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(9) Different Fort Devens Massachusetts Volksmarsch Advertising Award Items
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(9) Different Fort Devens Massachusetts Volksmarsch Advertising Award Items
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The picture shows a view of all (9) Different Fort Devens Massachusetts Volksmarsch Advertising Award Items in this lot. These are medals or badges. Six of the nine are on their originals cards. They were taken out of their clear bags to be pictured. Beginning at the top left this lot includes the following:

The first item is a badge with Roger Conant, the first Governor of The Cape Ann Colony in 1625 and it reads as follows:

10th INT. VOLKSMARCH
IVV - 1985 - AVA
FORT DEVENS WANDERERS
1st GOVERNOR - 1625
CAPE ANN COLONY
ROGER CONANT
SALEM, MA.

The second item is a two part medal connected by a chain. It has an eagle head at the top and a man walking by a building on the bottom section. It is marked as follows:

FREEDOM'S GUARDIAN
15th INT. VOLKSMARCH
FORT DEVENS WANDERERS
IVV - JUNE 1988 - AVA

The third item is a two part medal connected by links. It has a Native American Indian and a map of the Mohawk Trail. It is marked as follows:

THE MOHAWK TRAIL
12th INT. VOLKSMARSCH
FORT DEVENS WANDERERS
IVV - 1986 - AVA
HAIL TO THE SUNRISE
IN THE MEMORY OF THE
MOHAWK INDIAN

The fourth one is another medal with a green ribbon. This one has a U.S. Army Tank medal. It is marked on the back as follows:

FORT DEVENS WANDERERS
15th INT. VOLKSMARCH
JUNE 1989

The fifth item is a medal with a red, white, and blue ribbon. The white section is enameled. It has a space rocket memorial and the State of Massachusetts. It is marked as follows:

1st INT. VOLKSMARCH
FORT DEVENS WANDERERS
AVA IVV
FORT DEVENS MASSACHUSETTS
DR. ROBERT HUTCHINGS GODDARD
SPACE ROCKET PIONEER MEMORIAL
FORT DEVENS

The sixth item is another badge. It has a crest with an eagle, lions a suit of armor, and a shield. It is marked as follows:

SEPT 1993
AVA IVV
FORT DEVENS WANDERERS
25th INT'L. VOLKSMARSCH

The seventh item is another two part medal connected by chain links. It has a cannon at the top and a sailing ship at the bottom. It is marked as follows:

IVV 1986 AVA
11th INT. VOLKSMARSCH
FORT DEVENS WANDERERS

The eighth item is another enameled medal. It has crossed rifles at the top and an arm out of a cloud with a sword and a banner at the bottom. It is marked as follows:

6th INT. VOLKSMARSCH
FORT DEVENS WANDERERS
IVV 1983 AVA
THE BEDFORD FLAG CONCORD 1775
VINCE AUT MORIRE

The nineth and final item in this lot is another badge. It has a gold ribbon and a grasshopper on the medal. It is marked as follows:

1985
9th INT. VOLKSMARSCH
FORT DEVENS WANDERERS
IVV AVA
FANEUIL HALL 1742

To judge the sizes the larger cards measure 3-1/2'' x 5-1/4''. All of these awards are in mint unused condition except the one with a ship. It has some flaking of the plating in one spot. The cards have wear or discoloration as pictured. Below here, for reference, is some additional information:

Volksmarching
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Volksmarching (from German Volksmarsch meaning ''peoples' march'') is a form of non-competitive fitness walking that developed in Europe. Participants typically walk 10 kilometers (6.2 miles) on an outdoor path. Volksmarch associations offer incentive awards (usually medals, pins, and patches) for collecting a certain number of events. Volkssport participants enjoy recording distances and event participation in international record books. Less frequently used terms are Volkswanderung and Volkswalk. A Volksmarch is one of several possible Volkssports that can include skiing, biking, or swimming.

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(9) Different Fort Devens Massachusetts Volksmarsch Advertising Award Items


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