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Queen’s South Africa Medal, 3 bars, Relief of Kimberley, Paardeberg, Driefontein, 3322 Private G. Turner, Gloucester Regiment, Killed in Action at Driefontein 10/03/1900
Arctic Medal, 1818-1855, award for “Arctic Discoveries” in the Polar Region, unnamed as issued. A rare attractive original example.
Queen’s South Africa Medal, 6 bars, King’s South Africa Medal, 2 bars, Bugler A. Curtis, 1st Bn Rifle Brigade, taken Prisoner of War at Groovlei on 26th Dec 1900.
Egypt Medal, dated 1882, no bar, Sepoy Heera, 20th Punjab Infantry.
North West Canada Medal 1885, no bar, Private Gustave “Gus” Turner, 63rd Rifles, Halifax Provisional Battalion. Joined the H.P.B. from the 63rd Halifax Rifles.
Kabul to Kandahar Star, 2015 Private J. Henderson, C Troop, 9th Lancers. Who went on Lord Robert’s Epic 300 Mile March before fighting in the Battle of Kandahar.
Ashantee 1873-4, Petty Officer Charles Withers, Royal Navy, HMS Bittern 73-74, with copy service papers.
Abyssinia War Medal, 1867-8, 1241 Private William Birtwistle, 26th Regiment of Foot, the Cameronians, later Scottish Rifles.
Battle of Jutland awarded Distinguished Service Medal with much prior service, Chief Stoker Arthur Harbour, HMS Superb at Jutland, DSM rim dated 31 May - 1 June 1916.
Turkish Crimea Medal, French issue, “La Crimee”, a rarely seen French type of this medal.
Distinguished Flying Corss Group of 6, dated 1944, attributed to Flt Lt iand Pilot Ian MacLaren Pearson, 7 Squadron, crashed in Germany on a night raid to Berlin, before...
Punjab Medal, bar Goojerat, Henry Clarke, 32nd Cornwall Regiment of Foot, came from Radford, Nottinghamshire.
Queen’s South Africa Medal, bar Natal, Orderley later Leader Edmund Pontifex Harrison, Imperial Hospital Corps. Son of Colonel Sir Robert Harrison RMLI.
Turkish Crimea Medal, 2068 Sergt John Lakin, 55th (Westmoreland) Regiment of Foot, wounded in action at Inkermann.
Turkish Crimea Medal, Pte William Grimson, 55th Regiment of Foot, fought at Alma, Inkermann and Sebastopol.
Knight Bachelor, K.B. Breast Badge, 1st Type, hallmarked 1926 for the first year of issue. Knighted Recipients could add the Prefix Sir to their name.
Knight Bachelor, Breast Badge, 2nd Type, hallmarked 1933, the recipient would have been “Knighted” by the Monarch and entitled to the prefix of Sir.
Waterloo Medal, 18th June 1815, Robert Wooler, 51st Regiment of Light Infantry, contemporarily re-engraved naming. Invalided in 1819 with Walcheren Fever.
QSA, bar Defence of Ladysmith, KSA, 2 bars, Private W.J. Best, Rifle Brigade, severely wounded at Ladysmith, later returned to earn the extremely rare 1 bar KSA in 1902.
Scinde War Medal, for Hyderabad 1843, impressed naming in usual style, Matta Deen Trebuck, 25th Regiment of Bombay Native Infantry. 6000 men against 15000 Talpurs of Sindh.
Punjab Medal 1848-9, 2 bars, Goojerat, Chilianwala, Private Joseph Allcock, 9th Lancers. Died during the war on 6th October 1849.
Boer War D.C.M. EDVII, WW1 BWM, Lieut Joseph H. Zeder, Cape Mounted Rifles, Kitchener’s Fighting Scouts, killed in the first trench raid of the 4th Oxs Bucks in WW1....
India General Service Medal 1854, bar Hazara 1891, Lance Corporal Robert Lough, 3rd Dragoon Guards, an Odd-Man, 1 of 8 3rd DG men attached as specialist Army Signallers at...
Queen’s South Africa Medal, bar Cape Colony, Mr Victor Woolf, Imperial Military Railways, a Jewish man from London who died during the war.
Indian Mutiny Medal, bar Central India, Sergeant John Gould, 12th Lancers, former 15th Hussars, Served with the Saugor Field Force in the Mutiny, later Chelsea in Pensioner, 24 years...
