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I have the certificate of Member of the French Legion of

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I have the certificate of Member of the French Legion of Honour awarded to Nancy Wake
on the 23rd December 1970. The medals awarded to her are now in the Australian War Memorial and I can't find the fate of other memorabilia that would have surfaced when she passed away a few years ago. The certificate is framed and untouched or damaged in any way. I understand this is not a true antique but I am looking to find its value as my intention is to sell.
If your memory is a bit lacking, I suggest you google Nancy Wake and be prepared for a lot of valid information along with a lot not-so-valid. She was an amazing person.
Submitted: 2 years ago.
Category: Antiques
Expert:  Nora replied 2 years ago.
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