Original British Army WWI Named Sergeant Grouping

Item Description

Original Item: Only One Available. Sergeant George Clarence Penny served in the British Army During The Great War and was shot in the arm. He survived and his family made a framed display in his memory which features his medals, photo a 7.92mm German bullet that "struck" his arm as well as a letter he wrote to his wife after the war.  We do not think the bullet is the same one that struck GCP's arm as it has no indication that it impacted a bone. Here is a full list of what is included in this collection as obtained from Great War Master Sergeant George Clarence Penny's family:

British War Medal
The Victory Medal
Croix de Guerre with three stars
Photo of Master Sergeant George Clarence Penny in uniform
7.92mm Bullet
1922 envelope from George Penny to his wife
Chess set in Tortoise Shell Cigarette Tin Box
34" x 48" Union Jack Flag
Numerous original photos
Sweet Heart Embroidery
WWII Canteen from another family member with last name Slade who served in WWII

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