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WW1 South Wales Borderers September 1914 Casualty "Mons" Star.
1914 Star, awarded to "13097 PTE E.W. ELLIOTT S. WALES BORD".
Private Edwin William Elliott was Killed in Action on the 26th September 1914, having landed in France on the 13th September 1914
Code: 52078Price: 140.00 GBP
WW1 Memorial Plaque Card Case.
A good example of the card case for the Death Plaque.
Code: 50819Price: 25.00 GBP
WW1 RNAS / WW2 Winchester Home Guard Group of Three Medals.
Awarded to F.3749 N.J. Appleton L.M. RNAS. Comprising: British War Medal, Victory Medal, Defence Medal. Each medal is contained in the Box of Issue with details to the lid. The Defence Medal box is addressed to Mr Appleton living in Winchester and accompanied by a forwarding letter from the Territorial Army and Air Force Association of Hampshire and the Isle of White, this with ink name. Near VGC
Norman John Appleton enlisted into the RNAS on the 7th April 1915. He came from Burghfield, Reading, Berkshire. He was discharged in April 1919
Code: 50163Price: 110.00 GBP
Queen Alexandra's Royal Army Nursing Corps General Service Medal Malaya.
Awarded to "LT A . WAYTE Q.A.R.A.N.C.". Contained in an original Malaya GSM forwarding box. The box with details for a "Lt. A. Pearson QARANC". VGC
Code: 50310Price: 220.00 GBP
WW1 Royal Garrison Artillery Pair of Medals.
This British War Medal and Victory Medal were awarded to 34830 GNR A.S. DAVIES RA." Accompanied by his Church Lads Brigade Certificate, showing that he was serving in 1905.
Gunner Albert S Davies is confirmed as serving with the RGA and being issued the pair only.
Code: 50286Price: 40.00 GBP
2nd Bn Devonshire Regiment India General Service Medal, clasp “Burma 1889-92
A good example awarded to “1541 Pte M. Morris 2nd Bn Devon Regt”. GC
Code: 52026Price: 225.00 GBP
Royal Marines Campaign Service Medal, clasp South Arabia
Awarded to "RM 24256 D. Mc Court MNE RM". Mounted for wearing as a single medal.
Marine David Mc Court died in April 1988 after leaving the "Royals". He was a heavy plant driver and was killed when his road roller slipped down an embankment near Plymouth
Code: 52027Price: 165.00 GBP
Lancashire Special Constabulary Group Leader Medal Possibly Lancashire Fusiliers DCM Winner.
A good George VI example awarded to "Group Ldr Thomas Leeming". Complete with Long Service 1948 Clasp and original named box of issue. The box with the additional inscription of "36 Park Road Adlington".
The medal is believed to have been awarded to former Sergeant T. Leeming of the 1/5th Lancashire Fusiliers who was awarded the DCM for gallantry during the German Spring Offensive of March 1918. The London Gazette confirms his home town as Adlington.
Code: 52021Price: 50.00 GBP
Royal Highland Fusiliers Campaign Service Medal Clasp Northern Ireland
A good example awarded to 24342337 Fud D Martin RHF. GC.
Code: 52024Price: 85.00 GBP
WW2 Pacific Star.
A good example, retaining original ribbon Unnamed as issued.
Code: 52028Price: 35.00 GBP
South African Constabulary Boer War two clasp Queen's South Africa Medal.
A good example awarded to "807 3rd Cl Tpr C.H. Jefferies SAC". Beraing the clasps "Cape Colony", "Orange Free State" GC.
Code: 51028Price: 125.00 GBP
WW1 Memorial Plaque
Issued to commemorate the ultimate sacrifice of “Herbert William Saunders” GC.
Two possibilities one serving with the Essex Regiment the other the Army Service Corps.
Code: 50072Price: 75.00 GBP
WW1 1918 Royal West Kent Regiment / Royal East Kent Mounted Rifles Casualty Medal Group.
Awarded to 204636 Private Herbert William Blunden, who died 30th April 1918. Comprising: British War Medal, Victory Medal, "PTE R.W. KENT R". These contained in box of issue and retaining registered envelope addressed to Mrs E Blunden of Tadworth Surrey.
