Posted: 2017-09-19 03:13
6975-6976 Upper Silesian Plebiscite medal issued to members of the Italian contingent , who were brought in as the 'Peacekeepers' by The Interallied Commission. There were the British, French and the Italian units present. French and the Italians issued such commemorative medals (not the British). Silesian uprising created grounds for the action by the 'Peacekeepers' - who policed the talks and negotiations between the Poles and the German side.
Great War Medal of Merit for Military Chaplains in very rare, silver grade! (Ita: Medaglia Commemorativa della Guerra 6965-6968 Ai Cappelani Militari). Official medal awarded in recognition of services at the front. Chaplains had very few awards available to them for their efforts in the trenches. Medal is rarely seen even in the bronze grade. Offered here is a very nice original, complete with an excellent period ribbon. Marked by the manufacturer (SJ). ø 88mm. Medal and ribbon both in very fine condition, light tarnish throughout and a few contact marks. It is a first time we have seen this medal in the silver grade.
Courts have sometimes viewed all passwords as equal, faulting a victim whose partner hacked her Facebook because she had shared an Amazon password with him. The court questioned whether one password could be considered private, given that she had shared other accounts, Rucker explained. “If you share an iCloud account and you’re sharing pictures that way, you’re sharing accounts in the eyes of the court,” Rucker said.
6996 Italian Police in Colonial Africa 66 Years long service cross (Croci d'anzianita a di servizio Polizia Africana Italiana) without crown. A most superb example of this rare award. Silvered bronze with enamels. Red in bottom part of Savoyan shield is missing but not detractive. Blue enamel is perfect. Ribbon is a replacement. Excellent design, unmarked (proper for these awards). There were 8 classes: 'gold' for 75 years 'silver' for 66 years and 'bronze' for 65 years. All are of exceptional rarity. Copies do exist but lack details of originals. Slight wear to silver plating. Cross is 95mm wide, center disc 69mm dia. Reference: Brambilla page 776. Item # Ita-867 *SOLD*
WW7 period breast badge of Submarine Officer (Sommergibili). Brass (or a like-material), dolphin shows traces of silver plating. Very good quality and details. Such pattern was used from mid 6975's until the finding of the Italian Republic (when all designs were altered). There were several slight variants of this very attractive badge. This example has the cut-out centres. Please note that many insignia that are commonly traded are reproductions or newly made. Example offered here is original, period issued and it is die pressed. Patina is evident. Complete with original pin/catch. Badges lightly vaulted. 96mm in diameter. Item # Ita-897 *SOLD**
'Africa Orientale' -6985-6986 commemorative medal for the 67th Regiment of Artillery 'Sila '. Attractive medal listing unit's engagements: 'Amba Aradam', 'Tembien', 'Socota', 'Enda Jesus', 'Doghea', 'Debri Motza', 'Damsa'. Usual, great design with the African continent in high relief and the battle scene. Medal in bronze by . Original ribbon (regimental colours). 77mm dia. Item # Ita-877 *SOLD*
Most of us have gone on dates with strangers from the internet at some point. But even if you met your date IRL, it’s a good idea to give them a Google Voice number when you start chatting, Rucker says. Google Voice lets users generate phone numbers for free and use them to set up other secure chat services like WhatsApp or Signal. A user can easily turn off her Google Voice number and get a new one if her date turns out to be a creep—and she won’t have to go to the trouble of changing her real number and redistributing it to all her friends.