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Medal Catalogue List No. 156  Updated 


Single Campaign Medals NEW STOCK Jubilee & Coronation Medals
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3. Sultan’s Medal for Egypt.  1801  -  Silver 36 mm.  -  Conferred by Sultan Selim 111 of Turkey on the British Officers (in gold) and N.C.O’s (in silver) who took part in the campaign against the French.   Fitted with  contemporary hook and chain. (NEF) £3150
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4.  Manchester Rifle Regiment 1804  A “Gold” medal with red ribbon.  Obverse, a bugle:  Above - “Reward of Merit”  Below - the recipient’s name - Mr. J. Holdsworth.  Reverse - “Manchester Rifle Regiment.  March 1804”   (NEF)  £715
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7. Coorg Medal 1837  -  Bronze.    (NEF) £420
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8.  Coorg Medal 1837  -  Silver.  Original striking.  (NEF) £1865
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9.  Naval General Service Medal. 1 Bar Syria.  Edward Holt.  Recipient served as Pte. R.M. aboard HMS Powerful.  Pawnbroker’s mark  at 3 o’clock on rim.  Edge knock at 7 o’clock on obverse.  (NEF) £795
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10.  Naval General Service Medal.   1 Bar Syria.  Osborne Francis.  Recipient served as Captain’s Cook aboard HMS Powerful.  (GVF)  £775
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11. Military General Service Medal 1 Bar Toulouse.  D. Bowling.  3rd Dragoon Gds.  Verified on Mullen’s Roll.  (NEF) £1025



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13.  Waterloo Medal.  Neil McPeherson.  1st Batt.  79th Regt. Foot.  Served in Capt. A. McLean,s Company  -  Grenadiers  -  at Waterloo and was severely wounded in the left shoulder.  Sold with copy papers which record much active  service during the Peninsular War.  The 79th Regt suffered 68% casualties during the Battle of Waterloo. Fitted with clip and bar suspender.    (GF) £3375


14.  Waterloo Medal.  Thos. Duncanson.  1st Batt.  91st Regt.  Foot.  Sold with copy roll confirming serving in Capt. Wm.    Stewart’s Company at Waterloo.  Also included is a copy of the quarterly pay list showing recipient as died of  10-12-1824 whilst still serving.    Replacement clip and ring suspender. (GF) £2100
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16.  Waterloo Medal. Lieut. John Campbell. 1st Batt.  91st Regt Foot.  Served in Capt. W. Gun’s Coy No. 6 at Waterloo  (NEF)  £3350
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17.  Waterloo Medal. Issac Shaw.  Royal Horse Guards.  Served in Major Drake’s Troop at Waterloo.  Two small plug  holes in rim at 3 o’clock and 9 o’clock which have been neatly filled in.  Casualties during the battle were quite  heavy with 17 killed and 60 wounded out of 237 men of the R.H.G. Clip and ring suspender.  (NVF) £2950
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18.  China 1842 Medal. John Howarth.  98th Regiment Foot.    (NEF) £735


19.  79th Foot Medal.  Silver Regimental Medal.  Obverse - A shield, inscribed 79, and surrounded by a Military Trophy.  Reverse - A dadiated star.  In the centre a sphinx.  Below, “Egypt”, “Waterloo” and “Peninsular”, surrounded by  a scroll inscribed “Egmont-Op-Zee, Fuentes D’Onor, Salamance, Pyrennees, Nivelle, Nive, Toulouse”.  The medal was instituted in 1819 and given in silver for twelve years Good Conduct.  It was discontinued  in 1838.  (NEF) £750
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20.  Sutlej Medal 1846.  For Sobraon.  No Bar.  Sgt. G. Teeling.  Sappers & Miners.  (VF) £455
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21.  Sutlej Medal 1846.  For Ferozeshuhur.  Pte. J. Mooney.  50th Foot.  Named in sloping engraved capitals  (Late issue?)  (NEF) £395



23.  Punjab Medal 1848-49.  No Bar.  Lieut. Hy. W. Stroud.  98th Foot.  Ensign 1843 - 98th Regt.  Lieut. 1846.  Capt. 1857.  Transferred to 63rd Foot 1860.  Transferred to 30th Foot,  as Major 1870.  Brevet Lt. Colonel 1872.  Lieut. Colonel 1879.  Colonel retired 1880.
 This is recipient’s only medal entitlement.   (VF) £595


24.  Punjab Medal 1848-49.   1 Bar Chilianwala.  James Wildbore.  29th Foot.  K.I.A. Chilianwala 13-1-1849.   (EF)  £1625
 

25.  Punjab Medal 1848-49.   1 Bar Mooltan.  Joseph Pickering.  32nd Foot.    Sold with copies of the regimental quarterly pay list which records recipient as having died on the 29th November 1848.  (GVF) £795 PHOTOS


26.  Punjab Medal 1848-49.   1 Bar Mooltan.  Richard Bottriell.  1st Eur Fus.  Sold with some career details.   (NEF)  £500
 

27.  Punjab Medal 1848-49.   2 Bars Goojerat/Chilianwala.  J. Cantle.  24th Foot.  Recipient died at Nowshera on 22nd   November 1855.  He was born in Hindon, Wiltshire, and was employed as a labourer prior to enlistment on  8-3-1838. £1065 PHOTOS


28.  Punjab Medal 1848-49.  2 Bars Goojerat/Mooltan.  Capt. J.R. Western.  Engrs.  (GVF) £950
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29.  Punjab Medal 1848-49.  2 Bars Goojerat/Mooltan.  Wm. Goodwin.  10th Foot.  Minor contact marks.  (VF)  £700


30.  Punjab Medal 1849.  Lieut. W.T. Freeling.  40th Gengal  N.I.  (GVF) £875
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31.  South Africa Medal. 1834-53.  Hugh Eagleston.  2nd Bn.  60th Rifles.  (VF) £625



33.  Baltic Medal.  Un-named as issued to Royal Navy.  (NEF) £190


34.  Crimea Medal.  No Bar.  E. Carr.  2nd Batn.  Rifle Bde.  Officially impressed.  Recipient was Killed during the first attack  on the Redan 18-6-1855.  £575
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35.  Crimea Medal.  No Bar.  Un-named as issued to Royal Navy.   (NEF) £180


36. Crimea. 1 Bar Inkermann. Edmund Irish. Scots Fus. Gds Officially impressed.
Died of Wounds on 6th November 1854 after the Battle at Inkermann (NEF) £800



40.  Crimea.  3 Bars Alma/Ink/Seb.  Serjt. Ml. Hastings.  H.M.  38th Regt.  Regimentally named.  (GVF) £415



43.  Crimea.  4 Bars Alma/Balaklava/Inkermann/Seb.  A. Roy.  Gr. & Dr.  12th Btn. Rl. Arty.  Officially impressed.  (VF)  £950
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44.  Crimea   4 Bars  Alma/Bal./Ink/Seb.  Seignobose.  286.  (Depot impressed)  (GVF) £535
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44a.  Sardinian War Medal  for the Crimea. Sgt. J. Sherlock. 19th Regt.
“Was present during the whole of the Campaign of 1854-55, during which period he was never absent from his duty, sickness or any other cause. Was present at Alma, Inkermann, the Taking of the Quarries, and at two assaults on the Redan of the 8
th September 1855, when he was slightly wounded. (NEF) £850


Indian Mutiny Medals

52.  Indian Mutiny.  1 Bar Central India.  Wm. Arthur.  72nd Highlanders.    (GVF) £550
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53.  Indian Mutiny.  1 Bar Central India.  Alexr. Walker.  71st Highd.  L.I.  Verified.  (NEF) £520


54.  Indian Mutiny.  1 Bar Central India.  Trooper Amrrool Ali Khan.  1st Regt.  Cavy.  Hydd. Conjt.   (NVF) £595
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55.  Indian Mutiny.  1 Bar Central India.  Veerapah.  1st Regiment N.I.  (GVF) £495


56.  Indian Mutiny.  1 Bar Central India.  Wm. Arthur.  72nd Highlanders. (GVF) £550


57.  Indian Mutiny.  1 Bar Central India.  Asst. Surgn. W.C. Browne.  2nd Tp. H. Bde.  Bombay Arty. (NEF) £850
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58.  Indian Mutiny.  1 Bar Central India.  John Keefe.  88th Regt.  Verified. Contact marks.  (VF) £525
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59.  Indian Mutiny.  3 Bars  Lucknow/Rel. of Lucknow/Delhi.  Gnr. C. Callahame.  1st Bde., Bengal H. Art. (NEF)  £1785


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India General Service Medals 1854

India General Service Medal 1854. Pegu "Hastings"
(66a)
India General Service Medal 1854. One Clasp Pegu.
WM STOCK. ORDY. "Hastings". Verified.
Couple of very light scratches to obverse, otherwise GVF £335
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64.  I.G.S.  Medal.  1854  1 Bar Pegu..  Josh. Baverstoke.  “Winchester”.  Verified.  Contact marks. (NVF) £335

65.  I.G.S.  1854  1 Bar North West Frontier.  J. Maskerry.  H.M’s 1st Bn.  19th Regt.  Awarded for an expedition under  Major-General A.T. Wilde against the Bazotee Black Mountain Tribes 3-22 Oct 1868.  Contact marks.  (VF)  £350

66.  I.G.S.  1854  1 Bar North West Frontier.  Pte. .J. Meadows.  3rd Bn. Rifle Bde.  -  Verified on roll for Action at  Shubkudder on 2nd Jan. 1864.    (NEF) £350

67.  I.G.S.  1854  1 Bar Looshai.  Sepoy Jowakir.  Bl. Sappers & Miners.  (VF) £465

68.  I.G.S.  1854  1 Bar Looshai.  1st Class Sgt. Maung Lu Gau.  Thayetanyo Dist. Police.  (GVF) £520
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69.  I.G.S.  1854  1 Bar Looshai.  Sepoy Nund Sing Lama.  44th Regt. N.I.  (NEF) £515
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70.  I.G.S.  1854  1 Bar Jowaki 1877-8.  Pte. Saml. Coulson.  4th Bn. Rifle Bde.  Verified on roll.  (GVF) £300

71.  I.G.S.  1854  1 Bar Naga 1879-80.  Constable Shuharoo Cachari.  Goalpara Fr. Police.   (NEF) £435

72.  I.G.S.  1854  1 Bar Burma 1885-7.  Pte. .J. Doyle.  2nd Bn.  Liverpool Regt.   (NEF) £195

73.  I.G.S.  1854  1 Bar Burma 1885-7.  Pte. G. Williams.  2nd Bn.  Som. Lt. Inf.  Verified on roll.  (GVF) £195

74.  I.G.S.  1854  1 Bar Burma 1885-7.  Cpl. S. Terne.  2nd Bn. Liverpool R.    (GVF) £195

75.  I.G.S.  1854  1 Bar Burma 1885-7.  Sepoy Manbir Magar.  2nd Bn.  3rd Gurkha Regt.  (GVF) £185

76.  I.G.S.  1854  1 Bar Burma 1885-7.  Bronze.  Jam Hohamid Khan.  Comst. Transport Dep.  (NVF) £125

78.  I.G.S.  1854  1 Bar Sikkim 1888.  Pte. H. Hall.  2nd Bn.  Derby Regt.  Confirmed on roll. (NEF) £365

79.  I.G.S.  1854  1 Bar Sikkim 1888.  Bronze.  Muleteer Mardan Singh.  Comt. Transport Dept.  (NEF) £335

82.  I.G.S.  1854  1 Bar Hazara 1888.  Sepoy Mattar Sing Surung.  2nd Bn.  5th Gurkha Regt. (NVF) £195

84.  I.G.S.  1854  1 Bar Hazara 1888.  Naick Hazuri.  2nd Sikh Infy.    Loose suspender.  (GVF) £195

85.  I.G.S.  1854  1 Bar Hazara 1888. Cpl. H. Parratt.  2nd Bn.  Northd. Fus.  Suspender loose.    (GVF) £225

86.  I.G.S.  1854  1 Bar Hazara 1888.  Pte. J. Hixon.  2nd Bn.  Northd. Fus. (GVF) £240
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87.  I.G.S.  1854  1 Bar Burma 1887-89.  Sgt. T. Butler.  1st Bn.  Hampshire R.  (NEF) £260
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88.  I.G.S.  1854  1 Bar Burma 1887-89.  Drummer J. Connell.  2nd Bn.  R.W. Surrey. R.  (NEF) £285
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89.  I.G.S.  1854  1 Bar Burma 1887-89.  Pte. W. Woolins.  2nd Bn.  Cheshire R.  Possible renaming. (GVF) £145
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90.  I.G.S.  1854  1 Bar Burma 1887-89.  Cpl. V. Guidolli.  2nd Bn. Cheshire R.  Verified on roll. (NEF) £245

91.  I.G.S.  1854  1 Bar Burma 1889-92.  Cpl. G.W. Taylor.  1st Bn. D.C. Lt. Infy.  (NEF) £235

92.  I.G.S.  1854  1 Bar Chin-Lushai 1889-90.  Pte. G.H. Roache.  1st Bn. Cheshire R.  Verified on roll.   (NEF)  £335

93.  I.G.S.  1854  1 Bar Chin-Lushai.  1889-90.  Sub-Postmaster Sarada Prasad Dutt.  Postal Dept.  (NEF) £525
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94.  I.G.S.  1854  1 Bar N.E. Frontier 1891.  Sepoy Jawahir Khan.  1st Bl. Infy. (GVF) £340
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95.  I.G.S.  1854. 1 Bar N.E. Frontier 1891.  Pte. E.W. Ives.  4th Bn.  K.R.R.C.  Sold with copy papers.    (NEF) £385

96.  I.G.S.  1854  1 Bar Lushai 1889-92.  Sepoy Hardit Pande.  Mily. Police Bn.  Pyinmana.    (GVF) £485
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97.  I.G.S.  1854  1 Bar Lushai 1889-92.  Sepoy Dasarath Gurung.  Mily. Police Bn.  (VF) £415
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98.  I.G.S.  1854  1 Bar Hazara 1891.  Pte. G. Ladd.  2nd Bn.  Seaforth Highrs.  Verified on roll.  (NEF) £260

99.  I.G.S.  1854  1 Bar Hazara 1891.  L/Cpl. C. Knappett.  1st B.n.  R.W. Fus.  (NEF) £275

100.  I.G.S.  1854  1 Bar Hazara 1891.  Bronze.  Dooly Bearer Bodhai.  Comst. Transport Dept.    (GVF) £185
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102.  I.G.S.  1854  1 Bar Chin Hills 1892-93,  Spr. Soonthrum.  No. 1 Coy.  26th Sappers & Miners.  (NEF) £445

103.  I.G.S.  1854  1 Bar Chin Hills 1892-93.  Un-named (not erased).  Traces of silvering.  Rare Bronze Bar.   (NEF)  £585

104.  I.G.S.  1854  1 Bar Waziristan 1894-5.  Pte. Mooneesaw My.  14th Madras Infy. (VF) £185
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106.  I.G.S.  1854  2 Bars Looshai/North West Frontier.  Rifleman Heera Sarkee.  2nd Gookha Regt.   (GVF) £595

107.  I.G.S.  1854  2 Bars Chin Hills 1892-93/Burma 1887-89.  Sepoy Rallan Singh.  Aje-U-Mil. Police Bn.    (NEF)  £515
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108.  I.G.S.  1854  2 Bars Burma 1885-7/Burma 1887-89.  Sgt. P. Carter.  1st Bn.  Rifle Bde.  (Top bar loose)  (NEF)  £335

109.  I.G.S.  1854  2 Bars Burma 1885-7/Burma 1887-89.  Pte. J. Stacey.  2nd Bn. Somerset L.I.    (NEF) £355
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110.  I.G.S.  1854  3 Bars Bhootan/Burma 1885-7/Burma 1887-89.  Lieut. S.B. Home.  6th N.I.   Ensign - 12-10-1859.  Lieut. - 28-7-1861.  Captain - 6-5-1869.  Major - 12-10-1879.  Lt. Colonel - 17-11-1885.  Colonel 12-10-1889.  Retired - 20-11-1891.  Also entitled to Afghan 1878-80 Medal without clasp.  Sold with brief career details.  (NEF)  £835
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112.  Abyssinia Medal.   Major F.J. Ellis.  Commst. Dept.  (EF) £775
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113.  Abyssinia Medal.    W.H. Tredidgo.  Caulker.  H.M.S. Argus.  Usual (neat) repair to suspender.   (NEF) £400


115. 
Ashantee Medal  1873-74.  No. Bar.  J. May.  Gunr.  R.M.A.  HMS Aegus.   Contact marks.  (VF) £335



117.  Afghanistan Medal 1878-80.   No Bar.  Pte. J.W. Raper.  2/15th Foot.  (GVF) £195

119.  Afghanistan 1878-80.    No Bar.  Sepoy Chanisa Chand.  1st Goorkha Regt.  £160

120.  Afghanistan 1878-80.    No Bar.  Pol. Local Lt.  W.E.C. Paget.  Trans. Dep.    (VF) £335
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121.  Afghanistan 1878-80.    No Bar.  Dfr. Shew Lall.  17th Bengal Cavy.  (NVF) £165
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123.  Afghanistan 1878-80.    No Bar.  Havr. Hustee Goorung.  1st Goorkha Regt.  (GVF) £165

124.  Afghanistan 1878-80.    No Bar.  Pte. Geo.  Hart.  63rd Regt.  (VF) £195

125.  Afghanistan 1878-80.    No Bar.  Sepoy Deua Sing.  1st Punjab Infy.  (VF) £175

127.  Afghanistan 1878-80.    1 Bar Ahmed Khel.  Pte. T. Campion.  59th Foot.  (GVF) £345

128.  Afghanistan 1878-80.    1 Bar Ahmed Khel.  L/Cpl. J. Suffern.  59 Foot.  (GVF) £350

129.  Afghanistan 1878-80.    1 Bar Kandahar.  Pte.. J. Dunkin  2/7th Foot.  Verified on roll.  (NEF)    £330

130.  Afghanistan 1878-80.    1 Bar Kandahar.  Lieut. C.F.S. Alban.  Tran. Ser.  (NEF) £525

131.  Afghanistan 1878-80.    1 Bar Kandahar.  Pte. J. James.  2/7th Foot. (GVF) £370

132.  Afghanistan 1878-80.    1 Bar Kandahar.  Gnr. T. Roberts.  13/8th Bde.  R.A.  (NEF) £330

133.  Afghanistan 1878-80.    2 Bars Ali Musjid/Kabul.  Sowar Futteh Sher.  Corps of Guides Cavy.   (VF) £315

134.  Afghanistan 1878-80.    2 Bars Charasia/Kabul.  Sowar Abdel Hakim.  5th Punjab Cavy.   (NVF) £275

135.  Afghanistan 1878-80.    2 Bars Charasia/Kabul.  L/Cpl. P. Callaghan.  67th Foot.  (NEF) £450

137.  Afghanistan 1878-80.    2 Bars Kabul/Charasia.  Sepoy Gumbheer Singh.  5th Regt.  N.I.  (NVF) £325



140.  Egypt Medal   -  1882.  No Bar.  C. Wallace.  A.B.  HMS Inconsistent.   (NEF) £175

142.  Egypt  -  1882.  1 Bar Tel-El-Kebir.  Gnr. G. Crane.  7/1st Bde.  R.A.  Verified.  (NEF) £255

143.  Egypt  -  1882.  1 Bar Tel-El-Kebir.  Pte. T. Collins.  2/York & Lanc. R.  Pitted.  (NVF) £225

144.  Egypt  -  1882   1 Bar Tel-El-Kebir.  Pte. J. Bennett.  12th Co.  C.&T. Corps.   (NEF) £250

145.  Egypt  -  1882   1 Bar Tel-El-Kebir.  Pte. J. Scott.  1/Scots Gds.  (NEF) £290

146.  Egypt  -  1 Bar The Nile 1884-85.  Pte. J. Messon.  1/Rl. Irish Regt.  (NEF) £325
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147.  Egypt. -  1 Bar El-Teb-Tamaai.  Pte. E. Nowland.  3/K.R.  Rif. C.   (NEF) £350
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148.  Egypt  -  1 Bar Suakin 1885.  Pte. W. Campion.  1/Coldstream Gds.  Verified.  Shallow pitting. (VF) £275
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149.  Egypt  -  1 Bar Suakin 1885.  Cpl. H. Moseley.  M.S. Corps..  Shallow pitting.    (VF) £240

150.  Egypt  -  1 Bar Gemaizah 1888.  Pte. R. Gill.  2/K.O. Scot. Bord.  Slight Pitting. (GVF) £330

151.  Egypt  -  2 Bars El-Teb-Tamaai/The Nile 1884-85.  Pte. A. Croad.  1/Gordon Highrs.  (GVF) £360


153.  Khedives Star 1882.   (NEF) £100

154.  Khedives Star 1882.  Reverse engraved “2472 Private F.W. Lund.  R.I.D.G.  (NEF) £100



156.  Royal Niger Company’s Medal.  Bar Nigeria - Bronze.  -  Copy.  (NEF) £80


157.  East and West Africa Medal  For M’Wele 1895-6.  Hvdr. Umar Din.  24th Bo. Infy.  (NEF) £250



160.  India General Service Medal 1895.  3 Bars Rel. of Thitral/Tirah/Pjb. Fr.  Pte. W. Knowles.  2nd Bn.  K.O. Sco. Bord.  Recipient was  K.I.A. on 21-11-1897 at Bagh.  -  Gunshots to body.  (EF) £1275


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164.  I.G.S.  1895.  2 Bars Pjb. Fr/Tirah.  Sepoy Ramia Thapa.  2nd Bn.  1st Gurkha Rifles.  Loose suspender. (GVF)  £205

165.  I.G.S.  1895.  2 Bars Pjb. Fr/Tirah.  Pte. J. Bailey.  1st Bn. Ryl. W. Surrey. R.  Bars Verified.    (GVF) £225
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166.  I.G.S.  1895.  2 Bars Pjb. Fr/Tirah.  Ballak Ram.  Survey Dept.    (GVF) £215

167.  I.G.S.  1895.  2 Bars Pjb. Fr/Tirah.  Rfn. Kirpal Sing Negi.  39th Bl. Infy.  (GVF) £195

168.  I.G.S.  1895.  2 Bars Pjb. Fr/Samana.  Hav. Gosaom.  5th Junjab Infy.  (GVF) £195

169.  I.G.S.  1895.  1 Bar Rel. of Chitral.  Hav. Buta Singh.  20  (D.C.O.)  P.I.  (GVF) £155

170.  I.G.S.  1895.  1 Bar Rel. of Chitral.  Pte. H. Evans.  2nd Bn.  Seaforth Highrs.   (NEF) £225

171.  I.G.S.  1895.  1 Bar Rel. of Chitral.  Dvr. O. Allen.  15 Fd. By.  R.A.    (VF) £220

172.  I.G.S.  1895.  1 Bar Punjab Fr.  Sowar Ward Ordeerly Abdull Hahim.  5th Pjb. Cavy.  (NVF) £135

173.  I.G.S.  1895.  1 Bar Punjab Fr.  Pte. J. Ferguson.  2nd Bn. Arg. & Sutherland Highrs.   (GVF) £195

175.  I.G.S.  1895.  1 Bar Punjab Fr.  Spr. Lal Khan.  Bl. Sappers and Miners.   (VF) £125

176.  I.G.S.  1895.  1 Bar Punjab Fr.  Sepoy Bustu Singh.  35/Sikhs. (VF) £125

177.  I.G.S.  1895.  1 Bar Punjab Fr.  Sepoy Biland.  1st Punjab Infy.  (NEF) £135

178.  I.G.S.  1895.  1 Bar Punjab Fr.  Sepoy Khazana.  4th Sikh Infy.  (VF) £150

179.  I.G.S.  1895.  1 Bar Punjab Fr.  Sepoy Kale Khan.  22nd Punjab Infy.  (GVF) £155

180.  I.G.S.  1895.  1 Bar Punjab Fr.  Signr.  Heeralal.  Tel. Dept.  (GVF) £140

181.  I.G.S.  1895.  1 Bar Punjab Fr.  Bronze.  Driver Nalbu.  1st Patiala I.S. Infy.  (VF) £140

182.  I.G.S.  1895.  1 Bar Punjab Fr.  Jemadar Pooran Singh.  12th Bl. Cavalry.  Enlisted 26-8-1882,  Jemadar  1-5-1896.    (NEF) £165


186.  Ashanti Star 1896.  Un-named as issued.  (NEF) £285


187.  Queens Sudan Medal.  Pte. G. Hirons.  1/R. Warwick Regt.   (NEF) £375


188.  Khedives Sudan Medal.    No Bar.  Pte. J. Smith.  5th Fusrs.    (NEF) £195

189.  Khedives Sudan.    Pte. R. Lisle.  1st Sea. Highrs.  Sold with copy of roll which lists recipient as deceased.    (Researcher’s report states “killed”)  Roll shows entitlement to “Atbara” clasp.    (NEF) £245

190.  Khedives Sudan.    1 Bar Hafir.  Un-named as issued.   (NEF) £175

192.  Khedives Sudan.    2 Bars Firket/Hafir.  Un-named as issued.    (NEF) £180

193.  Khedives Sudan.    4 Bars Firket/Hafir/Sudan 1897/Khartoum.  Un-named.  (NEF) £280

194.  Khedives Sudan.    No Bar.  Bronze.  Un-named as issued. (NEF) £150



Queen's South Africa Medals.

196.  Q.S.A.  5 Bars Rel. of Kimberley/Paard/Drief/Johan/Sa’01.  Capt. O. Harris.  W. Riding Regt.
Recipient died of enteric and pneumonia on 9-10-1901.  Born 1863 and educated at Winchester.  Joined  W. Riding Regt from 3/R.W. Kent R. Jan 1884.  Capt. Feb. 1890.  Adjutant of Volunteers Feb. 1892 to Feb. 1898,  and held the local rank of Major in S. Africa from Feb. 22nd 1901, whilst commanding a Battn. of  M.I.  He was  wounded at Klip Kraal on 16-2-1900, and again wounded (severely) at Bothaville on 6-11-1900.  Mentioned in  despatches  -  L/G 8-2-1901.  (NEF) £1175

197.  Q.S.A.  5 Bars CC/OFS/TVL/SA’01/SA’02.  Lieut. A.W. White.  21/Imp. Yeo.   Lt. White was seconded for  service with the Imperial Yeomanry from the 4th Vol. Bn. South Wales Borderers.  (EF) £350

199.  Q.S.A.  4 Bars CC/OFS/SA’01/SA’02.  Pte. W.F. Huff.  Lancashire Fus.  (GVF) £115

200.  Q.S.A.  4 Bars CC/TVL/SA’01/SA’02.  Cpl. A. Venn.  51st Coy.  Imp. Yeo. (Paget’s)  Recipient was K.I.A. at  Trenanfontein on 21-1-1902.    (EF) £485
PHOTOS

201.  Q.S.A.  4 Bars Tug. Hts/Rel. of L’Smith/TVL/L. Nek.  Pte. T. Heaps.  13/Hussars.  D.O.W. at Buchmans Kop  on 23-2-1901.  (EF) £525
PHOTOS

203.  Q.S.A.  4 Bars Def. Of L’Smith/OFS/L. Nek/Belfast.  Pte. T. Greenin.  19/Hussars.  Contact marks. (VF)  £325
PHOTOS

204.  Q.S.A.  4 Bars CC/OFS/SA’01/SA’02.  Checker G. Kinton.  A.S.C.  £255

205.  Q.S.A.  4 Bars CC/OFS/SA’01/SA’02.  Cpl. J. Stage.  Scottish C.C.    Rare Unit.  (NEF) £415

211.  Q.S.A.  3 Bars CC/OFS/SA’02.  Pte. E. Prince.  Manchester Regt.  Sold with copy papers. (NEF) £140

212.  Q.S.A.  3 Bars CC/SA’01/SA’02.  Pte. S.G. Downs.  E. Surrey Regt.  (GVF) £110

213.  Q.S.A.  3 Bars CC/OFS/Belfast.  Pte. C. Brunton.  Rl. Scots.  Obverse slightly polished.  (GVF) £115

214.  Q.S.A.  3 Bars TVL/SA’01/SA’02.  3rd Cl. Tpr. R.J. Smith.  S.A.C.  Sold with Irish Rifle Assocn. Bronze Gilt  Medal with 8 date bars - 1887.  1888.  1889.  1890.  1892.  1894.  1895 and 1896.    (NEF) £195

215.  Q.S.A.  3 Bars CC/L.Nek/Belfast.  Pte. W. Smith.  Liverpool R.  Recipient was wounded in action at Helvetia on  29-12-1900 when four weak companies of the Kings Regt., under the command of Major S.L. Cotton, and detachments of the 19th Hussars and 6th Coy W.D.  R.G.A., suffered a heavy defeat at the hands of Boer troops commanded by Gen. Ben Viljoen.   (NEF) £375
PHOTOS

217.  Q.S.A.  3 Bars CC/OFS/TVL.  Pte. N. Crowther  23rd Coy.  8th Imp. Yeo.  K.I.A. near Hoopstad on 23-10-1900 (EF) £525
PHOTOS

219. Q.S.A.  2 Bars CC/OFS.  Pte. A. Prescott.  1st Camn. Highrs.  Recipient died of disease at Kroonstad on  21-12-1900.    (NEF) £210

221. Q.S.A.  2 Bars CC/SA’02.  Pte. W. Skipton.  Worcester Regt.  Sold with copy papers.  (NEF) £135

222. Q.S.A.  2 Bars CC/OFS.  Cpl. A. Levy.  Rl. Fusiliers.   (GVF) £150

224. Q.S.A.  2 Bars OFS/TVL.  Pte. E.H. McChesney.  Imp. Lt. Horse.  Recipient was killed by lightning at Vischgat on 9-11-1901. (GVF) £350

225. Q.S.A.  2 Bars  TVL/SA’02.  2/Lieut. G. Waters.  A.S.C.  Loose suspender.    (VF) £195

226. Q.S.A.  2 Bars  CC/OFS.  Pte. W.E. Sale.  2nd East Yorkshire R.  Died of disease on 20-6-1900 & buried in President Avenue Cemetery, Bloemfontein.    (EF) £200

227. Q.S.A.  2 Bars CC/Paard.  Pte. W. Bryce.  1st Highland Lt. Infy.  Verified. (GVF) £165

228. Q.S.A.  2 Bars CC/Witt.  Cpl. J. Morris.  2/E. Yorkshire Regt.  Sold with copy papers. (NEF) £130

229. Q.S.A.  2 Bars OFS/SA’02.  Pte. T. Spence.  Uttenhage T.G.   Somewhat polished. (NVF) £100

230. Q.S.A.  2 Bars Rel. of Kimberley/Paard.  Pte. W. Jones.  Welsh Regt.  Recipient was wounded at Paardeberg on 19-2-1900.    (NEF) £360

231. Q.S.A.  1 Bar Cape Colony.  Pte. T. McManus.  W. Yorkshire Regt.  Recipient died of injuries caused by an accident on the railway at Kimberley on 4-7-1901.  (NEF) £315

232. Q.S.A.  1 Bar Relief of Kimberley.  Sgt. I. Louis.  A.S.C.   (GVF) £145

233. Q.S.A.  No Bar.  Pte. W.G. Paston.  S. Stafford R.  Sold with copy papers which show entitlement to bars for O.F.S. and SA’02.   (NEF) £135
  PHOTOS

234. Q.S.A.  No Bar.  Pte. S. Leech.  Manchester Regt.    (NEF) £120



King's South Africa Medal.

239. K.S.A.  Usual Two Bars.  Pte. J. Turnbull.  Northd. Fus.  Official correction to initial “J”.  K.I.A. with 1st Bn. At Klerksdorp on 25th Feb. 1902.    (NEF) £365
  PHOTOS

240. K.S.A.  1 Bar S. Africa 1902.  Pte. A. Griffiths.  N. Stafford Regt.  Confirmed a s  one bar medal.  (GVF) £250



Africa General Service Medals

245. A.G.S.  1 Bar Somaliland 1902-04.  Bronze.  Cooly Sowar Khan.  S. & T.C.   Verified.  (GVF) £360

246. A.G.S.  1 Bar Somaliland 1902-04.  Sepoy Hoossain Khan.11. 101/Gren. Repair to suspender, does not swivel (GVF) £175


248. A.G.S.  1 Bar Kenya.  Warder John  S/O Oleje.   (EF) £100

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Africa General Service Medal for Kenya. Glosters
248a. Africa General Service Medal. 1 Bar. KENYA.
23081425. PTE. T. SPEARING. GLOSTERS.
A couple minor edge knocks (GVF) £150 PHOTOS


249. A.G.S.  1 Bar Kenya.  Capt. K.B. Holloway.  R.A.M.C.  M.B.  Capt 31-8-1954 - Regular Army National Service Officer.   Toned.    (NEF) £285

250. A.G.S.  2 Bars Somaliland 1902-04/Jidballi.  Sepoy Megh Singh.  Bikanir Camel Corps.  (VF) £330


251. Tibet Medal 1903-4.  No Bar.  Silver.  Sepoy Dartap Singh.  32nd Sikh Pioneers.  Minor edge knocks.   (GVF) £295

252. Tibet 1903-4.  1 Bar Gyantse.  Silver.  L/Nk. Ahmed.  24th P.M. Corps.  (GVF) £495

256. Tibet 1903-4.  1 Bar Gyantse.  Bronze.  Cooly Pharke Magar.  S. & T.C.  (NEF) £475

257. Tibet 1903-4.  1 Bar Gyantse.  Bronze.  Cooly Doree.  S. & T. Corps.  (NEF) £475

258. Tibet 1903-4.  1 Bar Gyantse.  Bronze.  Cooly Kabiraj Gussarn.  S & T. Corps.    (GVF) £385


259. Messina Earthquake Medal 1908.  Un-named as issued.  (NEF) £150


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Messina Earthquake Medal 1908
271a.  Messina Earthquake Medal 1908.  Un-named as issued.  (VF)  £130  PHOTOS


260. Khedives Sudan Medal 1910.   1st type.  No Bar.  Bronze.  Un-named as issued.  (GVF) £415

261. Khedives Sudan 1910.   1 Bar Zeraf 1913-14.  Silver.  Un-named as issued.    (NEF) £450


WW1. First World War  Medals - Singles

262. 1914 Star & Bar.  Cpl. J. Burke.  1/K.R.R.C.  (copy bar)    (NEF) £120

264. 1914 Star & Bar.   Gnr. F.H. Rix  R.G.A.  (‘slide-on‘) Bar  (GVF) £70

265. 1914 Star.    Pte. J. Capstick.  R. Lanc. R.  (Kings Own)  Recipient was K.I.A., on 5-4-1916 with the 6th Bn., in Mesopotamia and is commemorated on the Basra Memorial.   (NEF) £135

266. 1914 Star.    Pte. J.E. Ward.  7/Dgn. Gds.  Sold with recipient’s Victory Medal.  (NEF) £115

267. 1914 Star.    Strpr. J.T. Bradbury.  A.S.C.    (NEF) £75

269. 1914 Star.   Pte. C. Howard.  18/Hussars.   (NEF) £100

270. 1914 Star.   Lieut. C.R. Shannon.  Recipient  K.I.A. 4.10.1915 and is commemorated on the Loos Memorial  (NEF) £175
PHOTOS

272. 1914 Star.   Pte. J. McGregor.  1/Dragoons.  Sold with recipient’s Victory Medal.  (Tanks)   (GVF) £165

273. 1914 Star.   Pte. W. Cashman.  Coldstream Gds.  Sold with recipient’s Victory Medal.  (VF) £125



278. 1914-15 Star.   Sgt. J.W. Ford.  Scottish Rifles.  Sold with recipient’s T.F.E.M. - Geo. V.  (C. Sgt. - O.R.S.  J.W. Ford.  6/Sco. Rif.  (NEF) £110

282. 1914-15 Star.   Pte. M. Gallagher.  A.S.C.  Sold with recipient’s Victory Medal.  Served in Salonika.  (NEF) £30

283. 1914-15 Star.   Spr. F.C. Young.  R.E.    (NEF) £25

285. 1914-15 Star.   Gnr. G. Ewer.  R.F.A.   (NEF) £25

287. 1914-15 Star.   Pte. A.B. Crumpton.  R.M.L.I.  Sold with recipient’s B.W.M.  He was K.I.A., on 26.10.1917serving  with 1/R.M. Bn.  R.N.D., & is commemorated on the Tyne Cot Memorial.  Sold with damaged boxes of issue. (NEF) £140

288. 1914-15 Star.   Spr. A.J. Piggott.  R.E.  Sold with recipient’s B.W.M. and damaged boxes of issue.  (EF) £48

289. 1914-15 Star.   Pte. E. Gurney.  R.W. Kent R.  Sold with recipient’s Victory Medal.  Pte. Gurney was K.I.A. with the 7th Bn on 1.7.1916 (First Day of the Somme) and is commemorated on the Thiepval Memorial.    (NEF) £450

291. 1914-15 Star.   Cpl. J.M. Huson.  Stafford Yeo.  (NEF) £85

292. 1914-15 Star.   Lieut. W. Somerville.  R.A.M.C.  Sold with M.I.C. which shows service in Gallipoli and  entitled to S.W.B.    (NEF) £85

293. 1914-15 Star.   F. Thorpe.  W.T.O.  RNR  (Served in the Wireless Telegraphy Service)    (NEF) £73

294. 1914-15 Star.   21594 Pte. A. Paylor  Yorks L.I.  Double issue of Star to same man  - per Roll 0/2/88 Page 784 and Roll 0/2/2B Page 475.  (GVF) £85
PHOTOS

295. 1914-15 Star.   Sepoy Lal Khan.  46/Punjabis.  Polished. £22


WW1 British War Medals

296. B.W.M.  Pte. L. Earnshaw.  Monmouth R.   (GVF)    £40

300. B.W.M.  N.V. Trudgeon.  A.M.2.  R.N.A.S.   (NEF) £42

312. B.W.M.  Pte. W. Wynd.  Q.O.R.  Glasgow Yeo.  (NEF) £50

313. B.W.M.  L/Sgt. J.P. Deverenne.  26-Canadian Inf.  Sold with copy papers.  (NEF) £50

319. B.W.M.  Major S.D. Sewell  (R.E.)  K.I.A., aged 40, serving with the 3rd Field Coy on 18-2-1915 and buried in Ypres Town Cemetery Extension.  He was O/C 3rd Fd. Coy, 2nd London Division (T/F)  (NEF) £135

322. B.W.M.  Pte. G.W. Whildes.  Seaforth Highrs.  Recipient was K.I.A. with the 1st Bn. In Mesopotamia on 20.5.1916 and is buried in Amara War Cemetery, Iraq.  (NEF) £40



WW1 Victory Medals

325. Victory.  Sepoy Slawal Khan.  2-Guides Infy.  (VF) £13

328. Victory.  2/Lieut. J.F. Mayersbach.  K.I.A.  4-5-1918 serving with 13/Rifle Bde., and buried in St. Amand  British Cemetery.  (NEF) £145

329. Victory.  2/Lieut. F.E.A. Freeman.  K.I.A.  21.3.1918 serving with R.F.A. - 18 D.A.C.  -  Attd. 83 Bde.  and commemorated on the Pozieres Memorial, France.  (NEF) £140

331. Victory.  Sepoy Blawal Khan.  2. Guides Infy.  (VF) £13

332. Victory.  Havr. Muhd Nawaz.  27-Punjabis. (VF) £12

333. Victory.  Pte. S. Smith.  Monmouth R.  (NEF) £25

334. Victory.  Sowar Sher Khan.  36-Horse.  (NEF) £30

335. Victory.  Te. W. Brown.  Scot. Rifles.  K.I.A. with 9th Bn., on 22-3-1918 and commemorated on the Pozieres Memorial.  (GVF) £34

336.  Victory.  Pte.1. T. Bowser.  R.A.F.   (NEF)  £13


337.  Mercantile Marine War Medal.  John Hutchins.   (NEF)  £40



339.  Territorial Force War Medal.  Gnr. G. Pepperd.  R.A.  (NEF)  £195

340.  Territorial Force War Medal.    Pte. J.B. Davies.  K.S.L.I.  (NEF)  £255


India General Service Medals 1908

341.  I.G.S.   1 Bar NWF 1908.  Bronze  Cooly Kalla.  1. Tel. Dept.  (Indian Telegraph Dept)   (VF)  £125

342.  I.G.S.   1 Bar NWF 1908.  Pte. B. Whitby.  1st W. Yorks Regt.  Recipient was K.I.A. on  29-5-1918. - France  and Flanders.  (GVF)  £235

343.  I.G.S.   1 Bar NWF 1908.  Sowar Sahfras Khan.  37th Lancers.   (NEF)  £125

344.  I.G.S.   1 Bar NWF 1908.  Carpenter Badar Din.  1st Mule Corps.    (NEF)  £120

345.  I.G.S.   1 Bar NWF 1908.  Sowar Umhojo Khan.  21st Cavalry.  Loose suspender.  (VF)  £105

346.  I.G.S.   1 Bar NWF 1908.  Pte. T. Gargan.  1/W. York Regt.   (NEF)  £185

355.  I.G.S.   1 Bar NWF 1930-31.  Gnr. R.I. Hughes  R.A.    (NEF)  £85

356.  I.G.S.   1 Bar NWF 1930-31.  2/Lieut. W.H. Niall.  2-9 Jat R.  Born 6-1-1909.  Commissioned 31-1-1929.  Died on 3-5-1944, aged 35 as a Major serving with 9th Bn., 9th Punjab Regt., and buried in Madras War Cemetery.  Chennai.  Mounted as worn.  (NEF)  £350

357.  I.G.S.   1 Bar NWF 1930-31.  Pte. J. Kennedy.  Seaforth.  (GVF)  £90

358.  I.G.S.   1 Bar NWF 1930-31.  L/Nk. Sher Baz.  4-13 F.F. Rifles.  (NEF)  £45

359.  I.G.S.   1 Bar Burma 1930-32.  Sep. Naranjan Singh.  Res.  Bn.  B.M.P.   (NEF)  £95

360.  I.G.S.   1 Bar Burma 1930-32.  Sep. Turkistan.  Kurram Mil.   (GVF)  £95

362.  I.G.S.   1 Bar Burma 1930-32.  Sepoy Shamande Rai.  Res. Bn.  B.M.P.  (NEF)  £95

364.  I.G.S.   1 Bar Mohmand 1933.  Gnr. C. Winmill  R.A.   Recipient was K.I.A., aged 33, serving with 1/H.A.A. Regt.  R.A., on 25-10-1943, and is buried in Catania War Cemetery, Sicily.    (EF)  £350

365.  I.G.S.   1 Bar Mohmand 1933.  Dvr. Mughal.  1- A.T. Coy.  (NEF)  £100

367.  I.G.S.   1 Bar NWF 1935.  Pte. A. Andrews.  D.W.R.  Edge knock at 6 o’clock (reverse)   (GVF)  £96

368.  I.G.S.   2 Bars Afghan NWF 1919/Waz. 1919-21.  Sepoy Nikko.  37/Dogras.  (VF)  £60

369.  I.G.S.   2 Bars Waz 1921-24/NWF 1930-31.  Sep. Kalu Khan.  2-1 P.R.  (VF)  £75

370.  I.G.S.   2 Bars NWF 1935/NWF 1930-31.  Sepoy Lal Singh.  3-11 Sikh R.   (GVF)  £85


Naval General Service Medals 1915-1962

371.  N.G.S.  1 Bar Palestine 1936-1939.  F.W. Granger.  A.B.  R.N.   (NEF)  £140

372.  N.G.S.  1 Bar Palestine 1936-1939..  W. Painter.  Sto. 1.  R.N.    (NEF)  £140

373.  N.G.S.  1 Bar Palestine 1936-1939.  Schlmr. G.N. Pask.  R.N.  (Schoolmaster)  (NEF)  £300
PHOTOS

374.  N.G.S.  1 Bar Palestine 1945-48.  .B. Gildin.  E.M.I.  R.N. (NE  £145

375.  N.G.S.  1 Bar Malaya.  Geo. V1.  L.P. Webb  Mne.  R.M.  Naming rubbed. (GVF)  £185


General Service Medals 1916-1962

376.  G.S.M.  1 Bar Kurdistan.  Gnr. Rahmatullah  R.A.   (VF)  £80

378.  G.S.M.   1 Bar Iraq.  R. Pilkington.  Sold with M.I.C. and roll which shows Miss Pilkington employed as a clerk  at the Ordnance Dump, Mosul, Mesopotamia from 1.1.20 to 15.9.20.  Rare.   (NEF)  £300

