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1839 GHUZNEE MEDAL 1839 Ghuznee medal. Unnamed as issued with a replacement contemporary silver straight bar suspender. GVF / VF with a couple of tiny rim bumps & eks
1842 CHINA MEDAL, 26th REGIMENT OF FOOT, CAMERONIANS / SCOTTISH RIFLES 1842 China To- SAMSON.PEEBLES.26th.REGIMENT.FOOT The recipient enlisted in Glasgow 16-1-1840 age 19 & was discharged 1-7-1862.He was a habitual drunk & was tried by court martial no less than seven times & was sentenced to numerous terms of imprisonment & hard labour. He landed on the island of Chusan in Hanchow bay 2-7-1840 & was involved in the amphibious landings to capture the forts in the Canton estury 7-1-1841. GVF with minor eks and edge contact wear to the last three letters of the recipients Christian name. Complete with copy service papers
1843 GWALIOR / MAHARAJPOOR STAR,40th REGIMENT Gwalior star with Maharajpoor 1843 obverse To- PTE.ANDREW.HONEHAN.HM.40th.REGT The recipient enlisted in Kilkenny in August 1835 & served with the 40th regiment until he was sent to the invalid depot in England 20-3-1857. GVF/VF with copy muster roll details
1896 ASHANTI STAR 1896 Ashanti star Unnamed as issued NEF/EF
1914 MONS TRIO, LS&GC & TEM, SCOTS GREYS & SIGNALS 1914 MONS STAR TRIO WITH SLIP ON AUGUST TO NOVEMBER CLASP, WW2 DEFENCE & WAR MEDALS, GV CROWNED HEAD REGULAR ARMY LS&GC & GVIR 1ST TYPE EFFICIENCY MEDAL WITH TERRITORIAL SUSPENDER TO, 8506.PTE.J.HENDERSON.2ND.DRAGOONS (ON THE TRIO) 389801.CPL.J.HENDERSON.THE GREYS (ON THE LS&GC) & 389801.SJT.J.HENDERSON.R.SIGNALS (ON THE EFFICIENCY MEDAL) MOUNTED AS WORN.THE RECIPIENT FIRST LANDED IN FRANCE 8-10-1914 AND TRANSFERED TO THE MILITARY MOUNTED POLICE 22-9-1916. HE RETURNED TO THE ROYAL SCOTS GREYS AT THE WARS END. HE WAS STILL SERVING IN 1939 WHEN WAR BROKE OUT AND TRANSFRED TO THE ROYAL SIGNALS FOR THE DURATION. HE DIED 18-12-1958. COMPLETE WITH MIC AND BASIC RESEARCH DETAILS GVF
1914 TRIO, 1911 CORONATION & LS&GC NORTHAMPTON YEOMANRY OFFICER 1914 MONS STAR TRIO WITH M.I.D OAKLEAVES, 1911 CORONATION & EVII ARMY LS&GC TO, HON.LIEUT & QM.F.CHALLEN.NORTHAMPTONSHIRE YEOMANRY (ON THE 1914 STAR) QM & CAPTAIN.F.CHALLEN (ON THE PAIR) & 2938.S.S.MJR.F.CHALLEN.14TH.HUSSARS (ON THE LS&GC) FRANK CHALLEN ENLISTED IN TO THE 14TH HUSSARS IN BRIGTON 21-12-1889 & WAS AWARDED HIS LS&GC IN 1908. HE LEFT THE REGULAR ARMY IN APRIL 1911 AND JOINED THE STAFF OF THE NORTHAMPTONSHIRE YEOMANRY BEING AWARDED THE 1911 CORONATION MEDAL IN JUNE OF THE SAME YEAR. HE LANDED IN FRANCE 6-11-1914 AND WAS MEMTIONED IN DESPATCHES BY SIR DOUGLAS HAIGH IN THE LONDON GAZETTE 13-6-1916. MOUNTED AS WORN & COMPLETE WITH BOTH OFFICER & OTHER RANK SERVICE PAPERS ALONG WITH MIC & LONDON GAZETTE DETAILS
1914-15 STAR & BRITISH WAR MEDAL, P.O.MECHANIC / SUB-LIEUT, RN & RNVR 1914-15 Star & British War medal To- F-7850.R.C.CRAWLEY.PO.MECH.RN (star) & S.LT.R.C.CRAWLEY.R.N.V.R (on the war medal) Robert.Charles.Crawley was born in Buckhurst Hill 1-11-1889 was a motor engineer when he joined the R.N.AS / RN 23-8-1915 for service as airship crew.He was commissioned in to the R.N.V.R in January 1917 & his commission was transferred to the R.A.F on its formation in April 1918 He was demobilized in 1919. GVF with short lengths of the original silk medal ribbons & complete with basic research details
1914-15 STAR & VICTORY MEDAL, 4th ROYAL SCOTS 1914-15 Star & Victory medal To- 200426.PTE.W.GALLOWAY.R.SCOTS. William Galloway first landed in theatre of war 2B Gallipoli / Balkans 8-6-1915 GVF with replacement medal ribbons & complete with MIC details.
1914-15 STAR, 1st SAPPERS & MINERS 1914-15 Star To- NO-2418.SPR.JAWALA.SINGH. 1/S&M GVF with a short length of the original silk medal ribbon
1914-15 STAR, 38th M.T.Coy, ROYAL ENGINEERS, DIED F&F 21-10-1918 1914-15 Star To- 19136.SPR.R.E.G.PERKS.R.E Richard Edwin George Perks was both born & enlisted in Bath,Somerset & first landed in France 31-3-15.He sadly died whilst serving with the 38th M.T.Coy of the Royal Engineers with a new service number WR-125307. He is buried in the Les Baraques military cemetery in Sangatte, Pas de Calais, France.The C.W.G.C state that he was the late 29 year old son of William & Sarah Jane Perks of 6 Seymour street, Bath GVF with a replacement ribbon & complete with MIC details along with details from both S.D.G.W & the C.W.G.C
1914-15 STAR, YORKSHIRE DRAGOONS, COMMISSIONED ROYAL ARTILLERY 1914-15 Star To- 2593.PTE.E.D.TRASK.YORK.DNS Eric.D.Trask first landed in France 20-7-1915 serving with C squadron of the 1/1st Yorkshire Dragoons. He was wounded on the 12th of November 1916 & commissioned in to the Royal Field Artillery 15-9-17. NEF with a short length of the original silk medal ribbon & complete with MIC details along with other basic research details
1914-15 TRIO & MEMORIAL PLAQUE, 1ST ESSEX REGIMENT, DIED EGYPT 20-7-1917 1914-15 Trio & Memorial plaque To- 22852.PTE.C.W.RAINBIRD.ESSEX.REGT. Charles William Rainbird was born in Crewkerne, Somerset & lived in Lewes, Sussex. He enlisted in to the 1st battalion of the Essex regiment in Chichester and first landed in the Balkans 6-9-1915, He sadly died of heatstroke whilst serving with the 1st garrison battalion of the Essex regiment 20-7-1917 & is buried in the Khartoum war cemetery in Egypt. NEF & complete with MIC details along with details from both S.D.G.W & the C.W.G.C
1914-15 TRIO & MEMORIAL PLAQUE, HMS GOLIATH, KIA GALLIPOLI 13-5-1915 1914-15 Trio & Memorial plaque To- 216755.H.E.GALLOWAY.L.SIG.R.N Henry Edward Galloway was born in Poplar, London 25-4-1886 & joined the Royal Navy 25-4-1901.He was serving onboard HMS Goliath when it was torpedoed of the coast of Gallipoli at 1am on the morning of May 13th 1915. He has no known grave but is commemorated on the Plymouth Memorial. The C.W.G.C state that he was the late 29 year old son of Mr & Mrs Galloway of Poplar, London & the husband of Mrs S Edkins (formerly Galloway) of 6 New Road, Marsh Green, Dagenham Dock, Essex NEF with copy service papers & CWGC details
1914-15 TRIO, DEFENCE, RFR & SPECIAL CONSTABULARY RN & RFR 1914-15 TRIO, WW2 DEFENCE MEDAL, GVR 1ST TYPE R.F.R LS&GC & GVIR 1ST TYPE SPECIAL CONSTABULARY FAITHFUL SERVICE MEDAL TO,K.3761.H.WOODCOCK.L.STO/S.P.O.RN (ON THE TRIO) K.3761.PO.B.13814.H.WOODCOCK.SPO.RFR (ON THE RFR LS&GC) & SECTION LEADER HARRY WOODCOCK (ON THE SPECIAL CONSTABULRY FAITHFUL SERVICE MEDAL)COMPLETE WITH COPY SERVICE PAPERS THAT STATE HARRY WOODCOCK WAS BORN 7-4-1889 AND WAS A LACE MAKER FROM NOTTINGHAM WHEN HE JOINED THE NAVY 9-8-1909. HE SPENT MOST OF HIS WAR SERVICE ONBOARD HMS ZEALANDIA & TRANSFERED TO THE RFR IN 1921. DURING WW2 HE SERVED AS A SECTION LEADER WITH THE SPECIAL CONSTABULARY. A NICE DOUBLE LONG SERVICE GROUP. GVF
