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World War II Medals

AWARD supply museum quality replica World War II medals, licensed by the Ministry of Defence, and die-struck in the UK to the same exacting standards as the original medal. All medals are priced as individual items and are supplied with loose ribbon, unless stated. If you cannot find the medal you are looking for, please contact us on 01952 510053 and we will be happy to help you.

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  1. 1939-45 Star
    £14.95

    The 1939–45 Star was a campaign medal of the British Commonwealth, awarded for service in the Second World War. The medal was awarded for operational service between 3rd September 1939 and 2nd September 1945. To qualify for this medal, members of the Royal Navy had to complete 6 months service in areas of active operations. For the Army, they had to have served 6 months in an operational command. If they were airborne troops, they could qualify by participating in an airborne operation, and had completed 2 months in a fully operational unit. WWII medals were not engraved when originally issued, so replacements therefore are not suitable for engraving. Learn More
  2. 1939-45 Star Miniature
    £6.70

    Miniature Version of the 1939–45 Star - Die-struck, museum quality replica miniature medal - This medal is supplied with loose ribbon. Learn More
  3. Bomber Command Clasp
    £6.70

    The criteria for the Bomber Command Clasp requires prior qualification for the 1939 to 1945 Star, to which it will be affixed, with the additional requirement to have flown at least one operational sortie with a Bomber Command operational unit. A clasp was deemed more appropriate, by Sir John, in the case of Bomber Command as aircrew had already received either the Aircrew Europe Star or the France and Germany Star and another medal would have constituted “double-medalling” for the same service. Learn More
  4. Bomber Command Miniature Clasp
    £4.65

    The criteria for the Bomber Command Clasp requires prior qualification for the 1939 to 1945 Star, to which it will be affixed, with the additional requirement to have flown at least one operational sortie with a Bomber Command operational unit. Learn More
  5. Battle of Britain Clasp
    £6.70

    The Battle of Britain Clasp was awarded to members of fighter aircraft crews who took part in the Battle of Britain (10th July - 31st October 1940). Learn More
  6. Miniature Battle of Britain Clasp
  7. Atlantic Star
    £14.95

    The Atlantic Star was awarded for 6 months service afloat, in the Atlantic or in Home Waters, within the period 3rd September 1939 to 8th May 1945. Also awarded to aircrew who have taken part in operations against the enemy at sea within the qualifying areas for Naval personnel, subject to 2 months service in an operational unit. WWII medals were not engraved when originally issued, so replacements therefore are not suitable for engraving. Learn More
  8. Miniature Atlantic Star
    £6.70

    This is the miniature version of the Atlantic Star Campaign Medal Die-struck, museum quality replica miniature medal. The star was immediately awarded if the service period was terminated by death, disability or wounding. The award of a gallantry medal or a Mention in Despatches also led to an immediate award. Learn More
  9. Air Crew Europe Bar
    £6.70

    The Air Crew Europe Clasp was awarded to those who subsequently became entitled to the Air Crew Europe Star. Learn More
  10. Miniature Air Crew Europe Clasp

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