Knight Bachelor, Neck Badge, Type 3, 1974 to Present, hallmarked 1988, entitling the recipient to the Prefix “Sir”.
1914-15 Star Trio, India General Service Medal 1908, bar Afghanistan N.W.F. 1919, 1984 Private Harry Drury, 13th Hussars, 1st King’s Dragoon Guards in Afghanistan. Fought through Iraq.
AGS, bar Somaliland 1908-10, 1914-15 Star Trio, Naval LSGC, Chief Petty Officer and Ships Cook, who served at the Battle of Jutland on HMS Superb.
Royal Naval Long Service and Good Conduct Medal, VR, James Matthew Briggs, Divisional Carpenter, Coast Guard. An unusual rating who worked on a number of interesting ships.
Korea Medal, UN Korea modern striking, 22663185 Corporal D. Bryson, R.S. The Royal Scots.
Queen’s South Africa Medal, no bar, Fireman P. G. Greff, Cape Government Railways.
Queen’s South Africa Medal, Mr D.J. Evans, Clerk, Imperial Military Railways.
Queen’s South Africa Medal, bar Transvaal, 2661 Private Montague Guest, 4th Bn Railway Pioneer Regiment. A young Ironmonger from Sevenoaks, Kent.
Queen’s South Africa Medal, 2 bars, Cape Colony, SA 1902, 7023 Private William Butterfield, 4th Durham Light Infantry. Local man from Gateshead volunteered at 19 in 1901.
QSA, 3 bars, Natal, Transvaal, SA 1901, 3945 Pte Robert Harling, 18th Hussars. Rare entitlement to this regiment. “A” Squadron under Major Marling VC.
Indian Mutiny Medal, bar Delhi, Private William Walker, 1st Bn 60th Rifles, who was wounded in action twice before Delhi, shot in the neck and the next day hit...
Crimea Medal, bar Sebastopol, depot impressed, Corporal Patrick Bryson, 62nd Regiment of Foot, Wiltshire Regiment. Court Martialled at Sebastopol.
Punjab Medal, 2 bars, Goojerat, Chilianwala, Private William Henry Hartwell, 24th Regiment of Foot, who survived the famous epic bayonet charge by the 24th at Chilianwala. Fought at Maharajpoor...
Sutlej Medal, for Aliwal, bar Sobraon, William Smith, 16th Lancers, in the famous Charge at Aliwal against a force 10 times their size.
Maharajpoor Star, Private Patrick Quin, 40th Regt of Foot, also fought through the Afghanistan War, Candahar, Ghuznee, Cabul during 1842. Wounded at Maharajpore, later Chelsea Pensioner.
Maharajpoor Star, 29th December 1843, Pte Peter Jackson, 16th Lancers, either renamed or unofficially engraved.
Naval General Service, bar Syria, Robert Hudson, Royal Marines on board HMS Cyclops, 21 years of long service from 1823-44. HMS Brittania Greek Civil War 1830.
Brunswick Waterloo Medal, Heinrich Dankhoff, 1st Jaeger or Jäger Battalion, Brunswick Army.
CBE C.B.E. Commander of the Order of the British Empire, 1st Type, with purple civil issue full neck ribbon with clips.
Naval Good Shooting Medal, AGS, Somaliland, 1914-15 Star and British War Medal, Robert Beck, Able Seaman, HMS Kent 1907 Shooting Medal on a 3 Pounder Q.F. Gun, Gallipoli War.
OBE, WW1 Pair, with MID oakleaf, IGS, Waziristan 1921-24, Delhi Durbar 1911, Lieut Colonel Richard Bennett Spence, Indian Army, 2-19th Hyderabad Regiment and 96th Berar Infantry.
Knight Commander of the Order of the Bath, KCB, Civil Division Set, Neck Badge and Breast Star in Silver Gilt and enamels, hallmark dated 1901.
RSPCA Medal for Saving Life, Bronze, awarded to Miss Olive Dare, of Dallington, Sussex, who was selflessly injured saving a “Tiny Corgi” from being attacked by a bigger animal.
King’s Police Medal, the K.P.M. George V 2nd Issue with “For Gallantry” reverse, robed effigy, an original striking with the naming neatly erased.
Military Medal M.M. unnamed example as awarded to Foreign Recipients.
