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Local Pick Up & Viewing
Winnipeg friends & customers, please make arrangements for viewing any lots you may be interested in looking at / purchasing. I am currently working away from the shop. Jaime, Wayne & Jim

Code: 68431Price: 0.10 CAD

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WW1 Military Medal Canadian Engineers originally 103rd Bttn
Obtained from the family, 1st time on the market. In pristine condition with original ribbon, and two letters.
11th Field Company Canadian Engineers.
Medal is impressed 706662 SAPr J J MORAN 11 F Coy CAN E
Great citation. Two pieces of original paperwork included.
Moran was slightly gassed and was in a Casualty clearing station for foreign body in hand in 1919. AWOL 4 times, and was under open arrest for drunkenness while on duty 4 months after being awarded the MM. Seems like quite the guy !

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WW1 Canadian Medal Trio Royal Canadian Dragoons & Fort Garry Horse
War, Victory & 14-15 Star.
War & Victory Impressed 15210 CPLC.D. MATHIAS.FGH
Star Impressed 115210 TPR C.D. MATHIAS R CAN DNS
Service file can be seen here


Code: 68392Price: 475.00 CAD

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WW1 Canadian Medal Trio 28th Battalion
War, Victory & 14-15 Star. Each with ribbon.
War & Victory impressed 73898 PTE W.J. FILMORE 28 CAN INF
Star Impressed 73898 PTE W.J. FILMORE. 28 / CAN INF
Filmore's file can be viewed at

Code: 68393Price: 300.00 CAD

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WW1 Canadian Medal Pair 43rd Battalion (formerly FGH)
War & Victory impressed to 693029 PTE N.L. BEDFORD 43- CAN INF. His attestation paper shows he joined the 174th Camerons with prior service in the Fort Garry Horse. With ribbons. Service file can be found here


Code: 68394Price: 125.00 CAD

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WW2era, Knights of Columbus Catholic Army Huts Cloth Patch
Cloth, embroidered. Yellow on black. Harder to find patch.

Code: 68395Price: 55.00 CAD

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National Steel Car Corps Ltd Malton Air Craft Division Patch
Felt patch with yellow printed flocking. Shows use and wear, with glue on the back. Extremely scarce.

Extract of the history of this important business in the Canadian war effort is as follows: "In the mid 1930s, National Steel Car of Canada, a major builder of rolling stock for Canadian railways, based in Hamilton, Ontario decided to venture into the aviation business as well. For their new aircraft division, they kept their iron horse company name but set up new hangars and assembly facilities at Toronto's Malton Airport, about an hour's drive north of Hamilton. Their first contract was to build under licence a number of Westland Lysander II aircraft. They began construction of their hangars and factory in 1936 with tooling and production line construction for the Lysander beginning in April of 1938. By the next year the first Canadian-built Lysander took to the skies over Malton and the beginning of a great aircraft industry was underway. Shortly after the war began, NSC started to build the Avro Anson under contract and the facilities grew commensurate with the growth in production. Eventually the NSC factories would be purchased by the federal government and Victory Aircraft was created - becoming the largest aircraft production facility in Canada, producing more than 430 Avro Lancaster bombers and other aircraft for the air forces of the British Commonwealth in Europe. Victory aircraft would in turn mutate into Avro Canada, builders of the magnificent but failed CF-105 Arrow project." (Acknowledgement to


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WW2 Canadian Armoured Corps Cap Badge
White metal, lug fasteners. One lug repaired years ago. Nice looking badge.

Code: 68397Price: 25.00 CAD

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WW2 British Columbia Dragoons Cap Badge
Brass metal, lug fasteners. Nice older stamping.

Code: 68398Price: 25.00 CAD

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WW2, 14th Canadian Light Horse Cap Badge
Brass metal, lug fasteners.

Code: 68399Price: 45.00 CAD

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