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1941 Pearl Harbor Survivor's 50th Medal Medallion coin bronze Bolo necklace WW2
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Начало продаж (GMT) 18 октября 2020, 02:05
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Pearl Harbor Commemorative Medal/Medallion/Bolo Pearl Harbor Commemorative Medal Necklace."Remember Pearl Harbor For Those Who Served" It is in a very nice display necklace. Made from leather and gilding.Please use photos as part of description. Note: it is a medallion note currency Wikipedia says: The Pearl Harbor Commemorative Medal, also known as the Pearl Harbor Survivor’s Medal, is a bronze commemorative medal which was established by the United States Congress on November 5, 1990 (P.L. 101-510, 104 Stat. 1721).To have been eligible for the award, "a person must have been a member of the Armed Forces of the United States who was present in Hawaii on December 7, 1941, and who participated in combat operations that day against Imperial Japanese military forces attacking Hawaii. A person who was killed or wounded in that attack shall be deemed to have participated in the combat operations."[1] The presentation of the medals was to be as "close as feasible to the fiftieth anniversary of the attack on Pearl Harbor."[This quote needs a citation]On September 23, 1996, Congress authorized (P.L. 104-201, 110 Stat. 2654) anyone who would have qualified for the medal other than the requirement for membership in the Armed Forces to receive the award. (i.e. civilians who were not killed or injured but can show that they were present in Hawaii on December 7, 1941, and participated in combat operations against the attack.)In both instances, there was a 12-month certification window, therefore, the award is no longer issued. In both instances the next-of-kin of deceased persons eligible for the award were authorized to apply for the medal (one medal per eligible person).The medal is 1.5" in diameter and is non-portable (not designed to be worn on clothing).This is a 10 day no reserve auction. With a low starting bid and will be gone before you know it.Mailed from a PET FREE & SMOKE FREE HOUSE Item shipped within 2 days of received payment guaranteed. (But If paid by 3pm it usually goes out that day.)Please contact me if you have any issues once you have received item & before you leave feed back.Please read and understand what you are buying before you bid.Buyer will pay for any returned shipping There will be a 15% restocking fee for any item returned. View more great items