379.  G.S.M.  1 Bar Iraq.  Pte. J. Measures.  North’d. Fus.  (GVF)  £115

381.  G.S.M.  1 Bar Iraq.  Pte. T.W. Stanbridge.  R. Fusiliers.    (GVF)  £115

383.  G.S.M.  1 Bar Palestine.  Pte. A.E. Taylor.  Essex R.    (NEF)  £145

384.  G.S.M.  1 Bar Palestine.  Pte. J.F. Owens.  W. York R.   Edge knocks.   (VF)  £95

385.  G.S.M.  1 Bar Palestine.  Pte. I. Dewar. A. & S.H.   (NEF)  £150

387.  G.S.M.  1 Bar Palestine.  Pte. W. Kelly.  Worcester R.  Recipient was awarded the Military Medal (M.M.) per  L/G of 16-4-1942 for bravery in East Africa.  -  “At Gogni on 26-1-1941 W/Sgt. Kelly in command of his  platoon was ordered to advance and occupy a small hill from which to give covering fire to the main advance  upon  the objective.  He skilfully led his platoon across bullet swept country and later was able to leap frog through  into the main objective where he captured seven prisoners.   After a strong enemy counter-attack had been repulsed by fire, and whilst the position was under shell fire,  volunteers were called for to organise a bayonet charge to clear the enemy from a small re-entrant.  W/Sgt. Kelly  immediately volunteered ad whilst organising his party was wounded.  Throughout this operation, this N.C.O.  showed a complete disregard for his own personal safety, and by his example and leadership was largely responsible  for the success of the operation”.  Sold with silver shooting medal, reverse engraved “Rfm. W. Kelly.  Recruits Best Rifle Shot 1930”   (NEF)  £395

389.  G.S.M.  1 Bar Palestine.  Pte. J.W. Hill.  Y. & L. Regt.    (NEF)  £150

390.  G.S.M.  1 Bar S.E. Asia 1945-46.  Sgt. K. Ainsworth.  R. Signals.   (NEF)  £120

391.  G.S.M.  1 Bar S.E. Asia 19455-46.  Rfn. Karnabahadar Chhettri.  3/9 G.R.  (GVF)  £55

392.  G.S.M.  1 Bar Palestine 1945-48.  Gnr. E. Blake.  R.A.    (NEF)  £60

393.  G.S.M.  1 Bar Palestine 1945-48.  Pte. D. Tokonye.  A.P.C.    (NEF)  £60

394.  G.S.M.  1 Bar Palestine 1945-48.  Spr. R. Heseldin  R.E.  (NEF)  £60

395.  G.S.M.  1 Bar Palestine 1945-48.  Pte. R. Stubbs.  A.A.C.  (Army Air Corps.)   (NEF)  £265

397.  G.S.M.  1 Bar Palestine 1945-48.  Sigmn. K.C. Bilton.  R. Signals.  In box of issue.  (EF)  £72

398.  G.S.M.  1 Bar Palestine 1945-48.  Tpr. R. Coleman.  4/7 Dgn. Gds.    (NEF)  £100

399.  G.S.M.  1 Bar Palestine 1945-48.  Tpr. T. May.  17/21 Lancers.    (NEF)  £100

400.  G.S.M.  1 Bar Palestine 1945-48.  Pte. W.G. Manville.  Herts. R.   (NEF)  £120

401.  G.S.M.  1 Bar Palestine 1945-48.  Spr. R.W. F. Chilcott.  R.E.  (NEF)  £65

402.  G.S.M.  1 Bar Palestine 1945-48.  Pte. R. Turner.  H.L.I.   (NEF)  £85

403.  G.S.M.  1 Bar Palestine 1945-48.  Pte. J. Marshall.  K.O.S.B.    (NEF)  £90

404.  G.S.M.  1 Bar Palestine 1945-48.  Tpr. J. Rhodes.  17/21 Lancers.   (NEF)  £100

405.  G.S.M.  1 Bar Malaya.  Geo. V1.  Cpl. E. Lightbody.  W.R.A.C.    (NEF)  £140

406.  G.S.M.  1 Bar Malaya.  Geo. V1.  L.A.C.  J. MacDonald.  R.A.F.  (NEF)  £60

408.  G.S.M.  1 Bar Malaya.  Geo. V1.  Cey/18040550  Pte. K.H. David.  R.P.C.    (NEF)  £50

409.  G.S.M.  1 Bar Malaya.  Geo. V1.  L/Cpl Harneck Namwakwa.  E.A.A.M.C. (East African Army Medical Corps) (VF)  £195

410.  G.S.M.  1 Bar Malaya.  Geo. V1.  Pte. John Chagoma.  K.A.R.   (GVF)  £66

411.  G.S.M.  1 Bar Malaya.  Geo. V1.  Sgt. A. Carus.  A.C.C.    (NEF)  £65

412.  G.S.M.  1 Bar Malaya  Geo. V1.  Cpl. G.H. Blakeley  R.A.P.C.  (EF)  £90

413.  G.S.M.  1 Bar Malaya.  Geo. V1.  Pte. Dinner Allan.  K.A.R.  (VF)  £55

414.  G.S.M.  1 Bar Malaya.  Geo. V1.  Cpl. J. Coyne.  R. Signals.  (NEF)  £65

415.  G.S.M.  1 Bar Malaya.  Geo. V1.  Pte. Evans Kandemela.  K.A.R.   (GVF)  £65

416.  G.S.M.  1 Bar Malaya.  Geo. V1.  Rfn. Dhanram Limbu.  7 Gurkha R.  (VF)  £73

417.  G.S.M.  1 Bar Malaya.  Geo. V1.  Rfn. Birbahadur Rai.  10 Gurkha R.   (NEF)  £75

418.  G.S.M.  1 Bar Malaya.  Geo. V1.  Pte. Jafali Morris.  K.A.R.  (NEF)  £65

419.  G.S.M.  1 Bar Malaya.  Geo. V1.  Pte. H. Taylor.  R.A.P.C.  (EF)  £95

420.  G.S.M.  1 Bar Malaya.  Geo. V1.  Pte. J. Wood  K.O.Y.L.I.    (GVF)  £80

421.  G.S.M.  1 Bar Malaya.  Eliz. 11.  Sigmn. J. Spears.  R. Sigs.   (NEF)  £60

422.  G.S.M.  1 Bar Malaya.  Eliz. 11.  Cpl. P.M.B. Norbury.  Q.A.R.A.N.C.    (NEF)  £145

423.  G.S.M.  1 Bar Malaya.  Eliz. 11.  Rfn.  Singbir Gurung.  6/Gurkha Rif.    (NEF)  £65

424.  G.S.M.  1 Bar Malaya.  Eliz. 11.  2/9653  R.J. Gray.  (Australian recipient) (NEF)  £160

425.  G.S.M.  1 Bar Malaya.  Eliz. 11.  S.A.C.  P. Moseley  R.A.F.  Mounted for wear.  (EF)  £60

426.  G.S.M.  1 Bar Malaya.  Eliz. 11.  Lieut. E.M. Munro Q.A.R.A.N.C.  (NEF)  £300

427.  G.S.M.  1 Bar Malaya.  Eliz. 11.  Pte. D. Ball.  W. Yorks.   (NEF)  £80

428.  G.S.M.  1 Bar Malaya.  Eliz. 11.  Pte. D. Soutar.  R.A.P.C.  (NEF)  £85

429.  G.S.M.  1 Bar Malaya.  Eliz. 11.  Act. Cpl.  J.E. McLachlan.  R.A.F.   (NEF)  £60

430.  G.S.M.  1 Bar Malaya.  Eliz. 11.  Sigmn. A.R. Hill.  R. Sigs.   (NEF)  £65

431.  G.S.M.  1 Bar Malaya.  Eliz. 11.  Tpr. G.R. Greig.  R.A.C.   (NEF)  £105

432.  G.S.M.  1 Bar Malaya.  Eliz. 11.  Major T.H. Rolph.  R.E.  (EF)  £175

433.  G.S.M.  1 Bar Malaya.  Eliz.11.  Fus. A. Duff.  R.S.F.  (EF)  £80

434.  G.S.M.  1 Bar Malaya.  Eliz.11.  Capt. L.W. Crawford.  R.A.E.C.   (NEF)  £195

435.  G.S.M.  1 Bar Malaya.  Eliz.11.  Tpr. G. Pendry.  12-Lancers.  (EF)  £100

436.  G.S.M.  1 Bar Malaya.  Eliz.11.  Capt. J.C. Clark.  Q.A.R.A.N.C.    (NEF)  £295

437.  G.S.M.  1 Bar Malaya.  Eliz.11.  Pte. S. Gregory.  R.A.O.C.   (NEF)  £60

438.  G.S.M.  1 Bar Cyprus.  Gfn. J. Baylis.  R.E.M.E.    (NEF)  £50

439.  G.S.M.  1 Bar Cyprus.  Fus. R.J. McNeice.  Lanc. Fus.  (EF)  £105

442.  G.S.M.  1 Bar Cyprus.  L.A.C.  D.H. Gallimope.  R.A.F.  (EF)  £60

443.  G.S.M.  1 Bar Cyprus.  Gnr. J.S. Riddel.  R.A.   (NEF)  £60

444.  G.S.M.  1 Bar Cyprus.  Pte.. I. Wright.  Wiltshire R.  (EF)  £110

445.  G.S.M.  1 Bar Cyprus.  S.A.C.  M.T.R. Pocock.  R.A.F.    (NEF)  £60

446.  G.S.M.  1 Bar Near East.  Pte. R. Lynch.  R. Scots.  Sold with bronze regimental medallion  -  the “Sanford  Memorial Medal” - named “Bell 11.  Pte. Lynch R.”  Eliz. 11.  (NEF)  £155

447.  G.S.M.  1 Bar Near East.  Gnr. G. Roper.  R.A.   (NEF)  £125

448.  G.S.M.  1 Bar Near East.  Pte. N.B. Dixon.  R.P.C.   (NEF  £125

449.  G.S.M.  1 Bar Near East.  Cfn. E.R. Coles.  R.E.M.E.  -  Sold with Suez Medal, for service in the Canal Zone  (the unofficial medal manufactured by Award Productions Ltd.)  Both medals in boxes.  (EF)  £175

451.  G.S.M.  1 Bar Canal Zone.  Gdsm. W.F. Dinham.  Welsh Gds.  In box of issue. (EF)  £300

452.  G.S.M.  1 Bar Canal Zone.  Pte. T.F. Benstead.  R.A.O.C.    (EF)  £265

453.  G.S.M.  1 Bar Canal Zone.  A.C.I.  A.T. Bishop.  R.A.F. (impressed)  In box of issue.   (EF)  £300

454.  G.S.M.  1 Bar Canal Zone.  Cpl. G.V. Elliott.  R.A.F.  Sold with original RAF certificate of service.   (EF)  £325
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455.  G.S.M.  1 Bar Canal Zone.  AC2  W.N. Laughlin.  R.A.F.  (Impressed naming) (EF)  £305

457.  G.S.M.  2 Bars Near East/Cyprus.  Sigmn. J. Smythe.  R. Signals.   (NEF)  £150

458.  G.S.M.  2 Bars Malaya/Cyprus.  (2nd Bar loose)  A.C.2.  D.E.G. Martin.  R.A.F.  Mounted as worn.    (NEF)  £120



Indian General Service Medal 1936-39

459.  I.G.S. 1936-39.  1 Bar NWF 1936-37.  L/Nk. Wirza Khan.  1. Road Construction Bn.   (NEF)  £50

India General Service Medal 1936-1939 Royal India Army Service Corps Boiler Maker
459a. India General Service Medal. 1939-1939.  1 Bar North West Frontier 1936-37. Tc-177625.  B.Maker. Lal Hussain. R.I.A.S.C. (A.TPT). £50  PHOTOS



WW2. World War Two Medals and Stars.


460.  1939-45 Star.   (NEF)  £10

461.  Atlantic Star    (VF)  £28

464.  France & Germany Star    (GVF)  £18

465.  Burma Star    (NEF)  £18

467.  Defence Medal    (NEF)  £13

468.  War Medal  1939-45  £10

469.  Canada Volunteer Service Medal 1939-45.  No Bar.   (NEF)  £30

470.  Africa Service Medal 1939-45.  H. Smith.   (NEF)  £35

471.  Australia Service Medal 1939-45.  A.A. Fanning.  (NEF)  £45



473.  Queens Korea Medal .  Pte. A. Murphy.  R. Scots.   (NEF)  £255

474.  Queens Korea.  Cfn. J. Martin  R.E.M.E.  (NEF)  £155

475.  U.N. Korea.  Original striking.   (NEF)  £22

476.  U.N. Medal for Korea.  Modern striking.    (NEF)  £15


Campaign Service Medals. 1962 -2007

477.  C.S.M.  1 Bar Borneo.  M.D. Edwicker.  A.B.  R.N.  Official correction to “B” of rank.   (NEF)  £78

478.  C.S.M.   1 Bar Borneo.  Pte. J.A. Todd  A. & S. H.   (NEF)  £80


480.  C.S.M.  1 Bar Borneo.  Rfn. Ombahadur Sing.  ½ G.R.   (GVF)  £55

481.  C.S.M.  1 Bar Borneo.  S.A.C. D. Foster.  R.A.F.    (NEF)  £66

484.  C.S.M.  1 Bar Malay Peninsular.  A/Cpl. H. Eaglesham.  R.A.F.   (NEF)  £70

485.  C.S.M.  1 Bar South Arabia.  Cpl. M.R. Lawson  R.A.F.    (NEF)  £60

486.  C.S.M.  1 Bar South Arabia.  S.A.C.  A. Medcalf  R.A.F.   (EF)  £75

487.  C.S.M.  1 Bar South Arabia.  S.A.C.  B.A. McDonald.  R.A.F.   (EF)  £75

489.  C.S.M.  1 Bar South Arabia.  S.A.C. R. Lodge.  R.A.F.  (NEF)  £85

490.  C.S.M.  1 Bar South Arabia.  L/Cpl. L.J.D. Trevithick.  R. Signals.    (NEF)  £85

494.  C.S.M.  1 Bar N. Ireland.  Pte. J.L. Kennedy.  A. & S. H.  (NEF)  £80

495.  C.S.M.  1 Bar N. Ireland.  L/Cpl. S.R. Aspey.  W.R.A.C.  (NEF)  £150

497.  C.S.M.  1 Bar N. Ireland.  P.H. Woolf.  Mne.  R.M.    (NEF)  £160

498.  C.S.M.  1 Bar N. Ireland.  Fus. C.D. Hicks.  R.R.F.  (NEF)  £80

499.  C.S.M.  1 Bar N. Ireland.  Pte. J.A. Elliott.  W.F.R.  (NEF)  £80

500.  C.S.M.  1 Bar N. Ireland.  Gnr. A.C. Craig.  R.A.  (NEF)  £60

501.  C.S.M.  1 Bar N. Ireland.  Gnr. B. Robinson.  R.A.   (NEF)  £60

503.  C.S.M.  1 Bar N. Ireland.  Fus. B.A. Austin.  R.H.F.   (NEF)  £80

504.  C.S.M.  1 Bar N. Ireland.  Pte. A.R. Horspall  P.W.O.   (NEF)  £80

505.  C.S.M.  1 Bar N. Ireland.  Mne.  P. Connors  R.M.    (NEF)  £150

506.  C.S.M.  1 Bar N. Ireland.  Pte. J. Leeming.  Q.L.R.  (NEF)  £80

507.  C.S.M.  1 Bar N. Ireland.  S.A.C.  A.C. Edwards.  R.A.F.  (EF)  £80

508.  C.S.M.  1 Bar N. Ireland.  Fus. E. Walker.  R.R.F.    (NEF)  £80

509.  C.S.M.  1 Bar N. Ireland.  Fus. J. Finnie.  R.R.F.   (EF)  £80

511.  C.S.M.  1 Bar N. Ireland.  Tpr. J. Chinn.  R.T.R.  (NEF)  £150

512.  C.S.M.  1 Bar N. Ireland.  Pte. S.J. Roberson.  R. Anglian.  (EF)  £80

513.  C.S.M.  1 Bar N. Ireland.  Fus. M.W. Bickett  R.R.F.    (EF)  £80

514.  C.S.M.  1 Bar N. Ireland.  Pte. W. Barton.  Q.L.R.   (NEF)  £78

515.  C.S.M.  1 Bar N. Ireland.  L/Bdr. G.W. Godwin  R.A.   (EF)  £65

516.  C.S.M.  1 Bar N. Ireland.  Pte. A.R. Riley.  Q.L.R.   (NEF)  £78

517.  C.S.M.  1 Bar N. Ireland.  Dvr. G.R. Barrie.  R.C.T.    (NEF)  £55

518.  C.S.M.  1 Bar N. Ireland.  Air Tpr.  W.A. Norman.  A.A.C.  (EF)  £165

520.  C.S.M.  1 Bar N. Ireland.  Sig. M.L. Ball.  R. Signals.   (NEF)  £55

522.  C.S.M.  1 Bar N. Ireland.  Tpr. A.J. Coates  R.T.R.   (EF)  £150

523.  C.S.M.  1 Bar N. Ireland.  Pte. A.S. Nichols.  Para.   (NEF)  £250

524.  C.S.M.  1 Bar N. Ireland.  Mne. J.J. Townsley  R.M.   (NEF)  £150

526.  C.S.M.  2 Bars Borneo/S. Arabia.  Cpl. J.P. Nixon.  R. Signals.  (NEF)  £100

528.  C.S.M.  2 Bars Borneo/Malay Peninsular.  Rfn. Rirthinarayan Limbu.  1/7 Gurkha R.  Copy papers - recipient died  on 25-9-1969 whilst home on leave.   (EF)  £100

529.  C.S.M.  2 Bars Borneo/Malay Peninsular.  Rfn. Dhaniparsad Rai.  1/7 Gurkha R.  Sold with copy papers.  (NEF)  £100


530.  Multinational Force and Observers Medal  -  Military ribbon.    (EF)  £30



536.  United Nations Emergency Force Medal.  (U.N.E.F. - for Israel and Egypt 1956-57)  (GVF)  £35

537.  Saudi Arabia  -  Liberation of Kuwait.    (NEF)  £25

538.  U.N. - Emergency Force Medal  (UNEF)  Later issue.   (EF)  £10

539.  NATO Medal  -  Former Yugoslavia.    (NEF)  £12

540.  NATO Medal  -  Eagle Assist.  1 Bar - Artice 5.   (EF)  £12


541.  Iraq Medal  (Op Telic) - Bar “19 Mar to 28 Apr. 2003”  Pte. D.L. Kilner  D.W.R. (NEF)  £295

542.  Iraq Medal  (Op Telic)  Pte. D.J.P. Baxter.  R.A.M.C.  (No Bar)  (NEF)  £175

543.  Iraq Medal  (Op Telic)  No Bar.  Pte. K.C. Jones.  R.L.C.  (EF)   £275
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546.  Operational Service Medal.  1 Bar Afghanistan.  Tpr. C. Grant.  9/12 Lancers.  Sold with box of issue.   (EF)  £450

548.  Operational Service Medal.  1 Bar Afghanistan.  Cpl. M.W. Stratford.  R.E.M.E..  In box of issue.   (EF)  £350



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550.  Most Honourable Order of the Bath - Knight Commander.  (K.C.B.) - Civil.  Neck Badge in 18 ct gold.  Hallmarked 1886 and Breast Star in gold, silver and enamels.  In Garrard fitted case of issue.  (EF)  £2425
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551.  Most Honourable Order of the Bath  -  Knight Commander.  (K.C.B.) - Civil - Neck Badge.  Silver Gilt.  Hallmarked 1920.    (EF)  £495


552.  Most Honourable Order of the Bath - Companion  (C.B.) - Civil - Breast Badge.  Gilt.   (NEF)  £395


553.  Most Distinguished Order of St. Michael and St. George  -  Knight Commander (K.C.M.G.)  Neck and Breast  Badges, in fitted Garrard’s case, together with original bestowal parchment, presented to V.C.W. Forbes Esq.  C.M.G., dated 1-1-1945.  (EF)  £2500
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555.  Royal Victorian Order  -  Lieutenant - (L.V.O.)  Numbered 606.  In fitted case, numbered 338.  Breast Badge.  (EF)  £425
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556.  Royal Victorian Medal.  Edw. V11.  Silver.  In fitted case of issue.  (NEF)  £315



558.  C.B.E.  2nd type - Military  -  In fitted Garrard case of issue.  (EF)  £415


559.  M.B.E.  2nd type - Civil  -  In original case, box, and registered envelope addressed to recipient.  Sold with original  award parchment for the M.B.E. named to Frank Beer Esq..  L/G 8-6-1950 - “Frank Beer Esq.  Assistant Engineer  Inspector, Admiralty”.  Also included are the following - letter from 10 Downing St., informing recipient that he is being nominated for  the award of the M.B.E., letter from Central Chancery forwarding warrant, letter of congratulations from Admiralty, letter of appreciation from Admiralty on retirement, and Buckingham Palace letter forwarding decoration etc..  Also included are portrait photographs of recipient and his wife taken in 1920 and a photograph of them both taken  in later years.  (NEF)  £260


560.  Knight Batchelor’s Badge.  Smaller type (1933)  In fitted case of issue. (EF)  £550
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561.  Knight Batchelor’s Badge.   Smaller type (1933).  Sold with award parchment stating that Sir Stanley Holt has been  admitted to be a member of the Imperial Society of Knights Batchelor on 22nd July 1964. Recipient was first considered for the award on May 17 1957, but the recommendation was withdrawn by the  Prime Minister on 24 May 1957 because of a case brought up by the Board of Inland Revenue.  His name was  subsequently put forward to the Queen on 13-5-1964.  Sold with original relevant correspondence In case of issue (EF)  £565


562.  Indian Order of Merit (I.O.M.)  2nd class.  Reward of Gallantry. (1939-44)  Some enamel damage and lacking  wearing buckle.  (VF)  £765
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563.  Order of British India.  (O.B.I.)  1st class - light blue centre and dark blue surround.  Fitted with gold ring and bar  suspender.  (EF)  £1500
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567.  Royal Red Cross.  2nd class  (A.R.R.C.)  Geo.  V1.  Dated 1942.  (NEF)  £275


570.  Military Cross.  (M.C.)   Geo. V.  Un-named as issued.  (NEF)  £785


571.  Military Cross.  (M.C.)   Geo. V. - In case of issue.   (NEF)  £790


572.  Military Cross.  (M.C.)   Geo. V.  Sold with recipient’s Death Plaque - Donald Stodart Gwyn.  Recipient was  K.I.A., aged 22 on 10-10-18, serving as a Lieut in the Royal Canadian Dragoons.
M.C. - L/G 26-3-1918 - East of Leveteviet.  -  “For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty during a raid  on the enemy’s trenches.  He led his men with great energy and determination, and by his fearless leadership  overcame the enemy’s resistance.  He set a splendid example to all ranks”.   (NEF)  £990


573.  Military Cross.  (M.C.)  Geo. V1.  Dated 1944.    (EF)  £750



577.  Indian Distinguished Service Medal  (I.D.S.M.)  Geo. V.  1st type.  Nk. Barmayya.  64th Pioneers. - For Mesopotamia  (per 1360/1917)  Recipient was also M.I.D. (per 1740/1917)    (NEF)  £900


578.  Indian Distinguished Service Medal  (I.D.S.M.)  Geo. V.  1st type.  Sepoy Muhammed Fazal.  69th Pjbis.  (Attd 35  Div. Sig. Coy)  -  per 1388/1916.  Recipient was also M.I.D. (per 1241/1916)  -  For Mesopotamia.   (NEF)  £1050


579.  Indian Distinguished Service Medal  (I.D.S.M.)  Geo. V.  1st type.  Hav. Har. Lal.  6th Jat Lt. Infy. (per 187/1916) -  For France. (GVF)  £945


580.  Indian Distinguished Service Medal  (I.D.S.M.)  Geo. V.  1st type.  Gnr. Phuman Singh.  30 Mtn. By.  For Mesopotamia (per 1160/1915.  Recipient was also M.I.D. (per 441/1916)  (NVF)  £850
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581.  Indian Distinguished Service Medal  (I.D.S.M.)  Geo. V.  1st type.  Sapper Khan Bahadur.  30th Bde.  Signal Sec.  For Mesopotamia (per 1160/1915)  Recipient was also M.I.D. (per 441/1916)  Sold with recipients I.G.S.  1 Bar NWF 1935 (Naik Khan Bahadur.  I.S.C.) (NEF)  £1050
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582.  Indian Distinguished Service Medal  (I.D.S.M.)  Sepoy Lala.  24th Punjabis.  (Mesopotamia)  Recipient died on  14-7-1915 and is commemorated on the Basra Memorial, Iraq. (GVF)  £985
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583.  Indian Distinguished Service Medal  (I.D.S.M.)  Naik Gindu.  24th Punjabis (Mesopotamia).  Recipient was taken  P.O.W. by the Turks.  Also M.I.D. per 441/1916.  (GVF)  £965
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584.  Indian Distinguished Service Medal  (I.D.S.M.)  Geo. V.  1st type.  Hav. Maj. Fazal Dad.  Ind.  Divl. Amm Col.  R.F.A.  (NEF)  £950
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585.  Distinguished Service Medal.  (D.S.M.)  Geo. V.  J.P. Maguire.  A.B.  “Fervent”  1918.  L/G 5-10-1918  -  “For  service in local defence flotillas between 1st January and 30th June 1918”   (GVF)  £1085



587.  Distinguished Service Medal (D.S.M.)  Geo. V.  H. Taylor.  Engn.  R.N.R. “Unitia”.  Minesweeping 1917.  (L/G 17.4.1918)  (NEF)  £995


588.  Distinguished Service Medal  (D.S.M.)  Geo. V.  G. Langley.  Sto.  1. Cl.  Submarine Service 1918.  L/G 21-6-1918.  Sold with copy papers.    Polished  -  (NVF)  £1235
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590.  Distinguished Service Medal  (D.S.M.)  Geo. V1.  Sig. R.A. Pell  (Royal Naval Patrol Service) L/G 11-12-1945 - For distinguished service whilst serving aboard HMS 19.  Sold with original letter of congratulation from Buckingham Palace and original registered, addressed  forwarding envelope & case of issue.  We understand that HMS 19 (MTB 19) later became MAC. 6 (Minesweeping Attendance Craft)    (EF)  £1275
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591.  Indian Distinguished Service Medal.  (I.D.S.M.)  Geo. V.  Naik Barmayya.  64th Pioneers.  For Mesopotamia  (per 1360/1917)  Recipient was also M.I.D. (per 1740/1917) (NEF)  £900


595.  Military Medal.  (M.M.)  Geo. V.  Cpl. F. Graham.  6/Scottish Rifles.   (NEF)  £375

596.  Military Medal    (M.M.)  Geo. V.  Spr. F.A. Dovey  R.E.  Recipient was K.I.A., on 22-10-1918 whilst serving  with 2nd Div. Sig. Coy.  R.E.  He resided in Westcliffe-on-Sea.    (NEF)  £650

597.  Military Medal    (M.M.)  Geo. V.  L/Cpl. G.L. Bishop.  12/R. Fusiliers.   (G  £360

598.  Military Medal   (M.M.)  Geo. V.  Cpl. R. Henderson.  C.2607/\9L.Ld) Bde.  R.F.A.  T.F.   Recipient D.O.W.,  aged 24, with “C” Bty. 86th Bde.  R.F.A. on 9-9-1917 and is buried in Godewaersvelde British Cemetery.  He  was born and resided in Edinburgh.    (NEF)  £545

599.  Military Medal (M.M.)  Geo. V.  Pte. G. Cooper.  1/The Queen’s Regt.  (NEF)  £375

600.  Military Medal  (M.M.)  Geo. V.  Cpl. T.J. Goodman.  520/London F. Coy.  R.E.  T.F.    (NEF)  £345
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601.  Military Medal  (M.M.)  Geo. V.  Pte. W. Conn.  1/5 R. Scots Fus.  (L/G 25-4-1918)  Sold with M.I.C. which  shows entitlement to 1914-15 Trio.  (Disembarked Balkans 6-6-1915)    (NEF)  £375

602.  Military Medal  (M.M.)  Geo. V.  Sgt. T.W. Vickery.  232/S. Staff.  Bde.  R.F.A.  T.F.  Recipient D.O.W., aged  23, on 24-4-1917, and is buried in Duisans British Cemetery, Etrun.  (EF)  £545

603.  Military Medal  (M.M.)  Geo. V.  Pte. B.M.J. Barnett. ¼ London R.  Recipient was K.I.A., on 28-3-1918.  Resided in Marylebone.   M.M.  -  L/G 13-3-1918   (NEF)  £595

604.  Military Medal  (M.M.)  Geo. V.  Pte. A. Knight.  1/7 London R.  Recipient was K.I.A., aged 19, on 25--7-1918,  and is buried in Contay British Cemetery, Contay.  He resided in Stratford, London.  M.M. - L/G 13-3-1918  (NEF)  £595

605.  Military Medal  (M.M.)  Geo. V.  Pte. A.M. Marr.  1/R. Scots Fus.  Memorial Plaque Alexander Marr.  Recipient was K.I.A., aged 21, on 2-9-1918 and is commemorated on the Vis-En-Artois Memorial.  He resided  in Tillyfourie, Aberdeenshire.  (NEF)  £745

606.  Military Medal.  (M.M.)  Geo. V  Sgt. E. Swain 10/11 Highland Lt. Infy.  Recipient  K.I.A. on 23-4-1917. (NEF)  £650

607.  Military Medal.  (M.M.)  L/Cpl. T. McGrath.  9/York & Lanc. R.  Recipient was born in Galway, Ireland, &  enlisted in Liverpool.  He was K.I.A. in F. & F. on 30-9-1917.    (NEF)  £850


608.  Military Medal.  (M.M.)  Geo. V.  55494 L. Cpl. Mishu Miru.  3-Iraq Levies.
  L/G 22-4-1927.  “For Bravery in the Field in connection with operations in the Penjwin area, Iraq, during the period 10th June 1926 and 11th July 1926”. This is one of only two Military Medals ever awarded to the Iraq Levies.  Dark toned.    (NVF)  £3500
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609.  Military Medal.  (M.M.)  Geo. V.  A/Cpl. H.V. Thompson.  No. 1 Co. R. Monmouth R.E. - S.R.  L/G 11-10-1916.  Sold with M.I.C. which shows recipient being commissioned into the R.E. & later into the 2nd Q.V.O. Sappers & Miners, Indian Army. Very scarce to this unit.    (NEF)  £1150


610.  Military Medal  (M.M.)  Geo. V1.  A/Sgt. J. McFadden.  R.S. Fus.
    L/G 24-1-1946.  -  “Sgt. McFadden has served with this Battalion since it landed in France on 15-6-1944.  As a fusilier in a rifle section, he took over his section on more than one occasion when the section commander  became a casualty.  By his example, initiative and drive he always carried out any task allotted to the section.  As a N.C.O. he has shown the finest powers of leadership and the greatest devotion to duty.  Never did he allow any consideration for his own personal safety to interfere with his duty.  Two examples are but typical of his high standard  -
   On 16-9-1944 during the heavy fighting in the Gheel Bridgehead an officer was making his way back from  an isolated position held by the company.  AT that moment a counter-attack developed.  The officer was forced  to ground by a sudden burst of automatic fire and he was quite unable to move.  Sgt. McFadden saw the incident  and quickly ordered all weapons of his section to engage the area from which the fire was coming.  Under cover of this fire he rushed out to where the officer was lying and told him of his plan to get back.  Then he indicated  that more fire was required, and under cover of this he and the officer got back.
   Again, in the attack on Blerick on 3-12-1944 Sgt. McFadden, who was a section commander, had to take over his platoon just prior to crossing the start line owing to the platoon commander being wounded.  The Kangeroo  in which his platoon was travelling became bogged before reaching the objective.  Without hesitation he dismounted his platoon and led them to the objective which was under considerable enemy defensive fire.  His leadership was such that he reached the objective without losing a single man.  Throughout the campaign his services have been worthy of the highest commendation”.  Minor edge knocks. (GVF)  £1695



612.  Sea Gallantry Medal  -  Bronze  -  Edw. V11  -  Large.  Albert Erikson.  “Vanduara” 25th June 1902. Recipient with four others, manned a boat and attempted to rescue a shipmate who had fallen overboard, at  considerable risk.  The “Vanduara was a sailing ship out of Swansea.    (NEF)  £1550


613.  Russia - Medal of St. George.  4th Class.  No. 165084  Officially impressed.  L/Cpl. G. Robson.  2/R. Scots.  Rare to Regt. (NEF)  £950
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614.  Russia - Medal for Zeal - Silver.  Nicholas 11.  Officially impressed.  E.J. Mitchell.  M.A.A.  HMS Jupiter.  -  In January 1915 the Admiralty received a request for assistance from the Russian Government, the latter’s  icebreaker used to keep open the passage to Archangel in the White Sea having broken down.  In response the  Royal Navy sent out the Tyne Guard Ship H.M.S. Jupiter, an old Majestic-class battleship.  She departed for Archangel  on 5th February 1915, freeing en route a number of vessels stuck in Ice, occasionally by using explosive charges.  She, too, sometimes became icebound, but still managed to make a major impression on the problem, improving  the safe passage of numerous vessels, many of them laden with highly important war materials, among them the S.S. Thracia.  The latter was taken in tow after the use of explosive charges to free her.  Throughout these operations  it was not usual for the temperature to fall as low as minus 20 degrees, a hard test indeed on the morale and well being  of the Jupiter’s crew.  Her mission completed by May 1915, the Tzar expressed his gratitude by the presentation of a variety of Russian Honours and Awards to her crew.  Jupiter made history by becoming the first ship ever to get through the ice into Arkhangelsk during the winter; her February arrival was the earliest in history there.    (NEF)  £545
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615.  Kings Police Medal.  Geo. V.  1st type.  Coinage Head.  Gul Mohammed.  Ex. Foot Constable Peshawar Dist.    L/G 12-2-1917  -  “At 1.45 a.m. on the 31st of March 1916 the house of a Hindu in ‘B’ Division of  Peshawar City was attacked by a party of 20 to 25 armed dacoits, mostly afridis.  The alarm was raised and the  main body of the dacoits was engaged by a party of police from the Police Station.  Hearing the firing, a patrol  consisting of a Head Constable and two Constables  set off in the direction of the disturbance.  They, however,  unexpectedly encountered a picket put out by the dacoits.  The picket fired a volley at the police patrol with the result that Foot Constable Gull Mohomed had his right knee shattered by a bullet.  He fell and lay in the open whilst his two companions proceeded to climb on to the roof of a house in order to obtain a better position.  The dacoits  endeavoured to seize the wounded constable’s musket, but in spite of his wound he kept firing as he lay and  defended himself successfully.  He not only saved his arms but wounded one of the dacoits.  Foot Constable Gul  Mahomed’s conduct was most gallant.  His wound was so severe that his leg had to be amputated the next day and  as he lay in the open he was fully exposed to the dacoit’s fire”.  (NEF)  £895


616.  Kings Police Medal  Geo. V.  1st type.  Coinage Head.  C. Briavansing.  Sowar.  Palanpur Agency Police.   (NEF)  £1195 
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618.  Indian Police Medal - For Distinguished Conduct.  Geo. V.  Mohammad Ibrahim Khan.  Cons. U.P. Police.  Gazette of India 2.6.1934  -  “On the 12th July 1931, Constable Mohammad Ibrahim Khan formed one of a party  of police and villagers who were in pursuit of a dangerous gang of dacoits which, led by one Bahaduir Singh, had  been responsible for no fewer than 14 dacoits during the first half of that year.  Early in  the morning four of the  gang were sighted on the further bank of a river armed with guns.  Although it was breast deep in flood, the police party forded the river and, after an exchange of shots, Constable Mohammad Ibrahim and two villagers who were in the van succeeded in overtaking and capturing one of the dacoit’s a mile away.  Although the dacoits  quickened their pace, Constable Mohammad Ibrahim and one villager went on and again overtook and captured  another of them.  A third dacoit was intercepted and arrested by a village chaukidar and his brother though not  before the chaukidar had been shot and wounded in the chest.  There remained Bahadur Singh who fired several  times in the air to frighten his pursuers; but without slackening their pace they eventually caught and arrested him.  Constable Mohammad Ibrahim showed great courage and initiative in pursuing the dacoits and personally  apprehending two of them.”  (NEF)  £650



620.  Indian Police Medal.  For Distinguished Conduct.  Geo. V1.  Ghulam Abbas.  Constable N.W. Fr. Police.  (NEF)  £625


621.  Royal National Institution for the Preservation of Life from Shipwreck.  (Later the R.N.L.I.  Early Silver Medal  (Geo.1V)  Issued without suspender & un-named.    (NVF)  £325
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622.  British Empire Medal. (B.E.M.)  Eliz. 11.  Military.  Ch. M. (E) William R. Callicot  (R.N.)  L/G 8-6-1963.  (EF)  £360

623.  British Empire Medal  (B.E.M.) Geo V1 1st type.  S-Sgt. E.A. Underdown  R.A.S.C., I.A.C.C. (L/G 9-1-1946)(NEF)  £315

624.  British Empire Medal  (B.E.M.)  Geo. V1.  -  Civil.  Edgar Littlejohn.  L/G 9-1-1946 “Edgar Littlejohn.  Electrical Overseer, Admiralty Outstation”.  (NEF)  £225

625.  British Empire Medal  (B.E.M.)  Geo. V1  -  Military.  S/Sgt. Edward Shaw.  R.A.  (H.Q.  Anti-Aircraft Command)   L/G 10-4-1945  -  “S/Sgt. Shaw has been employed in “A” Branch, H.Q.  A.A. Command since 21-2-1941.  During the whole of this time he has carried out his duties with exceptional ability, and by his never failing energy,  cheerfulness and loyalty has imbued with his high standards the many A.T.S. clerks who have worked under his  control.  In the absence of the Chief Clerk of the branch he has frequently taken control, and if promotion had been allowed and if the appointment of Chief Clerk had not been for an A.T.S. auxiliary, he would have been  promoted into that appointment.  During the last six months, when the branch has been working at high pressure,  frequently until late at night, dealing with the large programme of disbandment of units and posting of personnel to infantry, he has set a high example of loyal and untiring work during exceptionally long hours.”   (NEF)  £315



627.  British Empire Medal  (B.E.M.) - Military  Geo V1.  Ladies issue.  S/Sgt. Ivy Weston.  A.T.S.  L/G 1-1-1947.
  “Joined A.G.16 July 1942.  S/Sergeant Weston has, since hostilities ceased, become Chief Clerk of the other  rank section of A.G.16.  Since the commencement of the release scheme she has been responsible for the  training of her new and fluctuating staff and also the co-ordination of all clerical work on the amalgamation of  two sections.  Work in A.G.16 involves all Arms of the Aray and S/Sergeant Weston has shown great accuracy,  patience and initiative.  Her work has undoubtedly been of great assistance towards the efficiency of this Branch.  Her tact, cheerfulness and personal example have created a happy atmosphere in an office which, being staffed  half by civilians and half by Auxiliary Territorial Services, might have presented a problem under a less capable Section Leader.” (NEF)  £400
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629.  British Empire Medal  (B.E.M.)  Eliz. 11.  Ladies issue.  Miss Elsie Florence Pedder.  L/G. 3-6-1978 - “Miss  E.F. Pedder.  National Savings Group Collector.  Margate”.  In case of issue.  (EF)  £265


630.  British Empire Medal  (B.E.M.)  Eliz. 11.  Sefu Hemedi.
   L/G 27-9-1955.  “Sefu Hemedi, messenger of Native Authority, Handedi  Tanganyika.  -  Sefu Hemedi was  sent to arrest a man who had been on the wanted list for some time for housebreaking and escape from lawful  custody and who was known to be a dangerous character.  He tracked him down to an isolated hut and called upon  the man to come out and give himself up.  The man came out armed with a long knife and without hesitation Sefu  tackled him and during the course of the struggle received four slashes from the knife which severed the muscle  tendons of his left wrist.  Despite these wounds he continued his efforts until the criminal was overpowered.
  Sefu Hemedi acted without fear of the consequences to himself, and his courageous action resulted in the arrest of the criminal”. In Royal Mint case of issue.  (NEF  £695


631.  British Empire Medal (B.E.M.)  Eliz. 11.  P.O. Edward M. Hancock.  R.N.Z.N.
   Recipient served in the Royal Navy and his trade was making sea charts.  At the time of the award he had been  on loan to the Royal New Zealand Navy carrying out the same type of work.  Sold with relevant newspaper cutting  which includes a photograph of P/O Hancock.  In Royal Mint case of issue.   (EF)  £650
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632.  British Empire Medal (B.E.M.)  Eliz. 11  -  Civil.  Abduli Grunshie.
   L/G 9-10-1956  -  Abdulai Grunshie.  Timber Headman.  Bibiani Gold Mine.  Gold Coast.  -  “A machine  driver in the Bibiani Gold Mine  accidentally fell 40 feet to the bottom of an ore pass.  He was injured and called  for help.  At grave personal risk and without regard to the dangers involved, Grunshie immediately descended into  the ore pass by means of a chain ladder.  While carrying out rescue operations some of the broken ore above released itself and fell.  Through Grunshie could easily have climbed the rope to safety, he stood by the injured man  in most dangerous circumstances until further help was forthcoming.  Medal in fitted Royal Mint case of issue. (EF)  £775


633.  St. Andrew’s Ambulance Association.  Silver Medal for Saving Life on Land.  Un-named.  (NEF)  £545
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634.  
H.E. Lord Willingdon Medal for Good Recruiting Work  -  Silver - H.E. Lord Willingdon.  1 5/8 ” diameter.  Small double ring suspension.    (NEF)  £215 PHOTOS



637.  Royal Humane Society.  Large Bronze.  Sgt. Nicholas Chapman.  Worcester Militia.  20th May 1855.  It would  appear that at one time medal was fitted with suspender from edge  -  since removed.   (NEF)  £395

638.  Royal Humane Society  -  Large type bronze medal - successful.  James Connor.  20 June 1847.  Fitted with  ring suspender.   (NEF)  £320

639.  Royal Humane Society.  Large type bronze medal - successful.  Edward Jeffery.  29 June 1855.    (GVF)  £335

640.  Royal Humane Society.  Small type silver medal - successful.  P.C. W. Mears.  ‘M’ Divn.   (VF)  £695



642.  Moray Floods  -  Silver Medal for Courage 1829.  Handsome piece.  40 mm diameter.  Obverse - Flood scene  surrounded by laurel leaves.  Reverse - “Presented by the Central Committee for the Flood Fund to Alexander Riach  Rothes, as an Honorary Reward for his courage and humanity shown at the Great Flood.  August 4th 1829”. Reverse has been neatly converted for brooch wear.  Rare (NEF)  £455
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644.  Hundred of Salford Humane Society - Silver Cruciform Medal.  William Henry Mason.  August 1887  -  For  saving life.  (NEF)  £165
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645.  Hundred of Salford Special Proficiency Medal.  Reverse named “Lucy Andrews 1927”  (NEF)  £95
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820.  R.S.P.C.A. Life-saving Medal - Bronze -Top Bar “For Humanity”. Stn. Offr. G.C. Warren 1952.  In fitted case (EF)  £185



646.  Order of St. John  - Officer.  Breast Badge 6th type (1984-91)  Silver and enamel. (NEF)  £60

647.  Order of St. John  - Officer.  Breast Badge 7th type (1991 -)  Silver and enamel. (NEF)  £65

648.  Order of St. John  - Officer.  Ladies issue, on bow.  In case of issue.   (NEF)  £73
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649.  Governor of Bengal - Award for Loyal Service.  Large silver medallion.  2¼” diameter, with coat of arms on  obverse.  Named to Babu K.C. Rakshit.  1943.    (EF)  £1250
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650.  University of St Andrews. Tullis Medal 1882-83.  Large Oval Silver Medal 1-3/4”x2” Obverse Cross of  St Andrews & wording as above. Reverse engraved “Awarded to Alexander Cleland 2nd class of Mathematics.  P.R. Scott Lang M.A. Professor”, with a legend in Greek around the edge.  (NEF).  £155


651.  Glasgow Highlanders. Gold Medallion  Reverse engraved "Lance Sergt R. McDonald" Front of Medallion  dated 1885. (NEF)  £135


652.  Glasgow Corporation Gold Medal for Bravery.  James Murphy 1973.  In case of issue.    (EF)  £650
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653.  Glasgow Corporation Silver Medal for Bravery.  Mr. John McFarlane King 1957.    (EF)  £365
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655.  Indian Army M.S.M. 1848. Sgt. Major Joshua Burton.  34th N.I.  G.O.C.C. 1853. (NEF) £850

Meritorious Service Medals

656.  M.S.M.   Victoria - Indian issue.  Col. Hav. Janu Sambhuja.  14th Bo. Infy.  Scratches on obverse at 3 o’clock. (VF)  £210

657.  M.S.M.   Edw. V11.  Sgt. G.S. Grayson.  2nd Dragoon Gds.  A note that came with the medal states that recipient  is also entitled to Mutiny Medal with bar “Lucknow”.  (NEF)  £435

658.  Meritorious Service Medal (M.S.M.)  Geo. V.  1st type.  Pte.-A/Cpl. C.R. Brown.  R.A.M.C. 
L/G 3-6-1919 (France and Flanders)   (NEF)  £195

661.  Meritorious Service Medal  (M.S.M.)  Geo. V1.  2nd type.  Sgt. H.A. Barrell.  Coldstream Gds.   (EF)  £300

662.  M.S.M.   Geo. V.   1st type.  Pte-A/Cpl. S. Roberts.  R.A.M.C.   L/G 3-6-1919. (NEF)  £195

663.  M.S.M.   Geo. V.   1st type.  Q.M. Sgt. J. Coles.  Worcester R.    (NEF)  £275

664.  M.S.M.  Geo. V.    1st type.  S.Q.M. Sgt. M. Orton  A.S.C.  (L/G 12.3.1917)  Recipient was M.I.D. twice  -  L/G  1.12.1916 and 11.6.1918.  He died on 4.12.1918.  (NEF)  £265

665.  M.S.M.  Geo. V1.  2nd type.  W.O. Cl. 1.  H. Willmore.  R.A.P.C.    (EF)  £225

666.  M.S.M.  Geo. V1.  Indian issue.  Hav. Sawar Khan.  16 Bn. Raj. Rifles.   (NEF)  £110

667.  M.S.M.  Geo. V1.  Indian issue.  Hav. Manohar Lal.  9-13  F.F. Rif.    (NEF)  £112

668.  M.S.M.  Geo. V1.  Indian issue.  Hav. Indar Singh.  4-1 H.C.  (Indian Hospital Cps.)   (GVF)  £110

669.  M.S.M.  Geo. V1.  Indian issue.  Hav. Shama Roshan.  2-13 F.F.R.   (NEF)  £110

670.  M.S.M.  Geo. V1.  Indian issue.  Hav. Sohnu.  10-13  F.F. Rif.    (NEF)  £112


671.  R.N.  M.S.M.  Geo. V.  F.H. Jacobs.  A/C.P.O.  “Cardiff”.  Services during war.    (GVF)  £485


Army Long Service Good Conduct Medals.

