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Spitfire Ace's outstanding medal group expected to fetch £60,000-80,000 at auction

The outstanding medal group for one of WWII?s top Spitfire Ace?s ? a Scot from Portobello ? is coming up for auction. Complete with Distinguished Service Order and bar as well as Distinguished Flying Cross and bar, they belonged to Jamie Rankin, who went on to command Biggin Hill and was singled out as one of the most revered leaders in Fighter Command throughout WWII. Sworders Fine Art Au
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