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List No.150
OCTOBER 2014


Police & Fire Brigade / Service medals and awards

King's Police Medal in case


Police Exemplary Medal



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Police Medals

48. I.G.S.  1854  1 Bar Looshai.  1st Class Sgt. Maung Lu Gau.  Thayetanyo Dist. Police.  (GVF)  £520


69. I.G.S.  1854  1 Bar Lushai 1889-92.  Sepoy Hardit Pande.  Mily. Police Bn.  Pyinmana. (GVF)  £485

70. I.G.S.  1854  1 Bar Lushai 1889-92.  Sepoy Dasarath Gurung.  Mily. Police Bn.   (VF)  £415 PHOTOS


74. I.G.S.  1854  2 Bars Chin Hills 1892-93/Burma 1887-89.  Sepoy Rallan Singh.  Aje-U-Mil. Police Bn. (NEF) £515

218. A.G.S.  1 Bar Kenya.  Const. Namai Sharara  (Policewoman)  Official correction to two letters of Christian name (NEF) £120

399. G.S.M.   1 Bar Brunei.  P/C Abot Bin Bojeng.  Sarawak Police.  (EF) £195

548. Kings Police Medal  Geo. V.  1st type.  Coinage Head.  C. Briavansing.  Sowar.  Palanpur Agency Police. (NEF) £1195 PHOTOS

Photos can be requested.

550. Kings Police Medal.  Geo. V.  Coinage Head.  Thomas Austin.  Insp. Burma Police.
 L/G 1-1-1913  -  “Conspicuous gallantry in arresting a criminal.  Inspector Austin distinguished himself in the arrest of an armed and dangerous criminal in Rangoon on the 18th January 1912.  An absconding offender was traced by the police to a house in East Rangoon.  It was known that the prisoner was armed, and he was
 believed to be prepared to go to any length in resisting capture.  The house was surrounded by the police, whereupon the man fired a number of revolver shots.  Inspector Austin nevertheless boldly entered the house, rushed into the inner room where the absconder was concealed, and grappled with him, and succeeded in
 taking forcibly from his hand a loaded revolver”. (NEF) £895


551. Indian Police Medal.  Geo. V. For distinguished conduct.  Subedar Fazal Dad Khan.  Burma Military Police. (NEF) £700

745. Royal Ulster Constabulary Service Medal.  R/Const. C.J. Heaney.  In fitted Royal Mint case of issue. (EF) £225 PHOTOS
747. Special Constabulary Faithful Service.  Geo. V.  Crowned Head.  John Mayhew.  (GVF) £11
748. Special Constabulary Faithful Service.  Geo. V.  Coinage Head.  Norman T. Knight.  (NEF) £12
749. Special Constabulary Faithful Service.  Geo. V1  1st type.  William Craig.   (NEF) £12
750. Special Constabulary Faithful Service.  Geo. V1  2nd type  (Fid Def)  Joseph Everett.  (NEF) £105

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

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

753. Special Constabulary Faithful Service.  Eliz. 11.  2nd type.  Robert Kincaid. (EF) £31
754. Special Constabulary Faithful Service   Eliz. 11.  Frank W. Hayward. (NEF) £33
755. Special Constabulary Faithful Service.  Eliz. 11.  2nd type  James Duncan.   (EF) £30

Photos can be requested.
756. Birmingham Special Constabulary Long Service.  1916.  Named on reverse “F. Salmon”  (NEF) £45


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


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


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


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


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


762. Police Exemplary Service. Geo. V1.  Sgt. Reginald L. Clark.   (EF) £48 PHOTOS
763. Police Exemplary Service.   Geo. V1.  Sgt. Edwin F. Lofting.   (EF) £48
764. Police Exemplary Service.   Eliz. 11.  2nd type.  Const.  Daniel Lowe.  (EF) £48
765. Police Exemplary Service.   Eliz. 11.  2nd type.  Const. Aubrey R.R. Brown. (EF) £48
766. Police Exemplary Service.   Eliz. 11.  2nd type.  Const. John Owen. (NEF) £48
767. Police Exemplary Service.   Eliz. 11.  2nd type.  Const. Alfred Vintner. (EF) £48