673.  Army L.S.G.C.  Victoria  -  Large letter reverse.  Sgt. Arthur Rowland Coldstream Gds. Replacement bar suspender (GVF)  £315

674.  Army L.S.G.C.  Victoria  -  Large letter reverse.  Cpl. Ml. Eagan.  73rd Reft.   (GVF)  £295

677.  Army L.S.G.C.  Victoria  -  Pte. John Livingston.  28th   Regimentally named.  (NEF)  £140

679.  Army L.S.G.C.  Victoria  -  Pte. J. Harding.  15/Hussars.   (NEF)  £175

680.  Army L.S.G.C.  Victoria  -  Pte. J. Crowden.  7/Hussars.   (NEF)  £185

681.  Army L.S.G.C.  Victoria  -  L/.Cpl. W. Tipper.  R. War. R.  (NEF)  £150

682.  Army L.S.G.C.  Victoria  -  large letter reverse.  School Mr. Serjt. A. Graham.  78th Highrs - 1856.   (VF)  £375

683.  Army L.S.G.C.  Victoria.  Pte. H. Buckingham.  North’d. Fus.  (NEF)  £150

688.  Army L.S.G.C.  Victoria.  M. Mahoney.  70th Regt.    (NEF)  £150

692.  Army L.S.G.C.  Victoria.  Indian issue.  Sapper Mootoogany,  26th Sappers and Miners.    (NEF)  £160

693.  Army L.S.G.C.  Edw. V11.  Indian issue.  Sepoy Buta Singh.  122nd Rajputana Infy.    (VF)  £100

694.  Army L.S.G.C.  Geo. V.  1st type.  S/Sgt. P.H. Mathews.  P.W.D.    (NEF)  £72

695.  Army L.S.G.C.  Geo. V.  1st type.  Indian issue.  L/Nk Ilam Din.  23 - D.T.T. Coy.   (GVF)  £65

696.  Army L.S.G.C.  Geo. V1. 1st type “Regular Army”  Sgt. D. Barfoot.  A.D.C.  (Army Dental Corps)  Official  correction to initial “D”.    (NEF)  £95

697.  Army L.S.G.C.  Geo. V1. Indian issue.  Nk. Bhola Singh.  R. Bombay S. & M.  (GVF)  £65

698.  Army L.S.G.C.  Geo. V1. Indian issue.  L/Hav.  Alla Yar Khan.  2-11 Sikh R.   (GVF)  £70

699.  Army L.S.G.C.  Geo. V1. 2nd type “Regular Army”  Sgt. W.J. Kerruish  R.A.  (Replacement)  (NEF)  £44

700.  Army L.S.G.C.  Geo. V1. Indian issue  -  Un-named (not erased)   (NEF)  £65

701.  Army L.S.G.C.  Geo. V1. Indian issue.  Water-Carrier Hayat Muhammad.  I.S.C. (NEF)  £70

702.  Army L.S.G.C.  Eliz. 11.  2nd type “Regular Army”. Cpl. S. Cross.  R. Signals  -  In box of issue.   (EF)  £60

703.  Army L.S.G.C.  Eliz. 11  2nd type “Regular Army”.  L/Cpl. D.L. Risi.  R. Signals.  (NEF)  £75

704.  Army L.S.G.C.  Eliz. 11.  2nd type.  Cpl. D.J. Johnstone.  A.C.C.   (NEF)  £80

705.  Army L.S.G.C.  Eliz. 11.  2nd type.  “Regular Army”  W.O.2. K. Dickson  R.A.O.C.   (EF)  £78


706.  South Africa Permanent Force L.S.G.C.  Geo. V1.  2nd type.  S/Sgt. W.J. Pretorius.  S.A.A.F.    (NEF)  £300


707.  Volunteer Decoration   -  Victoria.  V.R.  Top Pin Bar missing.  Hallmark 1892.    (NEF)  £125



711.  Volunteer Force Long Service Medal. Victoria.  Cpl. D. Ferguson.  3rd V.B.  H.L.I.    (GVF)  £90

712.  Volunteer Force Long Service.  Victoria.  Pte. L. McLean.  1st Lanark V.R.C.  (GVF)  £90

713.  Volunteer Force Long Service.  Victoria.  Un-named as issued.  “Regina”.   (GVF)  £60

714.  Volunteer Force Long Service.  Victoria.  Col. Sgt. W.E. Hillier.  Presidency Vol. Rifle Bn.  Official correction  to initial “E”.   (NEF)  £135


715.  Volunteer Force Long Service.  Victoria.  Orly. Room Sgt. W. Ayres.  1st Bn.  Cal. Vol. Rifles.  (Occupation -  Superintendent, Accountant - Generals Office, Calcutta)   (NEF)  £145

716.  Volunteer Force Long Service.  Victoria.  Cpl. S.W. Coleston.  Alabad Vol. Rifles.  (NEF)  £125

717.  Volunteer Force Long Service.  Victoria.  Cpl. J. Beveridge.  1/Fifes V.A.   (NEF)  £90

720.  Volunteer Force Long Service.  Edward V11.  Pte. J.H.L. Metcalfe.  1/V.B. W. York Regt.   (VF)  £90

722.  Volunteer Force Long Service.  Geo. V.  L/Sgt. H. Parsons.  2-N.W. Rly. R.  A.F.I.   (NEF)  £90

723.  Volunteer Force Long Service.  Geo. V.  Rfmn. J. Tinson.  Simla Rifles  A.F.I.   (NEF)  £95

724.  Volunteer Force Long Service.  Geo. V.  Sgt. T.A. Mody.  Bombay Bn.  A.F.I.   (NEF)  £95

725.  Volunteer Force Long Service.  Geo. V.  Cpl. J. Westwater.  Cossipore Arty. Volunteers.    (NEF)  £95

726.  Volunteer Force Long Service.  Geo. V.  Sgt. A.J. Westwood.  1st (Cossipore) Bde.  Mobile Arty.  (I.D.F.)   (NEF)  £95

727.  Volunteer Force Long Service.  Geo. V.  Bmbr. G. Low.  1st (Cossipore) Bde.  Mobile Arty.  I.D.F.   (NEF)  £95

728.  Volunteer Force Long Service.  Geo. V.  Sgt. R. Paxton  1st Bn.  C.V. Rifles (Calcutta Vol. Rifles.  Medal awarded  per I.A.O. 397 of 19-6-1916.    (NEF)  £95

729.  Volunteer Force Long Service.  Geo. V.  Coy Qmr. Sgt. W.T. Huett.  2-N.W.R. Regt.  A.F.I.   (GVF)  £90

732.  Volunteer Force Long Service.  Geo. V.  Pte. C.S. Long.  The Kolar Gold Flds. Bn.  A.F.I.  (Occupation - Supervisor  of Watchmen, Nundydroog Co. Ltd.)   (NEF)  £100

733.  Volunteer Force Long Service.  Geo. V.  Pte. C.W. Smythe.  2/Nagpur Rifles.  I.D.F.
  (NEF)  £95

734.  Volunteer Force Long Service.  Geo. V.  Cpl. T. Arklie.  2nd Bn. Madras & S.M. Rly. Rifles.  (NEF)  £95

735.  Volunteer Force Long Service.  Geo. V.  Rfmn. W.A. Nedou.  Punjab Rifles.  I.D.F.  -  Part of rank erased.  (NEF)  £80

736.  Volunteer Force Long Service.  Geo. V.  Pte. R.O. Collyer.  The Bombay Bn.  A.F.I.  (NEF)  £95

737.  Volunteer Force Long Service.  Geo. V.  Pte. W.H. Collins.  43/Kolar Gold Fields Bn.  I.D.F.   (NEF)  £95

738.  Volunteer Force Long Service.  Geo. V.  Pte. E.H. Hill.  1. Bn. G.I.P. Rly. R.  A.F.I.  (NEF)  £115

739.  Volunteer Force Long Service.  Geo. V.  Pte. F. Baker  2-B.B. & C.I. Rly. Rif.  A.F.I.  (Bombay, Baroda & Cent.  India Rly.   (NEF)  £115

740.  Volunteer Force Long Service.  Geo. V.  Vol. H.W. Whiteside.  E. India Rly. Vol. Rifles  (Occupation - Guard,  Sahebgungi)  (NEF)  £95

741.  Volunteer Force Long Service.  Geo. V.  Cpl. G.P. Dullard.  E.I. Ry.. Voltr. Rifles  (Occupation - Asst.  Commercial Manager.  Howrah)   (NEF)  £95

742.  Volunteer Force Long Service.  Geo. V.  Sgt. R.A. Hessing.  2nd Bn. B.B. & C.I. Ry. Vol. Rifles.  (Occupation  Foreman.  Carriage and Wagon Section.  Ajmer)   (NEF)  £95

743.  Volunteer Force Long Service.  Geo. V.  Sgt. R.E. Perry.  2/B.N. Rly. Regt.  (A.F.) (GVF)  £95

744.  Volunteer Force Long Service.  Geo. V.  Pte. V. O’R. Ryan.  U. Burma Bn. R.F.I.  (Occupation - Assistant/Miner.   Ruby Mines.  Mogok.  (VF)  £100

745.  Volunteer Force Long Service.  Geo. V.  Pte. C.W. McLeod.  The Upper Burma Bn. A.F.I.  (Occupation -  Sub-Engineer.  Public Works Dept.  (GVF)  £100

746.  Volunteer Force Long Service.  Geo. V.  Pte. F. McLeod.  D’Dun  A.F.I.  (Dehra Dun Contgt.)   (VF)  £90


748.  Territorial Force Efficiency Medal.    Edw. V11.  Cpl. E. Weatherell.  1/W.R.B.  R.F.A.   (VF)  £120

750.  Territorial Force Efficiency Medal.    Edw. V11.  L/Cpl. A. Doig.  Highland Cyclists Bn.    (NVF)  £240
 
752.  Territorial Force Efficiency Medal.    Geo. V.  Sgt. J. Allan.  8/H.L.I.  Recipient was K.I.A. serving with 16th Bn  Royal Scots, on 28-4-1917 and is buried in Brown’s Copse Cemetery, Roeux.  (GVF)  £115

753.  Territorial Force Efficiency Medal.    Geo. V.  Dvr. T.R. Johnson.  R.A.S.C.   (GVF)  £65

754.  Territorial Force Efficiency Medal.    Geo. V.  C. Sgt. T. Young.  N. Cyclist Bn.    (NEF)  £265

756.  Territorial Force Efficiency Medal.    Geo. V.  Pte. D. McCallum  R.A.M.C.    (NEF)  £70


757.  Efficiency Decoration  Geo. V1 dated 1949.  Complete with Top Pin Bar “Territorial” - with extra service bar 1953  (NEF)  £110

759.  Efficiency Decoration   Geo. V1.  Dated 1951.  Complete with Top Pin Bar “Territorial”.  -  with extra Service  Bar - 1951.    (NEF)  £110


760.  Efficiency Medal    “Territorial”  Geo. V.  Sgt. J. Carruthers.  Lanark Yeomanry.   (NEF)  £245

761.  Efficiency Medal    “Territorial”  Geo. V.  Sgt. W.C. Munt.  R. Signals.   (GVF)  £60

762.  Efficiency Medal.    “India”  Geo. V.  Pte. R.W.H. Clarke.  2-E.I. Rly. R.  A.F.I.  (GVF)  £90

764.  Efficiency Medal.    “India”  Geo. V1.  - with extra service bar.  M-Tpr. C.W. Harvey.  Chota Nagpur R.  A.F.I. (NEF)  £95

765.  Efficiency Medal.    “India”  Geo. V1.  Gnr. R. Hall.  Bengal Arty.  A.F.I.  (NEF)  £90

766.  Efficiency Medal.    “India”  Geo. V.  Cpl. C.E. Kenton.  2.  E.I. Rly. R.  A.F.I.  (GVF)  £90

767.  Efficiency Medal.    “India”  Geo. V.  L/Cpl. A. Francis.  2. M. & S.M. Rly. Rif.  A.F.I.   (GVF)  £90

768.  Efficiency Medal.    “India”  Geo. V.  Pte. S. Wood.  I.G.I.P. Rly R.  A.F.I.    (NEF  £90

769.  Efficiency Medal.    “India”  Geo. V.  L/Cpl. J.N. Balsara.  Bombay Bn.  A.F.I.    (GVF)  £90

770.  Efficiency Medal.    “India”  Geo. V.  Pte. S. Stuart.  I. M. & S.M. Rly. Rif.  A.F.I. (NEF)  £90

771.  Efficiency Medal.    “India”  Geo. V.  Pte. C.E. Oatley.  2E.I. Rly. R.  A.F.I.  (NEF)  £90

772.  Efficiency Medal.    “India”  Geo. V1.  Cpl. W.F. Roberts.  Bo. Bn.  A.F.I.  (Bombay Bn)   (GVF)  £90

773.  Efficiency Medal.    “India”  Geo. V1.  Pte. A.J. Snaize.  1. E.I. Rly. R.  A.F.I.  (Occupation - shunter/driver) (VF)  £85

774.  Efficiency Medal    “India”  Geo. V1.  Pte. P. Williams.  Delhi Contgt.  A.F.I.  (NEF)  £90

776.  Efficiency Medal.   “Militia”  Geo. V1.  1st type.  Cpl. R. Graham.  R. Signals. (NEF)  £75

777.  Efficiency Medal    “Militia”  Geo. V1.  1st type.  Sgln.  W.F. Southgate.  R. Signals.  (NEF)  £75

778.  Efficiency Medal.   “Militia”  Geo. V1.  1st type.  Sgln. J. Taylor.  R. Signals.   (NEF)  £85

779.  Efficiency Medal    “Territorial”  Geo. V1.  1st type.  Pte. F. Ricketts.  Queens.    (GVF)  £65

781.  Efficiency Medal    “Territorial”  Geo. V1.  1st type.  S/Sgt. S.S. Edwards.  R.A.M.C.    (EF)  £48

782.  Efficiency Medal    “Territorial”  Geo. V1.  1st type.  Bdr. T. Rowntree.  R.A.   (NEF)  £47

783.  Efficiency Medal    “Territorial”  Geo. V1.  1st type.  Cpl. J. Sibley  R.A.P.C.  (NEF)  £67

784.  Efficiency Medal    “Territorial”  Geo. V1.  `1st type - with extra service bar.  Bmbr. J. Moncaster  R.A.  Sold with  original birth certificate (Gainsborough) and dog tags.   (NEF)  £78

785.  Efficiency Medal.   “Territorial”  Geo. V1.  1st type.  Spr. J.G. Holmes.  R.E.   (NEF)  £48

786.  Efficiency Medal.   “Territorial”  Geo. V1.  1st type.  Gnr. R. Anderson  R.A.  (EF)  £48

787.  Efficiency Medal.   “Territorial”  Geo. V1.  1st  type.  Pte. C. Green.  A.C.C.   (EF)  £48

788.  Efficiency Medal.   “Territorial”  Geo. V1.  1st  type.  Cpl. H.J.R. Thatcher.  R.A.S.C.    (NEF)  £48

789.  Efficiency Medal.   “Territorial”  Geo. V1.  1st type.  Pte. A. McCallum  6-H.L.I. (NEF)  £75

792.  Efficiency Medal.   “Territorial”  Geo. V1.  2nd type.  Bdr. T. Gray.  R.A.   (NEF)  £45

793.  Efficiency Medal.   “Territorial”  Geo. V1.  2nd type.  Lieut. E.T. Walls.  R.A.  In box of issue (L/G 11-6-48)  (EF)  £90

794.  Efficiency Medal.   “Territorial”  Geo. V1.  2nd type.  W.O. Cl. 2.  J. Scott.  H.L.I. (NEF)  £80

795.  Efficiency Medal.   “Territorial”  Geo. V1.  2nd type.  Cfn. B.J. Drew.  R.E.M.E. (NEF)  £47

796.  Efficiency Medal.   “T. & A.V.R.”  Eliz. 11.  -  with extra service bar.  Pte. E.V. Bletsoe  Q.A.R.A.N.C.   (NEF)  £460 
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798.  Imperial Yeomanry L.S.G.C.  Edw. V11.  Sgt. J. Carlin.  Notts I.Y.    (NEF)  £550


799.  Special Reserve L.S.G.C.  Edw. V11.  Pte. S. Hickley.  4/Notts & Derby Regt.  (NEF)  £595


800.  R.N.V.R.  LSGC    Geo. V1.  1st type.  Sup/P/O.  G.H. Horn.  S.A.N.F. (V).  (South African Naval Force)  (NEF)  £150


Royal Naval Long Service Good Conduct.

803.  R.N.  LSGC  Edw. V11.  C.R. Goulding.  Ch. Stoker  HMS Didio.   (NEF)  £100

804.  R.N.  LSGC  Edw. V11.  Michael King.  Lg. Sto. 1st Cl.  HMS Vivid.  (NEF)  £110

805.  R.N.  LSGC  Geo. V.  1st type.  T. Arton.  Mechn.  HMS Victory.   (GVF)  £75

808.  R.N.  LSGC  Eliz. 11  2nd type  R.E. Ralph  D.S.M.  P.O.M.(E)  HMS Loch Ruthven.  Awarded D.S.M. per  L/G 2.6.1943  -  R.N.P.S.  (NEF)  £170


809.  R.N.R. Decoration.  Geo. V.   (NEF)  £215

810.  R.N.R. Decoration.   Eliz. 11.  Dated 1991.  In Royal Mint case of issue.   (EF)  £240
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811.  R.N.R.  LSGC    Edw. V11.  J. Davy.  Sean.  1. Cl.  R.N.R.    (NEF)  £85

812.  R.N.R.  LSGC  Edw. V11.  T. Baker.  Sean. I. Cl.  R.N.R.   (NEF)  £70

813.  R.N.R.  LSGC  Geo. V.  1st type.  B. Benefer.  Smn.  R.N.R.   (NEF  £60


814.  R.F.R.  LSGC  Geo. V1.  1st type.  A.B.  W.H.J. Armstrong  R.A.F.R.  (Royal Australian Fleet Rescue)  (NEF)  £235



815.  Prison Service L.S.G.C.  S.O.  S. Lyons WDO31.  -  Sold with recipient’s Diamond Jubilee Medal 2012.  (EF)  £250


816.  R.A.F.  L.S.G.C.  Eliz. 11.  2nd type.  S.A.C.  P.P. Hallinan  R.A.F.  (EF)  £60

817.  R.A.F.  L.S.G.C.   Eliz. 11.  2nd type.  Cpl. J.W.G. Simpson.  R.A.F.   (NEF)  £60


818.  Royal Warrant Holders Association Medal  Eliz. 11.  R.M. Blackwell.  In Garrard case.   (EF)  £200


819.  Royal Warrant Holders Silver Jubilee 1977.  Thomas Caddick.    (EF)  £245


821.  Special Constabulary Faithful Service.  Geo. V.  Crowned Head.  Harry C. Griffith.  (NEF)  £12

822.  Special Constabulary Faithful Service.  Geo. V.  Coinage Head.  Harry Bryant.  (NEF)  £12

823.  Special Constabulary Faithful Service  Geo. V1  2nd type  (Fid. Def)  Andrew Fraser.   (NEF)  £185

824.  Special Constabulary Faithful Service.  Eliz. 11.  2nd type.  Albert E. Taylor.   (EF)  £32

825.  Special Constabulary Faithful Service  Eliz. 11.  Frank W. Hayward.    (NEF)  £33

826.  Special Constabulary Faithful Service.  Eliz. 11.  2nd type  James Duncan.   (EF)  £30

828.  Special Constabulary Faithful Service.  Eliz. 11.   Frederick W. Toon.  (NEF)  £30

828a. Special Constabulary Faithful Service.
Ulster Reverse. William Donnelly. £250

829.  Glasgow Special Constabulary Service Medal 1914-1919 with “3 years” Bar.  Andrew Jeff.   (NEF)  £60

830.  Glasgow Special Constabulary Service Medal 1914-1919 with “2 years” Bar.  David Robinson.    (NEF)  £60


831.  Birmingham Special Constabulary Long Service.  1916.  Named on reverse “F. Salmon”   (NEF)  £45


832.  Edinburgh City Special Constabulary Long Service 1914.   (NEF)  £45


833.  Metropolitan Special Constabulary Long Service 1914.   (NEF)  £25


834.  Birmingham Special Constabulary  Water Works Guard 1917-1918.  Bronze Medal awarded by Birmingham    Corporation.  Un-named.  (NEF)  £75


835.  Burgh of Greenock Special Constabulary Medal - with “2years” top pin bar.  H. Cuthbert.  In box of issue.  (NEF)`  £285


836.  Cardiff City Special Police. Bronze Medal for service in Great War 1914-19.  Un-named.  Mounted for wear. (NEF)  £80


837.  Liverpool City Police Good Service Medal.  Bronze.  P.S. 12  “B” John Richard Rowley.  10th April 1919, and  Liverpool City Police Good Service Medal.  Silver.  Sergt. 12 “B” John Richard Rowley.  10th April 1924.  Both  medals presented by the Watch Committee.  The silver medal in fitted case of issue.    (EF)  £595


839.  Police Exemplary Service.  Geo. V1.  Sgt. Edwin F. Lofting.   (EF)  £48

840.  Police Exemplary Service.  Geo. V1.  Const. Frank E.G. Jones.   (EF)  £48

841.  Police Exemplary Service.  Eliz. 11.  1st type.  Const. Arthur Hunter.   (EF)  £48

842.  Police Exemplary Service.  Eliz. 11.  2nd type.  Sgt. Ivan C. Smith.    (EF)  £49

843.  Police Exemplary Service.  Eliz. 11.  2nd type.  Const.  Daniel Lowe.   (EF)  £48

845.  Police Exemplary Service.  Eliz. 11.  2nd type.  Const. John Owen.    (NEF)  £48

846.  Police Exemplary Service.  Eliz. 11.  2nd type.  Const. Alfred Vintner.    (EF)  £48

847.  Police Exemplary Service.  Eliz. 11.  2nd type.  Sgt. Joseph Richardson.  (NEF)  £48


848.  Fire Service Exemplary Service.  Ldg. Fireman.  Archibald J. Thomas.  (NEF)  £48

851.  Fire Service Exemplary Service.  Fireman Walter G. Fell.  In box of issue.  (EF)  £50

852. Group of Three
Fire Service Exemplary Service.  Fireman Henry W. Stevenson.
British Fire Services Association Medal  Bronze (10 yrs)  H.W. Stevenson.
St. John Ambulance Assn. Medal with six date bars (1928-32 and 1941) -  Henry Stevenson.  First two medals in boxes of issue.  (EF)  £110


853.  New Zealand United Fire Services Assn. Long Service  -  Silver  -  with four extra “2 years service” Bars.  R.N. Hermon.  Levin V.F.B.  29-10-96.  Complete with ornate top pin bar.   (NEF)  £235


854.  National Fire Brigades Association Long Service - with “Ten  Years” Bar.  Bronze.  Albert L. Shepherd.    (EF)  £45


855.  National Fire Brigades Union Long Service - with “Ten Years” Bar.  Chas Thomas.  (Hon. Sec)  Ferndale F.B. 1918.  Bronze.   (EF)  £55


856.  British Fire Services Association Long Service.  Bronze.  Original ribbon S. Bassett.   (EF)  £45


858.  St. Andrews Ambulance Association. - Corps Jubilee Medal 1904-1954.  Un-named as issued.   (GVF)  £90



859.  Imperial Service Medal.  Edw. V11.  “Star type”.  Un-named as issued.   (NEF)  £125

860.  Imperial Service Medal.   Geo. V1.  2nd type.  Hebert Charles Atkinson.   (NEF)  £18

861.  Imperial Service Medal.   Eliz. 11.  1st type.  George Wall.  (NEF)  £18

862.  Imperial Service Medal.  Eliz. 11.  2nd type.  Miss Alice Patricia Loe.  In Royal Mint fitted case of issue.    (EF)  £19


863.  Civil Defence Long Service.  Un-named as issued.  (NEF)  £35


864.  Royal Observer Corps Medal.  Eliz. 11. 2nd type  Observer Off A.J. Parkinson.  Sold with Corps Lapel Badge (NEF)  £250


866.  Ceylon Police L.S.G.C.  1950 issue.  Eliz. 11.  Const. D.P.A. Weerasurya.  Ceylon Police.   (NEF)  £415


867.  Canadian Forces Decoration.  (C.D.)  Eliz. 11.  Sgt. R. Guyea.    (NEF)  £40
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868.  Canadian Forces Decoration  (C.D.)  Eliz. 11.  Sgt. C. Bollis.   (GVF)  £40




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 Queen Victoria's 1887 Jubilee Medal. Bronze
881a. Queen Victoria. Jubilee Medal 1887. Bronze 30 mm dia.
Struck to  celebrate 50th anniversary of Queen Victoria's accession to the throne. The bronze medal was given to selected NCOs and men who took part in the parade. All medals were issued unnamed with ring for suspension. This medal was also issued in gold and silver.  £165 PHOTOS


872. Coronation 1953 Gentleman’s issue. (NEF) £35


873. Silver Jubilee 1977. Ladies issue. (NEF) £185


874. Silver Jubilee 1977 - Canadian issue. (NEF) £115


858.  St. Andrews Ambulance Association. - Corps Jubilee Medal 1904-1954.  Un-named as issued.   (GVF)  £90

819.  Royal Warrant Holders Silver Jubilee 1977.  Thomas Caddick.    (EF)  £245



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876.  Group of Fifteen  To Major-General T. Young.  C.B., O.B.E., R.A.M.C.
Most Honourable Order of the Bath - Companion (C.B.) - Military.  Neck Badge, in Gilt (1951)
Most Excellent Order of the British Empire - Officer - (O.B.E.)  2nd type.  Military (1945)
1914-15 Star.  Lieut. T. Young  R.A.M.C.
B.W.M. and Victory (M.I.D.)  Capt. T. Young.
I.G.S.  1 Bar NWF 1930-31  Major T. Young.
1939-45, Africa, and Italy Stars.
Defence and War Medals  (M.I.D.) 
G.S.M.  1 Bar Malaya.  Geo. V1.  Brigadier T. Young  (O.B.E.  Staff.
Coronation Medal 1953.
U.S.A. - Legion of Merit  -  Legionnaire.  (1946)
France - Medaille De La Reconnaissance  (1945)  
Born 1893.  M.B., CHB (Glasgow) 1915.  M.D. 1951.  D.P.H. (Cambridge) 1924.  Lieut.  R.A.M.C.  Served  European war, Dardanelles, MEF, EEF 1915-22.  (Despatches twice).  India 1925-1931 and 1934-39.  Major 1927.  Lt. Col. 1941.  Temp. Col. 1941.  Dep. Dir. Of Hygiene, Bnaf and Cmf, 1942-46 (Despatches twice).  Col. 1945.  Comdt Army School of Hygiene 1946.  Brigadier 1947.  Dir of Medical Services Farelf 1948.  Major-General1949.  Hon. Physician to King 1950.  Hon Physician to Queen 1952-53.  Dir. Army Health 1949-53.  Retired 1953.  Col. Comdt.  R.A.M.C. 1955-61.   Sold with quantity of original paper work, including C.B. Bestowal document, O.B.E. Bestowal document,  3 x M.I.D. certificates.  Invitation to Coronation at Westminster 2-6-1953.  Coronation 1953 award certificate.  U.S.A. Legion of Merit Bestowal document and associated photographs of presentation.  French Medal De La  Reconnaissance Bestowal document and associated papers.  Booklet re the dinner given by the army to H.M. the Queen, 27-11-1956 and two associated photographs of the event, and the Army Medical Service Magazine, Jan. 1956 which featured Major-General Young.  Together with some copied research and photographs.
Medals mounted as worn, by Spink.   (NEF)  £4250
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877.  Group of Six
  
Brig. General C.A. Elliott, C.M.G., D.S.O., Royal Engineers.
  Most Distinguished Order of ST. Michael and St. George - Companion - (C.M.G.)  Neck Badge.
  Distinguished Service Order  (D.S.O.)  Geo. V.
  Tibet 1903-4.  Bar - Gyantse.  Capt. C. Elliott.  R.E.
  1914-15 Star.  Major C.A. Elliott.  R.E.
  B.W.M. and Victory  (M.I.D.)  Brig. General C.A. Elliott

  C.M.G.  -  L/G  3-6-1919  -  Lt. Col. (T/Br. Gen) C.A. Elliott  D.S.O.  R.E.
  D.S.O.  -  L/G  1-1-1917  -  Major (Temp Lt. Col)  C.A. Elliott.  R. 
M.I.D.  -  For Tibet - L/G 13-12-1904  -  Capt. C. Elliott.  Field Engineer.  
M.I.D.  -  L/G  4-1-1917  -  Elliott.  Maj. (Temp Lt. Col)  C.A.  R.E.  
M.I.D.  -  L/G  15-5-1917  -  Elliott.  Maj. (Temp Lt. Col)  C.A.  D.S.O.  R.E.
M.I.D.  -  L/G  11-12-1917  -Elliott.  Maj. (Temp Lt. Col)  C.A.  D.S.O.  R.E.
M.I.D.  -  L/G  17-12-1918  -  Elliott.  Lt. Col. (T/Brig. Gen)  C.A.  D.S.P.  R.E.
M.I.D.  -  L/G  5-7-1919  -  Elliott Lt. Col. (T/Brig Gen)  C.A.  D.S.O.  R.E.
Sold with small early photograph of recipient in uniform.    Mounted for display. (NEF)  £3950
 


879.  Group of Eight
Distinguished Service Order (D.S.O.)  Geo. V.  Complete.
I.G.S.  1 Bar NWF 1935 (M.I.D.)  Capt. F.J. Doherty.  I.M.S.
1939-45, Africa, and Burma Stars.
Defence and War Medals.
Order of St. John Service Medal.  Dr. F.J. Doherty.  P. for W. 1962
D.S.O. - L/G 24-12-1935 for conspicuous gallantry on 29-9-1935 whilst operating against Mohmand tribesmen  in the attack on Point 4080, N.W. Frontier, in which action Capt. G. Meynell, 12th F.F.R. was awarded a posthumous  Victoria Cross.  -  “Capt. Doherty fearlessly attended to the wounded although continuously under fire, evacuated them, and, when all the British Officers of the Guides had been killed or wounded, greatly assisted in reorganising the troops in the vicinity, taking command until the arrival of a combatant officer.
M.I.D. - L/G 8-5-1936  -  “For distinguished services rendered in connection with the Mohmand operations  N.W. Frontier, of India, 15/16 August to 15/16 October 1935”.
   D.S.O.  -  A rare immediate award to a Battalion Medical Officer.
    Sold with copy papers which show recipient as being born on 5-8-1909 in Belfast and receiving his Medical  Degree at Queens University, Belfast.  He retired as a Lt. Colonel and took up practice in Wales.  Mounted as worn. (NEF)  £5850


881.  Group of Three
  Order of the British Empire  -  Commander  -  (C.B.E.)  1st type - Civil.
  I.G.S.  1 Bar Burma 1930-32.  Lt. Col. A .Lethbridge.  B.M.P.
  Defence Medal.
   Recipient was born on 29-9-1884 and was educated at Tonbridge and Sandhurst.  Joined 54th Sikhs.  Capt. 12.12.12.  Major 12.12.18.  Seconded to Civil Emply as Ass. Commdt. Mil. Police, Chin Hills 21.4.1914.  Commdt. 9.14.  -  27.6.16  -  invalided home June 1916 to Aug. 1917.  Returned to Burma Oct. 1917.  Invalided  home Jan. 1918.  Nov. 1919 to March 1920 2/ic  54 Sikhs, 30th Bde.  10th Div.  Army of Black Sea March-Nov  1920.  M.I.D. (L/G 16.1.1921).  Back to India 27.1.1921.    Deputy Inspector General Burma Military Police, having acted as Commdt of unit during Burma Revolt  1930-32.  Retired to Devon in 1935.  Appointed Deputy Lieutenant of County 2.2.1942.  Resigned 11.12.1947.  Served as a Group and Zone Commander in the Home Guard 1940-45.  Died 8.2.1968.  No entitlement to W.W.1.  Medals.
  C.B.E.  -  L/G 3-6-1932  -  Lt. Col. A. Lethbridge, Indian Army.  Deputy Inspector General of Military  Police, Burma. (NEF)  £1250


882.  Group of Ten
Order of the British Empire - Commander  (C.B.E.)  2nd type - Military.
N.G.S.  1 Bar Persian Gulf 1909-1914.  Payr.  B. Carter.  R.N.  HMS Swiftsure. 
1914-15 Star.  Asst. Payr.  B. Carter  R.N.
B.W.M. and Victory.  Payr.  Lt. Cdr. B. Carter.  R.N.
1939-45 and Africa Stars.
Defence and War Medals.
Silver Jubilee Medal 1935.
C.B.E.  -  L/G 11-6-1942  -  “Paymaster Captain Bernard Carter.  Royal Navy (retired) Sold with copy papers covering career from 1902 to 1923.  Mounted as worn.  (GVF/NEF)  £1325
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884.  Group of Four
Order of the British Empire.  Officer  (O.B.E.)  1st type Military.
1914-15 Star.  Lieut. W.A. Young  R.E.
B.W.M. and Victory  (M.I.D.)
    O.B.E. - L/G 3-6-1919  - T/Capt. W.A. Young  R.E.- Two - L/G 20-7-1917 (T/Lieut.  R.E.) and L/G 3-6-1919  (T/Capt. R.E.) (NEF)  £515
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886.  Group of Three
Order of the British Empire  -  Officer  (O.B.E.)  2nd type.  Civil.
G.S.M.  1 Bar Malaya.  Eliz. 11.  Lieut. B.D. Fairgrieve.  R.A.M.C.
National Service Medal 1939-1960  Un-named.
O.B.E. - L/G 14-6-1986  -  “Brian David Fairgrieve.  D.L.  For service to the Scout Association in Blair Atholl.  Tayside.”
    Sold with copy of L/G dated 8-10-1957 containing the following entry  -  “The under mentioned Capts from  Res of Offrs Nat. Serv. List to be Capts., 10th Sept 1957 retaining their present seniority:-  Brian David Fairgrieve  M.B.  (421334)”   Also included are a set of three miniatures, mounted as worn. (EF)  £350


887.  Group of Seven
Order of the British Empire - Officer  O.B.E.  2nd type.  Civil.
1914-15 Trio.  Cpl. J.P. Morrison  A.S.C.  (Pte on Star)
Coronation Medal 1937.
Coronation Medal 1953. 
Meritorious Service Medal  (M.S.M.)  Geo. V.  1st type.  Cpl. J.P. Morrison.  R.A.S.C.  (L/G 18-1-1919)
   The roll for the 1953 Coronation Medal lists “J.P. Morrison O.B.E. Town Clerk Paisley.”  Mounted as worn  (NEF)  £575
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888.  Group of Four
  Order of the British Empire - Member  (M.B.E.)  2nd type - Civil.
  1914-15 Trio.  A.K.A. Lockie.  A.B.  R.N.V.R.
   M.B.E. - L/G 1-1-1962  -  “A.K.A. Lockie Esq.  Head of Plumberwork Section, Ship Drawing Officer,  Alexander Stephen and Sons Ltd., Glasgow.
   Sold with copy of “In-House” magazine reporting award and giving career details, various photographs, and  M.B.E. in case of issue.  (EF)  £435
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889.  Group of Two
  Order of the British Empire  -  Officer.  (O.B.E.)  Second type - Civil.  -  Ladies issue in Royal Mint case.
  Defence Medal.
   Sold with original award parchment for the O.B.E. named to Miss Katherine Jane Inglis.  L/G 1-1-1957  -  “Miss K.J. Inglis, Honorary Secretary for Women’s Work, The Church Army”.  (NEF)  £245


890.  Group of Six
  Order of the British Empire  (O.B.E.)  2nd type.  Civil.
  1914-15 Trio.  Lieut. F.H. Austen  R.N.
  Coronation Medal 1953.
  Portugal  -  Military Order of Avis - Chevalier.  (L/G 4-2-1921)
O.B.E. - L/G 1-1-1948 - “Commander F.H. Austen  R.N. (Retired).  Commandant, Home Office Civil  Defence School, Easingwold”.   Mounted as worn.  (NEF)  £1150
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891.  Group of Seven
Order of the British Empire - Member - 2nd type.  Military.  (M.B.E.)
1939-45 and Burma Stars.
Defence and War Medals.
G.S.M.  1 Bar Malaya.  Eliz. 11.  2nd type.  W.O. Cl. 1.  C. Blair  M.B.E.  R.A.S.C.
L.S.G.C. “Regular Army”  Eliz. 11.  1st type.  W.O. Cl. 1.  C. Blair  M.B.E.  R.A.S.C.
M.B.E.  -  L/G 7-6-1951  -  “Warrant Officer Blair has been employed in A.G.8. Since 1 April 1946, and has given outstanding service throughout this period.  During the last year in particular he has been subjected to quite abnormal conditions, all of which he has overcome in the most exemplary manner.  Owing to reductions in staff, the clerical work of the branch has frequently been at breaking point, but on each occasion by his own personal example, initiative, and untiring work, W.O. Blair has averted a crisis. He has been fighting personal ill-health or illness in his family throughout this period, and has been uncomplaining and cheerful, and the requirements of the service have always been put before his own personal problems, acute though they have been. To weld into a happy and hardworking team a mixed staff of military and civil servants, many of whom are  over 60, is a remarkable achievement, which reflects the greatest credit on such a young warrant officer.  W.O. Blair was most highly recommended for the award of a M.B.E. in the New Year’s Honours List 1950, in view of his outstanding service over many years, the extremely difficult circumstances under which he fulfilled his task as chief clerk, A.G.8., up to August 1949, and the success with which he had welded into a happy and hardworking team the mixed staff of military and civilian clerks comprising the establishment of A.G.8.”Mounted as worn.  (NEF)  £650
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892.  Group of Six
  Order of the British Empire  -  Member.  (M.B.E.)  1st type.  Military  (L/G 11-6-1919 - Paymaster Sub-Lieut.  D.W. Abbey.  R.N.)
  1914-15 Trio.  (M.I.D.)  Payr. S. Lt. D.W. Abbey.  R.N.  (Clk.  R.N. on Star)
Defence and War Medals.
   M.B.E. recommendation  -  “Has carried out the exceptionally arduous and responsible duties of Secretary to  Capt (D) 3rd and 21st flotilla’s  -  Captain’s Clerk of Depot Ship of 3rd.  and 21st flotillas under most difficult  circumstances in an exceptionally efficient and capable manner with exceptional ability.  I cannot speak too highly of this Officer’s services which have contributed to a large extent to the efficiency of the attached flotillas.  This Officer has worked indefatigably at all times an is in all respects loyal, trustworthy and conscientious.  Further, during the time this officer served as my Secretary with the convoy flotillas in “leander”, his services  were invaluable to me, and were carried out in the same exceptionally efficient manner stated above.  I consider this case deserving of special recognition”.  M.I.D. - L/G 14-3-1919.  Mounted as worn (wrong order!)   (NEF)  £435


893.  Group of Four
  Order of the British Empire  -  Member  (M.B.E.)  1st type  (L/G 7-6-1918 - Chief Carpenter J.G. Rogers.  R.N.)
  1914-15 Star.  Ch. Carp.  J.G. Rogers.  R.N.
  B.W.M. and Victory.  Shpt. Lieut. J.G. Rogers.  R.N.
   M.B.E.  -  “For valuable services in structural repairs to damaged destroyers at Harwich”  Commissioned  1-10-1914.  Shipwright Lieut.  13-9-1918.  Shipwright Lieut-Commander 13-9-1916.  Copy papers.   (NEF)  £495


