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"Military Badge Collecting", John Gaylor

Condition: VF

"Military Badge Collecting", by John Gaylor, London, 1971. Hardbound, 150pp, with 50 monochrome plates illustrating hundreds of badges.

A brginning guide to collecting British Army regimental badges, with descriptions and photographs.

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"Officers Died in the Great War"

Condition: VF

 "Officers Died in the Great War, 1914-1919".

A  1979 reprint of the 1919 original roll of British officers who died in World War I.  The officers are listed by regiment and the listings include their full name, decorations and date of death. A classic research source. Softbound, 262pp. The covers show wear and are tape-repaired along the spine.

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"The MSM to Aerial Forces". McInnes

Condition: VF

"The Meritorious Service Medal to Aerial Forces", by Ian McInnes, 1984.  Softbound, 63pp, illustrated.

A roll of recipients of the Meritorious Service Medal to members of the air forces (Royal Flying Corps, Royal Air Force, Royal Naval Air Service, Australian Flying Corps) since 1916. With London Gazette references and citations, where available.

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1914 Star (Pte O.T. Smith, ASC)

Condition: VF

1914 Star (SS-405 Pte O.T. Smith, ASC).

Private Smith is confirmed on the roll for the medal without clasp.

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1914 Star and bar group (Roake, ASC)

Condition: VF

1914 Star and bar group to A. Cpl N. A. Roake, Army Service Corps: 1914 Star with date bar (MS-152 Pte, ASC); British War Medal; Victory Medal (A. Cpl, ASC); Defense Medal.

The trio is bar-mounted. The Defense Medal is in its original box addressed to Roake in Woking, Surrey, with a forwarding slip and a claim slip from the Chief Regional Fire Officer in Tunbridge Wells. 
 

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1914-15 Star (Cpl Burton, R. Scots)

Condition: VF

1914-15 Star (11843 Cpl. D. Burton, R. Scots). Verified on his Medal Index Card.  

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1914-15 Star (Dvr Khan, 27 Mtn Bty)

Condition: VF

 1914-15 Star (No.1118 Dvr Zaffar Khan, 27/Mtn By). The pendant is dark and shows corrosion.

The 27th Mountain Battery saw action in East Africa.

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1914-15 Star (Havr Ali, 2/Kashmir Rifles)

Condition: VF

 1914-15 Star (No.805 Havr. Ain Ali, 2/Kashmir Rfls). Some corrosion on the obverse.

The 2nd Kashmir Rifles fought in East Africa in World War I.

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1914-15 Star (MacCulloch, 8th Infantry)

Condition: VF

 South Africa. 1914-15 Star (Pte H/ MacCulloch, 8th Infantry)

The 8th South African Infantry, known as the "Railways and Workers" Regiment, was largely recruited from employees of South African Railways. It saw action in East Africa during World War I.

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1914-15 Star (Nk. Talab, 23 P. Mtn Batty, FF)

Condition: VF

1914-15 Star (No.115/Nk. Faiz Talab/23 P. Mtn Batty, FF).

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1914-15 Star (Pte Harris, Leic. R.)

Condition: VF

1914-15 Star (21734 Pte T. W. Harris, Leic: R.). Thomas W. Harris also received the Silver War Badge and was discharged for wounds received in 1916. He went to France 29 December 1915.  

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1914-15 Star (Sep Shakar, 93 Burma Infy)

Condition: VF

1914-15 Star (No.3145/Sepoy Shakar/93 Burma Infy).

Sepoy Shakar Khan (3145), 93rd Burma Infantry, Indian Army, died on 14 March 1916 and is commemorated on the Basra Memorial.

On 8 March 1916, the regiment began operations at Dujailia to relieve the garrison at Kut-al-Amara, losing 400 men in the battle.
 

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1914-15 Star (Sep Zaman Ali, 127 Baluch LI

Condition: VF

1914-15 Star (No.744/Sepoy Zaman Ali/127 Baluch L.I.)
 

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1914-15 Star (Sep, 1/130 Baluchis)

Condition: VF

 1914-15 Star (No.4308 Sepoy Fateh Muhd 1/130 Baluchis)

The regiment served in German East Africa and Palestine during World War I.

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1914-15 Star (Sharp, E.Afr.P.Guard.)

Condition: VF

 1914-15 Star (7401/Sjt. G. Sharp/E.Afr.P.Guard) [East African Prison Guard]

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1914-15 Star (Wadey, SSA, RN)

Condition: VF

1914-15 Star (M.10389 P.S. Wadey, SSA, RN) [Ship’s Steward’s Assistant]. The roll shows that Percy S. Wadey received a 1914-15 trio.  

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1914-15 trio (A.J. Bitton, RFA)

Condition: VF

Group of three to Gunner Alfred J. Bitton, Royal Field Artillery:  1914-15 Star; British War Medal; Victory Medal (94976 Gnr. A. J. Bitton, RFA). With a studio photo post card of Bitton in uniform standing behind a couple. Also, with a copy of Bitton's Medal Index Card, veifying the medals and noting that he arrived in France in November 1915. On the BWM/Victory roll, his rank is listed as saddler.

The post card is heavily taped to a cardstock mat.

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1914-15 trio (Bedford, Manchester Regt)

Condition: VF

Group of three: 1914-1915 Star (1908 Cpl A.E. Bedford, Manch R.); British war Medal; Victory Medal (1908 Sjt, Manch: R.). Bar-mounted for wear. With copied Medal Index Card.

Arthur E. Bedford is confirmed for the 1914-15 trio. He went to the Balkans in May 1915 and was discharged in 1919. He later also received the Territorial Efficiency Medal (location unknown)
 

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1914-15 Trio (Dvr D. Mills, RFA)

Condition: VF

Group of three: 1914-15 Star (L-9885 Dvr D. Mills, RFA); British War Medal; Victory Medal (Dvr, RA)

With a copied Medal Index Card showing Driver David Mills earned the three medals, arriving in France on 28 November 1915.  With a Royal Artillery cap badge.  Crudely mounted by a collector for display.

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1914-15 trio (Pte E.C. Pratt, RAMC)

Condition: VF+

Three to Private Edward C. Pratt, Royal Army Medical Corps: 1914-15 Star (42260 Pte E.C. Pratt, RAMC); British War Medal; Victory Medal (Pte, RAMC). With a brass plate from a display frame engraved “Edward Charles Pratt/Born at Abingdon, July 3rd, 1872/Died at Lyon, June 11th, 1951".
 

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1914-15 trio (Pte Roy, E. Africa Pay Corps)

Condition: VF

  1914-15 Star' British War Medal (7019 Pte J. Roy, E. Afr. P.C.) [East Africa Pay Corps].

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1914-15 trio/SWB (Thorpe, Seaforth)

Condition: VF

Group of four to Private Harry Thorpe, Seaforth Highlanders: 1914-15 Star (3882 Pte H. Thorp, Sea. Highrs); British War Medal; Victory Medal (3882 Pte H. Thorpe, Sea. Highrs); Silver War Badge, numbered "462775";

Private Thorpe's first Medal Index Card (as "Thorp") verifies the 1914-15 Star and references a second MIC; his second Medal Index Card (as "Thorpe") verifies the pair (and notes later service in the Labor Corps); the Silver War Badge roll confirms his entitlement for wounds. Note the surname spelling difference on the Star, explained by the differing Medal Index Cards.

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1939-45 Star (Sepoy Ram, Indian Grenadiers)

Condition: VF

 1939-45 Star (2632072 Sep/Gupdas Ram/Ind. Grs.).

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Abyssinia Medal (Dvr Thomas, 14 Bde, RA)

Condition: VF

Abyssinia Medal (1979/Drivr/G. Thomas/G By, 14 Bde, RA).  

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Abyssinia Medal (Pte Janmaiter, 2d Gr Regt NI)

Condition: VF

Abyssinia Medal, impressed “No.1794/Private/Janmaiter/2d Gr Regt, NI”.  

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Abyssinia Medal (Rogers, 33rd D.W. Regt)

Condition: VF

Abyssinia Medal, “619/J. Rogers/33rd D.W.Regt”. Suspension repaired as commonly found.  

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Abyssinia Medal (Williams, 4th KOR Regt)

Condition: VF

Abyssinia Medal (584/S. Williams/1st Battn/4th The/K.O.R. Regt).  

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Afghanistan Medal, "Ali Musjid" (Holt. 81st Foot)

Condition: VF

Afghanistan Medal, clasp “Ali Musjid”, engraved “12 Bde/135 Pte J. Holt, 81st Foot”. Edge bruising and marks.

Pte John Holt is confirmed on the roll for the medal and clasp. The roll notes that Holt was transferred to the Army Reserve. The battle at Ali Musjid was the last battle honor of the 81st Foot, which was amalgamated into the Loyal North Lancashire Regiment in 1881.
 

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Afghanistan Medal, "Ali Musjid" (Kent. Leic. R.)

Condition: VF

 Afghanistan Medal, clasp “Ali Musjid” (27 B/ Pte W. Kent, 1/17th Regt) [Leicestershire Regiment]. The medal and clasp are verified on the roll. 

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Afghanistan Medal, no clasp (Sepoy, 16th NI)

Condition: VF

Afghanistan Medal, no clasp (Sepoy Riazul Hakk, 16th Regt N.I.) 

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Afghanistan Medal, no clasp (Williams, 7th Foot)

Condition: VF

 Afghanistan Medal, no clasp (1384 Pte T. Williams, 2/7th Foot) [Royal Fusiliers]. The medal is verified on the roll.

