WW1 Japanese Allied Victory Medal in Box . NNJ276


WW1 Japanese Allied Victory Medal in wooden presentation box. Ribbon with hook and eye connector. The characters on the wooden box lid mean “Victory in the Great War.”


ADDITIONAL INFORMATION: The Victory Medal was a commemorative military medal of Japan awarded to mark service during WW1. Established by Imperial Edict in September of 1920, it was one of the series of Victory Medals created and awarded by the victorious allies after WW1. Fifteen nations in all issued a version of the victory medal. All shared the rainbow suspension and service ribbon, but the medals’ designs varied by country. Japan’s design was different from all other versions as it did not depict the goddess Victory, instead, a depiction of Takemikazuchi, the war god in Japanese mythology occupies the obverse of the medal.


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Weight 8 oz
Dimensions 4 × 3 × 1 in