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1902 - Companion of the Most Honourable Order of the Bath (CB). Civil, neck badge. Silver-gilt, hallmarked London 1902. On its full length neck ribbon with gilt hook & eye catches. Old-time tone, aEF.
1896- Royal Victorian Order (CVO) Commanders neck badge. Gilt & enamel, in case of issue, with full length neck cravat. nEF
 SOLD at A$800
1914-18 Royal Flying Corps Observers' Military Cross & Bar. MC, GvR, reverse engraved (upper & lower case script): 'Maj. C.M. Brisco-Owen'; Bar to MC unnamed as issued. Clarence Morland Brisco-Owen entered French Theatre of Op's 30/10/1915. Temporary Captain, Royal Engineers, Nov 1915. MC per London Gazette 10/1/1917: 'Temp. Capt. Clarence Morland Brisco-Owen. R.E., Spec Res. For conspicuous gallantry in action. He remained twelve hours supervising repairs to a railway under heavy artillery fire.'. Bar to MC per London Gazette 17/9/17: 'T/Capt. Clarence Morland Brisco-Owen, M.C. R.E. For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty in making numerous daring reconnaissances of enemy wire & trenches at very low altitudes, during which he & his pilot constantly emptied their drums into the enemy trenches, undeterred by violent machine-gun fire. He secured information of the utmost value, which could not have been obtained by any other means.' Also entitled 1914-15 Star (issued as Royal Engineers) & BWM & Victory (issued by Air Ministry). Together with his MC case of issue & copies of MIC & Gazette listings. Near EF.
 SOLD at A$2500
1914-18 Distinguished Conduct Medal, GVR. To Liverpool Scottish. Renamed, Engraved: '2202 Pte H. Forshaw, 10 Live (Scot) Btn.' Private Henry Forshaw, 2202, 10th Liverpool Regt. Entered French theatre of Op's 1/11/1914. Forshaw WAS entitled to 1914 Star (no clasp), War & Victory medals? but NOT the DCM. On short length of orig ribbon. gVF. With copy of MIC
 SOLD at A$350
1945 King's Medal for Courage in the Cause for Freedom KGVI. gVF. Unnamed as issued.
 SOLD at A$600
1914-18 Military Medal & Bar, impressed officially '93671 2 CPL. A. DAVIES, 41/DS. COY. RE.' Acting Corporal Allan Davies, awarded MM for France per LG, 12 Dec 1917, 2nd Award Bar promulgated per LG 13 Nov 1918. Also entitled to British War & Victory Medals. With copies of MIC & MM. card index listing. gVF.
 SOLD at A$750
1798 Davidson's Battle of the Nile medal. Hope standing holding an oval medallion of Nelson rev British fleet assembled in Aboukir Bay prepares to engage the French. Awarded to ratings. AE, 47mm by C H Kucher. Minor eks, contact mks aEF. Eimer-890 cat EF £450.
1805 Boulton's Trafalgar Medal, W/M (pewter) issue. Obv portrait of Lord Nelson with rim impression. Slight bubbling to surface in areas as usual. Generally VF.
1799-1826 Army of India Medal, clasp Ava. To Lieut CHARLES WELLS. BOMBAY MARINE, impressed naming. Very scarce unit especially to officer. Medal entitlement confirmed (copy of roll included). Near EF.
 SOLD at A$3500
1843 Scinde Medal Hyderabad 1843, unnamed as issued. Fitted with contemporary sliver clip & bar suspension (for officers). gVF. Very scarce.
 SOLD at A$900
1854 India General Service Medal, Bronze issue. Clasp Burma 1885-7. Engraved officially: 'Puskali Pihyman, 3rd Cavy Hybd Contgt'. gVF.
 SOLD at A$220
1854 India General Service Medal to the Seaforth Highlanders. With clasp: 'Hazara 1888'. Engraved officially: '1580 Pte D. Fraser, 2nd Bn Sea High'rs.' Duncan Fraser born Inverness. Enl, aged 20 at Fort George 13/4/1885. To India 29/1/1886. Ret to UK. 1893. Disch 1899. With copies of service doc's & medal roll. gEF. Scarce this condition
 SOLD at A$220
1854 Baltic Medal. privately engraved: ' ADAM CAIRNS, BOY 2ND CLASS, HMS HASTINGS'. Adam Cairns, born 1839 Edinburgh. Joined HMS 'Waterloo' as Boy 2nd Class May 1855. To 'Hastings' 1855-1857. With copies of attestation papers & Ship's Description Books. Medal thins at 12 & 6 o'clock as struck but is not renamed. gVF. On original ribbon.
 SOLD at A$350
1857-58 Died On Service Indian Mutiny Medal, 2 clasps: 'Lucknow' & 'Relief of Lucknow'. Impressed officially: 'G. ASHTON, 2ND. BN, MIL'Y, TRAIN'. George Ashton, Regt, number 883, enlisted 2nd, Dragoons, 1854 (Rgt'l number 1388) aged 25. To 2nd Bn Military Train 1856, served with the Force under the Commander in Chief at Lucknow in November 1857 & with that under Maj. Gen. Sir. J. Outram at Alumbagh. Died 12 April 1859 on service. Toned EF. With copies & muster & medal rolls for both this Regiments.