1914-15 TRIO, IGS MALABAR,LS&GC,6TH.D.GDS & SUFFOLK.REGT 1914-15 TRIO, IGS 1908 WITH MALABAR 1921-22 CLASP & GV 2ND TYPE ARMY LS&GC TO,8230.PTE.W.DURRANT.6TH.DRAGOON.GUARDS (ON THE TRIO) & 5819919.PTE.W.DURRANT.SUFFOLK.REGT (ON THE IGS & LSGC) WILLIAM DURRANT FIRST LANDED IN FRANCE 16-12-1914 WITH THE 6TH DRAGOON GUARDS AND LATER TRANSFERED TO THE SUFFOLK REGIMENT FOR SERVICE IN THE MALABAR CAMPAIGN. HIS WW1 PAIR WAS REPLACED IN 1923 WHEN IT WAS LOST IN THE SINKING OF THE S.S.EGYPT & THIS IS CONFIRMED ON HIS MIC.THE GROUP IS MOUNTED AS WORN & COMES COMPLETE WITH A LARGE & HEAVY HALLMARKED STERLING SILVER SUFFOLK REGIMENT SHOOTING MEDAL FROM THE REGIMENTAL RIFLE CLUB. THIS IS NAMED ON THE REVERSE TO,PTE DURRANT FOR HIS SERVICES AT THE RAE CUP IN 1930. THE GROUP IS MOUNTED AS WORN GVF
1914-15 TRIO, ROYAL ARMY MEDICAL CORPS 1914-15 Trio To- 28364.CPL.H.C.GALLOWAY.R.A.M.C Herbert.C.Galloway first landed in Egypt 9-11-1915 and later went on to serve with the R.A.F with service number 300283. GVF & complete with MIC details
1982 SOUTH ATLANTIC / FALKLANDS MEDAL WITH COMBAT ROSETTE, HMS INTREPID 1982 South Atlantic medal with combat rosette To- PO.STD.J.D.BUDWORTH.D136741.HMS.INTREPID HMS Intrepid was part of the landings at San Carlos Water & came under heavy attack. Later in the conflict she was used to house Argentine prisoners of war & the Surrender document that ended the conflict was signed on the deck of HMS Intrepid. GVF/NEF
1991 GULF MEDAL WITH 16 JAN TO 28 FEB CLASP, R.A.F 1990-91 Gulf medal with 16 Jan to 28 Feb 1991 clasp To- CPL.C.J.RIPPON (S8108298) RAF NEF
1991 GULF MEDAL WITH 16 JAN TO 28 FEB CLASP, ROUMANIAN HOSPITAL 1990-91 Gulf medal with 16 Jan to 28 Feb 1991 clasp To- SG.N.N.TESLOVAN.SP.MIL.CHR.100 Sergeant.N.N.Teslovan.100th.Surgical.Military.Hospital. The recipient was one of the 363 Roumanian staff of the 100 bed hospital NEF
1991 GULF MEDAL WITH CLASP & NATO FORMER YUGOSLAVIA, R.A.M.C 1991 Gulf war medal with 15 Jan TO 28 Feb 1991 clasp & Nato medal with Former Yugoslavia clasp To- 24553697.PTE.M.N.BAKER.R.A.M.C Court mounted for wear with the pin removed from the reverse of the mounting GVF
1991 GULF MEDAL WITH CLASP, 1977 JUBILEE & RAF LS&GC, WING COMMANDER R.A.F 1991 Gulf medal with 16 Jan to 28 Feb 1991 clasp, 1977 Silver jubilee medal & EIIR 2nd type R.A.F LS&GC To- FLT.LT / WG.CDR.T.ROWE.R.A.F Trevor Rowe was born in Kent & enlisted in to the RAF in 1959. He served 10 years in the ranks prior to his commission as Flying officer with the supply branch in 1968.He served for 34 years & retired as a Wing Commander in 1993. He lives in North Yorkshire & is the Author of a book entitled Listen to the faith Healer, a chapter from Another day Another dog. About his exploits house sitting & pet sitting. Gulf medal named WG.CDR & LS&GC named FLT.LT. Complete with both the Saudi Arabia & Kuwait liberation medals along with London gazette details and other basic research.
2 BAR IGS 1895, 2ND K.O.Y.L.I, PUNJAB FRONTIER & TIRAH 1898 IGS 1895 with clasps for Punjab Frontier 1897-98 & Tirah 1897-98 To- 4923.PTE.J.W.FROST.2nd.BN.K.O.YORKS.LI NEF & complete with medal roll details
2 BAR QSA, 4th YORKSHIRE REGIMENT QSA 1899-1902 with clasps for Cape Colony & South Africa 1902 To- 5181.PTE.R.GALLOWAY.YORKSHIRE.REGT Robert Galloway from Leeds enlisted in February 1902 at the age of 18 & arrived in South Africa with the 4th battalion of the Yorkshire regiment 11-3-1902. He remained in South Africa until 5-9-1902 when he returned to the UK & was discharged to the reserve 25-9-1902 VF with minor eks & complete with copy service papers & medal roll details
2 BAR QSA, NORTHUMBERLAND FUSILIERS, M.I.D WITH THE MOUNTED INFANTRY 10-9-1901 QSA 1899-1902 with clasps for Cape Colony & Orange Free State To- 3413.PTE.J.McLAUGHLIN.NORTH'D.FUS The recipient was born in Nottingham & enlisted in to the Northumberland Fusiliers 24-6-1892 age 18. He served in Gibraltar, Egypt & Crete prior to landing in South Africa 4-11-1899. He was mentioned in Despatches in the London Gazette 10-9-1901 whilst serving with no-2 Company, 10th Mounted Infantry. & was discharged in 1908. NEF/EF & complete with copy service papers & medal roll details
2 BAR QSA, NORTHUMBERLAND FUSILIERS, P.O.W AT STORMBERG 10-12-1899 QSA 1899-1902 with clasps for Cape Colony & Transvaal To- 4648.PTE.J.MOORHEAD.NORTH'D.FUS The recipient was born in Newcastle upon Tyne & enlisted in to the Northumberland Fusiliers in 1895. He was captured & taken prisoner of war at Stormberg 10-12-1899 during the first battle of Black week. He was released at Waterval 6-6-1900 & served in South Africa until 1903.He transferred to the army reserve in 1907 & was discharged in 1911. GVF & complete with basic research details including copy medal roll details & Boer war casualty roll details
2 CLASP GSM PALESTINE 1945-48 & ARABIAN PENINSULA, K.O.S.B GVIR 1st type GSM 1918-1962 with Palestine 1945-48 & Arabian Peninsula clasps To- 14839452.PTE.H.MARSHALL.KOSB NEF & a slightly later claim with a swivel suspender. both clasps neatly riveted together as issued
2 CLASP SUTLEJ, 2 CLASP PUNJAB & LS&GC, 3RD HUSSARS Sutlej 1845-46, for Moodkee 1845, 2 clasps, Ferozeshuhur, Sobraon, Punjab 1848-49, 2 clasps, Chilianwala, Goojerat (R. Sumpter, 3rd Lt. Dragns.) Army L.S. & G.C., V.R., small letter reverse (1123 Sergt. Robt. Sumpter 3rd Hussars) NVF/VF
2003 IRAQ / OP-TELIC WITH 19 MAR TO 28 APR 2003 CLASP, COMBAT & ARMOURED ENGINEER, ROYAL ENGINEERS 2003 Iraq / Op-Telic medal with 19 Mar to 28 Apr 2003 clasp To- 25075067.SPR.C.G.FOX.RE. The recipient was born 16-10-1980 & enlisted 9-3-98 He served as both a military engineer (Armoured) & a military engineer (Combat) with technical qualifications in both. He also passed as a team medic cadre & as a fully qualified carpenter & joiner prior to taking his discharge in 2004. NEF & complete with two copy pages from the recipients discharge certificate including basic details of enlistment & courses passed along with a copy of his leaving testimonial & a copy group photograph of the recipient in Iraq as part of the 39th armoured engineer squadron.
3 BAR CRIMEA PAIR, RIFLE BRIGADE Crimea medal with clasps for Alma, Inkermann & Sebastopol, Turkish Crimea medal with Sardinian obverse. Officially impressed To- J.PHIPPS.2nd.BN.RIFLE.Bde. 3778.Pte Joseph Phipps died at Scutari 2-1-1856 VF or better with contact marks in the obverse field on the British Crimea medal. Complete with medal roll & muster roll details.