Gallipoli DCM, QSA, 5 bars, KSA, 2 bars, 1914-15 Star Trio, Company Sergeant Major J.E. Henderson, 6th Border Regiment, 1st Bn in Boer War. Scotsman who grew up in...
Naval General Service, bar Java, Midshipman William Gilbert Connell, HMS Modeste, son of Maj Gen John Connell, Portuguese Army, Served aged only 14 at Java in 1811.
British War Medal, 1300 Private Patrick Rogers, D.C.M., 14th Hussars, long server of the 14th Hussars since 1896. Only 12 DCM’s awarded to 14th King’s Hussars in WW1.
East and West Africa Medal, bar Witu 1890, Henry Clayton, HMS Turquoise, with copy service records. Sailor from Durham.
Sudan Medal, Khedive’s Sudan, bar Atbara, 2411 Drummer, Musician and Pte George William Blake, 1st Lincolnshire Regiment, from Calne in Wiltshire. Clarinet Player.
Pacific Star, with sewn on Burma clasp, both original as worn.
Queen’s South Africa Medal, bar Defence of Ladysmith, 5987 Private J. Skelton, Liverpool Regiment. Invalided home, only bar entitlement.
South African Korea Medal, Leading Aircraftsman J.S. Blignaut, 2 “Cheetah” Squadron, South African Air Force, recipient of the Presidential Unit Citation.
Tibet Medal 1903-4, bar Gyantse, 6911 Private C. Rowe, 1st Battalion Royal Fusiliers, the only British Infantry Regiment to earn this battle honour.
1911 Coronation Medal, 22 June 1911, King George V, Ladies issue on original bow ribbon with wearing pin.
Military General Service Medal, 6 bars, Corunna, Albuhera, Vittoria, Pyrenees, Orthes, Toulouse, Nathaniel Fishwick, Royal Artillery and Horse Artillery, a unique double unit medal.
Crimea Medal, 2 bars, Inkermann, Sebastopol, Samuel Fryer, Able Seaman, HMS Rodney, present at both battles, officially impressed as issued to the Rodney. Born Northwich, Cheshire.
Afghanistan War Medal 1878-80, 3 bars, Charasia, Kabul, Kandahar, 58B/277 Private John Johnstone, 72nd (Seaforth) Highlanders.
Indian Mutiny Medal, bar Defence of Lucknow, William Thurston, 32nd L.I., an Original Defender who was wounded in action during the siege. Hereford man later Chelsea Pensioner at the...
Turkish Crimea Medal, Sardinian issue, La Crimea, Impressed: “4075 Cm Gds”. 4075 Pte James Pleaces, served in Crimea with the Coldstream Guards.
Volunteeer Long Service and Good Conduct Medal, VR, 688 Gunner A. Hutchinson, 1st Renfrew and Dunbarton Volunteer Artillery, Officially Impressed.
India General Service Medal, 2 bars, Hazara 1891, Samana 1891, 5421 Pte Thomas Culpan, 1st Bn K.R.R.C., Fought Hazara & Miranzai, Chitral Relief Force and Boer War.
Military Medal, the M.M. GV Issue for WW1, For Bravery in the Field, an original example with neatly erased naming.
RSCPA Medal, For Saving Life, Silver, Awarded to George Henry Eatwell, a brave 21 year old Welsh Miner who risked his own life to heroically save a Fox Terrier...
Scinde, Meanee 1843 Medal, Major Henry Crawshay Teasdale, 25th Regt N.I., KIA leading his men at Meanee, Husband to an Indian Princess, daugher of Emperor Raja Shahu II Bonshe.
IGS 1854, bar Pegu, another for Persia, to Lt W.H.J. Harries, Indian Navy, IMS Moozuffer, including when she sank and the Semiramis, wounded at Bombardment of Mohamra. Good Boat...
Sutlej Medal, 1845-6 for Moodkee, bar Ferozeshuhur, Thomas Pike, 50th Foot. Wounded in Action at Moodkee, fought at Ferozeshuhur then died shortly afterwards of wounds
Seringapatam Medal, Bronze, 17th May 1799, An excellent bronze example, fitted with contemporary matching suspension for wear on silk ribbon. Soho Mint.
Honourable East India Company Medal for Burma 1824-26, Silver, with slightly rusted old steel clip and split ring suspension.
