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772.  Group of Fifteen
  To Major-General T. Young. C.B., O.B.E., R.A.M.C.
  Most Honourable Order of the Bath - Companion (C.B.) - Military. Neck Badge, in Gilt (1951)
  Most Excellent Order of the British Empire - Officer - (O.B.E.) 2nd type. Military (1945)
  1914-15 Star. Lieut. T. Young R.A.M.C.
  B.W.M. and Victory (M.I.D.) Capt. T. Young.
  I.G.S. 1 Bar NWF 1930-31 Major T. Young.
  1939-45, Africa, and Italy Stars. Defence and War Medals (M.I.D.)
  G.S.M. 1 Bar Malaya. Geo. V1. Brigadier T. Young (O.B.E. Staff.
  Coronation Medal 1953.
  U.S.A. - Legion of Merit - Legionnaire. (1946)
  France - Medaille De La Reconnaissance (1945)  
 Born 1893. M.B., CHB (Glasgow) 1915. M.D. 1951. D.P.H. (Cambridge) 1924. Lieut. R.A.M.C. Served
  European war, Dardanelles, MEF, EEF 1915-22. (Despatches twice). India 1925-1931 and 1934-39. Major 1927.
  Lt. Col. 1941. Temp. Col. 1941. Dep. Dir. Of Hygiene, Bnaf and Cmf, 1942-46 (Despatches twice). Col. 1945.
  Comdt Army School of Hygiene 1946. Brigadier 1947. Dir of Medical Services Farelf 1948. Major-General
  1949. Hon. Physician to King 1950. Hon Physician to Queen 1952-53. Dir. Army Health 1949-53. Retired
  1953. Col. Comdt. R.A.M.C. 1955-61.
   Sold with quantity of original paper work, including C.B. Bestowal document, O.B.E. Bestowal document,
  3 x M.I.D. certificates. Invitation to Coronation at Westminster 2-6-1953. Coronation 1953 award certificate.
  U.S.A. Legion of Merit Bestowal document and associated photographs of presentation. French Medal De La
  Reconnaissance Bestowal document and associated papers. Booklet re the dinner given by the army to H.M.
  the Queen, 27-11-1956 and two associated photographs of the event, and the Army Medical Service Magazine,
  Jan. 1956 which featured Major-General Young. Together with some copied research and photographs.
 Medals mounted as worn, by Spink.  (NEF)  £4250 PHOTOS
772a.
Group of Eleven
Order of St, Michael and St. George - Companion-Neck Badge. (C.M.G.) L/G 14-1-1916 - Lt. Col. S.H. Pollen Reserve of Officers, late Wiltshire R.
I.G.S. 1895. 1 Bar Pjb. Fr. Capt. S.H Pollen. 2/Wiltshire Regt.
Q.S.A. 5 Bars CC/Tugela Hts/TVL/~Rel. of L’Smith/L.Nek. Capt. S.H. Pollen. 2/Wiltshire R.
1914-15 Star. Capt S.H. Pollen.
B.W.M. and Victory (M.I.D.) Lt. Col. S.H. Pollen.
Coronation 1902 - Silver Coronation 1911.
France - Legion of Honour - Croix Doughier (L/G 24-2-1916 - Capt (Temp Lt. Col) S.H. Pollen C.M.G. - Reserve of Officers, late Wiltshire R.)
Italy - Order of the Crown - Officer (L/G 31-8-1917 -Capt (Temp Lt. Col) S.H. Pollen. C.M.G. - Reserve of Officers, late Wiltshire R.)
Egypt - Order of the Nile - 2nd class - Neck Badge and Breast Star. (L/G 9-11-1918 - Capt. (Temp Lt. Col)
S.H. Pollen C.M.G. - Reserve of Officers, late Wiltshire Regt.)

M.I.D. - Boer War - L/G 8-2-1901
M.I.D. - W.W.1 - 5 times - L/G 5-11-1915. L/G 4-1-1916. L/G 22-9-1916. L/G 6-7-1917. L/G 21-11-1917
Recipient was born on 2-5-1868. He was a cadet at Royal Military College and was commissioned 2/Lieut
into the Wiltshire Regt on 22-8-1888. Promoted Lieut 11-6-1890, and qualified for promotion to the rank of
Captain on 12-10-1894. Aide De Camp, Reserve of Officers 3-9-1914. Assistant Military Secretary (graded
as Assistant Adjutant-General) 23-12-1915.
The backs of the bars on the I.G.S. and Q.S.A. have been flattened for easier mounting/wearing. (NEF) £3285  PHOTOS




773.  Group of Six
  Distinguished Service Order (D.S.O.) Geo. V. Complete with Top Brooch Bar.
  Q.S.A. 4 Bars CC/OFS/L.Nek/Belfast. Lieut. R.S. Walker R.E. (ghost dates)
  K.S.A. Usual Two Bars. Capt. R.S. Walker. R.E.
  1914 Star. Major R.S. Walker. R.E.
  B.W.M. and Victory. Lt. Col. R.S. Walker.
  Memorial Plaque. Reginald Selby Walker.
 D.S.O. - L/G 3-6-1916
   Born 1871. 2/Lieut. R.E. 25-7-1890 - Lieut. 25-7-1893 - Captain 25-7-1901 - Major 25-7-1910
 Recipient was K.I.A. on 30-9-1918 serving with R.E. V1 Cps. H.Q., and is buried in Flesquieres Hill British 
 Cemetery, France. During the Boer War he served in the Searchlight Section R.E., and was twice mentioned
 in despatches - L/G 8-2-1901 and L/G 29-7-1902. During W.W.1. He was again M.I.D. - L/G 4-1-1917.
   Sold with copy photographs, photograph of headstone, copies of entries from his diary, and copies of letters
  of sympathy sent to his wife, etc. (NEF)  £3785 PHOTOS


774.  Group of Five
  Distinguished Service Order (D.S.O. Geo. V.
  1914-15 Trio. (M.I.D.) Major R.J. Wordsworth.
  Territorial Decoration (T.D.) Geo. V.
   D.S.O. - L/G 1-1-1918 - Notts and Derby Regt. Mounted as worn.  (EF)  £2150



776.  Group of Nine
To Major General F. Burges Pasha. Gloucester Regt. Egyptian Army, and Sudan Civil Administration
  Most Excellent Order of the British Empire - Officer (O.B.E.) 1st type - Civil.
  Queens Sudan. Lieut. F. Burges E.A.
  1914-15 Trio. Capt. F. Burges. Glouc. R.
  Order of the Medjidien (4th class) - L/G 5-4-1901 - “Valuable services to the Khedives of Egypt”
  Order of the Osmanieh (4th class) - L/G 22-3-1912 - “Valuable services to the Khedives of Egypt”.
  Order of the Nile (2nd class) - Neck and Breast Badges - L/G 28-3-1919 - “Services to the Sultan of Egypt”.
  Khedives Sudan. 2 Bars Khartoum/Sudan 1899. Un-named as issued.

 O.B.E. - L/G 5-12-1919 - “Capt. F. Burges, Police Magistrate, Khartoum. - For services rendered in the Sudan”.
 M.I.D. - L/G 4-11-1898 - The Sirdar’s Omdurman Despatch, and M.I.D. - L/G 9-12-1898 - Recent operations
 in the Sudan including the Battle of Gedaref.

   Recipient was commissioned into the Gloucester Regt in 1889, and in Jan 1898 was seconded for service with
  the Egyptian Army with the rank of Bimbashi (Major) He retired from both the British and Indian Armies in
  1908 and accepted a legal appointment, serving as Police Magistrate Khartoum from 1908-1919, in charge of
  Khartoum Criminal Courts. He retired in 1919 with the local rank of Major General. Sold with much detail and
  reproduction photographs including a head and shoulders portrait of recipient in uniform, wearing his medals.
  Died 12-4-1943.  All medals, except Order of Nile, mounted as worn.  (NEF)  £5575 Photos


777.  Group of Two
  Order of the British Empire - Officer. (O.B.E.) Second type - Civil. - Ladies issue in Royal Mint case.
  Defence Medal.
   Sold with original award parchment for the O.B.E. named to Miss Katherine Jane Inglis. L/G 1-1-1957 -
  “Miss K.J. Inglis, Honorary Secretary for Women’s Work, The Church Army”.  (NEF)  £245


778.  Group of Eight
  Order of the British Empire - Officer (O.B.E.) - Civil 2nd type.
  1914-15 Trio. S/Sgt. G.B. Crossley A.O.C. (Amt. Sgt. on Star)
  1939-45, Atlantic, and Burma (Pacific) Stars. War Medal (M.I.D.)
   Recipient joined the Merchant Navy after the 1914-18 War, and was serving aboard the S.S. “Mendoza” as
  Chief Engineer when it was sunk by the torpedoes from a u-boat on 1-11-1942 whilst sailing from Mombassa to
  Durban. Ninety eight passengers and crew out of a total complement of four hundred and six were lost. Recipient
  received a commendation for his efforts at this time - “Chief Engineer Officer Crossley helped the master who was
  a non-swimmer, on to a raft. He then swam with a painter from the raft to a lifeboat, and by this means the raft
  was pulled clear of the ship.” (L/G 11-1-1944). Later on, he was awarded the O.B.E.
   Sold with details, reports, etc..  (NEF)  £500


779.  Group of Six
  Order of the British Empire (O.B.E.) 2nd type. Civil.
  1914-15 Trio. Lieut. F.H. Austen R.N.
  Coronation Medal 1953.
  Portugal - Military Order of Avis - Chevalier. (L/G 4-2-1921)
 O.B.E. - L/G 1-1-1948 - “Commander F.H. Austen R.N. (Retired). Commandant, Home Office Civil
  Defence School, Easingwold”. Mounted as worn.  (NEF)  £1150


780.  Group of Seven
  Order of the British Empire - Member - 2nd type. Military. (M.B.E.)
  1939-45 and Burma Stars. Defence and War Medals.
  G.S.M. 1 Bar Malaya. Eliz. 11. 2nd type. W.O. Cl. 1. C. Blair M.B.E. R.A.S.C.
  L.S.G.C. “Regular Army” Eliz. 11. 1st type. W.O. Cl. 1. C. Blair M.B.E. R.A.S.C.

 M.B.E. - L/G 7-6-1951 - “Warrant Officer Blair has been employed in A.G.8. Since 1 April 1946, and
  has given outstanding service throughout this period. During the last year in particular he has been subjected to
  quite abnormal conditions, all of which he has overcome in the most exemplary manner. Owing to reductions in
  staff, the clerical work of the branch has frequently been at breaking point, but on each occasion by his own
  personal example, initiative, and untiring work, W.O. Blair has averted a crisis.
 He has been fighting personal ill-health or illness in his family throughout this period, and has been
  uncomplaining and cheerful, and the requirements of the service have always been put before his own personal
  problems, acute though they have been.
 To weld into a happy and hardworking team a mixed staff of military and civil servants, many of whom are
  over 60, is a remarkable achievement, which reflects the greatest credit on such a young warrant officer.  cont¼
 W.O. Blair was most highly recommended for the award of a M.B.E. in the New Year’s Honours List
  1950, in view of his outstanding service over many years, the extremely difficult circumstances under which he
  fulfilled his task as chief clerk, A.G.8., up to August 1949, and the success with which he had welded into a happy
and hardworking team the mixed staff of military and civilian clerks comprising the establishment of A.G.8.”
   Mounted as worn. (NEF)  £650



782.  Group of Six
  Order of the British Empire - Member. (M.B.E.) 1st type. Military (L/G 11-6-1919 - Paymaster Sub-Lieut.
  D.W. Abbey. R.N.)
  1914-15 Tri0o. (M.I.D.) Payr. S. Lt. D.W. Abbey. R.N. (Clk. R.N. on Star)
  Defence and War Medals.
   M.B.E. recommendation - “Has carried out the exceptionally arduous and responsible duties of Secretary to
  Capt (D) 3rd and 21st flotilla’s - Captain’s Clerk of Depot Ship of 3rd. and 21st flotillas under most difficult
  circumstances in an exceptionally efficient and capable manner with exceptional ability. I cannot speak too
  highly of this Officer’s services which have contributed to a large extent to the efficiency of the attached flotillas.
  This Officer has worked indefatigably at all times an is in all respects loyal, trustworthy and conscientious. 
  Further, during the time this officer served as my Secretary with the convoy flotillas in “leander”, his services
  were invaluable to me, and were carried out in the same exceptionally efficient manner stated above. I consider
  this case deserving of special recognition”. M.I.D. - L/G 14-3-1919. Mounted as worn (wrong order!) (NEF)  £435


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


784.  Group of Two
  Order of the British Empire - Member (M.B.E. 1st type. (L/G 25-11-1920 T/Warrant Officer A.V. Green. Royal Indian Marine)
  B.W.M. Gnr. A.V. Green. R.I.M.
   M.B.E. - “For valuable services rendered in connection with military operations in Mesopotamia. (NEF)  £360


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



787.  Group of Six
  M.B.E. - 2nd type - Military.
  B.W.M. H. Richardson. A.M.2. R.N.A.S. (The “A.S.” of “R.N.A.S.” has been removed)
  Defence and War Medals.
  Coronation Medal 1953 )Verified - Flt. Lt. H. Richardson. R.A.F. Cardington)
  R.A.F. LSGC Geo. V. Cpl. H. Richardson R.A.F. 
   M.B.E. - L/G 13-6-1959 Flt. Lt. R.A.F.) Recipient was commissioned A/Pilot Officer in the Technical Branch
  per L/G 28-10-1941 with seniority dating from 11-8-1941, and was promoted Flight Lieut. W.E.F. 1-9-1945. He
  retired circa 1959-1960. An interesting group to a long serving member of the R.A.F. Mounted as worn. (NEF)  £550
 

788.  Group of Four
  Royal Red Cross. First Class. Geo. V. (L/G 4-6-1917) - Sister (Acting Matron). Q.A.I.M.N.S.R.
  1914-15 Trio. P.A. O’Curran. B.R.C. & St. J.J 
 Sold with original Military “Dog Tag”. R.R.C. in case of issue.  (NEF)  £995


789.  Group of Three
  Military Cross (M.C.) Geo. V.
  B.W.M. and Victory. Capt. L.M. Bayly (R. Irish Rifles)
 M.C. - L/G 16-9-1918 - Lt. (A/Capt. L.M. Bayly. R. Ir. Rif. Spec. Res. - “For conspicuous gallantry and  devotion to duty.
 He commanded a company through a weeks heavy fighting, taking part in rearguard actions and
 counter-attacks, in which he set a fine example. On one occasion he carried a Lewis gun the whole of a long march.
 Recipient died of wounds on 22-10-1918 and is buried in Duhallow A.D.S. Cemetery, Ypres.  (EF)  £2050 PHOTOS



792.  Group of Six
  Military Cross (M.C.) Geo. V.
  1914-15 Star. Pte. W.A. Ward. 15-London R. (Civil Service Rifles)
  B.W.M. and Victory. Capt. W.A. Ward.  Coronation Medal 1953
  Efficiency Medal - Top bar “Malaya” Geo. V1. - with two extra service bars. Sgt. W.A. Ward. M.C. F.M.S.V.F.

   Military Cross - L/G 1-1-1919 - Lt. (A/Capt) Wilfred Arthur Ward. Lan. Fus., Spec. Res., & 60th Bn. M.G.C.

 Recipient was born in 1892 and entered the Colonial Service in 1920. He was appointed District Officer Port
  Dickson in 1925 and Under-secretary, Singapore in 1940. He was interned by the Japanese from 1942 to 1945, and
  in 1946 was appointed Resident Commissioner, Selangor, Federation of Malaya. In 1948 he was appointed
  Commissioner for Malaya in the United Kingdom - a post he held until his retirement in 1953

   Sold with the medals are original letters of appreciation etc., sent to recipient around the time of his retirement,
  two from the Rt. Hon. Malcolm MacDonald, Commissioner General for the U.K. in South-East Asia, two from
  Field Marshall Sir Gerald Templer, High Commissioner for the Federation of Malaya, and one from Sir John
  Nicoll, Governor and C. in C. Singapore. Also included is recipient’s internment (P.O.W.) number badge, and his
  medal ribbon bar, and four original photographs - one of which is of him in his Resident Commissioners uniform
  and wearing his medals. His son was a member of the Everest party that scaled the mountain for the first time
  in 1953.. Also entitled to the C.M.G. (Awarded 1948). Mounted as worn. (NEF)  £4925 PHOTOS

793.  Group of Three
  Military Cross (M.C.) Geo. V.
  B.W.M. and Victory. Lieut. A.J.T. Wiseman. (Gordon Highlanders)
 M.C. - L/G 16-9-1918 - “For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty. “When in command of three
  platoons in a very exposed position he held on until forced to withdraw through danger of being surrounded. He
  then coolly led his men to a better position, setting a fine example to those with him”
 The award was for an action at Lestrem 9-12 April 1918.  (NEF)  £1445


794.  Group of Five
  Military Cross (M.C.) Geo. V.
  1914-15 Trio (M.I.D.) Capt. J.D. Standen 1/10/Jats.
  I.G.S. 1 Bar Waziristan 1921-24. Capt. J.D. Standen 2-9 Jat R.
  Recipient was shot dead on 22-12-1923 at Jandola, Waziristan by a Sepoy who ran amok.
 He was aged 35 and was educated at Elizabeth College, Guernsey. He saw service during the W.W.1. In the Tochi on the N.W. Frontier
 of India, in Mesopotamia, at Salonika, on the Black Sea, and in Asia Minor.
  He was awarded the M.C. on 31-10-1920 during the Turkish War of Independence and was twice mentioned
  in despatches - 9-3-1919 and 31-10-1920.

Sold with two original M.I.D. certificates, newspaper cuttings referring to his death and copy head and shoulders photographs.
  We are awaiting the M.C. details.  (NEF)  £3225 PHOTOS
 


796.  Group of Seven
Distinguished Flying Cross (D.F.C.) Dated 1942
Distinguished Flying Medal (D.F.M.) Sgt. R. Lambert R.A.F.
1939-45 and Air Crew Europe Stars.
Defence and War Medals. Coronation Medal 1953.

D.F.M. - L/G 30-7-1940 - No. 115 Sqn. R.A.F. Marham. (Wellington Bombers) “This airman has been continuously engaged as Air Observer on operational flying since the beginning of the war, his own personal record being 5 long sweeps and 18 bombing operations. At all times he has displayed a very high standard of enthusiasm and an indefatigable devotion to duty under the most trying conditions when in action, while his unfailing cheerfulness during long periods of standing by and particularly when preparing for operations, have  been of the greatest value in sustaining the high state of morale in his flight. In particular his sound navigation  and backing of his Captain and Section Leader at the time, was largely responsible for enabling the Section to  make successful dawn and twilight attacks, without loss, on Stavanger Aerodrome, on 14th April and 30th April,  1940, respectively.

Since the death in action of the remainder of his crew, he has taken over the duties of Navigator to his Flight ommander with undiminished cheerfulness and enthusiasm and continued to set the finest example to all ranks.
  The efficiency and imperturbability of this N.C.O. have undoubtedly been of the utmost value to his unit. He possesses a temperament which makes him ideally suited for employment in a heavy bomber squadron where his determination, courage and thoroughness have been well tested”. Sgt. Lambert went on to complete 35 operational sorties with 115 squadron, of which 12 out of the last 15 were over the Ruhr area.

 D.F.C. - L/G 26-5-1943 - Warrant Officer - No. 15 Sqn. RAF Wyton (Stirling Bombers) “This Warrant Officer has taken his place as Air Observer on fifty-six operations during his two tours, which included several attackson such heavily defended targets as Berlin, Wilhelmshaven, and the Ruhr. At all times his Captain has spoken most highly of his ability as a Navigator, and his coolness and efficiency as a Bomb Aimer in the face of the heaviest  defences.
I consider him to be one of the very best Observers in this squadron, who by his coolness and enthusiasm acts as a most excellent example to everyone, and most strongly recommend him for the award of the Distinguished Flying Cross. W/O Lambert carried out a further 3 operational sorties up to 12-4-1942 with No. 15 squadron,  making a total of 59 ops up to that date.

