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WW1 13th (1st North Wales) Bn Royal Welsh Fusiliers Tunnelling Coy Casualty Medal Group.

Awarded to "31138 PTE. A MARSH R.W. FUS". Comprising: 1914/15 Star, British War Medal, Victory Medal. These complete with original silk ribbons. .... Accompanied by a British War Medal, awarded to "29163 PTE A.E. MARSH L.N.LAN R."

Private Arthur Marsh died of wounds whilst attached to 254th Tunnelling Coy on the 7th April 1916. Private Marsh a native of New Mills Derbyshire, enlisted into the 13th Bn R.W.F. at Llandudno on the 31st May 1915 at the age of 19. He landed in France on the 1st December 1915 and appears to have volunteered for tunnelling duties been attached to the 254th Tunnelling Co. At the time of Pte March's death the 254th were operating in the northern Givenchy area.
The British War Medal awarded to Pte Albert E March is believed to be his brother who was awarded the BWM & VM.

Code: 51812Price:


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WW1 Original Silk Victory Medal Ribbon.

A good unused example. Length 22cm long

Code: 51805Price: 15.00 GBP


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Boer War / WW1 14th Hussars & Army Veterinary group of three medals.

Awarded to Sergeant Thomas A Scrase, who had served with the 14th Hussars during the Boer War and served with the Army Veterinary Corps during the Great War. Comprising: Queen’s South Africa Medal (Ghost dates to reverse correct engraved style naming) “2810 Pte T.A. Scrase 14/ Hrs” (official correction to surname) Four clasps “Cape Colony”, “Tugela Heights”, “Orange Free State”, “Relief of Ladysmith”, British War Medal, Victory Medal “SE-11815 Sjt AVC”. Medals loose GC.

Discharge time expired he volunteered for service in the Great War and is confirmed as receiving the pair only.

Code: 51800Price: 250.00 GBP


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WW2 / Malaya East Surrey Regiment / General List Officers Medal Group.

A good Officers long service unusually named group awarded to Captain H. Jeffery who served with the East Surrey Regiment. Comprising: 1939/45 Star, Defence Medal, War Medal, General Service Medal (EIIR) clasp Malaya (Capt H Jeffery Gen List), Regular Army Long Service & Good Conduct Medal (EIIR) (1761264WO Cl 2 H. Jeffery RASC). Mounted court style as originally worn. Last medal with contact marks. GC.

Captain H Jeffery was commissioned into the Reserve of Regular Officers, serving with the East Surrey Regiment. He resigned his commission on the 17th April 1964 due to age, at that time he is listed under the Home Counties Brigade.

Code: 51797Price: 250.00 GBP


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WW1 East Lancashire Regiment 1914/15 Star.

Awarded to "12861 L. CPL C TESTER E.LANC R". Retaining original silk ribbon.

Corporal Charles Herbert Tester enlisted on the 2nd September 1914. He landed in France on the 18th July 1915. and was discharged as a result of wounds on the 16th August 1916. He was awarded the silver war badge

Code: 51802Price: 40.00 GBP


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RAF WW2 Malayan Emergency Group of Four Medals.

Awarded to 553472 SGT R.V.F. LAMPKIN RAF. Comprising: Defence Medal, War Medal, General Service Medal (EIIR), clasp Malaya (SGT RAF), Royal Air Force Long Service & Good Conduct Medal. (SGT) Mounted as originally worn.

The service number would indicate Boy enterants.

Code: 50702Price: 125.00 GBP


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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


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WW1 1914 Star 1st Bn Seaforth Highlanders, Later Officer 18th (London Irish) London Regiment.

Awarded to "2097 PTE A.T. TWEDDLE 1/ SEA HIGHRS". Retaining original ribbon.

Captain Archibald Thomas Tweddle originally landed in France with the 1st Bn Seaforth Highlanders on the 7th November 1914. On the 21st July 1915 he was commissioned into the 1/18th Bn (London Irish) London Regiment. He appeared in a group photograph of the Battalion in the London Illustrated News on the 6th October 1915.

Code: 50914Price: 130.00 GBP


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WW1 1914 Blank Star.

A rare unnamed example, this does not appear to have been named or skimmed. GC.

