Our satisfaction guarantee

We offer a satisfaction guarantee that if you are not happy with the quality of our service and medal mounting we will refund your money and pay for you to have them mounted somewhere else of your choice. We encourage you to compare the quality of our mounting with some of the average quality mounting of other medal mounters. Below are some before and after shots comparing our work to some of our competitors, along with some other restorations we have completed for our customers.


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Here is an example of one of our competitors work. British medals are especially difficult due to the chunkiness of the clasps. Also the ribbon work and folds in this group is very poor and the medal necks are not tired down and are loose.These medals are also originals and there is significant tarnishing on the medals.

We added the OSM-Greater Middle East Region, and the QEII Diamond Jubilee medal. After cleaning and buffing to remove all the tarnishing and oxidisation we apply a lacquer to the original medals to stop them further tarnishing and oxidising over time. Below is our finished product.
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Vietnam and PNG service group that has terrible ribbon work, clasps are crooked and loose, medal necks have not been tied down properly. Also these were original medals that were suffering from some tarnishing. We cleaned, polished, buffed, and applied a lacquer to ensure they do not oxidise and tarnish in the future. Below is a picture of the finished product.
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This is a great example of why you should research and compare the work of other mounters. This is a very poorly mounters group. All the ribbons are loose and crooked and are the medals are loose. We restored them along with the addition of the US Air Medal.
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Another terrible example of some of our competitors work… Loose and crooked ribbon, medals not tied down, and terrible ribbon folds on the ring neck ribbons.
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Two WWII South African medal goops. Both suffering some serious tarnishing. A buff polish and a few coats of lacquer have restored then to their former glory.
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A simple restoration of two WWII service groups. All were buffed, polished, and lacquered and remounted with new ribbon.
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A very nice WWII service group with a DCM. But unfortunately a very poor job by the previous mounter, and this customer asked us to remount them. After a buff, polish, and a few coats of lacquer they came up very nicely.
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Boer War, WWI and UK police medal. WWI medals up to 100 years old with severe tarnishing. Around an hour of buffing and polishing removed the bulk of the tarnishing and restored them back to their former glory.
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This is a very poorly mounted group one of our customers asked us to remount after they were not happy with the previous mounters work.
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WWI and WWII service group in need of restoration. We also added an additional War medal and ASM 39/45 to this group. All were buffed, polished, and lacquered before remounting with new ribbon.

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