Recipient was born 9-11-1905 and was first commissioned on 1-12-1942 and was discharged as a Flight Lieutenant some time after the war. He rejoined the RAF on 13-1-1953 and was appointed to a permanent commission in the Technical Branch with the rank of Flight Lieutenant. He retired on 31-12-1960, and his last appointment was that of Station Armament Officer at RAF Chivenor. His wife whom he married in 1947 was a Section Officer in the W.A.A.F. Flt. Lt. Lambert died on 11-12-1984.

 Sold with two commissioning parchments dated 19-1-1943 (Pilot Officer) and 21-7-1953 (Flt. Lt.), and his wife’s commissioning parchment dated 16-3-1943 (Assistant Section Officer). Also included are details of his operational sorties with both squadrons (E.G. 12-12-1941 -“Aircraft hit by flak in both main-planes. Held by searchlights for three minutes”, and 226-1-1942 - flak intense and A/C hit”), a newspaper cutting from the “Salford City Reporter”detailing the award of the D.F.C., and a scrap book compiled by his wife containing various letters, newspaper cuttings etc.. This includes letter appointing Flt. Lt. Lambert to a permanent commission (1953), Air Ministry letters concerning his impending retirement (1960), the covering document for the award of the Coronation Medal (1953), and letter of thanks from H.M. the Queen for his long and valuable services (1960). Also included is a newspaper photograph of his wedding and another photograph and article recording his retirement. There is also a letter to his wife from the Air Ministry, dated 19-2-1943 confirming appointment to commission in the W.A.A.F. and
  a letter to her signed by Wg. Cdr. H.I. Edwards VC. DSO. DFC. thanking her for her activities in the Officer’s Mess and with the Station Concert Party overt Christmas and the New Year (9-1-1944 - RAF Binbrook)
 A fine wartime record for someone who was not a young man by R.A.F. Aircrew standards in W.W.2. (NEF)  £7750  PHOTOS
 



798.  Group of Three
  Distinguished Conduct Medal (D.C.M.) Geo. V. Pte. G. Lowe. 1/Gordon Highrs.
  B.W.M. and Victory. Pte. G. Lowe. Gordons.

 L/G 11-3-1920 - “he has served with the Battalion since October 1915, in which he has carried out the duties
  of stretcher bearer. In a recent action two stretcher-bearers were killed and two wounded in this Battalion, but
  he continued his work untiringly in the face of the heaviest shell and machine-gun fire. He has at all times set an
  example of courage and self-sacrifice”.  (NVF)  £1265  PHOTOS


799.  Group of Five
  Distinguished Conduct Medal (D.C.M.) Geo. V. C.Q.M. Sgt. T.G. Allen. 2/S. Staff Regt.
  1914 Star Trio. W.O. Cl. 2. T.G. Allen. S. Staff R. (Sgt. 2-S. Staff. R. on Star)
  Memorial Plaque. Thomas George Allen.

 D.C.M. - L/G 14-1-1916 - “For conspicuous gallantry. Company Quartermaster-Sergeant Allen and L/Cpl.
  Swinnerton crawled out along the towpath in spite of heavy fire and with utter disregard of danger rescued no fewer
  than two wounded officers and ten men”.

 Recipient was K.I.A., aged 38, on 17-2-1917, and is commemorated on the Thiepval Memorial. Born and resided in Birmingham.
(NEF)  £3750 PHOTOS


800.  Group of Four
  Distinguished Service Medal (D.S.M.) Geo. V. D. Watters. Trimr. R.N.R. “Evening Star. 11” Adriatic 1915-6.
  1914-15 Trio. D. Watters. Tr. R.N.R.
   D.S.M. - L/G 14-7-1916 - “For services in connection with the evacuation of the Serbian Army and Italian
  troops from Durazzo in December 1915, and January and February 1916”. (NEF)  £1355


801.  Group of Five
  Distinguished Service Medal (D.S.M.) Geo. V. D. McD. Hall. Sig. R.N.V.R. “Blackwhale” Aux. Patrol 1918.
  1914-15 Trio. D. McD. Hall. Sig. R.N.V.R.

 D.S.M. - L/G 20-9-1918 - For conspicuous gallantry on the occasion of the mining of HMS “Blackwhale”
  in the North Sea on 3-1-1918. The “Blackwhale”, which was built in Aberdeen, was on patrol duty when she
  struck a mine and went down. In the explosion a fireman had been very severely injured and at great personal
  risk, signaller Hall went back to the sinking ship and succeeded in rescuing the helpless man.
 The “Blackwhale” was a whaler, and awards to these type of boats are rare. Sold with relevant letters
  and newspaper cutting, as well as two original half length postcard size photos of recipient in uniform. He
  served in the Home Guard in W.W.2. and his original “Discharge” certificate is included. (NEF)  £1650


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


803.  Group of Five
  Distinguished Service Medal (D.S.M.) Geo. V. P.J. Hunt. Ldg. Sto. “Viscount” 1918.
  1914-15 Trio. P.J. Hunt. Act. S.P.O. R.N. (Sto. 1. on Star) 
  R.N. LSGC Geo. V. 1st type. P.J. Hunt. S.P.O. HMS Concord.

Sold with original certificate of service, employment and ability records, passing certificate - general, dated 1-11-1918 (HMS Blake), record of qualifications in Stoker Ratings (1910-1923), and reference - HMS Dartmouth,  dated 12th Feb. 1929, and Stokehold certificate dated 1-1-1920 (HMS Viscount). Also included are three ships photographs and two greetings cards (HMS Triad and HMS Cairo).
D.S.M. - L/G 11-12-1918 - “For services in Grand Fleet Destroyers between 1st January & 30th June 1918”. (VF)  £1375   PHOTOS
 

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


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


806.  Group of Three
  Military Medal (M.M.) Geo. V. Pte. R.W. Taylor. 2/Worcester R.
  B.W.M. and Victory. Pte. R.W. Taylor. Worcester R. Mounted as worn. (NEF)  £595   PHOTOS


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


808.  Group of Three
  Military Medal (M.M.) Geo. V. Cpl. W.H. Harper 7/Middlesex R.
  B.W.M. and Victory. Cpl. W.H. Harper. Middlesex R.  Mounted for wear. (NEF)  £535


809.  Group of Five
  Military Medal (M.M.) Geo. V. Pte. J. Groves. 4/Coldstream Gds.
  1914-15 Trio. Pte. J. Groves. C. Gds (G. Groves on Star, but numbers are the same)
  Gold (hall-marked) Tribute Medal - 3 cm diameter. Obverse “With Oswaldwistle’s Gratitude”. Obverse “The
  Great War 19114-1918”, and named Pte. J. Groves M.M. (VF)  £1295



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



813.  Group of Four
  Military Medal (M.M.) Geo. V. Sgt. C.E. Lowe. 2/West Riding Field Coy. R.E. - T.F.
  1914-15 Trio. Sgt. C.E. Lowe. R.E. (L/Cpl. on Star)
   Recipient was K.I.A., on 20-9-1916. He resided in Rotherham. (NEF)  £750 PHOTOS


814.  Group of Four
  Military Medal (M.M.) Geo. V. 13827 Pte. R.E. Pickenings. 7/E. Lanc. R.
  1914-15 Star. 13827 Pte. R.E. Pickings E. Lanc. R.
  B.W.M. and Victory. 13827 Cpl. R.E. Pickings. E. Lanc. R.

   Recipient was K.I.A., on 28-10-1918 with the 1st Bn. Sold with a large illuminated scroll given by the
  U.D.C. of Stretford to Sgt. R.E. Pickens tendering the Council’s congratulations to Sgt. R.E. Pickens on being
  awarded the Military Medal (see illustration at the back of the catalogue). The scroll is very colourful and bears .
  the official seal of the U.D.C.
 Please note the different spellings of the surname - “Soldiers Died” records it as Pickenings. - The initials and
  the regimental number (13827) are the same throughout.  (NEF)  £995


815.  Group of Five
  Military Medal (M.M.) Geo. V. Sgt. W. Batchelor. 12/Highland Lt. Infy. (L/G 7-10-1918)
  1914-15 Trio. Sgt. W. Batchelor H.L.I. (L/Cpl on Star) France - Croix De Guerre 1914-1918. (NEF)  £750 PHOTOS
 

 
816.  Group of Four
  Military Medal (M.M.) Geo. V. Cpl J. Caskie. 51st (H) Bn. M.G.C. (L/G 13-9-1918)
  B.W.M. and Victory. Cpl. J. Caskie. A. & S.H. 
  Territorial Effic. Medal. Geo. V. Cpl. J. Caskie. 8-A. & S.H.
  Sold with M.I.C. which shows entitlement to the 1914-15 Star. Mounted for display.  (NEF)  £975  PHOTOS


817.  Group of Three
  Military Medal (M.M.) Geo. V. Cpl. W.F. White 1/Div. Co. A.C.C. (Army Cyclist Corps)
  B.W.M. and Victory. Lieut. W.F. White. (NEF)  £650 PHOTOS


818.  Group of Three
  Military Medal (M.M.) Geo. V. Spr. W.C. Gribble 23/London Fd. Co. R.E. - T.F.
  B.W.M. and Victory. A.”. Cpl. W.C. Gribble R.E.
   Sold with original “dog-tag” and B.W.M. and Victory Box. (damaged)  (EF)  £585


819.  Group of Seven.    Group - 3 Brothers.


1. Military Medal (M.M.) Geo. V. A.B. J. Grosart. Howe Bn., R.N.V.R.
    B.W.M. and Victory. J. Grosart. A.B. R.N.V.R.
    K.I.A., aged 36 with Howe Bn., R.N. Div., on 29-12-1917 and buried in Fifteen Ravine British Cemetery,
    Villiers - Plouich. Not entitled to Star. 

2. B.W.M. and Victory. Spr. J. Grosart. R.E.
    K.I.A., aged 32 with 87th Field Coy., on 5-8-1916 and buried in Aveluy Communal Cemetery Extension.

3. B.W.M. and Victory. Pte. A. Grosart. R.A.M.C. (NEF)  £2600



821.  Group of Three
  Military Medal (M.M.) Geo. V. Sgt. J. Morrison. A.76/A.Bde. R.F.A.
  B.W.M. & Victory. Sgt. J. Morrison R.A.  (GVF)  £425 Photos


822.  Group of Three
  Military Medal (M.M.) Geo. V. L/Cpl. C.H. Iley. 4/R. Fusiliers.
  B.W.M. & Victory. Cpl. C.H. Iley. R. Fus. L/G 23-10-1918. (GVF)  £615


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


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



826.  Group of Four
  Military Medal (M.M.) Geo. V. Cpl. A.J. Hewins. 13/K.R.R.C.
  1914-15 Trio. Sgt. A.J. Hewins K.R.R.C. (Pte on Star) (NEF)  £595


827.  Group of Three
  Military Medal (M.M.) Geo. V. Pte. E. Potts. 23/Middlesex R.
  B.W.M. and Victory. Pte. E. Potts. Middx. R.
 Recipient died of wounds on 26-6-1917. The 23rd Bn was heavily involved in the Battle of Messines, and
  came out of the line on 11-6-1917 having lost about half its men. It is most probable that Pte. Potts died of
  wounds received at Messines. (NEF)  £685


828.  Group of Three
  Military Medal (M.M.) Geo. V. Pte. H. Brookes. 1/Scot. Rifles.
  B.W.M. and Victory. Pte. H. Brookes. Scot. Rifles. (GVF)  £575


829.  Group of Four
  Military Medal (M.M.) Geo. V1. Pte. A. Fraser H.L.I.
  I.G.S. - NWF 1935. Pte. A. Fraser. H.L.I.
  1939-45 Star. War Medal 1939-45.

   M.M. - L/G 29-11-1945 - “At Rexpoeile, France, on 29th May 1940, the 1st Bn H.L.I. Was attacked by enemy
  tanks and was subjected to shelling and mortar fire which continued throughout the day, and any movement at once
  drew rifle and automatic fire. Pte. Fraser was a runner at “B” Coy H.Q. The C.S.M. and C.Q.M.S. of this company
  were missing and Pte. Fraser assumed their duties.

 On his own initiative he collected a number of stragglers and organised them as part of the company defensive
  position. He remained in command of this party until required at Coy H.Q.. Later in the day some cottages, among
  which the company vehicles were hidden, were set on fire by enemy action. In spite of the danger from fire, Pte
  Fraser collected from the vehicles the remaining ammunition and rations, and assisted in the distribution of these
  throughout the company. Throughout the action, Pte. Fraser was of the greatest assistance to his company
  commander. His cool and efficient behaviour under fire was a fine example and a steadying influence on the
  younger soldiers of his company”.

   Recipient was taken P.O.W. on 30-5-1940, and was held in Stalag 344 in Lamsdorf. The M.M. is in its original
  box of issue, contained in its large postal box and original registered envelope, and is complete with the
  Buckingham Palace forwarding letter. Also included with the lot is army book 64 - Soldiers service and pay book.
 Pte. Fraser resided in Aberdeen. (EF)  £2450 PHOTOS

830.  Group of Eight
  Military Medal (M.M.) Geo. V1. 1st type. Dr. Mehtab Khan (R.I.A.S.C.)
  1939-45 and Italy Stars. Defence and War Medals.
  Pakistan - Independence Medal 1948
  Pakistan - G.S.M. 1 Bar Kashmir 1948
  Pakistan - Republic Medal 23rd March 1956
   M.M. - L/G 14-9-1944 - There is no citation published - the award is listed in the “London Omnibust”
  list for “Gallant and Distinguished Services in the Field” Mounted for display. (GVF)  £1085


831.  Group of Five
  Military Medal (M.M.) Geo. V1. Bandsman R.E. Taylor. Arg. & Suth. Highrs.
  1939-45 and Pacific Stars. Defence and War Medals.

 A scarce “Immediate” award for deeds performed in Malaya in December 1941

 The award was published in L/G of 23 Jan. 1942, and the citation for this very early S.W. Pacific theatre
  “Immediate” award was published in the Singapore based “Straits Times” on 31 Jan 1942. - “His great devotion
  to duty during bombing and machine-gun attacks was an example to all. At the height of activity he was exposed
  to great danger in carrying casualties to the ambulance”.

 The above deeds were performed at Salak village, Perak River, Malaya on 23 Dec 1941, on which day 2/Argylls
  were bombed and machine-gunned by Japanese aircraft reported to be flying as low as 300 ft, as well as bombarded
  by Japanese artillery.

   Recipient was captured with others of his regiment at the surrender of Singapore on 15 Feb 1942, and
  died as a P.O.W. on 15 Jan 1944 in Changi Jail, aged 42. He is attributed to have been a co-writer of the popular
  war song “Moon over Malaya” - a song whose title was used as the title of the book “Moon over Malaya - a tale of
Argylls and Marines” (extracts from which are included with the lot) (EF)  £5000 PHOTOS


832.  Group of Four
  Military Medal (M.M.) Geo. V1 Hvldr. Peo Gul. Punjab R.
  1939-45 and Pacific Stars. War Medal 1939-45.

   L/G 19-12-1946 - “On 12 Dec 1941 when 5/14 Punjab R. was fighting in Thailand, Hav. Peo Gul and his
  platoon were detailed for road block duty in the front line on the 15 km mark on the Krok-Opattini Road. The
  Japanese forces attacked this position at night in large numbers, but largely due to Hav. Peo Gul’s example and
  courage, were forced to withdraw. He continued to lead patrols throughout the night. This same N.C.O. also
  distinguished himself on the night of 3 Jan 1942 when his unit was in an ambush position South of Kampar.
  He was employed as Pl. Cdr. in forward area covering a road block. At 0200 hrs the enemy attacked in tanks
  followed by motorized infantry. Hav. Peo Gul held his fire till the enemy were compelled to halt due to the road  block,
  then opened up concentrated fire on the vehicles. He also co-ordinated the fire of an A/T Gun Sec., attached to the unit.
  This N.C.O’s conduct throughout the whole of a difficult campaign, when neither ordinary battle reliefs or
  sufficient weapons or air support were obtainable was first class. A fine leader in the field, & gallant in action”.
 
Recipient was taken P.O.W. and survived the ordeal. The original recommendation was for the Indian Order
  of Merit. Mounted for display. (NEF)  £3775 PHOTOS



834.  Group of Seven
  Military Medal (M.M.) Geo. V1. 2nd type. Cpl. (A/Sgt) T.A. Want R.M.
  1939-45, Atlantic (France & Germany), Africa (N. Africa 1942-43) and Italy Stars.  War Medal 1939-45
  N.G.S. 1 Bar Malaya. Geo. V1. T.A. Want A/Sgt. R.M.

M.M. - L/G 21-10-1952 - “Sgt. Want has been engaged on anti-bandit operations since June 1950.
Throughout this period he has commanded his sub-section with tireless energy, outstanding devotion to duty, and
with no other thoughts than to get to grips with the bandits.
On 1st June 1951 his sub-section had an unexpected encounter with a party of bandits. He immediately led his
section into action, killing one bandit and wounding several others with no casualties to his side.
On Christmas eve 1951, he led his sub-section to an enemy camp in very thick country in the Kampar Hills,
two bandits were contacted and both killed.
On 8th February 1952 when his sub-section came rather unexpectedly on a bandit camp, he quickly took
charge of the situation, so that three out of four bandits were killed.
In nearly two years of bandit fighting, Sgt. Want’s high sense of duty, his cheerfulness at all times, and his
complete disregard of his own personal safety, have been a magnificent example and inspiration, not only to
his sub-section, but also to the remainder of the troop”.

 Sold with full career details of recipient, and a copy of the “Globe and Laurel” (Jan-Feb 2012) containing
  recipient’s obituary and photograph (wearing medals)

   Only eleven Military Medals awarded to the Royal Marines for the Malayan Emergency 1948-1960.
  Mounted as worn.  (NEF)  £10750  PHOTOS



837.  Group of Ten
  Royal Victorian Medal (R.V.M.) Geo. V. Silver
  Queen Victoria Diamond Jubilee 1897 - Bronze.
  Edward V11 Coronation 1902 - Bronze
  Geo. V. Coronation 1911
  Royal Household Faithful Service Medal Geo. V. 1910-1930. A. Pryor.
  Portugal  - Don Carlos.1. Coronation 28-12-1889 - Bronze.
  Persia  - Medal of the Order of the Lion and Sun. Silver.
  France - Medal of Honour - Reverse embossed ‘1908’.
  Greece  - Cross of the Order of Military Merit - Peacetime issue.
  Life Saving Cross (silver) Reverse engraved “Life-saving C.L.SS.C. 1912 A.H. Pryor”. (NEF)  £1145  PHOTOS


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


839.  Group of Five
  British Empire Medal (B.E.M.) Geo. V1. C.Y.S. William D. Winzer.
  1939-45 and Atlantic Stars. Defence and War Medals.

B.E.M. - L/G 1-1-1941 - “Chief Yeoman William Douglas Winzer (pensioner), HMS “Edinburgh Castle”,
was one of the pioneer staff who arrived at Freetown in mid-September.
For months he and another Chief Yeoman  of Signals worked in the cable office from early morning
until late at night with only short times off for meals: coding, typing, distributing and assisting in very way
at the Shore Signal Station. During the absence of the Signal Boatswain (which coincided with the arrival
of the “Edinburgh Castle”) they managed the rapidly expanding Prince of Wales S.D.O. work very efficiently.
For eleven months Winzer and his partner showed incessant keenness and interest in all that they were called upon to do”.  (NEF)  £450


840.  Group of Five Family Group - Husband and Wife.

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

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

   Sold with original newspaper cutting including photograph reporting the award of the B.E.M. to
 Sgt. Rudder, and head and shoulders postcard sized photograph of Pte. C.A. Rudder. (NEF)  £595



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

 
842.  Group of Four
  British Empire Medal (B.E.M.) Geo. V1 - Civil. Frederick C. Hunt.
  1914 Star and Bar Trio. Tpr. F.C. Hunt 1/Life Guards.
   B.E.M. - L/G 1-1-1951 - “Frederick Charles Hunt. Office Keeper, Grade 11, Paymaster General’s Office.
  (Chertsey, Surrey)  W.W.1. Medals mounted as worn. (NEF)  £645


843.  Group of Five
  British Empire Medal (B.E.M.) Geo. V1. Civil. George Stevenson.
  1939-45, Atlantic, and Africa Stars. War Medal 1939-45.
 B.E.M. - L/G 9-1-1946 - “George Stevenson. Chief Steward. M.V. ‘Rugeley’. (Stephens Sutton & Company)
 B.E.M. in box of issue. (NEF)  £425



845.  Group of Five
  British Empire Medal (B.E.M.) Eliz. 11. Harold Norman Milford.
  1939-45 and France and Germany Stars.  Defence and War Medals.
 B.E.M. - L/G 7-6-1974 - For services rendered when the Esplanade Hotel, Oban, was destroyed by fire on 24th July 1973. Recipient was the driver of a coach party from the West Country staying at the hotel.
   “Mr. Harold Milford, driver/courier, Greenslades tours, Exeter, kept cool amid all the chaos of the fire that destroyed the Esplanade Hotel, Oban. Ten of the party died in the fire and several were injured, and Mr. Milford’s main concern was for the well-being of the survivors. Mr. Milford, who had driven the party on their touring holiday of Scotland, devoted his whole attention to others. His devotion to this task far exceeded his normal duties and earned the highest praise from everyone concerned.”