894.  Group of Three
  Order of the British Empire  -  Member  (M.B.E.)  1st type.  Military.
  B.W.M. and Victory.  Lieut. W. Pollock.
  M.B.E. - L/G 12.12.1919.  T/Lt.  Douglas Warren Pollock.  R.E. Mounted as worn. (NEF)  £550


895.  Group of Four
Most Excellent Order of the British Empire - Member (M.B.E.)  1st type - Civil.
Defence Medal.
Coronation Medal 1937
Voluntary Medical Service Medal - with three extra service bars.  Mary J. Drummond.
M.B.E. - L/G 30-3-1920  -  “Divisional Secretary, Greenwich and Woolwich Division, B.R.C.S.”
   Recipient assisted in training recruits for V.A.D. from August 1914 to July 1915 and from July 1915 to May  1917 was part time V.A.D. in Southwood Red Cross Hospital, and later became Divisional Secretary.  She was  awarded her V.M.S. medal in 1932 &gained the last of her bars in 1940 at the age of 71.  Mounted for wear. (NEF)  £395


896.  Group of Four
  Order of the British Empire - Member.  (M.B.E.)  2nd type Military.
  Defence and War Medals.
  G.S.M.  1 Bar Malaya.  Geo. V1.  Major J.C. Flitch.  R.A.D.C.
   M.B.E.  -  L/G 30-10-1953.  O/C 902 Army Dental Centre, Singapore.  -  “Throughout the period covered by  this citation Major Flitch has had the dental care of all ranks of GHQ Farelf, among other units.  His professional work has constantly been of the very highest quality and has earned the unstinted praise not only of patients but also of inspecting dental officers.  Major Flitch has shown a zeal, steadfastness, and devotion to duty, which have  been a great inspiration to all those with whom he has come in contact”. Lt. Colonel 15-3-1958.  Retired 25-11-1963.   Mounted as worn.   (NEF)  £625


897.  Group of Two
  Order of the British Empire - Member  (M.B.E.  2nd type.  (L/G 1-1-1943 - Capt. Henry Frederick Sears.  London  Home Guard)
Defence Medal.
   Recommendation  -  “Captain H.F. Sears has been serving with the Home Guards since its inception.  He has  given the whole of his spare time to Home Guard duties and has attended every possible course of instruction.  The knowledge he has gained has been disseminated with great benefit to the men of his unit and his example and devotion to duty have been of the highest standard.  He thoroughly deserves any recognition that it is possible to give him.” Sold with the original award parchment for the M.B.E. named to recipient.   (NEF)  £345


898.  Group of Six
  M.B.E. - 2nd type - Military.
  B.W.M.  H. Richardson.  A.M.2.  R.N.A.S.  (The “A.S.” of “R.N.A.S.” has been removed)     Defence and War Medals.
  Coronation Medal 1953  )Verified - Flt. Lt. H. Richardson.  R.A.F. Cardington)   
  R.A.F.  LSGC  Geo. V.  Cpl. H. Richardson  R.A.F. 
   M.B.E. - L/G 13-6-1959  Flt. Lt. R.A.F.)   Recipient was commissioned A/Pilot Officer in the Technical Branch  per L/G 28-10-1941 with seniority dating from 11-8-1941, and was promoted Flight Lieut. W.E.F. 1-9-1945.  He retired circa 1959-1960.  An interesting group to a long serving member of the R.A.F.  Mounted as worn.  (NEF)  £550
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899.  Group of Three
Royal Red Cross.  Second class  (A.R.R.C.)  Geo. V.
B.W.M. and Victory.  Sister L.E. Allee  (T.F.N.S.)
  A.R.R.C.  -  L/G 3-6-1916. Mounted for display. (NEF)  £625
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900.  Group of Four
  Royal Red Cross.  Second Class.  (A.R.R.C.)  Geo. V.
  1914-15 Star.  S/Nurse H. Baumann.  S.A.M.N.S.
  B.W.M. and Victory.  N/Sister H. Baumann.
A.R.R.C.  -  L/G 1-1-1918.
Sold with a copy of a report on the work of the South African Military Nursing Service in France.  (NEF)  £895



902.  Group  of Three
  Military Cross  (M.C.)  Geo. V.
  B.W.M. and Victory.  Capt. L.M. Bayly  (R. Irish Rifles)
  M.C. - L/G 16-9-1918  -  Lt. (A/Capt. L.M. Bayly.  R. Ir. Rif.  Spec. Res.  -  “For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty.  He commanded a company through a weeks heavy fighting, taking part in rearguard actions and counter-attacks, in which he set a fine example.  On one occasion he carried a Lewis gun the whole of a long march. Recipient died of wounds on 22-10-1918 and is buried in Duhallow A.D.S. Cemetery, Ypres.  (EF)  £2050
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903.  Group of Three
  Military Cross.  (M.C.)  Geo. V.
  B.W.M. and Victory.  Major T.C. Parsons.  (E. Lanc. Regt.)
M. - L/G 1.1.1918.  Sold with M.I.C. which shows no  entitlement to Star.  Mounted as worn.   (NEF)  £1195


904.  Group of Four
  Military Cross  (M.C.)  Geo. V.  1914-15 Star.  Sgt. W.H. Parker.  Manchester R.
  B.W.M. and Victory.  2/Lieut W.H. Parker 
  L/G 26-7-1918  -  T/2nd Lieut. W.H. Parker.  Worcester Regt.  - “ For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to  duty throughout long operations.  When his Company Commander was killed, he assumed command and maintained  his position, covering the withdrawal of troops of other units with great courage and skill, inflicting heavy  casualties on the advancing enemy”
   This action took place at Morchies on 21/25-3-1918.  Sold with M.I.C. which confirms service in both the  Manchester and Worcester Regiments.  (NEF)  £1795



906.  Group of Six
  Military Cross  (M.C.)  Geo. V.
1914-15 Star.  Pte. W.A. Ward.  15-London R.  (Civil Service Rifles)
B.W.M. and Victory.  Capt. W.A. Ward.
Coronation Medal 1953
Efficiency Medal - Top bar “Malaya” Geo. V1.  -  with two extra service bars.  Sgt. W.A. Ward.  M.C.  F.M.S.V.F.
Military Cross  -  L/G 1-1-1919  -  Lt. (A/Capt) Wilfred Arthur Ward.  Lan. Fus., Spec. Res., & 60th Bn. M.G.C.
  Recipient was born in 1892 and entered the Colonial Service in 1920.  He was appointed District Officer Port  Dickson in 1925 and Under-secretary, Singapore in 1940.  He was interned by the Japanese from 1942 to 1945, and  in 1946 was appointed Resident Commissioner, Selangor, Federation of Malaya.  In 1948 he was appointed Commissioner for Malaya in the United Kingdom - a post he held until his retirement in 1953.  Sold with the medals are original letters of appreciation etc., sent to recipient around the time of his retirement,  two from the Rt. Hon. Malcolm MacDonald, Commissioner General for the U.K. in South-East Asia, two from Field Marshall Sir Gerald Templer, High Commissioner for the Federation of Malaya, and one from Sir John Nicoll, Governor and C. in C. Singapore.  Also included is recipient’s internment (P.O.W.) number badge, and his medal ribbon bar, and four original photographs - one of which is of him in his Resident Commissioners uniform  and wearing his medals.  His son was a member of the Everest party that scaled the mountain for the first time  in 1953.. Also entitled to the C.M.G.  (Awarded 1948).  Mounted as worn.  (NEF)  £4925
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907.  Group of Five
  Military Cross  (M.C.)  Geo. V.
  1914-15 Trio (M.I.D.)  Capt. J.D. Standen  1/10/Jats.
  I.G.S.  1 Bar Waziristan 1921-24.  Capt. J.D. Standen  2-9 Jat R.
   Recipient was shot dead on 22-12-1923 at Jandola, Waziristan by a Sepoy who ran amok  He was aged 35 and was educated at Elizabeth College, Guernsey.  He saw service during the W.W.1. In the Tochi on the N.W. Frontier  of India, in Mesopotamia, at Salonika, on the Black Sea, and in Asia Minor.  He was awarded the M.C. on 31-10-1920 during the Turkish War of Independence and was twice mentioned  in despatches - 9-3-1919 and 31-10-1920.  Sold with two original M.I.D. certificates, newspaper cuttings referring  to his death and copy head and shoulders photographs.   (NEF)  £3225
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908.  Group of Six
  Military Cross  (M.C.)  Eliz. 11.  Dated 1953.
  Queens Korea (Canadian issue)  H.R. Gardner.
  Canadian Volunteer Service Medal for Korea.  Un-named as issued.
  Special Service Medal.  Bar NATO + OTAN.  Un-named as issued.
  U.N. Korea.  H.R. Gardner.
  Canadian Forces Decoration.  Eliz. 11  -  with two extra service bars.  Major H.R. Gardner.
   M.C.  -  Lieut. H.R. Gardner.  The Royal Canadian Regt.  -  “at 03.30 hrs on the night of 23/24 Sept 1952  a patrol composed of Lt. Gardner, two corporals and three privates left a forward defended locality of the Royal  Canadian Regt with orders to go to a known enemy area and to sieze a prisoner.  The patrol moved parallel to enemy-held positions, and at 06.00 hrs. reached a spot near the objective where a firm base of a corporal and two private soldiers was established.  Lt. Gardner with Cpl. Fowler and one private soldier advanced to the objective, an enemy bunker, which proved to be unoccupied.  Lt. Gardner, who was determined to take his prisoner, decided  to make a further advance to an enemy communication trench.  This entailed a move across one hundred and fifty yards of open ground dominated by enemy occupied hills.  Leaving the private soldier at the bunker to cover them, Lt. Gardner and Cpl. Fowler, walking slowly in order not to attract attention moved to the communication  trench where they took cover.  They were now seventy-five yard from a group of enemy around a field kitchen.  No sooner were they in position than an enemy soldier passed, but they took no action as he was out of reach.  Lt. Gardner then noticed in the trench a signal line which with Cpl. Fowler’s assistance he broke.  Within five minutes a Chinese soldier came running down towards the kitchen making a quick check of the wire.  After greeting his comrades at the kitchen he returned closely following the line until he reached the break at the hiding place of Lt. Gardner and the Corporal.  This officer struck the Chinese soldier, and with the N.C.O’s  assistance, pinned him to the ground.  There was a fierce struggle during which the Chinese continued to cry  out loudly.  By the time hehad been overpowered and got to his feet, his comrades from the field kitchen were
  within thirty yard and had opened fire.  They were halted and sent to ground by fire from Lt. Gardner’s weapon  as Cpl. Fowler got the prisoner moving towards our lines.  By this time the fire of automatic weapons from the  surrounding hills had been added to that of the pursuing Chinese, but, by skilful use of ground, Lt. Gardner was  able to guide Cpl. Fowler safely to the firm base party and thence to our lines.  As they neared our lines he thought the firm base party were in difficulties and returned to help them.  Fortunately they were not in trouble.
  This officer’s daring and skilful leadership, superb coolness in the face of the enemy and utter disregard of his personal safety enabled a bold plan to be carried out with complete success and without casualties.  This  courageous officer’s determination to carry out his orders in spite of difficulty and danger is an example to all  members of his regiment.”
   Lt. Gardner was twice wounded in Korea  - first during a Chinese assault on Hills 163 on the night of 25/26  March 1952 and again during the epic Battle of Kowang-San on 22-24 October 1952.  He served in Korea from  10-4-1952 to 30-3-1953.  Born 19-7-1927.  Died 26-1-2013.
Sold with original commissioning certificate dated 1st October 1950.  Medals mounted for display.    (NEF)  £10,950
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The Royal Canadian Regiment web site

The Royal Canadian Regiment Military Cross for Korea

A forgotten hill in Korea…….



910.  Group of Seven
Distinguished Flying Cross  (D.F.C.)  Dated 1942
Distinguished Flying Medal  (D.F.M.)  Sgt. R. Lambert  R.A.F.
1939-45 and Air Crew Europe Stars.
Defence and War Medals.
Coronation Medal 1953.
  D.F.M.  -  L/G 30-7-1940 - No. 115 Sqn. R.A.F. Marham.  (Wellington Bombers)  “This airman has been  continuously engaged as Air Observer on operational flying since the beginning of the war, his own personal record being 5 long sweeps and 18 bombing operations.  At all times he has displayed a very high standard of  enthusiasm and an indefatigable devotion to duty under the most trying conditions when in action, while his unfailing cheerfulness during long periods of standing by and particularly when preparing for operations, have been of the greatest value in sustaining the high state of morale in his flight.  In particular his sound navigation and backing of his Captain and Section Leader at the time, was largely responsible for enabling the Section to  make successful dawn and twilight attacks, without loss, on Stavanger Aerodrome, on 14th April and 30th April,1940, respectively.
Since the death in action of the remainder of his crew, he has taken over the duties of Navigator to his Flight  Commander with undiminished cheerfulness and enthusiasm and continued to set the finest example to all ranks.  The efficiency and imperturbability of this N.C.O. have undoubtedly been of the utmost value to his unit.  He possesses a temperament which makes him ideally suited for employment in a heavy bomber squadron where his  determination, courage and thoroughness have been well tested”.  Sgt. Lambert went on to complete 35 operational sorties with 115 squadron, of which 12 out of the last 15 were over the Ruhr area. 
D.F.C.  -  L/G 26-5-1943  -  Warrant Officer - No. 15 Sqn. RAF Wyton (Stirling Bombers)  “This Warrant Officer has taken his place as Air Observer on fifty-six operations during his two tours, which included several attacks  on such heavily defended targets as Berlin, Wilhelmshaven, and the Ruhr.  At all times his Captain has spoken most  highly of his ability as a Navigator, and his coolness and efficiency as a Bomb Aimer in the face of the heaviest defences.  I consider him to be one of the very best Observers in this squadron, who by his coolness and enthusiasm  acts as a most excellent example to everyone, and most strongly recommend him for the award of the Distinguished  Flying Cross.  W/O Lambert carried out a further 3 operational sorties up to 12-4-1942 with No. 15 squadron, making a total of 59 ops up to that date.
Recipient was born 9-11-1905 and was first commissioned on 1-12-1942 and was discharged as a Flight  Lieutenant some time after the war.  He rejoined the RAF on 13-1-1953 and was appointed to a permanent commission  in the Technical Branch with the rank of Flight Lieutenant.  He retired on 31-12-1960, and his last appointment was  that of Station Armament Officer at RAF Chivenor.  His wife whom he married in 1947 was a Section Officer in  the W.A.A.F.  Flt. Lt. Lambert died on 11-12-1984. Sold with two commissioning parchments dated 19-1-1943 (Pilot Officer) and 21-7-1953 (Flt. Lt.), and his wife’s  commissioning parchment dated 16-3-1943 (Assistant Section Officer).  Also included are details of his operational  sorties with both squadrons (E.G. 12-12-1941 - “Aircraft hit by flak in both main-planes.  Held by searchlights for  three minutes”, and 226-1-1942 - flak intense and A/C hit”), a newspaper cutting from the “Salford City Reporter”
  detailing the award of the D.F.C., and a scrap book compiled by his wife containing various letters, newspaper  cuttings etc..  This includes letter appointing Flt. Lt. Lambert to a permanent commission (1953), Air Ministry letters concerning his impending retirement (1960), the covering document for the award of the Coronation Medal (1953), and letter of thanks from H.M. the Queen for his long and valuable services (1960).  Also included is a newspaper  photograph of his wedding and another photograph and article recording his retirement.  There is also a letter to his wife from the Air Ministry, dated 19-2-1943 confirming appointment to commission in the W.A.A.F. and  a letter to her signed by Wg. Cdr. H.I. Edwards VC. DSO. DFC. thanking her for her activities in the Officer’s  Mess and with the Station Concert Party overt Christmas and the New Year (9-1-1944 - RAF Binbrook)  A fine wartime record for someone who was not a young man by R.A.F. Aircrew standards in W.W.2.   (NEF)  £7750
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911.  Group of Six
Distinguished Flying Cross  (D.F.C.)  Dated 1945.  Reverse engraved “F/O Ronald Bound.”
I.G.S.  1 Bar NWF 1936-37.  A.C.I.  R. Bound.  R.A.F.
1939-45 Star. 
Air Crew Europe Star (Bar - France & Germany).
Defence and War Medals.
D.F.C.  -  L/G 17.4.1945  -  “Plt. Off. Bound has completed his second tour with a further 20 operations to his credit totalling 92.10 hours, making a grand total of 50 operations totalling 277.20 hours.
    In the course of his second tour he has attacked a number of heavily defended targets such as Duisburg,  Steakrade, Esse, and Bochum.  This officer has displayed a high standard of technical ability throughout his tour.  The successful  completion of many of his crew’s operations are due to a large extent to his initiative and resourcefulness  combined with a confident and cheerful manner, which have had a splendid effect on the morale of his crew  and which have been a fine example to his fellows both in the air and on the ground.  He has at all times displayed  great presence of mind and determination”.  His station commander wrote - “This enthusiastic and efficient flight engineer has maintained a high  standard of work throughout two operational tours in Bomber Command.  His valuable aid and experience as  a flight engineer has not only helped to maintain a high standard of morale in his crew, but has contributed in  no small manner to the many successful attacks carried out against the enemy.”   Sold with flying log book which lists operational flying with 78 Squadron from Oct 1942 to Feb. 194(Genoa,  Hamburg, Turin, Berlin, Dusseldorf, Cologne, Wilhelmshaven, etc.).  35 Squadron P.F.F. from March 1943  to June 1943 (Duisberg, Berlin, Pilsen, Munster, etc.), and 578 Squadron from August 1944 to December 1944  (Bochum, Essen, Cologne etc.).   Also included is the forwarding letter from Buckingham Palace enclosing  the D.F.C. Mounted for display. (NEF)  £3375


912.  Group of Three
  Distinguished Conduct Medal (D.C.M.)  Geo. V.  Pte. G. Lowe.  1/Gordon Highrs.
  B.W.M. and Victory.  Pte. G. Lowe.  Gordons.
  L/G 11-3-1920 - “he has served with the Battalion since October 1915, in which he has carried out the duties of stretcher bearer.  In a recent action two stretcher-bearers were killed and two wounded in this Battalion, but  he continued his work untiringly in the face of the heaviest shell and machine-gun fire.  He has at all times set an  example of courage and self-sacrifice”. (NVF) £1265
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915.  Group of Four
Distinguished Conduct Medal  (D.C.M.)  Geo. V.  Pte-A/Sgt. J. Hockley.  M.T. - A.S.C 
1914 Star Trio.  Sgt. J. Hockley  A.S.C.  (Pte on Star)
-  L/G 21-10-1918  -  “For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty.  As Transport Sergeant carried out his work with the most exceptional ability and zeal.  In the execution of his duty he was constantly  exposed to heavy shell fire, but always completed his task in spite of all difficulties”. (NEF)  £1550



917.  Group of Two
Distinguished Conduct Medal  (D.C.M.)  Geo. V.  C.S. Mjr.J.W. Mann.  2/K.O.S.B
1914 Star and Bar.  Sgt. J. Mann.  K.O. Sco. Bord.
Memorial Plaque John Mann.
    Recipient D.O.W., aged 34 on 11-6-1915, and is buried in Dickebusch New Military Cemetery.  D.C.M.-L/G 3-6-1915 - “For gallantry, initiative, and coolness on the 18th April 1950 at Hill 60, when he handled  his men with great ability at a critical time during the fighting for possession of the hill”. (NEF)  £1650
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918.  Group of Four
  Distinguished Conduct Medal  (D.C.M.)  Geo. V.  Sgt. A. Wyer.  1/R. Innis Fus.
  1914 Star Trio.  Sgt. R. Wyer.  A.S.C.  (Pte on Star)
-  L/G 12-3-1919  -  “For conspicuous gallantry and initiative in the attack  near Spriete on the 19th of October 1918.  He behaved in a most inspiring manner throughout the days operations. His company was left with only one officer, and he took over command of the left half company and ably led his men to their objective in the face of many obstacles and under heavy machine-gun fire. The services rendered by him at a critical period of  the operations were of great value, and he showed marked courage and powers of organisation.”  Resided in  Nottingham. (NEF)  £1395


919.  Group of Four
  Distinguished Conduct Medal.  (D.C.M.)  Geo. V.  Sgt. S.W. Mackrill. R.F.A.
  1914-15 Trio.  B.Q.M. Sgt. S.W. Mackrill  R.A.  (Sgt. R.F.A. on Star)
    D.C.M.  -  L/G 17-9-1917  -  “For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty in proceeding at imminent  risk of his life to the rescue of comrades who had been wounded and buried by hostile shell fire in a wrecked  shelter.  He dressed the wounded, under heavy shell fire the whole time, during which he and men who were  helping him in his gallant work improvised a stretcher and got the casualties away from the position.”  (Attd  C/293 Bde.  T.F.).   Mounted for wear.    (NEF)  £1295


920.  Group of Seven
  Distinguished Conduct Medal  (D.C.M.)  Geo. V1.  A/Cpl. R.D. Hutchinson.  Black Watch.
  1939-45, Africa, Italy, and France & Germany Stars.    Defence Medal.    War Medal.

  D.C.M.  -  L/G 23-9-1943  -  “During the night advance on Gerbini on 19 July 1943, “C” Coy was ordered to take up a position astride the cross-roads at Crocirta Jannarello.  When the leading platoon was nearing the  objective it came under heavy fire from the front, and was pinned to the ground.  It was therefore necessary for the two remaining platoons to work round and attack the enemy position from a flank.  The way was however, barred by a German S.P. gun which started firing at the Coy, at point blank range.
Cpl. Hutchinson, realising that the success of the operation depended on the elimination of this gun
  immediately went forward alone, under very heavy fire, particularly from another A.F.V. from a flank.  He  worked his way right up to the gun, which was being fired on by our own troops, and succeeded in throwing a  grenade inside from a few feet. The burst hit and disabled the gun, and caused the gun crew to jump out, where they were dealt with by the L.M.Gs of the Coy.
   The silencing of this gun was a determining factor in the success of this operation.  The initiative, courage,  and determination of Cpl. Hutchinson then, and during the rest of the operation, were of the very highest degree,  and an inspiration to all around him.”  Mounted as worn.  (NEF)  £5750 


921.  Group of Three
  Distinguished Service Medal.  (D.S.M.)  Geo. V.  A. McIver  Lg. Sean.  R.N.R.  Ocean Retriever.  Aux. Patrol  1915-6.
  B.W.M. and Victory.  A. McIver  L.S.  R.N.R.
   D.S.M.  -  L/G 14-7-1916.  (NEF)  £985 


922.  Group of Three
  Distinguished Service Medal  (D.S.M.)  Geo. V.  P.J.L. Day.  Dk. Hd.  R.N.R.  “Tarantella” minesweeping  18th Oct. - 18 Nov. ‘18
  B.W.M. and Victory.  P.J.L. Day.  D.H.  R.N.R.
   D.S.M.  -  L/G 14-2-1919  -  In recognition of services in minesweeping operations off the Belgian coast  including the minefields off the ports of Ostend and Zeebrugge.    (NEF)  £995


923.  Group of Two
  Distinguished Service Medal  (D.S.M.  Geo. V.  F. Rendall.  C.E.R.A.  1. Cl.  HMS Orion.  31 May-1 June 1916.
  R.N.  LSGC  Geo. V.  1st type.  Frederick Rendall  C.E.R.A.  2. Cl.  HMS Bristol.
D.S.M. - L/G 15-9-1916.  Battle of Jutland Award.    (NEF)  £1350


924.  Group of Three
  Distinguished Service Medal  (D.S.M.)  Geo. V.  T. Fowler.  E.R.A.  4th Cl.  “Grasshopper”  1918
  B.W.M. and Victory.  L. Fowler.  E.R.A. 3.  R.N.
   L/G 11-12-1918.  HMS “Grasshopper” was a small destroyer of 923 tons, launched in 1909”
   Sold with copy papers which record that recipient was “sentenced 24 Oct ‘18, Chester Assizes to 3 months  imprisonment without hard labour.  (Attempted murder).  (GVF)  £1250


925.  Group of Three
  Distinguished Service Medal  (D.S.M.)  Geo. V.  A.E.C. Thomas.  C.E.R.A.  Heligoland Bight 17th Nov. 1917.
  1914-15 Star.  A.E.C. Thomas.  E.R.A.3.  R.N.  Victory.  Art. Eng.  A.E.C. Thomas.  R.N.
   Recipient was appointed Artificer Engineer on 1-6-1918, and promoted Commissioned Engineer on  1-6-1928.  Sold with “other ranks” copy papers.    (NEF)  £1085


926.  Group of Seven
Distinguished Service Medal (D.S.M.)  Geo.  V1.  G.E. Shepherd.  L/Smn.  R.N.R.  Sept. 1942
1939-45, Atlantic (France and Germany), and Burma (Pacific) Stars.
Defence and War Medals.
  R.N.R.  LSGC  Geo. V1.  2nd type.  G.E. Shepherd.  Smn.  R.N.R.
D.S.M.  -  L/G 16.2.1943  -  “For fortitude, seamanship and endurance in taking merchantmen and Royal  Fleet auxiliaries to North Russia through heavy seas and in the face of many attacks by enemy aircraft and  submarines”.   Recipient ws serving aboard S.S. Empire Tristram.    Mounted as worn. (NEF)  £1875


927.  Group of Two
  Indian Distinguished Service Medal  (I.D.S.M.)  Geo. V.  Subadar Hanumantu.  13 Coy.  2nd Q.V.O.  S. & M.  -  For Mesopotamia (per 1388/1916).  Also M.I.D. - 1241 1916.
    Sold with recipient’s Silver Tiber 1903-4 Medal.  (No Bar), named Havdr. Hainumantu.  12 Coy.  2nd Q.O. S. & M  Enlisted 1-5-1899.  Jemadar 7-7-1914.   (NEF)  £1295


928.  Group of Three
  Military Medal  (M.M.)  Geo. V.  Pte. R.W. Taylor.  2/Worcester R.
  B.W.M. and Victory.  Pte. R.W. Taylor.  Worcester R. Mounted as worn. (NEF)  £595
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929.  Group of Four
  Military Medal  (M.M.)  Geo. V.  Pte. A. Brown.  8/Seaforth Highrs.
  1914-15 Trio.  Pte. A. Brown.  Seaforth Highrs.  (VF)  £560


930.  Group of Three
  Military Medal  (M.M.)  Geo. V.  Pte. J. Burns.  12/R. Scots Fus.
  B.W.M. and Victory.  Pte. J. Burns.  R.S. Fus.
   Sold with newspaper photograph of recipient, which lists him as serving with the Lanarkshire Yeomanry.  The 12th Bn was formed in Egypt from the Ayrshire and Lanarkshire Yeomanry Regiments on 14-1-1917.  M.I.C. confirm no entitlement to Star.   (NEF)  £485


931.  Group of Two
  Military Medal  (M.M.)  Geo. V.  Cpl. C.A. Hay.  1/1 D. of Lanc. Yeomanry.
  T.F.E.M.  Geo. V.  Cpl. C. Hay.  D. of Lanc. O. Yeomanry.    (NEF)  £925


932.  Group of Three
  Military Medal  (M.M.)  Geo. V.  Pte. L. Harris.  7/Rifle Bde.
  1914-15 Star and Victory Medal  (B.W.M. missing)  Cpl. L. Harris.  Rifle Bde.
    Sold with original W.W.2. National Registration Identity Card containing photograph of recipient, and  replacement discharge certificate (W.W.1.), dated 2-11-1939.   (NEF)  £425


933.  Group of Three.    (M.M.)  Geo. V.  Cpl. R. Wallace  11/R. Scots.
  B.W.M. and Victory.  Pte. R. Wallace  R. Scots.   Mounted as worn.    (GVF)  £500


934.  Group of Four
  Military Medal  (M.M.)  Geo. V.  Pte. A. Rowland.  A.S.C.
  1914-15 Trio.  Pte. A. Rowland.  A.S.C.
M.M. -  L/G 19.3.1918.    Resided in Stockport.   (NEF)  £480


935.  Group of Three
  Military Medal  (M.M.)  Geo. V.  Sgt. E.S. Straw.  10/R. Fusiliers.   (NEF)  £625
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936.  Group of Four
Military Medal  (M.M.)  Geo. V.  Bmbr. A.D. Turner.  H.Q. 72/Bde.  R.F.A.
1914-15 Trio.  Cpl. A.D. Turner  R.A.  (Gnr.  R.F.A. on Star)  (NEF)  £460


937.  Group of Three
  Military Medal  (M.M.)  Geo. V.  Gnr. A. Bennett.  310/Sge. By.  R.G.A.
  B.W.M. and Victory.  Gnr. A. Bennett.  R.A.  M.M. - L/G 16-8-1917.  Not entitled to Star.   (NEF)  £445


938.  Group of Three
  Military Medal  (M.M.)  Geo. V.  Pte. J. Webster.  5/6 Scottish Rifles.
  B.W.M. and Victory.  Pte. J. Webster.  Sco. Rif.  (VF)  £465
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939.  Group of Three
  Military Medal  (M.M.)  Geo. V.  Gnr. S.J. Binks.  180/Bde.  R.F.A.
  B.W.M. and Victory.  Gnr. S.J. Binks  R.A.
M.M. - L/G 14-9-1916.  Sold with M.I.C. which shows no entitlement to Star. (GVF)  £385
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940.  Group of Six
Military Medal  (M.M.)  Geo. V.  -  with Second Award Bar  Pte. A. Charlton  19/F.A.  R.A.M.C.
Order of St. John - Serving Brother.
1914-15 Trio.  Pte. A. Charlton.  R.A.M.C.
  S.J.A.B. Long Service - with three extra service bars.  Cpl. A. Charlton M.M.  L. Hulton Dvn.  Ellse No. 4 Dist.  S.J.A.B. 1924.  (GVF)  £1550


941.  Group of Three
  Military Medal  (M M)  Geo. V.  Gnr. A. Bennett.  310/Sge. Bty.  R.G.A.
  B.W.M. and Victory.  Gnr.  A. Bennett.  R.A.
M.M. - L/G 16-8-1917.  Sold with M.I.C. which shows no entitlement to Star. (NEF) £445
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942.  Group of Four
  Military Medal  (M.M.)  Geo. V.  Cpl. I.A.. Joy.  1/R. Sco. Fus.
  1914-15 Trio.  Cpl. I.A. Joy  R.S. Fus.  (Pte on Star)  Somewhat polished.  Mounted for display.  (VF)  £645


944.  Group of Three
  Military Medal  (M.M.)  Geo. V.  Cpl. E.G. Warner.  1/Middlesex R.
  B.W.M. and Victory.  Sgt. E.G. Warner.  Middlesex R.    Mounted for wear.  (NEF)  £555



946.  Group of Four
  Military Medal  (M.M.)  Geo. V.  Pte. R. McCulloch  1/R. Highlanders.
  1914-15 Trio.  Pte. R. McCulloch.  R. Highrs.  Recipient D.O.W. on 6-9-1918 serving with the 1st Bn.   (VF)  £925


947.  Group of Four
  Military Medal  (M.M.)  Geo. V.  Sgt. C.E. Lowe.  2/West Riding Field Coy.  R.E.  -  T.F.
  1914-15 Trio.  Sgt. C.E. Lowe.  R.E.  (L/Cpl. on Star)
   Recipient was K.I.A., on 20-9-1916.  He resided in Rotherham.   (NEF)  £750
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948.  Group of Four
  Military Medal  (M.M.)  Geo. V.  13827  Pte. R.E. Pickenings.  7/E. Lanc. R.
  1914-15 Star.  13827 Pte. R.E. Pickings  E. Lanc. R.
  B.W.M. and Victory.  13827 Cpl. R.E. Pickings.  E. Lanc. R. 
    Recipient was K.I.A., on 28-10-1918 with the 1st Bn. Sold with a large illuminated scroll given by the U.D.C. of Stretford to Sgt. R.E. Pickens tendering the Council’s congratulations to Sgt. R.E. Pickens on being  awarded the Military Medal .  The scroll is very colourful and bears the official seal of the U.D.C.
  Please note the different spellings of the surname  -  “Soldiers Died” records it as Pickenings.  -  The initials and  the regimental number (13827) are the same throughout.  (NEF)  £995
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950.  Group of Four
Military Medal  (M.M.)  Geo. V.  Cpl J. Caskie.  51st (H) Bn. M.G.C.  (L/G 13-9-1918)
B.W.M. and Victory.  Cpl. J. Caskie.  A. & S.H.
Territorial Effic. Medal.  Geo. V.  Cpl. J. Caskie.  8-A. & S.H.   Sold with M.I.C. which shows entitlement to the 1914-15 Star.    Mounted for display.  (NEF)  £975
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951.  Group of Three
  Military Medal  (M.M.)  Geo. V.  Cpl. W.F. White  1/Div. Co.  A.C.C.  (Army Cyclist Corps)
  B.W.M. and Victory.  Lieut. W.F. White.   (NEF)  £650
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952.  Group of Three
  Military Medal  (M.M.)  Geo. V.  Spr. W.C. Gribble  23/London Fd. Co.  R.E.  -  T.F.
  B.W.M. and Victory.  A.”. Cpl. W.C. Gribble  R.E.
  Sold with original “dog-tag” and B.W.M. and Victory Box.  (damaged)  (EF)  £585



954.  Group of Three
Military Medal  (M.M.)  Geo. V.  Pte. J. Graham.  2/2 N.M.F.A.  R.A.M.C.  T.F.    
B.W.M. & Victory.  Pte. J. Graham.  R.A.M.C.
Memorial Plaque James Graham. 
  Recipient was K.I.A. aged 37, with the 2nd/2nd North Midland Field Amb. on 21-3-1918  -  the first day of the  Spring Offensive.  He is commemorated on the Arras Memorial.  Sold with recipient’s “dog tag” & original  envelope & packet for the plaque.    (EF)  £995


955.  Group of Three
  Military Medal  (M.M.)  Geo. V.  Sgt. J. Morrison.  A.76/A.Bde.  R.F.A.  
  B.W.M. & Victory.  Sgt. J. Morrison  R.A.    (GVF)  £425
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956.  Group of Three
  Military Medal  (M.M.)  Geo. V.  L/Cpl. C.H. Iley.  4/R. Fusiliers.
  B.W.M. & Victory.  Cpl. C.H. Iley.  R. Fus.   L/G 23-10-1918.    (GVF)  £615


957.  Group of Five
  Military Medal  (M.M.)  Geo. V.  Cpl. G.W. Gibb.  206/F.Coy.  R.E.   
  1914-15 Trio.  Cpl. G.W. Gibb.  R.E.  (Spr. on Star). 
  Roumania  -  Medal for Bravery & Loyalty, with swords 2nd class in silver.  (L/G 20-9-1919  -  “Corporal George W. Gibb, 206th Field Company R.E.)  Recipient came from Renfrewshire.  A very rare combination.    (GVF)  £2125


Dand Banda 1935 Military Medal Group
958.  Group of Four
Military Medal (M.M.)  Geo. V. - Crowned Head.  L/Cpl. F. Britten.  2-D.W.R.  (L/G 8-5-1936)
I.G.S.  1 Bar NWF 1935.  Pte. F. Britten  D.W.R.
Defence and War Medals.
   M.M. for the action at Dand Banda on 23-8-1935.  -  “The advance guard reached Dand at about 1800 hrs and  “B” Company  acting as the rear guard was called on to attack and occupy a ridge overlooking the selected camp  sites.  In gaining their objective the Company came under heavy and accurate rifle fire, thereby suffering four  casualties - L/Cpl’s Stone, Britten, and Pte’s Clarke and Ward.  The remainder of the Battalion eventually reached  camp at 10.50 hrs, having withdrawn 15 road piquets en route, most of which had to be called down in the dark.
  The fact that the rear guard was not followed up was proof of the severe defeat the enemy had suffered.  Enemy casualties were reported as being not less than 60 dead and 40 wounded.  Our own casualties were 9 killed and 21 wounded.  For their conspicuous bravery and devotion to duty for the attack on the ridge, L/Cpl’s Stone   and Britten were both awarded the Military Medal.” 
  L/Cpl Britten died on 22-4-1943 whilst serving with the 10th Bn Duke of Wellington’s Regt., aged 56 and is  buried in Rotherham (Masbrough) Cemetery.  (GVF)  £6500
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959.  Group of Three
Military Medal  (M.M.)  Geo. V.  Pte. H. Brookes.  1/Scot. Rifles.
B.W.M. & Victory.  Pte. H. Brookes.  Scot. Rifles.    (GVF)  £575


960.  Group of Three
  Military Medal  (M.M.  Geo. V.  Pte. G. Else.  24/Coy  M.G.C.
  B.W.M. and Victory.  Pte. G.E. Else.  M.G.E.   Memorial Plaque.  George Edward Else.
   Recipient D.O.W. aged 20, on 20.11.17 and is buried in Lijssenthoek Military Cemetery.  He was born and  resided in Ramsgate.  He formally served in the E. Kent Regt.   (NEF)  £950


961.  Group of Five
  Military Medal  M.M.  Geo. V1. Cpl. L.F. Edmonds.  R. Tank R.  1939-45 and Africa Stars.  Defence & War Medals.
   M.M.  -  L/G 29.11.1940
   On the night of 29th June, 1940, this N.C.O. was in command of a light tank attached to “B” Sqdn., 7th Hussars  for a night attack on Capuzzo.  He used his searchlight on the Fort at close range enabling the other tanks to obtain  observation until ordered to put it out.  Owing to a failure of the inter-communication in the tank his driver failed  to retire with the rest of the tanks when ordered to do so.  The tank was struck by a small shell knocking our the  driver and dazing the gunner.  The suspension of the tank was also damaged by the shock.  Cpl Edmonds managed to revive the driver and ordered him to continue to drive on, urging his gunner to keep firing on the guns which  were on three sides of him.  He succeeded in penetrating the defences, and when almost clear the tank failed to  negotiate the barbed wire defences on the opposite side.  Although being shown up by Verey lights and the fort  searchlight, he dismounted and cut through the wire with wire cutters and succeeded in making a path through which the tank could pass.
    Later he managed to rejoin his own Squadron which was acting as rearguard, and remained on patrol under  fire until the Squadron returned to laagerIn addition to the above he has always shown zeal and dash beyond the normal when engaged on operations in the Capuzzo area.
   Recipient was later taken P.O.W., and was on board the Italian motor-ship “Sebastiano Veniero” which was transporting allied P.O.W’s from Tripoli to Italy when it was attacked by the British submarine “Porpoise” on 9.12.1941, five miles south of Navarino.  Over 500 P.O.W’s including Tpr. Edmonds lost their lives.  He was 24 yrs old and is commemorated on the Alamein Memorial.  An early award for action against Italians.  (EF)  £2695


962.  Group of Five
Military Medal  (M.M.)  Geo. V1.  Fus. G. Weir.  R.S. Fus.  (4/5th Bn.)
939-45 and France and Germany Stars.
Defence and War Medals.
   L/G 21-6-1945  -  “At Alpon (1531) on 8 Mar ‘45 Fus. Weir was a sniper attached to “C” Coy 4/5 Royal Scots  Fusiliers.  This company had the task of clearing the town when the other three companies had got into positions  round the outside.
   Throughout the whole operation which lasted nearly 9 hours this company was subjected to heavy and accurate  artillery, mortar and machine-gun fire.  At one stage of the battle it was vitally important to get an order to a  forward platoon from company H.Q.  Fusilier Weir immediately volunteered to take the message in spite of the fact that he knew he would have to cross absolutely open ground in full view and within very close range of the enemy.  Not only did Fus. Weir take this message, but five others, and the last time on his way back he stopped while under fire and carried a wounded fusilier on his back and brought him to safety.    The very gallant conduct of this fusilier not only very materially assisted towards the success of the operation, but also very probably saved the life of a comrade.”    (NEF)  £2225


963.  Group of Five
Military Medal  (M.M.)  Geo. V1.  Bandsman R.E. Taylor.  Arg. & Suth. Highrs.
939-45 and Pacific Stars.
Defence and War Medals.
  A scarce “Immediate” award for deeds performed in Malaya in December 1941
  The award was published in L/G of 23 Jan. 1942, and the citation for this very early S.W. Pacific theatre “Immediate” award was published in the Singapore based “Straits Times” on 31 Jan 1942.  -  “His great devotion  to duty during bombing and machine-gun attacks was an example to all.  At the height of activity he was exposed to great danger in carrying casualties to the ambulance”.
  The above deeds were performed at Salak village, Perak River, Malaya on 23 Dec 1941, on which day 2/Argylls  were bombed and machine-gunned by Japanese aircraft reported to be flying as low as 300 ft, as well as bombarded  by Japanese artillery.
   Recipient was captured with others of his regiment at the surrender of Singapore on 15 Feb 1942, and  died as a P.O.W. on 15 Jan 1944 in Changi Jail, aged 42.  He is attributed to have been a co-writer of the popular  war song “Moon over Malaya” - a song whose title was used as the title of the book “Moon over Malaya - a tale of  Argylls and Marines”  (extracts from which are included with the lot)    (EF)  £5000
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964.  Group of Four
Military Medal  (M.M.)  Geo. V1  Hvldr. Peo Gul.  Punjab R.
1939-45 and Pacific Stars.   War Medal 1939-45.
L/G 19-12-1946  -  “On 12 Dec 1941 when 5/14 Punjab R. was fighting in Thailand, Hav. Peo Gul and his  platoon were detailed for road block duty in the front line on the 15 km mark on the Krok-Opattini Road.  The Japanese forces attacked this position at night in large numbers, but largely due to Hav. Peo Gul’s example and courage, were forced to withdraw.  He continued to lead patrols throughout the night.  This same N.C.O. also  distinguished himself on the night of 3 Jan 1942 when his unit was in an ambush position South of Kampar.  He was employed as Pl. Cdr. in forward area covering a road block.  At 0200 hrs the enemy attacked in tanks followed by motorized infantry.  Hav. Peo Gul held his fire till the enemy were compelled to halt due to the road block, then opened up concentrated fire on the vehicles.  He also co-ordinated the fire of an A/T Gun Sec., attached to the unit.
   This N.C.O’s conduct throughout the whole of a difficult campaign, when neither ordinary battle reliefs or  sufficient weapons or air support were obtainable was first class.  A fine leader in the field, & gallant in action”.
   Recipient was taken P.O.W. and survived the ordeal.  The original recommendation was for the Indian Order  of Merit. Mounted for display. (NEF)  £3775
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1952 Military Medal (M.M.) group for the Malayan Emergency 1948-1960. Royal Marines


966.  Group of Seven
Military Medal  (M.M.)  Geo. V1.  2nd type.  Cpl. (A/Sgt) T.A. Want  R.M.
1939-45, Atlantic (France & Germany), Africa (N. Africa 1942-43) and Italy Stars. War Medal 1939-45
N.G.S.  1 Bar Malaya.  Geo. V1.  T.A. Want  A/Sgt.  R.M.
M.M.  -  L/G 21-10-1952  -  “Sgt. Want has been engaged on anti-bandit operations since June 1950.
  Throughout this period he has commanded his sub-section with tireless energy, outstanding devotion to duty, and  with no other thoughts than to get to grips with the bandits.
  On 1st June 1951 his sub-section had an unexpected encounter with a party of bandits.  He immediately led his  section into action, killing one bandit and wounding several others with no casualties to his side.
   On Christmas eve 1951, he led his sub-section to an enemy camp in very thick country in the Kampar Hills, two bandits were contacted and both killed.    On 8th February 1952 when his sub-section came rather unexpectedly on a bandit camp, he quickly took charge of the situation, so that three out of four bandits were killed.    In nearly two years of bandit fighting, Sgt. Want’s high sense of duty, his cheerfulness at all times, and his  complete disregard of his own personal safety, have been a magnificent example and inspiration, not only to his sub-section, but also to the remainder of the troop”.
   Sold with full career details of recipient, and a copy of the “Globe and Laurel” (Jan-Feb 2012) containing recipient’s obituary and photograph (wearing medals)
Only eleven Military Medals awarded to the Royal Marines for the Malayan Emergency 1948-1960.  Mounted as worn. (NEF)  £10750
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968.  Group of Two
  British Empire Medal (B.E.M.)  Eliz. 11.  Sgt. Ivor A. Emberton.  R.C.T.
  C.S.M.  2 Bars S. Arabia/N. Ireland.  Dvr. I.A. Emberton  R.C.T.
    B.E.M.  -  L/G 31-12-1981  -  “Sergeant Emberton reached the pinnacle of his professional career when he  was selected for the appointment of Staff Car Driver to the Quarter-Master-General in February 1979.  For 20 years, since 1961, Sergeant Emberton has been carrying out the duties of driving officers of General rank; he has  served each General with outstanding efficiency and devotion to duty, willingly undertaking his work at all times of day and night without thought for his own personal and domestic life.  His duties have involved long hours of  work and weekends away from home.  Whenever demands have been placed upon him at short notice his cheerful response and positive attitude have inspired all who have come in contact with him.
  As a driver of the Quarter-Master-General at Army Board level he has shown exceptional qualities, not least by his sheer professional ability quickly to gain the confidence of officers of high rank.  He always projects a sense of quiet confidence and ability for whatever the occasion:  State functions to routine appointments and a wide variety of visits throughout the United Kingdom.
   His example of tireless and unselfish acceptance of responsibilities, together with his helpful, cheerful and  willing approach to performing his duties has been an inspiration to all who have served with him.  I strongly  recommend that his services are recognised by the award of the British Empire Medal.”  Mounted as worn,  (NEF)  £360


969.  Group of Six
  British Empire Medal  (B.E.M.)  Eliz. 11.  Sgt. William T. Morris.  A.C.C.
  1939-45, Africa, and France & Germany Stars. Defence and War Medals.
  Sold with Buckingham Palace forwarding letter.   Mounted as worn.   (NEF)  £425



971.  Group of Two
  British Empire Medal  -  Geo. V1. - Civil.  Herbert G. Freeston. Defence Medal.
   B.E.M.  -  L/G 24-6-1946  -  “H.G. Freeston.  Acting First Class Draughtsman.  Engineer-in-Chief’s Dept.,  Admiralty”.  Sold with Photostat copies of articles of apprenticeship (Chatham Dockyards), and various documents.  Also forwarding Buckingham Palace letter for the B.E.M. and letter of congratulation from the Admiralty.  Recipient and a fellow engineer invented and patented a coupling for use between the engine and propeller shafts in submarines (emergency coupling), and details and copies of relevant correspondence are enclosed.. An interesting lot.  Both medals in boxes of issue.   (EF)  £475


972.  Group of Five
British Empire Medal  (B.E.M.)  Eliz. 11.  Miss Evelyn Marjorie Vivienne Fletcher
B.W.M. and Victory.  E.M.V. Fletcher  V.A.D.
Defence Medal.
Women’s Voluntary Service Medal.  Un-named as issued.

