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Baltic Medal 1854-1855, contemporarily engraved to Wm Whalebone HMS Amphion.
Ghuznee Medal, 23rd July 1839, George Young, 16th Lancers.
Sudan Medal, 3353 Pte Charles Vann, 1st Battalion North Staffordshire Regiment. With copy service papers.
East and Central Africa Medal, bar Uganda 1897-98, 1162 Bugler Sirbuland, 27th Bombay Light Infantry, confirmed on the roll, a rare medal and more so to a Bugler.
Africa General Service Medal, EVII, bar Somaliland 1902-04, 999 Sepoy Sudama 52nd Sikhs.
Queen’s South Africa Medal, no bar, Mr T. Holt, Imperial Military Railways, who died on service, 6th March 1902.
Canada General Service Medal, bar Fenian Raid 1866, No 60 Pte J. Johnson, 47th Regiment. A rare award to a British regiment, James Johnson was from Leeds.
Military General Service Medal, M.G.S., 2 bars, Fuentes D’Onor, Vittoria, John Young, 88th Regiment of Foot, the Connaught Rangers, a Dublin Man, who was discharged from his gun shot...
South Africa 1853, impressed: “G. Hoyle A.B.” who was on board HMS Castor during the Kaffir Wars.
Baltic Medal 1854-1855, unnamed as issued, in the original rare labelled card box of issue, with original length of silk ribbon.
Royal Naval Long Service and Good Conduct, VR, J.T. Pearl, Boatman, H.M. Coast Guard, later Commissioned Boatman, Chief Boatman and Station Officer on various Northern Ireland rescue teams.
India General Service Medal 1895, bar Relief of Chitral, bronze issue, 14 Duffadar Nur Ud Din, Bengal Sappers and Miners.
Khedive’s Sudan Medal, 1910-21, silver, 2nd Type, unnamed as issued.
A rare medal awarded between 1910 and 1926 for minor operations in Sudan for members of the Egyptian Army...
Rhodesia Medal, 1980, unnamed as issued, with medal information card in card box of issue.
Baltic Medal 1854-1855, contemporary engraved naming: “H. Godfrey. H.M. Ship. Nile 1854”, on very old piece of silk ribbon.
China 1900, bar Relief of Pekin, 5488 Private W. Huddlestone, 2nd Battalion Royal Welsh Fusiliers, who was severely wounded in action and soon after died of his wounds.
Waterloo Medal 1815, Lawrence Dunne, 32nd (Cornwall) Regiment of Foot.
India General Service Medal, 1908, bar Afghanistan N.W.F. 1919, 75221 A.M. 2. D.B. Gibson. R.A.F. Rare I.G.S. medal to the Royal Air Force.
Queen’s South Africa, 2 bars, Transvaal, South Africa 1902, 5674 Pte. Patrick Healy, Royal Irish Regiment, died in WW1.
Queen’s South Africa, bar Defence of Kimberley, 298 Pte S.T. Grindley, Kimberley Volunteer Regiment.
India General Service Medal 1935, bar North West Frontier 1936-37, 02466 B.T. Cook, Babu Lal, I.S.C., Indian Service Corps.
Anglo Boer War Oorlog Medal, for Boer veterans, Burger P.J. Van Roojen, Rustenberg Kommando, with full service papers. Besieged Mafeking amongst other battles.
Eygpt Medal, undated, bar Toski 1889, named in Arabic script to a member of a Sudanese Battalion, unusually with what appears to be his full name.
Waterloo Medal, 1815, John Edgar, 2nd Battalion 59th Regiment of Foot.
Sudan Medal 1898, 4787 Pte. W. Lindon, 1st Battalion, Warwickshire Regiment, during the Boer War attached to the 4th Mounted Infantry.
Cape of Good Hope General Service Medal, 2 bars, Basutoland, Bechuanaland, Sergt S.R. Style, Cape Mounted Riflemen, later Colonel and Mayor of King Williams Town and awarded the M.B.E.