Sold with letter from Prime Minister’s office informing recipient of the award, letter of congratulations from Buckingham Palace, details of arrangements for the award, extracts from newspapers reporting the fire, and various photographs etc.. Also included is the Newton Abbot welcome home committee’s ‘parchment’ for services in the 1939-45 war, named to H. Milford. B.E.M. in case and box of issue. (EF)  £750


846.  Group of Eight
  British Empire Medal (B.E.M.) Eliz. 11. A/W).1. Spencer E.G. Bartlett. R.A.S.C.
  1939-45, Africa (8th Army) and France and Germany Stars. Defence and War Medals.
  G.S.M. 1 Bar Cyprus. S/Sgt. S.E. G. Bartlett. R.A.S.C.
  L.S.G.C. Eliz. 11 2nd type. “Regular Army” S/Sgt. S.E.G. Bartlett. R.A.S.C.

 B.E.M. L/G June 1961 - “From Feb 1957 to March 1960 S/Sgt. Bartlett was in command of 99 Field Bakery at Episkopi (Cyprus) This bakery was equipped and staffed to meet the needs of 5500 troops, but during this period of the Cyprus Emergency the bakery was supplying an inflated figure of some 10,000 to 12,000 personnel of the army and R.A.F. Throughout this time, despite the problems of continual heavy overloading, the bakery maintained an excellent and unfailing service, and this was due entirely to the great energy, drive and technical ability of S/Sgt. Bartlett.

   In April 1960. He was promoted A/W.O. and posted to command the static bakery at Dhekelia, where he has continued to apply his wholehearted enthusiasm and skill. The result has been that, by reorganisation and adjustment, the civilian overtime expenditure has been considerably reduced, and, at the same time, efficiency has been increased in regard to quality of the product.

   In addition to his duties as a master baker at Dhekelia, he has carried out several inspection and supervisory  visits to other army bakeries within the command - this task being quite outside his normal responsibilities.
  Throughout this period of four years, S/Sgt. Bartlett has shown himself to be an outstanding example of a high grade senior rank craftsman who, by applying himself unsparingly to his responsibilities, has produced excellent results and has given very valuable service to a considerable part of the army and R.A.F. in Cyprus. His diligence,  skill, loyalty and devotion to duty set an example to all ranks”

   A well deserved award for the Cyprus Emergency. Mounted as worn.  (NEF)  £585 PHOTOS


847.  Group of Three
  British Empire Medal (B.E.M.) Eliz. 11. F/Sgt. Gilbert Colledge. R.A.F.
  G.S.M. 1 Bar Malaya - Geo. V1. Sgt. G. Colledge R.A.F.
  R.A.F. LSGC Eliz. 11 2nd type. F/Sgt. G. Colledge R.A.F. (NEF)  £385


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


849.  Group of Five
  Order of St. John - Officer
  B.W.M. and Victory. Lieut. W.F. Hervey
  Defence and War Medals.
 Born 21-3-1898. I.A. Cadet Coll. Quetta 1915. 2/Lieut. 10 Gurkha Rifles 1916. Lieut. 8th G.R. 1918.
  Between the wars employed as District Traffic Supt. G.I.P. Railway, Jabalpore and Jhansi, India. Served
  W.W.2. Indian Engineer - A/Major 30-1-1942 to 21-4-1944. (NEF)  £270


850.  Group of Three
  Order of St. John - Officer Breast Badge - plain silver.
  C.S.M. 1 Bar South Arabia. S.A.C. B.C. Davies. R.A.F.
  Ambulance Service (Emergency Duties) Exemplary Service. Barry Davies.  Mounted as worn.  (EF)  £395


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


852.  Group of Three
B.W.M. and Victory. Rev. C.G. Cavalier.
Order of the Crown of Roumania - Chevalier.
L/G 20-9-1919 - “The Revd. C.G. Cavalier. Temporary Chaplain to the Forces, 4th class. Royal Army Chaplains “Dept”.

Recipient was ordained Deacon in 1909 and Priest 1910, serving in Southwark. He was Curate of St. Matthews,
Redhill 1909-1913 and Asst. Master, St. John’s School Leatherhead 1913-1915. T.C.F. 1916-1919 and Curate of 
All SS Fulham 1919-1922. Vicar of St. Simon Zelotes Bethnal Green 1922-1927, and Rector of Brampton Ash  with Dingley 1927-1947/ Mounted as worn. (NEF)  £1150 PHOTOS


853.  Group of Five
  1914-15 Trio. Commander R.H. Hilliard. R.N.
  Coronation Medal 1911
  Chile - Order of Merit 3rd class.
 Sold with copy of record of service which confirms Chilean award, and commends good service in handling
  boat under fire when boarding a dhow in the Red Sea on 17-8-1915.  Mounted as worn. (NEF)  £855 PHOTOS


854.  Group of Four
  1914-15 Trio. Pte. A. Claxton. R. Lanc. R.
  France - Croix De Guerre 1914-1917 - L/G 14-7-1917
 Recipient was discharged because of gun shot wounds to the face, resulting in loss of sight.  (NEF)  £385  PHOTOS


855.  Group of Three
  B.W.M. & Victory. Dvr. T.A. Rennie R.A.
  Belgium - Croix De Guerre. L/G 2-9-1919 - “Signaller T.A. Rennie. 2/2nd (East Lancs) Bde. R.F.A. T.F. (GVF)  £300


858.  Group of Four
  1914-15 Trio. Cpl. H.G. Ayers. R.A.M.C.
  France - Croix De Guerre 1914-1918. (NEF)  £375
 

859.  Group of Five
  1914-15 Trio. Pte. D.. Hamilton. A.S.C.
  Serbia - Gold Medal for Zealous Service (L/G 7-6-1919) Serbia - Obilitch Medal - Silver.
 Recipient resided in Cupar, Fife.  (NEF)  £485


860.  Group of Three
  B.W.M. and Victory. Cpl. P.J.E. Ford. Army Cyclist Corps.
  Belgium - Croix De Guerre
   L/G 2-9-1919 - “15th Corps, Cyclist Battalion, Army Cyclist Corps..” Resided in Cricklewood. (NEF)  £425


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



863.  Group of Four
  1914 Star Trio. Tpr. A.E. Cave. R.H. Gds. (Royal Horse Guards)
  Roumania - Medaille Barbatie Si Credinta. 3rd class (Medal for Bravery & Loyalty) 
   Recipient transferred to the Guards Machine Gun Regt. during W.W.!. and was awarded the Roumanian
  Decoration whilst serving with this unit (L/G 20-9-1919) He transferred back to the R.H. Gds on 5-3-1919.
   Sold with copy papers which show entitlement to clasp to 1914 Star. Mounted as worn.  (NEF)  £1500  PHOTOS


864.  Group of Four
  B.W.M. and Victory. Bmbr. H.A.H. Trimnell. R.A.
  Defence Medal. 
  France - Croix De Guerre 1914-1918.
 Sold with copy M.I.C. which confirms no entitlement to Star. Croix De Guerre - L/G 19-6-1919 - Bmbr. H.A.H.
  Trimnell. D/38th Bde., R.F.A. (East Sheen). Mounted as worn (NEF)  £385



866.  Group of Two
  M.G.S. Medal  5 Bars Vimiera/Talavera/Busaco/Badajoz/Salamanca. J. Reed. 40th Foot
  Waterloo Medal 1815. Joseph Reed. H.M. 40th Foot (Renamed)

   Mullen’s Roll spells the surname as “Read”, but the copy papers, which accompany the medals have the correct
  spelling of “Reed”.
   Recipient served from 24-8-1807 to 29-8-1826, and served through the whole of the Peninsular, North America,
  and at Waterloo, and was discharged suffering chronic rheumatism and general debility.  (VF/EF)  £2185 PHOTOS



868.  Group of Two
  Baltic Medal - Un-named as issued.
  R.N. LSGC - Victoria - wide suspender. J. Wilsher. Cr. Sergt. 9th Coy. R.M.A. 21 yrs. (Awarded Jan. 1864)
 Sold with a gold locket 33 mm x 40 mm, with glass to front and back. The front contains a photograph of
  recipient (head and shoulders) in uniform wearing his medal ribbons, and the reverse contains a lock of hair. (NEF)  £1500 PHOTOS



870.  Group of Four  -  Family Group - Brothers

Brother 1 -
Crimea medal.  1 Bar Sebastopol.  Lieut. W. Haslett.  13th or P.A. Lt. Infy.  (Engraved)
Indian Mutiny medal.  No Bar.  Lieut. W. Haslett.  1st Bn. 13th Lt. Infy.
Lieutenant. William Haslett died on 6th August 1860, aged 24 years in South Africa.
Copy photo of gravestone and location included. Reported in the Morning Post of 30 Oct 1860 Page 8, having died at King William’s Town, South Africa.

Brother 2 -
I.G.S. 1854 medal.  1 Bar Jowaki 1877-8.  Lieut. P. Haslett.  Royal Engrs.
Afghanistan 1878-80 medal.  1 Bar Ahmed Khel.  Lieut. P. Haslett  R.E.
Lieut. P. Haslett was M.I.D. by Lt-General Sir D.M. Stewart, commanding the Ghazni Field Force, for his actions at Ahmed Khel  on 19-4-1880 whilst commanding No. 10 Coy, Sappers and Miners, as per L/G 30-7-1880.
Lieut. Pechell Haslett made the rank of Colonel before retiring. Became Justice of the Peace in Co. Donegal, Ireland. Died 1921.

Eldest and youngest sons of  William Haslett and Catherine Irvine, from Moville, County Donegal and Londonderry, County Londonderry.
Sold with copy service paper for Lieut. Pechell Haslett.  (GVF) £2300  PHOTOS


871.  Group of Two
  I.G.S. 1854 1 Bar Pegu. Lieut John P. Maud. 5th Regt. M.N.I.
  Indian Mutiny. No Bar. Capt. J.P. Maud. 1st Madras N.I.

   Commissioned Ensign, H.E.I.C. Army 26-12-1845. Posted to 5th Madras Native Infy 15-6-1846. Lieut. 16-2-1850.
  Captain 15-9-1857. Major, upon retirement 30-3-1859. After his military service he entered the church and was
  Vicar of Ancaster, Lincolnshire for 33 years, resigning his living in 1894, taking up residence in Ryde with his
  wife and ten children. He died on April 18th 1899.  (NEF)  £1250


872.  Group of Two
  Indian Mutiny. 1 Bar Central India. Bomr. Saml. Murphy. 1st C. 2nd Bn. Bombay Arty.
  Abyssinia. Sgt. S. Murphy. Royal Arty. (VF)  £950  PHOTOS


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


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


875.  Group of Three
  I.G.S. 1854. 1 Bar Samana 1891. Sepoy Habib. 1st Punjab Infy.
  I.G.S. 1895. 1 Bar Punjab Fr. Sepoy Habib. 1st Pjb. Infy.
  L.S.G.C. Edw. V11. - Indian issue. Sepoy Habib. 55th Cokes Rifles.  £635  PHOTOS


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


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


878.  Group of Three
  I.G.S. 1854. 1 Bar Burma 1889-92. Pte. A. Seacole. 2nd Bn. Oxford Lt. Infy.
  Q.S.A. 2 Bars CC/OFS/TVL. Cpl. A. Seacole. Oxford Lt. Infy.
  K.S.A. usual two Bars. Cpl. A. Seacole. Oxford L.I.
   Sold with copy papers which show service from 15-4-1889 to 16-6-1902. Resided in Hailey, Nr. Witney,
  Oxfordshire.  (NEF)  £775  PHOTOS



880.  Group of Two
  Afghanistan 1878-80. No Bar. L/Cpl. J.A. Thomas. 6th Dgn. Gds.
  L.S.G.C. Victoria. Sgt. Instructor J. Thomas. Surma Valley Lt. Horse.  Mounted as worn. (VF)  £550


881.  Group of Four
  Afghanistan 1878-80. 2 Bars Peiwar Kotal/Charasia. Pte. F. Arthur 72nd Highlanders.
  Egypt 1882. 1 Bar Tel-El-Kebir. Cpl. F. Arthur. 1/Sea Highlanders.
  L.S.G.C. Victoria. F.W. Arthur. Sea Highrs.
  Khedives Star 1882. Pte. F. Arthur. 1/Sea Highrs.
 Medals worn on suspender engraved “No 156 Col. Sgt. F.W. Arthur. 1st Seaforth Highlanders.  (NVF)  £1395 PHOTOS



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


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



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

888.  Group of Two
  Egypt 1882. No Bar. J. Armstrong. Asst. Engr. R.N. HMS Malabar.
  Khedives Star 1882.
 Sold with a large number of original documents and letters, including commissioning parchments covering each
  of the following ranks - Asst. Engineer, Engineer, Chief Engineer, Staff Engineer, and Fleet Engineer. Captain’s
  report covering all the ships on which he served (35 in total), and also qualification and passing certificates etc.. etc..
  A most complete and interesting record of this officers service. Mounted as worn.  (NEF)  £535  PHOTOS

1367.  Egypt 1882. No Bar. Pte. John Gillanders. 32nd Coy R.M.L.I. - renamed.
Sold with Khedives Star 1882 named as above. Egypt Medal pitted - (NVF) Star (GVF)  £150 PHOTOS



889.  Group of Two
  Egypt 1882. 1 Bar Tel-El-Kebir. Lieut. P.A.D.A. Lovell. 2/Coldstream Gds.
  Khedives Star - 1882. Born 1857. Died 1909. Minor pitting. (GVF)  £545 PHOTOS

890.  Group of Nine  Family Group - Father and Two Sons.
 
Father.
 I.G.S. 2 Bars Pjb. Fr/Tirah. Armour Sgt. A.V. Hockaday. Ordce. Dept.
 Q.S.A. 3 Bars CC/OFS/TVL. Armr. Sgt. A.V. Hockaday. A.O.C.
 K.S.A. Usual Two Bars. Armr-Sgt. A.V. Hockaday. A.O.C.

  Son
1914-15 Trio. 11432. Pte. A. Hockaday. R. Berks R. D.O.W., aged 22, with 1st Bn on 2-5-1916, and
buried in Aubigny Communal Cemetery Extension.

Son  1914-15 Trio. 11433. Pte. W.C. Hockaday. R. Berks R. K.I.A., aged 18, with 1st Bn on 16-4-1915
and buried in Vielle-Chapelle New Military Cemetery, La Couture.

The family resided in Bearwood, Birmingham. Sons have consecutive numbers. (NEF)  £965


891.  Group of Two
  I.G.S. 1895. 1 Bar Relief of Chitral. Cpl. J. Mash. 1st Bn. E. Lanc. R.
  Q.S.A. 3 Bars CC/OFS/Johan. Cpl. J. Mash. E. Lanc. Regt.  (GVF)  £335


892.  Group of Two
  I.G.S. 1895 2 Bars Pjb. Fr/Tirah. Pte. W.R. King. 1st Bn. Devon Regt.
  Q.S.A. 1 Bar Natal. Pte. R.W. King. Devon Regt.  (NEF)  £415



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


895.  Group of Two
  Queens Sudan. Sepoy Ganda Singh. 35 Sikh B.I.
  Khedives Sudan. No Bar. Sepoy Ganda Singh. 35th Bl. Infy. (GVF)  £475


896.  Group of Two
  Queens Sudan. Pte. J. Bellion. 1/R. Warwick R.
  Khedives Sudan. 1 Bar Khartoum. Un-named as issued. Sold with copy papers & copies of medal rolls.  (NEF)  £585


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


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


899.  Group of Three
  Q.S.A. 2 Bars CC/OFS. R.Q.M. Sgt. J. Henry. 7/D. Gds.
  L.S.G.C. Victoria. Q.M. Sgt. J. Henry. 7/Dgn. Gds.
  Meritorious Service Medal (M.S.M.) Geo. V. Coinage Head. Q.M. Sgt. J. Henry. 7-Dn. Gds.  (EF)  £725 PHOTOS



901.  Group of Two
  Q.S.A. 2 Bars Natal/OFS. 2nd Cl. Sgt. H.H. Renton. Natal Police. (Second Bar loose)
  Natal - Bar ‘1906’. Lieut. H.H. Renton. Royston’s Horse.
   Q.S.A. and Bars verified on roll, which lists unit as “Major General Elliot’s Divisional Intelligence Corps”.
   Mounted as worn.  (NEF)  £465


902.  Group of Four
  Q.S.A. 3 Bars CC/OFS/TVL. 3970 Pte. W.J. Renno. 6/Dgns.
  K.S.A. Usual Two Bars. 3976 Sgt. G.W. Renno. Innis Dgns.
  B.W.M. 3976 W.O. Cl. 11. W.G. Renno. 6-Dgns.
  L.S.G.C. Geo. V. 1st type S/Sgt. Instr. G.W. Renno. 39th Chota Nagpur Regt. I.D.F.