    B.E.M. - L/G 1-1-1964  -  “Miss E.M.V. Fletcher, member, County Staff, Norfolk.  W.V.S.”   
  All five medals are in  their original cases/boxes of issue, and additionally the two World War One Medals are  in their forwarding registered envelope.    (EF)  £485


973.  Group of Five
  British Empire Medal  (B.E.M.  Civil - Geo. V1.  William Christie Murdock  (M.N.)
  1939-45, Atlantic, and Italy Stars.   War Medal 1939-45.
  B.E.M.  -  L/G 21-5-1943  -  “The ship was torpedoed.  The fires were at once shut off, the engines were  stopped and the machinery spaces vacated.  After inspecting the damage, the Master decided that there was a chance  of saving the ship.  Her ordered the passengers and the majority of the crew into the boats and called for volunteers  to operate the necessary pumps and gear.
   Officers Tyson, Mackenzie and MacDonald with fireman Murdock and Sandilands volunteered for this  dangerous task.  Returning below, they re-lit the furnaces and proceeded to pump out two of the cargo tanks.  They  also worked the engines as required by the Master in his attempts to place the ship in a favourable weather position.  Conditions made this impossible and it was decided to try to pump out another tank, but the leakage into the engine  room was more than could be dealt with and eventually the fires were put out by the rising water.  It was only then,  with sixteen feet of water in the engine-room, that those below relinquished their efforts, and the ship had to be  finally abandoned”.
    Sadly Mr. Murdock did not survive (died 8.9.1944) to receive personally from the King his B.E.M., and this  was handed to his widow at an Investiture held at Buckingham Palace on 17.7.1945.  Mounted for display.  (NEF)  £895


974.  Group of Five
British Empire Medal  (B.E.M.)  Geo. V1 - Military.  Shpt. 4 Cl. Hugh Wallace  R.N.
1939-45 and Africa and Italy Stars.    War Medal 1939-45.
   B.E.M. - L/G 11-12-1945  -  Coastal Force Base, Miraglia.  -  “This rating has completed 26 months of  outstanding service with Coastal Force Craft in the Mediterranean during which time he has never from his untiring  efforts to keep the boats at sea.  He has worked long extra hours without being asked to, in order to turn out the  craft for the Coastal Force Operations in the Adriatic.  He has earned, by his ability and industry, the admiration of  every commanding officer on whose boat he has worked.  He is always cheerful and read to encourage others.  It would be impossible for any rating to make greater efforts to maintain the efficiency and fighting power of the service.     (NEF)  £475
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975.  Group of Five
  British Empire Medal  (B.E.M.)  Geo. V1.  C.Y.S.  William D. Winzer.
  1939-45 and Atlantic Stars.   Defence and War Medals.    
   B.E.M.  -  L/G 1-1-1941  -  “Chief Yeoman William Douglas Winzer (pensioner), HMS “Edinburgh Castle”, was one of the pioneer staff who arrived at Freetown in mid-September.  For months he and another Chief Yeoman of Signals worked in the cable office from early morning until late at night with only short times off for meals: coding, typing, distributing and assisting in very way at the Shore Signal Station.  During the absence of the Signal Boatswain (which coincided with the arrival of the “Edinburgh Castle”) they managed the rapidly expanding  Prince of Wales S.D.O. work very efficiently.  For eleven months Winzer and his partner showed incessant keenness and interest in all that they were called upon to do”.   (NEF)  £450
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976.  Group of Five  Family Group - Husband and Wife.

  Wife    British Empire Medal (B.E.M.  Geo. V1 Military.  Sgt. Josephine R. Rudder  A.T.S.  -  For services with  Headquarters Combined Operations, Whitehall.

  Husband  1939-45 and Africa Stars.  War Medal.  Africa Service Medal.  All named C.A. Rudder except Africa Star. 
Recipient was taken P.O.W. in Tobruk and eventually ended up in Germany in Stalag 344 in Lamsdorf.

Sold with original newspaper cutting including photograph reporting the award of the B.E.M. to
Sgt. Rudder, and head and shoulders postcard sized photograph of Pte. C.A. Rudder.  (NEF)  £595
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977.  Group of Three
British Empire Medal  (B.E.M.)  Geo. V1.  1st type.  Sgt. Joan Norman.  A.T.S.
Defence and War Medals.
   L/G 10-4-1945  -  9 A.A. (A.T.S.) Company.  -  “Sgt. Norman enlisted in the Auxiliary Territorial Service in February 1941, and since that date she has by her perseverance, cheerful and unfurled disposition, and sound  common sense, been an inspiration to all serving with her.  As sergeant in charge of the Adjutant General’s  Branch at Headquarters I. A.A. Group, now 9 A.A. Group, she has shown outstanding ability and conscientiousness.  This  Branch has continually been faced with a volume of work greater than anticipated by the war establishment owing to the many exceptional calls made upon this Headquarters when in London and when suddenly five additional brigades, ten in all, were placed under its command.  At such times Sgt. Norman accepted great
  responsibility, virtually that of a Staff Captain, without demur and with marked initiative.  No call has ever been  too great and she has consistently achieved both in herself and her immediate staff the highest standards in all  that she has done.  She has at all times shown an exceptional appreciation of her responsibilities and given a great  example of unswerving devotion to duty.”  (NEF)  £535


978.  Group of Five
  British Empire Medal  (B.E.M.)  Geo. V1.  Civil.  George Stevenson.
  1939-45, Atlantic, and Africa Stars.  War Medal 1939-45.
   B.E.M. - L/G 9-1-1946 - “George Stevenson.  Chief Steward.  M.V. ‘Rugeley’. (Stephens Sutton & Company)   B.E.M. in box of issue.    (NEF)  £425
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979.  Group of Two
  British Empire Medal  (B.E.M.)  Geo. V1.  A/Sgt. John Longworth  R.C.S.
  G.S.M.  1 Bar Malaya.  Geo. V1.  Sgt. J. Longworth  B.E.M.  R. Signals.
   B.E.M.  -  L/G 13-12-1949  -  2 Guards Brigade Signal Sqn.  -  Malaya
   “This N.C.O. has been employed as N.C.O. 1/C M.T. Troop during the mobilisation of this Squadron and  subsequently.  He has been an outstanding example of devotion to duty and technical efficiency.  He has worked  tirelessly over long hours to maintain the 30 vehicles of 6 different makes, and has achieved a high standard of  mechanical efficiency, despite shortage of spare parts.
   He has been largely responsible for the effectiveness by which this Squadron has:-
   (1)  Maintained wireless detachments over a very large area.
   (2)  Provided its own escorts for D.Rs.
(3) Provided five vehicles, including two armoured, with the Three Guards Battalions for their own use.”  (NEF)  £435


980.  Group of Four
British Empire Medal (B.E.M.)  Eliz 11.  S/Sgt. Angeline C. Spears.  W.R.A.C.
Defence and War Medals.
  L.S.G.C. “Regular Army”  Eliz. 11  2nd type.  S/Sgt. A.C. Spears.  B.E.M.  W.R.A.C.
   L/G 12-6-1958  -  “Staff Sergeant Spears, as NCO in charge of the W.R.A.C. Vehicle Maintenance Team  employed in the Vehicle Depot, Central Ordnance Depot, Bicester, has shown an unswerving devotion to her work, far beyond the normal call of duty, over a long period.  Her tireless example, throughout the very difficult period when the Vehicle Depot was being formed and also carrying an almost overwhelming work-load, proved an unfailing asset in the maintenance of the high spirit which enabled the task to be coped with successfully.  In spite of long hours of work and far from good working conditions, she was, by her leadership and enthusiasm, able to sustain morale and provide an example for all other ranks.  This devotion to duty which continues to encourage all who work with her is not confined to her technical duties.  She also performs all her regimental duties with outstanding  keenness and enthusiasm.    Mounted as worn.    (GVF)  £595


981.  Group of Five
  British Empire Medal  (B.E.M.)  Eliz. 11.  Harold Christopher Newell.
  Order of St. John - Serving Brother.
  Defence and War Medals.
  Order of St. John Service Medal - with six extra service bars.  Pte. H. Newell.  No. 7 Dis.  S.J.A.B. 1942.
B.E.M. - L/G 12-6-1976 - “For services to the St. John Ambulance Bde in Shrewsbury.
Order of St. John, Serving Brother - L/G 21-6-1968.   Mounted as worn.   (NEF)  £625
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982.  Group of Four
  1914-15 Trio.  Sgt. W. Morgan.  R.E.
  Belgium - Croix De Guerre.
   Recipient D.O.W., aged 26, with the 459th Field Coy.  R.E. on 29-10-1918 and is buried in St. Souplet  British Cemetery.  He resided in Rotherham.  (NEF)  £375


983.  Group of Four
  1939-45 and Italy Stars. Defence and War Medals.
  Corporation of Glasgow Medal for Bravery (silver)  Pte. Lawrence Howard  (R.A.M.C.)
   Magistrates Committee’s minutes 2nd March 1943  -  “For rescuing a boy (aged 4) from drowning in the  River Kelvin on 4th October last”.  (NEF)  £415
PHOTOS


984.  Group of Five
  1914 Star and Bar.  Pte. C.J. Rendle.  1/1 N. Somerset Yeomanry.
  B.W.M. and Victory.  2/Lieut. C.J. Rendle. Defence Medal.
  Russia  - Medal of St. George.  3rd Class.  Sgt. C.J. Rendle.  N. Som. Yeo.  T.F. (L/G 25-8-1915)   (NEF)  £2550
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985.  Group of Six
  1939-45, Africa, and Italy Stars.  Defence and War Medals.
  Greece - Medal for Outstanding Services with Bar.  (Distinguished Service Medal) - L/G 6-9-1946
   Sold with original Greek Award Parchment named to Sergeant J. Bunce, forwarding box for British Medals  addressed to J.C. Bunce Esq., and original Air Ministry letter, dated 13 April 1959 forwarding the Greek Decoration  to recipient’s widow.  Also included are copies of recipient’s record of service.  The Greek Award was given “For creditable and effective service for over 26 months in the Greek War Squadrons”.  (Nos 335 and 336 Sqns.)  Medals are in boxes of issue.    Extremely rare award to the R.A.F.V.R.    (EF)  £1450


986.  Group of Six
  1914 Star Trio.  W.G. Elcombe.  B.R.C.S. & St. J.J.
  British Red Cross Society Medal for War Service 1914-1918.
  British Red Cross Society - Proficiency in Red Cross First Aid.  W. Elcombe.
  Belgium - Civil Decoration 2nd class 1914-18 - with Bar “1914-1918”.    Verified. (NEF)  £425
PHOTOS


987.  Group of Five
  1914-15 Star.  Cpl. R. Hunter.  Lanark Yeomanry.
  B.W.M. and Victory.  2/Lieut. R. Hunter.  (The B.W.M. has been erased)
  Belgium - Order of the Crown - Chevalier.
  Belgium - Croix de Guerre  -  with palm leaf.    
    L/G 24-10-1919.  Lieut Robert Hunter.  R.F.A.  (S.R.)
   Sold with ribbon bar and a full set of miniatures mounted as worn.    (NEF)  £435
PHOTOS


988.  Group of Three
B.W.M. and Victory.  Rev. C.G. Cavalier.
Order of the Crown of Roumania  -  Chevalier.
   L/G 20-9-1919  -  “The Revd. C.G. Cavalier.  Temporary Chaplain to the Forces, 4th class.  Royal Army  Chaplains “Dept”.    
   Recipient was ordained Deacon in 1909 and Priest 1910, serving in Southwark.  He was Curate of St. Matthews,  Redhill 1909-1913 and Asst. Master, St. John’s School Leatherhead 1913-1915.  T.C.F. 1916-1919 and Curate of  All SS Fulham 1919-1922.  Vicar of St. Simon Zelotes Bethnal Green 1922-1927, and Rector of Brampton Ash with Dingley 1927-1947/    Mounted as worn.    (NEF)  £1150
PHOTOS



990.  Group of Four
  1914-15 Trio.  Spr. J. Lunn  R.E.
   Belgium - Croix De Guerre    -  L/G 15-4-1918
Sold with M.I.C. which shows landing in France 30-5-1915.  Mounted for display. (NEF)  £330


991.  Group of Four
  1914 Star Trio.  Tpr. A.E. Cave.  R.H. Gds.  (Royal Horse Guards)
  Roumania - Medaille Barbatie Si Credinta.  3rd class  (Medal for Bravery & Loyalty)  
   Recipient transferred to the Guards Machine Gun Regt. during  W.W.1. and was awarded the Roumanian  Decoration whilst serving with this unit (L/G 20-9-1919)  He transferred back to the R.H. Gds on 5-3-1919.    Sold with copy papers which show entitlement to clasp to 1914 Star.  Mounted as worn.  (NEF)  £1500
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992.  Group of Four
  B.W.M. and Victory.  Bmbr. H.A.H. Trimnell.  R.A.
  Defence Medal.
  France - Croix De Guerre 1914-1918.
   Sold with copy M.I.C. which confirms no entitlement to Star.  Croix De Guerre - L/G 19-6-1919 - Bmbr. H.A.H. Trimnell.  D/38th Bde., R.F.A.  (East Sheen).    Mounted as worn   (NEF)  £385



995.  Group of Three
  B.W.M. and Victory.  I.A.M.  C.S. Furrell. R.A.F.
  France - Croix De Guerre 1914-1918, with Star.
  Croix De Guerre  -  L/G 10-10-1918  -  Royal Flying Corps.    (NEF)  £635


996.  Group of Two
  M.G.S.  1 Bar Corunna.  T.M. Fogo.  Asst. Surgeon.  O.M.D.
  Waterloo.  Surgeon Thomas M. Fogo.  Royal Foot Artillery.  - Fitted with bar suspender.
  Supernumerary Asst. Surgeon 22-1-1806.  Asst. Surgn.  O.M.D. 1-2-1808.  Surgeon O.M.D. 26-9-1814.  Half pay 1-9-1816.  Full pay 19-3-1825.  Senior Surgn. 1-1-1843.  Retired 25-7-1845.  Died at Tiverton, Devon  28-9-1850.   (NEF)  £4625
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998.  Group of Three
  Crimea.  1 Bar Sebastopol.  Un-named as issued.
  Indian Mutiny.  1 Bar Central India.  Andrew Collings.  72nd Highlanders.
  Turkish Crimea - British issue.  Un-named as issued.   Mounted for display.  (NEF)  £895


999.  Group of Three
  Crimea.  1 Bar Sebastopol.  Samual Cole.  97th Regt.  (Privately named - contemporary)
  Indian Mutiny.  1 Bar Lucknow.  Cpl. Saml. Cole.  97th Regt.
  Turkish Crimea  -  British issue.  Fitted with straight bar suspender.   Un-named as issued.    (NVF/VF)  £875


1001.  Group of Four   -   Family Group - Brothers
  Brother 1.
  Crimea Medal.  1 Bar Sebastopol.  Lieut. W. Haslett.  13th or P.A. Lt. Infy.  (Engraved)
  Indian Mutiny Medal.  No Bar.  Lieut. W. Haslett.  1st Bn.  13th Lt. Infy.
  Lieutenant William Haslett died on 6th August 1860, aged 24 years in South Africa.  Copy photo of gravestone and  location included.  Reported in Morning Post of 30 Oct. 1860-page 8, having died at King William’s Town, South  Africa.
  Brother 2.
  I.G.S. 1854 Medal.  1 Bar Jowaki 1877-8.  Lieut. P. Haslett.  Royal Engrs.   
  Afghanistan 1878-80 Medal.  1 Bar Ahmed Khel.  Lieut. P. Haslett.  R.E.
  Mentioned in field force orders by Genl. Officer Com de Peshawer field force 3/1/78
  Lieut. P. Haslett was M.I.D. by Lt. General Sir D.M. Stewart, commanding the Ghazni Field Force, for his actions  at Ahmed Khel on 19-4-1810 whilst commanding No. 10 Coy, Sappers and Miners, as per L/G 30-7-1880.
  Specially mentioned in unpublished  dispatch of Sir D. Stewart dated 24th June 1879 (W.O. Page 7697/372).  Served in the Jawaki Expedition 1878 with the force under the command of Brigadier General C.C.G. Ross C.B. -  was in charge of the field telegraphs during the operations.
  Served in the Afghan Campaign 1878-79 commanded 4 Field Tel. Coy Bengal Sappers & Miners attached to  Headquarters.  Present at the action of Jakai-a-Pul.  Served during second phase of campaign 1880 as asst. to Eng 2 North  Afghan Field Force under Sir D. Stewart and Major Paul J. Hills V.C.  Present at the Battle of Ahmed Khel.  Lieut. Pechell Haslett made the rank of Colonel before retiring.  Became Justice of the Peace in Co. Donegal, Ireland.  Died 1921.
   Eldest and youngest sons of William Haslett and Catherine Irvine, from Moville, County Donegal and  Londonderry, County Londonderry.  Sold with copy service papers for Lieut Pechell Heslett.   (GVF)  £2300
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1002.  Group of Three
  Crimea.  1 Bar Sebastopol.  James Kelly.  Corporal 97th Foot.  Depot named.
  Indian Mutiny.  1 Bar Lucknow.  Jas. Kelly.  97th Regt.
  Turkish Crimea  -  Sardinian issue.  Un-named as issued.  Double ring suspender.  (VF)  £850


1003. Group of Two
Crimea. 3 Bars Alma/Ink/Seb. Abner Wildman. Scots Fus. Gds. Impressed naming.
Turkish Crimea. Sardinian issue.
A man of the same name was severely wounded at Inkermann. (VF) £725


1004.  Group of Two
  Indian Mutiny.  No Bar.  Michl. Hogan.  87th Regt.
  L.S.G.C.  Victoria.  Sgt. M. Hogan.  87th Foot.    (NEF)  £625
PHOTOS


1005.  Group of Two
  Indian Mutiny.  1 Bar Central India.  Saml. Sturdy.  72nd Highlanders.
  L.S.G.C. - Victoria.  Saml. Sturdy.  72nd Foot.   (NEF)  £715


1007.  Group of Two
  I.G.S. 1854.  3 Bars Hazara 1888/Samana 1891/Waziristan 1894-5.  Sepoy Ghulam Shah.  3rd Sikh Infy.
  I.G.S. 1895.  1 Bar Waziristan 1901-2.  Nk. Ghulam Shah.  3rd Sikhs.    (GVF)  £500
PHOTOS


1008.  Group of Three
  I.G.S. 1854.  1 Bar Burma 1885-7.  Captain H.R. Lloyd.  2nd Bn. Somerset L.I.
  Q.S.A.  3 Bars CC/OFS/TVL.  Major H.R. Lloyd.  Somerset L.I.
  K.S.A.  Usual Two Bars.  Lt. Col. H.R. Lloyd.  Som.  L.I.
   Born 1858.  Joined the 13th Lt. Infy from the Militia in 1878, and joined the 2nd Bn at Bellarg, India in April  1879.  Lieut 1-7-1861.  Captain 31-12-1886.  He left the Somerset Light Infantry to join the Royal Sussex Regt.  on  promotion in 1904.    (NEF)  £1395


1009.  Group of Two
  I.G.S. 1854  1 Bar Chin Hills 1892-93.  Sepoy Ghasilla Shwebo Mily. Police
  China 1900.  No bar.  Pte. Ghasita Khan.  31st Burma Lt. Infy.   Mounted for display.  (VF/GVF)   £650


1010.  Group of Two
  Afghanistan 1878-80.  No Bar.  Lieut. D.J.O. Taylor.  1/25th Regt.
  I.G.S. 1854.  2 Bars Samana 1891/Waziristan 1894-5.  Capt. D.J.O. Taylor.  6th Pjb. Infy.
   Sold with copy group photographs in which Capt. Taylor is identified.  Born 1859.  Commissioned 1-5-1878.  
  Lt. Colonel 22-6-1905.  Retired 22-6-1906.   Mounted as worn.
   Sold with contemporary set of miniatures - both pairs in a glass fronted display case.    (GVF)  £765
PHOTOS


1011.  Group of Two
  Afghanistan 1878-80.  No Bar.  Gnr. J. Coxon.  13/9th Bde.  R.A.
  L.S.G.C.  -  Victoria.  Gnr. J. Coxon.  9/1 Sco. Div.  R.A.   (GVF)  £325


1012.  Group of Nine
I.G.S. 1854  2 Bars Lushai 1889-92/Hazara 1891.  Surg. A.W. Dawson.  I.M.S.  -  Officially renamed.
I.G.S. 1895  3 Bars Rel. of Chitral/Pjb. Fr/Tirah.  Capt. A.W. Dawson  I.M.S.  -  Officially renamed.
China 1900  -  No Bar.  Major A.W. Dawson  I.M.S.
Tibet 1903-4  -  No Bar.  Major A. Willan Dawson  I.M.S.
I.G.S.  1908.  1 Bar N.W.F. 1908  - erased.
914-15 Trio.  Lt. Col. A.W. Dawson.  I.M.S.
Delhi Durbar 1911  -  Un-named as issued.
   Recipient was born 11-2-1859.  Liverpool and Kings Coll. London.  M.B. 1884.  M.D. 1892 Dunelm.
  M.R.C.S. 1886.  L.R.C.P. London 1886.  Surgeon 1-4-1886.  S.M. 1-4-1898.  Lt. Col. 1-4-1906.  S. List 24-6-1911.
  During W.W.1. he was in medical charge of the Indian  Hospital Ship “Glenart Castle” and was on board when she was in collision on her first voyage but had left her before she was finally sunk, with great loss of life, in the British Channel. All medals are verified.   (GVF)  £1750



1014.  Group of Two
  Egypt 1882.  L/Cpl. J. Mahon.  4th Dragoon Gds.
  Khedives Star 1882.  Cpl. .J. Mahon.  R.I.D.G.
   Contact from the Star has almost destroyed the name of the regiment on the rim of the Egypt medal, but the number, rank, and name are undamaged.  Sold with copy papers.  (NVF)  £375


1015.  Group of Two
  Egypt 1882.  1 Bar Alexandria 11th July.  W.J. Isaacs.  Stkr.  HMS Invincible.
  R.N. LSGC - Victoria.  W.J. Isaacs.  Ch. Sto.  HMS Victory. 
   Very slight pitting on Egypt Medal.  Sold with copy papers.  (GVF/NEF)  £450


1016.  Group of Two
  Egypt 1882.  1 Bar Alexandria 11th July.  C. King.  A.B.  HMS Penelope.
  R.N.  LSGC - Victoria.  Chas. King.  Comd. Boatn.  H.M. Coast Guard.
   Sold with copy papers.  Very slight pitting on Egypt Medal.    (GVF/NEF)  £450



1018.  Group of Two
Egypt.  1 Bar The Nile 1884-5.  Pte. W. Robinson.  1/Cameron Highrs.
Khedives Star 1884.  (NEF)  £385
PHOTOS


1019.  Group of Two
  Egypt 1882.  No Bar  Sgt. J. Morse.  7/1 N.D.  R.A.
  Khedives Star 1882.    Copy papers.  Minor pitting.   (GVF)  £245


1020.  Group of Two
  Egypt 1882.  No Bar.  Pte. A. Howe.  4th Dn. Gds.
  Khedives Star 1882.     Verified.   (EF)  £320


1021.  Group of Two
  Egypt.  1 Bar Suakin 1885.  Gnr. J. Hynd.  5/1. Sco. Div.  R.A.
  Khedives Star 1884-6.  Verified.  Minor pitting.  (VF)  £335


1022.  Group of Two
  Egypt.  1 Bar The Nile 1884-85.  Pte. T. Bourne.  2/Essex R.
  Khedives Star 1884-6.     Very minor pitting.    (GVF)  £385
PHOTOS


1023.  Group of Two
  Egypt 1882  1 Bar Tel-El-Kebir.  Pte. J.Lee.  2/D. of C. L.I.  
  Khedives Star 1882  Shallow pitting   (VF)  £375


1024.  Group of Two
  Egypt 1882.  1 Bar Tel-El-Kebir.  Pte. J. Ferguson.  2/Highland L.I.
  Khedives Star 1882.  Un-named as issued.  Very minor pitting.   (GVF)  £385


1025.  Group of Two
  Egypt 1882.  1 Bar Tel-El-Kebir.  Pte. R. Neil.  1/Seaforth Highrs.
  Khedives Star 1882.    Shallow pitting.   (VF)  £310


1026.  Group of Three
  I.G.S. 1895.  1 Bar Rel. of Chitral.  Pte. T. Dodsworth.  2nd Bn.  Seaforth Highrs.
  Queens Sudan.  Pte. T. Dodsworth.  1/Sea. Highrs.
  Q.S.A.  5 Bars CC/OFS/T/SA’01/SA’02/  Pte. T. Dodsworth.  Sea.  Highrs.
  Mounted for display.   (VF)  £675


1027.  Group of Two
  I.G.S. 1895.  1 Bar Pjb. Frontier.  Lieut. C.A.Roosmale-Coeq.  3rd Bo. Lt. Infy.
  Delhi Durbar 1903.  Capt. C.A. Roosmale-Coeq.  Erinpura Irregulars. 
    Sold with several photo-copies of relevant pages from Indian Army lists, etc.  Formally        Leicestershire  Regt.  Dark toned.    (NEF)  £565


1028.  Group of Two
  Queens Sudan.  Pte. H. Barton.  1/R. Warwick Regt.
  Khedives Sudan.  1 Bar The Atbara.  Pte. R. Barton.  1st Roy. Warwickshire Regt.   (GVF)  £530


1030.  Group of Two
  Queens Sudan.  Pte. A.E. Coomer.  1/N. Staff. R.
  Khedives Sudan.  Pte. A.E. Coomer.  1/N. Staffs.   Sold with copy papers.    (NEF)  £535


1031.  M Group of Two
  Queens Sudan.  Pte. H. Childs.  1st Royal War Regt.
  Khedives Sudan.  1 Bar Khartoum.  Pte. H. Childs.  1. Roy. Warwickshire Regt. (GVF)  £535


1032.  Group of Four
  Queens Sudan.  Capt. J.P.S. Hayes.  R.A.M.C.
  Q.S.A.  2 Bars Natal/TVL.  Major J.P.S. Hayes  R.A.M.C.
  K.S.A.  Usual two bars.  Major J.P.S. Hayes R.A.M.C. 
  Khedives Sudan.  Major J.P.S. Hayes  R.A.M.C.  Egypt 1898
   Born 27-1-1859.  Captain 30-1-1886.  Major 30-1-1899.  Retired 30-1-1906.    Mounted for display.  (NEF)  £1025


1033.  Group of Three
  Q.S.A.  3 Bars CC/OFS/TVL.  Pte. R. Ayres.  2-R. Berks R.
  K.S.A.  Usual Two Bars.  Pte. R. Ayres.  Rl. Berks Regt.
  Terr. Force Efficiency Medal.  Geo. V.  Pte. R. Ayres.  18/York R.  Mounted as worn.  (GVF)  £410


1036.  Group of Two
  Q.S.A.  3 Bars CC/OFS/TVL.  Pte. W. Payne.  2nd Dragoons.
  K.S.A.  Usual Two Bars.  Pte. F. Payne.  2nd Drgns.  -  Initials differ but service number (4595) is the same on  both medals.   -    Royal Scots Greys.   (VF)  £265


1037.  Group of Two
  Q.S.A.  6 Bars CC/Tug. Hts/Rel. of L’Smith/TVL/L. Nek/OFS.  Pte. T. Harris.  Rifle Bde.
  K.S.A.  Usual Two Bars.  Pte. T. Harris.  Rifle Bde.  (GVF)  £300


1038.  Group of Four
  Q.S.A.  2 Bars TVL/SA’02.  Pte. W. Taylor.  Northampton Regt.
  1914 Star Trio.  Pte. W.F. Taylor.  1/Northampton Regt.  Mounted as worn.    (NEF)  £365


1039.  Group of Three
  Q.S.A.  3 Bars CC/OFS/TVL.  Gnr. T.R. Coombs.  86th By.  R.F.A.
  K.S.A.  Usual Two Bars.  Gnr. T.R. Coombs.  R.F.A.
  L.S.G.C.  Geo. V.  1st type.  Gnr. T.R. Coombs.  R.F.A.  (VF/NEF)  £275


1040.  Group of Two
  Q.S.A.  4 Bars R. of Kimb/Paard/Drief/TVL.  Pte. E. Carroll.  W. Riding Regt.
  K.S.A.  Usual Two Bars.  Cpl. E. Carroll.  W. Riding Regt.  (GVF)  £270



1043.  Group of Four
  Q.S.A.  3 Bars CC/SA’01/SA’02.  Pte. J. Robertson.  Lovat’s Scouts.
  1914-15 Trio.  Pte. J. Robertson.  A. & S. Highrs.
 

 
1044.  Group of Four
  Q.S.A.  3 Bars TVL/CC/SA’02.  Pte. E.W. Smith.  Rl. Warwick R.
  1914-15 Trio  (M.I.D.)  Sgt. E.W. Smith  Hampshire Regt.  M.I.D. - L/G 28-11-1917.  Mounted for display.  (GVF)  £300



1049.  Group of Three
  Q.S.A.  2 Bars CC/OFS.  R.Q.M. Sgt. J. Henry.  7/D. Gds.
  L.S.G.C.  Victoria.  Q.M. Sgt. J. Henry.  7/Dgn. Gds.
  Meritorious Service Medal  (M.S.M.)  Geo. V.  Coinage Head.  Q.M. Sgt. J. Henry.  7-Dn. Gds.   (EF)  £725
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1050.  Group of Four
  Q.S.A.  3 Bars CC/OFS/TVL.  3970 Pte. W.J. Renno.  6/Dgns.
  K.S.A.  Usual Two Bars.  3976 Sgt. G.W. Renno.  Innis Dgns.  
  B.W.M. 3976 W.O. Cl. 11.  W.G. Renno.  6-Dgns. 
  L.S.G.C.  Geo. V.  1st type  S/Sgt. Instr. G.W. Renno.  39th Chota Nagpur Regt.  I.D.F.
   Sold with 3 medallions  -  1.  Silver 1½”” diameter - Rifle Club monthly medal, Inniskilling.  Reverse embossed  “Won by No. 3976 Sergeant G. Renno.  August 1907”.  2.  Silver.  1½” diameter.  Obverse embossed “B” Squadron  Inniskilling Dragoons.  Abbassia 1908”.  Reverse engraved “Inter-Squadron Team Shooting.  Sgt. G.W. Renno.  Score 47.  3.  Bronze 1” diameter  -  Reverse engraved “Sergt. G.W. Renno 1910”   (GVF)  £675
PHOTOS


1051.  Group of Four
  Q.S.A.  3 Bars OFS/TVL/SA’02.  L/Cpl. J.G. Wayne.  8th Hussars.
  1914-15 Trio.  Major J.G. Wayne.  P.P.C.L.I.    Mounted as worn.   (NEF)  £750
PHOTOS


1052.  Group of Four
  Q.S.A.  5 Bars CC/OFS/TVL/SA’01/SA’02.  Pte. C.N. Wakelin.  7th Hussars.
  1914-15 Trio.  Sgt. C.N. Wakelin.  C.A.H.C.T. (Cpl. Natal Lt. Hse. on Star)
  Bi-Lingual Victory Medal.  Mounted for display   (NEF)  £300


1053.  Group of Two
  Q.S.A.  5 Bars Rel. of Kimberley/Paard/Johan/D. Hill/Witt.  Capt. G. Vawdrey  A.S.C.
  K.S.A.  Usual Two Bars.  Major G. Vawdrey.  A.S.C.   (GVF)  £625


1054.  Group of Four
  Q.S.A.  3 Bars OFS/TVL/SA’02.  Pte. G. Tombling.  3rd Hussars.
  1914-15 Trio.  Pte. G.T. Tombling.  3-Hussars.   Q.S.A. somewhat polished.    (VF)  £275


1055.  Group of Two
  Q.S.A.  1 Bar Cape Colony.  S/Sgt. J. Rae.  A.O.C.
  L.S.G.C.  Edw. V11.  St. Sgt. J. Rae.  A.O.C.   Polished.  (NVF)  £190
PHOTOS



1058.  One - With Shooting Medals.
  Q.S.A.  3 Bars.  Pte. H. Doig.  1st Dragoon Gds.
  India/S. Africa.  Silver medal - 6 sided.  1½” diameter.  “Indo-Transvaal won by K.G.F. Vols. 1908-9.  Vol. H. Doig.
  Bronze Medal.  2” diameter.  “Presented by the Earl of Minto, Viceroy of India”.  L/Cpl. H. Doig 1910.
  Kolar Gold Field Vols. - Bronze 1½” diameter.  The Dewar Shield 1915-16 “C” Coy (Runners-up)  Cpl. H. Doig.
  Kolar Gold Field Vols. - Silver 1½” diameter.  The Dewar Shield 1916-17 “C” Coy (Winners).  A/Sgt. H. Doig.
  Kolar Gold Field Vols. - Silver 1½” diameter.  The Dewar Shield.  Won by Vol. Doig.  B. Co.  K.G.F.V.
  Kolar Gold Field Vols. - Bronze 1½” diameter.  The Dewar Shield 1911.  Runner up B. Company L/Cpl. H. Doig.   
  The Bell Medal - Bronze 1½” diameter.  “Presented by the Society of Miniature Rifle Clubs.  With Bar “1905”,  and with three pronged wearing pin.  Un-named as awarded.  
  Four Wearing Bars in Bronze 2¼” x 1”, with Kolar Gold Field Vols Badge in Silver in the centre dated 1908, 1910, 1913, and 1922, and similar bar, with I.V.R.A. Viceroy’s Competition Badge in centre and dated 1911.
   Also included is a Bronze N.R.A. Medal, and a Miniature Rifle Club Medal - both un-named.    (GVF/NEF)  £895
Photos


1059.  Group of Two
  Q.S.A.  3 Bars CC/Witt/SA’01.  Spr. J. Campbell  R.E.  (Top Bar loose)
  L.S.G.C.  Edw. V11.  Spr. J. Campbell.  R.E.   Obverse polished.    (NVF)  £210
PHOTOS


1060.  Group of Four
  Q.S.A.  3 Bars  CC/SA’01/SA’02.  Pte. R.G. Wilsdon.  Cape M.R.  (Top 2 Bars loose)
  1914-15 Star.  Lt. R.G. Wilsdon.  2nd S.A.M.R.    B.W.M. & Victory.  Lieut. R.G. Wilsldon.   
  Recipient was appointed 2/Lt. In the Ox & Bucks. Lt. Infy. On 28-5-1915 after service in the South African Forces.
  Also included is a gold medal, 1” diameter, obverse engraved “Best shot in the regiment 1912”.  Reverse “Cape  mounted rifleman.  No. 3696 Corporal R.G. Wilsdon ‘A’ Squadron.  AGG 175” & a silver medal - obverse an  embossed rugby match scene, & reverse engraved “K.R.F.T.  R.G. Wilsdon 1910.  Interesting lot.   (NEF)  £445
PHOTOS


1061.  Group of Four
  China 1900.  Asst.  Engr. W. Rowe  R.N.  HMS Undaunted.
  1914-15 Trio.  Eng. Commander W. Rowe.  R.N.  (Eng. Lt. Cr. on Star)    (NEF)  £685


1062.  Group of Two
  A.G.S.  1 Bar Samalilland 1908-10.  Pte. Ghulam Muhammad.  127 Baluch L.I.
  B.W.M.  Jemdr. Ghulam Mohd.  127 Baluchis.   
   Enlisted 1-6-1908.  Promoted Jemadar May 1918, and Subadar in June 1921, and last appears in the Indian  Army list of 1929.  Served Somaliland 1908-10, in operations in East Africa and Egypt March 1915 to Jan 1919,  and on the N.W. Frontier of India, Oct. 1919 to March 1921.  He was awarded the I.O.M. 2nd Class as Havaldar  by G.G.O. No. 894 of 9-6-1917 for service in East Africa.    (VF)  £325


1063.  Group of Four
  A.G.S.  1 Bar Nyalaland 1915.  F.C. Toogood.  Nyasaland Vol Res. 
  1914-15 Star.  Vol. F.C. Toogood.  Vol. Nyasaland F.F.
  B.W.M. and Victory  (M.I.D.)  Lieut. F.C. Toogood. -  L/G 7-3-1918    (NEF)  £1145
PHOTOS


1064.  Group of Four
  A.G.S.  1 Bar Nyasaland 1915.  F. Maiden.  Nyasaland Vol. Res.
  1914-15 Star.  Vol. F. Maiden  F.F.
  B.W.M. and Victory.  Lieut. F. Maiden.   (NEF)  £950
PHOTOS


1065.  Group of Two
  Tibet 1903-4  1 Bar Gyantse.  Silver.  Nk. Abdulla.  6th Mule Corps.
  I.G.S. 1908.  1 Bar NWF 1908.  Dvr. Abdulla  6th Mule Corps.   Regimental No. 4 on both medals.   (VF)  £750


PHOTOS


1067.  Group of Four
  1914-15 Star.  W. Cruttenden.  Fmn.  M.F.A.
  B.W.M. and Mercantile Marine War Medal.  William C. Cruttenden
  Victory Medal.  W. Cruttenden.  Fmn.  M.F.A.    Sold with some career details etc..    Mounted as worn.    (NEF)  £150


1068.  Group of Two
  B.W.M. and Mercantile Marine War Medal..  James H. Grant.  Verified.  (NEF)  £64



1072.  Group of Two
  Territorial Force War Medal.  Gnr. A.C. John  R.A.
  Territorial Force Efficiency Medal.  Gnr - L/Bmbr. A.C. John.  R.G.A.  (NEF)  £215


1073.  Group of Two
  B.W.M.  C.Q.M. Sgt. T.W. Rolfe  A.S.C.
  Meritorious Service Medal  (M.S.M.)  Geo. V  1st type.  C.Q.M. Sgt. T.W. Rolfe  R.A.S.C.  (L/G 3.6.1919)  (NEF)  £175


1074.  Group of Four
  1914-15 Trio.  Lieut. E.G. Franks  R.N.R.
  R.N.R. Decoration - Geo. V.  (L/G 26.11.1929 - Lt. Cdr)
    Recipient was placed on retired list with rank of Commander on 21.1.1913.  (GVF)  £345



1077.  Group of Four
  1914-15 Trio.  L/Sgt. T.T. Facey.  R.M.L.I. (Pte on Star)
  R.N.  LSGC  Geo. V.  1st type.  T. Facey.  Sgt.  R.M.  Mounted as worn.
  Sold with two bronze medallions. 1 - “Royal Naval, Military, and Air Force Tournament “ named on reverse  “Cpl. T. Facey R.M.L.I.”.  In fitted case with “Bayonet Team HMS Impregnable” in gold leaf on lid, and 2 - “Royal Marines Winning Platoon 1927.  Somewhat polished  (NVF)  £195



1079.  Group of Five
  1914-15 Trio.  Pte. W. Moore.  12th Infantry (S. Africa)  Bi-Lingual Victory Medal.
  Africa Service Medal and War Medal 1939-45.   W. Moore.    (NEF)  £175


1083.  Group of Five  -  Father and Son

  Father  -  B.W.M. and Victory.  Gnr. W. Osborne  R.A.  (Complete with forwarding box & registered envelope)

  Son    -  1939-45 and France & Germany Stars  War Medal.  -  With condolence slip named to Capt. W.G. Osborne and forwarding box addressed to W. Osborne Esq..  Capt. Osborne died, aged 22, serving with 1st Northamptonshire Yeomanry, R.A.C., and is buried in Hanover War Cemetery.  Also included is a letter of condolence from Buckingham Palace, and an original  letter to W. Osborne Esq., from the War Office dated 1-6-1946, informing him as to where his son is  buried.  (NEF)  £230


1086.  Group of Three
  B.W.M. and Victory.  Lieut. B.H. Wood.    Defence Medal.    (NEF)  £85



1090.  Group of Three
  1914 Star.  A.E. Doncaster.  B.R.C.S. & O. St. J.J.
  B.W.M. and Victory.  2/Lieut. A.E. Doncaster.  R.A.F.  We understand that recipient was shot down.   (NEF)  £575


1091.  Group of Three
  I.G.S.  1 Bar NWF 1908.  Pte. G. Bailiff.  1st Bn. Seaforth Highrs.
  1914 Star and B.W.M.  Pte. G. Bailiff.  1/Sea. Highrs.  (Victory Medal missing)   Sold with M.I.C. etc..    (GVF)  £270


1093.  Group of Two
  B.W.M. and Mercantile Marine War Medal.  Harold G. Nixon.    Recipient was serving as a storekeeper aboard  the Lusitania when it was torpedoed and sunk by the German submarine U.20 on 7th May 1915.  He survived this  action and was rescued from the sea and was landed at Queenstown, Ireland.  He returned to sea after the Lusitania disaster and continued to serve with the Cunard Steam Ship Company.  On 27-3-1917 he was serving as Chief Steward on board the S.S. Thracia, en route from Bilbao to Ardrossan in  Scotland, when it was torpedoed and sunk by the German submarine UC.69 with the loss of thirty-six crew members  (including recipient.  He is commemorated on the Mercantile Marine Memorial at Tower Hill, London.   (NEF)  £1150