 AVAILABLE at A$1000
1878-80 Afghanistan Medal to The West Suffolk Regiment, no clasp, engraved officially '665 PTE. E. WILKINSON, 63RD. REG'T'. On original ribbon, aEF. Unresearched.
 SOLD at A$250
1878-80 Afghanistan Medal, 2 clasps. Kandahar, Ahmed Khel clasps. '1703 Pte R. HALL. 2/60 FOOT' engraved in sloping serif capitals. Copy of roll confirms medal & clasps. Roll also indicates Hall was entitled to the Kabul to Kandahar Star 1880. Contact marks (from star?) therefore F.
 SOLD at A$450
1882 Egypt Medal (undated) to Yorkshire Regt. Engraved officially: '1285 Pte. H. Colcutt, 1/Yorks: R.' No clasp entitlement. Contact pit from Star. VF. Confirmed on rolls for Star & Medal. With copies of rolls
 SOLD at A$200
1882 Egypt Medal to Malta Auxiliary Transport Corps. '1882' dated rev, clasp: 'Tel-El-Kebir'. Engraved officially: '4045 DRVR. J. Henstridge, 6th? Aux. T.C.' (partial contact erasure). Contact pit to obv & rev from Khedive Star. Generally aVF. Scarce to Malta Aux Transport Corps
 SOLD at A$250
1882 Khedive's Star. 1882 date Unnamed as issued. Small star on suspension has centre hole. Solder repair to bar holding ribbon (not visible from front), VF.
 SOLD at A$95
1882 Khedives Star, 1882 date. Unnamed as issued. With original dark bronze finish. Slight ek to star points. EF
 SOLD at A$120
1884 Khedive Star 1884-6 dates Impressed into rev to Star points: '4766-I.C.G.' (ie Regimental Number 4766, 1st Bn, Coldstream Guards). gVF. Scarce attributable
1896. British South Africa Company Medal 'RHODESIA 1896' reverse, engraved officially 'TROOP'R. A.G. STONE, BSA. POLICE'. Approximately 782 issues to British South Africa Police. Ek at 6 o'clock to reverse, on original ribbon. gVF.
 SOLD at A$450
1898 Queen's Sudan medal to Rifle Brigade. Engraved officially:'3837 PTE A FITZGERALD, 2/R BDE'. Anthony Fitzgerald, born ca 1877, Manchester. Enl 13.06.189x. Disch 1907. Also entitled to Khedive Sudan 1898, QSA & 3 clasps, KSA & 2 clasps. EF. With copies of service & enlisted docs.
1896-1908 Khedive's Sudan Medal, silver, 2 x clasps: 'The Atbara' & 'Khartoum'. Engraved officially '3403 PTE. HOYLE. I CAM. HIGH'RS.'. Unresearched. Sl ek's, on original ribbon, aEF.
 SOLD at A$350
1899-1902 Queen's South Africa Died of Disease Medal to Trooper, British South Africa Police, clasp Rhodesia. Officially impressed 1005 TPR A LOVEJOY BSA POLICE. DOD 10 Mar 1900.
 SOLD at A$450
1899-1902 Modder River Wounded in Action, 2nd Bn, Argyll & Sutherland Highlanders Queen's South Africa medal. QSA with 4 clasps: Mod R; Paard; Drief; Joh impressed officially: '2804 Pte. W. Russell, A & S Highrs' William Russell, born Falkirk, Sterling. Enl 14/2/1888 aged 18,7 mths to 2nd Bn. May 1888 served Hong Kong 1889-1892, East India 1892-1896, South Africa 1899-1901. WIA Modder River 28/11/1899. Disch 1901. gVF/aEF. With copies of service documents.
 SOLD at A$400
1899-1902 Queen's South Africa Medal to Kimberley Light Horse. QSA with 3 clasps. Impressed officially: '1030 TPR M COPPIN, KIMBERLEY LT HORSE'. EF. Unresearched.
 SOLD at A$220
1899-1902 Queen's South Africa Medal to an officer. QSA & clasps: CC, OFS; SA02, impressed officially 'LIEUT. G.M. HORN. MANCHESTER Regt '. Light contact marks, gVF/aEF. Un-researched.
1903-04 Tibet Medal, silver, no clasp. '2904 SEPOY HARMAN SINGH. 19th PUNJABIS' engraved in sloping running script. VF.
 SOLD at A$475
1908-35 India General Service Medal. GVR ('Kaiser-I-Hind') clasp ' MAHSUD 1919-20' entitled to another clasp as Mahsud not awarded singly, impressed officially '558 SEPOY PAHLWAN KHAN, 2/30/PUNJABIS'. Toned, gVF.