 Sold with 3 medallions - 1. Silver 1½”” diameter - Rifle Club monthly medal, Inniskilling. Reverse embossed
  “Won by No. 3976 Sergeant G. Renno. August 1907”. 2. Silver. 1½” diameter. Obverse embossed “B” Squadron
  Inniskilling Dragoons. Abbassia 1908”. Reverse engraved “Inter-Squadron Team Shooting. Sgt. G.W. Renno.
  Score 47. 3. Bronze 1” diameter - Reverse engraved “Sergt. G.W. Renno 1910” (GVF)  £675 PHOTOS

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


904.  Group of Two
  Q.S.A. 4 Bars CC/OFS/SA’01/SA’02. L/Cpl. W.S. Hatcher. Worcester R.
  Army LSGC Geo. V. 1st type. Sgt. Tlr. W.S. Hatcher. K.R.R.C. (Sgt. Tailor) Mounted for display.  (NEF)  £300


905.  Group of Five
  Q.S.A. 3 Bars CC/OFS/TVL. Pte. H. Haylock. Bedford Regt.
  K.S.A. Usual Two Bars. Pte. H. Haylock. Bedford Regt.
  1914 Star and Bar Trio. Pte. H. Halock. 2-Essex R.
   Recipient was K.I.A. on 22-11-1914, and is commemorated on the Ploegsteert Memorial.  (VF/NEF)  £720


906.  Group of Two
  Q.S.A. 5 Bars CC/Tug. Hts/OFS/Rel. of L’Smith/TVL.Pte. C. Stevens. Somerset Lt. Infy.
  K.S.A. Usual Two Bars. Pte. C. Stevens. Somerset L.I. (GVF)  £275


907.  Group of Five
  Q.S.A. 3 Bars CC/OFS/Johan. Dvr. T.J. Beckett. 74th Bty. R.F.A.
  K.S.A. Usual Two Bars. Dvr. T.J. Beckett R.F.A.
  1914 Star and Bar Trio. Pte. T.J. Beckett. 9-London R.
 The medals have been carefully lacquered and mounted for display.  (NEF)  £465 PHOTOS


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


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


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

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


912.  Group of Two
  Q.S.A. 3 Bars CC/TVL/Witt. Cpl. G. Lewis. Scots Gds. K.S.A. Usual Two Bars. Sgt. G. Lewis. Scots Guards.
   Sold with bronze medallion, 1¾” diameter. Obverse regimental badge. Reverse - “Brigade of Guards Athletic 
  Meeting, Burton’s Court. July 18th 1903. 3rd Prize. Quarter Mile”. In fitted case by Mapin Brothers London.
  Mounted as worn.  (VF)  £265


913.  Group of Three
  Q.S.A. 4 Bars CC/Rhodesia/OFS/TVL. Sgt H. Thompson. 75th Coy 18th Imp. Yeo. (Sharpshooters)
  K.S.A. Usual Two Bars. C. Sgt-Maj. H. Thompson Imp. Yeo.
  Coronation 1911 - Metropolitan Police. P.C. H. Thompson (NEF)  £650


914.  Group of Two
  Q.S.A. 5 Bars Tugela Hts/OFS/Relief of L’Smith/L.Nek. Sgt. J. Ives. Rl. W. Surrey Regt. K.S.A. Usual Two Bars Sgt. J. Ives. The Queens. 
   The recipient was wounded at Ladysmith on 23-2-1900. Ghost dates. (VF)  £365


915.  Group of Three
  Q.S.A. 3 Bars CC/OFS/TVL. Pte. H. Pearce. 4th Coy Imp. Yeo.
  B.W.M. and Victory. Sgt. H. Pearce. Rifle Bde. (Regimental No. 42)
 Sold with copy papers for Q.S.A. and M.I.C. which shows no entitlement to Star.  (NEF)  £310


916.  Group of Four
  Q.S.A. 2 Bars CC/SA’02 Cpl. A. Martin. Coldstream Gds. 1914 Star Trio. Pte. A. Martin. Coldm. Gds (L/Cpl on Star)
   Sold with S.W.B. which is verified - Discharged, aged 38, on 1-7-1917, suffering from cataracts. (GVF)  £385


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

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

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


920.  Group of Three
  Q.S.A. 3 Bars Cape Colony/SA’01/SA’02. Pte. H.E. Major. Cape M.R. (last two bars loose).
  B.W.M. & Victory (Bi-Lingual). Capt. H.E. Major. 

 Sold with bronze Life Saving Society Medal, named to H.E. Major, & original Cape Mounted Riflemen Discharge Certificate which verifies Q.S.A. with 3 clasps. (NEF)  £295


921.  Group of Four
  China 1900 No Bar. R. Hawton. CH. E.R.A.2.Cl. HMS Snipe. (Only 20 ‘China’ medals to HMS Snipe)
  1914-15 Trio. Eng. Lt. R. Hawton R.N. (Ch. Art. Eng. on Star) (NEF)  £1095


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


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


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


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


926.  Group of Two
  I.G.S. 1 Bar NWF 1908. Dvr. Abdulla. 6th Mule Corps.
  B.W.M. Dvr. Abdullah. 6 Mule Corps. (NVF)  £115


927.  Group of Four
  I.G.S. 1 Bar NWF 1908. Pte. R. Smart. 1st Bn. Seaforth Highrs.
  1914 Star & Bar. Pte. R. Smart. 1/Sea. Highrs. (copy bar)
  B.W.M. and Victory. Sgt. R. Smart. Seaforth. (GVF)  £360


928.  Group of Three
  I.G.S. 1 Bar NWF 1908 Sepoy Kundan Singh. 21st Punjabis. B.W.M. & Victory L-Nk. Kundan. 21-Punjabis (VF)  £250



930.  Group of Ten
  1914-15 Trio. C.W. Sylvester Y.S. R.N.
  1939-45, Atlantic, Africa, Pacific, and Italy Stars.  War Medal 1939-45.
  R.N. Meritorious Service Medal. Geo. V. Admirals Bust. C.W. Sylvester. Yeo. Sigs. “Vanity” Baltic 1919

   M.S.M. - L/G 8-3-1920 - “Honours for Services in the Baltic”. HMS Vanity was a “V” class destroyer.

   Recipient rejoined R.N. for W.W.2 service on 26-5-1940 and served on hospital ship HMS Oxfordshire.
  W.W.2 medals privately named C.W. Sylvester. C.Y.S. R.N.  Mounted for display.  (NEF)  £950 PHOTOS



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

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


933.  Group of Six
  1914-15 Star and B.W.M. Capt. M. Purvis. I.M.S.
  Victory. Lt. Col. Purvis (M.I.D.)
  G.S.M. 1 Bar Kurdistan Capt. M. Purvis.
  B.W.M. & Victory. Mounted as worn. (GVF)  £550


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



937.  Group of Four
  1914-15 Trio. A/S/Sgt. G.F. Durward. A.O.C. (Cpl. on Star)
  L.S.G.C. Geo. V. 1st type. S/Sgt. G.F. Durwood. R.A.O.C.  Mounted as worn. (NEF)  £135


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


939.  Group of Four
  1914-15 Trio. Pte. .J.J. Goulding. R.M.L.I.
  R.N. LSGC. Edw. V11. J.J. Goulding. Pte. R.M.L.I.
 Sold with copy papers which show service aboard Royal Yacht “Victoria and Albert” from 27 Jan. 1906 to 8 Feb. 1910. (NEF)  £195


940.  Group of Six
  1914-15 Trio. Pte. H.J. Caseley R.M.L.I. Defence and War Meals.
  R.N. LS. Geo. V. 1st type. H.J. Caseley. Mne. R.N.  Sold with copy papers.  (GVF)  £195


941.  Group of Two
  B.W.M. and Mercantile Marine War Medal. James H. Grant. Mounted for display. (EF)  £60


942.  Group of Three
  B.W.M. and Victory. G.A. Hill. Act. C.E.R.A.2. R.N.
  R.N. LSGC Geo. V. 1st type. G.A. Hill C.E.R.A.2. HMS Pembroke. (GVF  £110


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


944.  Group of Seven
  B.W.M. and Victory. Spr. W.J. Harpum. R.E. 1939-45 Star. Defence and War Medals.
  Imperial Service Medal. Geo. V1. 2nd type. Walter Jesse Harpum.
  Efficiency Medal “Militia” Geo. V1. 1st type. S/Sgt. W.J. Harpum R.A.P.C.
   I.S.M. - L/G 30-7-1952 - “Postal and Telegraph Officer, Rochester and Chatham”.  (NEF)  £245


945.  Group of Three
  B.W.M. and Victory. Lieut. J.W.G. Governton G.S.M. 1 Bar Iraq. Lieut. J.W.G. Governton. (NEF)  £245


946.  Group of Four
  1914-15 Trio. E.C. Steadman. S.P.O. R.N. (L/Sto. on Star)
  R.N. LSGC Geo. V. 1st type. E.C. Steadman S.P.O. HMS Marlborough. Mounted as worn. (VF)  £145


947.  Group of Two
  B.W.M. Pte. A.S. Benfold. Bombay Bn. I.D.F.
  Volunteer Force Long Service. Geo. V. C.S.M. A.S. Benfold. Bombay Bn. A.F.I.  Mounted as worn. (GVF)  £135


948.  Group of Six
  B.W.M. and Victory (M.I.D.) Spr. A.R. Martin R.E.  Defence and War Medals.
  Meritorious Service Medal (M.S.M.) Geo. V1 2nd type. W.O. Cl. 2. A.R. Martin R.E.
  L.S.G.C. Geo. V. 2nd type “Regular Army” Sgt. A.R. Martin R.E. M.I.D. - L/G 7-7-1919.  (NEF)  £365 PHOTOS

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


950.  Group of Five
  1914 Star (rosette on ribbon) Pte. H. Hastings. R.M. Brigade.
  B.W.M. and Victory. Pte. H. Hastings. R.M.L.I.
  R.F.R. LSGC Geo. V. 1st type. H. Hastings. Pte. R.F.R.
  Special Constabulary Faithful Service. Eliz. 11 2nd type. Henry H.V. Hastings. (NEF)  £385


951.  Group of Four
  1914 Star and Bar Trio. Sgt.. J. Stone. Devon R. (L/Cpl. 1/Devon on Star) “Slide on” type bar.
  L.S.G.C. Geo. V. 1st type Sgt. J. Stone. Devon R.
 Sold with handsome half-hunter ‘gold’ watch. Inside case engraved “Presented to Sgt. J. Stone by the
  Members, Sgts Mess, The Devonshire Regt. June 1926”. (Not in working order) Mounted as worn. (NEF)  £525


952.  Group of Six
  1914-15 Trio. S. Knight. A.B. R.N. (Ord. on Star)
  R.F.R. LSGC Geo. V. 1st type. S. Knight. A.B. R.F.R.
  Imperial Service Medal. Eliz. 11. 2nd type.

 Sold with R.N. copy papers and letter confirming the award of the I.S.M. Recipient was a popular postman
  in the Hall Green district of Birmingham, and also included are several newspaper cuttings and photographs referring  to his retirement,
  and some original photos from his naval days. I.S.M. in Royal Mint case of issue. (GVF/EF)  £275 PHOTOS


953.  Group of Two
  B.W.M. and Mercantile Marine War Medal. John Linaker. (NEF)  £60



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


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


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


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

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


961.  Group of Four
  1914-15 Trio. J. Hoidge. Ch. Sto. R.N. (S.P.O. R.N. on Star)
  R.N. LSGC Geo. V. 1st type. James Hoidge. Sto. P.O. HMS Vivid.  (NEF)  £145


962.  Group of Five
  B.W.M. and Victory. S/Sgt. W.H. Donald. R.A.
  I.G.S. 1 Bar Waziristan 1921-24. S/Sgt. W.H. Donald M.E.S. 
  Silver Jubilee 1935 (Verified)
  L.S.G.C. Geo. V. 1st type S/Sgt. W.H. Donald M.E.S.
  Enlisted 20-12-1935 in R.F.A. Appointed to I.U.L. 8-4-1914. Sub. Condr. 13-1-1925. Conductor 8-4-1928.
  Commissioned 22-12-1935. Retired as Lieu (Asst. Comsy) on 20-9-1936. Sold with copy papers
 Mounted as worn.  (NEF)  £275


963.  Group of Two
  B.W.M. Gnr. W.A. Law R.A.
  I.G.S. 1 Bar Afghan NWF 1919. Gnr. W.A. Law. 6-Mtn. Bty. (NEF)  £120


964.  Group of Four
  1914-15 Trio. F.W.C. Carter. Mech. R.N.
  R.N. LSGC Geo. V. 1st type. F.W.C. Carter. Mech. HMS Donegal.
 Sold with original certificate of service, trade ability certificates and three contemporary photographs.
  The two silver medals polished. (VF)  £155


965.  Group of Four
  1914-15 Trio. Pte. R. Phillips. R. Innis Fus.
  Special Constabulary Faithful Service. “Ulster” reverse, with extra “Long Service” Bar Eliz. 11. Sgt. Richard Phillips.  (NEF)  £530


966.  Group of Three
  B.W.M. Lieut. M.F. Oldfield. Geo. V.
  Indian Volunteer Forces Officers Decoration. Geo. V. Major M.H. Oldfield. 1/B.N.R. Regt. A.F.I.
  Volunteer Force Long Service Geo. V. Lieut M.H. Oldfield. 1/36 B.N. Rly. Bn. I.D.F. (Bengal & Nagpur Rly)
   Occupation - Inspector of Locomotives, Nagpur.  (NEF)  £425


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


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


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



971.  Group of Two
  B.W.M. Q.M. & Lieut. G.S. Dilley.
  L.S.G.C. Geo. V. 1st type. C/Sgt. G.S. Dilley. R. Fus. Appointed Quarter-Master 7th Bn. - 4-11-1917.  (NEF)  £160


972.  Group of Two
  B.W.M. Pte. J.C. Rodger. Gordons
  I.G.S. 1 Bar Afghan N.W.F. 1919. Pte. J.C. Rodgers. Gordons. (NEF)  £265


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


974.  Group of Four
  1914-15 Trio. Pte. E. Grant. R.M.L.I. (B.W.M. erased)
  R.N. LSG Geo. V. 1st type. Edward Grant. Private. R.M.L.I.

 Sold with Coronation Medal 1911 in gilt bronze, 35 mm diameter with ship on reverse and anchor shaped  suspender.
Believed to be designed by A. Toft for the Birmingham Mint. Copy papers record recipient as dying in R.N. hospital, Great Yarmouth, on 20-9-1919, aged 35.  (GVF)  £180



976.  Group of Three
  B.W.M. and Victory. A/Sgt. R.G. Lean. Northampton R.  Meritorious Service Medal (M.S.M.) Geo. V. A/Sgt.
  Instructor Lean A.G. Staff (Army Gymnastic Staff)

  M.S.M. - L/G 17-6-1918 “In recognition of valuable services rendered with the forces in France”. (NEF)  £375


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


978.  Group of Four
  1914 Star. Dvr/Whlr. P. Price A.S.C. B.W.M. and Victory. A/S. Sgt. P. Price A.S.C.
  L.S.G.C. Geo. V/ 1st type Whlr/Dvr. P. Price R.A.S.C. (GVF)  £185



980.  Group of Three
  B.W.M. and Victory. Capt. H.H. Bamford.
  Territorial Decoration. Geo. V. Top Bar “Canada”. Major (P.M.R. H.H. Bamford. In case of issue. (NEF)  £465


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


982.  Group of Five
  B.W.M. and Victory. Lieut. R.N.W. Jeff R.A.F.
  1939-45 and Africa Stars. War Medal. Africa Service Medal. - All named R.N.W. Jeff.
   Recipient enlisted into the 28th London Regt. (Artists Rifles) on 27-5-1916, and was discharged to commission
  as 2/Lieut Royal Flying Corps on 3-4-1917 and trained as an Observer and was posted to 48 Sqn. After completion
  of training. Whilst taking part in a photography mission on 11-8-1917, his aircraft (Bristol Fighter) was hit by A.A.
  fire and the petrol tank bottom was blown out and was forced to land and Lt. Jeff was taken prisoner. He was
  repatriated in December 1918.  Sold with copy papers referring to W.W.1. - W.W.2. Service un-researched . Mounted as worn.  (NEF)  £850


983.  Group of Four
  1914-15 Trio. H. Barry. A.B. R.N.
  R.N. LSGC. Geo. V. 1st type. H. Barry. P.O. HMS Pembroke.

Sold with copy papers . Mounted for display. Somewhat polished (NVF)  £145


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


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

986.  Group of Four
  1914 Star. J. Weir. B.R.C.S.  B.W.M. and Victory. J. Weir. Ch. Wr. M.F.A.
  Special Constabulary Faithful Service. Geo. V1. 1st type. John Weir.  (NEF)  £260



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


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


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


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


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


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



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


996.  Group of Three
  B.W.M. & Victory. A. Sgt. J. Young. Highland Cyclist Bn.  
  A.G.S. 1 Bar Somaliland 1920. W.O. Cl. 11. J. Young. High. Cyc. Bn.
 The word “Bn.” has been removed from the A.G.S., - probably by the recipient as he was the only man from  his unit biking around Somaliland at that time!!! Mounted as worn. (GVF)  £1325 PHOTOS


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



999.  Group of Three
  I.G.S. 1 Bar Afghan NWF 1919. T-Sgt. J.N. Ross. S.T.C. Coronation Medal 1937.
  Efficiency Medal “India” Geo. V. Cpl. J.N. Ross. Punjab Rifles. A.F.I.  (NEF)  £195


1000.  Group of Four
  I.G.S. 1 Bar NWF 1930-31. Sigmn. Sadar Ud Din. I.S.C.
  1939-45 and Pacific Stars.  War Medal 1939-45.
   Recipient was K.I.A., aged 35, whilst serving with the Indian Signals Corps in Malaya on 28-1-1942 and is
  commemorated on the Singapore (unmaintable graves) Memorial, Singapore. (VF)  £220



1002.  Group of Two
  I.G.S. 1 Bar Burma 1930-32. L/Nk. Bahadur Shah. S.W. Scouts.
  I.G.S. 1 Bar NWF 1936-37. Nk. Bahadur Shah. S.W. Scouts.  (GVF)  £125
 

1003.  Group of Six
  I.G.S. 1 Bar NWF 1930-31. L.A.C. A. Donaldson. R.A.F.
  1939-45 and Africa Stars. Defence and War Medals.
  R.A.F. LSGC Geo. V1. 1st type Sgt. A. Donaldson R.A.F.

   A note that came with the medals states that recipient at one time was attached to the F.A.A. and was on the
  “Ark Royal” when it was torpedoed off Gibraltar. He returned to the R.A.F. to 54 Sqn and was posted with the
  Squadron to Australia. Apparently there are photos of 54 Sqn. (including Donaldson) on the Australian War
  Memorial website. Sold with forwarding box for W.W.2. Medals.  (NEF)  £350


1004.  Group of Four
  I.G.S. 1 Bar Burma 1930-32, Cpl. A.E. Weeks. Ox. & Bucks L.I.
  1939-45 Star.  Defence and War Medals. Mounted as worn. (NEF)  £225


1005.  Group of Three
  I.G.S. 1 Bar NWF 1935. Pte. T. Gillespie. H.L.I.
  G.S.M. 1 Bar Palestine. Pte. T. Gillespie H.L.I.  War Medal 1939-45
  Bronze Regimental Sports Medal - 1¾” diameter - Allan Cup October 1932 - Cross Country Running. First
  three mounted as worn. (NEF)  £265


1006.  Group of Four
  I.G.S. 1 Bar NWF 1935. Pte. W. Stewart H.L.I.
  1939-45 and F. & G. Stars.  War Medal.
 Handwritten note with medals states - Enlisted 20-11-28. To Reserve 19-11-36. Rejoined 2-9-39. Discharged
  to Reserve 8-12-45. Born 15-8-1910. Died 5-4-1972. (NEF)  £190


1007.  Group of Seven
  N.G.S. 1 Bar Palestine 1936-1939. W.J.A. Fisher A.B. R.N.
  1939-45, Atlantic, and Africa Stars.  Defence and War Medals.
  R.N. LSGC. Geo. V1. 1st type. W.J.A. Fisher. A.B. HMS Vernon. (NEF)  £315


1008.  Group of Seven
  N.G.S. 1 Bar Palestine 1936-1939. E.J. Whitwell S.P.O. R.N.
  1939-45, Atlantic, Africa (N. Africa 1942-43), and Italy Stars. War Medal.
  R.N. LSGC Geo. V1 1st type. E.G. Whitwell. S.P.O. HMS Glowworm. Mounted as worn.  (NEF)  £400


1009.  Group of Five
  G.S.M. 2 Bars Palestine/Malaya. Mr. J.R. Harris.
  1939-45 and Africa Stars.  Defence and War Medals. Mounted as worn. (NEF)  £255


1010.  Group of Five
  N.G.S. 1 Bar Palestine 1936-1939. C. Colgrave A.B. R.N.
  1939-45, Atlantic (France and Germany), and Africa Stars. War Medal 1939-45. Mounted as worn. (VF)  £215


1011.  Group of Four
  N.G.S. 1 Bar Palestine 1936-1939. F.J. Timms A/P.O. Tel. R.N.
  1939-45 and Atlantic Stars.  War Medal 1939-45. 
 Recipient died, aged 42, on 15-10-1943 whilst serving with HMS ‘Archer’ and is buried in Cowle
  (S.S. Mary and John) Churchyard. (NEF)  £275


1012.  Group of Seven
  G.S.M. 1 Bar Palestine. Gnr. J. Oswin. R.A.
  1939-45, Africa and Italy Stars.  Defence and War Medals.
  Imperial Service Medal. Eliz. 11 2nd type. James Oswin.
  I.S.M. - L/G 31-8-1973 - Postman. Nottingham.  Mounted as worn.  (NEF)  £175


1013.  Group of Eight
  G.S.M. 1 Bar Palestine. Gnr. J. Sexton R.A.
  1939-45, Africa (8th Army) and Italy Stars. Defence and War Medals. Coronation Medal 1953
  L.S.G.C. Eliz. 11 1st type “Regular Army”. Sgt. .J. Sexton R.A.
   G.S.M. verified (7th Medium Regt R.A.) and Coronation Medal confirmed (Sgt. R.A.) Mounted for display. (GVF)  £275  PHOTO

1014.  Group of Six
  G.S.M. 1 Bar Palestine. Sgln. R.P. Wale. R. Signals.
  1939-45, Africa, and France & Germany Stars. Defence and War Medals.
   Sold with two sports medals - bronze Football Medal, reverse engraved “J. Sect. 1938. R. Wale” and silver
  Hockey Medal - Willcocks Sports Club, reverse engraved “Shell Cup Competition 1938-39, winners Egypt Signals.
  Sigmn. Wale. R.” (NEF)  £165


1015.  Group of Four
  Defence and War Medals.
  N.G.S. 1 Bar Near East. El-Lieut. R.H. Lander. R.N.
  R.N. LSGC Geo. V1 1st type. R.H. Lander. P.O. Tel. HMS President. 11. Mounted as worn. (NEF)  £300


1016.  Group of Five
  1939-45, and Italy Stars.  Defence and War Medals.
  L.S.G.C. Eliz. 11 1st type “Regular Army”. Bdr. E. George. R.A. Mounted as worn.  (NEF)  £100



1018.  Group of Four
1939-45, and Italy Stars. War Medal 1939-45.
G.S.M. 2 Bars Palestine 1945-48/Malaya. Tpr. P. Downham. R. Tanks.
Sold with
corresponding miniatures.  Mounted as worn. (NEF)  £215


1019.  Group of Seven
  1939-45, Africa, Italy, and France and Germany Stars.  Defence and War Medals.
  G.S.M. 1 Bar Palestine 1945-48. Pte. J. Parnell R.E.M.E.