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Afghanistan, no clasp (Pte Bunyan, 78th Foot)

Condition: VF

Afghanistan Medal, no clasp (1084 Pte G. Bunyan, 78th Foot) [Seaforth Highlanders]. Surface and edge marks. 

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Africa General Svc, "East Africa 1913-14" (1/KAR)

Condition: VF

 Africa General Service Medal, clasp “East Africa 1913-14" (435 Pte Chisiko, C Coy, 1/KAR). Edge wear over part of the naming; the medal has been harshly cleaned in the past..

There were 305 medals issued to the 1st King’s African Rifles.

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Africa GSM, "BCA 1899-1900" (Kachinda, 1st KAR)

Condition: VF

Africa General Service Medal, EVII, clasp “B.C.A. 1899-1900" (50 L.Corpl: Kachinda, 1st K.A. Rifles). Surface and edge wear. The medal and clasp are verified on the roll.  

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Africa GSM, "Kenya" (Muko, KAR)

Condition: VF

Africa General Service Medal, clasp “Kenya” (EA 18124404 Pte Kisele Muko, KAR). An official correction to the surname.

 

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Africa GSM, "Somaliland 1908-10" (1/KAR)

Condition: VF

Africa General Service Medal, clasp “Somaliland 1908-10" (17 M.G.P. Wendafialo, 1/KAR). 

Machine Gun Porter Wendafialo is confirmed on the roll for the medal and clasp.
 

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Africa Service Medal (O. Venter)

Condition: VF

Africa Service Medal, 1939-1945 (W56121 O. Venter). 

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Africa Star

Condition: VF

Africa Star. 

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Army LSGC, GVI, "Regular Army" (McGavin, IACC)

Condition: VF

Army Long Service and Good Conduct Medal, GVI (Fid:Def:), bar "Regular Army" (2816025 WO Cl I T. McGavin, I.A.C.C.) [Indian Army Corps of Clerks].

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Ashanti Star

Condition: VF

Ashanti Star, unnamed.

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Atlantic Star

Condition: VF

Atlantic Star. 

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Australia. Red Cross Society Long Service Medal

Condition: VF

Australian Red Cross Society. Long Service Medal, gilt, unnamed. With pin-back top bar. Marked "Brim/Melb" on the reverse.

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Australia. Unofficial Ex-POW Medal

Condition: VF

Australia. Unofficial ex-Prisoner of War Medal. On an unmounted ribbon.

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Baltic Medal, unnamed

Condition: Near VF

Baltic Medal, unnamed. The front of the suspension claw device has broken away.

 

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British War Medal (204 Camel Corps E.A.)

Condition: VF

 British War Medal (204 Camel Corps E.A.).

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British War Medal (A.Sjt Glazebrook, 25-London)

Condition: VF

 British War Medal (806 A.Sjt W.M. Glazebrook, 25-Lond R) [London Cyclists]

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British War Medal (Cpl D. Blair, ASC)

Condition: VF

GB. British War Medal (S4-061124 Cpl D. Blair, ASC). Edge nick at 6:00 o’clock.

Corporal Donald Blair went to France 28 July 1915.

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British War Medal (Cruickshanks, DLI), Deserter

Condition: VF

British War Medal (19-1010 Pte R. Cruickshanks, Durh. L.I.). With extensive copied service records.

Robert Cruikshanks, from Sunderland, enlisted on 10 May 1915. He went AWOL in December 1916 and received 21 days detention as punishment. He had two more periods of absence in 1917 and was declared a deserter. He returned to his unit in 1918 and signed a confession that he had deserted, receiving 28 days of detention. After his dentention, he was sent to France, where he remained until being demobilized in April 1919. His Medal Index Card confirms that he earned the British War Medal and Victory Medal. Copied correspondence between Cruickshanks and the Army in 1922 shows that this medal was sent to his home address. His disciplinary problems all occured in the United KIngdom. Once in France, he was promoted to lance corporal and retained that rank.

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British War Medal (Dvr Downs, E.Afr.M.T.C.)

Condition: VF

 British War Medal (2106 Dvr A.W. Downs, E.Afr.M.T.C.) [East African Motor Transport Corps]

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British War Medal (Erasmus, 1st CC)

Condition: VF

South Africa. British War Medal (Pte J. Erasmus, 1st C.C.) 

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British War Medal (Graham, E.Afr.L.C.)

Condition: VF

 British War Medal (12299 S Sjt J.K. Graham, E.Afr.L.C.)

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British War Medal (Pte Higgins, ASC)

Condition: VF

British War Medal (M-304627 Pte A.J. Higgins, ASC).
 

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British War Medal (Pte Lennox, 1st Cape C.L.R.)

Condition: VF

 British War Medal (23 Pte H.M. Lennox, 1st Cape C.L.R.)  [Cape Coloured Labor Regiment].

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British War Medal (Pte Pinnock, 2nd SAR)

Condition: VF

British War Medal (Pte H. Pinnock, 2nd SAR).

The 2nd South African Rifles served as part of the Nyasaland-Rhodesia Field Force.

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British War Medal (Sjt Marshall, E.Afr.O.D.)

Condition: VF

British War Medal (Sjt L.P. Marshall, E.Afr.O.D.) [East African Ordnance Department] 

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British War Medal (Wesson, Welsh Regt, POW)

Condition: VF

British War Medal (10197 F. Wesson, Welsh R.) 

Private Frank Wesson, 2nd Battalion, Welsh Regiment, was taken prisoner in October 1914 at Ypres. He was held at Altdamm. His Medal Index Card verfies a 1914 Star and bar trio (location of the Star and Victory Medal is unknown).

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British War Medal, bronze, unnamed

Condition: VF

British War Medal, bronze issue, unnamed. 

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Burma Star

Condition: VF

Burma Star.  Unnamed as issued.

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BWM/Victory Pair, Pte G.W. Castlehouse, HLI

Condition: VF

Pair to Private George W. Castlehouse, Highland Light Infantry: British War Medal; Victory Medal (242222 Pte G.W. Castlehouse, High L.I.). With copied Medal Index Card and issue record, showing further service in the Royal Scots and Royal Army Medical Corps. Castlehouse's service number places him in the 6th Battalion, Highland Light Infantry.
 

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BWM/VM (Pte Chipper, R. W. Kent R.)

Condition: VF

Pair to Pte S.W. Chipper, Royal West Kent Regiment: British War Medal; Victory Medal (G-19386 Pte S.W. Chipper, R.W. Kent R.).
 

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BWM/VM lot (L.O. Caton, Norfolk Regt)

Condition: VF

Pair: British War Medal; Victory Medal (26652 Pte L.O. Caton, Norf. R.), mounted for wear. With a 1917 diary, with several entries relating to his service in India; a Norfolk Regiment cap badge; a photograph of a soldier in uniform; Soldier's Small Book; identity disc; a postcard home; two drawings by Caton of Middle Eastern subjects. 

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BWM/VM pair (Pte J. Stewart, ASC)

Condition: VF

Pair to Private James Stewart, Army Service Corps: British War Medal; Victory Medal (M-351364 Pte J. Stewart, ASC).  He also received the Silver War Badge (location unknown).
 

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BWM/VM pair (Pte Walters, Hamps Regt)

Condition: VF

Pair to Pte G.T. Walters, Hampshire Regiment: British War Medal; World War I Victory Medal (201525 Pte G. T. Walters, Hamps. R.).

With copied Medal Index Card verifying the pair to Private George T. Walters.
 

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Campaign Service Medal, "Borneo" (Cpl, RAF)

Condition: VF

Campaign Service Medal, clasp “Borneo” (T4197845 Cpl R.P. Barham, RAF). Light edge wear.  

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Canada. Centennial Medal 1967

Condition: VF+

Canada. Centennial Medal 1967, silver. Unnamed.

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Canada. Korea pair (G.A. Smith)

Condition: VF

Pair to G.A. Smith, Canadian Forces: Queen’s Korea, Canadian issue (SK-9677 G.A. Smith; United Nations Korea Medal (impressed “SK9677 G.A. Smith”). Mounted for wear.

Smith was an NCO from British Columbia.
 

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Canada. R. Canadian Humane Soc Bravery Medal

Condition: VF

Canada. Royal Canadian Humane Association Bravery Medal, bronze, engraved "Lorne Kask/Vancouver, BC/May 23, 1965" on the reverse. With a ";Bravery" top bar. In its original leatherette wallet of issue. With a September 1965 letter citation from the Royal Canadian Humane Association.

The award citation reads: "On May 23, 1965, at Terminal Dock, Commissioner Avenue, Vancouver, BC, Yoichi Nakamura, aged 10 years and Norman Nakata, aged 12 years, found a raft and floated it. They both boarded the raft, but when it began to sink both boys jumped into the water. Lorne Kask, aged 14 years, a student and a diabetic, hearing the cries for help, rushed to the scene, entered the water and rescued Yoichi Nakamura. He made several attempts to find Norman Nakata but was unsuccessful. In recognition of his presence of mind and quick action in saving the life of Yoichi Nakamura, the Royal Canadian Humane Association is pleased to award Lorne Kask the Bronze Medal for Bravery.

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Canada. Special Service Medal

Condition: VF+

Canada. Special Service Medal. Mounted for wear. In original issue box. 

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Canada. Unattributed WWII pair

Condition: VF

Unattributed Canadian pair: Canadian Volunteer Service Medal with overseas bar; War Medal. Mounted for wear.