 SOLD at A$100
1914-18 Merchant Marine British War Medal 1914-18 to KIA when sunk by Germany U-Boat. BWM impressed officially: 'David Williams'. Able Seaman David Williams from Pwllheli, Caernarvonshire, died aboard SS 'G.A Savage' (built 1900 at Troon, Scotland. Steam transport of 357 g.r.t) when she was torpedoed & sunk by UC - 47 (Kptlt Paul Hundius, part of Flandern II Flotilla) 10th March 1917 in the Bristol Channel off Pendeen Point. Commem on Tower Hill Monument Memorial. gVF. With copy of photo of ship & research & CWGC listing
 SOLD at A$100
1914-18 British War Medal to Officer, 1st (City of London) London Sanitary Coy, Royal Army Medical Corps. Impressed officially: 'Lieut G. WHITTAKER'. Lieut 8/10/18, Capt 8/10/19, Major 8/10/30, Lieutenant-Colonel 1/1/35. Service in France prior to Commission in Oct 1918. Also entitled Victory Medal. It is possible this Officer was also awarded the Order of the British Empire & the Territorial Decoration in the 1930's. Together with an Officer's bronze RAMC badge. gVF
 SOLD at A$75
1918-62 General Service Medal, GVIR, clasp 'Palestine 1945-48'. Unnamed example. Scarce thus. Fld scratch, EF.
 SOLD at A$120
1918-62 General Service Medal, clasp 'SE. Asia 1945-46', unnamed example. EF. Scarce thus.
1874-1901 Long Service & Good Conduct Medal, VR. '218. W. PERRIN. 2nd BN, 24th Foot' officially impressed. EF.
 SOLD at A$190
1894-1904 Officer's Volunteer Long Service & Good Conduct Medal, Victoria, UK issue, engraved (retrograde legend): 'LIEUTENANT J.L. DIPLOCK. 12TH. Maltese Cross (CIVIL SERVICE) V.R., 1860-1888.' Lovely old tone EF. Officer's qualified for this medal on account of their non-commissioned service.
 SOLD at A$120
1894 Volunteer Long Service Medal. Volunteer Force QV, unnamed as issued. gVF.
 SOLD at A$100
1930-50 Efficiency Medals, Territorial suspender, GVR. Impressed officially: '2211184 SJT. E.J. RICHARDSON, RE.'; & GVIR '1430612 SPR. A.G. HOLLAND, RE.' gVF. (2)
 SOLD at A$120
1942 Auxiliary Air Force, Air Efficiency Award, GVIR (type I) engraved officially:'847145 LAC, E A MARTIN, AAF'. EF.
 SOLD at A$200
1935 KGV Silver Jubilee & 1937 KGVI Coronation Medals. Both silver & unnamed as issued. On original ribbons with pin clasps. gVF/aEF. (2)
 SOLD at A$80
1869 Royal Humane Society Medal, bronze, for Saving Life (successful). Unnamed example. On original ribbon & brooch clasp. Claw slightly loose. gVF/aEF.
Great Britain: WWII Air Crew Europe Star unnamed (original). aU.
 SOLD at A$350
1914-18 RNVR Surgeon's Companion of the Order of the Bath group of 7. CB (Civil) (Type II) in case of issue, 1914/15 Star (SURG G A CLARK RNVR), BWM & Victory medal (SURG LT G A CLARK RN), Royal Naval Volunteers Reserve LSGC medal (SURG LT CR G A CLARK RNVR), Royal Naval Volunteer Reserve Decoration (GVR), 1953 Coronation medal, last 2 unnamed as issued. Medals loose, VRD with case of issue. C/w c.1923 International Physiological Congress Gold prize medal in case. George Albert Clark CB (1954) VRD MD served during the Great war as a Surgeon Lieutenant & later Commander with the RNVR until 1939. Professor of Physiology & Dean of medicine at Sheffield University, Deputy Chief Medical officer, Ministry of Health. Died 1963.
 AVAILABLE at A$3000
1939-45 Member of the British Empire (MBE), Mentioned in Despatches, French Croix de Guerre Royal Artillery group of 8: MBE, Type II, Mil; 1939-45, Africa with 1st Army clasp, Italy & France/Germany Stars; Defence Medal; War Medal with M.I.D. Oak leaf; French CdG.1939 with Bronze Star. All unnamed as issued but with original War Officer letter & M.I.D. Certificate 29/11/1945 & letter from Central Chancery of the Orders of Knighthood advising sending of MBE insignia 4/12/1948 to Captain Guy Denison Griffith. G. D. Griffith born 16/2/1911, educated Dulwich College 1923-29, to RA as 2/Lieut 1941, Lt 1942, T/Capt 1943; Substantive Capt & Temp Major 1944, retired 1946, MBE vide Lond Gaz 13/12/45; MID 29/11/45; CdG with star 1/12/45. First two awards were for his work from May 1944-June 1945 'For Gallant & Distinguished Services in Italy' as Staff Captain, HQ, 22nd Anti-Aircraft Bde, RA. Court mounted for display. gVF/aEF. With biog notes & original certification.
1914-18 Gallipoli Distinguished Service Order, Mentioned in Despatches, Royal Navy - a very rare & exciting group of 4 with an Australian connection. Distinguished Service Order GVR,(unnamed as issued with top clasp); 1914-15 Star, impressed officially: 'Lt. Commr. G.H. De P. Chance R.N.; British War Medal & Victory Medal, with bronze MID Oakleaf emblem : 'Commr G.H. DE P. CHANCE, R.N.'. George Harold De Peyster Chance, born Birmingham 1876. Enlisted Royal Navy as Midshipman 1893. Sub-Lieut 1896, Lieut 1899. Lt-Commander 1907 & full Commander 1916. MID (LG 14 Mar 1916) 'has performed consistent good service on the Beaches', both at ANZAC & Suvla. DSO per LG 14 Mar 1916, also MID of C.in C., Salonika Front for 'distinguished services during the past six months' 18 July 1917.To Emergency List 1919 & granted permission to proceed to Sydney, NSW, Australia 1921 to reside. Died 1953. Together with copies of service dossier & Gazette listings. Some excellent research potential. Court mounted on original ribbons for wear. EF.
