FAMILY MEDALS: AN HONOUR SHARED

Let future generations share in and remember their family's story of service with superb quality replica medals and miniatures. Each is created to the exacting standards of original medals for wear or display.

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Vietnam Group 4 Court Mounted - Campaign

This set cosists of 4 replica medals court mounted, including the Australian Active Service Medal 1945-1975 with Vietnam Clasp, Vietnam Medal, Australian Defence Medal and Republic of Vietnam Campaign Medal with 1960 Bar. Full size and miniature sets available.

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Vietnam Group 5 Court Mounted - Nashos

This set cosists of 5 full size replica medals court mounted, including the Australian Active Service Medal 1945-1975 with Vietnam Clasp, Vietnam Medal, Australian Defence Medal, Anniversary of National Service 1951-1972 Medal and Republic of Vietnam Campaign Medal with 1960 Bar. Full size and miniature sets available.

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Vietnam Group 3 Court Mounted - Logistic and Support

This set cosists of 3 miniature replica medals court mounted, including the Australian Active Service Medal 1945-1975 with Vietnam Clasp, Vietnam Logistics & Support Medal and Australian Defence Medal. Full size and miniature sets available.

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How medals are mounted

Court mounting (preferred) is where a medals are mounted on a stiff board which has a broach pin at the rear. This mount suspends the overlapped medals in place to stop them 'clanging' against each and causing damage. The ribbon is extended behind the medal when court mounted.

Swing mounting is where the medals are suspended by the ribbon from a broach pin or other attachment. These medals are free to 'swing' and do hit each other which can cause damage.

Miniatures and full sized

There are normally two sizes of each medal created. Full-sized medals are usually worn on service dress or to daytime events. Miniature medals are normally worn with evening dress, such as mess dress and for black tie events.

Who can wear medals?

The recipient of the medals can wear Commonwealth medals at the left of chest. Although not official, it is widely accepted that a descendent of someone who was awarded medals can wear them on the opposite side to show that the medals are not their own.

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