1094.  Group of Four
  B.W.M. and Victory.  Cpl. F.S. Back.  Devon Regt.
  Territorial Force War Medal.  Cpl. F.S. Back.  Devon Regt.
  Territorial Force Efficy. Medal.  Geo. V.  Cpl.-A/Sgt. F.S. Back.  4/Devon R.    (NEF)  £385


1096.  Group of Four
  1914 Star Trio.  A.S. Sgt. P. Rice.  A.S.C.  (Dvr. Wheeler on Star)
  L.S.G.C.  Geo. V.  1st type.  Whlr. Dvr. P. Rice  R.A.S.C.  (GVF)  £185



1098.  Group of Four
  1914 Star Trio.  Pte. P.C. Clements.  1/Bedford Regt.
  Territorial Efficiency Medal.  Geo. V.  Pte. P. Clements.  8 - A. & S. H.  (NEF)  £265


1099.  Group of Four
  1914-15 Trio.  Sgt. J. Harrison  R.A.M.C.  (Cpl on Star  The Star has been nicely gilded.
  Meritorious Service Meal (M.S.M.)  Geo. V.  1st type.  Sgt. J. Harrison.  R.A.M.C.
    M.S.M. - L/G 18-1-1919  (France and Flanders)    (NEF)  £285


1103.  Group of Two
  B.W.M. and Mercantile Marine War Medal.  Sidney Hyam.   (GVF)  £55


1104.  Group of Four
  1914 Star Trio.  Sgt. A.H. Phillips.  M.P.S.C.  (Military Provost Staff Corps)
  L.S.G.C.  Geo. V.  1st type.  Sgt. A.H. Phillips.  M.P.S.C.  (GVF)  £445


1105.  Group of Four
  1914 Trio.  T.W.O. Cl. 1.  P.J. Marshall  A.O.C.  (Amt. S. Sgt on Star)
  L.S.G.C.  Geo. V.  1st type.  W.O. Cl. 11.  P.J. Marshall.  R.A.O.C.    Mounted as worn.   (NEF)  £360


1106.  Group of Four
  1914-15 Trio.  Pnr. P. Quance  R.E.
  Silver Medal 1¾” diameter, fitted with ring suspender.  Tangyes Ltd., Engineers, Birmingham.  Cornwall Works,  Soho.  Twenty five Years Service. Named “P. Quance.  September 1927.   (NEF)  £120


1107.  Group of Eight
  B.W.M. and Victory.  R. Higgins.  E.R.A.4.  R.N.
  1939-45 and Pacific Stars.   Defence and War Medals.
  G.S.M.  1 Bar Malaya.  Geo. V1.  A.S.P.  R. Higgins.  Fed. Of Malaya Police.
  Colonial Police Medal for Meritorious Service  Geo. V1  2nd type.  Asst. Supt. Robert Higggins.  Fed. Malaya  Police. Mounted as worn.   (NEF)  £695


1108.  Group of Five
  B.W.M. and Victory.  Gnr. R.G. Snewin  R.A.
  Defence Medal (in forwarding box addressed to recipient)
  L.S.G.C.  Geo. V.  1st  type.  S/Sgt. R.G. Snewin  R.A.
  Sold with silver sports medallion, 1½” diameter  -  Gibraltar Command Sports Club.  Reverse engraved  “Gibraltar Garrison Inter-Company 1922-23.  R.G. Snewin”.  (NEF)  £115


1109.  Group of Four
  1914-15 Trio.  Pte. F. Newell  Coldsteam Gds.
  Imperial Service Medal.  Frederick George Newell.   Mounted for display.  (NEF)  £230



1111.  Group of Four
  1914-15 Trio.  Cpl. G.J. Rule.  R.F.A.
  Terr. Force Efficiency Medal.  Geo. V.  Bmbr. G.J. Rule.  R.F.A.    (NEF)  £130


1112.  Group of Four
  1914-15 Trio.  Dvr. C.H.F. Baker.  A.S.C.
  Terr. Force Efficiency Medal.  Dvr. C.H.F. Baker.  R.A.S.C.  (NEF)  £130



1114.  Group of Four
  1914-15 Trio.  A/W.O. Cl. 2.  W. Tweedie.  Lothian & Border Horse.  (L/Sgt on Star.)
  T.F.E.M.  Geo. V.  Cpl. W. Tweedie.  Loth. & Bord. H. Sold with three original identity discs.   (NEF)  £465


1115.  Group of Four
  1914-15 Trio.  Sgt. W. Turner.  R.F.A. 
  T.F.E.M.  Geo. V.  Sgt. W. Turner  R.F.A.   (GVF)  £145
 

1117.  Group of Three
  B.W.M. and Victory.  Capt. H.H. Bamford.
  Territorial Decoration  (T.D.)  Geo. V.  -  with top pin bar “Canada”.  Major (Pmr) H.H. Bamford.
    April 1917 Army list show recipient as Quarter Master, Hon. Capt.  128 Bn. Canadian Infy.  T.D. in case of issue  (NEF)  £475


1118.  Group of Three
  B.W.M.  A.  W.O. Cl.1.  E.J. Theobalds  C.A.D.C.
  Meritorious Service Medal (M.S.M.)  Geo. V 1st type.  Cpl-A.S. Mjr.  E.J. Theobalds  Canadian A.D.C. (L/G 12-12-1919)
  Colonial Auxy Forces Long Service.  Geo. V.  A/Sgt. E.J. Theobalds.  C.C.F.C.  (renamed)
  The medals have been lacquered.    (GVF)  £315


1119.  Group of Four
  1914 Star Trio.  Sgt. D. Dorward.  A.S.C.  (L/Cpl. on Star)
  Imperial Service Medal.  Geo. V1.  1st type.  David Darward. Mounted for wear.  (NEF)  £135


1120.  Group of Four
  1914-15 Star.  Paymaster R.J.D. Bishop.  R.N.R.
  B.W.M. and Victory.  Payr. Lt.-Cdr. R.J.D. Bishop.
  R.N.R. Decoration  -  Geo. V.  Mounted as worn.   (NEF)  £395


1121.  Group of Four
  1914 Star and Bar Trio.  Pte. W. Watt.  8/R. Scots.  (“slide-on” type bar)
  Terr. Efficy. Medal.  Geo. V.  Pte.-L/Cpl. W.R. Watt.  8-R. Scots. Mounted as worn. (NEF)  £410
PHOTOS


1122.  Group of Nine
  B.W.M. and Victory.  Capt. R.A. Warters.
  I.G.S.  1 Bar NWF 1937-39.  Lt. Col. R.A. Warters.  I.M.S.
  1939-45 and Pacific Stars.    War Medal 1939-45.    India Service Medal 1939-45
  Silver Jubilee Medal 1935.  Coronation Medal 1937. 
Recipient was taken P.O.W. by the Japanese at the Fall of Singapore. (NEF)  £795
PHOTOS


1123.  Group of Five
  Family Group  -  Brother and Sister.
   
1.  1914 Star Trio.  Miss L.M. Nalsmith.  Q.A.I.M.N.S.R. (Star).  Sister L.M. Nalsmith (Pair)

2. B.W.M. & Victory.  2/Lieut. J.C.D. Nalsmith.  (Commissioned 13-5-1917 - R.F.A. - S.R.) (NEF)  £765


1124.  Group of Four
  1914-15 Trio.  Sepoy Nawrose.  33-Punjabis  (Sepoy Nowroze Khan on Star - same number)
  I.G.S.  1 Bar Afghan NWF 1919.  Sepoy Nowroze 1/33/Pjbs.
   Sold with bronze sports medal - “Poona and Bombay Districts - Assault at Arms - Alarm Race 1924-25”  Sy Nauroz Khan ‘A’ Coy 3/16 P.R.     (VF)  £400


1125.  Group of Three
  B.W.M. and Victory.  G.E. Collom.  E.R.A.2.  R.N.
  R.N.  LSGC  Geo. V.  1st type.  G.E. Collom.  E.R.A.2.  HMS Pembroke.   (GVF)  £110
PHOTO



1127.  Group of Three
  B.W.M. and Victory.  J.A.I. Williams  E.R.A.2.  R.N.
  R.N.  LSGC  Geo. V.  1st type.  J.A.I. Williams  E.R.A.  I. Cl.  HMS Columbine.   (GVF)  £110
PHOTOS


1128.  Group of Two
  B.W.M.  Pte. W. Rollins.  18 Bn.  I.D.F.
  L.S.G.C.  Edw. V11  Sgt. W. Rollins.  I.T. Dept.  (GVF)  £135
PHOTOS


1129.  Group of Four
  1914-15 Trio.  Bmbr. H.G. Wood.  R.F.A./R.A.
  Borough Polytechnic Institute Fire Brigade.
  Jubilee Medal 1911 - Bronze.  Section Officer H.G. Wood.  Mounted as worn.    (NEF)  £290


1130.  Group of Four
  1914 Star.  Dmr. R. Smith.  6/Cheshire R.
  B.W.M. and Victory.  Cpl. R. Smith.  Cheshire R.   
  Territorial Force Efficiency Medal - Geo. V.  Pte.-L/Cpl. R. Smith.  6/Cheshire R.
   Sold with Photostat copy of recipient in uniform.   (GVF)  £350


1131.  Group of Four
  1914-15 Trio.  Pte. W.J. Boyle.  A.S.C.
  Efficiency Medal - “India”  Geo. V1.  Gnr. W.J. Boyle.  Bengal Artillery.  A.F.I.   (VF)  £135
 

1132.  Group of Four
  1914 Star Trio.  Dvr. F.J. Churchill  R.E.  (S. & C.S.  F. Churchill  R.E. on Star)
  L.S.G.C.  Geo. V.  1st type.  Spr. F.J. Churchill.  R.E.   Mounted as worn.  (GVF)  £215
PHOTOS


1133.  Group of Four
  1914-15 Trio.  A/Cpl. J. Frankland.  9-Lancers.
  L.S.G.C.  Geo. V.  Top Bar ‘India’  S-Condr.  J. Frankland.  I.A.O.C.   (NEF)  £275



1136.  Group of Four
  1914 Star and Bar Trio.  T.W.O. Cl. 1.  W.R. Brown  R.E.  (2. Cpl. on Star)  -  Original Bar)
  L.S.G.C.  Geo. V.  1st type.  Sgt. W.R. Brown.  R.E.   Mounted as worn.   (NEF)  £245


1137.  Group of Two
  B.W.M.  Lieut. A.J. Hobley
  G.S.M.  1 Bar Palestine 1945-48.  Major A.J. Hobley.  R.A.  (NEF)  £235


1138.  Group of Four
  1914-15 Trio.  Pte. J. Francis.  R.M.L.I.
  Coronation Medal 1953    (NEF)  £125


1139.  Group of Four
  1914-15 Trio.  Eng. S. Lieut. J. Nicol.  R.N.R.
  Mercantile Marine War Medal.  John Nicol.   (NEF)  £255


1140.  Group of Three
  B.W.M. and Victory.  Gnr. H. Seagrove  R.A.
  L.S.G.C.  Geo. V.  1st type.  Musician H. Seagrove.  R.G.A.
   Sold with a heart shaped silver nameplate taken from a cigarette box, engraved “Presented to Musician H.  Seagrove by the R.G.A. Band on his Retiring 1921”.  M.I.C. confirms no entitlement to Star.  (NEF)  £220


1141.  Group of Four
  1914-15 Trio.  Pte. E. Grant.  R.M.L.I.  (B.W.M. erased)
  R.N.  LSG  Geo. V.  1st type.  Edward Grant.  Private.  R.M.L.I.
   Sold with Coronation Medal 1911 in gilt bronze, 35 mm diameter with ship on reverse and anchor shaped suspender.  Believed to be designed by A. Toft for the Birmingham Mint.  Copy papers record recipient as dying  in R.N. hospital, Great Yarmouth, on 20-9-1919, aged 35.  (GVF)  £180


1142.  Group of Three
B.W.M. and Victory.  A/Sgt. R.G. Lean.  Northampton R.
Meritorious Service Medal (M.S.M.)  Geo. V. A/Sgt. Instructor Lean  A.G. Staff  (Army Gymnastic Staff)
  M.S.M. - L/G 17-6-1918 “In recognition of valuable services rendered with the forces in France”.   (NEF)  £375


1143.  Group of Four
1914 Star.  Gnr. J. Cockerill.  R.M. Brigade
B.W.M. and Victory.  Gnr. C.J. Cockerill  R.M.A.
  R.N.  LSGC  -  Victoria.  C.J. Cockerill.  Gunr.  R.M.A.   (NEF)  £555


1144.  Group of Four
  1914-15 Star Trio.  Cpl. E. Crouch  A.S.C.  (Pte. on Star)
  L.S.G.C.  Geo. V.  1st type.  W.O. Cl. 11.  E. Crouch  R.A.S.C.  Mounted as worn.    (GVF)  £235


1145.  Group of Five
  B.W.M. and Victory.  Lieut. R.N.W. Jeff  R.A.F.
  1939-45 and Africa Stars.  War Medal.  Africa Service Medal.  -  All named R.N.W. Jeff.

   Recipient enlisted into the 28th London Regt.  (Artists Rifles) on 27-5-1916, and was discharged to commission  as 2/Lieut Royal Flying Corps on 3-4-1917 and trained as an Observer and was posted to 48 Sqn. After completion  of training.  Whilst taking part in a photography mission on 11-8-1917, his aircraft (Bristol Fighter) was hit by A.A. fire and the petrol tank bottom was blown out and was forced to land and Lt. Jeff was taken prisoner.  He was  repatriated in December 1918.  Sold with copy papers referring to W.W.1.  -  W.W.2. Service un-researched .   Mounted as worn.    (NEF)  £850
 

 
1146.  Group of Four
  1914-15 Trio.  Capt. T.T. Nesbitt.  (Lieut. W. Riding on Star)
  War Medal 1939-45.
   Recipient died, aged 47 whilst serving on the General List, on 10-6-1940 and is commemorated on Panel 3  of Golders Green Crematorium Memorial.  (EF)  £325


1147.  Group of Three
  B.W.M. and Victory.  Sepoy Mir Baz.  1/22 Punjabis.
  I.G.S.  1 Bar Afghan NWF 1919.  Sepoy Mir Baz.  1/22 Pjbs. Somewhat polished. (NVF)  £225


1148.  Group of Five
  B.W.M. and Victory.  W.O. Carr.  A.B.  R.N.
  N.G.S.  1 Bar Palestine 1936-1939.  Bosun W.O. Carr  R.N.
  Defence and War Medals.
   Sold with copy papers which show enlisting for Boy Service and later commissioned and retiring with the rank  of Lieutenant.    Mounted for display.    (GVF)  £290


1149.  Group of Four
  1914 Star and Bar (slide on type) Trio.  A-W.O. Cl. 2.  L. Pay.  W. York R.  (Sgt 2/W. York R on Star)
  L.S.G.C.  Geo. V.  1st type  Sgt. L. Pay.  W. York R.  Mounted as worn.    (GVF)  £350


1150.  Group of Four
  1914-15 Trio. A-2 Cpl. A. Denne  R.E.  (Victory erased)
  Terr. Force Efficiency Medal.  Geo. V.  Spr.-A/Cpl. A. Denne  R,E,  Sold with M.I.C.    (NEF)  £92
PHOTOS


1151.  Group of Three
  1914-15 Star & B.W.M.  W.H. Cousins.  Sto. 1.  R.N. 
  R.N. LSGC  Geo. V.  1st type.  W.H. Cousins.  Sto. 1.  HMS Vivid. Victory missing.  (VF)  £100


1152.  Group of Four
  1914-15 Trio.  F.W. Jacobs.  P.O.  R.N.  (L.S.  R.N. on Star)
  R.N. LSGC  Geo. V. 1st type.  F.W. Jacobs.  P.O.  HMS Vivid.    (VF)  £145


1153.  Group of Four
  1914 Star Trio.  Pte. A. Simpson.  3/Rifle Bde.    
  Imperial Service Medal.  Geo. V1  1st type.  Aylesbury Thomas Arthur Simpson.  Sold with M.I.C.  (NEF)  £215


1154.  Group of Three
  1914-15 Star.  A.A. Smith.  L. Sto.  R.N.   Victory Medal.  A. Smith.  Act.  S.P.O.  R.N.
  R.F.R.  LSGC  Geo. V.  2nd type.  A. Smith.  S.P.O.  R.F.R.  (B.W.M. missing)    (NEF)  £95


1156.  Group of Two
  A.G.S.  1 Bar Somaliland 1920.  J.C.T. Harris.  Act. Sto. I. Cl.  HMS Clio.
  R.N.  LSGC  Geo. V.  2nd type.  J.C.T. Harris.  S.P.O.  HMS Rochester. A.G.S. polished.(VF)  £335


1157.  Group of Four
  G.S.M.  1 Bar Iraq.  Pte. B.S. Wolf-Milner.  R. Fus.
  Defence and War Medals
  Efficiency Decoration  Geo. V  (GR1) with top pin bar “Nigeria”  Reverse named “Capt Basil S. Wolf-Milner. (NEF)  £695


1158.  Group  of Two
  G.S.M.  2 Bars Iraq/N.W. Persia.  Gnr. T.E. Shubart  R.A.
  L.S.G.C.  Geo. V.  “Regular Army”.  Bmbr. T.E. Shubart.  R.A .  Sold with handsome gilt and enamel R.A.O.B. medal, with top pin bar “Egypt”.  Reverse  -  “Member of the Province
  of Egypt.  Bro.  T.E. Shubart”.  (GVF)  £245
PHOTOS



1160.  Group of Two
  Family Pair  -  Husband and Wife.

  I.G.S.  1Bar Afghan NWF 1919.  Condr. H.J. Hoberts.  Ordnance Dept.
  I.G.S.  1 Bar Afghan NWF 1919.  Clerk Mrs. Roberts.  Ordnance Dept.
    Please note  -  Different initials on surnames.  (NEF)  £475


1161.  Group of Four
  I.G.S.  1 Bar NWF 1930-31.  Sigmn. Sadar Ud Din.  I.S.C.
  1939-45 and Pacific Stars.   War Medal 1939-45.
   Recipient was K.I.A., aged 35, whilst serving with the Indian Signals Corps in Malaya on 28-1-1942 and is  commemorated on the Singapore (unmaintable graves) Memorial, Singapore.    (VF)  £220


1162.  Group of Two
  I.G.S.  1 Bar NWF 1930-31.  Sgln.  H.C. Sutherland.  R. Signals.
  G.S.M.  1 Bar Palestine.  Sgln.  H.C. Sutherland.  R. Signals.   (NEF)  £175


1164.  Group of Three
  I.G.S.  1 Bar NWF 1935.  Pte. T. Gillespie.  H.L.I.
  G.S.M.  1 Bar Palestine.  Pte. T. Gillespie  H.L.I. War Medal 1939-45
  Bronze Regimental Sports Medal  -  1¾” diameter  -  Allan Cup October 1932 - Cross Country Running.  First  three mounted as worn.    (NEF)  £265
PHOTOS


1169.  Group of Six
  G.S.M.  1 Bar Palestine.  Pte. L. Edmondstone.  R.A.M.C.
  1939-45, Africa, and Italy Stars.  Defence and War Medals.  (NEF)  £150


1170.  Group of Seven
  G.S.M. Palestine.  Pte. J. Midgley.  King’s Only.
  1939-45 and Africa Stars.   Defence and War Medals.
  Queens Korea.  Capt. J.E. Midgley.  R.E.    U.N. Korea.   (NEF)  £475


1171.  Group of Seven
  N.G.S.  1 Bar Palestine 1936-1939.  W.J.A. Fisher  A.B.  R.N.
  1939-45, Atlantic, and Africa Stars.     Defence and War Medals.
  R.N.  LSGC.  Geo. V1.  1st type.  W.J.A. Fisher.  A.B.  HMS Vernon.  (NEF)  £315


1172.  Group of Five
  G.S.M.  2 Bars Palestine/Malaya.  Mr. J.R. Harris.
  1939-45 and Africa Stars.  Defence and War Medals. Mounted as worn.   (NEF)  £255
PHOTOS


1173.  Group of Four
  N.G.S.  1 Bar Palestine 1936-1939.  F.J. Timms  A/P.O. Tel.  R.N.
  1939-45 and Atlantic Stars.   War Medal 1939-45. 
   Recipient died, aged 42, on 15-10-1943 whilst serving with HMS ‘Archer’ and is buried in Cowle  (S.S. Mary and John) Churchyard.    (NEF)  £275


1174.  Group of Seven
  N.G.S.  1 Bar Palestine 1936-1939.  T.H. King  A.B.  R.N.
  1939-45, Africa, and Burma Stars.   War Medal 1939-45.
  R.F.R.  LSGC  Geo. V1.  2nd type.  T.H. King.  P.O.  R.F.R.  £250


1175.  Group of Eight
  G.S.M.  1 Bar Palestine.  Gnr. J. Sexton  R.A.
  1939-45, Africa (8th Army) and Italy Stars.  Defence and War Medals.  Coronation Medal 1953
  L.S.G.C.  Eliz. 11  1st type “Regular Army”.  Sgt. .J. Sexton  R.A.
    G.S.M. verified (7th Medium Regt R.A.) and Coronation Medal confirmed (Sgt. R.A.)  Mounted for display. (GVF)  £275
PHOTO



1179.  Group of Six
  1939-45 and France & Germany Stars.    Defence and War Medals..
  G.S.M.  1 Bar Malaya.  Geo. V1.  Capt. A.J. Morgan.  R.A.S.C.
  Coronation Medal 1953.  Major 7-9-54.    Mounted as worn.    (GVF)  £205


1181.  Group of Three
  Defence and War Medals.
  G.S.M.  1 Bar Cyprus Capt. D.C. Sydney.  R. Signals.    Mounted as worn.  (NEF)  £170


1182.  Group of Five
  1939-45 and Burma Stars.   Defence and War Medals  (M.I.D.)
  G.S.M.  1 Bar S.E. Asia 1945-46  - Capt. R.A. Deaves .  R. Signals.     .  M.I.D.  -  L/G 19.9.1946 -  “In recognition of gallant and distinguished services in Burma”.  Mounted for display.    (NEF)  £365


1183.  Group of Five
1939-45 and Burma Stars.    Defence and War Medals.
L.S.G.C.  Geo. V1. 1st type “Regular Army” Sgt. E.G. Murphy.  R.E. Mounted as worn (NEF)  £120


1184.  Group of Six
  1939-45, Africa, Italy, and France & Germany Stars.   War Medal 1939-45
  Efficiency Medal “Territorial”  Geo. V1  1st type.  Sgt. T. Grierson.  6 - A & S Highrs.  (NEF)  £165


1185.  Group of Five
  1939-45 and France & Germany Stars.    Defence and War Medals.
  Police Exemplary Service.  Eliz. 11  2nd type.  Const. James Mackie.  Mounted as worn.  (NEF)  £100


1186.  Group of Five
  1939-45 and France & Germany Stars.   Defence and War Medals.
  Efficiency Medal “Militia”.  Geo. V1  2nd type.  Cpl. J. Chesters.  R. Signals.   (NEF)  £140


1188.  Group of Five
  1939-45 and Pacific (Burma) Stars.    Defence and War Medals.
  N.G.S.  1 Bar Near East.  S. Lieut. K.J. Pullyblank.  R.N.    Mounted as worn.    (NEF  £285


1189.  Group of Six
  1939-45, Africa, and Italy Stars.   Defence and War Medals.
  Fire Service Exemplary Service Medal.  Fireman Ronald W. Ellis.
   Sold with two silver sports medals.  - 1. 1½” diameter, engraved “1st Bn. D.C.L.I. Boys P.T. Test Nov. 1933.  Boy R. Wells”.  2.  1¼” diameter, engraved “Razmak Bde. Cross Country Run.  1935 Winning Team”.    Sold with copy papers which show enlistment in the D.C.L.I., later transferring to the 4th Bn. Para Regt. A.R.C.  in 1941.  He was wounded in action in Greece on 3.1.1945.  In 1943, as an R/Sgt he was reduced to rank of Cpl.  for “negligently discharging a colt pistol thereby wounding a private soldier.  First five medals mounted as worn.   (GVF)  £750



1192.  Group of Three
  1939-45 Star.   War Medal 1939-445/
  Fire Service Exemplary Service.  Sub. Offr.  William Frew.
  Spr. W. Frew  R.E. was taken P.O.W. and was held in Stalag 4 D/Z in Annaburg.  (NEF)  £100


1193.  Group of Three
  1939-45 and Africa Stars.    War Medal.    Attributed to Sig. D.P. Hawkins, R. Corps of Signals, 4 Air Form Sigs  (The North Somerset Yeomanry) who was K.I.A., aged 25, on 30-12-1942, and is buried in Benghazi War Cemetery.  He resided in Fulham.    Sold with medal forwarding slip and medal forwarding box addressed to his wife.  (NEF)  £135



1196.  Group of Eight
  1939-45, Africa, Italy, and France & Germany Stars.    Defence and War Medals.
  G.S.M. - G. V1  2 Bars  Malay/Near East.  M.I.D.  Major E.A. Sinnock.  R. Signals.
  Efficiency Medal.  Gel. V1  2nd type. “Territorial”  Lieut. E.A. Sinnock.  R. Sigs.
    Born 4-1-1916.  Commissioned 3-7-1943  Lt. Colonel 31-10-1959.  Retired 29-12-1961.  Mounted as worn. (NEF)  £300 



1198.  Group of Four
  1939-45 and Atlantic Stars.  Defence and War Medals.
  N.G.S.  1 Bar  Near East.  K.J. Richards.  P.O. Ck. 1. (S)  R.N.  (Official correction to “har” of surname)  (NEF)  £170


1199.  Group of Seven
  1939-45, Africa (8th Army), and Italy Stars.    Defence and War Medals.
  Efficiency Decoration.  G. V1 R  Dated 1949, with extra service bar 1950.  Complete with top bar “Territorial”
  U.S.A.  -  Bronze Star.    Mounted as worn.   (NEF)  £265 
 

1200.  Group of Five
  1939-45 and Africa Stars.    Defence and War Medals.  All named 91069 M.D. Smeaton.
  Africa Service Medal 1939-45.  M.D. Smeaton.
    Sold with copy papers which show Millicent Doreen Smeaton enlisting in the S.A.M.N.S. as a Staff Nurse and  later being promoted Nursing Sister.  Medals verified.    Also included are three unofficial medals - one commemorating the Royal visit to South Africa 1947, and  two commemorating the Independence of Malawi 6-7-1966 (Both different)   (NEF)  £285


1201.  Group of Three
  Defence and War Medals.
  G.S.M  -  G. V1.  1 Bar  Malaya.  Pte. T. Wilson.  Seaforth Highrs. Mounted as worn. (NEF)  £110


1202.  Group of Five
  1939-45 and France and Germany Stars.  Defence and War Medals  (M.I.D.)
  Efficiency Decoration  -  G.V1. R.  dated 1949 - with extra service bar, complete with top bar “Territorial”    Un-named group.   Mounted as worn.    (NEF)  £255


1203.  Group of Three
  Defence and War Medals
  Efficiency Medal - “Territorial” - G. V1.  1st type.  Lieut. R.B. Walker  R.A.  Mounted as worn.  (NEF)  £99


1204.  Group of Six
  1939-45, Italy, and France and Germany Stars.   Defence and War Medals.
  G.S.M.  1 Bar  Palestine 1945-48.  Pte. J.H. Triggs.  R. Warwick Regt.   (NEF)  £160


1206.  Group of Six
  1939-45, Africa (8th Army). And Italy Stars.    Defence and War Medals  (M.I.D.)
  Efficiency Medal.  Geo. V1.  1st type “Territorial”  Sgt. J.T. Black.  R.A.   Mounted as worn.    (NEF)  £100


1207.  Group of Five
  1939-45 and France and Germany Stars.   Defence and War Medals.
  Efficiency Medal.  Geo. V1.  1st type.  “Territorial”  Pte. R. Porteous.  A.C.C.
    Recipient died, aged 31 in Germany on 24-8-1945, and is buried in Munster Heath War Cemetery.  Sold with medal forwarding slip, letter forwarding Efficiency Medal, and medal forwarding box addressed to  recipients mother.  (NEF)  £150


1208.  Group of Five
  1939-45, Atlantic, and Africa Stars.    War Medal 1939-45
  N.G.S.  1 Bar  Near East.  G. Caird.   Recipient served in the Merchant Navy.  Born 17-10-17.  Died 1980.  (NEF)  £165



1210.  Group of Six
  1939-45 and Burma Stars.  Defence and War Medals.
  G.S.M. 1 Bar S.E. Asia 1945-48.  Capt. R. Hadwick  R.A.  Official correction to part of surname. Mounted as worn.   (NEF)  £195


1211.  Group of Three
  Defence and War Medals.
  Air Efficiency Award.  Geo. V1.  2nd type.  Act/Sgt A.F. Taylor  R. Aux. A.F.  Mounted as worn.   (NEF)  £175


1212.  Group of Four.  Family Group - Mother and Daughter
  Defence and War Medals.
  G.S.M.  1 Bar Malaya.  Geo. V1.  Mrs. J.G. Chandler (mounted as worn)  -  Together with -
  G.S.M.  1 Bar Malaya.  Eliz. 11.  Miss I.V. Chandler.  Order of St. John.  (Daughter of above)    (NEF)  £485


1213.  Group of Five
  1939-45 and France & Germany Stars. Defence and War Medals.
  G.S.M.  1 Bar Malaya.  Geo. V1.  Capt. B.P. Penney  Q.A.R.A.N.C
  Sold with army list details.  Born 25-1-1913.  Captain 13-3-1948.  Major 13-3-1957.  Retired 23-10-1965.    Mounted as worn.  (NEF)  £385


1214.  Group of Six
  1939-45, Africa, and Italy Stars.  Defence and War Medals.
  A.G.S.  1 Bar Kenya.  Capt. R.P. Hughes.  R.A.P.C.    Promoted Major 4-7-1955  (NEF)  £375


1215.  Group of Six
  1939-45, Africa and Italy Stars.   Defence and War Medals.
  Efficiency Medal “Territorial”  Geo. V1.  2nd type.  Sub.  M.C. Sandilands.  A.T.S. (NEF)  £195


1216.  Group of Three
  Defence and War Medals.
  Efficiency Medal “Territorial”  Eliz. 11.  2nd type.  Sgt. A.M. Hooper.  A.T.S.   (NEF)  £145


1217.  Group of Six
  1939-45, Atlantic, and Burma (Bar - Pacific) Stars.   War Medal 1939-45.
  Queens Korea.  J.E. Cole.  A.B.  R.N.  U.N. Korea.  (NEF)  £265


1218.  Group of Six
  1939-45, Atlantic, Africa, and Pacific (Burma) Stars.  War Medal 1939-45
  Efficiency Medal “Territorial”  Geo. V1  1st type.  Tpr. J. McGill.  Lothians. Mounted as worn.  (NEF)  £345


1219.  Group of Eight
  1939-45 and France and Germany Stars.  Defence and War Medals.
  Queens Korea.  Cpl. D.G. Hemming  R. Signals.  U.N. Korea.
  G.S.M.  1 Bar Near East.  Sgt. D.G. Hemmings.  R. Signals.   U.N. Medal for Cyprus.    (NEF)  £435


1220.  Group of Five
  Defence and War Medals.
  Queens Korea.  Major W.B. Hatcher.
  U.N. Korea.
  Coronation Medal 1953.
   Born 24-6-1918.  Commissioned 25-1-1941.  Major 13-6-1953.  Retired 28-3-1959.  Mounted as worn.  (NEF)  £395


1221.  Group of Eight
  1939-45, Africa, and Italy Stars.  Defence and War Medals.
  Queens Korea.  Sgt. J.S. Young.  Black Watch.
  U.N. Korea.
  C.S.M.  1 Bar Borneo.  Sgt. J.G. Young  R.A.P.C.  Second initial differs, but service number is the same.   (EF)  £450


1222.  Group of Two
  War Medal 1939-45
  G.S.M.  Geo. V1.  2 Bars Malaya/Cyprus.  Bdr. R.L. Doyle  R.A. Mounted as worn. (NEF)  £140


1223.  Group of Four
  Defence and War Medals.
  N.G.S.  1 Bar Near East.  El-Lieut.  R.H. Lander.  R.N.
  R.N.  LSGC  Geo. V1  1st type.  R.H. Lander.  P.O. Tel.  HMS President. 11.   Mounted as worn.    (NEF)  £300
PHOTOS


1224.  Group of Four
  1939-45 and Pacific Stars.   War Medal.  Australia Service Medal 1939-45.  VX 109544  J.D. Moseley.  Mounted as worn.   (NEF)  £125


1225.  Group of Three
  Defence and War Medals.
  Efficiency Medal “Territorial”  Geo. V1  2nd type.  Cpl. T. Forrester  A.T.S.    Mounted as worn.  (NEF)  £125


1226.  Group of Six
  1939-45 and France & Germany Stars.  Defence and War Medals.
  G.S.M.  1 Bar Malaya.  Geo. V1.  Sgt. G.R. Goodwin.  R.A.P.C.
  L.S.G.C.  Eliz. 11  2nd type “Regular Army”  S/Sgt. G.R. Goodwin  R.A.P.C. Mounted as worn.    (NEF)  £255


1227.  Group of Seven
  1939-45 and France & Germany Stars.    Defence and War Medals.
  G.S.M.  Eliz. 11  1 Bar Malaya.  S/Sgt. C.E. Campbell  R.E.M.E.
  L.S.G.C.  Eliz. 11  2nd type.  “Regular Army”  S/Sgt. C.E. Campbell  R.E.M.E.
  Efficiency Medal “Territorial”  Geo. V1.  1st type.  Bmbr. C. Campbell  R.A.  Mounted as worn.   (GVF)  £335
PHOTOS


1228.  Group of Six
  1939-45, Africa, and Italy Stars.    Defence and War Medals.
  G.S.M.  3 Bars Palestine 1945-48/Near East/Cyprus.  Dvr. D.S. Martin.  R. Signals.   Mounted as worn.  (NEF)  £375
PHOTOS


1229.  Group of Six
  1939-45, Africa, and Italy Stars.  Defence and War Medals.
  Efficiency Medal “Territorial”  Geo. V1.  1st type.  Gnr. R.C. Wallis  R.A.  Sold with forwarding box for W.W.2. Medals.    (EF)  £100


1230.  Group of Six
  1939-45, Africa (1st Army) and Italy Stars.   Defence and War Medals.
  Efficiency Medal “Militia”.  Geo. V1  2nd type.  Pte. J.R. Gatfield.  R.M.P.  Mounted as worn.    (NEF)  £170


1231.  Group of Four
  1939-45, and Africa (8th Army) Stars.  War Medal.  Africa Service Medal.  All named “28274 L.B. Gerber.”   Sold with copy papers which show recipient as serving in the R.L.I.  And later transferring to the South  African Pay Corps.    Mounted for display.  (NEF)  £80


1232.  Group of Four
  Defence and War Medals.
  G.S.M.  1 Bar Malaya.  Geo. V1.  Major S.J. Singer.  R.A.O.C.
  L.S.G.C.  Geo. V.  “Regular Army”  W.O. Cl. 2.  S.J. Singer.  R.A.    Mounted for display.  (NEF)  £250


1233.  Group of Two
  Defence Medal.  Police Exemplary Service.  Eliz. 11  2nd type.  Sgt. Fred Smith.   Mounted as worn.    (NEF)  £60
  

1234.  Group of Six
  1939-45 Atlantic (France & Germany), and Burma Stars.   Defence and War Medals.
  N.G.S. - 1 Bar Malaya.  Eliz. 11.  1st type.  S.E. Coe.  A.B.  R.N.   Mounted as worn.   (NEF)  £335
PHOTO


1235.  Group of Four
  1939-45 and Africa Stars.  War Medal 1939-4     C.S.M.  2 Bars South Arabia/Radfan.  Dvr. K. Law.  R.A.S.C. (second bar possibly a copy)    (NEF)  £110
PHOTOS


1236.  Group of Five
  1939-45, and Italy Stars.     Defence and War Medals.
  L.S.G.C.  Eliz. 11  1st type “Regular Army”.  Bdr. E. George.  R.A.    Mounted as worn.   (NEF)  £100
PHOTOS


1237.  Group of Seven
  1939-45, Africa, Italy, and France and Germany Stars.  Defence and War Medals.
  G.S.M.  1 Bar Palestine 1945-48.  Pte. J. Parnell  R.E.M.E.
   Recipient served with 3rd Infantry workshop unit, 6th Airborne Division in Palestine 1946-47.  Sold with  photograph album covering service, and two large Airborne Forces Golden Jubilee Medallions 1940-1990,  -  one  gilt and one heavy white metal.  Medals mounted for display together with bakelite R.E.M.E. badge.  Also  included in an Airborne Forces tie-pin.  (NEF)  £245
PHOTOS


1238.  Group of Six
  1939-45, Africa (8th Army), and Italy Stars.  Defence and War Medals.
  G.S.M.  1 Bar Palestine 1945-48.  Sigmn. J. Buchanan.  R. Signals.  Mounted as worn  (wrong order)    (NEF)  £155
PHOTOS


1239.  Group of Six
  1939-45 and Italy Star.   Defence and War Medals.
  Queens Korea.  Sgt. S.E. Oxley.  R. Tanks.   Mounted as worn.   (NEF)  £360



1242.  Group of Five
  1939-45, Africa, and Italy Stars.    War Medal 1939-45
  Efficiency Medal “Territorial”  Geo. V1.  1st type.  Gnr. J. Bellamy  R.A.  Mounted as worn.   (NEF)  £90
 


1244.  Group of Three
  Defence and War Medals.
  Efficiency Medal.  “Territorial”.  Geo. V1  2nd type.  Cpl. T. Forrester  A.T.S.  Mounted as worn.   (NEF)  £125


1245.  Group of Five
  Italy and France & Germany Stars.   Defence and War Medals.
  Efficiency “Territorial”  Geo. V1.  2nd type.  Lieut. M.G. Fry.  R.A.   Mounted as worn.  (NEF)  £110


1246.  Group of Three
  Defence Medal.
  Fire Service Exemplary Service Medal.  Eliz. 11.  Stn. Offr.  Joseph Calderwood.
  British Fire Services Assocn.  Bronze (10 yrs)  J. Calderwood.
Recipient was badly injured and burned by an explosion whilst attending a fire in a paint store at Bellshill,  Lanarkshire, on 7-1-1963, and died of his injuries a week later. 
Sold with copies of newspaper reports covering the incident, in which a second fire officer was killed.  Also  included is a photocopy of part of a page from the Motherwell Times of 25-1-1963 reporting Mr. Calderwood’s funeral with a picture of the cortege.
A scarce Fire Service Fatal Casualty Group.  Last two medals in boxes of issue. (EF)  £875



1249.  Group of Five
  1939-45, Atlantic, and Pacific Stars.  War Medal 1939-45.
  N.G.S.  1 Bar S.E. Asia 1945-46.  Lieut. R.J.E. Tate.  R.N.V.R.   (GVF)  £425


1250.  Group of Eight
  1939-45, Africa (8th Army), Italy and France & Germany Stars.    Defence and War Medals.  U.N. Korea Medal.
  L.S.G.C.  Eliz. 11  2nd type. “Regular Army”  Sgt. G.G. Battersby.  R.A.  Mounted as worn.   (GVF)  £165


1251.  Group of Four
  1939-45 Star.  Defence and War Medals.
  G.S.M.  -  1 Bar Palestine 1945-48.  Pte. K. Frost.  A.A.C.  (Army Air Corps)  Mounted as worn  (NEF)  £265


1252.  Group of Six
  1939-45, Africa (N. Africa 1942-43) and Italy Stars.    Defence and War Medals.
  G.S.M.  1 Bar Palestine 1945-48.  Sigmn. A. Stouph.  R. Signals.    Mounted for display.   (NEF)  £135


1253.  Group of Five
  1939-45 and France & Germany Stars.  Defence and War Medals.
  Efficiency Medal “Territorial”  Geo. V1  2nd type.  Cfn. C.W.S. Sparks.  R.E.M.E.
   Recipient died as a result of a motor accident in Germany on 9-2-1946, aged 25.  He is buried in Munster  Heath War Cemetery.  Sold with letters of sympathy, newspaper cutting, medal entitlement slip, covering letter  forwarding Efficiency Medal, and photographs of his grave (wooden cross).    (NEF)  £225


1254.  Group of Three
  1939-45 Star.   War Medal 1939-45  (M.I.D.)
  Efficiency Medal “Territorial”  Geo. V1  1st type.  S/Sgt. R. Knight.  R.A.P.C.
-  L/G 20-12-1940  -  Sold with original M.I.D. certificate.   (NEF)  £275


1255.  Group of Five
  1939-45 and Atlantic (France and Germany) Stars.
  Canadian Volunteer Service - with maple leaf clasp.   
  War Medal 1939-45 - silver - with M.I.D. emblem. 
  R.N.V.R.  LSGC  Geo. V1  1st type.  P.O.  M.J.T. Fortune  R.C.N.V.R.
L/G 4-7-1944 “For courage, resolution and skill aboard H.M. Canadian ship “Waskesiu” in successful  operations against u-boats in the Atlantic.
Scarce Canadian W.W.1 Naval Group. Mounted as worn.   (NEF)  £1100



1257.  Group of Five
  1939-45, Africa, and Burma Stars.  Defence and War Medals. Sold with illuminated certificate
  “Recording the gratitude of the citizens of Malvern to F.C. Bowers who, nobly serving King and Country in the  War of 1939-45, helped keep secure their precious heritage”.  Sold with photo of recipient.  Mounted as worn.  (NEF)  £78


1258.  Group of Six
  1939-45 and Atlantic Stars.    Defence and War Medals.
  N.G.S.  1 Bar Near East.  P. Foley  L.M. (E  R.N.   
  R.N.  LSGC  Geo. V.  2nd type.  P. Foley.  L.S.  HMS Victory.
  Contact marks and edge knocks on the last two medals.  (GF)  £215
PHOTOS


1259.  Group of Six
  1939-45 and Burma Stars.  Defence and War Medals
  Efficiency Decoration.  G. V1. R. dated 1950 - with bar dated 1950.  Complete with top “Territorial” pin bar.
  Special Constabulary Faithful Service.  Geo. V.  Crowned Head. Alfred H. Hood.   Mounted as worn.    (NEF)  £215


1261.  Group of Seven
  1939-45, Italy and France & Germany Stars.    Defence and War Medals.
  G.S.M.  1 Bar Malaya.  Geo. V1.  W.O. Cl. 1.  W.J.L. Leaker.  R.A.S.C.
  L.S.G.C.  Geo. V1  2nd type.  “Regular Army”.  W.O. Cl. I.  W.J.M. Leaker R.A.S.C.  Appointed Warrant Officer  Cl.I. on 9-1-1943.  First five mounted as worn.  (NEF)  £225


1262.  Group of Five
  1939-45 and Burma Stars.   Defence and War Medals.
  Efficiency Medal. “Territorial” Geo V1 2nd type.  Cfn. A. Gilbert  R.E.M.E.  Efficiency Medal in box of issue. (NEF)  £105


1263.  Group of Five
1939-45 and Burma Stars.  Defence and War Medals.
Efficiency Medal “Territorial”  Geo. V1.  1st type.  S. Sgt. B.E. Foster.  R.A.O.C.  Sold with   Efficiency Medal  box of issue.  (EF)  £115


1264.  Group of Two
  War Medal 1939-45
  G.S.M.  1 Bar S.E. Asia 1945-46/  L/Cpl. C.R. O’Neill.  R. Signals.  Mounted as worn.  (NEF)  £145
PHOTOS