 SOLD at A$2500
1914-18 Military Cross & Bar, 1914 Star & Bar group of 4 to the Cameronians. MC., GVR, engraved 'FRANCIS THOMAS GOBLE, 9TH. BATT. SCOTTISH RIFLES, ARRAS, 7th.APRIL 1917', 2nd Award Bar engraved 'POIX DU NORD-OCTOBER 23rd-26th 1918'; 1914 Star with 'Mons' Bar impressed officially '479 L.CPL. F.T. GOBLE, 1/16 LOND. R.'; 1914-18 War & Victory Medals impressed officially 'CAPT. F.T. GOBLE'. Francis Thomas Goble entered France Theatre of OP's 1/11/1914, 2nd Lieut, 4th Scottish Rifles 22/10/1915, Lieut 1/7/1917, Temp Captain 24/6/1918, service with 1st, 4th + 9th Battalions, Scottish Rifles (Cameronians). Awarded MC per LG 18/6/1917: '2nd, Lt. Francis Thomas Goble, Sco. Rif. Spec. Res. - For conspicuous gallantry & devotion to duty while in command of a daylight raid. He led his men with great skill & gallantry & was able to bring back valuable information.' Bar to MC. Per LG 4/10/1919. 'Lt (ACT/CAPT.) Francis Thomas Goble, MC., 4th.Bn. Sco. RIF, att'd 1st Bn - throughout the operations on Vendegies Wood & Poix Du Nord, on 23rd/26th Oct 1918, he displayed marked gallantry & fortitude in the handling of his company. He repeatedly led them forward in the face of heavy hostile fire. On the occasion when no troops were on his flanks, he led his Company forward & succeeded in capturing his objective & by his initiative & able direction kept down hostile fire. This enabled the troops on his flanks to come forward & make good the line which he has established. Though wounded he remained at duty until the battalion was relieved.'. Still serving in 1920. With copies of MIC, LG citations & Unit War Diary entries for the periods of the actions in which awards made. On original ribbons, gVF. Scarce MC & Bar with 1914 Star & Bar combination & good, fighting, Infantry citations.
 SOLD at A$4000
1914-18 Military Medal, Croix de Guerre & Trio to Royal Artillery. MM impressed 'L-10117 GNR T WALLACE H.Q. 149/BDE RFA' 14/15 Star impressed 'L-10117 GNR T WALLACE RFA'. WM & Victory impressed '10117 A CPL T WALLACE RA'. Plus French WWI Croix de Guerre unnamed as issued. Thomas Wallace enlisted 16 Mar 1915 in Manchester. Comes with 1915 'The Small-Book' this in battered condition. Medals VF-gVF.
1914-18 Distinguished Conduct Medal & pr to Lancashire Fusiliers. DCM, GVR impressed officially '203634 PTE. E. SMITH, 2/8 LAN. FUS.'; BWM & Vic impressed '203634 PTE. E. SMITH, LAN. FUS.' Ernest Smith from Laneshaw Bridge, near Colne, awarded DCM, per LG 3/6/1918 for the period in which his Battalion was virtually annihilated during the German March Offensive of 1918. Citation published LG. 21/10/1918. 'Smith, Pte E. Reg No. 203634. LG 3.6.18. ?.for distinguished service in connection with Military operations in France & Flanders.'...'For conspicuous gallantry & devotion to duty during the periods under review he has set a very fine example of courage & devotion to duty, carrying out his duties as Brigade Runner, often under heavy shell fire, with much determination & ability. He has frequently volunteered to take messages under dangerous conditions, at times when he would otherwise have been off duty.' Note: Extract from LG. 21.10. 18. On original ribbons. EF. With copies of Unit history pages dealing with March 1918, research, MIC listing & LG listings.
 SOLD at A$1000
1914-18 Military Medal for Cambrai to Grenadier Guards group of 4, MM, GVR, impressed officially '20348 PTE. W.J.E. MARTIN, 3/G. GDS.'; 1914-15 Star, British War & Victory Medals impressed officially '20348 PTE. W.J. MARTIN, G. GDS.' William John Edward Martin, born 1895, Shepherds Bush, Middlesex, resident Southall, MX. Enl Gren Guards 9/11/1914, to 3rd Bn G Gds, to France 26/7/1915, MM, probably for the 1918 Battle of Cambrai & gazetted London Gaz #.30743 of 11/6/1918, returned to UK 4/3/1919. gVF. Scarce MM to Guards. Together with copies of MIC's, service doc's.
 SOLD at A$1100
1914-18 Military Medal, QSA group of 4. Military medal (GVR). 27472 BMBR: D.W. CLARKE 130/BY. R.F.A. impressed. Copy of L.G. 11th Oct 1916. Queen's South Africa medal, 5 clasps, Belmont, Modder River, Paardeberg, Johannesburg, South Africa, 1901, 27472. GNR. D.W. Clarke. 75th BTY RFA impressed. Roll confirms medal & clasps. 1914 Star 27472 GNR: D.W. CLARKE RFA. British War medal 27472 Cpl D.W. Clarke R.A. (no Victory medal). gVF.
