Circular silver medal with a clasp on top that holds a blue, black, white, and orange ribbon. The front of the medal shows a naked man riding a horse with his left hand holding the reins while his right hand rests on the back of the horse while holding a small sword. The horse is in mid trot with its front left leg and back right leg curled up. The front right leg of the horse is standing firmly on a shield with a German styled eagle on the front. A skull and crossbones sits right beside the shield. The outside of the front reads, "1914 / 1918." The edge of the coin is smooth except for an inscription that reads, "116293 CPL. E. NASH. C. E.," at the bottom. The reverse shows a profile perspective of a bust potrait of King George V. Around the circumference of the reverse it reads, "Georgivs V Britt. Omn: Rex Et Ind: Imp:." The medal belonged to Edgar Nash, who was in the 11th Regiment of the Canadian Mounted Rifles.