 

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Canada. WWII Group of three (Mulligan, RCA)

Condition: VF

Canada. Group of three to Gunner P.G. Mulligan, Royal Canadian Artillery: Defense Medal, silver issue; Canadian Volunteer Service Medal, with maple leaf clasp; War Medal, silver issue. Display court-mounted and each medal is privately engraved on the edge “H.6191 Gnr P.G. Mulligan, RCA”.

A Percy George Mulligan died in Montreal in May 1945.
 

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Civil Defense Long Service Medal, EIIR

Condition: VF

Civil Defense Long Service Medal, EIIR, British issue. Unnamed as issued.
 

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Coronation Medal 1902, bronze

Condition: Near VF

Coronation Medal 1902, bronze. Surface wear and marks.

 

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Coronation Medal 1953

Condition: VF

Coronation Medal 1953. Unmounted ribbon. 

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Crimea pair (Hutton, Scots Fusilier Gds)

Condition: VF

 Pair to James Hutton, Scots Fusilier Guards: Crimea Medal, clasps “Alma”, “Balaklava”, “Inkermann” and “Sebastopol” (engraved “___ James Hutton, Scots Fusilier Guards”) The start and end of the naming shows heavy wear; claw repaired. Turkish Crimea Medal, Sardinian issue, engraved “2663 James Hutton, S.F. Guards”.

Hutton is confirmed on the roll.

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CSM, "Northern Ireland" (SAC Horsfield, RAF)

Condition: VF

Campaign Service Medal 1962, clasp “Northern Ireland” (SAC R. J. Horsfield (C8133698) RAF).

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Distinguished Service Medal (Copy)

Condition: VF

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

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East and West Africa, "Mwele 1895" (HMS St George)

Condition: VF

East and West Africa, 1887-1900 for “Mwele 1895”, no clasp (W. Lawrence. PO 1 Cl, HMS St. George/Mwele 1895).  

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Efficiency Medal, "Territorial" (Gnr Curry, RA)

Condition: VF

Efficiency Medal, GVI, bar "Territorial" (4533247 Gnr W. Curry, RA) 

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Efficiency Medal, "Territorial", GVI (Gnr, RA)

Condition: VF

Efficiency Medal, bar “Territorial”, GVI (Indiae.Imp) (2081691 Gnr J.H. Smiles, RA).

 

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Efficiency Medal, GV, "Territorial" (King's Regt)

Condition: VF

Efficiency Medal, “Territorial”, GV (3762433 Sjt J. McCabe, 5 - The King’s Regt). Edge wear.
 

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Efficiency Medal, GV, "Territorial" (Webber, RE)

Condition: VF

Efficiency Medal, GV (Coronation robes), clasp “Territorial” (2205064 Cpl. E.A. Webber, RE). 

Ernest A. C. Webber initially served in the Royal Warwick Regiment. He received the British War and Victory medals and the Territorial Force War Medal. He received the Efficiency Medal in 1923.
 

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Efficiency Medal, GVI, "Canada" (Fraser, RCA)

Condition: VF

Efficiency Medal, GVI (Indiae Imp:), clasp "Canada" (Gnr J.C. Fraser, RCA) 

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Efficiency Medal, GVI, "Territorial" (Cpl, RPC)

Condition: VF

Efficiency Medal, GVI, (Indiae Imp:), "Territorial" (4193006 Cpl. G. Broadfield, RPC).

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Efficiency Medal, GVI, "Territorial" (Paine, REME)

Condition: VF

Efficiency Medal, GVI, bar "Territorial" (5337544 Cfn W.J. Paine, REME). 

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Egypt Medal, "El Teb_Tamaai" (10th R. Hussars)

Condition: VF

Egypt Medal, undated, clasp "El-Teb_Tamaai" (1795 Pte E. Simpson, 10th Rl Hussars). Edge wear over "Hussars"; surface marks from a Khedive's Star. The medal and clasp are verified on the roll.

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Egypt Medal, "El Teb_Tamaai" (Pte, 3/KRRC)

Condition: VF

Egypt Medal, undated, clasp ‘El-Teb_Tamaai” (1192 Pte G. Kluth, 3/K.R.Rif.C.). Surface and edge marks from wear. Scarce as a single clasp. 

Private Kluth is confirmed on the roll for the medal and single clasp.

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Egypt Medal, "Gemaizah 1888" (Ferrier, KOSB)

Condition: VF

Egypt Medal, undated, clasp “Gemaizah 1888”(1645 Pte D. Ferrier, 2/K.O.S.Bord:).  Surface marks from wear.

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Egypt Medal, "Suakin 1884" (Dyer, HMS Euryalus)

Condition: VF

 Egypt Medal, 1882, clasp “Suakin 1884” (J. Dyer, Ord. ___, HMS “Euryalus”). A small erasure appears after “Ord” in the naming. 304 medals with this clasp to the ship.

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Egypt Medal, "Suakin 1885" (Watson, Gren Gds)

Condition: Near VF

Egypt Medal, clasp “Suakin 1885" (5868 Corp: J. Watson 3/Grenr Gds). Edge nicks and surface marks. Brooch marks on the reverse.

Corporal Watson is confirmed on the roll for this medal and clasp.
 

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Egypt Medal, "Suakin 1885" (Winter, S. Surr: R.)

Condition: VF

Egypt Medal, undated, clasp "Suakin 1885" (467 Pte G. Winter, 2/E. Surr: R.).

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Egypt Medal, "Suakin 1885/Tofrek" (Berks. R.)

Condition: VF

Egypt Medal, 1882, clasps “Suakin 1885” and “Tofrek” (41/1653 Pte. J. Webb, 1/Berks: R.). Pawn broker's mark on the reverse; surface marks from a Khedive's Star.

The Berkshire Regiment was granted the title “Royal” for gallant service in the action at Tofrek.  

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Egypt Medal, "TEK/Suakin 84/El Teb" (Spr, RE)

Condition: VF

 Egypt Medal 1882, clasps “Tel-El-Kebir”, “Suakin 1884" and “El Teb” (12930 Sapr W.G. McDonald, 21st Co, RE). Minor edge nicks.

The medal roll only supports the basic medal and none of the clasps.

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Egypt Medal, "The Nile 1884-85" (2/Essex Regt)

Condition: VF

Egypt Medal, undated, clasp "The Nile 1884-85"  (1483 Pte C. Shipton, 2/Essex R.). Surface and edge marks from wear. 

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Egypt Medal, no clasp (Allen, Sto, HMS Minotaur)

Condition: VF

 Egypt Medal 1882, no clasp (C. Allen, Stkr, HMS “Minotaur”). Verified on the roll. Traces of brooching on the reverse.

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Egypt, "Nile 84-85/Abu Klea" (R. Sussex R)

Condition: VF

Egypt Medal, undated, clasps “The Nile 1884-85" and “Abu Klea” (673 Pte T. Scothern, 1/Rl. Suss: R.). Edge wear makes part of the naming difficult to read; surface marks. There were 282 of this clasp combination to the regiment. The medal and clasps are verified on the roll. 

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Family Group to Bussey, WWI/WWII

Condition: VF

Family group to the Bussey family: (1) James Edward Bussey, 4th King's Royal Rifle Corps: 1914-15 Star (8788 Pte J.E. Bussey, K.R.Rif:C.); British War Medal; Victory Medal (Pte, K.R.Rif.C.); with a Silver War Badge "B315667" and a small brass and enamel regimental badge of the King's Royal Rifle Corps. (2) Corporal R.J. Bussey, RAPC: Defense Medal; War Medal, Efficiency Medal, bar "Territorial", GVI (Indiae Imp.) (908711 Cpl R.J. Bussey, RAPC). All unmounted. With copied records. James E. Bussey's Medal Index Card notes his arrival in France on 20 December 1914 and notes the Silver War Badge. The Silver Badge roll confirms the issue of this badge to Lance Corporal Bussey for wounds. J. E. Bussey had enlisted in May 1908 and was discharged in April 1919. In July 1919,- he was married in Halifax, York. Bussey died in 1961 at the age of 71.

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Group of four (Sjt Smith, Gloucester Regt)

Condition: VF

 Group of four medals:  1939-45 Star; Defense Medal; War Medal; Army Long Service and Good Conduct Medal, GVI (Indiae Imp.), bar "Regular Army".  Bar-mounted for wear.

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Group of three (Gnr Galliford, RFA)

Condition: VF

Group of three to Gunner F. Galliford, Royal Field Artillery: Queen’s South Africa Medal, clasps “Cape Colony”, “Orange Free State” and “Johannesburg” (78086 Gnr: F. Galliford, RFA); King’s South Africa Medal, clasps “South Africa 1901" and “South Africa 1902" Gnr. A. Galliford, RFA); Army Long Service and Good Conduct Medal, EVII (78086Gnr A. Galliford, RFA). Note the difference in the initials.

Gunner Alfred Galliford was from Manchester. Born in 1869, he served from 1890 through 1911 and received his Long Service Medal in 1909. The clasps on his QSA are confirmed on the roll of No. 1 Ammunition Park, RA. The KSA and clasps are confirmed on the roll of 46 Battery, RFA. This is his full medal entitlement. Galliford died in 1939.
 

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GSM, "Cyprus" (Cpl Elston, DWR)

Condition: VF

General Service Medal, EIIR, clasp "Cyprus" (22267432 Cpl F. Elston, D.W.R.) [Duke of Wellington's Regiment] 

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GSM, "Cyprus" (Cpl Kelsey-Wilkinson, RE)

Condition: VF

General Service Medal, clasp "Cyprus" (23437789 Cpl. R. Kelsey-Wilkinson, RE).

