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1914 Trio 1914 trio to Lance Corporal Frederick Robert Hayes 2nd battalion. Middlesex regiment Killed in action 1st July 1916. Battle of the Somme. 1914 Trio Offic: Named: L-10825 PTE. F. R. Hayes 1/Middx. R. Partial Research
Book Debretts Peerage Knightage & Companionage 1915. Handy for researching Titled Officers of WW1.Please see photos for Condition .
Book The Tank Corps by Major William- Ellis, M.C. and A. William-Ellis .First Edition 1919. History of the Tank in WW1. Please see photos for condition.
Book Portmouth and The Great War published by the Evening News and Hampshire Telegraph Company 1919. Containing the Roll of Honour for Portsmouth.See photos for condition.
Book The Ypres Salient by Michael Scott. A guide to the Cemeteries and Memorials of the Salient
Book The 2nd Munsters in France by Lt-Col H.S.Jervis , M.C Published 1998
Book Short History of The London Rifle Brigade. Compiled Regimentally 1916 . Please see photos for condition.
Book The 177th Brigade 1914-1918 by Lt-Col J.P.W. Jamie , M.C. History of the 2/4-2/5-Batt;- Lincolnshire Regt and the 2/4-2/5-Batt;-Leicestershire Regt. Published 1931. Please see photos for condition.
Book The Sherwood Foresters. Notts & Derby Regt . Regimental Annual 1913. Please see photos for condition.
Book 2/4th Battalion Hampshire Regiment 1914-1919. Privately printed 1st Edition . See photos for condition.
Book Active Service Testament 1914
Bronze Sculpture Bronze Sculpture titled " Blighty " by Charles Leonard Hartwell , RA FRBS HRI ( 1873-1951 ) Exhibited at the Royal Academy 1916, No 1913 Bronze stands approx 15 inches high on plinth signed by artist
Bronze Sculpture A Bronze Sculpture of an Imperial German Standard Bearer this was a presentation piece to " Oberst Barth "103rd Regt dated 1900-1902 there is a brass plaque on the rear of the base with all the names of his fellow officers inscribed. This Bronze was produced by Gussv. Pirner & Franz Dresden = Lobtau. This was purchased from the" Shell Hole "Ypres many years ago and used to sit over the fireplace in the bar area.
Field Gun in Action English School , Oil on board depicting a ww1 Field Gun in Action. Approx size 8"by 10"
memorial plaque memorial plaque to ;-55579 Pte Robert Baron 19th Bn Canadian Infantry Casualty 14th june 1916 age 28
Memorial Plaque Plaque to;-265849 Pte Henry Bigwood , Somerset Light Infantry Casualty April 1919 age 41
Memorial Plaque Plaque to 8028 Corporal Edward Pidd Brittan R.G.A Casualty 8th April 1917
Memorial Plaque Plaque to ;- William John Gregg
Memorial Plaque Plaque to ;- James Henry Lewis
Memorial Plaque Plaque to;- 7128 Spr Watson Pudsey 2nd Australian Tunnelling Company. Casualty 9th October 1918. With Research
Military Cross and 1914/15 Trio Title: Military Cross & 1914/15 Trio: Description: M.C. & 14/15 Trio to: captain Charles Nicholls R.E. France 15-10-15. App: Act'g Capt 8th June 1916 whilst comdg a tunnelling co: M.C. 3rd June 1918 Born 1st Dec 1879 Devon Trained at Camborne School of Mines Cornwall. M.C. Inscribed: Captain Charles Nicholls, R.E. June 3r 1916. 1914/15 Star Offic: Named: 2 Lieut. C. Nicholls R.E. War & Victory: Capt. C. Nicholls With paperwork more research to be done.
Military Cross and Pair: Military Cross GV, British war and victory medals to Captain Herbert Massingberd Pentreath, MRCS, LRCP, Royal Army Medical Corps TF. Qualifying as a Doctor of Medicine in 1899 he was commissioned in October 1914 and proceeded to France in February 1917. Severely injured in May 1917 when he was crushed by a lorry overturning, he returned to France in October 1917 and served with 255 Tunneling Company. Awarded the MC in 1918 he later served in North Russia, Egypt and Turkey. He died in Weston Super Mare, Somerset in 1952 aged 81 years. Military Cross GV Unnamed as awarded. British War and Victory Medals Capt H M Pentreath. With a folder of research. Copy medal index card records the award of the British war & victory medals only.
Military Medal M.M. Only to SPR J. McLeod 252 T/COY R.E. M.M. Off: Named 137538 SJT. J. McLeod 252/CO. R.E. It is assumed as his M.M. was in Gazette 1st Sept 1916 that the award was for mining operation at the start of the Somme offensive 1st July 1916. Further research required to Tunneling Records.
Military Medal & 1914/15 Trio: M.M. & 14/15 Trio to: SPR Ernest Warboys R.E. 181st Tunneling Company. M.M. Off: Named 198754 SPR. E. Warboys R.E. 1914/15 & pair Off: Named: 2002 PTE. E. warboys Notts & Derby. R. To France 19/5/15 181st T/Coy Formed Autumn 1915. Discharged 12th Jan 1919. Gazzette: 20th August 1919.
Military Medal & Second Award Bar: M.M. & Bar to: A.CPL Frank. D. Crozier. R. Fus. (Sportsman Battalion) Son of Major General. H. D. Crozier. Entitled to 14/15 Trio. M.M. & Bar: Offic: Named: 390 PTE. F. D. Crozier 23/R. Fus. Further research required.
