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Territorial force War Medal

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£55.00 (Inc. Vat)


Territorial force War Medal

Territorial force War Medal was awarded to all those serving with the Territorial Forces on 4 August 1914, or those who had completed four years service before this date and rejoined on or before 30 September 1914, who served overseas during the course of World War I. Those who had already qualified for the 1914 or 1914–15 Stars, however, were excluded. Only 34,000 medals were awarded, making it by far the scarcest of the First World War medals. The value of individual medals depends on the regiment or formation of the recipient.

Date: 1919

Branch of Service: Territorial forces.

Ribbon: Watered gold silk with two dark green stripes towards the edges.

Original Metal: Bronze.

Size: 36mm.

Description: (Obverse) effigy of King George V; (reverse) a wreath enclosing the text FOR VOLUNTARY SERVICE OVERSEAS 1914–19.



Can be engraved with recipients details

1 review for Territorial force War Medal

  1. Gordon Alexander

    My late grandfather was entitled to a TFWM WW1 which he never claimed. I wished to have the medal to mount with his other two campaign medals to mark 100 years since he went to France in 1916. Bigbury have supplied to me in NZ a high quality copy medal in a prompt and efficient manner. Most satisfied. thank you.

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