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GSM, "Malaya" (Caldwell, RAF)

Condition: VF

General Service Medal, EIIR, clasp "Malaya" (2358002 LAC J. Caldwell, RAF) 

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GSM, "Malaya", EIIR, (Jr Tech Funnell, RAF)

Condition: VF

General Service Medal, EIIR (Br.Omn.), clasp "Malaya" (4028283 Jnr Tech D. H. Funnell, RAF).

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GSM, "Malaya", GVI (Rfn Sunwar, 7 GR)

Condition: VF

General Service Medal, clasp "Malaya", GVI (Fid.Def) (21133959 Rfn Kharka Bahadur Sunwar, 7 G.R.). Minor edge nicks. 

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GSM, "Palestine 1945-48" (Cpl Phillipps, RE)

Condition: VF

 General Service Medal 1918, clasp “Palestine 1945-48” (3767880 Cpl H. Phillipps, RE). Some edge marks from wear.

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GSM, "Palestine 1945-48" (Gnr Alderton, RA)

Condition: VF

General Service Medal, clasp "Palestine 1945-48" (1089984 Gnr. C. Alderton, RA). 

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GSM, "Palestine 1945-48" (Pte Ramsay, KOSB)

Condition: VF

 General Service Medal, GVI, clasp “Palestine 1945-48” (14132507 Pte C. Ramsay, KOSB).

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GSM, EIIR, "Cyprus" (Cpl K. Smith, RASC)

Condition: VF

 General Service Medal, EIIR, "Cyprus" (T/21127599 Cpl. K. Smith, RASC). Mounted for wear.

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GSM, EIIR, "Cyprus" (Thonlinson, RA)

Condition: VF

General Service Medal, EIIR, clasp "Cyprus" (22824230 Bdr. J. Thonlinson, RA) 

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GSM, EIIR, "Malaya" (EPC Singh, F of M Police)

Condition: VF

General Service Medal, EIIR, clasp “Malaya” (5069 E.P.C. Mohindar Singh, F. of M. Pol.). Mounted for wear.

"E.P.C." - Emergency Police Constable; "F. of M. Pol. - Federation of Malaya Police
 

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GSM, EIIR, "Malaya" (Haywood, ACC)

Condition: VF

 General Service Medal, EIIR, "Malaya" (23021319 Pte. E. Haywood, ACC).

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GSM, EIIR, "Malaya" (Tahany, R Sigs)

Condition: VF

General Service Medal, EIIR, “Malaya” (22828100 Sigmn B. Tahany, R. Sigs). A few edge nicks.
 

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GSM, GVI, "Malaya" (DPCR Wah, S'pore Pol)

Condition: VF

General Service Medal, GVI, clasp “Malaya” (774 D.P.C.R. Loh Kum Wah, S’pore Pol).
 

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IGS 08, "NWF 1930-31" (Fullick, R. Signals)

Condition: VF+

India General Service Medal 1908, clasp “North West Frontier 1930-31" (2316293 Sgln W.L. Fullick, R. Signals). With its original box of issue with a February 1934 letter from the Royal Signal Records Office to Fullick informing him that he qualified for this medal and that his name would be forwarded to the Medal Branch in due course. The box is dated “4/3/35". Plus, an original ribbon bar, Royal Signals cap badge, Royal Signals lapel pin and a small photo of a man in civilian attire.  

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IGS 1854, "Burma 1885-7" (Bearer, Transpt Dept)

Condition: Near VF

 India General Service Medal 1854, "Burma 1885-7", bronze issue (79 Bearer Bundapilly Tirospathy, Transpt Dept Madras).

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IGS 1854, "Burma 1887-89" (Burrows, Leic R.)

Condition: VF

India General Service Medal 1854, clasp “Burma 1887-89" (835 Pte J. Burrows, 2nd Bn, Leic. R.)  

Private John Burrows is confirmed on the roll.

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IGS 1854, "Burma 1887-89" (Sep, Magive Mil Pol Bn)

Condition: VF

India General Service Medal 1854, clasp “Burma 1887-89" (972 Sepoy Ghulam Hussain Khan, Magive Mil Police Bn”.
 

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IGS 1854, "Burma 1889-92" (Katha Bn, Mil Police)

Condition: VF

India General Service Medal 1854, clasp "Burma 1889-92" (868 Sepoy Sardaroo Katha Bn, Mil Police).  The suspension is slack. 

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IGS 1854, "Chin Hills 1892-93" (Q.O.M.S & M)

Condition: VF

India General Service Medal 1854, bronze issue, clasp “Chin Hills 1892-93" (93 Bhistie Duraisami, Q.O. Mad. S. & M.).

 

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IGS 1854, "Chin Lushai 1889-90" (Chapman, KOSB)

Condition: VF

India General Service Medal 1854, clasp “Chin-Lushai 1889-90" (2252 Pte G. Chapman, 1st Bn, K.O. Sco. Bord).

Approximately 520 medals with this clasp were awarded to the King’s Own Scottish Borderers.
 

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IGS 1854, "Haz 1888/Sam 1891" (Sep, 29 Bl Inf)

Condition: VF

India General Service Medal 1854, clasps “Hazara 1888" and “Samana 1891" (2688 Sepoy Phangan, 29th Bl. Infy.) Suspension slack.  

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IGS 1854, "Hazara 1888" (Parsons, R Sussex R)

Condition: VF

India General Service Medal 1854, clasp “Hazara 1888" (1738 Pte J. Parsons 2nd Bn, R, Suss. R.). Pawnbroker’s mark scratched onto the edge.

Pte Parsons is confirmed on the roll for this medal and clasp. He is also entitled to a 4-bar Queen’s South Africa Medal.
 

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IGS 1854, "Hazara 1891" (Pte Bowen, R.W.Fus)

Condition: VF

India General Service Medal 1854, clasp “Hazara 1891" (1355 Pte J. Bowen 1st Bn R. W. Fus.).

With a copied medal roll showing Bowen also earned the Queen’s South Africa Medal, with clasps “Cape Colony”, “Orange Free State” and “Transvaal” and the King’s South Africa Medal with both date bars.
 

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IGS 1854, "Hazara 1891" (QO Corps of Guides Inf)

Condition: VF

India General Service Medal 1854, clasp “Hazara 1891" (3453 Sepoy Mith Singh, “QO” Corps of Guides Infy). Suspension slack. Surface and edge marks.  

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IGS 1854, "Jowaki 1877-8" (Singh, 22nd Regt)

Condition: VF

India General Service Medal 1854, clasp “Jowaki 1877-8" (___Singh, 22nd Reg Inf). Edge wear has obliterated part of the naming. Surface and edge marks. The suspender claw has been soldered on the reverse.
 

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IGS 1854, "Naga 1879-80" (Sep, 44th Regt NI)

Condition: VF

India General Service Medal 1854, clasp “Naga 1879-80" (Sepoy Narbeer Nugurkotie 44th Regt N.I.).

The 44th Light Infantry later became 1/8 Gurkha Rifles.
 

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IGS 1854, "Pegu" (Olver, Ord, Winchester)

Condition: VF

 India General Service Medal 1854, clasp “Pegu” (Wm. Olver, Ord. “Winchester). There were 479 “Pegu” clasps to the ship. Verified on the roll as "Wm Oliver".

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IGS 1854, "Pegu" (Ord, Bedbrook, Winchester)

Condition: VF

India General Service 1854, clasp “Pegu” (Hy. S. Bedbrook, Ord, “Winchester”). Surface marks.

Bedbrook is confirmed on the ship's roll for the medal. There were 479 medals with this clasp to the ship. HMS Winchester, a 52-gun frigate, was the flagship off the Burma coast at the time of the action at Pegu.
 

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IGS 1854, "Samana 1891" (5th Punjab Cav)

Condition: Near VF

India General Service Medal 1854, clasp "Samana 1891" (2476 Sowar Amrik Singh, 5th Punjab Cavy). Extensive surface marks; suspension is slack. 

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IGS 1854, "Sikkim 1888" (Sowar, 3 Pjb Cavalry)

Condition: VF

India General Service Medal 1854, clasp “Sikkim 1888" (674 Sowar Thala Singh, 3rd Punjab Cavy). Edge wear.  

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IGS 1854, "Waziristan 1894-5" (38th Bl Lcrs)

Condition: Near VF

India General Service Medal 1854, clasp “Waziristan 1894-5" (86__ray, 38th Bl Lrs). Edge wear from another medal has obliterated much of the recipient’s name; suspension is slack.
 

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IGS 1854, "Waziristan 1894-5" (Sep, 38th Bl Infy)

Condition: VF

 India General Service Medal 1854, clasp "Waziristan 1894-5" (894 Sepoy Parmanand, 38th Bl Infy).

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IGS 1854, "Waziristan 1894-5", bronze (C&T Dept)

Condition: VF

India General Service Medal 1854, bronze issue, clasp "Waziristan 1894-5" (1167 Muleteer Roop Singh, Comst Transport Dept) 

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IGS 1854, 2 clasps (Sowar, 7th B Cav)

Condition: VF

India General Service Medal 1854, clasps “Burma 1885-7" and “Burma 1887-89" (2289 Sowar Tokh Ram, 7th B. Cav.).  

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IGS 1895, "PF 97-98" (Shinkwin, R Irish Regt)

Condition: VF

India General Service Medal 1895, clasp “Punjab Frontier 1897-98" (4198 Pte J. Shinkwin, 2d Bn, Ryl Ir. Regt).

 

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IGS 1895, "Punjab Frontier 1897-98" (10th Bl Lcrs)

Condition: VF

India General Service Medal 1895, clasp “Punjab Frontier 1897-98" (1468 Sowar Janta, 10th Bl Lcrs).
 