 SOLD at A$800
1914-18 Poelcappele Military Medal group of 3 to Special Company, Royal Engineers. MM.(GVR), impressed '193115 2.CPL. H.G. COURAGE, No.2 SPEC. Coy, RE.'; 1914-18 British War Medal & Victory Medal pr, impressed '113763 BMBR. H. G. COURAGE, RE.' MM. gazetted vide LG 25/4/18 for operations Oct 1917 around Poelcappele + Gode in support of 2nd & 5h Australian Divisions. The Special Company, RE, were responsible for the release of gas & supply of gas shells. With research & copies of Unit War Diary for the period within which Courage received his award. gVF. Scarce MM for gas attacks.
1939-45 Impressive Military Medal group of 12: MM GVIR renamed: '1466580 Gnr H.R. Rostron, Artillery'; 1939-45, Africa 'North Africa 1942-43' clasp, Italy & France/Germany Stars; Def & War Medals (unnamed as issued); Army LSGC GVIR 'Regular Army' clasp (name erased); unofficial 'Battle for Malta' medal (2005); high quality copy of the 'Malta George Cross' commem medal (ribbons for these last 2 juxtaposed) unofficial Normandy Campaign medal (1987) with clasp; unofficial 'Restoration of Peace' medal (1995). Together with paper work noting that Gnr. H. Rostron was awarded the MM for 'ME5' (Middle East) 18/2/43. All court mounted for wear. EF. Impressive appearance, reserved at the value of the individual medals
 SOLD at A$450
1854-56 Wounded in Action Crimea pr to Gunner & Driver John Mays who was struck in the jaw by a 32 pound Artillery Round. Crimea Medal, clasp 'Inkermann'. Regimentally engraved to 'GR & DR JOHN MAYS ROYL ARTY'; Turkish Crimea Medal (Sardinian issue), unnamed as issued, silver loop suspension. A veteran of the Siege of Sebastopol & the Battle of Inkerman, May's lost most of his lower Jaw when he was struck in the chin by a 32 LB Round whilst in the trenches. With copies of medical records, service docs & research. Minor contact marks, gVF. Scarce severely Wounded in Action pr for the Crimea.
 AVAILABLE at A$1200
1854 Crimea pr to the Border Regiment. Crimea with clasp 'Sebastopol' impressed officially 'DAVID CUTHBERTSON, 34TH, REGT'; Turkish Crimea, British Issue, on custom suspender, engraved (partially erased): 'David H Cuthbertson, 34th, Regt', both on original faded, ribbon. 3890 Private David Cuthbertson, born Edinburgh, enl Sterling 2/2/1854, aged 17 years & six months on enlistment, disch 28/3/1857. Area of acid pit or mount removed at 9 o'clock to obverse of Crimea, ek's. gVF.
 SOLD at A$350
1878-82 Afghanistan & Egypt pr, to Manchester Regiment. Afghanistan Medal 1878-80, no clasp, engraved officially '1728 PTE. W. DAWSON, 63RD. REGT'; Egypt Medal, 1882 reverse, no clasp, engraved officially '1728 PTE. W. DAWSON, 1/MANCH: R'. William Dawson. With copies muster rolls covering both periods. Minor contact marks, gF/VF.
 SOLD at A$600
1882 Grenadier Guards, Died on Service in Egypt, 1882 pr. Egypt 1882 dated rev, clasp 'Tel El Kebir' engraved officially: '6322 Pte G Brooks, Gren Gds'; Khedive's Star, 1882 dated, unnamed as issued. George Brooks, born Hamstead Norris, Berkshire ca 1860. Enl Grenadier Guards, Reading, 11/2/1878 aged 18. Died in Egypt 27/10/1882. Together with early panoramic B/W photo of the Tel El Kebir Cemetery. With copies of service records. Court mounted for display. aEF.
1882-1914 A Superb Royal Navy Killed in U-Boat Action 1914 Ratings group of 6. Egypt 1882 Pair, LCCM Fire Brigade Jubilee & 1914-15 Star. Egypt, 1882 reverse, clasp: 'ALEXANDRIA 11TH JULY' engraved officially 'W. BURBIDGE, SIG'LM. HMS 'TEMERAIRE' '; 1914-15 Star, British War & Victory Medals impressed officially '103586 W. BURBIDGE, AB, RN', London Country Council Metropolitan Fire Brigades 1897 Jubilee Medal engraved officially 'WALTER BURBIDGE'; Khedive's Star 1882 date, unnamed as issued. Walter Burbidge, born Clerkenwell, Middlesex, UK, 1862. Joined RN as Boy 2 class 1878, full time service from 1880. Numerous Ship appointments inc HMS's 'Impregnable', 'Ganges', 'Temeraire' (15 Dec '79 to 14 April '82); 'Duke of Wellington', 'Excellent', 'Rodney'. Time expired 1890 & disch Royal Fleet Reserve 1903, re-enrolled RN 1907 & again 1911 and to HMS 'Hawke' 7/8/1914. 'Hawke', Commanded by Captain Hugh P.E.T. Williams, was engaged in various operations in the North Sea. On 15 October, on Patrol, 'Hawke' was torpedoed by the German submarine U 9. Her sister ship HMS 'Theseus', which was in company, was attacked at the same time but was undamaged. The 'Hawke' sank in a few minutes, with the loss of her Captain, 26 officers & 500 men - only four officers & about 60 men were saved. Burbidge is noted on his service sheet as having been 'drowned in North Sea when HMS 'Hawke' was sunk', aged 52 at death, commemorated Chatham Naval Memorial. With copy of service sheet & some interesting research. Not entitled to LSGC due to broken periods of service. Usual contact pit to Egypt from Star, court mounted for display. gVF/aEF. Extremely scarce early combination to a victim of the U-boat War 1914. 950 awards of the LCC.MFB. Jubilee Medal.
