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1939-45 Commander in Chief's Commendation Recipient, accidentally killed (shot by sentry) Pacific Star group of 4. With Mothers & Widows Badge & original letters, Commem Scroll & CinC. Comm Certificate. 1939-45 Star, Pacific Star, War & Aust Service Medals impressed officially: 'NX113312 E.J. FARRELL'. Edward Joseph Farrell, born Kempsey, NSW, 1914. Enl AMF 25/6/40. AAOC Cpl 13/2/42. 3rd Tank Bde Ord 1942. AIF 27/7/42. Sgt 12/9/42. To Aitape 11/12/44 with 110 Bde Ord Field Park. Died from bullet wound 6/4/45. Shot by sentry whilst moving forward to relieve sentry at night - had taken wrong route & did not respond to sentry's challenge. Together with the original Mother's & Widows Badge no. A15025 with clasp & 1 x star issued to his mother, Farrell's bronze Surf Lifesaving Assoc of NSW Proficiency Fob. Paper work includes the CinC. Comm Cert with Blamey signature; colour memorial scroll & Buckingham Palace letter; 2 x Certs of Death on Service; 1947 notification of the Exhumation & reburial of Farrell's remains in the Lae Cemetery; 2 x letters. Also with 5 x original colour patches. Stars retaining original gilt finish on original ribbons. EF. A scarce CinC. Commendation group to the victim of a tragic accident, with paperwork & badgesSOLD at A$650