Second China War Medal 1857, 3 bars, China 1842, Fatshan 1857, Taku Forts 1860, unnamed as issued to Navy and Marines.
Rare example of the original 1842 bar for veterans...
Tibet 1903-4, no bar, bronze, awarded to a Cooly in the Supply and Transport Corps, officially engraved in script
Africa General Service Medal, EIIR, bar Kenya, A.S. 374 A/I (R) Abdul Raoof Khan
Africa General Service Medal, EIIR, bar Kenya, N.54964 Pte Frank Simon K.A.R. King’s African Rifles
Queen’s South Africa Medal, bar Natal, 156465 A.B. W. Bassett. H.M.S. Philomel, officially engraved navy naming. Rare Naval Brigade medal, only 30 Natal bars to ship.
Waterloo Medal 1815, William Dodson, Royal Horse Guards, wounded in action at Waterloo by a gunshot to the left shoulder, being discharged as disabled for further service, veteran of...
Africa General Service Medal, EVII, bar Nandi 1905-06, 253 Private Mtikawele 1st Battalion King’s Africa Rifles. A member of the Yao Tribe in Mbatamila, Liwonde. With service papers.
Khedive’s Sudan Medal, 1910-21, bronze, 2nd Type, unnamed as issued. Awarded between 1910 and 1926 for service on Operations in Sudan.
Sudan Defence Force, General Service Medal, unnamed. Awarded about 9,000 times between 1933 and 1941 for services on operations in Sudan.
British North Borneo Company’s Medal, bronze, bar Punitive Expeditions, a collector’s copy of this very rare medal made by Spink, impressed Copy on rim.
British North Borneo Company’s Medal, bar Tambunan, bronze, a collector’s copy of this very rare medal by Spink, impressed Copy on rim.
Central Africa Medal, 1891-1898, first type with ring suspension, unnamed, an attractive example in excellent condition
Ghuznee Medal, 23rd July 1839, engraved on reverse centre “Private William Smith 16th Lancers”
General Service Medal, GVI, bar Palestine 1945-48, impressed “A. W. Blows” Albert Walter Blows was a Civilian with the NAAFI in Palestine during 1948, a NAAFI volunteer since 1939.
Queen’s South Africa, 4 bars, Cape Colony, Orange Free State, Transvaal, South Africa 1901, 69 Tpr R.J. Webber, Dennison’s Scouts. A Cousin of Commanding Officer Capt G.C. Dennison DSO.
Military General Service Medal 1798-1848, 2 bars, Sahagun and Benevente, Corunna, William Strachan, Trumpeter, Royal Horse Artillery. Only 8 recipients of the Sahagun Benevente bar to R.H.A.
General Service Medal, GVI, bar Palestine, 404 Constable J.A. Low, Palestine Police. Scarce pre-WW2 Palestine medal.
General Service Medal, GVI, bar Bomb and Mine Clearance 1945-49, 1905193 Sapper G. C. Malcom, R.E., Extremely rare and confirmed on the roll.
Queen’s South Africa Medal, 2 bars, Talana, Defence of Ladysmith, 4235 Corporal Henry Tidmarsh, 1st Battalion Leicestershire Regiment. Imprisoned for striking a superior officer during 1901.
Queen’s South Africa Medal, bar Defence of Ladysmith, 5223 Pte. W. Phipps, Bedford Regt. On attachment to the 2nd Gordon Highlanders at Ladysmith.
Crimea Medal, bar Sebastopol, Henry Lugar, Carpenter’s Crew, HMS Agamemnon, impressed naming in usual style as always seen to the ship.
The Mayor’s Siege of Kimberley Medal, very rare, type with milled rim. Attractive toned example in excellent condition.
An interesting cancelled medal, being replaced by the Kimberley Star
Boulton’s Medal for Trafalgar, 21st October 1805, white medal, with original rim inscription.
Baltic Medal, 1854-1855, unnamed as issued, on a silk ribbon with sewn in wire hanger for hooking onto uniform.