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WW1 Kings Royal Rifle Corps Officers Medals and Badges.

This group was awarded to Captain George Hogarth Slater. Comprising: 1914/15 Star (Lieut K.R.Rif.C), British War Medal, Victory Medal (Capt). The medals are in good condition and remain mounted as originally worn. .... Accompanied by personal ID tags(Capt KRRC). .... Cap Badge boss. .... Buttons. .... Shoulder Titles. GC.

Captain George Hogarth Slater was commissioned into the 3rd Bn in September 1914, at this time serving as a Depot Bn at Winchester. He was posted overseas landing in France on the 16th May 1915. He was later awarded the Silver War Badge in 1919. The MIC states entry into France May 1916, this appears to be an error as the 1914/15 Star is clearly shown as issued with reference numbers. His son Wing Commander James Hogarth Slater AFC was shot down and killed when flying a Spitfire of 611 Squadron off the enemy coast in March 1943

Code: 50479Price: 325.00 GBP


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WW1 British Nurse with French Red Cross Group of Three Medals.

This unusual group was awarded to Claude St. John Garle Miller, a civilian who volunteered his services to the French Red Cross. Comprising: British War Medal, (C.St J G Miller), legion d'honneur, reconnaissance francaise medal (Gold class). Mounted as originally worn. .... Accompanied by contemporary mounted miniature medals. ... Also a bronze medallion. Overall GC rosette crown missing to the reconnaissance francaise medal

Claude St. John Garle Miller was born in 1883 and at the outbreak of WW1 volunteered his services to the French Red Cross. He died in 1951

Code: 50476Price: 350.00 GBP


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Leeds Rifles Royal Ancient Order of Buffaloes Lodge Medal.

This Buffalo medal depicts the badge of the Leeds Rifles and Lodge number 9287. The reverse is engraved Bro Eric Gorman. Minor age wear

Code: 51668Price: 35.00 GBP


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Royal Artillery three clasp 1895 India General Service Medal

Awarded to “99738 Acting Bombdr E. Blake 3rd F Bty RA”. Bearing the, three clasps “Punjab Frontier 1897-98”, “Samana 1897”, “Tirah 1897-98” GC Suspension slightly slack.

Confirmed on the medal roll.

Code: 50440Price: 300.00 GBP


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Cape Medical Staff Corps Casualty Queen’s South Africa Medal.

Awarded to Private F.P. Crawley CMSC, who died of disease on the 9th December 1900. Bears three clasps “Cape Colony”, “Orange Free State”, “Transvaal”. GC

Private F.P. Crawley is confirmed as serving with the Cape Medical Staff Corps and is shown as dying of disease at Winburg on the 9th December 1900.

Code: 51664Price: 220.00 GBP


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Supply & Transport Corps 1904 Tibet Medal.

A good bronze example awarded to “198 Cooly Bala Bahadria Chetni S & T Corps”. GC

Code: 51661Price: 125.00 GBP


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WW1 Inniskilling Fusiliers 1914 Star Pair of Medals

Awarded to 10369 Pte H Miller R Innis Fus. Comprising: 1914 Star (Pte R Innis Fus), British War Medal. GC.

Private Henry Miller enlisted in 1912 and landed in France on the 23rd August 1914, he later served with the Northumberland Fusiliers and was discharged with the issue of the Silver War Badge

Code: 51660Price: 140.00 GBP


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WW1 Memorial Plaque Card Envelope & Buckingham Palace Letter.

A good example.

Code: 51665Price: 40.00 GBP


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RAF WW2 / Malaya Emergency Officers Group of Medals.

Awarded to Squadron Leader C.W. Laing. Comprising: 1939/45 Star, Burma Star, Defence Medal, War Medal, General Service Medal, clasp "Malaya" (SQD LDR RAF). Mounted as originally worn. ... Accompanied by miniature medal group and uniform medal ribbon bar.

Code: 50803Price: 170.00 GBP


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Royal Navy Queens Korea Medal.

Awarded to P/SSX883004 P.J. Langridge ORD SMN RN GC.

Code: 50119Price: 140.00 GBP


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15th / 19th Hussars General Service Medal

A good example awarded to "19013462 L Cpl Stuart 15/19 H". GC.

Code: 50883Price: 125.00 GBP

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