 SOLD at A$1200
1899-1918. 9th (Queen's Royal) Lancers & Special Constabulary group of 2. QSA ('Ghost date' reverse) clasps: NAT, R of K, OFS. Engraved officially '3488 PTE. F.H. BARRATT, 9/Lcrs', Special Constabulary Long Service GVR, type I with clasp: 'THE GREAT WAR 1914-18' impressed officially 'SERGT. FREDERICK BARRATT'. Frederick Herbert Barratt, born Lambeth, UK, 1874, enl Dundalk, Ireland 25/8/1892, service in South Africa 1896-1898, India (no medal entitlement) 1898-1899, South Africa Dec 1899 to June 1900, discharged time expired, 21/8/1904 from the reserve. No details of his Constabulary service. Together with an original card backed photo of 3 Lancers with a 'Tar-Jack' - presume Barratt to be central Lancer in full dress. With copies of service documents & medal roll. On original ribbons, toned gVF.
1899-1918 Boer War & WWI Group of 5 to Scots Guards & Highland Light Infantry. Queen's & King's South Africa Medals & 1914-15 Star Trio. QSA ('ghost date' reverse) clasps: CC; TRA; WITT & KSA 2 clasps, both impressed officially '1833 PTE. S. WAUGH, SCOTS GUARDS.' 1914-15 Star, British War & Victory Medals: '13497 C.SJT. S.WAUGH, HIGH.L.I.' Samuel Waugh, Dumphries, Scotland, born c/1879, enl. 10/12/1897, service in South Africa from 15/3/1900 to 27/10/1902, disch 9/12/1913, re-enlisted & to France 23/11/1915. CQMS & Colour Sergeant with HLI & King Own Scottish Borderers. With copies of service paper, medal rolls & MIC. Court mounted for display on original ribbons. gVF.
1914 Mons Star & Bar Trio, Army Long Service & Good Conduct group of 4, impressed officially '17726 S.SJT. C.P. MURPHY RAMC.' Charles P. Murphy, to France 19/8/1914 with 6th Cas. CL. STN, RAMC, claim for clasp (to 1914 Star) at Military Hospital, Cherry Hinton, Cambridge in 1920 - this issued. MIC, also lists a claim for an MSM - this evidently not issued. With copy of MIC. Well polished. gF.
 SOLD at A$400
1914 Mons Mentioned in Despatches 1914 Star & Bar Trio to Lieutenant-Colonel. 1914 Star with Clasp '5th Aug - 22nd Nov 1914'. Impressed officially 'MAJOR A. BURROWS, L.N. LAN:R.'; British War & Victory Medals: 'LT.COL.A.BURROWS'. Bronze M.I.D. oak leaf cluster. Alfred Burrows, born Malligaum, East Indies 1873, passed out Royal Military College 1892, service in Malta 1899-1901, Crete 1901-1902, Gibraltar 1902-04, South Africa 1904-06. No medal entitlements for these postings. To France with BEF 12 Aug 1914, MID per London Gazette 20/10/1914 as major, 1st Battalion, Loyal North Lancashire regiment. To retired list as brevet Lieutenant Colonel, 1920. Together with an excellent portrait shot of Burrows in uniform wearing visor cap, also with copies of MICs & service documents. Swing mounted as worn. EF. A scarce early war MID group to Field Grade Officer of this heavily engaged Infantry Regiment.
 AVAILABLE at A$1200
1914 Mons Star Trio to Army Service Corps, later 2nd Batt 22nd London Regt Star, with replica 'Mons' clasp Impressed officially: 'T-30883 Dvr F (SIC) G. Challen, ASC'; British War & Victory: '30883 Pte E.G. Challen, ASC'. Edward George Challen listed on 'Queens Royal West Surrey Regt medal roll as 'L/11889, 2/22 London'. MIC confirms. gVF. With copy of roll & MIC
 SOLD at A$200
1914-15 Star Trio to the Princess Royals Dragoon Guards. Star, British War & Victory medals. Impressed officially: 'D-9828 Pte W.E. Leyden, 7th D.GDS'. (Lance Corporal on Star). William Leyden arrived in France with the 7th Dragoon Guards 12/5/1915. gVF. With copy of MIC. Unresearched.