Bronze Memorial Plaque "HERBERT WILLIAM BLUNDEN", This complete with Buckingham Palace letter, paper envelope, Registered envelope addressed Mr I Blunden same address.
Private Herbert William Blunden was born at Tadworth Surrey, enlisting at Epsom, originally into the Royal East Kent Mounted Rifles. Transferring to the 7th Bn Royal West Kent Regiment, he landed in France after 1915 being awarded the pair only. He died on the 30th April 1918.
Code: 52013Price: 280.00 GBP
WW1 1st Bn Monmouthshire Regiment Officer's Group of Medals.
Awarded to Second Lieutenant Ivor Roger Edwards, who as a Territorial service with the RAMC, before being commissioned into the 1st Monmouthshire Regiment. Comprising: 1914/15 Star, "458 PTE IR EDWARDS RAMC", British War Medal, Victory Medal, "2. LIEUT I.R. EDWARDS". Medals loose.
Second Lieutenant Ivor Roger Edwards was born in 1893 at Bedwellty, Monmouthshire and in 1911 was living at Battersea. He enlisted into the RAMC and landed in France on the 8th May 1915. He was commissioned on the 31st July 1917 into the 1st Bn Monmouthshire Regiment and saw further overseas service. His medals were issued in 1925.
Code: 51921Price: 160.00 GBP
Royal Marines Two Clasp Campaign Service Medal.
Awarded to RM 21219 J. Rhodes Mne RM. Bearing the clasps Borneo South Arabia. Clasp unofficially attached. Originally mounted as worn with pin. Good Condition.
Code: 51887Price: 225.00 GBP
Royal Army Service Corps Army Long Service & Good Conduct Medal.
A good Elizabeth II example awarded to "T.320851 W.O. Cl2 C. Wiffen RASC. Mounted Court style as worn.
Code: 51880Price: 60.00 GBP
WW2 RAF St.John Ambulance Long Service Group of Five Medals.
Awarded to "1853285 LAC J. CUTHBERT RAF". Comprising: 1939/45 Star, Defence Medal, War Medal, General Service Medal, clasp "Palestine 1945-48 "LAC RAF", St.John Ambulance Long Service Medal with Four Claps, "CDT/OFF J. CUTHBERT LONDON S.J.A.B. 1955". Mounted as originally worn.
Code: 51868Price: 150.00 GBP
WW1 Suffolk Regiment WW2 Air Training Corps Officer's Group of Medals.
This group was awarded to Flight Lieutenant James Clarence Cooper a Great War Officer with the Suffolk Regiment and ATC Squadron Commander. Comprising: British War Medal, Victory Medal "2. Lieut J.C. Cooper", Cadet Forces Medal (GVIR) "Act Flt Lt J.C. Cooper RAFVR (T)" Mounted as originally worn. GC. .... Accompanied by a forwarding Air Ministry envelope dated 1950 addressed to Leytonstone. .... Uniform medal bar. .... Pair of Army uniform shoulder straps with Lieutenant rank Stars.
<-> Flight Lieutenant James Clarence Cooper is confirmed as serving with the Suffolk Regiment during the Great War, MIC confirming the address his medals were sent, which is a match to the address on the AM envelope. He landed in France on the 12th April 1917, his WW1 medals being issued in 1923.
Code: 50188Price: 200.00 GBP
WW1 9th Bn Lancashire Fusiliers 1917 Casualty Group of Medals.
Awarded to 21220 Pte. J. Bostock Lan Fus. Comprising: 1914/15 Star, British War Medal (correct service number initial W.), Victory Medal, Bronze Memorial Plaque “James Bostock”. Medals loose GC.
Private James Bostock a native of Smithy Bridge Nr Rochdale Manchester died on the 17th August 1917. At this time he was serving with the 9th BN
Code: 50064Price: 275.00 GBP
WW1 Royal Welsh Fusiliers Officer's Pair of Medals.
Attributed to Second Lieutenant Frank Archibold Stringer. Comprising: British War Medal, Victory Medal "2 LIEUT F.A. STRINGER",Original ribbons. ... Box of issue.
A search through the Medal Index Cards has located only one possibility Serving in the ranks with the REF he was commissioned into the Regiment on the 28th March 1917. His card indicates that the medals were issued on the 18th September 1941. Pair only issued confirmed.
Code: 51514Price: 130.00 GBP
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