TH Fighter Squadron when he was killed in action. Very historic medal. $1895
MM-687  Naval 6 place medal bar with officially impressed Good conduct medal. $135
MM-686  WWII Navy Good Conduct Medal. $75
MM-685  1937 Good Conduct Medal with 1941 named 2nd award bar. $110
MM-684  Very nice US Navy Contract Air Medal for a Marine Corps Aviation Sgt. Named outer box. $250
MM-683  Great WWII embossed US Marine Corps Good Conduct Medal. $80
MM-682   Great WWII engraved US Marine Corps Good Conduct Medal. $100  $SOLD$
MM-681  Nice WWII set of medals, insignia, dog tag etc. for a Pilot who joined the Army Air Corps in March 1943, proudly serving his country. As a 1st Lieutenant, he flew 94 round trips over the Assam-China "Hump" route, piloting C-46 aircraft on cargo hauls for the 1332nd Air Transport Command China-Burma India Theater Operations. This was the first use of aircraft for an "airlift" type of operation. For his efforts he was awarded the Distinguished Flying Cross and Cluster. $250
MM-680   Pre War Japanese Medal presented to US Navy and Marine personnel who visited Japan in the 1920s. $95
MM-679   WWII Medal Grouping for a Bronze Star, Purple Heart recipient. Bronze Star is Government engraved. CD of research is included. This Veteran was from the Chicago area and we have quite a bit of information about him, but have yet to figure out his unit. Needs more research. $220
MM-678  Historic WWII Government engraved Purple Heart for  a member of the 511TH PIR, 11TH Airborne Division. $1150
While the 511th was in Strategic Reserve in New Guinea (May - October 1944), they conducted Airborne, Jungle and Amphibious training. On Nov. 7, 1944 the Regiment departed New Guinea by ship (USS Cavalier) for the Leyte Campaign in the Philippines. From November 18 to December 27 the Regiment participated in the Leyte Campaign in the Abuyog, Dulag, Burauen, Anonang, Manaraawat, Lubi, Mohonag and Anas areas.

MM-677    Historic WWII Government engraved Purple Heart for  a member of the 504TH PIR, 82ND Airborne Division. $1250
On 19 December, 1944, Colonel Tucker was ordered to Rahier and Cheneux to link up with the 505th PIR at Trois Ponts. The 1st Battalion was ordered to take the towns Brume, Rhier, and Cheneux. At 1400 on 20 December 1944, 1st Battalion (less A Company) moved out toward Cheneux, where it was immediately engaged by a battalion of the SS-Obersturmbannführer Joachim Peiper's Kampfgruppe Peiper of the I SS Panzer Corps. Crossing an open 400-yard field laced every fifteen yards with barbed wire, the 1st Battalion faced the heaviest enemy fire the 504th had ever encountered, including heavy machine-guns, a 20mm gun, and a half-dozen German armored vehicles. Captain Jack M. Bartley was killed on 21 December 1944.
The 504th deployed a captured German halftrack armed with a 70mm gun manned by two paratroopers with no training in its use. They were successful in knocking out several enemy positions. Still, the 504th took very heavy losses crossing the open field, and at 1700 were ordered to withdraw 200 yards (180 m) to the edge of a wood. Colonel Tucker ordered the 1st Battalion to engage in an assault on the German forces in Cheneux that night.[1][8] The Devils pressed forward, and by nightfall had given the Germans their first defeat of the Battle of the Bulge.[1][8] Through heavy fire, Companies B and C wiped out an estimated five companies of German forces, as well as fourteen flak-wagons, six half-tracks, four trucks, and four 105mm howitzers.[9] However, the two companies were decimated, with 23 killed and 202 wounded; eighteen enlisted men remained in Company B, and thirty-eight men and three officers in Company C.

MM-676  MM-674  Historic 127TH Airborne Engineer Bn., 11TH Airborne Division, Purple Heart for a Trooper killed in action on December 7TH, 1944. Includes letter describing the circumstances of his death and original photos. Excellent condition overall. $1150  $SOLD$
    MM-675  MM-674  Historic 503RD Parachute Infantry Regiment , 11TH Airborne Division, Purple Heart for a Trooper killed in action on April 21ST 1945, at Negros Philippines. Excellent condition overall. $995
    MM-674  Historic 505TH Parachute Infantry Regiment , 82ND Division, Purple Heart for a Trooper killed in action on September 22ND, 1944. Excellent condition overall. $1250
MM-672   Very scarce KIA Purple Heart for a member of the 607TH Tank Destroyer Battalion. Includes the Purple Heart Certificate, Accolade document, reprint of the unit history and a letter to the Gold Star Mother. Government engraved Purple Heart in excellent condition. $645  $SOLD$
MM-670  Scarce early 8TH Air Force KIA Group. Includes his Government engraved Purple Heart and Air Medal. Purple heart is numbered. Some research has been done. His B-17 was shot down over Lorient, France on May 17TH, 1943. 364TH Bomb Squadron, 305TH Bomb Group. Condition is excellent overall. $595ON HOLD
MM-668  Historic KIA Government engraved Purple Heart, Air Medal pair. Excellent condition. His B-29 was shot down Oct 22ND, 1944 over Sichuan, China with the 44TH Bomb Squadron, 40TH Bomb Group. $595$SOLD$
MM-667  Nice numbered Purple Heart with original named document that was provided with the purple heart. You have name, rank, state and serial number, should be an easy research project. John Hagerty’s Purple Heart relates to a thigh wound caused by a shell fragment that hospitalized him for 111 days. He was wounded again on February 15, 1945, suffering a shell-fragment wound to his abdomen. This minor injury resulted in no hospitalization. He received treatment at an aid station, collecting or clearing station within his division. At that time, he served with the 10th Infantry Regiment or possibly the 10th Armored Infantry Battalion. $225

