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RAF General Service Medal "Canal Zone" In Box of Issue
A scarce example awarded to AC1 R,K. BARFORD (4064073) RAF. These details also appear on the box Near Mint Condition
Code: 50475Price: 250.00 GBP
WW2 REME Territorial Army Group of Five Medals.
Awarded to 2052298 Sjt R Birkbeck REME. Comprising: 1939/45 Star, Burma Star, Defence Medal, War Medal, Territorial Efficiency Medal (GVIR), (Sjt REME). Medals loose GC. .... Accompanied by the forwarding card box lid giving the address as Lincoln.
Code: 51939Price: 75.00 GBP
WW2 Royal Army Service Corps General Service Medal Group of Three.
Awarded to "56672 Dvr G. Oakhill RASC". Comprising: General Service Medal, clasp "Palestine", Defence Medal, War Medal.
Code: 50877Price: 85.00 GBP
1st Bn Royal West Kent Regiment Egypt Medal.
A dated example awarded to 1288 Lce Corpl W Murphy 1 R. W. Kent , bearing the clasp The Nile 1884-85. Contact marks, these heavy to the edge.
Code: 50477Price: 220.00 GBP
Royal Air Force Campaign Service Medal Clasp Northern Ireland
A good example awarded to G8085737 SAC W.J. Strutt RAF. GC.
Code: 51599Price: 75.00 GBP
Crimea War Battle of Inkermann medallion.
A good scarce white metal example depicts to the obverse a dramatic Battle Scene with the Union Flag being defended against the advancing Russians. The reverse lists all the Regiments present at the engagement. Drilled with a small hole and blue ribbon. GC
Code: 51603Price: 50.00 GBP
Royal Navy Naval General Service Medal with Clasp Near East with box of issue.
A scarce complete grouping. NGS awarded to C/J958823 F.G. Erlam Ord RN. Complete with original forwarding box, with ink name, Admiralty forwarding letter, Registered envelope with an Eastbourne address. VGC.
Code: 51597Price: 175.00 GBP
WW2 / Malaya East Surrey Regiment / General List Officers Medal Group.
A good Officers long service unusually named group awarded to Captain H. Jeffery who served with the East Surrey Regiment. Comprising: 1939/45 Star, Defence Medal, War Medal, General Service Medal (EIIR) clasp Malaya (Capt H Jeffery Gen List), Regular Army Long Service & Good Conduct Medal (EIIR) (1761264WO Cl 2 H. Jeffery RASC). Mounted court style as originally worn. Last medal with contact marks. GC.
Captain H Jeffery was commissioned into the Reserve of Regular Officers, serving with the East Surrey Regiment. He resigned his commission on the 17th April 1964 due to age, at that time he is listed under the Home Counties Brigade.
Code: 51797Price: 250.00 GBP
Royal Field Artillery Attributed Officer's Memorial Plaque.
The bronze Memorial Plaque is named to "ALEXANDER JOSEPH ROBINSON". The plaque is mounted into a wooden frame. ... Accompanied by a photograph of a Royal Artillery Officer. Taken by a photographer in Wolverhampton.
This appears to be a unique named plaque and is attributed to Second Lieutenant Alexander Joseph Robinson who died on wounds on the 8th August 1917, whilst serving with the 116th By 26th Brigade Royal Field Artillery. His parents lived in Wolverhampton the location of the photograph studios of the portrait image. A pre war Territorial he had served with the 4th (Staffs) Battery RFA before being granted a commission.
WW1 Queen Mary’s Army Auxiliary Corps Victory Medal.
Awarded to "35251 WKR E.M. HOLDER Q.M.A.A.C."
Code: 52156Price: 50.00 GBP
WW1 Queen Mary's Auxiliary Army Corps QMAC / WAAC Medal Grouping.
A very rare complete grouping of items appertaining to16965 Worker Lydia Mabel Sayers. Comprising:
British War Medal & Victory Medal "WKR QMAAC".
Cloth Shoulder Title
Soldiers Pay Book
WAAC Identification Certificate
Silver War Badge Certificate
1918 dated letter reference her discharge.
16965 Worker Lydia Mabel Sayers lived in Dalston North London, she enlisted at London on the 28th November 1917, first seeing service in Folkestone, before embarking for France in January 1918. She appears to have fallen sick and was discharged from the Corps on the 11th May 1918 as no longer fit for service.
Code: 50392Price: 275.00 GBP
Cape Medical Staff Corps Casualty Queen’s South Africa Medal.
Awarded to Private F.P. Crawley CMSC, who died of disease on the 9th December 1900. Bears three clasps “Cape Colony”, “Orange Free State”, “Transvaal”. GC
Private F.P. Crawley is confirmed as serving with the Cape Medical Staff Corps and is shown as dying of disease at Winburg on the 9th December 1900.
Code: 51664Price: 220.00 GBP
Royal Artillery three clasp 1895 India General Service Medal
Awarded to “99738 Acting Bombdr E. Blake 3rd F Bty RA”. Bearing the, three clasps “Punjab Frontier 1897-98”, “Samana 1897”, “Tirah 1897-98” GC Suspension slightly slack.
Confirmed on the medal roll.
Code: 50440Price: 275.00 GBP
WW1 Royal Navy Special Constabulary Group of Three Medals.
Awarded to “J-73087 A.B. Piggott A.B. RN”. Comprising: British War Medal, Victory Medal, Special Constabulary Faithful Service Medal (GVR Crowned Head) with clasp “The Great War 1914-1918” “Harry Piggott”
Albert Benjamin Piggott, was born on the 11th June 1899 at Midhurst in Sussex
Code: 51601Price: 55.00 GBP
WW1 West Yorkshire Regiment Gallipoli Veteran 1914/15 Star Medal.
A good example awarded to 21061 Pte W Heathcote W. York R. GC.
Private Willie Heathcote is confirmed as landing at Gallipoli on the 19th September 1915. He was awarded the Silver War Badge, this awarded due to wounds. He was discharged on the 3rd June 1917
Code: 51600Price: 40.00 GBP
Women's Royal Army Corps Campaign Service Medal, "Malaya"
A scarce example awarded to "W/371621 PTE D O'BRIEN WRAC" Small edge knocks.
Code: 52128Price: 125.00 GBP
WW1 South Wales Borderers September 1914 Casualty "Mons" Star.
1914 Star, awarded to "13097 PTE E.W. ELLIOTT S. WALES BORD".
Private Edwin William Elliott was Killed in Action on the 26th September 1914, having landed in France on the 13th September 1914
Code: 52078Price: 140.00 GBP
WW1 Memorial Plaque Card Case.
A good example of the card case for the Death Plaque.
Code: 50819Price: 25.00 GBP
WW1 RNAS / WW2 Winchester Home Guard Group of Three Medals.
Awarded to F.3749 N.J. Appleton L.M. RNAS. Comprising: British War Medal, Victory Medal, Defence Medal. Each medal is contained in the Box of Issue with details to the lid. The Defence Medal box is addressed to Mr Appleton living in Winchester and accompanied by a forwarding letter from the Territorial Army and Air Force Association of Hampshire and the Isle of White, this with ink name. Near VGC
Norman John Appleton enlisted into the RNAS on the 7th April 1915. He came from Burghfield, Reading, Berkshire. He was discharged in April 1919
Code: 50163Price: 110.00 GBP
Queen Alexandra's Royal Army Nursing Corps General Service Medal Malaya.
Awarded to "LT A . WAYTE Q.A.R.A.N.C.". Contained in an original Malaya GSM forwarding box. The box with details for a "Lt. A. Pearson QARANC". VGC
Code: 50310Price: 220.00 GBP
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