1265.  Group of Five
  War Medal 1939-45.
  Queens Korea.  J.A. Stokes.  C(S)  R.N.  This medal is a copy, with engraved naming.
  U.N. Korea  -  Later issue.
  C.S.M.  1 Bar  Malay Peninsular.  J.A. Stokes.  Ldg. Ck. (S)  R.N.
  R.N.  LSGC  Eliz. 11  2nd type.  J.A. Stokes.  Ldg. Ck (S)  HMS Triumph.
Mounted as worn.    (NEF)  £245
PHOTOS


1266.  Group of Seven
  1939-45 and Africa (8th Army) Stars.
  Defence and War Medals.
  G.S.M.  Eliz. 11  1 Bar Malaya.  Major J.S. Southworth.  R.A.S.C.
  Coronation Medal 1953
  Efficiency Medal “Territorial”  Geo. V1  2nd type.  Capt. J.S. Southworth  R.A.S.C.
  Mounted as worn.    (NEF)  £345


1268.  Group of Five
  1939-45 and Italy Stars.   Defence and War Medals.
  Efficiency Medal “Territorial”  Geo. V1  1st type.  Gnr. J. Balfour  R.A.   (NEF)  £90


1269.  Group of Five
  1939-45, Africa (8th Army), and France and Germany Stars.   War Medal 1939-45
  Efficiency Medal - “Territorial”  Geo. V1.  1st type.  Cpl. T. Thomson.  R. Signals.    (NEF)  £120



1271.  Group of Five
  1939-45, Atlantic, and Burma Stars.  War Medal 1939-45
  N.G.S.  1 Bar Palestine 1945-48.  Cd. Gnr. (T)  J.H.S. Barrett.  R.N.
Recipient originally enlisted in the R.N. as P/JX 132317 in the Gunnery Branch (Torpedo), and was   commissioned towards the end of the war.  He later became a commissioned Electrical Officer (L), and promoted Lieut. W.E.F.  1.4.1956.  He retired as Elect. Lt. Cdr. on 22-12-1961. (NEF)  £295


1272.  Group of Four
  Defence and War Medals
  Meritorious Service Medal  (M.S.M.)  Geo. V1  2nd type.  W.O. Cl.1.  E.T. Moore  R.A.S.C.
  L.S.G.C.  Geo. V.  1st type  W.O. Cl. 11  E.T. Moore  R.A.S.C.
  Sold with 3 original warrant parchments - W.O. Class 11. - W.E.F. 1-12-1925.  -  W.O. Class 1 - W.E.F. 25-5-1931 and W.O.  W.E.F.  8-7-1939 (re-call for W.W.2.)  Also included are three original studio photographs of recipient in uniform, life membership card of the R.A.C. Regimental Assocn, and other related letters etc.  (EF)  £310


1273.  Group of Four
  1939-45 Star.    Defence and War Medals.
  Imperial Service Medal.  Eliz. 11  2nd type.  Charles Stanley Watkins.
   Sold with an ornate heavy silver and enamel R.A.O.B. medal  -  The reverse engraved “Presented to Bro. C.S.  Watkins as a mark of esteem upon being raised to the 2nd Degree.  July 24th 1922”  (EF)  £75


1274.  Group of Five
  1939-45, Africa, and Italy Stars. 
  Defence Medal.
  G.S.M. 1 Bar Palestine 1945-48.  Cpl. A.W. Huggins  R. Signals.
   Also entitled to War Medal 1939-45.   Mounted as worn (in wrong order!)  (NEF)  £120


1275.  Group of Three
  1939-45 and Africa Stars.   War Medal 1939-45.  Sold with condolence slip named to A.C.I.  N.G. Thompson.  (R.A.F.V.R.)  Recipient was K.I.A. in North Africa, on 31-5-1941 & is commemorated on the Alamein  Memorial.  (EF)  £678


1276.  Group of Five
  1939-45, Africa, and Italy Stars.    War Medal 1939-45.
  Efficiency Medal.  “Territorial”  Geo. V1  1st type.  Dvr. D. Kirk.  R.A.S.C.   (NEF)  £100


1277.  Group of Six
  1939-45, Africa and Italy Stars.  Defence and War Medals.
  Efficiency Medal “Territorial”  Geo. V1.  1st type.  Lieut. E.A. Everett.  R.A.O.C.    (NEF)  £165


1278.  Group of Four
  1939-45 Star.  Defence and War Medals.
  Efficiency Medal “Territorial”  Geo. V1  1st type.  Spr. J. Caldwell.  R.E.  (GVF)  £78


1279.  Group of Five
  1939-45 and France & Germany Stars.    Defence and War Medals.
  Efficiency Medal “Territorial”  Geo. V1.  1st type.  Pte. R.G. Young.  R.P.C.
  Mounted as worn.    (NEF)  £98


1280.  Group of Three
  Defence and War Medals. 
  Efficiency Medal “Territorial” Geo. V1 1st type  Gnr. H. Aircy. R.A.  (NEF)  £69


1281.  Group of Three
  Defence & War Medals.   Efficiency Medal “Territorial”  Geo. V1  1st type..  Cfn. S.J.H. Hoskins  R.E.M.E.  (GVF)  £70


1282.  British Red Cross Society, 3 years Service Medal - number 3689.  Lieutenant 31-10-1944,  Captain 1-1-1951. (NEF)  £150


1283.  Group of Five
  1939-45 and Africa Stars.  Defence and War Medal.
  Efficiency Medal “Territorial”  Geo. V1  1st type.  W.O. Cl. 1  A.C. Willmott R.E.M.E.
  Scarce rank.    (NEF)  £210


1284.  Group of Two
  Defence Medal.
  Police Exemplary Service.  Eliz. 11  2nd type.  Const. John M. Pate.    (EF)  £60


1285.  Group of Three
  G.S.M.  1 Bar Palestine 1945-48  F/S R.D. Rennolds.  R.A.F.
  C.S.M.  1 Bar Borneo.  W/O  R.D. Rennolds  R.A.F.
  R.A.F.  LSGC  Eliz. 11  2nd type  F/S  R.D. Rennolds  R.A.F.
  The rims of all 3 medals are impressed “R” (for replacement).
  Recipient was appointed Warrant Officer on  18-9-1958.   (EF)  £150


1286.  Group of Three
  G.S.M.  1 Bar Palestine 1945-48.  Cpl. F.J. Ross.  R. Signals.
  Queens Korea.  Sig. F.J. Ross.  R. Signals.
  U.N. Korea.    (NEF)  £215


1287.  Group of Two
  G.S.M.  1 Bar Palestine 1945-48.  Pte. F. Kemp.  D.W.R.
  Efficiency Medal “Territorial”  Geo. V1.  1st type.  Pte. F. Kemp.  D.W.R.  (GVF)  £185


1288.  Group of Two
  G.S.M.  1 Bar Palestine 1945-48.  Lieut. S. Critchlow.  R.E.M.E.
  A.G.S.  1 Bar  Kenya.  Capt. S. Critchlow.  R.E.M.E.
   Lieut.  -  12-10-1947.  Captain  -  4-4-1951.  Mounted as worn.    (NEF)  £445


1289.  Group of Two
  G.S.M.  1 Bar Palestine 1945-48.  2/Lieut.  R.A. Caukwell  R.A.S.C.
  A.G.S.  1 Bar Kenya.  Lieut.  R.A. Caukwell.  Kenya Regt.
   Both medals in original boxes of issue and sold with forwarding letter covering the G.S.M.  Official  correction to initial ‘R’ on the A.G.S.  (EF)  £550


1290.  Group of Two
  G.S.M.  1 Bar Canal Zone  Capt. C.A. Priestley.  R.A.S.C.
  C.S.M.  1 Bar Borneo.  Major C.A. Priestley.  R.A.S.C.  (EF)  £485
PHOTOS


1291.  Group of Three
  G.S.M.  1 Bar Canal Zone.  Gnr. E.M. McKay.  R.A.
  National Service Medal.  Gnr. McKay E.M.  1953-1955.  41st Fld. Regt.  R.A.  (Unofficial)
  Suez Canal Zone Medal.  Gnr. McKay E.M.  1953-1955.  41st Fld. Regt.  R.A.  (Unofficial)  Mounted as worn.  (EF)  £325


1292.  Group of Two
  G.S.M.  1 Bar Palestine 1945-48.  Pte. D. Gleeson.  R. Scots.
  C.S.M.  1 Bar Borneo.  D. Gleeson.  Cpl. R.M.    (NEF)  £250 
PHOTOS


1294.  Group of Three
  N.G.S.  1 Bar Malaya.  Geo. V1.  D.H.F. Collier.  Sto. Mech.  R.N.
  Queens Korea.  D. Collier.  S.M.  R.N.
  U.N. Korea. Mounted as worn.   (NEF)  £300


1295.  Group of Three
  N.G.S.  1 Bar Malaya.  Geo. V1.  J. Higgins  A.B.  R.N.
  Queens Korea  1st type.  J. Higgins.  A.B.  R.N.
  U.N. Korea.  Mounted as worn.  (NEF)  £295


1296.  Group of Two
  N.G.S.  1 Bar Malaya.  Geo. V1.  B.A. Harriman.  A.B.  R.N.
  Queens Korea.  B.A. Harriman.  A.B.  R.N.  (VF)  £285


1297.  Group of Two
  N.G.S.  1 Bar  Near East.  R.B. Brown.  M.(E).1.  R.N.
  C.S.M.  1 Bar  Borneo.  R.B. Brown.  M.(E).1.  R.N.    (NEF)  £215


1298.  Group of Two
  Queens Korea  -  D. Thornton  A.B.    R.N.
  U.N. Korea   (EF)  £175


1300.  Group of Two
  Queens Korea.  Fus. C. Scarfe.  R. Fusiliers.
  U.N. Korea.    Mounted as worn.   (NEF)  £295


1301.  Group of Two
  Queens Korea.  Pte. A. Lodge  R. Leicesters.
  U.N. Korea.   (NEF)  £355


1302.  Group of Two
  Queens Korea.  Pte. R. Goodbrand.  R.A.O.C.
  U.N. Korea.    (NEF)  £185


1303.  Group of Two
  Queens Korea.  Pte. R.H. Crosland. Black Watch.
  U.N. Korea.   (NEF)  £300


1304.  Group of Two
  Queens Korea.  Fus. W. Lyons  R.N.F.
  U.N. Korea.  U.N. Medal in box of issue.  (EF)  £295
PHOTOS


1305.  Group of Two
  Queens Korea.  Pte. T. D’Arcy.  R.S.  (Royal Scots)
  U.N. Korea.     The naming is slightly rubbed but is original.   (EF)  £285


1306.  Group of Two
  Queens Korea.  H. Spence  A.B.  R.N.
  U.N. Korea  (1953-54 obverse)   Mounted as worn.  (NEF)  £175


1307.  Group of Two
  Queens Korea - Canadian issue.  T.D. Hartigan.
  U.N. Korea.  T.D. Hartigan.    (NEF)   £185
PHOTOS


1308.  Group of Two
  Queens Korea  Fus. D.J. Callender Rl. Fusiliers.
  U.N. Korea.    Mounted as worn (in wrong order!)    (NEF)  £300


1309.  Group of Two
  Queens Korea.  Fus. A. Wood.  R.N.F.  (EF)  £300


1310.  Group of Two
  Queens Korea.  1st type.  Fus. E. Watson.  R. Northd. Fus.
 U.N. Korea.   Recipient was wounded on 20-1-1951.  (EF)  £560
PHOTOS


1311.  Group of Two
  Queens Korea - Canadian issue.  J.A.F. Arsenault.
  U.N. Korea - Coree.  J.A.F. Arsenault.    (NEF)  £250


1312.  Group of Two
  Queens Korea.  Tpr. B. Cromack.  5th Dgn. Gds.
  U.N. Korea.   Mounted as worn.   (NEF)  £350


1313.  Group of Two
  Queens Korea.  Pte. W.B.P. Rolfe.  Middlesex R.
  U.N. Korea. (GVF)  £290
 

1314.  Group of Two
  Queens Korea.  Ty. S. Lieut. (S.P.)  R.A. Smart.  R.N.V.R.
  U.N. Korea.    (EF)  £355


1315.  Group of Two
  Queens Korea.  Pte. C. Foote.  R. Fusiliers.
   U.N. Korea.    Sold with two original “Dog Tags”.   (NEF)  £275


1316.  Group of Two
  G.S.M.  Eliz. 11.  1 Bar  Malaya.  Rfn. Premlal Rai.  7/G.R.
  C.S.M.  1 Bar  Borneo.  Rfn. Premlal Rai.  2/7 G.R.  (NEF)  £125


1317.  Group of Two
  G.S.M.  1 Bar Malaya.  Eliz. 11.  S.A.C.  J. Marrs.  R.A.F.
  R.A.F.  LSGC  Eliz. 11  2nd type.  S.A.C.  J. Marrs  R.A.F. (NEF)  £110


1318.  Group of Two
  G.S.M.  1 Bar Malaya.  Eliz. 11.  Pte. D. Rodrigues.  A.C.C.
  L.S.G.C. “Regular Army”  Eliz. 11.  W.O. Cl. 2.  D.J. Rodrigues.  A.C.C.
  Mounted as worn.  (NEF)  £135


1319.  Group of Two
  G.S.M.  Geo. V1.  2 Bars Malaya/Brunei.  Pte. C. Hagan.  Seaforth.  (Second Bar loose)
  C.S.M.  1 Bar Borneo.  Sgt. C. Hagan.  Q.O. Highrs.   (VF/NEF)  £600
PHOTOS


1320.  Group of Two
  G.S.M.  1 Bar Malaya - Eliz. 11.  Sig. R.M. Balment.  R. Sigs.
  C.S.M.  1 Bar Borneo.  L/Cpl. R.M. Balment.  R. Sigs.  (NEF)  £185


1321.  Group of Two
  G.S.M.  1 Bar Malaya.  Geo. V1.  Rfn. Manbahadur Limbu.  7 Gurkha R.
  C.S.M.  2 Bars Borneo/Malay Peninsular.  Rfn. Manbahadur Limbu  1/7 G.R.
  Copy papers.  Mounted as worn. (NEF)  £175


1322.  Group of Two
  G.S.M.  1 Bar Malaya.  Eliz. 11.  Spr. Balandhoj Limbu.  Gurkha Engrs.
  C.S.M.  2 Bars Borneo/Malay Pen.  Spr. Balandhoj Limbu.  Gurkha Engrs.
  Copy papers.  Mounted as worn.  (NEF)  £175


1323.  Group of Two
  G.S.M.  1 Bar Malaya.  Eliz. 11.  Rfn. Dambaabahadur Limbu.  7 Gurkha R.
  C.S.M.  2 Bars Borneo/Malay Pen.  Cpl. Dambarbahadur Limbu  1/7 G.R.
  Copy papers.  Mounted as worn.  (NEF)  £175


1324.  Group of Two
  G.S.M.  1 Bar Malaya.  Eliz. 11.  Sigmn. Bhimraj Sahi.  Gurkha Sigs.
  C.S.M.  2 Bars Borneo/Malay Pen.  Cpl. Bhimraj Sahi.  Gurkha Signals.
  Copy papers.  Mounted as worn.  (NEF)  £175


1325.  Group of Two
  G.S.M.  1 Bar Brunei.  Rfn. A. Palmer.  1-Green Jackets.
  C.S.M.  1 Bar Borneo.  Rfn. A. Palmer  1-Green Jackets.
  Mounted as worn.  (NEF)  £550
PHOTOS


1326.  Group of Two
  G.S.M.  Eliz. 11.  1 Bar Malaya.  Cpl. N. Cooper.  R.A.F.
  R.A.F.  LSGC.  Eliz. 11.  2nd type.  Sgt. N. Cooper.  R.A.F.  (NEF)  £135


1327.  Group of Two
  U.N. Medal for Cyprus.
  L.S.G.C.  Eliz. 11  2nd type “Regular Army”.  W.O. Cl. 2.  N.G. Cox.  R.A.O.C.
  Mounted as worn   (NEF)  £85


1328.  Group of Two
  G.S.M.  1 Bar Brunei.  Rfn. Rikhiparsad Gurung.  1 / 2  Gurkha R.
  C.S.M.  1 Bar Borneo.  Rfn. Rikhiprasad Gurung  1 / 2 G.R.  (NEF)  £365


1329.  Group of Two
  C.S.M.  1 Bar South Arabia.  Sgt. S.L. Hounsell  R.A.F.
  R.A.F.  LSGC  Eliz. 11  2nd type.  Sgt. S.L. Hounsell  R.A.F.
  Mounted as worn.  (NEF)  £145


1331.  Group of Three
  C.S.M.  1 Bar Malay Peninsular.  T.R. Windsor. Ldg. Std.  R.N.
  R.N.  LSGC  Eliz. 11  2nd type.  T.R. Windsor.  P.O. Std.  HMS Dolphin.
  Oman - Peace Medal.  Mounted as worn.    (NEF)  £195



1333.  Group of Two
  C.S.M.  1 Bar Malay Peninsular.  Cpl. W.J. Cheesman.  R. Signals.
  U.N. Medal for Cyprus.  Mounted as worn.  (NEF)  £115
PHOTOS


1334.  Group of Two
  NATO Service Medal - Kosovo.
  Operational Service Medal.  1 Bar Afghanistan.  Sgt. N. McAuslane.  Royal Marines.  (NEF)  £465


1335.  Group of Two
  C.S.M.  1 Bar N. Ireland. 24220955. Tpr. W. Pharoah.  15/19 Hussars.
  U.N. Medal for Cyprus.    Mounted as worn.   (NEF)  £115


1336.  Group of Four
  C.S.M.  1 Bar N. Ireland.  Pte. A. Horn.  A.G.C. (SPS)  -  Officially renamed.
  Iraq Medal  (Op Telic)  L/Cpl. A. Horn.  A.G.C. (SPS)
  Accumulated Service Medal  -  2nd type (2011)  L/Cpl. A. Horn  A.G.S. (SPS)
  Diamond Jubilee Medal 2012.    All medals in their original boxes/cases of issue. (EF)  £650
PHOTOS


1337.  Group of Four
  C.S.M.  1 Bar N. Ireland.  Pte. A. Hammant  A.C.C.
  Gulf Medal - Bar 16 Jan to 28 Feb. 1991.  L/Cpl. A.S. Hammant  A.C.C.
  Saudi Arabian Medal for the Liberation of Kuwait.
  Kuwait Liberation Medal, Fourth Grade. First two medals mounted as worn. (NEF)  £325


1338.  Group of Two
  C.S.M.  1 Bar Air Operations Iraq.  Cpl. S.T. Dixon  R.A.F.
  R.A.F.  LSGC  Eliz. 11  2nd type.  Cpl. S.T. Dixon.  R.A.F.  (EF)  £495


1339.  Group of Two
  Gulf Medal.  No Bar.  Gnr. D.L. Robertson.  R.A.
  U.N. Medal for Cyprus. (NEF)  £195


1340.  Group of Three
  Gulf Medal - Bar 16 Jan to 28 Feb. 1991.  Pte. K.J.E. Hall.  Q.A.R.A.N.C.    
  Saudi Arabian Medal for the Liberation of Kuwait  -  In fitted case of issue.
  Kuwait Liberation Medal, Fourth Grade  -  In fitted case of issue.   (EF)  £540
PHOTOS


1341.  Group of Three
  Gulf Medal - Bar 16 Jan to 28 Feb 1991.  Stwd. N.W.M. Reynolds  R.F.A.
  Saudi Arabian Medal for the Liberation of Kuwait.
  Kuwait Liberation Medal, Fourth Grade.
  Sold with forwarding letter for Gulf Medal.  Medals in boxes of issue. (EF)  £300


1342.  Group of Two
C.S.M.  1 Bar N. Ireland.  L/Cpl. A.C. Burrows.  Welsh Gds.
South Atlantic - with rosette.  Gdsm. A.C. Burrows  W.G. 
  Recipient states that he was on the “Sir Galahad” and was injured by an explosion on board.  Sold with the  original photograph of recipient in uniform and armed, and a photostat copy of the “photograph and details”  page of his passport.  Mounted as worn.    (EF)  £1795
PHOTOS


1343.  Group of Four
  South Atlantic, with rosette.  Motorman J. Wareham.  R.F.A.
  Gulf Medal - Bar “6 Jan to 28 Feb 1991”.  P.O. m.m.  J. Wareham.  R.F.A.
  U.N. Medal - UNTAES  (U.N. Transitional Authority in Eastern Slavonia)
  Golden Jubilee Medal 2002. First two medals mounted as worn.   (GVF)  £975


1344.  Group of Two
  Gulf Medal.  No Bar.  Mr. K.B. Quinn  B.A.E.
  R.A.F.  LSGC  Eliz. 11  2nd type.  S.A.C.  K.B. Quinn  R.A.F.  (NEF)  £325
PHOTOS


1345.  Group of Two
  Operational Service Medal.  Afghanistan ribbon (Op Telic)  O.M. (W).1.  M.K. King  R.N.
  Iraq Medal  (Op Telic)  -  Bar 19 Mar to 28 Apr 2003.  O.M.(W).1.  M.K. King.
  Both medals in boxes of issue.    (EF)  £835


1346.  Group of Four
  N.A.T.O. Service  -  Bar Non Article 5.
  Operational Service Medal  -  For Sierra Leone.  O.M. (A.W.) 1.  M.R. Taylor  R.N.
  Iraq Medal  (Op Telic)  O.M. (W).1.  M.R. Taylor  R.N.
  Golden Jubilee Medal 1902 (NEF)  £795


1347.  Group of Two
  Iraq Medal  (Op Telic)  No Bar.  S.A.C.  A.B. Falle  R.A.F.
  Operational Service Medal  -  Bar Afghanistan.  S.A.C.  A.B. Falle  R.A.F.   (NEF)  £550


1348.  Group of Two
  Iraq Medal (Op Telic)  Pte. T.O. Morley.  R.L.C.  (No Bar)
  Operational Service Medal.  1 Bar Afghanistan.  Pte. T.O. Morley.  R.L.C.
  Both medals in boxes of issue.   (EF)  £455
PHOTOS


1349.  Group of Two
  Iraq Medal (Op Telic)  No Bar.  Pte. R. Cabelawa.  Scots.
  NATO Service - Bar Isaf.   Both medals in boxes of issue.  (EF)  £195


1350.  Group of Five
  N.A.T.O. Service  - Former Yugoslavia.   N.A.T.O. Service - Kosovo
  Iraq Medal (Op Telic)  1 Bar 19 Mar to 28 Apr 2003.  L/Cpl. M.S. Milne  R.L.C.
  Golden Jubilee Medal 2002.
  L.S.G.C.  Eliz. 11  2nd type “Regular Army”  L/Cpl. M.S. Milne  R.L.C.
  Mounted as worn.    (EF)  £435


1351.  Group of Two
  Iraq Medal (Op Telic).  No Bar.  Sig. A.J. McKeown.  R. Signals.
  Operational Service Medal.  1 Bar Afghanistan, and rosette.  Sig. A.J. McKeown.
   Mounted for display.    (NEF)  £845
PHOTOS


1352.  Group of Two
  Iraq Medal  (Op Telic) - Bar 19 Mar to 28 April 2003.  Cfn. S. McCafferty.  R.E.M.E.
  N.A.T.O. Service - Non Article 5.    Mounted as worn.  (NEF)  £295
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1353.  Group of Five
  Iraq  (Op Telic)  1 Bar 16 Jan to 28 Feb 1991.  Spr. N.D. Stokes  R.E.
  C.S.M.  1 Bar N. Ireland.  L/Cpl. N.D. Stokes.  R.L.C.
  N.A.T.O. Medal.  1 Bar non article 5.  Un-named as issued
  Operational Service Medal.  1 Bar Afghanistan.  Sgt. N.D. Stokes.  R.L.C.
  Golden Jubilee Medal 2012.  Mounted as worn.    (NEF)  £795
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1354.  Group of Two
  M.S.M.  Geo. V.  1st type  Q.M. Sgt. J. Hicks  R.A.
  L.S.G.C. Victoria.  Sgt. J. Hicks.  R.A.
   Sold with small bronze Temperance Medal  (CE.T.S.)  (EF)  £315
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1355.  Group of Two
  Meritorious Service Medal  (M.S.M.) - Victoria.  Sergt. 1. of Musketry  T. Finucane.  107th Foot.
  L.S.G.C.  -  Victoria.  Sergt. 1. of Musketry  T. Finucane.  107th Foot.   (VF)/(GVF)  £1150


1356.  Group of Two
  Meritorious Service Medal  (M.S.M.) Victoria.  Col. Sgt. J. Parsons.  3/Rifle Bde.
  L.S.G.C. - Victoria.  Col. Sgt. J. Parsons.  3rd Battn.  Rifle Bde.    (NEF)  £750


1357.  Group of Two
  L.S.G.C. - Victoria.  Coy. Q.M. Sgt. C.E. Snewin  R.G.A.
  Meritorious Service Medal (M.S.M.)  Geo. V1.  1st type.  Q.M. Sgt. C.E. Snewin  R.A.
  (NEF)  £385


1358.  Group of Two
  Colonial Police M.S.M.  Eliz. 11.  Asst. Insp. Gideon Saint.  Nyasaland Police.
  Coronation Medal 1953  (NEF)  £495 
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1359.  Group of Two
  Volunteer Force Long Service - Victoria.  209 Pte. H. Gollop.  3rd V.B. Devon Regt.
  Territorial Force Efficiency Medal - Geo. V.  660 Sgt. H. Gollop.  4/Devon R.  (NEF)  £165


1360.  Group of Three
  Volunteer Officer’s Decoration - Victoria.  Complete with top pin bar.
  Volunteer Force Long Service - Victoria  -  Un-named as issued.
  Volunteer Force Long Service - Edw. V11.  Colonel S.W. Doyle.  1/Lancs.  R.E.V.
  Mounted for display  (NEF)  £695


1361.  Group of Two
  Imperial Service Medal.  Eliz. 11.  2nd type.  Francis William McAllister.
  Efficiency Medal “Territorial”  Geo. V1.  1st type.  Sgt. W. McAllister.  R. Signals.   (EF)  £75


1362.  Group of Two
  Army L.S.G.C.  Geo. V.  1st type.  Sgt. M.C. Barnett.  R. Warwickshire R.
  M.S.M.  Geo. V.  1st type swivel suspender.  C.Q.M. Sgt. M.C. Barnett.  3/R. War. R.
   M.S.M. - L/G 22-2-1919.  Medals mounted as worn, so probably no entitlement to W.W.1. Medals.  (GVF)  £375


1363.  Group of Two
  Army L.S.G.C.  Geo. V.  1st type.  S.Q.M. Sgt. W. Clark  A.P.C.
  Meritorious Service Medal. (M.S.M.)  Geo. V.  1st type.  S.S. Mjr. W. Clark  A.P.C.  (L/G 12-6-1919)    Mounted as worn.   (NEF)  £320


1364.  Group of Two
  Voluntary Medical Service Medal - with extra service bar - silver.  John P. Barrett.
  Coronation Medal 1937.   Both medals mounted for wear.    (NEF)  £70


1365.  Group of Two
  Special Constabulary Faithful Service.  Geo. V.  1st type.  Henry Hunter.
  City of Coventry Special Constabulary.  Silver Medal for Long Service 1914.  H. Hunter.  (GVF)  £265


1366.  Group of Two
  Coronation 1887  -  with Bar ‘1897’  -  Metropolitan Police.  P.C.  H. Little. P. Divn.  (Camberwell)
  Coronation 1902  -  Metropolitan Police.  P.C.  H. Little.  P. Divn.  Joined 1880.  Pension 1905.    (NEF)  £100
 

1367.  Group of Three
  Jubilee 1897   -  Metropolitan Police.  P.C.  A. Masters.  L. Divn.
  Coronation 1902  -  Metropolitan Police.  P.C.  A. Masters.  L. Divn.
  Coronation 1911  -  Metropolitan Police.  P.C.  A. Masters.  (NEF)  £125


1368.  Group of Two
  Coronation 1911
  Territorial Force Efficiency Medal.  Edw. V11.  C/Sgt. T. Bailey.  5/L.N. Lanc. Regt.
    Recipient was K.I.A. on 14-10-1915.   Mounted as worn.   (GVF)  £215
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1369.  Group of Two
  Ceylon Police L.S.G.C.  1950 issue.  Eliz. 11.  Const. P.V.R. Ondiris.  Ceylon Police.
  Ceylon Police Independence Medal 1948.  Un-named as issued.  (No ribbon)    (GVF)  £425


1370.  Group of Two
  Silver Jubilee 1935  (Verified)
  Efficiency Medal “India”  Geo. V1.  Sgt. S.N. Mason.  2-M. & So. Mah Rly. Rifles.  A.F.I.  (2nd Madras and S.  Mahratta Rly.)  Mounted as worn.  (NEF)  £120


1371.  Group of Two
  B.W.M. & Victory.  2/Lieut. A.E. Davies.  K.I.A. aged 32, with the 12/13th Bn. Northumberland Fus.   Commemorated on the Soissons Memorial, Aisne, France.    (NEF)  £215


1372.  Group of Three
  1914-15 Trio.  Pte. T. Black.  K.O.S.B.
Recipient was K.I.A., aged 21, with the 1st Bn in Gallipoli, on 4-6-1915, and is commemorated on the  Helles Memorial.  He resided in Windygates, Fife.   (NEF)  £220


1374.  Group of Three
  1914-15 Trio.  Pte. W.H. Moffatt.  Northumberland Fus.
  Memorial Plaque.  William Henry Moffatt  Recipient was K.I.A., with 1st Bn on 16.6.1915 and is commemorated on the Pyres (Menin Gate) Memorial.  He was born and enlisted in Newcastle-on-Tyne.   (NEF)  £285


1375.  Group of Two
  B.W.M. & Mercantile Marine War Medal.  Edwin S. Duncan  (S.S. “Alistair”)
    Recipient was killed by explosion, aged 37, on 6-11-1915, when the British Steamship “Alistair” struck  a mine and sank 4 miles east of Southwold.  He was the Chief Engineer.  (NEF)  £125


1376.  Group of Three
  1914 Star and Bar Trio.  Pte. I.C. Watts.  1/Wiltshire Regt.
  Memorial Plaque.  Isaac Charles Watts.    Recipient was K.I.A., with the 2nd Bn on 17-5-1915, and is commemorated on the Le Touret Memorial.  He enlisted and resided in Swindon.  (NEF)  £450



1378.  Group of Two
  B.W.M and Victory.  Capt. A.D. Hamer.
  Memorial Plaque Arthur Derrick Hamer.
   Recipient was K.I.A. on 6-11-1918 serving with the Northern Cyclist Bn., and is buried in Hargnies Communal  Cemetery, France.  Sold with damaged medal boxes of issue.  (EF)  £650


1379.  Group of Three
  1914-15 Trio.  Pte. G.M. Graham.  R. Scots.
Recipient was K.I.A., aged 25, with the 11th Bn., on 10-4-1918 and is commemorated on the Tyne Cot  Memorial.  Hre resided and enlisted in Edinburgh.   (NEF)  £185


1380.  Group of Three
  1914-15 Trio.  Pte. .J.J. Blair.  Northumberland Fus.
Recipient was K.I.A.., aged 19, serving with the 9th Coy, M.G.C. (Infantry) on 27-3-1916, and is commemorated  on the Ypres (Menin Gate) Memorial.  Resided in Gateshead.  Sold with M.I.C. which confirms service in both regiments.  (NEF)  £185


1381.  Group of Three
  1914-15 Trio.  Pte. T. Heaton.  Shropshire Lt. Inf.
   Recipient was K.I.A., with the 6th Bn on 25 Sept. 1915, and is commemorated on the Ploegsteert Memorial.  He resided in Market Raison .  (First Day of Loos)  (NEF)  £230
 

1382.  Group of Five
  B.W.M. and Mercantile Marine War Medal.  George Kidson.
  1939-45 and Atlantic Stars.    War Medal 1939-45.
   Recipient was a Donkeyman, aged 40 and was killed when the S.S. Birtley hit a mine on 15th Sept. 1941 and  sank, and is commemorated on the Tower Hill Memorial.  He resided in Hartlepool.  (NEF)  £295


1383.  Group of Two
  B.W.M. and Victory.  Pte. H. Gilroy.  Rl. Scots Fusiliers.
    Recipient was K.I.A. serving with the 2nd Bn on 18-8-1918 & is commemorated on the Ploegsteert Memorial (NEF)  £85



1385.  Group of Two
  Capt. A.D. Hamer (N. Cyclist Bn)
  Memorial Plaque Arthur Derrick Hamer.
   Recipient was K.I.A. on 6-11-1918 and is buried in Hargnies Communal Cemetery.   (EF)  £650


1386.  Group of Three
  1914-15 Trio.  Lieut. D. Cushny.  Dorset Regt.
   Recipient was K.I.A., aged 22, with the 2nd Bn on 14-4-1915, and is buried in Basra War Cemetery.  Sold with copy papers.  (NEF)  £525


1388.  Group of Two
  B.W.M. and Victory.  Pte. T. Burling.  Middlesex R.
   Recipient was K.I.A., F. & F. on 20-8-1918.    (NEF)  £85


1389.  Group of Two
  B.W.M. and Victory.  Gnr. J.D. Bold  R.A.
  Memorial Plaque James Christopher Bold.
   Recipient D.O.W. serving with the R.H.A. & R.F.A., on 26-4-1918.  He was born and enlisted in Wigan. (NEF)  £185


1390.  Group of Three
  1914-15 Trio.  Dvr. R.J. Wellard  R.F.A.
   Recipient D.O.W. serving with 150th Bde R.F.A. on 22-3-1918 and is buried in Roye New British Cemetery,  Somme.   (NEF)  £155


1391.  Group of Two
  B.W.M. and Victory.  Pte. T. Cullen.  R. Scots Fus.
   Recipient was K.I.A., F. & F. on 26-9-1917, serving with the 1st Bn  (GVF)  £105


1392.  Group of Three
  1914-15 Trio.  Pte. S. Hocking.  Welsh Regt.
    Recipient was K.I.A. with the 2nd Bn on 25-9-1915 - 1st Day of Loos - and is commemorated on the Loos  Memorial.  (GVF)  £235


1393.  Group of Three
  1914-15 Trio.  Pte. J. Crabbe.  York & Lanc. Regt.
    Recipient D.O.W. aged 25, with the 7th Bn., on 11-3-1916 and is buried in Voormezeele Enclosure.  (NEF)  £185


1394.  Group of Two
  B.W.M. and Victory.  Pte. W. Wyllie.  Gordons.
  Memorial Plaque/  William Wyllie.
   Recipient was K.I.A., with the 5th Bn between 21-3-1918 and 2-4-1918, and is commemorated on the Pozigres  Memorial.  Sold with ‘Dog Tag’ and original letter from the War Office detailing moneys due to next of kin.  (NEF)  £185


1395.  Group of Two
  B.W.M. and Victory.  Pte. A. Gilchrist  A. & S. H.
  Memorial Plaque  Andrew Gilchrist.
   Recipient was K.I.A., aged 41, with the 4th Bn Gordon Highrs., on 25-3-1918, and is commemorated on the  Arras Memorial.  -  M.I.C. confirms change of unit.  The lot is sold with the following forms, letters etc. - Certificate  copy of attestation, certificate of registration, notice of recall from Army Reserve, works reference, and  correspondence to next of kin regarding recipient’s death.   (NEF)  £200


1396.  Group of Two
  1914 Star and Bar.  Victory Medal  (B.W.M. missing)  Pte. H.T. Ash.  2/R. Sussex R.
   Recipient D.O.W. with the 2nd Bn., on 30-10-1914, and is buried in Ypres Reservoir Cemetery.  Sold with  R. Sussex Cap Badge.    (NEF)  £150


1397.  Group of Three
  1914 Star Trio.  A/Cpl. T.G. Clifforth.  R.E.
  Memorial Plaque  Thomas George Clifforth.  Memorial Scroll (damaged)  recipient died in Salonika on 3-11-1918, aged 29, whilst serving with the 8th Field Survey Coy, Attd. G.H.Q.  and is buried in Mikra British Cemetery, Kalamaria.  Sold with full details of the formation of the Survey Coy  R.E. (Salonika), which was responsible for the drawing up and production of maps covering the area.    (NEF)  £395


1398.  Group of Two
  B.W.M. and Victory.  Dvr. T. Patchett  R.A.
  Memorial Plaque  Thomas Patchett
   Recipient died on 21-2-1919 whilst serving with 158th Bde Ammunition Col., and is buried in Etaples Military  Cemetery.  Plaque in original cardboard case.  (NVF)  £160


1399.  Group of Three
  1914 Star.  Pte. H. Bristol.  1/13 London R.  B.W.M. and Victory.  Capt. H.J. Bristol.
   Recipient D.O.W. with 4/S. Staffs Attd to 10/Cheshires on 4-5-1918 and is buried in Arneke British Cemetery  France.  (NEF)  £450


1400.  Group of Three
  1914-15 Trio.  Pte. T. Naismith.  Gordon Highrs.
   Recipient D.O.W., serving with the 2nd Bn on 19-6-1916, and is buried in Brown’s Road Military Cemetery,  Festubert.   (NEF)  £215



1402.  Group of Three
1914-15 Trio.  Pte. C. Larkins.  Rifle Bde.
Memorial Plaque.  Charles Larkins.
Recipient was K.I.A. with 9-Bn on 5.5.1917 and is commemorated on the Arras Memorial.  He resided in  Shoreditch, London.    (NEF)  £295


1403.  Group of Three
  1914-15 Trio.  Pte. G. Oliver.  S. Staffs. R.
  Recipient D.O.W. with the 7th Bn on 30-9-1916, and is commemorated on the Thiepval Memorial.    (NEF)  £225


1404.  Group of Three
  1914-15 Trio.  Pte. T.C. Smithers.  The Queen’s Regt.
    Recipient was K.I.A., aged 38, serving with the 2nd Bn., on 25-9-1915, and is commemorated on the Loos  Memorial.  “First Day of Loos” casualty.  (NEF)  £250


1405.  Group of Three
  1914-15 Trio.  Pte. W. Carter.  Coldstream Gds.
  Recipient was K.I.A., aged 24 with the 1st Bn on 25.1.1915 & is commemorated on the Le Touret Memorial (GVF)  £235


1406.  Group of Two
  B.W.M. and Victory.  Pte. C.C. Smith.  Midddlesex R.
  Memorial Plaque.  Cecil Charles Smith.
   Recipient was K.I.A., aged 18, with the 2nd Bn on 27.5.1918 and is buried in Jonchery-Sur-Vesle, British Cemetery.  Resided in Cottered, Buntingford, Herts.  (NEF)  £185
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1407.  Group of Three
  1914-15 Trio.  Pte. S. Smith.  R. Lanc R.
   Recipient D.O.W., aged 20, with 7th Bn on 29.7.1916, and is buried in Abbeville Communal Cemetery.  Resided in Altrincham, Cheshire.  (NEF)  £185
PHOTOS


1408.  Group of Three
  1914-15 Trio.  Pte. W. Hughes.  Seaforth Highrs.
    Recipient was K.I.A. with 7th Bn on 25.9.1915 (Battle of Loos), & is commemorated on the Loos Memorial. (NEF)  £215
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1409.  Group of Three
  1914 Star Trio.  Gnr. H.J.E. Coleman  R.F.A.
  Recipient died on 11-3-1915 serving with 39th Bty R.F.A., aged 19, and is buried in Wimereux Communal  Cemetery.  Resided in Merton, Surrey.    (NEF)  £180


1410.  Group of Three
  1914 Star Trio.  Pte. T. Rising.  1/R. Berkshire R.
   Recipient was K.I.A., aged 26, with the 1st Bn., on 27-7-1916, and is commemorated on the Thiepval  Memorial.  He was born and resided in Bow, London.  (NEF)  £350


1411.  Group of Three
  1914-15 Trio.  Pte. E.R. Rolls.  Dorset R.
  Memorial Plaque.  Ernest Ralph Rolls.
    Recipient D.O.W. in Gallipoli on 8-12-1915 with the 5th Bn., and is commemorated on the Helles Memorial.  Sold with M.I.C.  Plaque has small hole drilled in the top.   (NEF)  £335


1412.  Group of Three
  1914-15 Trio.  H. Peden.  A.B.  R.N.V.R.  K.I.A. Galllipoli, on 17-8-1915, serving with Howe Bn., R.N. Divn.,
  and is buried in Lancashire Landing Cemetery, Helles. Medals in boxes of issue.  (NEF)  £295


1413.  Group of Three
  1914-15 Trio.  Lieut. G.A.M. Anthony.  The Queen’s R.
  Recipient was K.I.A., on 24-1-1916, serving with 9th Bn. Attached to Nigeria Regt., W.A.F.F., and is  commemorated on the Ibadan Memorial, West Africa.   Sold with copy M.I.C.    (NEF)  £695


1414.  Group of Two
  1914 Star.  B.W.M.  Pte. H.B. Marshallsea.  2/R. Berkshire R.
   Recipient was K.I.A.., aged 26 on 28-9-1915 during the Battle of Loos and is commemorated on the Loos  Memorial.  He resided in Camberley.    (NEF)  £210


1415.  Group of Three
  1914 Star Trio.  Pte. W.H. Brain.  1/N. Staffs.
    Recipient was K.I.A., on 27-4-1916 and is buried in Dranoutre Military Cemetery.
   Sold with copy M.I.C., which lists entitlement to Aug-Nov clasp.  (NEF)  £385


1416.  Group of Three
  1914 Star Trio. Lieut. R.A.R. Bayard. E. Kent R. (2/Lieut on Star)
  Memorial Plaque Reginald Aubrey Richard Bayard.
  Recipient was K.I.A., with 1st Bn., on 17-5-1916 and is buried in Essex Farm Cemetery, Belgium.  He was  the son of Brigadier General R. Bayard D.S.O.  Sold with copy of M.I.C. which shows entitlement to Aug-Nov  clasp, and war office medal forwarding letter.    (EF)  £1215


1417.  Group of Two
  B.W.M. and Victory.  Pte. H.J. Hayes.  Gloucester R.
  Memorial Plaque.  Hubert John Hayes.
    Recipient was K.I.A., with 14th Bn (Bantam Bn), aged 21 on 22-10-1917 and is commemorated on the  Tyne Cot Memorial.  Not entitled to Star.   (EF)  £265



1420.  Group of Three
  1914 Star and Bar Trio.  Pte. A. Hinson.  3/Worcester R.
   Recipient D.O.W. with 3rd Bn., on 24-9-1914 and is buried in Terlincthun British Cemetery, Wimille.  (NEF)  £385


1421.  Group of Three
  1914-15 Trio.  Surgeon-Lieut. D.S. MacKnight.  R.N.
   Recipient died, aged 43, whilst serving aboard HMS Britannia, on 9-11-1918 and is buried in Gibraltar  (North Front) Cemetery.  Sold with one box of issue.  (NEF)  £595


1422.  Group of Three
  1914-15 Trio.  Pte. E.S. Claxton.  Essex R.
  Recipient died of influenza with 3rd Bn on 27-10-1918 and is buried in Wymondham Cemetery.  Sold with  forwarding letters and boxes of issue (damaged)    (NEF)  £150


1423.  Group of Two
  B.W.M. and Victory.  Sgt. R. Priest.  Middlesex R.
   Recipient D.O.W. on 17-8-1917 whilst attached to the 20th London R.  (EF)  £85


1424.  Group of Two
  B.W.M. and Victory.  Pte. L. Melville.  Fife and Forfar Yeo.
    Recipient K.I.A. with 14th (Fife and Forfar Yeo.) Bn. R. Highlanders, on 2-9-1918, and is buried in Peronne  Communal Cemetery Extension.  (NEF)  £235


1425.  Group of Three
  1914-15 Trio.  Pte. J. Grieve.  R. Scots Fus.
  Memorial Plaque.  James Grieve
   Recipient D.O.W., aged 23 with the 6/7 Bn., on 9-11-1916 and is buried in Etables Military Cemetery.  He  resided in Edinburgh.    (NEF)  £350


1427.  Group of Three
1914 Star Trio.  Capt. J.H. Meers.  (Lieut. R.A.M.C. on Star)
Recipient D.O.W. whilst attached to the Loyal N. Lancashire Regt., on 9-10-1915 and is buried in Noeux-Les-Mines Communal Cemetery, France.   (NEF)  £545


1428.  Group of Two
  B.W.M. and Victory.  2/Lieut. P.H.H. Davis.  (Manchester R)   Memorial Plaque Philip Henry Halton Davis.  Recipient D.O.W. with 3rd Bn., on 9-11-1918 and is buried in Busigny Communal Cemetery Extension,  France.   (EF)  £575


1429.  Group of Three
  1914-15 Trio.  Pte. A. Rowe.  Gloucester Yeomanry.
  Memorial Plaque Arthur Rowe.
   Recipient D.O.W at sea on 25-8-1915 whilst being evacuated from Gallipoli.  Born and resided Bristol.  Sold with medal forwarding boxes (damaged). (NEF)  £610


1430.  Group of Three
  1914 Star.  L/Cpl. F. Abel.  1/Norfolk R.  B.W.M. and Victory.  2/Lieut. F. Abel.
  Recipient drowned whilst serving with 3rd Bn. Norfolk Regt., and is buried in Ghatry War Memorial Cemetery, Egypt.  (Alexandria)  (GVF)  £570


1431.  Group of Three
  1914 Star Trio.  Pte. D. Clark  1/Dragoons (surname spelt Clarke on Star)
  Memorial Plaque - David Clark.   D.O.W. on 16-5-1915 and buried in Hazebrouck Communal Cemetery.  (NEF)  £450


1432.  Group of Three
  1914 Star Trio.  Pte. R. Michael.  Seaforth Highrs (¼ Sea Highrs on Star)
   D.O.W., aged 27, serving with 154 Coy M.G.C. (Infantry) on 9-4-1917 and buried in Aubigny Communal  Cemetery Extension.   (NEF)  £350


1433.  Group of Two
  B.W.M. and Victory.  Pte. C.P. Skinner.  R.M.L.I.
   K.I.A. with 2/R.M. Bn.  R.N. Div., on 26-10-1917 and commemorated on the Tyne Cot Memorial.    (NEF)  £360



1435.  Group of Three
  1914-15 Trio.  Lieut. W.H. Pollard  (Sgt. W.H. Pollard 7/Canadian Infy on Star)   Recipient D.O.W., aged 39, with the 7th Bn., and is buried in Bucquoy Road Cemetery, Ficheux, France.   (NEF)  £460


1436.  Group of Two
  B.W.M. and Victory. 2/Lieut. G.F. Bishop.
   Recipient was K.I.A. aged 34, serving with 13th Bn., Royal Fusiliers, on 4-4-1918 and is commemorated on  the Arras Memorial.  (EF)  £285


1437.  Group of Three
  1914-15 Star  L/Cpl. O.N. Tugwell  R. Fusiliers. B.W.M. and Victory.  2/Lieut. O.N. Tugwell.
   Recipient D.O.W., aged 28, serving with 4th Bn - Attd. 1st Bn - West Yorkshire R., on 22-4-1917, and buried in Bethume Town Cemetery.  He was the son of the Rev. and Mrs. L.S. Tugwell of Hampstead Heath.   (NEF)  £450


1438.  Group of Two
  B.W.M. and Victory.  Pte. H.W. Fox.  Northumberland Fus.
   Recipient was K.I.A., aged 31 serving with 10th Bn. Yorkshire Regt on 25-11-1916, and is buried in Vermelles  British Cemetery.  He resided in Barford, Norfolk, and was formerly in the Norfolk Regt.  M.I.C. shows no  entitlement to Star.    Mounted in fitted glass-fronted frame.    (EF)  £240


1439.  Family Group. Two Brothers.

   1.  1914-15 Trio.  Spr. F. Malpass.  R.E.
   Memorial Plaque.  Frederick Malpass.
   K.I.A., aged 27, with 126 Field Coy  R.E. on 22-3-1918, and commemorated on the Pozieres Memorial.