779. Ceylon Police L.S.G.C.   1950 issue.  Eliz. 11.  Const. G. Ginnoris.  Ceylon Police.
The medal is pitted and the naming is rubbed but readable. (FINE) £90


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

791. Coronation 1902  Metropolitan Police.  P.C.  A. Day.  E. Div.  (G £38

792. Coronation 1911  -  County and Borough Police.  Un-named as issued. (NEF) £86

794. Coronation 1911  -  Police Ambulance Service.  G.P. Simmons.  Only 130 medals with this reverse, issued.   (NEF) £950


910. 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

942. Group of Two
 Q.S.A.  6 Bars CC/Tugela Hts/OFS/Rel. of L’Smith/TVL/L. Nek.  Cpl. T. Mathews.  Military Foot Police.
 K.S.A.  Usual Two Bars.  Cpl. T. Matthews.  Mil. Foot Police.   (GVF) £375

948. 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

1082. Group of Two
 Defence Medal.
 Police Exemplary Service.  Eliz. 11  2nd type.  Sgt. Fred Smith. Mounted as worn. (NEF) £60  

1105. 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

1122. Group of Six
 1939-45, Burma, and Italy Stars.
 Police Exemplary Service.  Eliz. 11  2nd type.  Sgt. David Wilson. Mounted as worn.  (NEF) £140

1148. Group of Two
 Defence Medal. Police Exemplary Service.  Eliz. 11  2nd type.  Const. Leonard Parker.  Mounted as worn. (EF) £60

1149. Group of Two
 Defence Medal. Police Exemplary Service.  Eliz. 11  2nd type.  Const. John M. Pate. (EF) £60

1217. Group of Two
 Colonial Police M.S.M.  Eliz. 11.  Asst. Insp. Gideon Saint.  Nyasaland Police.
 Coronation Medal 1953 (NEF) £495

1226. 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

1461. West Midlands Police.  Queen’s Golden Jubilee Commemorative Medal 1952-2002.  Gilt 1½” diameter.  In
 fitted Royal Mint case of issue.  (EF) £26

 South Africa
1556. Two South African Police Medal for Combating Terrorism.  Adj. Off. J.J.  V/D Merwe
 South African Police Medal for Faithful Service.  Sergant J.J. Van Der Merwe 10-5-64.  Sold with career details.  Mounted as worn.  (GVF) £70 PHOTOS






Fire Brigade Medals  /  Fire Service Medals


578. Royal Society for the Protection of Life from Fire  silver.  Man & woman on obverse dated 1843. Un-named (NEF) £315


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

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

771. Fire Service Exemplary Service.  L/Fman.  S.S. Muirhead.  In fitted Royal Mint case of issue. (EF) £49

Photos can be requested.

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

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


774. National Fire Brigades Union Long Service - with “Ten Years” Bar.  Chas Thomas.  (Hon. Sec)  Ferndale F.B. 1918. Bronze.  (EF) £55
775. National Fire Brigade Union Long Service.  Bronze.  3470.  Fireman W. Bateman 1899-1909. (NEF) £40
776. National Fire Brigades Union Long Service - No Bar.  Bronze.  Numbered 3278. (NEF) £42


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


1011. 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

Photos can be requested.

1103. 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





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Condition and Grading of Medals


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.

 
Philip Burman
Established over 40 years
Dealer in British & Commonwealth

Orders, Decorations, & Medals
Member of the OMRS & OMSA

Telephone: (U.K.+44) 01553 840350

Email  Click here
medal-sales@military-medals.co.uk

The Cottage, Blackborough End, Kings Lynn, 
Norfolk, PE32 1SE, United Kingdom


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