3 BAR CRIMEA, 4th REGIMENT OF FOOT, OFFICIALLY IMPRESSED Crimea 1854-56 with clasps for Alma, Inkerman & Sebasopol To- SERJT.C.FREER.4th.REGT (ROYAL LANCASTER REGIMENT) The recipient enlisted at Bristol 12-5-1848 with service number 2490.He was sent home from Scutari 14-1-55 & it is highly likely that he died on the passage home. NEF with copy muster roll & medal roll details.
3 BAR IGS 1895, MALAKAND, TIRAH & PUNJAB FRONTIER, 21st PUNJAB INFANTRY IGS 1895 with clasps for Malakand 1897, Tirah 1897-98 & Punjab Frontier 1897-98 To- 3446.SEPOY.CHAJJA.SINGH.21st PUNJAB.INFY. Two companies of the 21st Punjab infantry served at the relief of Malakand & Chakdarra. GVF/VF
3 BAR QSA, 10th HUSSARS, DIED INDIA 1903,FROM PRESTON QSA 1899-1902 with clasps for Cape Colony, South Africa 1901 & South Africa 1902 to, 4896.PTE.C.THOMPSON.10th.HUSSARS.The recipient died at M,How India 11-9-1903 & the medal was sent to his father Mr.W.Thompson at 130 Aquaduct street, Preston lances, 14-9-1903. complete with medal roll details. NEF
3 BAR QSA, 19TH HUSSARS, KIA SOUTH AFRICA 23-3-1900 QSA 1899-1902 With clasps for Orange Free State, Laing's Nek & Belfast To-3685.PTE.G.JEFFREY.19TH.HUSSARS. The recipient was killed in action in South Africa 23-3-1900. NEF & complete with both medal roll & casualty roll details
3 BAR QSA, 5TH LANCERS QSA 1899-1902 With clasps for Cape Colony, Orange Free State & Transvaal To- 5167.PTE.J.MORRIS.5TH.LANCERS GVF/NEF & complete with medal roll details
3 BAR QSA, DEFENCE OF LADYSMITH, K.R.R.C QSA 1899-1902 with clasps for Defence of Ladysmith, Transvaal & Laing's Nek to, 7067.PTE.E.S.BAILEY.K.R.R.C.Complete with medal roll details. GVF/NEF
3 BAR QSA, ROYAL SCOTS FUSILIERS QSA 1899-1902 with clasps for Cape Colony, Orange Free State & Transvaal To- 6284.PTE.F.HINCHCLIFFE.R.SCOTS.FUS GVF & complete with medal roll details
3 BAR,QSA DEFENCE OF LADYSMITH, K.R.R.C QSA 1899-1902 with clasps for Defence of Ladysmith,orange free state & South Africa 1902 to,1419.PTE.W.DALEY.K.R.R.C.Complete with medal roll details. GVF/NEF
4 BAR QSA & 1914-15 TRIO, 20th HUSSARS & A.S.C QSA 1899-1901 with clasps for Orange Free state, Transvaal, South Africa 1901 & South Africa 1902 & 1914-15 trio To- 4426.PTE.E.H.RUSSELL.20th.HUSSARS (QSA) & T2SR-01732.DVR.E.RUSSELL.A.S.C (TRIO) Ernest.H.Russell served in the Boer war with the 20th Hussars & following that service returned to the special reserve in the UK. He first landed in France 10-7-1915 with the Army Service Corps & was discharged to the class Z reserve at the wars end NEF & complete with both medal roll & MIC details.
4 BAR QSA & BWM, CPL / CSM (PIPER) 1st & 8th BLACK WATCH / ROYAL HIGHLANDERS, KIA F&F 19-7-1918 QSA 1899-1902 with clasps for Orange Free State, Transvaal, South Africa 1901,South Africa 1902 & the same recipients WW1 British War medal To- 5766.CPL / WO.CL.2.J.GALLOWAY.R.HIGHRS John Galloway was born in Leslie, Fifeshire 23-6-77 and enlisted in Kirkcaldy, Fifeshire in 1894. He served with the 1st battalion in South Africa during the Boer war & was serving as a Company Serjeant Major with the 8th battalion when he was killed in action in France & Flanders 19-7-1918. He is buried in Meteren Military Cemetery & is recorded by the C.W.G.C as the late 40 year old son of George & Jane Galloway of Leslie, Fife & the husband of Elizabeth Lindsay of 65 Spottiswoode Street, Edinburgh. QSA GVF, BWM NEF, complete with a copy photograph of the recipient in uniform wearing his QSA. Along with a copy of the recipients extensive entry in the De Ruvigny's roll of Honour, MIC details, CWGC details, medal rolls,copy newspaper cuttings & other basic research details (also entitled to the victory medal)
4 BAR QSA, DEFENCE OF LADYSMITH, K.R.R.C QSA 1899-1902 with clasps For Defence of Ladysmith, Orange free state, Transvaal & Laings Nek to, 7953.PTE.J.CALVERT.K.R.R.C.Complete with medal roll details.
4 BAR QSA, MANCHESTER REGIMENT, DEFENCE OF LADYSMITH QSA 1899-1902 with clasps for Defence of Ladysmith, Belfast, Cape Colony & Orange Free State To- 5232.PTE.J.COLLINS.MANCHESTER.REGT The recipient was born in Knutsford & enlisted in 1897. He was discharged in 1909 & joined the Army reserve. NEF/GVF Complete with copy service papers & medal roll details.
4 BAR QSA, OFFICER, RAILWAY PIONEER REGIMENT QSA 1899-1902 With clasps for Cape Colony, Orange Free State, Transvaal & South Africa 1901 To- CAPT.R.H.URMSON.RLY.PNR.RGT Roland Horsfall Urmson was born in Bardsley, Lancs in 1871 and first served overseas as a Sjt with the Railway Pioneer regiment with service number 1000. He was commissioned in to his own unit in 1900 & finished his war as a captain. GVF & complete with copy medal roll details and other basic research & biographical details
5 BAR QSA, DURHAM LIGHT INFANTRY, WOUNDED BOER WAR & DIED OF WOUNDS WW1 QSA 1899-1902 with clasps for Cape Colony, Orange Free State, Transvaal, South Africa 1901 & South Africa 1902 To- 7012.PTE.W.GALLOWAY.DURHAM.L.I Walter Galloway was born & lived in Cassop, County Durham & enlisted in Durham in December 1899. He served in South Africa with the 2nd battalion & was wounded at Rietfontein 20-11-1901 whilst serving with the 23rd battalion of mounted infantry He was posted to the reserve in 1908 & re-called for service in WW1. He landed in France 5-1-1915 serving with the 2nd battalion & sadly died of wounds in France & Flanders 10-8-1915. He is buried in Lijssenthoek military cemetery & is recorded by the C.W.G.C as the late son of John & Mary Galloway of Cassop, County Durham. GVF with minor eks to the rim & complete with research details including MIC details, medal rolls, casualty rolls, copy photographs of the recipient in uniform along with a copy newspaper article to state that he had been reported as KIA 30-1-1915 but his family had received a letter from him written two days after he was reported as KIA.Sadly he did pay the ultimate sacrifice just six months later. He is also entitled to the KSA,1914-15 Trio & Memorial plaque
5 BAR QSA, NORTHUMBERLAND FUSILIERS (MOUNTED INFANTRY) WOUNDED KLIP DRIFT 1902 QSA 1899-1902 with clasps for Cape Colony, Orange Free State, Transvaal, South Africa 1901 & South Africa 1902 To- 5958.PTE.J.MATTHEWS.NORTH'D.FUS.M.I The recipient was born in Shipley & enlisted at Bradford in August 1899.He served in South Africa with the mounted infantry battalions of the Northumberland Fusiliers between February 1901 & April of 1903. He was slightly wounded at Klip Drift on the 7th of March 1902. He was discharged to the army reserve in 1907.The medal roll & casualty roll give his initial as J when in truth his service papers state his first name was Albert. His service number & unit are the same throughout. GVF & complete with copy service papers, Medal roll & casualty roll details.