MM-665  Rare 101ST Airborne Division Purple Heart for a member of the 321ST Glider Field Artillery Battalion, B Battery, HQ Battalion who was killed in action on January 10TH, 1945 in Belgium during the relief of Bastogne at the Battle of the Bulge. Includes his Government engraved and numbered Purple Heart and his rare Elk Lodge KIA cased medal with regimental DI. Rare set!!! $1695
MM-664 Very rare 325TH Glider Infantry Regiment, 82ND Airborne Division purple heart for a Trooper killed on Jan 7TH, 1945 at the crossroads at Baraque de Frature, near Werbomont  where this unit decimated 2 German divisions! Government engraved with original box. $1255  $SOLD$
MM-663   Rare 511TH Parachute Infantry Regiment, 11TH Airborne for a Trooper killed in action on April 22ND, 1945 on Hill 236 at Sulac, Luzon.  Government engraved Purple Heart with original box, lapel pin and ribbon bar. $1075
MM-647   WWII US Navy/ Marine Corps Purple Heart in original short titled case. $350
MM-643    WWII boxed Silver Star in original box. Mint condition, 1943 contract. $115
MM-642     WWII boxed Silver Star in original box. Mint condition, 1943 contract. $115
MM-637  WWII Air Medal in case. Excellent condition. $70
MM-626   WWII Silver Star. Mint condition, 1943 contract. $145
MM-624    WWII boxed Silver Star in original box. Mint condition, 1943 contract. $115
MM-623   WWII boxed Air Medal. $90
MM-622    WWII boxed Silver Star in original box. Mint condition, 1943 contract. $115
MM-620    WWII boxed Silver Star in original box. Mint condition, 1943 contract. $115
MM-619    WWII boxed Silver Star in original box. Mint condition, 1943 contract. $115
MM-616   WWII slot broach Silver Star. Excellent condition. $80
MM-615   Scarce small lot of WWII boxed Bronze Stars. Each medal is still wrapped in the original paper with box. Price is $35 each.
MM-608  Scarce WWII Navy Contract Silver Star Short Titled USN Case with WWII Army Star, Excellent condition. It was common for the Navy to use standard US stock late in the War. $250
MM-602  WWII boxed Silver Star in original box. Mint condition, 1943 contract. $115
  MM-595   WWII Matt finish US Navy contract Distinguished Flying Cross. $95
  MM-576    Scarce WWII Navy Contract Air Medal. Good condition. $85
MM-517  WWII cased Air Medal with case. Exc. condition overall. $75
MM-507   WWII Purple Heart replacement Ribbon, watered silk. $15 per foot.
  MM-492  WWII  Barnstable, MA Town Medal. $40
  MM-469  British made Good Conduct Ribbon bar. $15
  MM-460  WWII Pacific Theater Battle Streamer, Burma 1941-42.  $35

 

 

 

 

 

  MM-141  1940s Distinguished Service Cross, watered Silk replacement ribbon. $15 per foot.
MM-121  1930s-40s WWII Silver Clusters for Medals and Ribbon Bars. $5 each
  MM-119  Original 1930s-40s watered silk Distinguished Flying Cross Medal Ribbon, old stock. $15 for a 1 foot length.
  MM-118  Original 1930s-40s watered silk Air Medal Cross Medal Ribbon, old stock. $15 for a 1 foot length
  MM-116  American Campaign and Pacific Campaign ribbon. 1940s stock. $10 per foot.
  MM-115  Philippine Defense ribbon. 1940s stock. $10 per foot.
  MM-114  Presidential Unit Citation ribbon. 1940s stock. $10 per foot.
  MM-113  US Navy Sharpshooter Ribbons. 1930s-40s stock. Your choice of the 3 varieties. (Expert Rifle Sold Out) $10 per foot.
  MM-112  US Coast Guard Sharpshooter Ribbons. 1930s-40s stock. Your choice of the 3 varieties. $10 per foot.
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