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Click to enlarge pictures of the medal!
Above is the medal found by Ms. Carolyn Thompson at an auction in Victoria. After a bit of research, we have concluded this medal belongs to Private Andrew Gibson, who was killed in the line of duty during in World War I. He seems to have been forgotten and we would like to honour his memory by locating his relatives, so we can return his medal.