A SUPERB FAMILY GROUP TO THE THREE BAKER BROTHERS FROM NOTTINGHAM, NOTTS & DERBY.R, A.P.C & COLDSTREAM.GDS A superb family group to the three Baker brothers from Sandiacre, Nottingham 1) 1914-15 Trio & Memorial plaque To- 1772.PTE / 2nd LIEUT.C.C.BAKER.A.P.C Colin Claude Baker first landed in France 20-4-1915 serving with the Army pay corps A.P.C. He was commissioned in to the 13th service battalion of the Notts & Derby regiment 22-8-1915 & sadly died of wounds in France & Flanders 12-5-1917 serving with D-Coy of the 10th battalion. He is buried in Etaples Cemetery 2) 1914-15 Trio, Immediate M.S.M & Memorial plaque To- 1476.PTE/A-SJT.E.C.BAKER.A.P.C Edgar Cecil Baker first Landed in France 12-2-1915 & was awarded the immediate M.S.M in the London gazette 17-6-1918. He was undertaking officer training and was attached to the Hampshire regiment prior to taking a commission in the Notts & Derby regiment. He was sadly wounded & gassed and died of wounds at home 19-6-1918. He is buried in Sandiacre (St.Giles) Cemetery, Nottingham. One of only 81 immediate awards of the M.S.M to the Army Pay corps for WW1 & one of only 11 awards for France & Flanders. 3) 1914-15 Trio To- 14636.PTE.JH..BAKER.COLDSTREAM.GUARDS Joseph.H.baker was the youngest of the three brothers & survived his service in WW1. All three brothers were the sons of Joseph HENRY & Annie baker. A family of Lace Makers from Hill Crest, Sandiacre, Nottingham The medals are GVF/NEF and are very lightly polished. They are housed in a hardwood period frame & come complete with a nice archive of original photographs and documents as pictured. Along with MIC details for all three brothers & details from both the C.W.G.C & S.D.G.W for the two who paid the ultimate sacrifice. The postage price reflects the weight of the items. I can remove the glass from the frame for posting but at the buyers risk.
ABYSSINIA 1867-68, 33rd DUKE OF WELLINGTON\'S REGT Abyssinia 1867-68 To- 673.J.FITZGERALD.33rd.DW.REGT GVF or better with copy medal roll details. With the original undamaged suspension
AFGHANISTAN 1842, CANDAHAR, GHUZNEE, CABUL, HM 40th REGT Afghanistan 1842 with Candahar, Ghuznee, Cabul reverse To- PTE.M.BENSON.HM.40th.REGT Matthew Benson enlisted 5-12-1839 age 18 & was born in Leeds. He was a tailor by trade & went on to serve for 5 years in India & just over four years in Australia. He was discharged in Fitzroy Town, Melbourne & in 1877 he is recorded on the rates records as a tailor owning three rooms in Wood House, Falconer street.He died 28-11-1892 age 72 whilst living as an inmate at the united services home in Drysdale. He is buried in the military section of Drysdale cemetery. Greater Geelong city, victoria Australia. GVF with the original suspender & complete with service details.
AFGHANISTAN 1878-79-80,6TH DRAGOON GUARDS No clasp Afghanistan 1878-79-80 To- 1371.PTE.A.BEANEY.6TH.D.GDS GVF/VF with minor contact marks in the field & complete with medal roll details
ASHANTEE 1873-74, COOMASSIE, 1ST WEST INDIA REGIMENT Ashantee 1873-74 with Coomassie clasp To- 3434.PTE.HYNDS.1ST.W.I.REGT.1873-74 Complete with medal roll details GVF/NEF
ASHANTEE 1873-74, PLUMBERS MATE, HMS AMETHYST Ashantee 1873-74 To- E.CLARKE.PLUMRS.MATE.H.M.S.AMETHYST 73-74 235 medals issued to this ship NEF
BALTIC MEDAL 1854-1855 Baltic Medal 1854-55 Unnamed as issued NEF
BRITISH & UN KOREA PAIR, DUKE OF WELLINGTONS REGIMENT EIIR 1st type British Korea medal & UN Korea medal To- 22418918.CPL.F.PRATT.D.W.R GVF with small official correction to the letter R of DWR & court mounted as worn
BRITISH & UN KOREA PAIR, DUKE OF WELLINGTONS REGIMENT EIIR 1st type British Korea medal & UN Korea medal to,22659571.PTE.F.JONES.D.W.R NEF/GVF
BRITISH & UN KOREA PAIR, DURHAM LIGHT INFANTRY EIIR 1st type Queens Korea medal & United Nations Korea medal To- 22634823.PTE.R.DIXON.D.L.I GVF
BRITISH & UN KOREA PAIR, K.O.S.B EIIR 1st type British Korea medal & UN Korea medal To- 22573093.PTE.G.LOGAN.K.O.S.B GVF
BRITISH & UN KOREA PAIR, MIDDLESEX REGIMENT EIIR 1st type British Korea medal & UN Korea medal To- 22264877.CPL.A.WRIGHT.MX GVF & swing mounted as worn with minor contact marks in the obverse field.
BRITISH & UN KOREA PAIR, ROYAL ARMOURED CORPS (R.A.C) EIIR 1st type British Korea medal & UN Korea medal To- 22636403.TPR.A.C.CLARK.R.A.C GVF or better
BRITISH & UN KOREA PAIR, ROYAL FUSILIERS, KIA OPERATION PIMLICO 25-10-1952 EIIR 1st type British Korea medal & UN Korea medal To- 22560814.FUS.M.J.PRENTICE.R.F Michael John Prentice was born 10-2-1933 & was a member of the East Surrey Regiment. He was killed in action in Korea 25-11-1952 as part of operation Pimlico .He was serving as a sten gunner with no-1 section prisoner snatch group with the 1st battalion Royal Fusiliers. He was 19 years of age at the time of his death & is buried in the UN cemetery at Pusan, Korea NEF & complete with casualty roll details & other basic research details.
BRITISH & UN KOREA PAIR, ROYAL SCOTS EIIR 1st type British Korea medal & UN Korea medal To- 22805814.PTE.R.DOLAN.RS GVF or better
BRITISH & UN KOREA PAIR, ROYAL SCOTS EIIR 1st type British Korea medal & UN Korea medal To- 22729929.PTE.E.W.HAY.R.S GVF or better.
BRITISH & UN KOREA PAIR, THE KINGS REGIMENT (LIVERPOOL.REGT) EIIR 1st type British Korea medal & UN Korea medal To- 22580298.PTE.L.SMITH.KINGS NEF
CANADA GENERAL SERVICE, FENIAN RAID 1886, 2/7th ROYAL FUSILIERS Canada General Service 1866-1870 with Fenian Raid 1866 clasp To- 143.PTE.J.EVANS.2/7.R.FUS The recipient was born in Liverpool & enlisted in Monmouth 27-10-57 at the age of 18. He served in Gibraltar, Malta & Canada prior to his 1868 discharge NEF With copy service papers & medal roll details
CANADIAN & UN KOREA PAIR, ROYAL CANADIAN REGIMENT, WOUNDED 1953 Canadian issue Queen's Korea medal with Canada below the monarchs effigy & UN Korea medal To- SC-7217.B.G.HEENAN Beverly Garth Heenan was a resident of Ontario & served with the Royal Canadian Regiment in Korea. He is listed as wounded in the official casualty list No-165 dated 10-1-1953. One of 409 members of the R.C.R to be wounded in Korea between 1951 & 1953 NEF & complete with casualty roll details
CHINA 1900 & 1914-15 TRIO,HMS PIQUE,HMAS MELBOURNE No clasp China 1900 & 1914-15 trio to,G.FROST.STO.HMS.PIQUE (on the China) & 290121.G.F.FROST.L.STO.RN (on the pair) George Frederick frost was born in Torquay 1875 & joined the navy in October of 1898. He served on HMS Pique during the 1900 boxer rebellion & during WW1 transferred for service with the Royal Australian navy onboard HMAS Melbourne. Complete with copy service papers & other extensive research details regarding his service that includes a book published all about HMAS Melbourne in 2013 that includes a picture of the recipient and crew lists for her voyages between 1913 & 1928.the postage price reflects the weight of the book & the research
CHINA 1900, 1914-15 TRIO & GV RFR LONG SERVICE, HMS ARETHUSA China 1900, 1914-15 trio & GV RFR long service To- 174145.T.A.BLANKS.LDG.SM/PO.HMS.ARETHUSA Thomas Arthur Blanks was born in Essex in 1878 & joined the Royal Navy as a boy in 1896.He purchased his discharge in 1902 & joined the RFR. He re-enrolled in 1911 & was discharged on demobilization in 1921.He spent his war service afloat onboard HMS Sirius from July 1915 to January 1918 whilst HMS Sirius was serving off the coast of West Africa. GVF or better with the China medal being named to the recipient onboard HMS Arethusa & complete with copy service papers & medal roll details
CRIMEA, BALAKLAVA & SEBASTOPOL, 79th HIGHLANDERS Crimea 1854 with clasps for Balaklava & Sebastopol To- JOHN.PETRIE.79th.HIGHLANDERS GVF & neatly engraved in a contemporary period style Complete with medal roll details that confirm the recipients entitlement to both clasps
DCM & PAIR FOR ITALY, 10th NORTHUMBERLAND FUSILIERS GV 1st type WW1 DCM & WW1 Pair To- 14710.SJT.W.JOHNSON.NORTH'D.FUS William Johnson from Gateshead enlisted in to the 10th service battalion of the Northumberland Fusiliers 9-11-1914 & was awarded the DCM for service in Italy in the London Gazette 3-6-1918 with the citation being published 21-10-1918. The citation states For conspicuous gallantry & devotion to duty at all times in operations.On one occassion, when going in with his company to relieve a battalion, owing to severe shelling and bad conditions, his platoon was cut off.After getting it into a trench for cover, he personally reconnoitred the way to the front post, afterwards returning, leading up his platoon, and effecting relief.His courage and initiative were worthy of high praise. He was discharged with a silver war badge 24-3-19 GVF or better with very minor contact marks in the obverse field on the DCM & complete with MIC details, Medal roll details & London gazette details
E&W AFRICA BENIN 1897, EVII RN LS&GC & WW1 GV IMMEDIATE RN MSM East & West Africa medal 1887-1900 with Benin 1897 clasp, EVII RN LS&GC & GV 1st type WW1 immediate RN Meritorious Service Medal (MSM) To- J.GALLOWAY.STO.HMS.FORTE (E&W Africa) 278440.J.GALLOWAY.STO.PO.HMS.SHANNON 278440.J.GALLOWAY.CH.STO.SABRINA.NORWAY. 13.DEC.1917 (on the MSM) Joseph Galloway was born 24-2-1874 in Oxborough, Norfolk & joined the Royal Navy 6-11-1894.During his service he was one of three Royal Navy pipers at H.M.S.Victory.He was awarded his RN LS&GC in 1909 & in the London Gazette 15-2-1919 he was awarded the immediate RN M.S.M. This was awarded for his service when the German 2nd flotilla attacked the British Scandinavian shipping route. The recipient was demobilized to shore on completion of his service in December 1920. GVF or better with minor contact marks & eks. Complete with copy service papers, medal rolls, London Gazette details & other basic research including a small newspaper cutting that includes a photograph of the three RN pipers at HMS Victory with the recipient being named as one of the three men pictured. The recipient is also entitled to the 1914-15 trio for his services in WW1
EAST & WEST AFRICA WITU 1890, HMS KINGFISHER East & West Africa 1887-1900 with Witu 1890 clasp To- W.G.Mc.KEOWN.DOM.2.CL.HMS.KINGFISHER. William George McKeown was born in Aldershot, Hampshire 18-7-1862 & joined the Royal Navy in 1880. He was one of 95 recipients of the Witu 1890 clasp to HMS Kingfisher. NEF & complete with copy service papers & medal roll details.
