b'11171615ct gold fob (soldier on shield with boomerang, kangaroo and emu) suspended from a black silk band together with two 9ct gold shields and links (approx. 10gms total). The fob, engraved716verso Presented to Pte. A.W. McCullough, 21st Batt. A.I.F. by the Citizens of YACKANDANDAH, March 1919.Arthur Welshman McCULLOUGH of Yackandandah, Victoria, enlisted in February 1916 and joined the 21st Battalion, 14th Reinforcement. He departed aboard HMAT A32 Themistocles in July 1916 and returned in January 1919, having been wounded in action on several occasions.$3004007179ct gold fob suspended on a silk band which is supplemented by three gold shields and gold fittings; the front of the fob shows a soldier standing at ease with his rifle, a map of Tasmania above him; engraved verso Presented by Residents Smithton District to 6278 PTE. F. GRUNDY 2nd A.F.B. A.I.F. DUTY NOBLY DONE 1914 - 19.717(gold weight approx. 10gms).Fred GRUNDY, from Smithton, Tasmania enlisted in May 1916, joining the 12th Battalion, 20th Reinforcement. They embarked from Melbourne aboard HMAT A59 Botanist in August 1916 and he returned to Australia in May 1919.$300400719'