Uber Walt Roger Day is flogging his medals via his wife. Found elsewhere on Tinternet. Day's medals for sale Quote from Ebay These are the actual Medals worn by Roger Day at the Bedworth Remembrance Day Parade on 11th November 2009 - as seen in most of the National Newspapers and TV etc. These are all replacement quality medals purchased by me over a period of about 2 years. They cost me over Â£600 in total, the DSO alone was Â£150 as it is a "dual face" (i.e it has a proper back instead of just the front enamelling etc - see photo of reverse of all medals). These have cost me a great deal more than just money though, hence I am keen to get rid of them. The list of medals was widely reported in the Press, but usually incorrectly. Here is the list of what they actually are: Top Row, from Left: Bottom Row, from left: DSO with Queen's Award South Atlantic, with Rosette Military Cross with Oak Leaf Gulf War, with Rosette Croix de Valeur Militaire (French) Accumulated Service Medal Military Medal for Bravery Kuwait Campaign (Saudi Arabia issue) Queen's Gallantry Medal Kuwait Campaign (Kuwait issue) Distinguished Conduct in the Field Kuwait Campaign (UAE issue) Meritorious Service Kuwait Campaign (USA issue) Active Service (Dhofar & Kuwait bars) Long Service Good Conduct NATO Medal - for Gulf War The medals are mounted on 2 brooch style medals bars, which are ideal for hanging in a display case. They will be packaged securely and sent by Royal Mail Special Delivery to ensure both speedy delivery and insurance/traceability through the Royal Mail system. Bids from overseas are welcome, but I will have to check the international postage cost to your country and advise you of any additional costs - therefore please email me before bidding. Certainly a very famous (or infamous) set of medals to add to your collection! Happy Bidding. Kind regards Maxine Day Unbelieveable!