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IGS 1895, "Punjab Frontier 1897-98" (33rd Pjb Inf)

Condition: VF

India General Service Medal 1895, clasp "Punjab Frontier 1897-98" (650 Sepoy Karam Khan, 33rd Pjb Infy).  Edge wear. 

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IGS 1895, "Punjab Frontier 1897-98" (Ord Dept)

Condition: VF

India General Service Medal 1895, clasp "Punjab Frontier 1897-98" (93 Lascar Mohamed Ali, Ordnance Dept). Suspension is slack; surface marks. 

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IGS 1895, "Rel Chit/PF" (30th Bl Infy)

Condition: VF

India General Service Medal 1895, clasps “Relief of Chitral 1895" and “Punjab Frontier 1897-98" (2467 Sepoy Dittu 30th Bl Infy). Surface marks.
 

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IGS 1895, "Samana/PF/Tirah" (3rd Bengal Cav)

Condition: VF

India General Service Medal 1895, clasps "Samana 1897", "Punjab Frontier 1897-98" and "Tirah 1897-98" (impressed "No.252 Sowar Mahma Singh, 3rd Bengal Cavalry").

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IGS 1895, 3 clasps (Lce Duff Singh, 9th Bl Lcrs)

Condition: VF

 India General Service Medal 1895, clasps “Punjab Frontier 1897-98", “Tirah 1897-98" and “Relief of Chitral 1895" (1657 Lce: Duffr Tek Singh, 9th Bl Lcrs). 

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IGS 1895, 3 clasps (Pte Hawkins, KOSB)

Condition: VF

India General Service Medal 1895, clasps "Relief of Chitral 1895", "Punjab Frontier 1897-98" and "Tirah 1897-98" (4206 Pte A. Hawkins, 2nd Bn, K.O.Sco.Bord.)

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IGS 1895, 4 clasps (Sep, 30th Bl Infy)

Condition: VF

India General Service Medal 1895, clasps “Relief of Chitral 1895", “Punjab Frontier 1897-98", “Tirah 1897-98" and “Malakand 1897" (3302 Sepoy Mota Singh 30th Bl Infy). Suspension slack; some corrosion on the top clasp.
 

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IGS 1895, 4 clasps (Sepoy, 37th Bl Infy)

Condition: VF

 India General Service Medal 1895, clasps “Relief of Chitral 1895", “Punjab Frontier 1897-98", “Samana 1897" and “Tirah 1897-98" (678 Sepoy Karkha, 37th Bl. Infy.).

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IGS 1895, 4 clasps (Sowar, Central India Horse)

Condition: VF

India General Service Medal 1895, clasps “Punjab Frontier 1897-98", “Samana 1897", “Tirah 1897-98" and “Waziristan 1901-02" (1831 Sowar Harnam Singh, 1st C.I. Horse).  

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IGS 1908, "Afghan 1919/Waz 1921-24" (106 Prs)

Condition: VF

India General Service Medal 1908, clasps "Afghanistan NWF 1919"and "Waziristan 1921-24" (4416 Sepoy Chulam Hassan, 106/Prs). Edge nicks.

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IGS 1908, "Afghan NWF 1919" (L.Nk., 82 Punjabis)

Condition: VF

India General Service Medal, clasp "Afghanistan NWF 1919" (2003 L.Nk. Ram Singh, 82/Punjabis) 

During World War I, the 82nd Punjabis fought with distinction in Mesopotamia. In 1919, they returned home to fight in the Third Afghan War.

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IGS 1908, "Afghan NWF 1919" (Rfmn, Gurkha Rfls)

Condition: VF

India General Service Medal 1908, with clasp “Afghanistan N.W.F. 1919" (1335 Rfmn Mahaldoj Rai, 3/11/Gurkha Rfls.). Light edge wear.  

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IGS 1908, "Afghan NWF 1919" (Sepoy, 41 Dogras)

Condition: VF

India General Service Medal 1908, clasp "Afghanistan NWF 1919" (1839 Sepoy Beli Ram, 41 Dogras).

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IGS 1908, "Afghan NWF 1919" (Signals)

Condition: VF

India General Service Medal 1908, clasp "Afghanistan NWF 1919" (99 Dvr Arjun, Signals) 

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IGS 1908, "Afghan NWF 1919" (Sow Khan, 28 Cavy)

Condition: VF

India General Service Medal 1908, clasp “Afghanistan NWF 1919" (2773 Sowar Runmust Khan, 28/Cavy).
 

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IGS 1908, "Mahsud/Waz", (Sep, 1/66 Pnjbi)

Condition: VF

India General Service Medal 1908, with clasps "Mahsud 1919-20" and "Waziristan 1919-21" (2419 Sepoy Jalal Kahn, 1/66/Punjabis).

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IGS 1908, "Mohmand 1933" (Din, 3-14 Punjab R)

Condition: VF

India General Service Medal 1908, clasp “Mohmand 1933" (10391 Sep. Aur-Ud Din, 3-14 Punjab R). Edge marks.
 

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IGS 1908, "Mohmand 1933" (Pathan, 2-10 Baluch)

Condition: VF

India General Service Medal 1908, clasp "Mohmand 1933" (10609 Sep. Gul Pathan, 2-10 Baluch R.) 

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IGS 1908, "North West Frontier 1935" (SW Scouts)

Condition: VF

 India General Service Medal 1908, clasp "North West Frontier" (5835 Sep. Sher Wali, S.W. Scouts) [South Waziristan Scouts]

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IGS 1908, "NWF 1930-31" (Rahman, IMT)

Condition: VF

India General Service Medal 1908, clasp "North West Frontier 1930-31" (500818 Ftr Mir Rahman, IMT). 

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IGS 1908, "NWF 1930-31" (Sep Mayer, FC)

Condition: VF

India General Service Medal 1908, clasp “North West Frontier 1930-31" (64039 Sep. Mayer, F.C.) [Frontier Constabulary].
 

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IGS 1908, "NWF 1930-31" (Sep, 1-10 Baluch R)

Condition: VF

India General Service Medal 1908, clasp “North West Frontier 1930-31" (9528 Sep. Abdul Rahman, 1-10 Baluch R.) . 

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IGS 1908, "NWF 1935" (Sep, SW Scouts)

Condition: VF

 India General Service Medal, clasp "North West Frontier 1935" (5835 Sep. Sher Wali, S.W. Scouts) [South Waziristan Scouts].

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IGS 1908, "NWF 1935" (Sepoy, 4-16 Punjab R)

Condition: VF

India General Service Medal 1908, clasp "North West Frontier 1935" (9613 Sepoy Shulam Mohd, 4-16 Punjab R.)

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IGS 1908, "Waz 1919-24/NWF 30-31" (IASC)

Condition: VF

India General Service Medal 1908, clasps “Waziristan 1921-24" and “North West Frontier 1930-31" (S-1337 Lscr Shahdad Khan, IASC).  

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IGS 1908, "Waz 19-21/Waz 21-24" (Winch, Queen's)

Condition: VF

India General Service Medal 1908, clasps “Waziristan 1919-21" and “Waziristan 1921-24" (6078338 Pte F.W.R. Winch, The Queen’s R.).  

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IGS 1908, "Waziristan 1921-24" (Dad, 3-9 Jat R)

Condition: VF

India General Service Medal 1908, clasp “Waziristan 1921-24" (3301 Sep. Hukam Dad, 3-9 Jat R.).

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IGS 1908, "Waziristan 1921-24" (Singh, B S&M)

Condition: VF

India General Service Medal 1908, clasp "Waziristan 1921-24" (12391  Spr Saudagar Singh, B. S&M.) 

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IGS 1908, 3 clasps (Sepoy Din, Militia)

Condition: VF

India General Service Medal 1908, clasps “Afghanistan NWF 1919", “Waziristan 1921-24" and “North West Frontier 1930-31" (1603 Sepoy Nizam Din, Militia).  

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IGS 1908, EVII, "NWF 1908" (Sep, 40th Pathans)

Condition: VF

India General Service Medal 1908, EVII, clasp "North West Frontier 1908" (3005 Sepoy Khan Beg 40th Pathans). Minor edge wear. 

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IGS 1908, three clasps (Sepoy, QOC Guides)

Condition: VF

India General Service Medal 1908, EVII, clasps "North West Frontier 1908", "Mahsud 1919-20" and "Waziristan 1919-21" (5075 Sepoy Gulam Muhd Q.O.C. Guides). Edge wear makes reading the naming difficult, surface marks.

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IGS 1936, "North West Frontier 1936-37" (Pbj R)

Condition: VF

India General Service Medal 1936, clasp "North West Frontier 1936-37" (11568 L-Naik Karam Ilahi, 2-8 Punjab R).

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IGS 1936, "NWF 1936-37" (Sep Pam, 5-12 FFR)

Condition: VF

India General Service Medal 1936, clasp "North West Frontier 1936-37" (12140 Sepoy Mangat Ram, 5-12 FFR). 

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IGS 1936, "NWF 1936-37" (Sepy, S Waz Scouts)

Condition: VF

India General Service Medal 1936, clasp "North West Frontier 1936-37" (5243 Sepoy Zar Gul, S.W. Scouts) [South Waziristan Scouts].

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IGS 1936, "NWF 1936-37" (Singh, 2-11 Sikh R)

Condition: VF

India General Service Medal, clasp "North West Frontier 1936-37" (14607 Sepoy Kehar Singh, 2-11 Sikh R.). 

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IGS 1936, "NWF 1936-37" (Singh, 2-7 Rajput R)

Condition: VF

India General Service Medal 1936, clasp "North West Frontier 1936-37" (13401 Sepoy Tara Singh, 2-7 Rajput R.). Light edge wear. 