 Recipient served with 3rd Infantry workshop unit, 6th Airborne Division in Palestine 1946-47.

Sold with photograph album covering service, and two large Airborne Forces Golden Jubilee Medallions 1940-1990, - one gilt and one heavy white metal. Medals mounted for display together with bakelite R.E.M.E. badge. Also included in an Airborne Forces tie-pin. (NEF)  £245


1022.  Group of Six
  1939-45, Africa (8th Army), and Italy Stars.  Defence and War Medals.
  G.S.M. 1 Bar Palestine 1945-48. Sigmn. J. Buchanan. R. Signals.  Mounted as worn (wrong order)  (NEF)  £155



1024.  Group of Six
  1939-45 and Italy Star.  Defence and War Medals.
  Queens Korea. Sgt. S.E. Oxley. R. Tanks. Mounted as worn.  (NEF)  £360



1026.  Group of Five
  1939-45 Star. Defence and War Medals.
  G.S.M. 1 Bar Malaya. Geo. V1. W.O. Cl. 2. F.J.J. McManus R.A.O.C.
  Efficiency Medal “Territorial” Geo. V1 2nd type. Cpl. F.J.J. McManus R.A.O.C. Mounted as worn.  (GVF)  £150



1028.  Group of Seven
  1939-45 and Africa Stars.  Defence and War Medals.
  G.S.M. 1 Bar Palestine 1945-48. Cpl. H. Green R.A.O.C.
  Meritorious Service Medal (M.S.M.) Eliz. 11 2nd type. W.O. Cl. 1. H. Green R.A.O.C.
  L.S.G.C. “Regular Army” Eliz. 11 2nd type. W.O. Cl. 1. H. Green R.A.O.C. Mounted as worn. (NEF)  £595



1031.  Group of Five
  1939-45, Africa, and Italy Stars. War Medal 1939-45
  Efficiency Medal “Territorial” Geo. V1. 1st type. Gnr. J. Bellamy R.A.  Mounted as worn. (NEF)  £90


1032.  Group of Five
  1939-45 Star. War Medal.
  Queens Korea. A. Rouse. Shpt. 2. R.N.  U.N. Korea Medal.
  R.N. LS Geo. V1 2nd type. A. Rouse. Shpt. 2. HMS Birmingham.  Mounted as worn. (NEF)  £350


1033.  Group of Five
  1939-45 and Burma Stars. Defence and War Medal
  R.F.R. LSGC Geo. V1 1st type. H. Bloomer. Sto. 1. R.F.R. Mounted as worn. (NEF)  £120


1034.  Group of Three
  Defence and War Medals.
  Efficiency Medal. “Territorial”. Geo. V1 2nd type. Cpl. T. Forrester A.T.S.  Mounted as worn. (NEF)  £125


1035.  Group of Seven
  1939-45, Atlantic, Africa (N. Africa 1942-43), Burma (Pacific), and Italy Stars. War Medal.
  N.G.S. 1 Bar Palestine 1945-48. J. Ferguson. L.S.M. R.N.  Mounted as worn.  (GVF)  £260


1036.  Group of Seven
  1939-45, Atlantic, Africa (N. Africa 1942-43) and Pacific Stars. War Medal 1939-45.
  Coronation Medal 1953.
  R.N. LSGC Geo. V1. 1st type. J.W. Blenkin. P.O. Sto. HMS Messina. Mounted as worn. (NEF)  £265


1037.  Group of Five
  Italy and France & Germany Stars.  Defence and War Medals.
  Efficiency “Territorial” Geo. V1. 2nd type. Lieut. M.G. Fry. R.A. Mounted as worn. (NEF)  £110


1038.  Group of Three
  Defence Medal.
  Fire Service Exemplary Service Medal. Eliz. 11. Stn. Offr. Joseph Calderwood.
  British Fire Services Assocn. Bronze (10 yrs) J. Calderwood.

   Recipient was badly injured and burned by an explosion whilst attending a fire in a paint store at Bellshill,
  Lanarkshire, on 7-1-1963, and died of his injuries a week later.

   Sold with copies of newspaper reports covering the incident, in which a second fire officer was killed. Also included is a photocopy of part of a page from the Motherwell Times of 25-1-1963 reporting Mr. Calderwood’s funeral with a picture of the cortege.
 A scarce Fire Service Fatal Casualty Group. Last two medals in boxes of issue.  (EF)  £875


1039.  Group of Eight
  1939-45, Atlantic, Africa, Burma (Pacific), and Italy Stars. War Medal 1939-45
  N.G.S. 1 Bar Near East. S.H. Rodgers. C.P.O. Ck. R.N.
  R.N. LSGC Geo. V1. 1st type. S.H. Rodgers. P.O. Ck. (S) HMS Victory.  Mounted as worn. (GVF)  £335


1040.  Group of Six
1939-45 and France & Germany Stars.
Defence and War Medals.
Police Exemplary Service. Eliz 11. 2nd type. Inspr. Horace J.B. Caselton.
Silver Jubilee 1977 Medal.

   Recipient joined the Oxford City Police in 1941, and after war service in the Royal Artillery, returned to St.
  Aldate’s where he was promoted to Chief Inspector, second in charge of the Oxford Sub-Division, serving a total
  of 36 yrs. Sold with two copy photos of recipient, one in uniform. First five medals mounted as worn. Jubilee
  Medal (confirmed) in box of issue. (NEF)  £335


1041.  Group of Five   1939-45 and France & Germany Stars. Defence and War Medals.
  G.S.M. 1 Bar Arabian Peninsular. Flt. Lt. J. Yates R.A.F. Mounted as worn. (NEF)  £205


1042.  Group of Five
  1939-45, Atlantic, and Pacific Stars. War Medal 1939-45.
  N.G.S. 1 Bar S.E. Asia 1945-46. Lieut. R.J.E. Tate. R.N.V.R.  (GVF)  £425


1043.  Group of Four
  Defence and War Medals.  Coronation Medal 1953.
  R.A.F. LSGC Geo. V1 1st type. W/O E.J.B. Robson R.A.F.
 Recipient was commissioned Flying Officer on 22-8-1941, and promoted Sqn. Ldr., on 14-3-1943. He was
  employed in the Admin. and Special Duties Branch. (RAF Intelligence Branch) He retired on 27-12-1953.
   Also included is a history of the RAF Intelligence Branch. Mounted as worn. (NEF)  £150


1044.  Group of Eight
  1939-45, Africa (8th Army), Italy and France & Germany Stars. Defence and War Medals.
  U.N. Korea Medal.
  L.S.G.C. Eliz. 11 2nd type. “Regular Army” Sgt. G.G. Battersby. R.A.  Mounted as worn.  (GVF)  £165


1045.  Group of Four
  1939-45 Star. Defence and War Medals.
  G.S.M. - 1 Bar Palestine 1945-48. Pte. K. Frost. A.A.C. (Army Air Corps) Mounted as worn  (NEF)  £265



1047.  Group of Five
  1939-45 and Africa Stars. Defence and War Medals.
  G.S.M. 1 Bar S.E. Asia 1945-46. Cpl. C. Harrison R.A.S.C. (This medal in box of issue)  (NEF)  £150


1048.  Group of Four
  1939-45 and Burma Stars. War Medal 1939-45.
  G.S.M. 1 Bar S.E. Asia 1945-46. Capt. J.T. Meats. R.I.A.S.C.  (NEF)  £240


1049.  Group of Six
  1939-45, Africa (N. Africa 1942-43) and Italy Stars.  Defence and War Medals.
  G.S.M. 1 Bar Palestine 1945-48. Sigmn. A. Stouph. R. Signals.  Mounted for display. (NEF)  £135


1050.  Group of Five
  1939-45 and France & Germany Stars.  Defence and War Medals.
  Efficiency Medal “Territorial” Geo. V1 2nd type. Cfn. C.W.S. Sparks. R.E.M.E.

 Recipient died as a result of a motor accident in Germany on 9-2-1946, aged 25. He is buried in Munster
  Heath War Cemetery. Sold with letters of sympathy, newspaper cutting, medal entitlement slip, covering letter
  forwarding Efficiency Medal, and photographs of his grave (wooden cross). (NEF)  £225


1051.  Group of Three
  1939-45 Star.  War Medal 1939-45 (M.I.D.)
  Efficiency Medal “Territorial” Geo. V1 1st type. S/Sgt. R. Knight. R.A.P.C.
   M.I.D. - L/G 20-12-1940 - Sold with original M.I.D. certificate. (NEF)  £275


1052.  Group of Five
  1939-45 and Atlantic (France and Germany) Stars.
  Canadian Volunteer Service - with maple leaf clasp.
  War Medal 1939-45 - silver - with M.I.D. emblem.
  R.N.V.R. LSGC Geo. V1 1st type. P.O. M.J.T. Fortune R.C.N.V.R.
   M.I.D. L/G 4-7-1944 “For courage, resolution and skill aboard H.M. Canadian ship “Waskesiu” in successful
  operations against u-boats in the Atlantic. Scarce Canadian W.W.1 Naval Group. Mounted as worn. (NEF)  £1100


1053.  Group of Three
  Defence and War Medals Air Efficiency Award. Geo. V1 1st type. Cpl. K.A. Paulsen A.A.F.
   Sold with 604 Sqn gilt and enamel lapel badge.  Mounted as worn.  (NEF)  £175


1054.  Group of Four
  Defence and War Medals
  G.S.M. 1 Bar Palestine 1945-48. Flt. Lt. J.V. McCormack R.A.F.
  R.A.F. LSGC Geo. V1 1st type. Flt. Lt. J.V. McCormack R.A.F.
   Born 1906. Commissioned 5-8-1941. Flt. Lt. 1-9-1945. Retired 21-12-1953. Secretarial Branch.
  Mounted (incorrectly) as worn. (NEF)  £265


1055.  Group of Five
  1939-45, Africa, and Burma Stars.  Defence and War Medals.  Sold with illuminated certificate
  “Recording the gratitude of the citizens of Malvern to F.C. Bowers who, nobly serving King and Country in the
  War of 1939-45, helped keep secure their precious heritage”. Sold with photo of recipient. Mounted as worn. (NEF)  £78


1056.  Group of Six
  1939-45 and Atlantic Stars.  Defence and War Medals.
  N.G.S. 1 Bar Near East. P. Foley L.M. (E R.N.
  R.N. LSGC Geo. V. 2nd type. P. Foley. L.S. HMS Victory.
   Contact marks and edge knocks on the last two medals.  (GF)  £215


1057.  Group of Six
  1939-45 and Burma Stars.  Defence and War Medals
  Efficiency Decoration. G. V1. R. dated 1950 - with bar dated 1950. Complete with top “Territorial” pin bar.
  Special Constabulary Faithful Service. Geo. V. Crowned Head. Alfred H. Hood. Mounted as worn.  (NEF)  £215


1058.  Group of Five
  1939-45 and Africa Stars. Defence and War Medals.
  Efficiency Medal. Geo. V1. 1st type. Sgt. C.E. Froggatt. R.M.P. Mounted as worn.  (NEF)  £130


1059.  Group of Six
  1939-45, Burma, and Italy Stars.
  Police Exemplary Service. Eliz. 11 2nd type. Sgt. David Wilson. Mounted as worn. (NEF)  £140


1060.  Group of Seven
  1939-45, Italy and France & Germany Stars.  Defence and War Medals.
  G.S.M. 1 Bar Malaya. Geo. V1. W.O. Cl. 1. W.J.L. Leaker. R.A.S.C.
  L.S.G.C. Geo. V1 2nd type. “Regular Army”. W.O. Cl. I. W.J.M. Leaker R.A.S.C. Appointed Warrant Officer
  Cl.I. on 9-1-1943. First five mounted as worn.  (NEF)  £225


1061.  Group of Three
  Defence and War Medals.
  Efficiency Medal “Territorial” Geo. V1 1st type. Pte. B. Upton A.T.S. Sold with two large photographs of an
  A.T.S. Contingent in front of the Queen Mother. (recipient not identified) (NEF)  £145


1062.  Group of Five
  1939-45 and Burma Stars.  Defence and War Medals.
  Efficiency Medal. “Territorial” Geo V1 2nd type. Cfn. A. Gilbert R.E.M.E. Efficiency Medal in box of issue. (NEF)  £105


1063.  Group of Five
  1939-45 and Burma Stars.  Defence and War Medals.
  Efficiency Medal “Territorial” Geo. V1. 1st type. S. Sgt. B.E. Foster. R.A.O.C. Sold with Efficiency Medal
  box of issue.  (EF)  £115


1064.  Group of Two
  War Medal 1939-45
  G.S.M. 1 Bar S.E. Asia 1945-46/ L/Cpl. C.R. O’Neill. R. Signals. Mounted as worn. (NEF)  £145


1065.  Group of Five
  War Medal 1939-45.
  Queens Korea. J.A. Stokes. C(S) R.N. This medal is a copy, with engraved naming.  U.N. Korea - Later issue.
  C.S.M. 1 Bar Malay Peninsular. J.A. Stokes. Ldg. Ck. (S) R.N.
  R.N. LSGC Eliz. 11 2nd type. J.A. Stokes. Ldg. Ck (S) HMS Triumph.  Mounted as worn. (NEF)  £245


1066.  Group of Seven
  1939-45 and Africa (8th Army) Stars. Defence and War Medals.
  G.S.M. Eliz. 11 1 Bar Malaya. Major J.S. Southworth. R.A.S.C. Coronation Medal 1953
  Efficiency Medal “Territorial” Geo. V1 2nd type. Capt. J.S. Southworth R.A.S.C.  Mounted as worn.  (NEF)  £345


1067.  Group of Six
  1939-45, Italy, and France & Germany Stars.  Defence and War Medals.
  Efficiency Medal “Territorial” Geo. V - with extra Service Bar. W.O. Cl. 11 J.W. Whittle R.E. Mounted as worn  (NEF)  £120


1068.  Group of Five
  1939-45 and Italy Stars. Defence and War Medals.
  Efficiency Medal “Territorial” Geo. V1 1st type. Gnr. J. Balfour R.A. (NEF)  £90


1069.  Group of Five
  1939-45, Africa (8th Army), and France and Germany Stars.  War Medal 1939-45
  Efficiency Medal - “Territorial” Geo. V1. 1st type. Cpl. T. Thomson. R. Signals. (NEF)  £120


1070.  Group of Four
  1939-45 and Africa Stars.  War Medal 1939-45.
  Efficiency Medal - “Kenya” Geo. V1. 2nd type. Capt. C.D. Allan.
 Commissioned 2/Lieut 11-4-1942 - R.A.S.C. - African Colonial Forces Section.  (NEF)  £650


1071.  Group of Five
  1939-45 Star.  Defence and War Medals.
  G.S.M. 1 Bar Arabian Peninsular. F/Sgt. H.F. Green RAF
  R.A.F. LSGC Eliz. 11 1st type. F/Sgt. H.F. Green RAF Mounted as worn. (NEF)  £205


1072.  Group of Five
  1939-45, Atlantic, and Burma Stars.  War Medal 1939-45
  R.N. LSGC Geo. V1. 1st type. T. Dooley. Sto. 1. HMS Victory.  Mounted as worn. (NEF)  £130


1073.  Group of Five
  1939-45, Atlantic, and Burma Stars.  War Medal 1939-45
  N.G.S. 1 Bar Palestine 1945-48. Cd. Gnr. (T) J.H.S. Barrett. R.N.

 Recipient originally enlisted in the R.N. as P/JX 132317 in the Gunnery Branch (Torpedo), and was commissioned towards the end of the war. He later became a commissioned Electrical Officer (L), and promoted  Lieut. W.E.F. 1.4.1956. He retired as Elect. Lt. Cdr. on 22-12-1961.  (NEF)  £295


1074.  Group of Four
  Defence and War Medals
  Meritorious Service Medal (M.S.M.) Geo. V1 2nd type. W.O. Cl.1. E.T. Moore R.A.S.C.
  L.S.G.C. Geo. V. 1st type W.O. Cl. 11 E.T. Moore R.A.S.C.

