Many medals of a huge variety are lost or stolen each year and we have a list by medal type of some of them.
Please see links to our databases for details of specific medals which have been reported as lost or stolen.
If you would like to register a medal as lost or stolen with us, please CLICK HERE and fill in the form. There is no charge, but it's advisable to have a Police crime reference number for any lost or stolen medals.
Where there is no Police Crime Reference shown against a medal does not mean the medal in question is not registered lost or stolen with Police but could be for any number of reasons why there is no Police force/crime reference number shown.
We receive hundreds of requests from owners and various third parties to list their Lost or Stolen medals on the website, at the same time all reasonable checks are undertaken where possible to ensure accuracy when listing on the website.
If it is a war medal, click on the tool bar Medals Directory at top of the home page and browse on a date range to narrow your search for the medal.
Last Updates: March 31, 2021 8:23 am
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