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IGS 1936, "NWF 1936-37" (Spr Singh, BS&M)

Condition: VF

India General Service Medal 1936, clasp "North West Frontier 1936-37" (14440 Spr Kartar Singh, R B S & M). 

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IGS 1936, "NWF 1937-39" (Sep Singh, 5-11 Sikh R)

Condition: VF

India General Service Medal 1936, clasp "North West Frontier 1937-39" (13649 Sep Jogindar Singh, 5-11 Sikh R.).

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India Service Medal 1939-1945

Condition: VF

India Service Medal 1939-1945, unamed as issued. 

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Indian Mutiny Medal, "Central India" (Ord Dept)

Condition: VF

Indian Mutiny Medal, clasp “Central India” (Permt Condr H. Donne, Ord. Dept). Small edge nicks.  

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Indian Mutiny, "Lucknow" (2/Rifle Brigade)

Condition: VF

Indian Mutiny Medal, clasp "Lucknow" (John Madder,2nd Bn Rifle Bde).

Private John Madder is confirmed on the medal roll.

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Indian Mutiny, "Lucknow/Defense Lucknow" (90th LI)

Condition: VF

Indian Mutiny Medal, clasps "Lucknow" and "Relief of Lucknow" (J. Smith, 90th Lt Infy).

The 90th Light Infantry earned six Victoria Crosses during the Indian Mutiny. At Lucknow, the regiment formed part of Havelock's Relief Force. There were three men named J. Smith in the 90th Light Infantry.

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Italy Star

Condition: VF

Italy Star. 

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Johnson. "The Medal Collector", 1920

Condition: VF

Stanley C. Johnson. The Medal Collector: A Guide to Naval, Military, Air Force and Civil Awards. London, 1920. Hardbound, 320pp, 8 plates.

An early guide to collecting British orders, medals and decorations, with some coverage of foreign awards often found in British groups.

 

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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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Khedive's Star 1882

Condition: VF

Khedive's Star, 1882. 

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Khedive's Star 1882 (A. Redman)

Condition: VF

Khedive’s Star 1882, engraved on the reverse “A. Redman/55".  

"55 William Redman", Gordon Highlanders, is on the roll for this medal.

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Khedive's Sudan, "Gedaref/Sudan 1899"

Condition: VF

Khedive’s Sudan Medal, clasps “Gedaref” and “Sudan 1899”. Engraved in Arabic “706”.  

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Khedive's Sudan, "Khartoum/Jerok"

Condition: VF

 Khedive’s Sudan Medal, clasps “Khartoum” and “Jerok”.

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Khedive's Sudan, "The Atbara/Khartoum", unnamed

Condition: VF

Khedive’s Sudan Medal, clasps “The Atbara” and “Khartoum”, unnamed.  

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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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King's South Africa (Cpl Harris, North'd Fus)

Condition: VF

King’s South Africa Medal, clasps “South Africa 1901" and “South Africa 1902" (2790 Corpl J. Harris, North’d Fus:).

Corporal harris also earned the Queen's South Africa Medal, with clasps "Cape Colony", "Orange Free State" and "Transvaal".

 

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King's South Africa Medal, two clasps (17 Lancers)

Condition: VF

King’s South Africa Medal, clasps “South Africa 1901" and “South Africa 1902" (5112 Pte F. Caduke, 17th Lancers”. With copied service papers.

Private Frederick Caduke enlisted in April 1892 into the 21st Hussars. In 1894, while serving with the 21st Lancers in India, he was tried by General Court Martial for attempting suicide. He was sentenced to 84 days confinement. He qualified for a Queen’s South Africa Medal with clasps “Johannesburg”, “Diamond Hill”, “Belfast”, Cape Colony” and “Orange Free State, as well as this King’s South Africa Medal with two clasps. He was discharged in 1910. 

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King's South Africa, "SA01/SA02" (Unsworth, KOSB)

Condition: VF

King’s South Africa Medal, clasps “South Africa 1901" and “South Africa 1902" (3106 Pte A. Unsworth, K.O. Sco:Bord:).  

Private Unsworth is confirmed on the roll for this medal and a Queen's South Africa Medal with clasps "Cape Colony", "Orange Free State" and "Transvaal".

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Knight Bachelor's Badge, large type

Condition: VF

Knight Bachelor's Badge. Large type, marked for London, 1932, with and "RJ" maker's mark. Marked for Sterling, London and "15" on the pin.

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Korea Medal (Gnr Pavey, RA)

Condition: VF

Korea Medal, with “Britt: Omn:” (21040787 Gnr. R.F. Pavey, RA). 
 

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Korea Medal (Pte J. Cooper, RAMC)

Condition: VF

Korea Medal, Type 1 (22258976 Pte J. Cooper, RAMC). 

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Korea Medal, Canada (K.G. Dargel)

Condition: VF

Korea Medal, Canadian issue (SA1455 K.G. Dargel). Light surface marks.

Kennerth Dargel was from Peel, Ontario.

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Korea Medal, unnamed

Condition: VF

Korea Medal, unnamed. Without "Britt: Omn:"

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Liverpool Shipwreck Humane Soc General Medal

Condition: VF

Liverpool Shipwreck and Humane Society General Medal, bronze, straight bar suspender, engraved on the edge "To Martin Clayton for Gallant Service, 16/12/32".

The annual report (July 1933) of the society notes: "Bronze medal and certificate to Martin Clayton for courageously stopping a runaway pony attached to a lorry in Richmond Row, on 16th December 1932." 

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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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Memorial Plaque, "Harry Fenton Hildyard"

Condition: VF

World War Memorial Plaque, "Harry Fenton Hildyard".

Private Harry F. Hildyard, 11469, 7th East Yorkshire Regiment, died on 24 April 1917. He is commemorated on the Arras Memorial.

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Mercantile Marine War Medal

Condition: VF

Mercantile Marine War Medal (George W. Spratt).

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Merchant Navy cap badge

Condition: VF

Merchant Navy cap badge, silver and bullion.

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MID certificate (Maj N.R. Wilkinson, C Gds)

Condition: VF+

Mention is Despatches certificate to “Capt & Bt. Maj. N.R. Wilkinson, CVO, R of O, C. Gds”, for a mention by General Sir Charles Monro, KCB, on 6 March 1916.

Major Sir Nevile Rodwell Wilkinson, KCVO, (1869-1940) was commissioned into the Coldstream Guards in 1890 and served in South Africa. He retired from the Army in 1907, but returned to service as a staff officer during World War I. He was promoted to major in 1915. In 1908, Wilkinson was appointed Ulster King of Arms and was the last person to hold that position. He was appointed Commander , Royal Victorian Order (CVO) in 1911 and Knight Commander, Royal Victorian Order (KCVO), in 1921. Wilkinson was also an artist and author, writing a history of the Coldstream Guards and several books for children 

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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 (Gnr J.G. Baker. RFA)

Condition: VF

 Military Medal, GV (45377 Gnr. J.G. Baker, RFA).

Baker's award appeared in the London Gazette of 29 August 1919.

Joseph Gilroy Baker received a 1914 trio as well as the Military Medal.

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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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Militia LSGC (Pte Blackwerll, Rl Berkshire R. Mil)

Condition: VF

Militia Long Service and Good Conduct Medal, EVII (7004 Pte W. Blackwell, Rl: Berks: Regt Mil). The old ribbon is badly stained.

Tamplin notes Private Blackwell’s award in Army Order of August 1905, one of only seven awards to the Royal Berkshire Regiment.
 

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Mounted group of 6 miniature medals

Condition: VF+

Mounted group of six miniature medals: 1939-45 Star; Atlantic Star; Italy Star; France and Germany Star; Defense Medal; War Medal. Bar-mounted for wear, 

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Natal Coronation Medal 1902, silver

Condition: VF

Natal. Coronation Medal 1902, silver. 

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National Service Commemorative Medal

Condition: VF+

National Service Commemorative Medal, 1939-1960. In its original case. Mounted for wear.  An unofficial medal.

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Naval General Service Medal, "Near East" (G. Hall)

Condition: VF

Naval General Service Medal, EIIR, clasp "Near East". (G. Hall) Official correction to the naming..

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Naval General Service, "Malaya" (Fraser, AB, RN)

Condition: VF

Naval General Service Medal, GVI, clasp "Malaya" (D/SSX.818910 C.J. Fraser, AB, RN).

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Naval General Service, "Near East" (Culshaw, AB)

Condition: VF

Naval General Service Medal, clasp “Near East” (D/SSX.889939 D. Culshaw, AB, RN).
 

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Navy Long Svc Good Conduct (Fry, HMS Greenwich)

Condition: VF

Royal Navy Long Service and Good Conduct Medal, GV (Admiral's bust) (M.6653 T.H. Fry, HMS Greenwich).

HMS Greenwich was a depot ship. 

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New Zealand. Meritorious Service Medal, EIIR

Condition: VF

New Zealand. Meritorious Service Medal, EIIR, unnamed.

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New Zealand. NZ Surf Lifesaving Assn Medal

Condition: VF

New Zealand. New Zealand Surf Lifesaving Association Medal, unnamed; silver and enamel. Marked "Silver" on the reverse. 

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Order of British Empire, member, bow mount

Condition: VF

 Order of the British Empire, member (Type 1, civil), on a bow mount for ladies. Hallmarked for 1929. Cased by Garrard & Co.

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Order of St. John, knight of grace

Condition: VF

Order of St. John, knight of grace set of breast star and neck badge. Silver and enamel. Unmarked. In its original unmarked case of issue.