 Sold with 3 original warrant parchments - W.O. Class 11. - W.E.F. 1-12-1925. - W.O. Class 1 - W.E.F. 25-5-1931
   and W.O. W.E.F. 8-7-1939 (re-call for W.W.2.) Also included are three original studio photographs of recipient in uniform, life membership card of the R.A.C. Regimental Assocn, and other related letters etc. (EF)  £310


1075.  Group of Four
  1939-45 Star. Defence and War Medals.
  Imperial Service Medal. Eliz. 11 2nd type. Charles Stanley Watkins.
   Sold with an ornate heavy silver and enamel R.A.O.B. medal - The reverse engraved “Presented to Bro. C.S.
  Watkins as a mark of esteem upon being raised to the 2nd Degree. July 24th 1922”  (EF)  £75


1076.  Group of Three
  War Medal N.G.S. 2 Bars Malaya/Near East. Sub-Lt. H.C. Williams R.N.
  Campaign Service Medal. 1 Bar Radfan. Lieut. Cmdr. H.C. Williams R.N.
   Sold with matching set of miniatures (mounted as worn) (NEF)  £995


1077.  Group of Five
  1939-45, Africa, and Italy Stars. Defence Medal. G.S.M. 1 Bar Palestine 1945-48. Cpl. A.W. Huggins R. Signals.
   Also entitled to War Medal 1939-45. Mounted as worn (in wrong order!)  (NEF)  £120


1078.  Group of Three
1939-45 and Africa Stars. War Medal 1939-45. Sold with condolence slip named to A.C.I. N.G. Thompson. (R.A.F.V.R.)
Recipient was K.I.A. in North Africa, on 31-5-1941 & is commemorated on the Alamein Memorial. (EF)  £678


1079.  Group of Five
  1939-45, Africa, and Italy Stars.  War Medal 1939-45.
  Efficiency Medal. “Territorial” Geo. V1 1st type. Dvr. D. Kirk. R.A.S.C. (NEF)  £100


1080.  Group of Six
  1939-45, Africa and Italy Stars. Defence and War Medals.
  Efficiency Medal “Territorial” Geo. V1. 1st type. Lieut. E.A. Everett. R.A.O.C.  (NEF)  £165


1081.  Group of Four
  1939-45 Star. Defence and War Medals.
  Efficiency Medal “Territorial” Geo. V1 1st type. Spr. J. Caldwell. R.E.  (GVF)  £78


1082.  Group of Five
  1939-45 and France & Germany Stars.  Defence and War Medals.
  Efficiency Medal “Territorial” Geo. V1. 1st type. Pte. R.G. Young. R.P.C. Mounted as worn.  (NEF)  £98


1083.  Group of Three
  Defence and War Medals. Efficiency Medal “Territorial” Geo. V1 1st type Gnr. H. Aircy. R.A. (NEF)  £69


1084.  Group of Three
  Defence & War Medals. Efficiency Medal “Territorial” Geo. V1 1st type.. Cfn. S.J.H. Hoskins R.E.M.E. (GVF)  £70


1085.  British Red Cross Society, 3 years service medal - number 3689. Lieutenant 31-10-1944, Captain 1-1-1951. (NEF)  £150


1086.  Group of Five
  1939-45 and Africa Stars. Defence and War Medal.
  Efficiency Medal “Territorial” Geo. V1 1st type. W.O. Cl. 1 A.C. Willmott R.E.M.E. Scarce rank.  (NEF)  £210


1087.  Group of Two
  Defence Medal.  Police Exemplary Service. Eliz. 11 2nd type. Const. Leonard Parker. Mounted as worn.  (EF)  £60


1088.  Group of Two
  Defence Medal.  Police Exemplary Service. Eliz. 11 2nd type. Const. John M. Pate.  (EF)  £60


1089.  Group of Three
G.S.M. 1 Bar Palestine 1945-48 F/S R.D. Rennolds. R.A.F.
C.S.M. 1 Bar Borneo. W/O R.D. Rennolds R.A.F.
R.A.F. LSGC Eliz. 11 2nd type F/S R.D. Rennolds R.A.F.
The rims of all 3 medals are impressed “R” (for replacement).
Recipient was appointed Warrant Officer on 18-9-1958. (EF)  £150


1090.  Group of Two
  G.S.M. 1 Bar Palestine 1945-48. Lieut. S. Critchlow. R.E.M.E.
  A.G.S. 1 Bar Kenya. Capt. S. Critchlow. R.E.M.E.
 Lieut. - 12-10-1947. Captain - 4-4-1951.  Mounted as worn. (NEF)  £445


1091.  Group of Two
  G.S.M. 1 Bar Palestine 1945-48. 2/Lieut. R.A. Caukwell R.A.S.C.
  A.G.S. 1 Bar Kenya. Lieut. R.A. Caukwell. Kenya Regt.
 Both medals in original boxes of issue and sold with forwarding letter covering the G.S.M.
Official correction to initial ‘R’ on the A.G.S. (EF)  £550


1092.  Group of Two
  N.G.S. 1 Bar Malaya. Geo. V1. B.A. Harriman. A.B. R.N.
  Queens Korea. B.A. Harriman. A.B. R.N. (VF)  £285


1093.  Group of Two
  Queens Korea - D. Thornton A.B.  R.N.
  U.N. Korea  (EF)  £175


1094.  Group of Two
  Queens Korea (1st type) T. Coulson L.S.M. R.N.  U.N. Korea. Mounted for display. (NEF)  £180


1095.  Group of Two
  Queens Korea. Fus. W. Lyons R.N.F.  U.N. Korea. U.N. Medal in box of issue.  (EF)  £295


1096.  Group of Two
  Queens Korea. Pte. T. D’Arcy. R.S. (Royal Scots)  U.N. Korea
   The naming is slightly rubbed but is original.  (EF)  £285


1097.  Group of Two
  Queens Korea. H. Spence A.B. R.N.  U.N. Korea (1953-54 obverse) Mounted as worn.  (NEF)  £175


1098.  Group of Two
  Queens Korea Fus. D.J. Callender Rl. Fusiliers. U.N. Korea.  Mounted as worn (in wrong order!) (NEF)  £300


1099.  Group of Four
  Queens Korea. 1st type Cpl. C.C. Pilgrim. D.G. (Dgn. Gds)  U.N. Korea
  C.S.M. 1 Bar South Arabia. Sgt. C.C. Pilgrim R.A.P.C.
  L.S.G.C. “Regular Army” Eliz. 11 2nd type. Sgt. C.C. Pilgrim. R.A.P.C. (EF)  £485


1100.  Group of Two
  Queens Korea 1st type. Sigmn. J. Langhorn. R. Signals. U.N. Korea. Mounted as worn. (NEF)  £165


1101.  Group of Three
  G.S.M. 1 Bar Malaya. Eliz. 11. Cpl. B.A. Walker R.A.F.
  C.S.M. 1 Bar South Arabia. Sgt. B.A. Walker R.A.F.
  R.A.F. LSGC Eliz. 11 2nd type - with extra award bar. Sgt. B.A. Walker R.A.F.  (NEF)  £250


1102.  Group of Three
  G.S.M. 1 Bar Malaya. Eliz. 11. 23516485 Sig. B.G. Watts. R. Signals.
  C.S.M. 1 Bar South Arabia. 23516485 Sgt. R. Watts. R. Signals.
  L.S.G.C. “Regular Army” Eliz. 11 2nd type. 23516485 S/Sgt. B.G. Watts. R. Signals. (NEF)  £220



1104.  Group of Two
  G.S.M. Geo. V1. 2 Bars Malaya/Brunei. Pte. C. Hagan. Seaforth. (Second Bar loose)
  C.S.M. 1 Bar Borneo. Sgt. C. Hagan. Q.O. Highrs.  (VF/NEF)  £600 PHOTOS


 
1105.  Group of Two
  G.S.M. 1 Bar Malaya Geo. V1. Rfn. Manbauadur Pun. 2 Gurkha R.
  C.S.M. 2 Bars Borneo/Malay Peninsular. Sgt. Manbahadur Pun. 2/2 G.R. Copy papers. Mounted as worn. (NEF)  £175


1106.  Group of Two
  G.S.M. 1 Bar Mmalaya. Geo. V1. Rfn. Manbahadur Limbu. 7 Gurkha R.
  C.S.M. 2 Bars Borneo/Malay Peninsular. Rfn. Manbahadur Limbu 1/7 G.R. Copy papers. Mounted as worn. (NEF)  £175


1107.  Group of Two
  G.S.M. 1 Bar Malaya. Geo. V1. Rfn. Kajiman Rai. 7 Gurkha R.
  C.S.M. 2 Bars Borneo/Malay Peninsular. 1/7 G.R. Sold with copy papers and box of issue for C.S.M. (GVF/EF)  £175

1108.  Group of Two
  G.S.M. 1 Bar Malaya. Eliz. 11. Spr. Balandhoj Limbu. Gurkha Engrs.
  C.S.M. 2 Bars Borneo/Malay Pen. Spr. Balandhoj Limbu. Gurkha Engrs. Copy papers. Mounted as worn. (NEF)  £175


1109.  Group of Two
  G.S.M. 1 Bar Malaya Eliz. 11. Sigmn. Sanbahadur Rai. R. Signals. Gur.
  C.S.M. 1 Bar Malay Peninsular. Sgt. Sanbahadur Rai. Gurkha Signals. Copy papers. Mounted as worn. (NEF)  £140


1110.  Group of Two
  G.S.M. 1 Bar Malaya. Eliz. 11. Rfn. Dambaabahadur Limbu. 7 Gurkha R.
  C.S.M. 2 Bars Borneo/Malay Pen. Cpl. Dambarbahadur Limbu 1/7 G.R. Copy papers. Mounted as worn. (NEF)  £175


1111.  Group of Two
  G.S.M. 1 Bar Malaya. Eliz. 11. Sigmn. Bhimraj Sahi. Gurkha Sigs.
  C.S.M. 2 Bars Borneo/Malay Pen. Cpl. Bhimraj Sahi. Gurkha Signals. Copy papers. Mounted as worn. (NEF)  £175



1113.  Group of Two
  G.S.M. 2 Bars Malaya/Brunei. Eliz. 11. Rfn. Durgamal Gurung. 2 Gurkha R.
  C.S.M. 1 Bar Borneo. Rfn. Durgamal Gurung. ½ G.R. Sold with copy papers. (NEF)  £315


1114.  Group of Two
  G.S.M. 1 Bar Brunei. Rfn. A. Palmer. 1-Green Jackets.
  C.S.M. 1 Bar Borneo. Rfn. A. Palmer 1-Green Jackets. Mounted as worn.  (NEF)  £550



1116.  Group of Two
  G.S.M. 1 Bar Brunei. Dvr. P.D. Hoath. R.A.S.C.
  C.S.M. 1 Bar Borneo. Dvr. P.D. Hoath. R.A.S.C. (NEF)  £335


1117.  Group of Two
  G.S.M. Eliz. 11. 1 Bar Malaya. Cpl. N. Cooper. R.A.F.
  R.A.F. LSGC. Eliz. 11. 2nd type. Sgt. N. Cooper. R.A.F. (NEF)  £135


1118.  Group of Two
  C.S.M. 1 Bar South Arabia. Sgt. S.L. Hounsell R.A.F.
  R.A.F. LSGC Eliz. 11 2nd type. Sgt. S.L. Hounsell R.A.F.  Mounted as worn.  (NEF)  £145


1119.  Group of Two
  C.S.M. 1 Bar Borneo. Spr. A.M. Snowball. R.E.
  L.S.G.C. Eliz. 11. 2nd type “Regular Army” L/Cpl. A.M. Snowball R.E.  Mounted as worn.  (NEF)  £195



1121.  Group of Three
  C.S.M. 1 Bar Malay Peninsular. T.R. Windsor. Ldg. Std. R.N.
  R.N. LSGC Eliz. 11 2nd type. T.R. Windsor. P.O. Std. HMS Dolphin.
  Oman - Peace Medal.  Mounted as worn. (NEF)  £195



1124.  Group of Four
  C.S.M. 1 Bar N. Ireland. Pte. A. Hammant A.C.C.
  Gulf Medal - Bar 16 Jan to 28 Feb. 1991. L/Cpl. A.S. Hammant A.C.C.
  Saudi Arabian Medal for the Liberation of Kuwait.
  Kuwait Liberation Medal, Fourth Grade.  First two medals mounted as worn. (NEF)  £325



1126.  Group of Three
  Gulf Medal - Bar 16 Jan to 28 Feb. 1991. Pte. K.J.E. Hall. Q.A.R.A.N.C.
  Saudi Arabian Medal for the Liberation of Kuwait - In fitted case of issue.
  Kuwait Liberation Medal, Fourth Grade - In fitted case of issue.  (EF)  £540


1127.  Group of Three
  Gulf Medal - Bar 16 Jan to 28 Feb 1991. Stwd. N.W.M. Reynolds R.F.A.
  Saudi Arabian Medal for the Liberation of Kuwait.
  Kuwait Liberation Medal, Fourth Grade. Sold with forwarding letter for Gulf Medal. Medals in boxes of issue. (EF)  £300


1128.  Group of Two
  C.S.M. 1 Bar N. Ireland Spr. C.J. Ward. R.E.
  L.S.G.C. “Regular Army” Eliz. 2nd type. Cpl. C.J. Ward R.E. (NEF)  £145


1129.  Group of Two
  C.S.M. 1 Bar N. Ireland. Gdsm. J.P.W. Summerscales. Grenadier Gds.
  Golden Jubilee 2002.  Mounted as worn.  (NEF)  £195


1130.  Group of Two
 C.S.M. 1 Bar N. Ireland. L/Cpl. A.C. Burrows. Welsh Gds. 
South Atlantic - with rosette. Gdsm. A.C. Burrows W.G.
Recipient states that he was on the “Sir Galahad” and was injured by an explosion on board. Sold with the 
original photograph of recipient in uniform and armed, and a photostat copy of the “photograph and details”
page of his passport. Mounted as worn. (EF)  £1795 PHOTOS


1131.  Group of Three
  C.S.M. I Bar N. Ireland. L/Cpl. G.L. Rookes G.H. (Green Howards)
  N.A.T.O. Service - Former Yugoslavia.
  Golden Jubilee Medal 2002.  Mounted as worn. (NEF)  £205



1135.  Group of Two
  Gulf Medal. No Bar. Mr. K.B. Quinn B.A.E.
  R.A.F. LSGC Eliz. 11 2nd type. S.A.C. K.B. Quinn R.A.F.  (NEF)  £325 PHOTOS


1136.  Group of Four
  Gulf Medal. Bar 15 Jan to 28 Feb 1991. Spr. G.S. Vercoe R.E.
  C.S.M. 1 Bar N. Ireland. Spr. G.S. Vercoe R.E.  Golden Jubilee Medal 2002.
  L.S.G.C. Eliz. 11 2nd type. “Regular Army” Spr. G.S. Vercoe R.E.  Mounted as worn.  (NEF)  £455



1139.  Group of Two
  Iraq Medal (Op Telic) Pte. T.O. Morley. R.L.C. (No Bar)
  Operational Service Medal. 1 Bar Afghanistan. Pte. T.O. Morley. R.L.C. Both medals in boxes of issue. (EF)  £455


1140.  Group of Two
  Iraq Medal (Op Telic) No Bar. Pte. R. Cabelawa. Scots.
  NATO Service - Bar Isaf. Both medals in boxes of issue. (EF)  £195


1141.  Group of Five
  N.A.T.O. Service - Former Yugoslavia.  N.A.T.O. Service - Kosovo
  Iraq Medal (Op Telic) 1 Bar 19 Mar to 28 Apr 2003. L/Cpl. M.S. Milne R.L.C  Golden Jubilee Medal 2002.
  L.S.G.C. Eliz. 11 2nd type “Regular Army” L/Cpl. M.S. Milne R.L.C. Mounted as worn. (EF)  £435


1142.  Group of Two
  Iraq Medal (Op Telic). No Bar. Sig. A.J. McKeown. R. Signals.
  Operational Service Medal. 1 Bar Afghanistan, and rosette. Sig. A.J. McKeown. Mounted for display. (NEF)  £845


1143.  Group of Five
  Iraq (Op Telic) 1 Bar 16 Jan to 28 Feb 1991. Spr. N.D. Stokes R.E.
  C.S.M. 1 Bar N. Ireland. L/Cpl. N.D. Stokes. R.L.C.
  N.A.T.O. Medal. 1 Bar non article 5. Un-named as issued
  Operational Service Medal. 1 Bar Afghanistan. Sgt. N.D. Stokes. R.L.C.
  Golden Jubilee Medal 2012. Mounted as worn. (NEF)  £795 PHOTOS


1144.  Group of Two
  M.S.M. Geo. V. 1st type Q.M. Sgt. J. Hicks R.A.
  L.S.G.C. Victoria. Sgt. J. Hicks. R.A.
  Sold with small bronze Temperance Medal (CE.T.S.) (EF)  £315 PHOTOS


1145.  Group of Two
  Meritorious Service Medal (M.S.M.) - Victoria. Sergt. 1. of Musketry T. Finucane. 107th Foot.
  L.S.G.C. - Victoria. Sergt. 1. of Musketry T. Finucane. 107th Foot.  (VF)/(GVF)  £1150 PHOTOS


1146.  Group of Two
  Colonial Police M.S.M. Eliz. 11. Asst. Insp. Gideon Saint. Nyasaland Police.
  Coronation Medal 1953  (NEF)  £495


1147.  Group of Two
  Imperial Service Medal. Eliz. 11. 2nd type. Francis William McAllister.
  Efficiency Medal “Territorial” Geo. V1. 1st type. Sgt. W. McAllister. R. Signals. (EF)  £75



1149.  Group of Two
  Army L.S.G.C. Geo. V. 1st type. Sgt. M.C. Barnett. R. Warwickshire R.
  M.S.M. Geo. V. 1st type swivel suspender. C.Q.M. Sgt. M.C. Barnett. 3/R. War. R.
   M.S.M. - L/G 22-2-1919. Medals mounted as worn, so probably no entitlement to W.W.1. Medals. (GVF)  £375


1150.  Group of Two
  Army L.S.G.C. Geo. V. 1st type Q.M. Sgt. R.C. McGregor R.E.
  M.S.M. Geo. V. 1st type F. Of W. S. Mjr. R.C. McGregor R.E. (Foreman of Works Sgt. Major)
   Mounted as worn, minor contact marks. (VF)  £245  PHOTOS


1151.  Group of Two
  M.S.M. Geo. V. 1st type. Q.M.Sgt. W. Rasdill. 6/Dgn. Gds.
  L.S.G.C. Victoria. Qr. Mr. Sgt. W. Rasdill. 6th Dn. Gds.  (NEF)  £585


1152.  Group of Two
  Special Constabulary Faithful Service. Geo. V. 1st type. Henry Hunter.
  City of Coventry Special Constabulary. Silver Medal for Long Service 1914. H. Hunter. (GVF)  £265


1153.  Group of Two
  Coronation 1911
  Territorial Force Efficiency Medal. Edw. V11. C/Sgt. T. Bailey. 5/L.N. Lanc. Regt.
   Recipient was K.I.A. on 14-10-1915.  Mounted as worn.  (GVF)  £215


1154.  Group of Three
  Fire Service Exemplary Service. Ldg. Fireman George F. Farley.
  The British Fire Services Association - with Twenty Years Service Bar - silver. G.F. Farley.
  National Fire Brigades Assocn. Long Service - Bronze - with Ten Years Bar. George F. Farley. (NEF)  £125  PHOTOS



1157.  Group of Two
  Ceylon Police L.S.G.C. 1950 issue. Eliz. 11. Const. P.V.R. Ondiris. Ceylon Police.
  Ceylon Police Independence Medal 1948. Un-named as issued. (No ribbon) (GVF)  £425


1158.  Group of Two
  Silver Jubilee 1935 (Verified)
  Efficiency Medal “India” Geo. V1. Sgt. S.N. Mason. 2-M. & So. Mah Rly. Rifles. A.F.I. (2nd Madras and S.
  Mahratta Rly.) Mounted as worn.  (NEF)  £120


1159.  Group of Two
  B.W.M. & Victory. 2/Lieut. A.E. Davies. K.I.A. aged 32, with the 12/13th Bn. Northumberland Fus.
  Commemorated on the Soissons Memorial, Aisne, France.  (NEF)  £215


1160.  Group of Two
  B.W.M. and Victory. Pte. H.J. Hayes. Gloucester R.
  Memorial Plaque. Hubert John Hayes.
   Recipient was K.I.A., with 14th Bn (Bantam Bn), aged 21 on 22-10-1917 and is commemorated on the
  Tyne Cot Memorial. Not entitled to Star.  (EF)  £265


1161.  Group of Two
  B.W.M. and Victory. Pte. G.R.E. Sutton. Gloucester Yeomanry.
  Memorial Plaque. George Richard Ernest Sutton.
   Recipient died, aged 21 serving with 1/1 Royal Gloucester Hussars in Egypt, on 15-1-1917, and is buried in
  Alexandria (Hadra)War Memorial Cemetery. Resided Bristol. Not entitle to Star. (EF)  £455



1164.  Group of Two
  B.W.M. and Victory. Cpl. H. Darnbrook. W. Riding Regt.
 Recipient was K.I.A., aged 26, with 2/5 Bn., on 27-11-1917 during the Battle of CambraI, and is commemorated
  on the CambraI Memorial, Louveral. He resided in Birstall, Leeds.  (NEF)  £90


1165.  Group of Two
  B.W.M. and Victory. Pte. J.E. Moore. 18-Canadian Infy.
  Memorial Plaque. James Edward Moore.
 Recipient was K.I.A. with the 124th Bn on 23-5-1917, and is buried in Nine Elms Military Cemetery, Thelus,
  France. (NEF)  £275


1166.  Group of Two
  B.W.M. and Victory. Pte. A. McIlwham. 24-Canadian Infy. Recipient was K.I.A., aged 26, on 16-9-1916 and
  is commemorated on the Vimy Ridge Memorial. (NEF)  £105



1168.  Group of Three
  1914 Star Trio. Sgt. P. O’Boyle. 2/W. York R. (Pte. on Star)
  Memorial Plaque. Peter O’Boyle.
   Recipient was K.I.A., with 2nd Bn., on 16-8-1917 and is commemorated on the Tyne Cot Memorial.
  Born and enlisted York. (NEF)  £400



1170.  Group of Two
  B.W.M. and Victory. Pte. E. Ratcliffe. R. Lanc. R.
  Memorial Plaque. Ernest Ratcliffe.
 Recipient was K.I.A., aged 32, with the 9th Bn., on 19-9-1918 and is commemorated on the Doiran Memorial.
  Sold with original memorial scroll. (NEF)  £295