Military Medal: Military Medal Only to: SJT P. Woolford 178th T/Coy R.E. Killed in action 2/10/16. M.M. award posthumously. Gazette 11th November 1916. M.M. Offic: Named 86950 SJT. P. Woolford 178/TLG. Coy. R.E. Partial Research further research required.
Oil Painting Colin Campbell Cooper (1856-1937 Santa Barbara CA) Portrait of a A.E.F. Soldier signed lower right. Colin Campbell Copper. Oil on canvas laid on board 22"H x 18"W: Provenance: Private Collection Ventura CA Condition Visual: General good condition A 1.5" x 2.25" area of scattered scratches with minor paint loss upper right. Minor frame abrasion along four edges. A small fleck of paint loss around soldiers right eye. Blacklight: No evidence of restoration under blacklight.
Painting Watercolour on paper of a War Torn landscape with burial crosses , signed and dated 1916 artist is presumed to be Lt R.Gordon Roe. Approx size 5.25"by 11.50" not framed.
Painting Watercolour on paper of Struma Valley 69kilos signed and dated R.M.B 27-11-18 . Approx size 11" by 7.50"
Painting Watercolour on paper depicting the Battle of Jutland signed by artist Dorke-Ozar and dated 1916. Not framed size approx 15" by 9.75".
Painting Watercolour and pen on paper of a ww1 Tank signed Val Weber size approx 10" by 7".
Painting Watercolour on card of German Submarine U20 arriving at Wilhelmshaven May 20th 1915 , not framed size approx 11.50" by 8.50".
Painting Watercolour on paper of a Trench system by Sgt Henderson. On the rear of the painting there are pencil notes approx size 6.75" by 4.75" .
Painting Watercolour of a German Machine Gun emplacement at Kemmel by H.Ward with attached pencil notes. Image size approx 5.50" by 4.50".
Painting Watercolour en grisaille on board of Horse Lines, it is attributed to Major Robert Humphrey Feilden who suffered gassing on the Western Front in 1917 and later emigrated to British Columbia. signed Humphrey Feilding. Size approx 15" by 10.50" not framed.
Trench art Model of a WW1 French Renault Tank , made as souvenirs after the war they double up as an inkwell when you lift up the turret n.b glass liner missing on this one. Size approx 5.5 inches x 2.5 inches x 3inches
War & Victory Medal: War & Victory Medal to Second Lieutenant Claude norman Young 12th BN. Royal Scots Attached to 171st Tunneling Company R.E. Casualty 14th July 1916. War & Victory Off: Named. Lieut. C. N. Young.Also with Group: a) 2LT Youngs Rank badge pips, one of them pierced by shell fragment. b) 2LT Youngs I.D. Bracelet. c) Trench souvenirs belonging to 2LT Young 2 bullet heads + Hand grenade fragment. f) A tablet of blue clay inscribed "Blue Clay Trench 127 Mine 75ft Deep 1st March 16 St Yves 21ft Per Day 400 YDS" Further research required.
Watercolour An extremely fine and detailed watercolour of H.M.S Warrior by John Batchelor M B E . The approx size of the painting is 5 inches x 7 inches signed by artist , this would have been painted as and photographed for one of the many books that he illustrated. n.b not framed
Watercolour An extremely fine and detailed watercolour of an American built M3 Tank as delivered to the Russians in 1943.Track guards fitted for Soviets for protection against dust on Russian Plains rather than mud or snow, white star was standard but painted red or red with yellow outline by soviets but mostly just painted out. This painting is by John Batchelor M B E. and would have been painted for one of the many books that he illustrated. The overall size is approx 13 inches x 9.5 inches ,singed but not framed.
Watercolour A extremely fine and detailed watercolour of a French 270mm Mortar by John Batchelor M B E . The approx overall dimensions of this painting is 12 inches x 9 inches and it would have been a commission for a book illustration. n.b. unframed
Watercolour An extremely fine and detailed watercolour of a Curtiss B F 2 C-1 Hawk of VB -5B Bomb Sqdn .5 USS Ranger by John Batchelor MBE. The approx size of the painting is 15 inches x 8 inches and is an illustration for a book.n.b not framed
Watercolour A detailed watercolour study of a Curtiss SBC-3 Helldiver by John Batchelor MBE. The overall size of the study is 13 inches x 9 inches this would have been a commission for a book illustration . n.b not framed
Watercolour A detailed watercolour of an Italian Savoi-Marchetti 3 Engine Medium Bomber of WW2 painted for a book illustration by John Batchelor MBE . Overall size 14.5 inches x 6.5 inches . n.b not framed , unsigned.
Watercolour An extremely fine and detailed watercolour of a Junkers W34 by John Batchelor MBE. This would have been an illustration for a book. Signed by the artist this painting is approx 16 inches x 8 inches . n.b . not framed
Watercolour A detailed watercolour of a Czechoslovak Biplane Fighter the Avia b-534 was produced between the wars. This painting is by John Batchelor MBE who carried out numerous book illustrations. Signed by artist , not framed.
Watercolour An extremely fine and detailed watercolour of a Vickers Wellesley British 1930s Light Bomber by John Batchelor MBE. The approx size of the painting is 17 inches by 8.5 inches signed by artist , this would have been painted for one of the many books that he illustrated. n.b not framed.