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Order of the Bath, companion, military

Condition: VF

Order of the Bath, companion, military. Gilt and enamel. Full neck ribbon.
 

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Order of the British Empire, commander

Condition: VF

Order of the British Empire, commander (Type 2, civil).  Ribbon shows wear. 

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Order of the British Empire, commander (T2, civil)

Condition: VF

Order of the British Empire, commander (Type 2, civil). On a narrow neck ribbon.
 

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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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Pacific Star

Condition: VF

Pacific Star. 

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Pair to Insp. G. Endean, Metropolitan Police

Condition: VF

Pair to Inspector G. Endean, Metropolitan Police: Police Jubilee Medal 1897 (P.C. G. Endean, L Divn); Police Coronation Medal 1911, Metropolitan Police (Insp. G. Endean).  

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Pair to Pte Wilson, 4th Gordon Highlanders

Condition: VF

Mounted pair to Pte D. Wilsomn, 4th Gordon Highlanders:  War Medal 1939-1945; Efficiency Medal, bar "Territorial", GVI (Indiae Imp.) (2869231 Pte D. Wilson, 4-Gordons). Mounted for wear. 

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Pair to Sgt E. Bridges, 48th Highrs of Canada

Condition: VF

Pair to Sergeant E. Bridges, 48th Highlanders of Canada: Colonial Auxiliary Forces Long Service Medal, GV (Sgt E. Bridges, 48th (Highrs)); Efficiency Medal, GV, bar "Canada" (Sgt E. Bridges, 48th Highrs. of C.). Display-mounted. 

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Police Coronation 1911, Metro Police (Insp)

Condition: VF

Police Coronation Medal 1911, Metropolitan Police (Insp. C. Allchorn). With some pension record data.

Charles Allchorn was born in February 1865 and joined the Metropolitan Police in July 1887. He retired as an Inspector after 25 years and 4 months of service in 1912.

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Police Coronation Medal, 1911 (PC F. Smith)

Condition: VF

Police Coronation Medal 1911, Metropolitan Police (P.C. F. Smith). Mounted for wear.  

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Punjab Medal, "Chilianwala" (Renamed)

Condition: VF

Punjab Medal, clasp "Chilianwala" (renamed "Pt. C. Whittle 24 Regt). 

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Punjab Medal, "Mooltan" (Cornet, 11th Bl Cav)

Condition: VF

Punjab Medal, clasp “Mooltan” (Cornet J.P. MacCullum, 11th Bengal Cavy). 

This officer appears as “J.P. MacCallum” in most sources. He joined the 11th Bengal Light Cavalry in 1844.
 

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Punjab Medal, "Mooltan" (Pte, Scinde Camel B.C.)

Condition: VF

 Punjab Medal, clasp “Mooltan” (Private Sadoo Sing, Scinde Camel B.C.) [Scinde Camel Baggage Corps).

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Punniar Star (Pte Kelly, HM 3rd Regt)

Condition: VF

Punniar Star, refitted with a silver straight-bar suspension (Private Thomas/Kelly, H.M./3rd Regt).  

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QSA, "Belmont/ModdR/OFS/Tvl" (Venus, RE)

Condition: VF

 Queen’s South Africa Medal, clasps “Belmont”, “Modder River”, “Orange Free State” and “Transvaal”, ghost dates (engraved “24603 Sapr J.A. Venus, RE). Sapper Venus is on the roll for a King’s South Africa Medal. 

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QSA, "CC" (Tpr J.L.V. Shortland, DEOVR)

Condition: VF

Queen’s South Africa Medal, clasp “Cape Colony” (1113 Tpr J.L.V. Shortland, DEOVR).  

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QSA, "CC/OFS/Belfast" (Tuck, R. Scots)

Condition: VF

Queen’s South Africa Medal, clasps “Cape Colony”, “Orange Free State” and “Belfast” (3015 Pte C.W. Tuck, Royal Scots). Edge nicks. Medal and clasps are verified on the roll.  

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QSA, "CC/OFS/RelLady/Tvl" (McIntyre, R.Ir.Fus)

Condition: VF

 Queen's South Africa Medal, clasps "Cape Colony", "Orange Free State", "Relief of Ladysmith" and "Transvaal" (6040 Cpl A. McIntyre, Rl: Irish Fus:).

Corporal McIntyre also qualified for a "South Africa 1901" clasp.

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QSA, "CC/OFS/Tvl" (Reid, A&S Highrs)

Condition: VF

Queen’s South Africa Medal, clasps “Cape Colony”, “Orange Free State” and “Transvaal” (6996 Pte A. Reid, A & S Highrs:). Edge nicks. The medal and clasps are verified on the roll. Reid also qualified for the King’s South Africa Medal. 

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QSA, "CC/OFS/Tvl/Laing's Nek" (McGill, Yk & Lanc)

Condition: VF

Queen's South Africa Medal, clasps "Cape Colony", "Orange Free State", "Transvaal" and "Laing's Nek" (4451 Pte C. McGill, 1: Yk: & Lanc: Regt). Correction to the initial.

Private McGill is confirmed on the roll for these four clasps.  He did not qualify for a King's South Africa Medal.

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QSA, "CC/SA02" (Pte Holland, E. Surrey R.)

Condition: VF

Queen’s South Africa Medal, clasps “Cape Colony” and “South Africa 1902" (1863 Pte G. Holland, E. Surrey Regt). The medal and clasps are verified on the roll.  

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QSA, "CC/TugH/OFS/RelLady/Tvl/LNek" (Middx R)

Condition: VF

Queen's South Africa Medal, clasps "Cape Colony", "Tugela Heights", "Orange Free State", "Relief of Ladysmith", "Transvaal" and "Laing's Nek" (5326 Pte F. J. Court, Middx: Regt.)

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QSA, "CC/TugH/RelLady/Tvl/LaingsNek" (Spr, RE)

Condition: VF

 Queen’s South Africa Medal, clasps “Cape Colony”, “Tugela Heights”, “Relief of Ladysmith”, “Transvaal”, “Laing’s Nek” and “Belfast” (engraved “26211 Sapr J. Connolly, RE). The roll verifies all but the “Belfast” clasp. Connolly also received the King’s South Africa Medal.

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QSA, "CC/Witte" (Pte Morton, Gren Gds)

Condition: VF

Queen’s South Africa Medal, clasps “Cape Colony” and “Wittebergen” (engraved “4964 Pte H. Morton, Gren Gds.”). Ghost dates on the reverse.

With copied medal roll verifying the medal and clasps. He also earned the King’s South Africa Medal with both date bars.

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QSA, "Elands/DefLady/OFS/TVL/LNek" (Natal MR)

Condition: VF

Queen’s South Africa Medal, clasps “Elandslaagte”, “Defence of Ladysmith”, “Orange Free State”, “Transvaal” and “Laing’s Nek” (152 Tpr: J.W. Tunmer, Natal M.R.). Edge nicks. There were 161 “Elandslaagte” clasps to the regiment. The medal and clasps are verified on the roll. 
 

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QSA, "OFS/Laing's Nek" (Kendall, 19 Hussars)

Condition: VF

Queen’s South Africa Medal, clasps “Orange Free State” and “Laing’s Nek”. Engraved “3634 Corpl. S.G. Kendall, 19/Hrs”. Edge marks.

Corporal Kendall also qualified for the "Belfast" clasp.
 

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QSA, "Rel Lady/Transvaal" (Collins, Durban L.I.)

Condition: VF

Queen’s South Africa Medal, clasps “Relief of Ladysmith” and “Transvaal” (670 Pte W.C. Collins, Durban L.I.). Edge nicks. The medal and clasps are verified on the roll.  

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QSA, "RelKim/Paard/Drief/Tvl/Witte/SA01" (RE)

Condition: VF

Queen’s South Africa Medal, clasps “Relief of Kimberley”, “Paardeberg”, “Driefontein”, “Transvaal”, “Wittebergen” and “South Africa 1901” (engraved “23500 Cpl: A. C. Grix, R. E.”). Ghost dates on the reverse. The “South Africa 1901" clasp is sewn to the clasp below it.
 

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QSA, "Transvaal" (Musgrave, Johannesburg MR)

Condition: VF

Queen’s South Africa Medal, clasp “Transvaal” (645 O.R.Sjt: W.J. Musgrave, Johannesburg M.R.).  

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QSA, "Transvaal" (Tpr Gilvary, ILH)

Condition: VF

Queen’s South Africa Medal, clasp “Transvaal” (837 Tpr A. Gilvary, I.L.H.).
 

Gilvary also served with Gorringe's Flying Column, which was in action against various Boer Commandos.

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QSA, "Tvl/SA02" (Tpr Ashmead, Kitchener's FS)

Condition: VF

Queen's South Africa Medal, clasps "Transvaal" and "South Africa 1902" (1846  Tpr H. Ashmead, Kitchener's F.S.)

Trooper Herbert Ashmead joined 1st Kitchener's Fighting Scouts on 31 December 1901 at Durban. He was discharged on 4 July 1902, when the unit was disbanded at Johannesburg.

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QSA, "Witte/CC/Tvl" (Pte Cook, S. Staff R)

Condition: VF

Queen's South Africa Medal, clasps "Wittebergen", "Cape Colony" and "Transvaal" (2653 Pte W. Cook, S. Stafford: Regt). Edge wear.

Confirmed on the roll.