Brunswick Waterloo Medal, Christian Ubessel, 3rd Jaeger Battalion, the elite skirmishing Light Infantry of the Brunswick Army.
General Service Medal, EIIR, bar Near East, 22673014 Spr W. Swift. R.E.
Africa General Service Medal, bar Aro 1901-1902, 2203 Pte Dodo Sokoto, Southern Nigeria Regiment. Entitled to 3 Southern Nigeria Bars. (issued loose later).
Maharajpoor Star, 29th December 1843, Bombardier John Brannon, 2nd Troop 3rd Brigade, Bengal Horse Artillery
Transport Medal, EVII, bar S. Africa 1899-1902, A.L. Brown, Alexander Laurie Brown was a Scottish Ship’s Surgeon of S.S. City of Glasgow of the Ellerman Line.
Queen’s South Africa, 4 bars, Transvaal, South Africa 1902, Cape Colony, Orange Free State, 40923 Trooper James Johnstone, 2nd Battalion Scottish Horse.
Crimea Medal British Issue, 2 bars, Traktir, Sebastopol, impressed in French style “HERR A. 3e CH A. P.”
St Jean D’Acre Medal, 1840, for the Bombardment of Acre during the Syria Campaign, copper issue, with two rings for suspension.
British South Africa Company Medal for Rhodesia 1896, Tpr G. Cox, B.S.A. Police.
China Medal 1900, silver, bar Relief of Pekin, 2420 Pte Gulab Singh, 26th Baluch Infantry. Script engraved as issued
Egypt Medal, undated, bar The Nile 1884-5, 918 Pte David Darling, 1st Battalion Cameron Highlanders, very little star pitting for an Egypt.
Naval General Service, bar Yangtze 1949, C/SSX 849088 A. Lear, Ordinary Seamen, Royal Navy
Naval General Service 1918-1962, bar Yangtze 1949, D.SKX 817770 E. Rotheram, Sto. Mech. R.N. A scarce Yangtze award, ‘ram’ of surname officially corrected, it is a confusing name to...
Naval General Service Medal, GVI, bar Yangtze 1949, P/KX 597184 P. Howie, Stoker Mechanical, Royal Navy, aboard HMS Consort during the Yangtze Incident. Officially impressed: “P/KX. 597184 P...
Military General Service Medal, 3 bars, Corunna, Ciudad Rodrigo, Badajoz, William Harris, Royal Artillery. Who served with 6th Battalion and was wounded in action at Cuidad Rodrigo.
Crimea Medal British made, bar Kinnburn, French issued, named to Krempp, 6th Regiment of Artillery Pontonniers.
Africa General Service Medal, bar Somaliland 1902-04, C. Downard, Chief Stoker, HMS Merlin
Queen’s South Africa, 2 bars, Cape Colony, South Africa 1901, Tpr J.J. Foley, Nesbitt’s Horse, roll shows him as present at the Headquarters and later a Sergeant with the...
Army of India Medal, bar Ava, Captain John Wilson 30th Native Infantry.
Naval General Service Medal, 3 bars, Guadaloupe, Java, St Sebastian, naming is unofficially reimpressed but of excellent quality to “James Russell”
Campaign Service Medal, bar Northern Ireland, 24162151 Pte J.S. Wolfe, R.A.M.C.
Khedive’s Star 1884-6, named to “1137 F. Black” Francis Black of the 72nd Cameron Highlanders, entitled to Egypt Medal bar The Nile 1884-6.
Brunswick Waterloo Medal, Hennig Rumpf, Train, 3rd Jaeger Battalion.
Queen’s South Africa Medal, bar Cape Colony, 132 Tpr A.H. Moore, Orpen’s Horse.
Queen’s South Africa Medal, bar Natal, Orderly E.P. Harrison, Imperial Hospital Corps. Son of Sir Colonel Robert S Harrison RMLI and Emily Pontifex.
General Service Medal, GVI, bar S.E. Asia 1945-6, 16530 Sepoy Janak Singh, 1st Battalion Dogra Regiment.