1171.  Group of Three
  1914 Star and Bar Trio. Pte. A. Hinson. 3/Worcester R.
   Recipient D.O.W. with 3rd Bn., on 24-9-1914 and is buried in Terlincthun British Cemetery, Wimille. (NEF)  £385



1173.  Group of Three
  1914-15 Trio. 2/Lieut. F.E. Tiplady. Middlesex R.
   Recipient D.O.W., aged 22, with 5th Bn., attd. ‘B’ Coy 7th Bn London R. on 27-9-1915 during Battle of Loos
  and is buried in Lapugnoy Military Cemetery. Resided in North Finchley.  (NEF)  £485


1174.  Group of Three
  1914-15 Trio. Surgeon-Lieut. D.S. MacKnight. R.N.
   Recipient died, aged 43, whilst serving aboard HMS Britannia, on 9-11-1918 and is buried in Gibraltar
  (North Front) Cemetery. Sold with one box of issue. (NEF)  £595


1175.  Group of Three
  1914 Star and Bar Trio (copy bar) Pte. H. Goff. 2/K.R.R.C.
  Memorial Plaque. Henry Goff.
 Recipient D.O.W., aged 25, with the 2nd Bn on 9-9-1914, and is commemorated on the La Ferte-Sous-Jouarre
  Memorial. Born and enlisted Northampton.  (NEF)  £595



1177.  Group of Three
  1914-15 Trio. Pte. E.S. Claxton. Essex R.
 Recipient died of influenza with 3rd Bn on 27-10-1918 and is buried in Wymondham Cemetery. Sold with
  forwarding letters and boxes of issue (damaged) (NEF)  £150


1178.  Group of Two
  B.W.M. and Victory. Sgt. R. Priest. Middlesex R.
 Recipient D.O.W. on 17-8-1917 whilst attached to the 20th London R. (EF)  £85


1179.  Group of Two
  B.W.M. and Victory. Pte. L. Melville. Fife and Forfar Yeo.
   Recipient K.I.A. with 14th (Fife and Forfar Yeo.) Bn. R. Highlanders, on 2-9-1918, and is buried in Peronne
  Communal Cemetery Extension. (NEF)  £235



1181.  Group of Three
  1914-15 Trio. Pte. J. Grieve. R. Scots Fus.
 Memorial Plaque. James Grieve
 Recipient D.O.W., aged 23 with the 6/7 Bn., on 9-11-1916 and is buried in Etables Military Cemetery.
 He resided in Edinburgh. (NEF)  £350


1182.  Group of Three
  1914-15 Trio. Pte. E. Wolfenden. Northumberland Fus. 
  Memorial Plaque. Ernest Wolfenden.
 Recipient was K.I.A., on 25-9-1915 with the 12th Bn and is commemorated on the Loos Memorial. (NEF)  £350



1184.  Group of Three
  1914-15 Trio. Cpl. J.W. Mills R.E.
   Recipient died, aged 29, with 2nd W.R. Field Coy., on 26-4-1915, and is buried in Merville Communal
  Cemetery. He resided in Sheffield. (GVF)  £125


1185.  Group of Three
  1914-15 Trio. Cpl. T. Bartlett R.E. (L/Cpl on Star)
   Recipient D.O.W., aged 27, with 1st (Wessex) Field Coy on 29-6-1915 and is buried in Erquinghem-Lys
  Churchyard Extension. (NEF)  £175


1186.  Group of Three
  1914 Star Trio. Capt. J.H. Meers. (Lieut. R.A.M.C. on Star)
   Recipient D.O.W. whilst attached to the Loyal N. Lancashire Regt., on 9-10-1915 and is buried in
  Noeux-Les-Mines Communal Cemetery, France.  (NEF)  £545


1187.  Group of Two
  B.W.M. and Victory. Pte. J.S. Donaldson R.E.
  Memorial Plaque John Donaldson.
  Recipient died (or K.I.A.), aged 38, with the 312th Road Construction Coy., on 22-6-1918 and is buried in
  Abbeville Communal Cemetery Extension. He resided in Hamilton. Also included is the Memorial Scroll,
  and an original Scroll from the Burgh of Hamilton presented to next of kin of sailors and soldiers who had been
  killed or died of wounds, inscribed with the name of the recipient, and several original family photographs,
  including one of Pte. Donaldson in uniform. (EF)  £265


1188.  Group of Two
  B.W.M. and Victory. 2/Lieut. P.H.H. Davis. (Manchester R)
  Memorial Plaque Philip Henry Halton Davis.
  Recipient D.O.W. with 3rd Bn., on 9-11-1918 and is buried in Busigny Communal Cemetery Extension, France.  (EF)  £575


1189.  Group of Three
  1914-15 Trio. Pte. A. Rowe. Gloucester Yeomanry. 
   Memorial Plaque Arthur Rowe.
   Recipient D.O.W at sea on 25-8-1915 whilst being evacuated from Gallipoli. Born and resided Bristol.
  Sold with medal forwarding boxes (damaged).  (NEF)  £610


1190.  Group of Three
  1914 Star. L/Cpl. F. Abel. 1/Norfolk R.
  B.W.M. and Victory. 2/Lieut. F. Abel.
 Recipient drowned whilst serving with 3rd Bn. Norfolk Regt., and is buried in Ghatry War Memorial  Cemetery, Egypt. (Alexandria) (GVF)  £570


1191.  Group of Two
  B.W.M. and Victory. Pte. A.J. Durrant. M.G.C.
 Recipient was K.I.A., aged 31, with 6th Bn., M.G.C. (Infantry) on 18-9-1918, and is buried in Trefcon British
  Cemetery, Caulaincourt. He formerly served in the R. Sussex Regt. (NEF)  £85


1192.  Group of Three
  1914 Star Trio. Gnr. C.E. Reynolds. R.A. (R.G.A. on Star)
   Recipient died whilst serving with 7th Siege Bry., R.G.A. on 21-6-1918, and is buried in Longuenesse (St. Omer)
  Souvenir Cemetery. He resided in Little Cressingham, Norfolk. He landed in France on 5-10-1914. (NEF)  £215


1193.  Group of Two
  B.W.M. and Victory. Pte. W. Miles. Middlesex R.
 Recipient D.O.W. with 18th Bn., on 18-10-1916. He was born in Malling and resided in Sevenoaks.
  Sold with photographs of the Town Memorial. (EF)  £85


1194.  Group of Two
  B.W.M. and Victory. Pte. G.F. Debank. Middlesex R.
 K.I.A. with 11th Bn., on 20-11-1917, and commemorated on the Cambrai Memorial, Louverval. Resided
  in Kentish Town. (EF)  £85


1195.  Group of Three
  1914 Star Trio. Pte. J.W. Fielding. 1/Manchester R.
   K.I.A. with 1st Bn., on 21-12-1914 and commemorated on the Le Touret Memorial. B. & E. Manchester. (NEF)  £300


1196.  Group of Three
  1914-15 Trio. Pte. W. Bell. Cameron Highrs.
  Memorial Plaque William Bell.
 K.I.A., aged 23 with 6th Bn., on 7-12-1915 and buried in Vermelles British Cemetery. Sold with forwarding
  letter for British War and Victory Medals.  (NEF)  £350


1197.  Group of Three
  1914 Star Trio. Pte. D. Clark 1/Dragoons (surname spelt Clarke on Star) 
   Memorial Plaque - David Clark.
   D.O.W. on 16-5-1915 and buried in Hazebrouck Communal Cemetery. (NEF)  £450


1198.  Group of Three
  1914 Star Trio. Pte. R. Michael. Seaforth Highrs (¼ Sea Highrs on Star)
 D.O.W., aged 27, serving with 154 Coy M.G.C. (Infantry) on 9-4-1917 and buried in Aubigny Communal
  Cemetery Extension. (NEF)  £350


1199.  Group of Two
  B.W.M. and Victory. Pte. C.P. Skinner. R.M.L.I.
 K.I.A. with 2/R.M. Bn. R.N. Div., on 26-10-1917 and commemorated on the Tyne Cot Memorial.  (NEF)  £360


1200.  Group of Three
  1914-15 Trio. M.I.D. Lieut. W.A. Bell. R.N.R. 
   Memorial Plaque.
   K.I.A., aged 22 serving on H.M. water tank “Provider”, on 11-9-1916 and commemorated on the Portsmouth
  Naval Memorial. Sold with original Memorial Scroll and M.I.D. certificate (L/G 31-5-1916).  (NEF)  £600


1201.  Group of Two
  B.W.M. and Victory. Pte. L.J. Dunning. Somerset Lt. Inf.
  Memorial Plaque. Leonard James Dunning.
 Recipient was K.I.A., aged 23 with the 1st Bn during the second Battle of Arras on 3-8-1918, and is buried
  in Eterpigny British Cemetery. Resided in Chard. Sold with photograph of headstone and details from Bn.
  War Diary. (NEF)  £245



1203.  Group of Three
  1914-15 Trio. Lieut. W.H. Pollard (Sgt. W.H. Pollard 7/Canadian Infy on Star) Recipient D.O.W., aged 39,
  with the 7th Bn., and is buried in Bucquoy Road Cemetery, Ficheux, France. (NEF)  £460


1204.  Group of Two
  B.W.M. and Victory. 2/Lieut. G.F. Bishop.
   Recipient was K.I.A. aged 34, serving with 13th Bn., Royal Fusiliers, on 4-4-1918 and is commemorated on
  the Arras Memorial.  (EF)  £285


1205.  Group of Three
  1914-15 Star L/Cpl. O.N. Tugwell R. Fusiliers. B.W.M. and Victory. 2/Lieut. O.N. Tugwell.
 Recipient D.O.W., aged 28, serving with 4th Bn - Attd. 1st Bn - West Yorkshire R., on 22-4-1917, and buried
  in Bethume Town Cemetery. He was the son of the Rev. and Mrs. L.S. Tugwell of Hampstead Heath. (NEF)  £450


1206.  Group of Two
  B.W.M. and Victory. Pte. H.W. Fox. Northumberland Fus.
   Recipient was K.I.A., aged 31 serving with 10th Bn. Yorkshire Regt on 25-11-1916, and is buried in Vermelles
  British Cemetery. He resided in Barford, Norfolk, and was formerly in the Norfolk Regt. M.I.C. shows no
  entitlement to Star.  Mounted in fitted glass-fronted frame. (EF)  £240


1207.  Family Group - Two Brothers.

   1. 1914-15 Trio. Spr. F. Malpass. R.E.
       Memorial Plaque. Frederick Malpass.
   K.I.A., aged 27, with 126 Field Coy R.E. on 22-3-1918, and commemorated on the Pozieres Memorial.

   2. B.W.M. and Victory. Pte. A. Malpass. Notts & Derby R.
       Memorial Plaque. Arthur Malpass.
   K.I.A., aged 25, with 2nd Bn., on 19-9-1918, and commemorated on the Vis-En-Artois Memorial, France.

 The son’s of Charles and Ann Malpass of Rose Cottage, Woodsceaves, Stafford.
Sold with the relevant Memorial Registers (Nos 16 and 27).
Plaque somewhat polished.  (GVF)  £535


1208.  Group of Three
  1914-15 Trio. Lieut. G.W. Bolton (2. Lieut. E. Yorks R on Star)
 Recipient was K.I.A. on 24-4-1918 and is commemorated on the Tyne Cot Memorial, Belgium. He resided
  in Sutton, Surrey.  (NEF)  £575


1209.  Group of Three
  1914-15 Trio. Pte. S. Hocking. Welsh R.
 Recipient was K.I.A., with the 2nd Bn., on 25-9-1915 and is commemorated on the Loos Memorial.
  First day of Loos. (NEF)  £235


1210.  Group of Three
  1914 Star Trio. Pte. J. Garson. Northumberland Yeomanry.
 Recipient D.O.W., aged 28, with “B” Sqn. North’d Hussars on 21-11-1914 and is buried in Boulogne
  Eastern Cemetery, France.  (EF)  £535


1211.  Group of Three
  1914-15 Trio. 2/Lieut. W.F. Simkins. (Pte. W.F. Simkins. 4th Infantry on Star)
  Memorial Plaque Walter Francis Simkins.
   Recipient was K.I.A., aged 21, serving with 3rd Bn., Attd. 2nd Bn., Duke of Wellington’s (West Riding) Regt.,
  and is commemorated on the Thiepval Memorial. He formerly served in German South West Africa before
  travelling to England, becoming attached to the Royal Flying Corps, before transferring and being given a commission
  in the West Riding Regt. Sold with original letter forwarding the B.W.M. and Victory Medals, and original
  newspaper cuttings reporting his death. (EF)  £655


1212.  Group of Three
  1914-15 Trio. Pte. H. Teague. Monmouth R.
 Recipient was K.I.A., with the 1st Bn., on 8-5-1915, and is commemorated on the Menin Gate, Ypres Memorial.
  He was born in Shamokin, U.S.A., and enlisted in Blaina, Mon. (NEF)  £350


1213.  Group of Three
  1914-15 Trio. Pte. S.H. James. E. Surrey R.
   Recipient D.O.W., on 15-11-1918 whilst serving with 3rd Bn R. Fusiliers and is buried in St. Sever Cemetery
  Extension, Rouen. Resided in Dulwich.  (NEF)  £185


1214.  Group of Two
  B.W.M. and Victory. Capt. F. Bisset (Somerset Lt. Infy)
 Recipient D.O.W. on 16-4-1918 and is buried in Lapugnoy Military Cemetery.  (NEF)  £275


1215.  Group of Three
  1914-15 Trio. Dvr. G.R. Huntley R.A. (R.F.A. on Star)  
 Recipient D.O.W. on 12-4-1918 whilst serving with 47th Bty., 41st Bde., R.F.A. and is buried in Etaples 
  Military Cemetery. (GVF)  £170


1216.  Group of Three
  1914-15 Trio. Spr. H. Bower R.E. 
  Memorial Plaque. Harold Bower.
 Recipient was K.I.A. in Gallipoli aged 19, with 1st W.R. Field Coy, on 28-4-1915 - an early Gallipoli
  casualty. He was born and enlisted in Sheffield and resided in Crookes.  (EF)  £425


1217.  Group of Three
  B.W.M. and Victory, and Territorial Force War Medal. Pte. D. Duncan R. Warwick R.
   Recipient D.O.W., aged 27 serving with 2nd /7th Bn., on 8-7-1916 and is buried in Pont-Du-Hem Military
  Cemetery, La Gorgue, France. He resided in Forfar and previously served with the Highland Cyclist Bn. (NEF)  £675


1218.  Group of Three
  1914 Star Trio. Pte. S.R. Billingsley. 2/K.R. Rif.C.
   Recipient was K.I.A., aged 19, on 9-5-1915, and is commemorated on the Le Touret Memorial. He was born and
  resided in Nechells, Birmingham. He landed in France on 22-8-1914 and would be entitled to the Aug/Nov clasp.
Sold with three bronze-gilt commemorative medals - Birmingham Corporation Commemoration 1902, 
commemorating opening of Birmingham University 1909, and Birmingham Peace Medal 1914-1919.  £320


1219.  Group of Three
  1914-15 Trio. Pte. A.S. Izatt K.R. Rif. C.
 Recipient D.O.W., aged 22 with 1st Bn on 22-3-1915, and is buried in Boulogne Eastern Cemetery. He was
  born and resided in Leytonstone, Essex.  (EF)  £185


1220.  Group of Three
  1914-15 Trio. T. McEwan C.P.O. R.N.V.R.
 Drowned, aged 28 whilst serving with Drake Bn. R.N.D. on 2-9-1916 and buried in Divion Communal
  Cemetery, France.  (EF)  £375


1221.  Group of Three
1914-15 Star. 2/Lieut. H.A. Churchward. 2/Co. of London Yeomanry.
B.W.M. & Victory. Lieut. H.A. Churchward.
Memorial Plaque Hubert Alan Churchward.

Recipient landed with his regiment in Gallipoli on 16-10-1915 and later served in Egypt before transferring to the R.F.C. and training as a pilot. He joined No. 9 Sqn., R.F.C. in France. On 12-8-1917 his aircraft, an R.E.8 was driven down by an enemy action whilst on photographic reconnaissance duties near Boesinghe and badly damaged, and his observer wounded. Five days later, on 17-8-1917 he was reported missing when his aircraft failed to return from another mission over France. He was presumed dead and is commemorated on the Arras Flying Services Memorial.
Lieut. Was aged 25, was educated privately and at Corpus Christi College, Cambridge, and was the son of the Rev. and Mrs. M.W. Churchward of Clapham Common, London. He joined No. 9 Sqn on 21-7-1917 and was killed  four weeks later.

Sold with original commissioning parchment appointing H.A. Churchward to be an Officer in the Territorial Force from 21st May 1915 -
2nd County of London (Westminster Dragoons) Yeomanry.  (EF)  £1795


1222.  Group of Three
  1914-15 Trio. Pte. J.G. Cummings. High Lt. Infy.
  K.I.A. with 6th Bn in Gallipoli, on 12-7-1915. Mounted for display.  (NEF)  £195



1224.  Group of Two
  B.W.M. and Victory. Sgt. S.N. Spence. 41 Bn. A.I.F. D.O.W., aged 41, with the 41st Bn., on 7-10-1917 and
  buried in Lijssenthoek Military Cemetery, Belgium.  (EF)  £425 PHOTOS


1225.  Group of Three
  1914-15 Trio. Cpl. C. Hughes. R.W. Fus.
 Recipient was K.I.A., on 25-9-1915 - First day of Loos - with the 1st Bn and is commemorated on the Loos
  Memorial. Sold with forwarding slip for 1914-15 Star.  (EF)  £295 PHOTOS

1226.  Group of Two
  B.W.M. and Victory. 2/Lieut. R.G. Austin. Recipient enlisted into the Royal Sussex Regt. on 11-10-1915 and  transferred to the Machine Gun Corps on 1-1-1916. He was commissioned on 25-5-1917 and was K.I.A., aged 22,    on 26-10-1918, with 257 Coy M.G.C.
He is commemorated on the Basra Memorial. Sold with copy papers. (EF)  £265


1227.  Group of Three
  1914 Star Trio. Pte. .J.J. Edwards. 1/R.W. Kent R.
   K.I.A. on 23-4-1915 during the Advance on Pilckem when the Bn suffered 107 casualties killed, wounded
  or missing. Born and enlisted Woolwich, Kent.  (NEF)  £275


1228.  Group of Three
  1914-15 Trio. Pte. T.E. Peers. Manchester R. 
  Memorial Plaque. Thomas Edward Peers.
  (surname spelt “Pears” on Star, but numbers tally)
   Recipient was K.I.A. with 1/8th Territorial Bn on 4-6-1915 in Gallipoli during the third Battle of Krithia.
  He was born in Didsbury, Manchester.  (NEF)  £350


1229.  Group of Two
  1914-15 Star and Victory Medal. Jemadar Gul Akhmad 53/Sikhs. F.F. (B.W.M. missing)
   K.I.A. on 14-1-1916 during the Relief of Kut, and is commemorated on the Basra Memorial. (GVF)  £160


1230.  Group of Two
  B.W.M. and Victory. Pte. F.J. Bermingham. K.R. Rifle C.
   Recipient was K.I.A. with the 2nd Bn., on 31-3-1918 and is commemorated on the Pozieres Memorial.
He was born, enlisted and resided, in Poplar, London/ M.I.C. shows no entitlement to Star. (GVF)  £85


1231.  Group of Three
  1914-15 Trio. 2/Lieut. A. Dunkley. Worcester R.
   Memorial Plaque Alexander Dunkley.
   Recipient K.I.A. with 12th Attd. 9th Bn Worcester Regt., on 9-4-1916, and commemorated on the Basra Memorial, Iraq. (EF)  £950


1232.  Group of Two
  B.W.M. and Victory. Pte. E. Arnett. 21-London R. D.O.W. on 12-7-1916 and buried in Barlin Communal  Cemetery Extension.
  Sold with M.I.C. which shows no entitlement to Stars. (GVF)  £85


1233.  Group of Two
  B.W.M. and Victory. Pte. J. Borrie. Rifle Bde. K.I.A., aged 27, with 1st Bn on 9-4-1917 and buried in Brown’s
  Copse Cemetery, Roeux, Pas De Calais.  Enlisted and resided in Fulham. (GVF)  £85


1234.  Group of Three
  1914-15 Trio. Dvr. J. Finn. R.A. (R.F.A. on Star)
   Recipient died on 2-11-1915 whilst serving with “D” Bty, 55th Bde, R.F.A. and is buried in Alexandria (Chatby)
  Military and War Memorial Cemetery. He was born and enlisted in Aberdare. (GVF)  £160


1235.  Group of Three
  1914-15 Trio. Pte. J. Greatorex. Rifle Brigade.
   K.I.A. with 7th Bn., on 22-6-1916 and buried in Faubourg D’Amiens Cemetery, Arras. Born and resided in
  Hackney. Sold with covering letter forwarding effects to parents. (NEF)  £195


1236.  Group of Three
  1914-15 Trio. J.R.S. Mead. A.B. R.N.V.R. Recipient was K.I.A. in Gallipoli on 27-12-1915 whilst serving
  with Hawke Bn. R.N. Div. and is commemorated on the Helles Memorial, Gallipoli. (EF)  £365


1237.  Group of Three
  1914 Star Trio. Dvr. A. Hawkins. R.E.
  D.O.W. on 4-11-1914 whilst serving with 7th Field Coy R.E. Born and enlisted in Bristol. Buried in Bailleul
  Communal Cemetery (Nord). (NEF)  £230


1238.  Group of Three
  1914 Star Trio. Pte. J. Brown A.S.C. (Dvr. on Star)
   K.I.A. on 11-9-1918 whilst serving with 13th Bn., R. Fusiliers. (NEF)  £220


1239.  Group of Three
  1914-15 Trio. 2/Lieut. H.E. Mallandaine. 1/97 Infy.
 Recipient was K.I.A., on 9-3-1916 and is commemorated on the Basra War Memorial, Iraq. (NEF)  £725

 
1240.  Group of Three
  1914-15 Trio. Lieut. C.R. Prendergast. 28/Punjabis.
  Memorial Plaque Charles Randolph Prendergast.

