World War I Victory Ribbon
- Officially Hallmarked and approved by U.S Institue of Heraldry
- Official Military-grade, premium quality regulation size ribbon
- Ribbon made to the highest official government standards and uniform approved
- Made, inspected, and shipped by Veterans in the USA
- Ribbon holding bars are sold separately
The issuance of the World War I Victory Medal established another precedent, that of wearing clasps with the names of individual battles on the suspension ribbon of a general campaign medal. When the ribbon bar alone was worn, each clasp was represented by a small (3/16" diameter) bronze star. To be awarded this you had to have been a member of the Armed Forces who served at least one 1-day active federal service. Instituted for service between April 6, 1917, and November 11, 1918. These ribbons are made to the highest official government standards and uniform approved. All of the ribbons we have featured are unmounted and do not come with a holding bar.
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