EAST & WEST AFRICA WITU 1890, HMS TURQUOISE East & West Africa 1887-1900 with Witu 1890 clasp To- E.O'DONNELL.ORD.HMS.TURQUOISE One of 148 medals with this clasp issued to the ship. EF with copy medal roll details
EGYPT & SUDAN, ALEXANDRIA 11th JULY, HMS INVINCIBLE Egypt & Sudan with 1882 dated reverse & Alexandria 11th July clasp. To- W.HARPER.ORD.HMS.INVINCIBLE William Harper was born in Barony, Lanark 14-9-1861 & enlisted in to the Royal Navy 14-9-1879. He was invalided out of the service 8-5-1883 & had died prior to the issue of his medal. Which was sent to his mother 29-8-1885 NEF with copy service papers & medal roll details
EGYPT & SUDAN, EL-TEB, 1st YORK & LANCASTER REGT, WOUNDED EL-TEB 1884 Egypt & Sudan with undated reverse & El-Teb clasp To- 1526.PTE.M.CONNOLLY.1/YORK & LANC.R The recipient was born in Galway & enlisted at the age of 18 14-11-1867. He received a slight bullet wound to the head at El-Teb 29-2-1884 & was medically discharged 31-10-1887. GVF with standard minor contact marks to the obverse with one minor ek to the reverse rim & complete with copy service papers & medal roll details
EGYPT & SUDAN, EL-TEB-TAMAAI, THE NILE 1884-85 & KIRBEKAN, 1st ROYAL HIGHLANDERS / BLACK WATCH Egypt & Sudan with undated reverse & clasps for El-Teb-Tamaai, The Nile 1884-85 & Kirbekan To- 1441.PTE.J.PATTERSON.1/R.HIGHRS. He enlisted in August 1882 & served in Portsmouth for the first 15 months of his service & then deserted from 19-3-1883 to 17-9-1883 when he re-joined his unit in Aldershot.He served in Egypt from April 1884 to April 1886.The battalion sailed for Malta 1-5-1886 & Pte Patterson deserted again 16-5-1886. NEF & complete with medal roll & service details which confirm all three clasps. Page 41 of the medal roll states he was also entitled to the Suakin 1884 clasp put page 99 states he was not entitled to the Suakin 1884 clasp.
EGYPT & SUDAN, GEMAIZAH 1888 & TOSKI 1889, 20th HUSSARS Egypt & Sudan with undated reverse with Gemaizah 1888 & Toski 1889 clasps To- 2193.PTE.J.ELVINE.20th.HUSSARS John Elvine was born in Bury St Edmunds & enlisted in to the 20th HUSSARS 10-7-1883.He served in Egypt 2-6-1885 to 2-11-1890 & was present at the action at Ginnis & took part in the operations at Toski 3-8-1889 when one troop of the 20th Hussars was the only British unit present. NEF/GVF with minor contact marks in the left hand field on the obverse & complete with both copy service papers & medal roll details.
EGYPT & SUDAN, SUAKIN 1885 & TOFREK, R.M.L.I Egypt & Sudan with undated reverse & clasps for Suakin 1885 & Tofrek To- T.STEVENSON.PTE.R.M.L.I The recipient was born in Ruddington, Nottinghamshire & enlisted 12-6-1883 age 19. He served with the Royal Marine battalion in Egypt from 16-9-1884 to 29-5-1885. His medal was issued to him in August 1886 whilst serving onboard HMS Orontes. GVF with contact marks in the obverse field & minor eks. Complete with copy service papers & medal roll details.
EGYPT & SUDAN, TAMAAI, ROYAL MARINES Egypt & Sudan with undated reverse & Tamaai clasp To- E.SKEGGS.PTE.RM The recipient was born in Ilford, Essex & enlisted age 17 on the 12th of August 1872.He served with the Chatham division with service number 548 & spent most of his service onboard HMS Euryalus. He served ashore with the RM battalion at Tamaai & this medal along with a 1884 dated khedives star are the recipients only medal entitlement GVF with minor contact marks in the obverse field & complete with copy service papers & medal roll details
EGYPT & SUDAN, TEL-EL-KEBIR, 3rd KINGS ROYAL RIFLE CORPS Egypt & Sudan 1882-89 with Tel-El-Kebir clasp & 1882 dated reverse To- 118.PTE.W.BLACKMORE.3/K.R.RIF.C GVF with medal roll details
EGYPT & SUDAN, THE NILE 1884-85, MEDICAL STAFF CORPS Egypt & Sudan medal with The Nile 1884-85 clasp & undated reverse To- 5498.PTE.C.SOUTER.MEDICAL STAFF.CORPS GVF with copy medal roll details
EGYPT TEL-EL-KEBIR, 2ND SEAFORTH HIGHLANDERS Egypt medal with 1882 dated reverse & Tel-El-Kebir clasp To- 2721.PTE.P.DOYLE.2nd.SEAFORTH.HIGHRS GVF with minor contact marks & small ek.complete with medal roll details
EGYPT, GEMAIZAH 1888, 2ND K.O.S.B Egypt & The Nile medal 1882-1889 With unndated reverse & Gemaizah 1888 clasp To- 2153.PTE.E.LAMB.2nd.K.O.S.B The recipient was a native of Gateshead & enlisted at Berwick 26-11-1886 & was discharged unfit in 1894. Other than a Khedives star this is the recipients only medal entitelment VF with minor contact marks from the star & complete with copy service papers & medal roll details.
