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Medal to an Interpreter 2 years 3 weeks ago #54298

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Good Evening Everyone.......

Thought this might be of some interest to someone........
From our favorite auction site.......



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Medal to an Interpreter 2 years 3 weeks ago #54300

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It's renamed Mike - the wording is also of two different varieties.

I have one of these, with an 1879 clasp, to an Interpreter.

See the images attached (below)

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Rory




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Medal to an Interpreter 2 years 3 weeks ago #54307

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Thanks Rory......

That is what we are here for is to learn.......
I thought that he might have added the Native Levies but was not sure of the rest......

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Interesting naming on the eBat example. Lovely naming on your medal, Rory.







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