|Object Name||Medal, Military|
A Memorial cross made of sterling silver. Each end of the cross is concave. At the top end there is a crown; on the other three ends there is a maple leaf. In the centre are the letters "G" and "R" superimposed over the other. Behind the cross is a laurel.
On the reverse of the cross is "A 47084 - A/L/Bdr J.E. Jones"
Also on the reverse below the text is the maker's mark. At the top of the cross there is a ring. Through the ring is a metal loop through which a purple satin ribbon runs. Ribbon has been cut.
|Provenance||Medal was awarded to Lance Bombadier James Edward Jones who served with the 98th Tank Battery, Royal Canadian Artillery. In 1941 Jones was killed in a training camp accident in Petawawa, Ontario.|
|Dimensions||W-3 L-15.3 cm|
|Lexicon category||8: Communication Artifact|
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|Event||Second World War|
Jones, James E.