EIIR 1st TYPE GSM MALAYA, KINGS DRAGOON GUARDS EIIR 1st type GSM 1918-1962 with Malaya clasp To- 23363851.TPR.F.NEWTON.K.D.G GVF or better
EIIR 2nd TYPE REGULAR ARMY LS&GC, ROYAL ENGINEERS EIIR 2nd type Regular Army LS&GC To- 22821029.S-SGT.D.GALLOWAY.R.E GVF
EIIR AGS KENYA, K.O.Y.L.I EIIR A.G.S with Kenya clasp To- 23068657.PTE.E.SCOTT.K.O.Y.L.I NEF
EIIR GSM CYPRUS, ARGYLL & SUTHERLAND HIGHLANDERS EIIR 2nd type GSM 1918-1962 with Cyprus clasp To- 23472587.PTE.J.DAVIDSON.A.&.S.H GVF with a very tiny ek to the reverse rim
EIIR GSM CYPRUS, CAMERONIANS / SCOTTISH RIFLES EIIR 2nd type GSM 1918-1962 with Cyprus clasp To- 23314445.RFN.T.STRAIN.CAMERONIANS. The regiment did not serve in Cyprus during the campaign & the recipient must of been attached to another unit as a specialist. GVF with small ek to rim & rare
EIIR GSM MALAYA, KINGS DRAGOON GUARDS (K.D.G) EIIR 1st type GSM 1918-1962 with Malaya clasp To- 23444829.TPR.A.BROOK.K.D.G N.E.F
EVII AGS SOMALILAND 1908-10, SHIPWIGHT HMS DIANA EVII A.G.S with Somaliland 1908-10 clasp To- 346326.H.S.GOODFELLOW.SHPT.HMS.DIANA NEF & complete with medal roll details
EVII T.F.E.M, 6TH MANCHESTER REGIMENT EVII T.F.E.M To- 217.L-SJT.J.H.BAGULEY.6TH.MANCH.REGT The recipient was awarded his T.F.E.M in army order four of 1909 & was one of 52 EVII examples as issued to this battalion between 1908 & 1911 NEF/GVF
FAMILY GROUP, METROPOLITAN POLICE & MIDDLESEX REGIMENT, KIA F&F 1918 A very nice family group to a father & son from Middlesex 1) Metropolitain police 1887 jubilee medal with 1897 clasp & 1902 coronation medal To, PC.H.HORNE.A.DIV (on the 1887 medal) PC.H.HORNE.Y.DIV (on the1902 coronation medal) henry Horne was born 11-8-1864 & joined the police at old scotland yard 18-2-1884.He joined P divsion but soon transfered to A divsion in 1886. He later transfered to Y division in 1888 & retired 22-2-1909 2) 1914-15 Trio to, L-11192.PTE/A-CPL H.L.HORNE.MIDDLESEX.REGIMENT Henry Lewis Horne first landed in France 18-1-1915 serving with the 4th battalion of the Middlesex Regiment. He was sadly killed in action in FRANCE & Flanders 9-9-1918. He was born in Enfield, Middlesex & enlisted in Mill Hill, Middlsex. He is recorded by the CWGC as the late 29 year old son of Harry & Mary Horne of 19 Palace Street, Canterbury & is buried in the Vaulx Hill Cemetery in Flanders Complete with copy service papers for both recipients and details from both the CWGC & SDGW for the son.along with the younger recipients original white metal dog tag. GVF /NEF
FATHER & SON FAMILY GROUP TO ROYAL NAVY PAYMASTERS China 1900, 1914-15 trio, WW2 War medal & 1911 Coronation medal To- PAYMR.J.E.JONES.RN.HMS.ARTHUSA (China) FT.PAYR / PAYR.COMMR.J.E.JONES.RN (Trio) John Edward Jones was born 4-9-1866 & joined the Royal Navy in 1883.He served onboard HMS Arethusa during the Boxer rebellion in China 1900 & was awarded his trio & his 1911 coronation medal for his services onboard HMS Neptune in the early stages of WW1 & then spent the rest of his WW1 service at Dartmouth Naval college.He had reached the rank of Paymaster Rear Admiral when he died in service 21-1-1948. He was awarded the Military C.B.E in the London gazette 1-1-1923 (Dated 30-12-1922) but this is missing from the group. GVIR 1st type NGS 1915-1962 with clasps for Palestine 1936-39 & Palestine 1945-48, WW2 Defence Medal, 1939-45 War Medal & 1953 Coronation Medal. To- PAYR.LT.CDR.R.W.JONES.RN. Ralph Williamson Jones was born 22-5-1904 & after service in Palestine during the Arab revolt of 1936-1939. He spent WW2 at HMS Victory & HMS Edinburgh Castle. He was awarded his 1953 Coronation medal as a Paymaster Captain (S) & died in Chichester in October of 1999 age 95. Both groups are GVF or better & the sons group is mounted as worn. Complete with copy service papers for the father.Along with medal roll details & other basic research details. The sons group comes with Coronation medal roll details & registration of death details.
GSM 1918-1962 WITH CYPRUS CLASP & GSM 1962 WITH RADFAN & BORNEO CLASPS, LANCS.FUS & 4th RTR EIIR 2nd type GSM 1918-1962 with Cyprus clasp & GSM 1962 with Radfan & Borneo clasps To- 23472921.FUS.J.J.LEATHWOOD.L.F (GSM) & 23472921.TPR.J.J.LEATHWOOD.4.RTR (GSM 62) GVF or better & swing mounted as worn
GSM 1918-62 WITH CYPRUS & BRUNEI CLASPS & GSM 1962 WITH BORNEO & MALAY PENNINSULA CLASPS, R.A.F EIIR 2nd type GSM 1918-1962 with Cyprus & Brunei clasps & GSM 1962 with Borneo & Malay Penninsula clasps To- 3518015.CPL.J.W.GALLOWAY.R.A.F VF or better & mounted as worn with traces of old lacquer to both medals
GSM 1962 BORNEO & MALAYA PENINSULA, UN CYPRUS & ATOMIC TEST VETERANS MEDAL, R.A.F GSM 1962 with Borneo & Malay Peninsula clasps, UN medal with Cyprus ribbon & Atomic test medal To- 4164947.CPL.F.DENT.R.A.F Complete with the box of issue for the second clasp to the GSM along with boxes of issue for the UN medal & the Atomic tests 1952-56 medal. Atomic tests medal simply named.F.DENT NEF or better
GSM BORNEO, PARACHUTE REGIMENT GSM 1962 with Borneo clasp To- 23247257.PTE.J.A.JONES.PARA 2 detachments of the 3rd battalion Parachute regiment served in Borneo between December 1962 & August 1966 NEF & court mounted as worn
GSM BORNEO, ROYAL MARINES GSM 1962 with Borneo clasp To- RM.17307.R.S.BOOTH.MNE.RM GVF with minor ek to rim
GSM BORNEO, ROYAL MARINES GSM 1962 with Borneo clasp To- RM.17120.P.L.WEAVER.MNE.RM GVF/VF with minor EK's to the rim
GSM BORNEO, ROYAL MARINES GSM 1962 with Borneo clasp To- RM.16463.B.B.DOW.MNE.RM NEF
GSM CANAL ZONE & RHODESIA GROUP, R.E.M.E & RHODESIAN FORCES Rhodesia GSM. Rhodesia exemplary service medal, EIIR 2nd type GSM 1918-62 with Canal Zone clasp. To- 853.WO.II.M.V.O\'NEIL (Rhodesian medals) & 22288556.CFN.M.V.O\'NEIL.REME (on the GSM) GVF/NEF & mounted as worn in the order as stated above which is the correct order of wear if they were being worn in Rhodesia.
GSM CYPRUS, PARACHUTE REGIMENT EIIR 2nd type GSM 1918-1962 with Cyprus clasp To- 23217834.PTE.T.PROSSER.PARA All three battalions of the Parachute regiment served in Cyprus between April 1955 & April 1959 GVF/NEF with a minor official correction to the first three letters of the recipients surname.
GSM MALAYA, CSM, MALAY PENINSULA & LS&GC, R.A.E.C OFFICER EIIR 2nd type GSM 1918-1962 with Malaya clasp, GSM 1962 with Malay Peninsula clasp & EIIR 2nd type Regular Army LS&GC To- 22332392.SGT.G.E.F.BEARD.R.A.E.C (GSM) & CAPT.G.E.F.BEARD.R.A.E.C (CSM & LS&GC) George Edward Frank Beard was commissioned from WO.CL.2 to 2nd Lieutenant 25-7-1962 & retired as a major 25-11-1976. GVF/NEF & mounted as worn. Complete with London gazette details.
GSM PALESTINE & WW2 GROUP, THE BUFFS & D.L.I, WOUNDED N.W.EUROPE 4-8-1944 GVIR 1st Type GSM 1918-1962 with Palestine clasp, 1939-45 Star, Africa Star with 8th Army Clasp, France & Germany Star, Defence Medal & 1939-45 War Medal To- 2756018.PTE.R.WAYMAN.THE.BUFFS During WW2 the recipient was serving with the 10th battalion of the Durham Light Infantry (D.L.I) when he was wounded in N.W.Europe 4-8-1944 Mounted as worn in the incorrect order was pictured & complete with both medal roll & casualty roll details.