1914-18 Royal Artillery LSGC, Croix de Guerre group of 5. 1914-15 Star, British War Medal, Victory medal - all impressed to '17207 W.O. CL 2 JACKMAN R.A.'; Long Service & Good Conduct medal GVR '17207 B.S. MJR: W. JACKMAN R.F.A.' impressed. Belgium Croix de Guerre WWI unnamed as issued. Confirmed on Roll. All medals polished, F.
1914-18 Royal Engineers Long Service, 1914-15 Star group of 4: '14-'15 Star impressed officially: '11933 SPR R Lancaster, RE'; British War & Victory Medals: '11933 A2 CPL R Lancaster, RE'; Army LSGC, GVIR: '1851513 CPL R Lancaster, RE' Robert Lancaster. Entered French Theatre of Operations 28/6/1915. All on original ribbons & swing mounted on custom bar. EF
1914-60 Three Wars Family group of 9. Royal Engineers, Royal Artillery, Royal Airforce. (1) 1914 Star, British War & Victory Medals, impressed officially '15734 2.CPL.W. JENKINS, RE' ('L.CPL.' on Star), William Jenkins, born Limerick, Ireland 1889, enl 1906 service with Cav.Corps Bridging Park & noted on MIC as '2 Fd. SQDN', disch 1919. With copy of MIC & his original Discharge Certificate. (2) 1939-45, Africa & Italy Stars, Defence & War Medals, all unnamed as issued but with supporting documentation in form of a Record of Service card (1083386 PTE. J. M. JENKINS, RA, 1/10/40-30/6/44 & ACC 1/7/44-10/5/46), a postcard (1942, 172 Fld, Regt, RA) & 2 photos. Also an ID tag '13553 Jenkins, J'. (3) General Service Medal 1918-62, EIIR, clasp 'MALAYA' impressed officially '4182829 SAC. J.M. JENKINS, RAF.' Together with Class photos, Service School Diploma 1957, Certificate of Service 1956-61 as Engineer Mechanic. gVF/aEF. A great, three-generation service grouping.
 SOLD at A$450
1914-52 Acting Brigadier Royal Army Medical Corps group of 9: 1914-15 Star impressed officially: 'LIEUT. J. H. G. HUNTER, RAMC'; British War & Victory Medals: 'CAPT. J. H. G. HUNTER'; General Service Medal 1918-62, GVR clasp Iraq: 'CAPT. J. H. G. HUNTER'; India General Service Medal 1908-35, GVR clasp: 'NORTH WEST FRONTIER 1930-31':'MAJOR J. H. G. HUNTER, RAMC'; 1939-45 Defence & War Medals unnamed as issued; 1937 Coronation & 1953 Coronation Medals unnamed as issued. Service as per RAMC Roll of Officers:' John Henry Graham Hunter; Born 14.03.1891, Argyll, MB, ChB Edinburgh 1913. Lt 11.09.14. Capt 11.09.15. PRAC-Capt 01.08.19 (11.03.18), Maj 11.09.26. Lt Col 09.11.37. A/Col 19.10.42. T/Col 20.04.43, Col 21.02.44 (09.11.40). A/Brig 12.08-21.12.46. Ret 29.03.57. Died 09.11.62 London. Services-RMO 6/Bedf Regt 1914-15. France 1915-16 (invalided). Italy 1918-19. Mespot 1920-21. India 1921-25. Shanghai-Surg Spec 7 Gen Hosp 1927-29. India 1934-36. Surg. To H.E.C-inC AHQ(I) 1937-41. CO PW Gp Hosp. Bangalore 1941-42. CO 4 CGH May-Oct 1942. CO 127 IBGH (BT) 1942-44. CO 133 INGH (BT) 1944-45. ADMS HQ 11 (EA) Div 1945-46. E Africa May-Jul 1946. MELF:DDMS HQ LF Greece Aug-Dec 1946. CO R Victorian Hosp Netley 1947-48. PSMB Northern Cmmd 1948-57. Specialist in Surgery 1927. Medals - 1915 Star, BWM, Vict, GSM & Cl Iraq, IGS'08-NWF.31, Def, War, 1953 Coro'. gVF.
 AVAILABLE at A$1200
1914-37 Royal Engineer 'INDIA' suspender Efficiency Medal & clasp group of 6: 1914-15 Star, British War & Victory Medals impressed officially:'72075 DVR B F BARRACLOUGH, RE'; Efficiency Medal, GVR, 'INDIA' scroll suspender with extra service clasp, impressed officially: 'CQM SJT B F BARRACLOUGH, A B RY BN, AFI'; 1935 Jubilee (unnamed as issued); 1937 Coronation (unnamed as issued). gVF. Unresearched.
1914-20. Gallipoli Operations Royal Navy 1914-15 Star Trio & Long Service Good Conduct group of 4 to Stoker Petty Officer. Star impressed officially '307919 G.E. JEFFERY, SPO, RN.'; LSGC, GVR (Admiral bust) impressed officially '307919 G.E. JEFFERY, STO. PO, HMS, EREBUS'. George Edgar Jeffery, born Kent 1884, enl RN 1904, abroad HMS 'HANNIBAL' when she was serving as a troopship in support of the Gallipoli Operations from Sept 1915, Sto. PO. 1918, LSGC Medal issued 1920, disch 1938. Mounted as worn on original ribbons. gVF. With copy of service sheet.