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QSA, 5 clasps (Pte Crotty, 2nd DGds)

Condition: VF

Queen's South Africa Medal, clasps "Cape Colony", "Orange Free State", "Transvaal", "South Africa 01" and "South Africa 02" (3618 Pte M. Crotty 2nd Dragoon Gds:). Ghost dates on the reverse. Court-mounted by a collector.

Crotty is confirmed on the roll for the medal and these clasps. 

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QSA, 7-clasps (McDonald, RA)

Queen’s South Africa Medal, clasps “Cape Colony”, “Paardeberg”, “Dreifontein”, “Johannesburg”, “Diamond Hill”, “Belfast” and “South Africa 1901" (70621 Cpl D.A. McDonald, RFA). Edge bruising.

With copied medal rolls verifying the 7 clasps for service with the 68th Battery, Royal Field Artillery.
 

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RAF Long Service and Good Conduct (Stokes)

Condition: VF

Royal Air Force Long Service and Good Conduct Medal, EIIR (519180 Sgt E.A. Stokes, RAF).

 

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Restoration of Peace Commemorative Medal

Condition: VF

Restoration of Peace Medal, 1945. An unofficial commemorative medal.

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Royal Ulster Constabulary Service Medal (Coburn)

Condition: VF

Royal Ulster Constabulary Service Medal (R/Const D. J. Coburn), in its original titled case and outer box addressed to Coburn in Belfast. Reribboned on the post-2001 "George Cross" ribbon. 

With a mounted Defense Medal and forwarding slip to D.J. Coburn from the RUC Belfast Inspector General's Office. Plus, a War Department pass to David John Coburn to allow him access to War Department proprty for his work as an electrician (1941-1942). Considering the time gap between the medals, this may represent a father and son pair.

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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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South Africa 1853 (T. Johnson, 45th Regt)

Condition: VF

South Africa Medal 1853 (T. Johnson, 45th Regt). Approximately 700 medals to the regiment. 
 

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South Africa 1853, name erased

Condition: VF

South Africa Medal 1853 (name erased). Some edge wear; old ribbon worn. 

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South Africa Medal, "1877-8-9" (Lathey, ASC)

Condition: VF+

South Africa Medal 1877, clasp "1877-8-9" (C/1514 Sergt G. Lathey, A.S. Corps).

George Lathey is one of only five men in the Army Service Corps with this clasp.

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South Africa. War Medal 1939-45, Ericksdon

Condition: VF

South Africa. War Medal 1939-1945 (51564 E.G.E. Erickson). 

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South Africa. WWI Victory Medal (10th SAI)

Condition: VF

 South Africa. World War I VIctory Medal, bi-lingual reverse (Pte J. Neilson, 10th SAI).

The 10th South African Infantry served in German Southwest Africa.

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South Africa. WWI Victory Medal (Pte Scott, SAMCC)

Condition: VF

 South Africa. World War I Victory Medal, bi-lingual reverse (J.M.F. Scott, S.A.M.C.C.) {South African Motor Cycle Corps].

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South Africa. WWI Victory, bi-lingual (7th Inf)

Condition: VF

 South Africa. World War I Victory Medal, bi-lingual reverse (Pte A.L. Brenner, 7th Infantry)

The 7th South African Infantry heavily recruited among the New Zealanders and Australians settled in the Transvaal region. The unit saw action in German East Africa.

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Territorial Efficiency Medal (Gnr T. Malcolm, RGA)

Condition: VF

Territorial Efficiency Medal, GV (307039 Gnr. T. Malcolm, RGA). 

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Territorial Force Efficiency (Bailey, E. Lanc Regt

Condition: VF

Territorial Force Efficiency Medal, GV (327 Sjt H. Bailey, 4/E. Lanc. Regt).

Harold Bailey also qualified for a 1914-15 trio.
 

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Territorial Force Efficiency Medal (Ford, RGA)

Condition: VF

 Territorial Force Efficiency Medal, GV (347539 Gnr. J. Ford, RGA).

Fors also earned the British War Medal, Victory Medal and Territorial Force War Medal.

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Turkish Crimea Medal, Sardinian (Gnr, RA)

Condition: VF

Turkish Crimea Medal, Sardinian issue, engraved on the edge “Gnr. B. McGladerigan, Rl. Arty”. On a straight bar suspension from an Indian Mutiny medal.

 

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Turkish Crimea, French issue (Clapham, RA)

Condition: VF

Turkish Crimea Medal, French issue, straight bar suspender (engraved on the edge “Gunner & Driver Joseph Clapham, No.1 Compy, 3rd Battn, RA”).

With copied medal roll showing Joseph Clapham earned a Crimea Medal with “Alma”, “Inkermann” and “Balaklava” clasps.
 

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Two to A.C. MacNeill, Kalahari Horse/ZADK

Condition: VF+

Two to A.C. MacNeill, Kalahari Horse and South Africa Service Corps: 1914-15 Star (Pte/A.C. MacNeill/kalahari Hse); British War Medal (EK/AO A.C. MacNeill/, ZADK). Both in their original issue boxes. (Location of his Victory Medal is unknown) 

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Unofficial Prisoner of War Medal

Condition: VF+

Unofficial Prisoner of War Medal. In its original case.

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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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War Medal 1939-1945

Condition: VF

War Medal 1939-1945. 

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Women's Voluntary Service Medal

Condition: VF

Women’s Voluntary Service Medal, unnamed as issued. In its original Royal Mint case of issue.  

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Women's Volunteer Service Medal

Condition: VF

Women's Volunteer Service Medal, unnamed as issued.

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World War I Victory (A.J. Adams, AB, RN)

Condition: Near VF

World War I Victory Medal;(220333 A.J. Adams, AB, RN). With copied service record.

Alfred John Adams enlisted in the Royal Navy in 1902. He was promoted to Able Seaman in 1905 and remained in that rate until he was demobilized in 1919. He served most of the war aboard HMS Tyne, a stores ship, earning a 1914-15 trio. His records show several disciplinary incidents and do not reflect the award of a Long Service and Good Conduct Medal. Adams was a civilian war casualty during the Blitz in 1940.

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World War I Victory Medal (Pte E. Hudson, E Surrey

Condition: VF

World War I Victory Medal (2329 E. Hudson, E. Surr. R.)

Private Ernest Hudson received the British War Medal, Victory Medal the Territorial Force War Medal. His MIC indicates that the Territorial Force War Medal was returned/. 

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WWI Victory (Rflmn, Gwalior Rifles)

Condition: VF

World War I Victory Medal  (4711 Rflmn Ram Din, Gwalior Rifles).

The unit served in East Africa and Palestine during World War I.

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WWI Victory (Sepoy, 3 Ksmr S. Rfls)

Condition: VF

World War I Victory Medal (1972 Sepy Dammu, 3 Ksmr. S. Rifs.)

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WWI Victory (Sgt Major Baker, Calcutta Vols Arty)

Condition: Near VF

 World War I Victory Medal (Sgt Maj F.C. Baker, Calcutta Vols. Arty).  Worn; reverse stained.

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WWI Victory (Spr W.H. Turner, CE)

Condition: VF

Canada. World War I Victory Medal (504868 Spr W.H. Turner, CE)

Sapper William Harold Turner attested 8 March 1916. He was from North Lonsdale, British Columbia. 

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WWI Victory Medal (AB J. Guare, RN)

Condition: VF

WWI Victory Medal (183176 J. Guare, AB, RN).

With copied rolls showing Guare qualified for a 1914-15 trio and the Africa General Service Medal, clasp “Somaliland 1908-10". He served off Somaliland aboard HMS Diana. 

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WWI Victory Medal (Dvr A.J. Smith, ASC)

Condition: VF

World War I Victory Medal (T4-233841 Dvr A.J. Smith, ASC).

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WWI Victory Medal (Pte A. Anderson, HLI)

Condition: VF

World War I Victory Medal (55105 Pte A. Anderson, HLI).
 

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WWI Victory Medal (Pte Tranter, RAMC)

Condition: VF

World War I Victory Medal (2015 Pte R. Tranter, RAMC).

Private Richard Tranter earned a 1914-15 trio. He arrived in France on 11 September 1915.

 

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WWI Victory Medal (Simm, Manch R.), KIA 1917

Condition: VF+

 World War I Victory Medal (251482 Pte A. Simm, Manch R.).

Private Alfred Simm, 1/6th Battalion, Manchester Regiment, was killed in action 23 June 1917 and is commemorated at the Ruyaulcourt Military Cemetery.  He was from Newton-le-Willows, Lancs.

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WWI Victory Medal (T.Sgt Brewer, L.N.Lan.R.)

Condition: VF

 World War I Victory Medal (8595 T. Sjt F.W. Brewer, L.N.Lan.R.)

The 2nd battalion landed in German East Africa in November 1914 and later moved to Egypt before deploying to France.

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WWI Victory Medal (Thompson, North'd Fus)

Condition: VF

World War I VIctory Medal (16-443 Pte C. M. Thompson, North'd Fus).

With copied Medal Index Card showing Charles Masters Thompson arrived in France on 22 November 1915. He was later commissioned as a second lietenant in the Durham Light Infantry and was still serving in 1920.

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WWI Victory Medal (Type 1) (Conn Rangers)

Condition: VF

World War I Victory Medal (5668 Pte J. MacDonagh, Conn. Rang.). A Type 1 Victory Medal with a matte finish. MacDonagh served in the Balkans. 

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WWI Victory Medal (Wkr M.M. Downing, QMAAC)

Condition: VF

World War I Victory Medal (12393 Wkr. M. M. Downing, QMAAC) [Queen Mary's Army Auxiliary Corps]  The original ribbon is heavily worn.

Downing was later a Staff Nurse. 

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