WW1 British War & Victory Medal Pair - Major F.A.L. Wood, 2/7th Bn. West Yorkshire Regiment

  • Product Code: MM-3338
  • Regiment: West Yorkshire Regiment
  • Era: WW1
  • Availability: Out of Stock

  • Price: £115.00

A first world war medal pair to Major Francis A. L. Wood, 2/7th Battn, West Yorks Regt. 

British War Medal named to Major F,A.L. Wood. 
WW1 Victory Medal named to Major F,A.L. Wood. 

The medals are in good condition and are mounted on card for display. 

Comes with copy MIC and medal roll entry. 

The previous owner stated that he was with the 2/7th Battalion and suffered with shell shock.

We take great pride in our stock and will always strive to bring you genuine items. All our items are carefully checked to make sure they are authentic original pieces.

Having worked in the field for many years we appreciate that there can occasionally be differences of opinion. This is why we have a no quibble returns policy on ALL items. If you want to return any purchase, for whatever reason, we will issue a full refund including your postage costs.

Tags: WW1 Medals, WWI, World War One, First World War, Military Medals, Campaign Medals, British Medals, West Yorkshire Regiment, Leeds Rifles

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