Ghuznee Medal, Storming of Ghuznee, 23rd July 1839, unnamed as issued, on Officer Style detachable split ring suspension. In excellent condition.
QSA, 3 bars, 2326 Private Albert Stagg, 2nd Gren Guards, 1 of 22 brave volunteers under Lt Quilter to rescue wounded from a ferocious veldt fire at Biddulphsberg. Magnificent...
Khedives Star, undated, with the rare Tokar bar, dark bronze coloured, rare.
Bronze British War Medal, for non combatants, 12073 Private Molahlei Ntoma, South African Native Labour Corps, S.A.N.L.C. Basutoland Contingent.
Hannover Waterloo Medal, Hussar Ferdinand Kaufman, Bremen and Verden Hussar Regiment. One of only 3 Hannover Hussar Regiments.
Crimea Medal, bar Sebastopol, John Allan, 71st Foot, aka the Highland Light Infantry, officially impressed naming.
General Service Medal, GVI, bar Palestine 1945-48, AS30256 Pte M. Moletsana, A.P.C. Army Pioneer Corps.
Efficiency Decoration, EIIR, dated 1962, top bar Territorial, on a HAC ribbon.
Waterloo Medal, contemporarily renamed to G. Jones, 52nd Regiment of Foot.
QSA, 4 bars, Relief of Mafeking, Defence of Kimberley, Orange Free State, Transvaal, 228 Trooper James D. Buckley, Kimberley Light Horse and Field Inteligence Department. Rare combination.
Militia Long Service and Good Conduct Medal, EDVII, 9802 Gunner Edward Robertson, Lancashire Royal Garrison Artillery, a Liverpudlian who saw long service in the local Militia.
Tibet Medal, 1904, Bronze, 86 Cooly Rasula Khan, Supply and Transport Corps. A non combatant of Younghusband’s Tibet Expedition.
Territorial Force War Medal Trio with T.F.E.M., of Sergeant Daniel Richard New, 6th East Surrey Regiment, a local man from Chertsey, Surrey.
India General Service Medal, VR, bar Burma 1885-7, 42020 Trumpeter Albert Hughes, 7 Mountain Battery Northern Division R.A., served as a Boy and Trumpeter, became Sergeant over long career.
Efficiency Medal, bar Militia, GVI, 2051993 Bombardier R.A.E. Wise, Royal Artillery.
Efficiency Medal, GVI, bar Canada, Gunner R. L. Cummings, Royal Canadian Artillery. A rare Canadian issue.
Efficiency Medal, GVI, bar Australia, Australia WW2 War Medal, QX5266 Driver Victor Thomas Simpson, Australian Infantry Force, Served in Egypt with Motor Ambulance 1941-3.
Gulf War Medal, 1990-91, bar 6 Jan to 28 Feb 1991, 24872337 Craftsman J.A. McDonnell, R.E.M.E. Royal Electrical and Mechanical Engineers.
Punjab Medal, 2 bars, Goojerat, Chilianwala, James Fahy, 29th Regiment of Foot, the Worcester Regiment.
With service records, later served 104th Regt Munster Fusiliers, 22 year career.
1902 Coronation Medal, EDVII, 26th June 1902, Bronze, named on the reverse to Regimental Sergeant Major A. Smith, 2nd Prov Regt of Hussars. From the 10th Hussars
Queen’s South Africa, Lieut William Robert Adcock, Uitenhage Town Guard, the local Tailor and Habit Maker of the town of Uitenhage for many years. With wartime photograph.
Distinguished Service Order, D.S.O. DSO GV G.V. H.M. King George V Issue, World War 1 Period, an original example with original suspension and top brooch with pin. In period...
East and Central Africa Medal 1897-99, bar Uganda 1897-98, 950 Private Tura Baz II, 27th Bombay Light Infantry. Rare and in unusually excellent condition.
BWM, A.G.S., GV, bar Somaliland 1920, WW2 Defence and War Medal, Walter Henry Kettley, Royal Air Force, formerly RNVR. A Motor Driver during his service. The rarest RAF medal...
British South Africa Company Medal, reverse Matabeleland 1893, 1805 Lance Corporal Percival “Percy” Lennon Moore, Bechuanaland Border Police. A scarce issue.
Queen’s South Africa Medal, P. Wiltstock, Imperial Military Railways, a Ganger of the Army Labour Department.
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