1914-20 Royal Navy Long Service, Good Conduct Medal group of 4. 1914-15 Star impressed officially:'272491 J CONNELLY, ERA 2, RN'; British War & Victory:'272491 J CONNELLY, CERA 2, RN'; RN & SGC, GVR ADM BUST:'272491 J CONNELLY, CERA 2, HMS COLUMBINE'. Toned on remains of original ribbons & mount bar. EF. Unresearched.
1914-18 Royal Inniskilling Fusiliers 1914-18 British War & Victory Medal pr. Impressed officially '27945 Sjt R Connell, R. Innis. Fus.' together with an original bi-metal Royal Inniskilling Fusiliers cap badge (slider reverse). On original ribbons. gVF/aEF. Unresearched scarce to R. Innis. Fus.
 SOLD at A$80
1914-18 Killed in Action Officer, Middlesex Regt pr. British War & Victory Medals impressed officially 'LIEUT.J.W. JOHNSON'. James William Johnson of Hampshire House, Swadlincote, Burton-On-Trent, enl as Private with 9th Bn, Midd'x Regt 10/9/1914 aged 31 yrs 10 mths, previous service with 1st Bn Northampton VR, service in India from 29/10/14 to 5/7/15, Gazetted 2/Lieut in 8th Bn, Midd'x Regt 6/7/1915, to France 24/5/1917, reported Missing in Action 30/11/1917 - later deemed Killed in Action on, or about, that date. No known grave, commemorated on Cambrai Memorial, Louverval. On original, full length, ribbons. EF. With copies of service documents.
 SOLD at A$150
1911-20 Metropolitan Police & Royal Engineers group of 4. 1914-15 Star Impressed Officially: '67663 Cpl FF Fuszard, RD'; British War & Victory medals: '67663 Sjt FF Fuszard, RE'; Metropolitan Police Coronation medal 1911 engraved officially: 'PC F Fuszard' together with his comrades of the Great War gilt & enamels lapel badge, remnants of ribbon bar & ribbons. gVF/aEF. Not researched.
 SOLD at A$200
1914-18 Royal Garrison Artillery Long Service Group of 3. 1914-18 British War & Victory Medals impressed officially '28389 SJT. W.H. JUNIPER, RA.'; Army LSGC, GVR, impressed officially '1403570 SJT. W.H. JUNIPER, RA'. William H. Juniper, noted as Sergeant, Royal Garrison Artillery on Ministry of Information Card, no other details. Mounted on pin bar with original ribbons as worn. gVF/aEF. With copy of MIC.
1914-18 Queen Mary's Army Auxiliary Corps pr, British War & Victory Medals impressed officially: '2215 WKR. L.M. Browning, QMAAC.' Both on original ribbons. gVF. Scarce to WWI female service persons
 SOLD at A$200
1918-62 Royal Airforce General Service Medal pr. 1955-66 GSM clasp 'Cyprus' (1955-59); GSM 1962- clasp 'Borneo' (1962-66). Both pantographed officially: '3515498 Cpl G.B. PEARCE, RAF'. EF
 SOLD at A$200
1939-45 Royal Navy group of 5. 1939-45 Star; Atlantic Star; Africa Star + 'North Africa 1942-43' clasp; 1939-45 War Medal; Royal Navy Long Service Good Conduct, QEII. Last only named:'LX890830 A. T. DAWSON, PO. STWD., HMS. APOLLO'. Minor contact mark. gVF. Court mounted for display.
 SOLD at A$240
1939-50 Efficiency Decoration / Africa Star group of 5 to Welch Regt. 1939-45 & Africa Stars; Defence & War Medals (all unnamed as issued); ED, GVIR Type 2, rev engraved officially: '1950' together with associated ID tag pr (fibre, on cord) To: '71331 RV Jones, CE/ Blood group 04', a cap, collar & shoulder title & association lapel badge of the Welch Regt; 3 x brass crown & 2 brass 'pip' rank insignia, ribbon bars & a miniature set of medals as above, but with addition of 'Territorial' clasp to ED. Mounted as worn on original ribbons. gVF. All contained in a small ca 1920 cash tin. Unresearched but attributable via the ID tags.
 SOLD at A$200
1950-53 Korea pair to Royal Army Service Corps. GB Korea impressed officially: 'T/22111063 DVR M DUFFY, RASC'; UN Korea unnamed as issued. gVF. Unresearched.
1962 Malay Peninsula Group of 2 to Royal Airforce Campaign Service Medal 1962 clasp: 'MALAY PENINSULA' impressed officially 'c 0582558 FS. C.L. MILWARD, RAF'; Royal Air Force Long Service & Good Conduct, QEII, pantographed officially '582558 CH. TECH. C.L. MILWARD, RAF.' Attractively toned, EF. Both on original ribbons.
Miniature medal. Royal Victorian Medal, contemporary. GVR. Silver on original ribbon. EF.
Miniature medals. 1903 KEVII Coronation, bronze; 1911 Coronation, silver (swivel loop);1911 Delhi-Durbar (swivel loop, sliver); 1935 KGV Jubilee (swivel loop, silver). All contemporary on original ribbons. gVF/EF. (4)
 SOLD at A$90
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