After the unfortunate passing of my Grandmother, and me being the sole member of my family serving in the military, her fathers medals have been passed on to me and i would greatly appreciate some info from those of you in the know. As you can see, the medals are still unmounted and in the original packaging they were presented in - he was killed on the Somme and they were given to his family posthumously. The certificate below came with them, so i naturally assume these are indeed the British War medal and the Victory Medal, but which ribbon goes with which??!!! There is also this, seemingly issued are a memorial to his falling in battle, its quite hefty (5 inches in diameter), does anyone know any more about it? Also, and this is not WW1 related i think, there is also this: It appears my great-grandad was a bit of a mean shot, and i have a notebook detailing his various scores in competitions and the like from 1910 up to 1914. Does anyone know anything more about this? Is it a civilian club he was in before he went off to war? Front page of notebook shown - it appears he was very meticulous and recorded every detail.