   Recipient was K..I.A., aged 28 in Mesopotamia on 21-1-1916 and is commemorated on the Basra Memorial.
  He was born in 1888, the son of Major General and Mrs. C.L. Prendergast, late Bengal Infy. He was educated
  at Cheltenham College from 1900 to 1907, then R.M.C. Sandhurst, and was commissioned into the Royal Munster
  Fusiliers in 1910, transferring to the Indian Army in 1914. His school obituary lists him as being mentioned in
  despatches, but we have not researched this. (NEF)  £1150


1241.  Group of Three
  1914-15 Trio. Pte. F. Lawrence. Yorks Lt. Infy.
   Recipient died on 1-7-1918 whilst attached to 485th Home Service Employment Coy., Labour Corps and is
  buried in Scunthorpe Cemetery. Sold with forwarding slips for medals and medal boxes. (EF)  £170


1242.  Group of Two
  B.W.M. and Victory. Pte. F. Parkinson. R. Lanc. R.
  Recipient D.O.W. in F. & F. on 27-3-1918. Born and enlisted in Lancaster. (EF)  £95


1243.  Group of Three
  1914-15 Trio. Pte. C. Fuller. 3 - London R.
   Died during the Great Storm at Gallipoli on 28th November 1915, & commemorated on the Helles Memorial. (NEF)  £295


1244.  Group of Five - Family Group - 2 Brothers.

1914 Star Trio - Pte. W. Holwell. 1/Lincoln R.  
Recipient was injured during a bayonet charge at La Bassee in December 1914 and was shipped home.
He was operated on but contracted pneumonia & died on 31-1-1915, aged 33.
He is buried in Newark on Trent Cemetery.

1914-15 Star and Victory Medal - Pte. J. Holwell. Notts and Derby R.
K.I.A., on 23-4-1917, aged 25, and commemorated on the Arras Memorial. Both brothers were born and enlisted in Newark.
Sold with a photo copy of a picture, and the report of the death of Pte. W. Hollwell and a photograph of his headstone,
and copies of the war diary of the 1/Lincolns from 1-11-1914 to 31-12-1914. (NEF)  £495


1245.  Group of Two
  B.W.M. and Victory. R.R. Rolling. O.Tel. R.N. Died on 13-2-1921 whilst serving on HMS Pembroke and
  buried in Sutton and Cheam (Sutton Cemetery) (NEF)  £78


1246.  Group of Three
  1914-15 Trio. Gnr. H. Brown R.A. (R.F.A., on Star) Died on 18-12-1920 whilst attached to 19th Lines of
  Communication Supply Coy, and buried in Kantara War Memorial Cemetery, Egypt. Sold with M.I.C. which
  confirms service in both R.F.A. and R.A.S.C.  (NEF)  £150


1247.  Family Group - Father and Three Sons.

  Father Jubilee 1887 - Metropolitan Police. P.C. G. Thomas. S. Divn.

  Son  B.W.M. & Victory. 2/Lieut. W.E. Thomas.
          Memorial Plaque Walter Edward Thomas K.I.A. on 21-9-1918
          with the 16th Bn. R. Sussex R. and is buried in Unicorn Cemetery, Vend’Huile.

  Son  1914-15 Star and B.W.M. Pte. F.C. Thomas. Northumberland Fus.
          Memorial Plaque Frederick Charles
          Thomas. K.I.A. with the 12th Bn., on 27-9-1915, and commemorated on the Loos Memorial

  Son  1914-15 Trio. Pte. S.H. Thomas. 4-Dragoon Gds. Defence Medal.  (EF)  £875 PHOTOS


1248.  Group of Three
  1914-15 Trio. Pnr. J. Hay. R.E.
   Memorial Plaque. John Hay. 
 Recipient died in Gallipoli on 9-8-1915 whilst serving in 67th Fd. Coy. R.E. & commemorated on the Helles
  Memorial.  (NEF)  £325


1249.  Group of Three
  1914-15 Trio. T/Sgt. W.F. Berry. Oxf. & Bucks Lt. Infy.
  Memorial Plaque William Frank Berry.
 Recipient was K.I.A. with the 1st Bn. In the Persian Gulf on 22-11-1915.  (NEF)  £450



1251.  Group of Three
  1914-15 Trio. E.W. Clark A.B. R.N. Accidentally killed in a collision between the tug “Tenedos” & a
  picket boat belonging to HMS “Implacable” on 15th May 1917, & is buried in Mikra British Cemetery, Salonika. 
  He was 29 years old. (EF)  £175



1255.  1914 Star and Bar Trio. Pte. A. MacDonald. A.S.C. (GVF)  £165 Photos

1256.  1914 Star and Bar Trio. Bmbr. T. O’Halloran. R.F.A. - Copy Bar (NEF)  £135 PHOTOS

1257.  1914 Star and Bar Trio. Pte. E. Howard. N. Staffs. (Bandsman. L/N. Staff R. on Star)  Copy Bar. (GVF)  £210


1261.  1914 Star Trio. Pte. H. Wilson. 6/Dragoon Gds.  (GVF)  £205

1262.  1914 Star Trio. Pte. S. Fuller. Rifle Bde. Sold with M.I.C. which shows landing in France on 10-9-1914. (GVF)  £195

1263.  1914 Star Trio. Pte. T.W. Hudson. Leicester Yeomanry. Entitled to S.W.B. (Discharged 19-2-1915 - sickness) (NEF)  £325

1264.  1914 Star Trio. Cpl. J. Chown. 2/Middlesex R. (Pte. On Star)  Sold with M.I.C. (NEF)  £200

1265.  1914 Star Trio. Pte. J.H. Burden 1/Gordon Highrs. Reverse of Star slightly rubbed - otherwise (NEF)  £200

1266.  1914 Star Trio. Dvr. R. Handley R.F.A. (NEF)  £125

1267.  1914 Star Trio. Pte. E.A. Greenway. 1/K.R.R.C.. (GVF)  £195

1268.  1914 Star Trio. Pte, H.A. Abbott. 1/Middlesex R.  (NEF)  £195

1269.  1914 Star Trio. A/Cpl. J.W. Compton. Rifle Bde. (Ptd. 3/Rif. Brig. on Star.
Sold with Cap Badge, “D.S. & S”  enamel Lapel Badge, and Bedfordshire A.A.A. County Championship enamelled medal. (un-named) (GVF)  £205

1270.  1914 Star Trio. Pte. W. Sweeney. 2/Highland Lt. Infy.  (GVF)  £205

1271.  1914 Star Trio. Pte. H. Batchelor. Somerset L.I. (1/Som. L.I. on Star)  (GVF)  £200

1272.  1914-15 Trio.  Gnr. C.H. Welch. C.F.A. - Dvr. 2/Can. Div. A.C. on Star. (Canadian Divisional Ammunition Column)  (NEF)  £225

1277.  1914-15 Trio. A/Sgt. J. Fraser 10-Hussars (shoeing smith on Star) Sold with M.I.C. (Overseas 6-10-1914) (NEF)  £225

1279.  1914-15 Trio. Pte. B. Watson. Scottish Horse. (NEF)  £205

1280.  1914-15 Trio. Pte. G.R. Metcalfe. W. Riding R. Sold with M.I.C. Enlisted 3-9-1914. Discharged (wounds)
  5.4.1917.  (NEF)  £95

1281.  1914-15 Trio. Spr. C.W. King. 6-F.C.E. A.I.F. (wounded)  Mounted as worn.  (NEF)  £530

1282.  1914-15 Trio. Eng. Sub/Lieut. D.S. Birrell. R.N.R. (3. Eng. on Star)  (NEF)  £125

1283.  1914-15 Trio. Pte. J. Thornton. Durham L.I. Sold with two original “Dog Tags”  (NEF)  £90

1284.  1914-15 Trio. Pte. G. Lowerson. R.M. Sold with damaged boxes of issue and copy papers which record
  recipient as wounded on 29-12-1915. (EF)  £120

1285.  1914-15 Trio. Pte. J. Watts A.S.C. Entitled to S.W.B. No. T4/123331. - Discharged 29-4-1916. Sold
  with M.I.C. etc.. (NEF)  £65

1286.  1914-15 Trio. Lieut. T.M. Hunter R.N.V.R. (S/Lt on Star)  (NEF)  £195

1287.  1914-15 Trio. W.J. Dow. A.B. R.N.V.R. (NEF)  £135

1288.  1914-15 Trio. Payr. Lieut. C.C. Waddington. R.N.R. (Asst. Payr. on Star) (NEF)  £195

1289.  1914-15 Trio. Cpl. T. Shields R.A. (R.F.A. on Star) Sold with M.I.C. which shows recipient transferring from
  the R.F.A. to the A.P.C.  (NEF)  £72

1290.  1914-15 Trio. Pte. J. Boughan. 3-Co. of London Yeo. - with M.I.D. (L/G 10-7-1919 - whilst serving with
  M.G.C.) M.I.C.  (NEF)  £180

1291.  1914-15 Trio. Pte. W. Martin. 3-Co. of London Yeomanry.  (GVF)  £185

1292.  1914-15 Trio. Pte. H. Rogers. R.M.L.I. (GVF)  £100

1293.  1914-15 Trio. Lieut. W.J. Harboard R.N.R. Copy papers. (NEF)  £215

1294.  1914-15 Trio. Captain E. Murphy. A.I.F. (Lieut. 31 Bn A.I.F. on Star) (NEF)  £750

1295.  1914-15 Trio.  Pte. W.H. Lawrence. Yorks L.I.
Sold with bronze Tribute Medal “For Service and Sacrifice 1914-1918” R.I.O.  (NEF)  £105

1296.  1914-15 Trio. Payr. Lt. Cdr. H.R. Stock R.N. (Ast. Payr. on Star)
Sold with Silver Sports Medal - billiard players embossed on the obverse. Reverse engraved “E.B.L. 1934-35. Winners Topsham C.C. H.R. Stock”. (NEF)  £215

1297.  1914-15 Trio  Sub-Lieut. H.S. Read. R.N.V.R. (A.B. M.F.A. on Star) Mounted as worn.  (NEF)  £145

1298.  1914-15 Trio. Pte. W.S. Griggs. R.M.A. (NEF)  £105

1299.  1914-15 Trio. D.T. McKenzie A.B. R.N.V.R. (D.F. McKenzie on Star - number tallies) (NEF)  £96

1300.  1914-15 Trio. Pte. H.A. Gearing. A.V.C. (GVF)  £95

British War Medal and Victory Medal pairs.

1301.  B.W.M. & Victory.  Pte. M. Kielty. R.M.L.I.  (NEF)  £40
1302.  B.W.M. & Victory. Pte. A. Halliday. Army Cyclist Cps.  (EF)  £60
1303.  B.W.M. & Victory. Pte. S. Whitby. R. Innis Fus. (NEF)  £68

1304.  B.W.M. & Victory. Pte. E.G. Stapley. R. Irish Regt. (NEF)  £88

1306.  B.W.M. & Victory. Pte. 2. W. McGrorey. R.A.F.  (EF)  £40

1315.  B.W.M. & Victory. Kpl. H.E. Vanniekerk. 1 Ste. Z.A.R. (Victory - South African pattern)  (EF)  £90

1316.  B.W.M. & Victory. Rev. A.S. Dunlop - with M.I.D.  (NEF)  £350

1317.  B.W.M. & Victory. Pte. C.W. Baxter. N. Staff. R.  (NEF)  £36

1318.  B.W.M. & Victory. Pte. G.J. Preece Middlesex R.  (NEF)  £36
1319.  B.W.M. & Victory. Pte. H.F. Else. Middlesex R. (NEF)  £36
1320.  B.W.M. & Victory. Pte. S. Bradley. Middlesex R.  (NEF)  £36
1321.  B.W.M. & Victory. Pte. E. Shanklin. Middlesex R.  (NEF)  £36

1322.  B.W.M. & Victory. Pte. T.H. Pearce. Lancashire Fus. (NEF)  £36
1323.  B.W.M. & Victory. Pte. F. Tyler. Lancashire Fus.  (NEF)  £36

1324.  B.W.M. & Victory. A.E. Biggar. V.A.D. Sold with M.I.C. (NEF)  £96

1325.  B.W.M. & Victory. Cpl. J.G. Bagnell. A.P.C. (Army Pay Cps) (GVF)  £75


1326.  B.W.M. & Victory. 2/Lieut. A.L. Crozier (R.F.A.)
Also entitled to 1914-15 Star (Bmbr R.F.A.) and Military Cross (M.C.) - L/G 8-3-1919 - 2/Lt. A.L. Crozier R.F.A. (S.R.), Attd. 23rd A. Bde. - “For conspicuous gallantry and power of command at a critical moment. On 5th Oct. 1918 at La Baraque, a complete team was blown up by shell  fire on the road. He took immediate command of the situation, bound up the wounded, cleared the road, and led the remainder of the Battery through the hostile fire without further casualties”. Sold with M.I.C. (GVF)  £300


1327.  B.W.M. & Victory. S. Simpson A.B. R.N.V.R.  (NEF)  £30

1328.  B.M.W. & Victory. S.J. Bailey. B.R.C. & St. J.J.  (NEF)  £60

1329.  B.W.M. & Victory.  Gnr. E. Chafer R.A. (NEF)  £28

1330.  B.W.M. & Victory.  Sub-Lieut. R.T. Lewis R.N.V.R. (NEF)  £75

1331.  B.W.M. & Victory.  Pte. T. Lupton. Monmouth R. Sold with M.I.C. which shows no entitlement to Star. (NEF)  £88

1332.  B.W.M. & Victory. Lieut. C.A. Barrell. Royal Marines. (GVF)  £170

1333.  B.W.M. & Victory.  Pte. E.E. Roe. The Queen’s R. Sold with M.I.C. - No entitlement to Star. (NEF)  £36

1334.  B.W.M. & Victory.  Eng. S. Lieut. G.W. Gilbert. R.N.R. (NEF)  £78

1335.  B.W.M. & Victory.  Pte. T.R. Scully. Rifle Bde.  (NEF)  £35

1336.  B.W.M. & Victory.  Pte. F.G. Leach. R.M.L.I. (NEF)  £50

1337.  B.W.M. & Victory.  2/Lieut. W.W. Marsters. Sold with copy papers which show enlisting in the A.S.C. on
  6-9-1915 and being commissioned into that corps on 15-4-1918.  (NEF)  £85

1338.  B.W.M. & Victory.  Pte. J.T. Austin. R.W. Fus.  (NEF)  £60

1339.  B.W.M. & Victory.  Pte. R. Cheshire. Welsh R.  (NEF)  £60

1340.  B.W.M. & Victory.  Pte. 2. J. Arthur. R.A.F.  (NEF)  £40

1341.  B.W.M. & Victory.  Pte. W. Eckersall. Welsh R.  (GVF)  £60

1342.  B.W.M. & Victory.  Pte. A.G. Evans. Welsh R. Mounted as worn.  (GVF)  £60

1343.  B.W.M. & Victory.  Pte. J./L. Kennedy. Monmouth R. (GVF)  £100

1344.  B.W.M. & Victory.  Pte.1. S.I. White. R.A.F.  (NEF)  £40

1345.  B.W.M. & Victory.  Payr. S/Lieut. A. Thomas. R.N.R. (NEF)  £78

1346.  B.W.M. & Victory.  Paymaster S. Lieut. J.H. Hunt. R.N.R. Confirmed no entitlement to Star. (NEF)  £78

1347.  B.W.M. & Victory.  Pte. 2. H. Marles. R.A.F. (NEF)  £40





   
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RENAMED, ERASED & DAMAGED MEDALS

   
1348.  S.E. Asia 1945-46 - Clasp only.  (NEF)  £12

1354.  Abyssinia. Cpl. J.R. Dawe. 7th Co. R.E. - Renamed.  (NEF)  £165

1355.  I.G.S. 1854. 1 Bar Burma 1885-7. Pte. A. McKay. 2. R. Scots Fus. - Renamed - Sold with copy papers. (NEF)  £90

1358.  E. & W. Africa. 1 Bar Gambia 1894. Details erased.  (GVF)  £110

1360.  Q.S.A. 4 Bars Talana/Def. Of L’Smith/OFS/SA’02. Pte. J. Carley. K.R.R.C. - Renamed. Sold with copy
  papers which show entitlement to Def. Of L’Smith and O.F.S. Bars, and confirm service in W.W.1. (VF)  £145

1365.  Air Efficiency Award. Details erased. Geo. V1. 1st type. (NEF)  £68

1367.  Egypt 1882. No Bar. Pte. John Gillanders. 32nd Coy R.M.L.I. - renamed.
Sold with Khedives Star 1882 named as above. Egypt Medal pitted - (NVF) Star (GVF)  £150

1368.  Queens Mediterranean Medal. Cpl. A.G. Kelly. S.W. Borderers - renamed.  (NEF)  £235

1369.  G.S.M. 1 Bar Malaya Geo. V1. Pte. Lazaro Naluso K.A.R. Naming faint but readable.  (NVF)  £40

1370.  I.G.S. 1854. 1 Bar Northwest Frontier. Details neatly erased.  (NEF)  £150

1371.  Distinguished Conduct Medal (D.C.M.) Geo. V. Tailors copy. Silver  (NEF)  £120

1372.  Colonial Prison Service Long Service. Eliz. 11. Ch. Warder Mohd Lancy Bin Kaman. Fed. Of Malaya -
  Officially renamed. (NEF)  £350

1373.  I.G.S. 1895 1 Bar Punjab Fr. L/Sgt. David Smee. 2nd Bn. R. Inniskilling Fus. Skillfully renamed. (VF)  £120




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Mint = In as new condition as issued by the Mint.
EF = Extremely Fine, in an almost unworn condition.
NEF = Nearly Extremely Fine.
GVF = Good Very Fine.
VF = Very Fine, slight wear on the high points of the design, surface marks from contact.
NVF = Nearly Very Fine.
GF = Good Fine.
F  = Fine, slight wear overall, surface marks and perhaps edge knocks.

  


   
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