Davison’s Nile Medal, August 1st 1798, Bronze, encased in lunettes with an added silver rim and hinged loop for wear.
British South Africa Company Medal for Matabeleland 1893, Trooper William Martin, Salisbury Horse. Confirmed as present at Shangani and Bembesi.
Ghuznee 1839 Medal, unnamed as issued with original hinged silver suspension
Queen’s South Africa, 2 bars, Cape Colony, South Africa, 1902, Agent H.E.A. Blackburn, F.I.D.
Indian Mutiny, bar Central India, Gunner Josiah Smith, 2nd Company Bombay Volunteer Artillery.
Military General Service Medal, 8 bars, Corunna, Barrosa, Vittoria, Pyrenees, Nivelle, Nive, Orthes, Toulouse, Capt. W. H. Hartman, 28th Gloucestershire Regiment of Foot.
Afghanistan Medal 1878-80, 1464 Pte T. O’Neill, 66th Foot. Killed in Action during the battle of Maiwand on 27th July 1880.
Military General Service Medal 1793-1814, bar Corunna, G. Davis, Sergeant, Royal Artillery. With service papers, from Clones, County Monaghan, 20 years of service.
New Zealand War Medal, dated 1865-1866, 2921 Pte Edward Bown, 4th Battalion Military Train. Officially impressed naming
Canada General Service Medal, bar Fenian Raid 1866, 1461 Private John Mardell, 4th Battalion Rifle Brigade, a rare issue to a British Unit.
Arctic Medal 1875-6, Thomas Stubbs, Stoker and Blacksmith, HMS Alert, one of only 8 hand picked men of the Western Sledging Party who set a new record of Polar...
Afghanistan War Medal 1878-80, 2 bars, Ahmed Khel, Kandahar, 1838 Private Charles Hooper, 2/60th Rifles.
Naval General Service Medal, bar Near East, EIIR, Mid A. S. Woyka, R.N.V.R., unusual issue to the RNVR
Scinde Medal, reverse Hyderabad 1843, William Bagley, 22nd Cheshire Regiment of Foot. Officially engraved in usual style “Wm. Bagley 22nd Regt” Died at Malta on 1st June 1861.
New Zealand War Medal, undated reverse, 237 Bugler Christopher Preston, 68th Regiment Light Infantry. Officially impressed naming. Rare award to a Bugler.
Naval General Service Medal, GVI, bar Yangtze, D/SKX 817876 J. Fitt. Sto. R.N. John Thomas ‘Tom’ Fitt was a Stoker on HMS Consort during the Yangtze Incident.
Baltic Medal, contemporarily engraved in upright capitals: “C. Lethbridge * H.M.S. * Hogue.”
Jellalabad Medal 1842, Mural Crown 1st Type, Sergeant John Fitch, 13th Regiment, Prince Alfred’s Light Infantry.
Hong Kong Plague Medal 1894, Private W. Allen, S.L.I. A rare medal for the Hong Kong Plague of 1894 awarded to the brave men of the King’s Shropshire Light...
Turkish Crimea Medal, Sardinian Issue, depot impressed naming: “3028 Pte H. Mercer 57th Regt:” New Zealand War Veteran.
India General Service Medal 1854, bar Umbeyla, 4603 J. Hyde, H.M.’s 1st Bn 7th Regt. Confirmed on the roll as John Hyde.
Ashanti 1900, no bar, Dr: J.C. Castor, A.F.F., Josiah Charles Castor was a Dr with the African Field Force before he died on service at Kwisa only two days...
Queen’s South Africa, no bar, J. S. Evans, Stoker, HMS Doris. Served during WW1 on the Armoured Merchant Cruiser Alsatian as it became the first Dazzle painted Navy ship.
Campaign Service Medal, bar Canal Zone, LAC D. C. Wilding (4028357) R.A.F. Officially laser engraved naming. In black plastic MOD case of issue with matching typed sticker.
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