Riband bar faced with three medal ribbons of the 1914-15 Star, British War Medal and Victory medal awarded to Private Albert W.G. Lawson for service in World War I.
(Medals not held in collection)

A.W.G. Lawson is the father of Cpl. Laura Lawson.

Riband bars are small sections of the coloured ribbon from which individual medals are mounted or suspended. (Each medal is presented with its own distinctive ribbon.) The ribbon sections of a riband bar are lined up next to each other and usually fixed to a pin so they can be worn like a badge wiith everyday uniform where medals are not required.

Physical Description

BAR AND THREE MEDAL RIBBONS. AWARDED TO A.W.G.LAWSON FIRST WORLD WAR. (FATHER OF CPL. LAURA LAWSON). 1914 STAR, BRITISH WAR MEDAL AND VICTORY MEDAL RIBBONS. [Medals not held] Strip badge (10 mm high) faced with sections of three medal ribbons. There is a pin attached to the back. The first ribbon section represents the 1914-15 Star ribbon. It has shaded red, white and blue vertical stripes representing the British Empire. The second ribbon section is the British Medal ribbon that has a vertical, centrally positioned wide orange stripe flanked on either side by two white stripes, flanked by two black stripes, flanked by two blue stripes on the outside edges. The third ribbon section is the Victory medal ribbon that has colourful vertical stripes similar to a rainbow. A vertical, centrally positioned wide red stripe is flanked on either side by two shaded yellow stripes, flanked by two shaded green stripes, then two shaded blue stripes and finally two shaded violet stripes on the outside edges.

Obverse Description

Multi-coloured ribbon bar.

Reverse Description

Multi-coloured ribbon bar with stitching and metal pin.

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