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A ribbon for a Mercantile Marine War Medal. The ribbon is green on the left and red on the right with a thin white central strip. The ribbon is held in a small brown envelope. " Mercantile Marine War Medal Ribbon. / THIS RIBBON MUST BE WORN / ON THE LEFT BREAST WITH / THE RED STRIP NEAREST TO / THE LEFT ARM / Note.- No person may wear or supply this ribbon / without Board or Trade authority. " is typed in black on the front. " W. S Lochhead / With Discharge Papers 1921 " is handwritten in pencil on the envelope. An illegible red stamp is also on the front.
A Victory Medal. The obverse features a standing Victory figure. The figure is holding a palm branch in her left facing hand and extending her right facing arm. " THE GREAT / WAR FOR / CIVILISATION / 1914-1919 " is marked on the reverse inside a leaf design. " Capt. E.M. King, R.A.F." is inscribed on the edge. The ribbon is a double rainbow colour with crimson on the edges and red in the centre.
A British War Medal. The obverse features an uncrowned left facing portrait of King George V. " GEORGIVS V BRITT: OMN: REX ET IND: IMP " is marked around the profile. The reverse features a St George figure on horseback which is trampling a shield representing the Central Powers and a skull and crossbones. A sun is in the background. " 1914 1918 " is marked around the edge of this scene. " CAPT. E.M. KING. R.A.F." is inscribed on the edge. The ribbon has a watered orange centre with stripes of black and white at the sides and royal blue edges.