GSM PALESTINE & WW2 GROUP,1st SHERWOOD FORESTERS, P.O.W & WOUNDED CYRENAICA 1942 GVIR 1st type GSM 1918-1962 with Palestine clasp, 1939-45 Star, Africa Star, Defence Medal & 1939-45 War Medal To- 4975831.PTE.A.E.PHIPPS.FORESTERS The recipient was serving with the 1st battalion of the Notts & Derby regiment when he was first reported as missing in Cyrenacia 20-6-1942.He was then confirmed as both wounded & a prisoner of war in German hands.He became P.O.W number 226066 in camp 4D at Torgau in Saxony GVF & complete with medal roll & casualty roll details along with P.O.W roll details
GSM PALESTINE 1945-48 PARACHUTE REGIMENT GSM 1918-1962 with Palestine 1945-48 clasp To- 14941068.PTE.J.CLARK.PARA Slightly latter issue GVIR 1st type disc with a swivel suspender. This medal is not often seen named to the Parachute regiment and is normally simply named AAC NEF or better
GSM SOUTH ARABIA, CAMERONIANS / SCOTTISH RIFLES GSM 1962 with South Arabia clasp To- 23871437.RFN.J.McGUIRE.CAMERONIANS The campaign in Aden was the last campaign that the Scottish rifles participated in before the regiment was disbanded in 1968 GVF with minor EK to the rim
GSM SOUTH ARABIA, ROYAL SCOTS GSM 1962 with South Arabia clasp To- 24026685.RFN.J.E.T.GALLOWAY.RS GVF or better
GULF MEDAL WITH 16 JAN TO 28 FEB 1991 CLASP & GSM NORTHERN IRELAND, ROYAL HIGHLAND FUSILIERS 1990-91 Gulf medal with 16 Jan to 28 Feb 1991 clasp & GSM 1962 with Northern Ireland clasp To- 24815506.FUS.A.J.NUGENT.RHF NEF/GVF & court mounted as worn
GV CROWNED HEAD EFFICIENCY MEDAL, 7th NORTHUMBERLAND FUSILIERS GV Crowned head efficiency medal with Territorial suspender To- 4260356.FSR.W.NESBITT. 7th NORTHUMBERLAND FUSILIERS Awarded in army order no-81 of 1933 GVF with minor ek to rim
GV ROYAL VICTORIAN MEDAL GV Royal Victorian Medal Unnamed as issued NEF & dark toned with the original full length ribbon
GVIR 1ST TYPE EFFICIENCY MEDAL, CHESHIRE REGIMENT GVIR 1st type efficiency medal with Territorial suspender To- 4128685.PTE.K.H.GALLOWAY.CHESHIRE. Awarded in army order 69 of 1946
GVIR 2nd TYPE IMPERIAL SERVICE MEDAL, SHIPWRIGHT, H.M.DOCKYARD, CHATHAM GVIR 2nd type Imperial Service Medal (I.S.M) To- David.John.Galloway The recipient was awarded his I.S.M in the London Gazette 24-6-1952 for his services as a shipwright at H.M.Dockyard, Chatham NEF with copy London gazette details
GVIR 2nd TYPE MERITORIOUS SERVICE MEDAL (M.S.M) WORCESTER REGIMENT GVIR 2nd type annuity M.S.M To- 5239082.WO.CL.2.A.HOLLAND.WORC.R The recipient is also entitled to the LS&GC which was awarded in army order 145 of 1923 & is most likely the same person as 8655.SJT/A-CSM.A.HOLLAND.WORC.R who landed in France with the 1st battalion of the Worcester regiment 5-11-1914 having enlisted in 1904 & was entitled to the 1914 star trio with August to November clasp & a class B mention. NEF & complete with MIC & other basic details
GVIR 2nd TYPE N.G.S 1915-1962 WITH MALAYA CLASP GVIR 2nd type N.G.S 1915-1962 with Malaya clasp To- P/SSX841050.D.PARK.AB.RN GVF/NEF
GVIR 2ND TYPE N.G.S MALAYA. ROYAL MARINES GVIR 2nd type N.G.S 1915-1962 with Malaya clasp To- RM5136.R.J.DUFF.MNE.RM NEF/GVF
GVIR 2ND TYPE N.G.S MINESWEEPING 1945-51, AB.ROYAL NAVY GVIR 2nd type N.G.S 1915-1962 with Minesweeping 1945-51 clasp To- P/SSX.819233J.HINDLE.AB.RN GVF or better
GVIR 2ND TYPE N.G.S.MALAYA, ROYAL NAVY GVIR 2nd type N.G.S 1915-1962 with Malaya clasp To- D/JX.830660.J.S.HODGES.AB.RN GVF with small EK to the rim
GVIR GSM MALAYA, CAMERONIANS (SCOTTISH RIFLES) GVIR 2nd type GSM 1918-62 with Malaya clasp To- 22338482.RFN.J.GALLOWAY.CAMERONIANS NEF
GVIR GSM MALAYA, EIIR GSM 1962, RADFAN & SOUTH ARABIA & EIIR RAF LS&GC GVIR 2nd type GSM 1918-1962 with Malaya clasp, GSM 1962 with Radfan & South Arabia clasps, EIIR 2nd type R.A.F LS&GC To- 4021907.SAC/CPL.R.J.GALLOWAY.R.A.F NEF & mounted as worn
GVIR GSM MALAYA, ROYAL MILITARY POLICE (R.M.P) GVIR 2nd type G.S.M 1918-62 with Malaya clasp To- 14189174.PTE.S.F.GALLOWAY.RMP. NEF
GVIR GSM PALESTINE 1945-48, 4/7th DRAGOON GUARDS GVIR 1st type G.S.M 1918-62 with Palestine 1945-48 clasp To- 19026014.TPR.T.GALLOWAY.4/7.D.G NEF & complete with medal roll details & the original forwarding receipt of the medal as sent to the recipient in 1950 at his home address in New Barking, Essex.
GVIR GSM PALESTINE, 2ND EAST YORKSHIRE REGIMENT GVIR 1st type GSM 1918-1962 with Palestine clasp To- 4341524.PTE.G.BROCKLEBANK.E.YORK.R GVF & Complete with medal roll details that state the recipient served with the 2nd battalion
GVIR IGS NWF 1936-37,LIEUT COLONEL.R.ENGINEERS (I.A) ENTITLED TO THE O.B.E GVIR IGS 1936 with North West Frontier 1936-37 clasp To- LT-COL.F.J.B.HASTINGS.R.E (I.A) Frederick John Bernard Hastings He enlisted in the Royal Artillery in 23 November 1903 and he served in ranks 14 years, 186 days He was commissioned a 2/Lt on the Royal Engineers Supplementary List from Staff Serjt, Indian Unattached List with the Public Works Dept. on 28th May 1918 & served in South Persia with the R.Engineers (Indian Army) he was awarded the O.B.E in the London gazette 13-6-1939 & retired from the service 23-3-1940 NEF & Complete with basic research details
GVIR TERRITORIAL EFFICIENCY, ROYAL.WILTS.YEO GVIR 1st type efficiency medal To- 420163.SJT.L.G.JARVIS.R.WILTS.YEO. Awarded in army order 48/46 31-03-1946 NEF
GVIR TERRITORIAL EFFICIENCY,ROYAL WILTSHIRE YEOMANRY GVI 1st type efficiency medal with Territorial suspender To-557399.TPR.E.F.NORMAN.WILTSHIRE.YEO Awarded in army order 48/46 of 31-03-1946 Complete with a copy of the recipients tracer card from the tank museum at Bovington NEF
GVR 1ST TYPE SPECIAL CONSTABULARY FAITHFUL SERVICE GVR 1st type Special Constabulary faithful service To- JAMES.W.GALLOWAY. GVF/VF
GVR CROWNED HEAD EFFICIENCY MEDAL, 6th HIGHLAND LIGHT INFANTRY (H.L.I) GVR Crowned head efficiency medal with Territorial suspender To- 3303080.PTE.E.GALLOWAY.6-H.L.I Awarded in army order 198 of 1933
GVR WW1 MILITARY MEDAL (MM) 24th NORTHUMBERLAND FUSILIERS / 1st TYNESIDE IRISH WW1 Military medal (MM) To- 177.CPL.M.WELCH.24th.NORTH'D.FUS 24-177.Cpl.Micheal.Welsh was one of the original members of the 24th service battalion of the Northumberland Fusiliers (1stTyneside Irish) He was a resident of Benwell & his award of the MM was announced in the London gazette 6-7-1917.This was one of 133 awards of the MM in the great war to members of the four Tyneside Irish battalions GVF & complete with MIC details along with medal roll & London gazette details
I.G.S BURMA 1885-7 & BURMA 1887-89, CAPTAIN.M.S.C IGS 1854 with clasps for Burma 1885-7 & 1887-89 To- CAPTAIN.E.E.HENRY.M.S.C NEF with clasps mounted on the medal in the incorrect order as is common with this medal
IGS 1854 PERAK, 80TH FOOT / SOUTH STAFFORDSHIRE REGIMENT IGS 1854 with Perak clasp To- 1994.PTE.J.S.HOPKINS.80th.FOOT. GVF & complete with medal roll details
IGS 1854, BURMA 1885-7 & BURMA 1887-89,1st RIFLE BRIGADE IGS 1854 with clasps for Burma 1885-7 & Burma 1887-89 To- 7163.PTE.J.W.GALLOWAY.1st.BN.RIF.BRIG James William Galloway was born in New York in the United States of America in 1866 & joined the Rifle Brigade in Hounslow on the 23rd of October 1884.He served with the regiment at home & abroad and was discharged in 1901. He is also entitled to a QSA with three clasps. GVF or better with copy service papers & medal roll details.
