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Inter-allied Victory Medals

At the end of World War 1 each of the Allied and Associated nations decided together that they should  issue a Victory Medal and that the figure of Victory should be on the obverse.

If a recipient had been "Mentioned in Dispatches" then an oak leaf bar could be worn on the ribbon.

 

The illustration below is of the Inter Allied Victory Medal  issued by Brazil (this is a copy/replica)

The next three illustrations are of the Inter Allied Victory Medal  issued by Cuba

A medal sold on eBay for $255 at the start of 2007

  

   

Below the Inter Allied Victory Medal  issued by Czechoslovakia - I now have one of these - see previous page..

      

Below the Inter Allied Victory Medal  issued by Greece

One sold for $155 at the start of 2007

    

  

  

Below the Inter Allied Victory Medal  issued by Japan

    

The Japanese medal was issued in a delightful little wooden box - which is highly collectible. I saw one of these being offered at $300

I now have one of these medals in its box - see previous page.

 

Below the Inter Allied Victory Medal  issued by Poland

 

   

Below the Inter Allied Victory Medal  issued by Portugal.

Below the Inter Allied Victory Medal  issued by Romania.

One sold on eBay for $230 at the start of 2007

Below the Inter Allied Victory Medal  issued by Thailand (Siam) 

A genuine Siam medal sold on eBay for $611 at the start of 2007     

China & Montenegro did not issue a medal.