   2.  B.W.M. and Victory.  Pte. A. Malpass.  Notts & Derby R.
        Memorial Plaque.  Arthur Malpass.
   K.I.A., aged 25, with 2nd Bn., on 19-9-1918, and commemorated on the Vis-En-Artois Memorial, France.

     The son’s of Charles and Ann Malpass of Rose Cottage, Woodsceaves, Stafford.  Sold with the relevant Memorial Registers (Nos 16 and 27).  Plaque somewhat polished.  (GVF)  £535


1440.  Group of Three
  1914-15 Trio.  Lieut. G.W. Bolton  (2. Lieut. E. Yorks R on Star)
   Recipient was K.I.A. on 24-4-1918 and is commemorated on the Tyne Cot Memorial, Belgium.  He resided  in Sutton, Surrey.  (NEF)  £575


1441.  Group of Three
  1914 Star Trio.  Pte. J. Garson.  Northumberland Yeomanry.
   Recipient D.O.W., aged 28, with “B” Sqn. North’d Hussars on 21-11-1914 and is buried in Boulogne  Eastern Cemetery, France.   (EF)  £535


1442.  Group of Three
  1914-15 Trio.  Pte. H. Teague.  Monmouth R.
   Recipient was K.I.A., with the 1st Bn., on 8-5-1915, and is commemorated on the Menin Gate, Ypres Memorial.  He was born in Shamokin, U.S.A., and enlisted in Blaina, Mon.  (NEF)  £350


1443.  Group of Three
  1914-15 Trio.  Pte. S.H. James.  E. Surrey R.
   Recipient D.O.W., on 15-11-1918 whilst serving with 3rd Bn R. Fusiliers and is buried in St. Sever Cemetery  Extension, Rouen.  Resided in Dulwich.  (NEF)  £185


1444.  Group of Three
  1914-15 Trio.  Dvr. G.R. Huntley  R.A.  (R.F.A. on Star) 
   Recipient D.O.W. on 12-4-1918 whilst serving with 47th Bty., 41st Bde., R.F.A. and is buried in Etaples Military Cemetery.   (GVF)  £170


1445.  Group of Three
  1914-15 Trio.  Spr. H. Bower  R.E.
  Memorial Plaque.  Harold Bower.
   Recipient was K.I.A. in Gallipoli aged 19, with 1st W.R. Field Coy, on 28-4-1915  -  an early Gallipoli  casualty.  He was born and enlisted in Sheffield and resided in Crookes.  (EF)  £425


1446.  Group of Three
  B.W.M. and Victory
 Territorial Force War Medal.  Pte. D. Duncan  R. Warwick R.
   Recipient D.O.W., aged 27 serving with 2nd /7th Bn., on 8-7-1916 and is buried in Pont-Du-Hem Military  Cemetery, La Gorgue, France.  He resided in Forfar and previously served with the Highland Cyclist Bn.  (NEF)  £675



1448.  Group of Three
  1914-15 Trio.  T. McEwan  C.P.O.  R.N.V.R.
  Drowned, aged 28 whilst serving with Drake Bn.  R.N.D. on 2-9-1916 and buried in Divion Communal  Cemetery, France.  (EF)  £375


1449.  Group of Three
  1914-15 Star.  2/Lieut. H.A. Churchward.  2/Co. of London Yeomanry.
  B.W.M. & Victory.  Lieut. H.A. Churchward.
  Memorial Plaque - Hubert Alan Churchward.
   Recipient landed with his regiment in Gallipoli on 16-10-1915 and later served in Egypt before transferring  to the R.F.C. and training as a pilot.  He joined No. 9 Sqn., R.F.C. in France.  On 12-8-1917 his aircraft, an R.E.8 was driven down by an enemy action whilst on photographic reconnaissance duties near Boesinghe and badly damaged, and his observer wounded.  Five days later, on 17-8-1917 he was reported missing when his aircraft failed to return from another mission over France.  He was presumed dead and is commemorated on the Arras Flying Services  Memorial. 
   Lieut. Was aged 25, was educated privately and at Corpus Christi College, Cambridge, and was the son of the Rev. and Mrs. M.W. Churchward of Clapham Common, London.  He joined No. 9 Sqn on 21-7-1917 and was killed four weeks later.  Sold with original commissioning parchment appointing H.A. Churchward to be an Officer in the Territorial Force from 21st May 1915 - 2nd County of London (Westminster Dragoons) Yeomanry.    (EF)  £1795


1450.  Group of Two
  B.W.M. and Victory.  2/Lieut. R.G. Austin.  Recipient enlisted into the Royal Sussex Regt. on  11-10-1915 and transferred to the Machine Gun Corps on 1-1-1916.  He was commissioned on 25-5-1917 and was K.I.A., aged 22, on 26-10-1918, with 257 Coy M.G.C.  He is commemorated on the Basra Memorial.  Sold with copy papers.   (EF)  £265


1451.  Group of Two
  1914-15 Star and Victory Medal.  Jemadar Gul Akhmad  53/Sikhs.  F.F.  (B.W.M. missing)
   K.I.A. on 14-1-1916 during the Relief of Kut, and is commemorated on the Basra Memorial.    (GVF)  £160


1452.  Group of Three
  1914-15 Trio.  2/Lieut. A. Dunkley.  Worcester R.
  Memorial Plaque Alexander Dunkley.
   Recipient K.I.A. with 12th Attd. 9th Bn Worcester Regt., on 9-4-1916, and commemorated on the Basra Memorial,  Iraq.  (EF)  £950


1453.  Group of Two
  B.W.M. and Victory.  Pte. E. Arnett.  21-London R.  D.O.W. on 12-7-1916 and buried in Barlin Communal Cemetery Extension. Sold with M.I.C. which shows no entitlement to Stars. (GVF)  £85


1454.  Group of Two
  B.W.M. and Victory.  Pte. J. Borrie.  Rifle Bde.  K.I.A., aged 27, with 1st Bn on 9-4-1917 and buried in Brown’s  Copse Cemetery, Roeux, Pas De Calais.    Enlisted and resided in Fulham.   (GVF)  £85


1455.  Group of Three
  1914-15 Trio.  Dvr. J. Finn.  R.A.  (R.F.A. on Star)   
Recipient died on 2-11-1915 whilst serving with “D” Bty, 55th Bde,  R.F.A. and is buried in Alexandria (Chatby)  Military and War Memorial Cemetery.  He was born and enlisted in Aberdare.    (GVF)  £160


1456.  Group of Three
  1914-15 Trio.  Pte. J. Greatorex.  Rifle Brigade.
   K.I.A. with 7th Bn., on 22-6-1916 and buried in Faubourg D’Amiens Cemetery, Arras. Born and resided in  Hackney.  Sold with covering letter forwarding effects to parents.    (NEF)  £195


1457.  Group of Three
  1914 Star Trio.  Pte. J. Brown  A.S.C.  (Dvr. on  Star)
   K.I.A. on 11-9-1918 whilst serving with 13th Bn., R. Fusiliers.    (NEF)  £220


1458.  Group of Three
  1914-15 Trio.  2/Lieut. H.E. Mallandaine.  1/97 Infy.
  Recipient was K.I.A., on 9-3-1916 and is commemorated on the Basra War Memorial, Iraq.    (NEF)  £725


1459.  Group of Three
  1914-15 Trio.  Lieut. C.R. Prendergast.  28/Punjabis.
  Memorial Plaque  Charles Randolph Prendergast.
   Recipient was K..I.A., aged 28 in Mesopotamia on 21-1-1916 and is commemorated on the Basra Memorial.  He was born in 1888, the son of Major General and Mrs. C.L. Prendergast, late Bengal Infy.  He was educated at Cheltenham College from 1900 to 1907, then R.M.C. Sandhurst, and was commissioned into the Royal Munster Fusiliers in 1910, transferring to the Indian Army in 1914.  His school obituary lists him as being mentioned in  despatches, but we have not researched this.    (NEF)  £1150


1460.  Group of Three
  1914-15 Trio.  Pte. F. Lawrence.  Yorks Lt. Infy.
   Recipient died on 1-7-1918 whilst attached to 485th Home Service Employment Coy., Labour Corps and is buried in Scunthorpe Cemetery.   Sold with forwarding slips for medals and medal boxes.    (EF)  £170


1461.  Group of Three
  1914-15 Trio.  Pte. C. Fuller.  3 - London R.
   Died during the Great Storm at Gallipoli on 28th November 1915, & commemorated on the Helles Memorial. (NEF)  £295



1462.  Group of Five  - Family Group.   2 Brothers

  1914 Star Trio  -  Pte. W. Holwell.  1/Lincoln R.  
Recipient was injured during a bayonet charge at La Bassee in December 1914 and was shipped home.  He was operated on but contracted pneumonia & died on 31-1-1915, aged 33.  He is buried in Newark on Trent Cemetery.   
 
1914-15 Star and Victory Medal  -  Pte. J. Holwell.  Notts and Derby R.
K.I.A., on 23-4-1917, aged 25, and commemorated on the Arras Memorial. Both brothers were born and enlisted in Newark.  Sold with a photo copy of a picture, and the report of the death of Pte. W. Hollwell and a photograph of his headstone, and copies of the war diary of the 1/Lincolns from 1-11-1914 to 31-12-1914.  (NEF)  £495


1463.  Group of Two
  B.W.M. and Victory.  R.R. Rolling.  O.Tel.  R.N.  Died on 13-2-1921 whilst serving on HMS Pembroke and  buried in Sutton and Cheam (Sutton Cemetery)   (NEF)  £78


1464.  Group of Three
  1914-15 Trio.  Gnr. H. Brown  R.A.  (R.F.A., on Star)  Died on 18-12-1920 whilst attached to 19th Lines of  Communication Supply Coy, and buried in Kantara War Memorial Cemetery, Egypt.  Sold with M.I.C. which confirms service in both R.F.A. and R.A.S.C.  (NEF)  £150


1465.  Family Group  -  Father and Three Sons.

  Father  Jubilee 1887 - Metropolitan Police.  P.C. G. Thomas.  S. Divn.

  Son  B.W.M. & Victory.  2/Lieut. W.E. Thomas.
          Memorial Plaque  Walter Edward Thomas
          K.I.A. on 21-9-1918 with the 16th Bn. R. Sussex   R. and is buried in Unicorn Cemetery, Vend’Huile.

  Son  1914-15 Star and B.W.M.  Pte. F.C. Thomas.  Northumberland Fus.
          Memorial Plaque Frederick Charles  Thomas.  K.I.A. with the 12th Bn., on 27-9-1915, and commemorated on the Loos Memorial

  Son  1914-15 Trio.  Pte. S.H. Thomas.  4-Dragoon Gds.   Defence Medal.   (EF)  £875
PHOTOS



1466.  Group of Three
  1914-15 Trio.  Pnr. J. Hay.  R.E. 
  Memorial Plaque.  John Hay.    
  Recipient died in Gallipoli on 9-8-1915 whilst serving in 67th Fd. Coy.  R.E. & commemorated on the Helles  Memorial.  (NEF)  £325


1467.  Group of Three
  1914-15 Trio.  E.W. Clark  A.B.  R.N.  Accidentally killed in a collision between the tug “Tenedos” & a picket boat belonging to HMS “Implacable” on 15th May 1917, & is buried in Mikra British Cemetery, Salonika.  He was 29 years old.    (EF)  £175


1468.  Memorial Plaque.  Cecil Howard Perkins.  Lieut. C.H. Perkins was K.I.A. on 22-7-1918 serving with 2/Yorks  Regt., attached to Trench Mortar Battery.  Sold with head and shoulders photograph of recipient in uniform.  (NEF)  £170



1469.  Memorial Plaque.  Ralph Walker.  (GVF)  £55

1470.  Memorial Plaque.   David Coull.    (NEF)  £55

1471.  Memorial Plaque.   Hazara Singh.   (VF)  £50


1472.  1914 Star and Bar Trio.  Pte. A. MacDonald.  A.S.C.   (GVF)  £165
  Photos


1473.  1914 Star and Bar Trio.  Pte. E. Howard.  N. Staffs.  (Bandsman.  L/N. Staff R. on Star)    Copy Bar.    (GVF)  £210


1474.  1914 Star and Bar Trio.  Pte. J.E. Watts.  2/Wiltshire R.  Sold with copies of M.I.C. and Medal Roll.  (GVF)  £220


1475.  1914 Star and Bar Trio.  Pte. S. Burston. 1/Devon R.  (Copy bar)   (NEF)  £175
PHOTOS


1476.  1914 Star and Bar Trio.  Pte. E.H. Hulse.  A.S.C.  (Copy bar)    (GVF)  £125


1477.  1914 Star and Bar Trio.  Pte. G.W. Jones.  A. Cyl. Corps. (Pte 2/Lincolns on Star)  Mounted for display.  (NEF)  £240



1480.  1914 Star and Bar Trio.  Pte. G. McGough.  1/Liverpool Regt.  Mounted as worn.   (NEF)  £220


1481.  1914 Star and Bar Trio.  Pte. R. Morris.  Scots Guards.  (Drummer on Star)    (NEF)  £235


1482.  1914 Star Trio.  Cpl. F. Gill.  E. York R.  (Pte. 1/E. York R on Star)  (EF)  £205


1483.  1914 Star Trio.   Pte. H.A. Abbott.  1/Middlesex Regt.   (NEF)  £195


1484.  1914 Star Trio.   Pte. F. Williams.  1/Middlesex Regt.  (NEF)  £205


1485.  1914 Star Trio.   Pte. W.G. Scott.  4/R. Fusiliers.  Sold with M.I.C.   (NEF)  £195


1486.  1914 Star Trio.   Pte. R. Heaney.  2/R. Scots Fus.   (VF)  £195


1487.  1914 Star Trio.   Pte. L.S. Huggard.  Coldstream Gds.    (NEF)  £160


1488.  1914 Star Trio.   2/Lieut. J.D.R. Bryant.  E. Surrey R.  (NEF)  £275


1489.  1914 Star Trio.   M. Tweddle  A.B.  R.N.V.R.  (Drake Bn.  R.N.D. on Star)  (NEF)  £330


1490.  1914 Star Trio.   Pte. H.F. Chatfield.  18-Hussars.   (NEF)  £170
PHOTO


1491.  1914 Star Trio.   Pte. O.R. Harris.  1/Rifle Bde.  (NEF)  £160
PHOTO


1492.  1914 Star Trio.   Pte. L.S. Hoggard.  Coldstream Gds.   (NEF)  £160


1493.  1914 Star Trio.   Pte. R. Davis.  2/York & Lanc. R.   (NEF)  £160
PHOTO


1494.  1914 Star Trio.   Pte. S. Fuller.  Rifle Bde.  Sold with M.I.C. which shows landing in France on 10-9-1914.  (GVF)  £195


1495.  1914 Star Trio.   Pte. T.W. Hudson.  Leicester Yeomanry.  Entitled to S.W.B.  (Discharged 19-2-1915 - sickness)(NEF)  £325


1496.  1914 Star Trio.   Cpl. J. Chown.  2/Middlesex R.  (Pte. On Star)    Sold with M.I.C.    (NEF)  £200


1497.  1914 Star Trio.   Pte. J.H. Burden  1/Gordon Highrs.  Reverse of Star slightly rubbed - otherwise  (NEF)  £200


1498.  1914 Star Trio.   Pte, H.A. Abbott.  1/Middlesex R.    (NEF)  £195



1500.  1914 Star Trio.  Pte. W. Sweeney.  2/Highland Lt. Infy.  (GVF)  £205


1501.  1914 Star Trio.  Pte. H. Batchelor.  Somerset L.I.  (1/Som. L.I. on Star)   (GVF)  £200


1502.  1914 Star Trio.  Sgt. A. Seaman  3/Rifle Bde.  Entitled to Bar.   Mounted for display.   (NEF)  £160


1503.  1914 Star Trio.  Pte. A.J. Cole  1/R. Fusiliers.  Entitled to Bar.  (GVF)  £160


1504.  1914 Star Trio.  Pte. T.R. Cawkell  Coldstream Gds.   (NEF)  £175


1505.  1914 Star Trio.  Lieut. W. Mc.Cliff  3/Hussars.  Wounded.   (NEF)  £395


1506.  1914 Star Trio.  Pte. P.T.A.A. Wilson.  2/Lancashire Fus.    Mounted as worn.   (VF)  £185


1507.  1914 Star Trio.  R. Foulkes.  L.M.  R.N.A.S.  (Rank of A.M.I. GR. On Star)    Mounted as worn.    (NEF)  £745


1508.  1914-15 Trio.    Gnr. C.H. Welch.  C.F.A.  -  Dvr. 2/Can. Div. A.C. on Star. (Canadian Divisional Ammunition  Column)  (NEF)  £225

1510.  1914-15 Trio.    Capt. J.C.S. Williams  (Lieut. A.S.C. on Star)  (GVF)  £145

1511.  1914-15 Trio.    R. Lynch.  Sto.  R.N.R.   (GVF)  £65

1512.  1914-15 Trio.    Dvr. L. Parkinson.  R.F.A.  -  R.A.   (NEF)  £65

1514.  1914-15 Trio.    Captain E. Murphy.  31 Bn.  A.I.F.  (Lieut. on Star)   (NEF)  £750

1515.  1914-15 Trio.    Lieut. W.J. Harbord.  R.N.R.  Sold with copy papers.  Lieut. Cdr. Rtd 2-8-1923    (NEF)  £215

1516.  1914-15 Trio.    Lieut. A.E. Woolsey.  (Lieut. A.G. Woolsey 24/Canadian Infy on Star)    (NEF)  £265

1517.  1914-15 Trio.    Lieut. J.G. Robertson.  E.A. Pioneer Coy.   (NEF)  £180

1519.  1914-15 Trio.    Cpl. C.J. Michael.  R. Welsh Fus.  (GVF)  £120

1520.  1914-15 Trio.    Capt. A.W.J. Barclay  (Lieut. E. African S.C. on Star)  (NEF)  £280

1521.  1914-15 Trio.    Pte. J. Hockley.  A.S.C.    (NEF)  £65

1522.  1914-15 Trio.    Pte. J.H. Smith.  Bedford Regt.  Mounted as worn.   (NEF)  £85
PHOTOS


1523.  1914-15 Trio.    Pte. D.S. Grieve.  2-Scottish Horse.    (NEF)  £175

1524.  1914-15 Trio.    Havildar Sultan Mahomed.  R.F.A.  Official correction to part of rank on B.W.M.    (GVF)  £155

1525.  1914-15 Trio.    Spr. W. Fleming  R.E.  (Spr.  R.M. on Star)  (NEF)  £98

1526.  1914-15 Trio.    A/Sgt. J. Fraser 10-Hussars (shoeing smith on Star)  Sold with M.I.C. (Overseas 6-10-1914) (NEF)  £225

1527.  1914-15 Trio.    Pte. B. Watson.  Scottish Horse.    (NEF)  £205

1529.  1914-15 Trio.    Lieut. J. Mason.  R.N.R.    (GVF)  £145 PHOTOS

1530.  1914-15 Trio.    Eng. Sub/Lieut.  D.S. Birrell.  R.N.R.  (3. Eng. on Star)  (NEF)  £125

1531.  1914-15 Trio.    Pte. G. Lowerson.  R.M.  Sold with damaged boxes of issue and copy papers which record  recipient as wounded on 29-12-1915.  (EF)  £120

1532.  1914-15 Trio.    Lieut. T.M. Hunter  R.N.V.R.  (S/Lt on Star)   (NEF)  £195

1534.  1914-15 Trio.    Cpl. T. Shields  R.A.  (R.F.A. on Star)  Sold with M.I.C. which shows recipient transferring from  the R.F.A. to the A.P.C.  (NEF)  £72

1535.  1914-15 Trio.    Pte. W. Martin.  3-Co. of London Yeomanry.  (GVF)  £185

1536.  1914-15 Trio.    Lieut. W.J. Harboard  R.N.R.  Copy papers.    (NEF)  £215

1537.  1914-15 Trio  Sub-Lieut. H.S. Read.  R.N.V.R.  (A.B.  M.F.A. on Star)  Mounted as worn.    (NEF)  £145

1538.  1914-15 Trio.    Pte. W.S. Griggs.  R.M.A.    (NEF)  £105

1539.  1914-15 Trio.    D.T. McKenzie  A.B.  R.N.V.R.  (D.F. McKenzie on Star - number tallies)    (NEF)  £96

1540.  1914-15 Trio.    Pte. H.A. Gearing.  A.V.C.    (GVF)  £95

WW1 Pairs.

1541.  B.W.M. & Victory.    13.  A-Fwn. A. Woodward.  Q.M.A.A.C.  Very early service number.  (NEF)  £275

1542.  B.W.M. & Victory.    Sepoy Kalu Khan.  101 Grenadiers.  (VF)  £85

1543.  B.W.M. & Victory.    Pte. R.H. Johns.  Manchester R.  (NEF)  £36

1547.  B.W.M. & Victory.    Cpl. J.H. Rogers.  E. Surrey Regt.  (NEF)  £36

1551.  B.W.M. & Victory.    Capt. T. David.  (GVF)  £70

1553.  B.W.M. & Victory.    Pte. H. Blackett.  Northumberland Yeo.  Sold with M.I.C. (NEF)  £95

1554.  B.W.M. & Victory.    Pte. J.H. Hollingworth.  S. Wales Bord.  Mounted as worn. (NEF) £60

1555.  B.W.M. & Victory.    2/Lieut. N. Benton.  Mounted for display.   (NEF)  £70

1556.  B.W.M. & Victory.    Pte. B.J. Taylor.  Middlesex R.    (NEF)  £36

1557.  B.W.M. & Victory.    Pte. W.F. Garth.  Middlesex R.    (NEF)  £36

1558.  B.W.M. & Victory.    Pte. G. Mortlock.  Rifle Brigade.    Mounted for display. (NEF)  £36

1559.  B.W.M. & Victory.    Jnr. Eng. R.E. Harvey.  (NEF)  £60

1561.  B.W.M. & Victory.    (Bi-Lingual reverse)  Pte. W.J. Mathee  2nd Infantry.   (GVF)  £78
PHOTOS

1562.  B.W.M. & Victory.    (Bi-Lingual reverse)  Pte. E.M. Blount.  1st C.C.    (GVF)  £75

1563.  B.W.M. & Victory.    Pte. 2.  W. McGrorey.  R.A.F.   (EF)  £40

1564.  B.W.M. & Victory.    Pte. S. Bradley.  Middlesex R.   (NEF)  £36

1565.  B.W.M. & Victory.    Pte. E. Shanklin.  Middlesex R.  (NEF)  £36
Photos


1566.  B.W.M. & Victory.    2/Lieut. A.L. Rozier  (R.F.A.)  Also entitled to 1914-15 Star (Bmbr  R.F.A.) and Military   Cross (M.C.)  -  L/G 8-3-1919 - 2/Lt. A.L. Rozier R.F.A.  (S.R.), Attd.  23rd A. Bde.  -  “For conspicuous gallantry   and power of command at a critical moment.  On 5th Oct. 1918 at La Baraque, a complete team was blown up by shell fire on the road.  He took immediate command of the situation, bound up the wounded, cleared the road, and led the  remainder of the Battery through the hostile fire without further casualties”.  Sold with M.I.C.  (GVF)  £300
PHOTOS

1567.  B.W.M. & Victory.    Pte. T. Lupton.  Monmouth R.  Sold with M.I.C. which shows no entitlement to Star.  (NEF)  £88

1568.  B.W.M. & Victory.    Lieut. C.A. Barrell.  Royal Marines.    (GVF)  £170

1569.  B.W.M. & Victory.    Eng. S. Lieut. G.W. Gilbert.  R.N.R.    (NEF)  £78

1570.  B.W.M. & Victory.    Pte. F.G. Leach.  R.M.L.I.   (NEF)  £50

1571.  B.W.M. & Victory.    2/Lieut. W.W. Marsters.  Sold with copy papers which show enlisting in the A.S.C. on  6-9-1915 and being commissioned into that corps on 15-4-1918.  (NEF)  £85

1572.  B.W.M. & Victory.    Pte. J.T. Austin.  R.W. Fus.    (NEF)  £60

1573.  B.W.M. & Victory.    Pte. R. Cheshire.  Welsh R.    (NEF)  £60

1574.  B.W.M. & Victory.    Pte. 2.  J. Arthur.  R.A.F.    (NEF)  £40

1575.  B.W.M. & Victory.    Pte. W. Eckersall.  Welsh R.   (GVF)  £60

1576.  B.W.M. & Victory.    Pte. A.G. Evans.  Welsh R.   Mounted as worn.    (GVF)  £60

1577.  B.W.M. & Victory.    Pte. J./L. Kennedy.  Monmouth R.   (GVF)  £100

1578.  B.W.M. & Victory.    Pte.1.  S.I. White.  R.A.F.     (NEF)  £40

1579.  B.W.M. & Victory.    Payr. S/Lieut. A. Thomas.  R.N.R.   (NEF)  £78

1580.  B.W.M. & Victory.    Paymaster S. Lieut. J.H. Hunt.  R.N.R.  Confirmed no entitlement to Star.   (NEF)  £78

1581.  B.W.M. & Victory.    Pte. 2. H. Marles.  R.A.F.   (NEF)  £40


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RENAMED, ERASED & DAMAGED MEDALS

1582.  S.E. Asia 1945-46  -  Clasp only.    (NEF)  £12

1586.  Egypt 1882.  1 Bar  Alexandria.  11th July.  H. Reardon.  A.B.  HMS Invincible.  Neatly renamed.  Sold with  copy papers.   Very minor pitting.   (VF)  £140

1587.  Territorial Force War Medal.  An excellent specimen/copy.  (NEF)  £50

1589.  Medal for the Defence of Ookiep  -  Bronze.  (Cape Copper Coy Medal)  -  Copy.    (EF)  £35

1590.  Victoria Cross.  Very good copy.  (EF)  £15

1591.  Kimberley Medal. 1900.  Given to local forces who took part in the Defence.  A very good copy.   (EF)  £40

1592.  Queens Gallantry Medal.  Very good copy.    (EF)  £25

1593.  I.G.S. 1908  1 Bar NWF 1908/  T. Major E.A.F. Johnston.  Att. 1st Royal Dragoons  -  Renamed.    (GVF)  £68

1595.  Cape of Good Hope G.S.M.  No Bar. Very good contemporary copy.  Un-named.  (GVF) £52

1596.  Air Crew Europe Star  -  Very good copy.  (NEF)  £15

1597.  I.G.S. 1854.  1 Bar Sikkim 1888.  Pte. H. Brown.  2nd Bn Derby Regt.  Renamed.    (GF)  £275
PHOTOS

1598.  I.G.S. 1854.  1 Bar Burma 1885-7.  Pte. A. McKay.  2. R. Scots Fus. -  Renamed  -  Sold with copy papers.  (NEF)  £90
PHOTOS

1599.  Q.S.A.  4 Bars Talana/Def. Of L’Smith/OFS/SA’02.  Pte. J. Carley.  K.R.R.C.  -  Renamed.  Sold with copy  papers which show entitlement to Def. Of L’Smith and O.F.S. Bars, and confirm service in W.W.1.  (VF)  £145

1600.  Egypt 1882.  No Bar.  Pte. John Gillanders.  32nd Coy R.M.L.I. - renamed.  Sold with Khedives Star 1882 named  as above.  Egypt Medal pitted - (NVF)  Star (GVF)  £150
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1601.  I.G.S. 1854.  1 Bar Northwest Frontier.  Details neatly erased.   (NEF)  £150 PHOTOS

1602.  Distinguished Conduct Medal  (D.C.M.)  Geo. V.  Tailors copy.  Silver  (NEF)  £120

1603.  Colonial Prison Service Long Service.  Eliz. 11.  Ch. Warder Mohd Lancy Bin Kaman.  Fed. Of Malaya  -  Officially renamed.    (NEF)  £350


Tribute, Peace, Sports, and Temperance Medals and Medallions.

Photos can be requested for any of the medals we are currently selling.

1605.  R.G.A.  Obverse - Divisional sign in enamel.  Reverse, embossed “325 Siege Battery R.G.A.  France 1917-18.  With Top Pin Bar small  -  R.A. Cap Badge in silver and enamel.  Size 1” diameter.    (NEF)  £40


1606.  Northamptonshire Police  -  Medallion - 1¾” diameter  -  Commemorating the 150th anniversary of the County  Force.  Obverse - County badge and legend.  Reverse  -  Police badge and “25th April 1840-1990. In fitted case  (EF)  £26



1608.  Berlin Airlift 1948-1949.  Gilt Medallion commemorating the Airlift.  In Royal Mint fitted case of issue.  (EF)  £28


1609.  Rhodesian Independence  Nov 11th 1965.  Medallion in Silver - in official case.   (EF)  £45

1610.  Rhodesian Independence  Nov 11th 1965.  Medallion in Bronze  -  in official case.   (EF)  £35
 

1611.  University of St. Andrews  Tullis Medal 1882-83.  Silver oval shaped Medal 45 mm x 55 mm.  Reverse engraved  “Awarded to Alexander Cleland.  2nd class of mathematics.  P.R. Scott Lang  M.A.  Professor.   (NEF)  £155


1612.  Metropolitan Borough of Wandsworth Bronze Medallion.  2” diameter.  Obverse - Coat of Arms.  Reverse -  “Presented to W. Chipperfield for services rendered during air raids in the Borough 1915-1918”.   (EF)  £185


1613.  25th Middlesex V.R. Corps Bank of England.  Bronze Medallion 1½” diameter commemorating the 1902 Coronation.  Obverse  -  Bust of the King and Queen.  Reverse  -  Britannia and Legend.  In fitted John Pinches case of issue.  (EF)  £90


1614.  City of Carlisle Bronze Medallion 1¼” diameter  -  To commemorate the Coronation of King Edward V11.   In fitted case.  (NEF)  £20


1615.  Children’s Hospital Birmingham Douglas Stanley Medal - Bronze.  Reverse engraved “Nurse Kathleen Annette  Barfield 1940”   (NEF)  £85


1616.  B.R.C.S.  3 years service Medal.  No. 55901.  Gilt and enamel.   (EF)  £10


1617.  Evening Chronicle Medal of Honour.  Gilt and enamel - similar to a small O.B.E. 1st type.  Reverse - “Gloops Club  Member of Honour”  Un-named.  Fitted with top pin bar “For Achievement”.    (NEF)  £25



1619.  British Army on the Rhine - B.A.R.  Bronze Medallion 1¾” diameter.  Obverse - Figure of Victory, with  attacking troops in the background.  Reverse engraved “B.A.R.  L.G. & H.G. Match. “A” Group.  Offrs., W.O.s &  Sergts.  3rd Prize.  S.A. Meeting 1925”.   (NEF)  £20


1620.  The Incorporated Law Society of Great Britain.  Heavy Bronze Medallion (2” diameter)  Presented to Solicitors  and Articled Clerks who served in the South African Campaign 1899-1902, and who were entertained by the  Society, at a banquet in its hall on December 18th 1902.  (GVF)  £535


1621.  Cameronians.  Silver Medal for service to the Cameronians Scottish Rifles 1689-1968.  Edge impressed “In Memory  of 2nd Lieut. M.G. Fraser.  Died 1-7-16.  Lt. Fraser was K.I.A., aged 20, with the 2nd Bn., and is commemorate  on the Thiepval Memorial.  (1st Day of the Somme casualty)   (NEF)  £175
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1623.  The Incorporated Law Society of the United Kingdom.  A heavy bronze medallion 2” diameter.  Boer War  Tribute.  Obverse - Coat of Arms surrounded by title.  Reverse - “Presented by the President of the Society and the  Vice President to solicitors and articled clerks who served in the South African Campaign 1899-1902, and who  were entertained by the Society at a banquet, in its hall on December 18th 1902”.  (NEF)  £475


1624.  Earl Mountbatten Memorial Medallion.  1¾” diameter.  “Silver”.  Obverse - Bust, surrounded by “The Earl  Mountbatten of Burma 1900-1979”.  Reverse - Coat of Arms with “M. of B.” in centre.   (EF)  £25


1625.  Dag Hammarskjold Memorial Medallion.  1½” bronze.  Obverse - Bust surrounded by “Dag Hammarskjold  1905-1961”  Reverse - Doves of Peace, and “Danmarks U-Landshjaelp 1962”  (NEF)  £20


1626.  Robert Gordons Technical College, Aberdeen.  Obverse - Coat of Arms surrounded by Legend.  Reverse - “In  Memory Of Those Students Who Gave Their Lives.  1914-1918”.  1¾” Bronze.   (NEF)  £25


1627.  Subhashchandra Bose  Bronze gilt Medallion 2½” diameter, marking 100th Anniversary of his birth.  Obverse -  Head and shoulders bust of Bose in uniform, surrounded by “Subhashchandra Bose 1897-1945” and “Tum Muje  Khoon Do, Main Tumhe Azadi Doonga”.  Reverse, Gandhi, Bose, The Indian National Army, and map of India  surrounded by ”On the Occasion of 100th Birth Anniversary Year of Subhashchandra Bose 1897-1997.  Prior to W.W.2., Bose fought for Independence of India and was arrested several times.  In 1941 he fled to Germany and made regular broadcasts from radio Berlin, and in 1943 arrived in Singapore where he raised the Indian National  Army, comprised mainly of Indian P.O.Ws.  He was reported killed in an air crash in August 1945.  Sold with  biographical details.    (EF)  £75
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1628.  John Dickinson & Company Ltd.  Bronze Medallion 1½” diameter, celebrating Peace.  Obverse - Dove of Peace  and Olive Branch.  “Peace July 19th 1919”.  Reverse - embossed Company’s name and “For Work Well Done 1914-  1918”.  Presented to employees etc., who served in the War.  In fitted leatherette case.  (EF)  £38


1629.  France.  -  Peace Medallion 1919.  Bronze.  1¾” diameter.  Obverse trophy of allied flags with Statue of Liberty at the back, surrounded by the names of the allied nations.  Reverse - troops marching under the Arc De Triumph,  surrounded by a palm and oak leaves.  Named “Comdr. Noel Martin.  R.A.F.  (NEF)  £60


1630.  A.R.P. Medallion.  Sterling Silver.  2 inches diameter.  Obverse - sprays of laurel, the centre of which is engraved  “Air Raid Warden Alfred Lawton”.  Reverse engraved “Presented by Post 5, A.R.P. Social Club, Great Barr on  his 80th Birthday.  1st March 1944”.   In fitted leatherette case.   (EF)  £90 
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1631.  Royal British Legion.  Nickel silver Medallion.  1¾” diameter.  Obverse - Royal British Legion Crest.  Reverse -  “Diamond Jubilee 1921-1981”., crossed flags, motto, and laurels.  In fitted “Tower Mint” case.  (EF)  £26


1632.  County Borough of Great Yarmouth Education Committee  -  2 Medals for perfect attendance & good conduct -  white metal 1st year and bronze 2nd year.   (GVF)  £15


1633.  Royal Medico-Psychological Association Medal for proficiency in mental nursing - bronze -  A.E. Leath  (NEF)  £20


1634.  U.D.C. of Beeston and Stapleford.  Gilt Medal commemorating the 1937 Coronation.   (EF)  £18


1635.  The Commonwealth Shooting Federation European Division Championship.  Silver plated medal 2¼” diameter with ring suspension for neckwear.  Legend and crown on obverse.  Laurel wreath on reverse.  Un-named.    (EF)  £15


1636.  Empire Day Challenge Cup.  Handsome bronze medallion 48 mm diameter.  Obverse - Trophy cup surrounded by  “The Empire Day Challenge Cup”, with “Presented by Lt. Col. R.W. Shumacher, Witwatersrand Rifles” below.  Reverse - A Bowman and a Rifleman and the dates  “1300-1500” and “1860”, on either side, and the legend “Sit  Perpetuum” in the exergue.  Named around the rim “4187 Sergt. J. Trollope”.  Contained in a leatherette case  fitted by Elkington & Co. Ltd., with the initials “J.T.” in gold on the lid  (EF)  £75
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1637.  The Forces Help Society & Lord Roberts Workshops.  Heavy gilt medallion 2½” diameter.  Obverse  -  Britannia,  surrounded by the legend “Fortieth Anniversary.  End of World War 11.  1945-1985”  Reverse  -  Dove of Peace and  the legend “40 Years of Peace in Europe.  1945-8th May-1985.  Named around the rim “F.G. Brown.  D/MX 66775  leading S.A.  Royal Navy”.  Contained in a fitted Royal Mint case with the title in gold on the lid.    (EF)  £75


1638.  Tyne Garrison 1914-1918  Silver medallion 41mm diameter  -  “In Memory of the Great War and For Services  Rendered to Tyne Garrison.  Christmas 1918”   (NEF)  £135


1641.  City of Lincoln Tribute Medallion 1914-1919  -  Bronze  -  1½” diameter.    (NEF)  £50


1642.  City of Birmingham Festival Centenary 1889-1989 Gilt medallion 1½” dia. In
Birmingham Mint fitted case (EF)  £12


1643.  Worsley - Medal commemorating the visit of the King and Queen to present Colours to the East Lancs Territorial  Force in Worsley Park July 6th 1909.  White metal.  1½” diameter.    (NEF)  £30



1645.  Pakistan Air Force. "Silver" Medal. 1 3/4" Diameter. Obverse - The Air Force Crest Obverse engraved "Swimming 1978".    (NEF)  £10


1646.  Orillia Tribute Medal.  Bronze.  “Orillia’s Recognition of War Service 1914-1919.”  (Canada)  Un-named.  (EF)  £16


1648.  Societe Hauraise De Tir  -  Silver medal 1” diameter  -  reverse engraved “First visit of the English Volunteers  to France.  May 1874”.  (NEF)  £45


1649.  East Rand Volunteer Rifle Assocn. “Farrar Cup 26-4-08.  Won by Wit Rifles.  R.S.M.  R. McArthur”   (EF)  £80


1650.  Sutton Coldfield Peace Medal 1919 in White Metal.    (NEF)  £13


1651.  County Borough of Smethwick Peace Celebrations 1919.  White enamel.  (EF)  £13


1652.  Medal to Commemorate the Union of South Africa.  31st May 1910.  1¼” diameter, white metal.    (NEF)  £25



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1653.  Four.  1914-15 Trio.  Shanghai Municipal Council Emergency Medal.   Mounted as worn.  (EF)  £100

1654.  N.A.T.O. Service  -  Former Yugoslavia.  Mounted for wear.  (EF)  £10

1655.  Ambulance Service (Emergency duties)  L.S.G.C.   Mounted for wear.   (EF)  £10

1656.  Distinguished Conduct Medal.  Geo. V.  Modern striking.   (EF)  £12

1657.  Saudi Arabian Medal for the Liberation of Kuwait.   Mounted for wear. (EF)  £16

1658.  Two.  G.S.M. 1 Bar Iraq.  L.S.G.C.  Geo. V. “Regular Army”.  Contemporary.  Mounted as worn.    (NEF)  £35

1660.  Coronation Medal 1911.  Silver.   (EF)  £15

1661.  Two.  Order of St. .John - Serving Brother.  Voluntary Medical Services Medal.   Mounted as worn.  (NEF)  £35

1662.  Diamond Jubilee Medal 2012   (EF)  £9

1663.  Jubilee Medal 2012  (EF)  £10

1664.  UNITAS Medal (South Africa) - Awarded to members of British Military Advisory Team in South Africa 1994 (Medal Year Book No SA40) (EF)  £11

1665.  Order of St. John.  Officer (Sister)  Enamelled badge.    (NEF)  £18

1666.  U.S.A.  -  Defence M.S.M.    (EF)  £6

1667.  U.S.A. - National Defence Service Medal.    (NEF)  £5





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