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Distinguished Service Medal (Copy)

Condition: VF

Distinguished Service Medal, GV. A French-made silvered bronze copy. 

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Kaiser-i-Hind Medal, bronze

Condition: VF

kaiser-i-Hind Medal, bronze. New ribbon. Some light discoloration or polish residue in the recesses. 

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Kaiser-I-Hind Medal, silver

Condition: VF

Kaiser-I-Hind Medal, GV, second class, silver. Solid strike. No pin on the top bar.

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King's Medal for Service in Cause of Freedom

Condition: VF

King's Medal for Service in the Cause of Freedom, GVI. Unnamed, as issued. On an unmounted ribbon.

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Liverpool Shipwreck Humane Soc Marine Medal

Condition: VF

Liverpool  Shipwreck and Humane Society Marine Medal, bronze, 38mm. Engraved on the edge "To Harry Slater, for gallant service, 13/8/1942".

Liverpool Shipwreck and Humane Society records show: "Bronze Medal, Certificate and 40/- to Harry Slater for having rescued a boy from the Leeds and Liverpool Canal, near Litherland Road Bridge, Bootle, on the 13th August 1942."

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Military Cross, GVI, "1945"

Condition: VF

Military Cross, GVI, dated "1945" on the reverse. 

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Military Medal group (Nk Sadiq, 8th Punjabis)

Condition: Near VF

Immediate Military Medal group of five to Naik Mohd Sadiq, 3/8 Punjab Regiment, for Italy: Military Medal, GVI (19042 Nk Mohd Sadiq Punjab R.) [official correction to the unit]; 1939-45 Star; Italy Star; Defense Medal; War Medal. Bar-mounted for wear. Light edge wear and bruising; ribbons worn and resewn. With copied recommendation approved by Field Marshal Alexander for immediate award.

Sadiq was recommended for actions: “On the night 10/11th Apr 45 A Coy 3/9 Punjab took part in the attack on the strongly held Scolo Tratturno, a canal, just west of the River Senio. As soon as A Coy had secured its objective the enemy counter-attacked on the extreme right flank with approx 10 men in an attempt to destroy a footbridge. The men in the immediate vicinity of the bridge were pushed back so No.19042 Nk Mohd Sadiq commanding the section holding this area together with two other men of his section charged across the bridge firing as they went. This sudden charge upset the enemy plan, one Spandau party thereupon took up a position in a nearly trench and the remainder were cleared from the bridge. To prevent a second attempt to destroy the bridge Nk Mohd Sadiq left the two men to guard it while he alone stalked the enemy Spandau which was by then firing on the bridge area. Having got close to the post he rushed it firing his TSMG and killing the enemy gunner. His ammunition ran out so he threw the two grenades he had with him, thereby killing the second. The two remaining Germans tried to run away but Naik Mohd Sadiq determined to finish the job ran after them and by hitting them with his TSMG induced them to surrender. This Naik’s devotion to duty and courage prevented the enemy from destroying the bridge and prevented them from establishing themselves on A Coy’s right flank from where they would undoubtedly have caused A Coy heavy casualties. His example and complete disregard for his own safety were an inspiration to all ranks.” Naik Sadiq’s Military Medal was announced in the Supplement to the London Gazette of 23 August 1945. Only 20 men of the 8th Punjab Regiment received the Military Medal in World War II. 
 

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Military Medal, GV (Pte Stirrat, 5/A&S Highrs)

Condition: VF

Military Medal, GV (200595 Pte J. Stirrat, 5/A&S Highrs:).

There is a Greenock Telegraph newspaper mention of Private Stirrat being admitted to hospital in Malta on 23 October 1915, when the battalion was in Gallipoli. Stirrat’s Military Medal was announced in the London Gazette of 24 January 1919. The 5th Battalion served at Gallipoli, Palestine and Egypt before moving to France in 1918.  

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Military Medal, GV (Specimen)

Condition: VF

Military Medal, GV, impressed "Specimen (K/4396)" on the edge. 

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New Zealand. Meritorious Service Medal, EIIR

Condition: VF

New Zealand. Meritorious Service Medal, EIIR, unnamed.

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Order of the League of Mercy Badge

Condition: VF

 Order of the League of Mercy. Silver-gilt and enamel. On a bow mount. Cased.

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Sea Gallantry Medal, gallantry, Victoria, bronze

Condition: VF

Sea Gallantry Medal for gallantry, Victoria, bronze (58mm). An unnamed specimen, with some small dark spots on the obverse.

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Volunteer Officers Decoration, VR

Condition: VF

Volunteer Officers Decoration, Victoria. Hallmarked for 1900. On an unmounted ribbon without top bar.  

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