IGS 1854, BURMA 1885-7, 2nd ROYAL SCOTS FUSILIERS IGS 1854 with Burma 1885-7 clasp To- 944.PTE.J.TOCKER.2nd.BN.R.SCO.FUS John Tocker was born in Aberdeen & enlisted in Ayr at the age of 18 25-10-1884. He served in India from 1886 to 1892 & then transferred to the army reserve GVF/NEF with medal roll details & copy service papers.
IGS 1854, HAZARA 1888, 1st SUFFOLK.REGT IGS 1854 with Hazara 1888 clasp To- 202.PTE.J.MULBERRY.1st.BN.SUFFOLK.REGT NEF & complete with medal roll details
IGS 1854, HAZARA 1888, 2ND NORTHUMBERLAND FUSILIERS IGS 1854 with Hazara 1888 clasp To- 1820.PTE.J.BARR.2ND.BN.NORTH'D.FUS GVF & complete with medal roll details
IGS 1854, HAZARA 1888, 2ND NORTHUMBERLAND FUSILIERS IGS 1854 with Hazara 1888 clasp To- 399.PTE.M.FLEMMING.2nd.BN.NORTH'D.FUS NEF & complete with medal roll details
IGS 1854, HAZARA 1888, 2nd SEAFORTH HIGHLANDERS IGS 1854 with Hazara 1888 clasp To- 2591.PTE.J.LEES.2nd.BN.SEAFORTH.HIGHRS NEF & complete with medal roll details
IGS 1854, HAZARA 1891 & SAMANA 1891, 1st K.R.R.C IGS 1854 with clasps for Hazara 1891 & Samana 1891 To- 5089.PTE.J.O.OLIVER.1st.BN.K.R.RIF.C NEF & complete with medal roll details
IGS 1854, JOWAKI 1877-9, 4th RIFLE BRIGADE IGS 1854 with Jowaki 1877-8 clasp To- 2623.PTE.CHAS.MOISE.4th.BN.RIFLE.BDE The recipient enlisted 15-9-1870 in Westminster and is also entitled to the Afghanistan medal 1878-79-80 & the LS&GC GVF & complete with copy service papers
IGS 1854, NORTH WEST FRONTIER, 3rd RIFLE BRIGADE IGS 1854 with North West Frontier clasp To- 2106.PTE.W.SPICKETT.3rd.BN.RIFLE.BRIGADE The recipient was born in Croydon & enlisted 2-2-59 at the age of 19. He was discharged due to ill health in 1872 after 13 years & 3 months service of which 12 years & five months were spent in India. NEF/GVF & complete with copy service papers & medal roll details
IGS 1854, NORTH WEST FRONTIER, 3rd RIFLE BRIGADE IGS 1854 with North West Frontier clasp To- 1995.PTE.J.BALLARD.3.BN.RIF.BDE The recipient enlisted 7-12-1858 and was awarded his medal for services at Shabkadar 2-1-1864. He was discharged 19-1-1869 NEF/EF with medal roll & muster roll details
IGS 1854, PERAK, HMS MODESTE IGS 1854 with Perak clasp To- P.F.EZECKIEL.ORD.HMS.MODESTE Patrick Ferdinand Ezeckiel was born 28-6-1854 in Morley, near Leeds, West Yorkshire & joined the Royal Navy in 1872.He served for 11 years & was discharged in 1883. NEF & complete with both copy service papers & medal roll details
IGS 1895 PUNJAB FRONTIER 1897-98 & TIRAH 1897-98, 2nd K.O.S.B IGS 1895 with clasps for Punjab Frontier 1897-98 & Tirah 1897-98 To- 5246.PTE.W.HARPER.2nd.BN.K.O.SCO.BORD GVF & complete with medal roll details
IGS 1895 PUNJAB FRONTIER 1897-98 & TIRAH 1897-98, 2nd K.O.Y.L.I IGS 1895 with clasps for Punjab Frontier 1897-98 & Tirah 1897-98 To- 3104.PTE.J.GIBSON.2nd.BN.K.O.YORKS.LT.INFY John Gibson from North Shields enlisted in to the K.O.Y.L.I at Pontefract in February 1890.He served in India 1893-1899 & then went on to serve in South Africa during the Boer war. He was discharged in October 1902 & re-enlisted the R.G.A in December 1902.However he deserted 23-8-1904. NEF with copy service papers & medal roll details. Also entitled to a four clasp QSA
IGS 1895, QSA & WW1 PAIR, ROYAL SUSSEX REGT & RE IGS 1895 with clasps for Punjab frontier 1897-98 & Tirah 1897-98, QSA 1899-1902 with clasps for Orange free state, Transvaal & South Africa 1902 along with the same recipients WW1 pair To- 4996.PTE.G.FIGG.1ST.BN.R.SUSSEX.R on the two victorian medals & 22945.CPL.G.FIGG.RE on the WW1 pair. Complete with medal roll & MIC details George Figg first served overseas in WW1 with the Royal Engineers but went on to serve with the Royal Sussex regiment & the M.G.C GVF/NEF & mounted as worn
IGS AFGHANISTAN NWF 1919, 21st BRIGADE, R.F.A GVR IGS 1908 with Afghanistan NWF 1919 clasp To- 706614.GNR.J.GORE.R.A GVF & complete with medal roll details that state the recipient served with the 21st Brigade R.F.A
IGS NORTH WEST FRONTIER 1930-31, BORDER REGIMENT GVR 2nd type IGS 1908 with North West Frontier 1930-31 clasp To- 3593524.PTE.C.M.WADESON.BORDER.R GVF/VF & complete with medal roll details
INDIAN MUTINY, CENTRAL INDIA, 71st HIGHLAND.L.I Indian Mutiny 1857-58 with Central India clasp To- CORPL.SIMON.FRASER.71st.HIGHLAND.L.I NEF/GVF with very minor contact marks in the obverse field & complete with medal roll details that state the recipient served with the C.I.F force under Major General Sir H.Rose.KCB
INDIAN MUTINY, DELHI, 1/60th RIFLES (K.R.R.C) Indian Mutiny 1857-58 with Delhi clasp To- J.HUNTLY.1st.BN.60th.RIFLES NEF/GVF & complete with medal roll details
INDIAN MUTINY, LUCKNOW & RELIEF OF LUCKNOW,93rd HIGHLANDERS Indian Mutiny 1857-58 with clasps for Lucknow & Relief of Lucknow To- THOS.HADDLEY.93rd.HIGHLANDERS Thomas Haddley served in the Crimea with the 42nd Foot & is entitled to the Crimea medal with Sebastopol clasp. He was slightly wounded in the first attack on the Redan 18-6-1855.He transferred to the 93rd Sutherland Highlanders in March 1857 with service number 62 & in 1861 was stationed at Rawalpindee. GVF with minor contact marks in the obverse field & complete with pay & muster roll details.
INDIAN MUTINY, LUCKNOW, 38th REGIMENT, 1st SOUTH STAFFORDSHIRE.REGT Indian Mutiny 1857-58 with Lucknow clasp To- S.ROBINS.38th.REGT GVF/VF with contact marks in the obverse field & complete with medal roll details.
IRAQ / OP-TELIC WITH 19 MAR TO 28 APR 2003 CLASP,ROYAL IRISH Iraq / Op-Telic with 19 Mar to 28 Apr 2003 clasp To- 24953055.RGR.J.A.CLARKE.R.IRISH NEF
KINGS SOUTH AFRICA MEDAL, KINGS OWN SCOTTISH BORDERERS Kings South Africa medal with clasps for South Africa 1901 & South Africa 1902 To- 1063.PTE.J.TURNBULL.K.O.SCOT.BORD VF & complete with medal roll details
KOREA PAIR & EIIR CADET FORCE MEDAL, RN / RNR (SCC) EIIR 1st type Queens Korea medal, UN Korea medal & EIIR 2nd type Cadet forces medal To- P/KX97383.D.S.FALKINGHAM.PO.SM.RN (Korea) & TY.LT.CDR.(S.C.C).D.S.FALKINGHAM.RNR (Cadet) UN Korea unnamed as issued GVF
KOREA PAIR, 11th (SPHINX) INDEPENDENT LIGHT ANTI-AIRCRAFT BTY, ROYAL ARTILLLERY EIIR 1st type British Korea & UN Korea pair To- 19004053.BDR.G.E.GOODWIN.RA George Eric Goodwin was born in Everton on 10 September 1927. He enlisted on 4 July 1946. With 11 (Sphinx) Ind. L.A.A. Bty., R.A. on 10 August 1950. With the battery in Korea, November 1950-November 1951 and then in Hong Kong, November 1951-July 1952. Promoted to Lance-Bombardier, March 1947; Bombardier, March 1948 and Sergeant, October 1949. With some copied service notes. The men of 11(Sphinx) Independent L.A.A. Bty R.A., including Bombardier G. E. Goodwin, arrived in Korea on 15 November 1950 and their guns arrived on 4 December. The Battery consisted of three troops each of sixteen 40mm. Bofors guns capable of firing 120 rounds per minute. The role of the Battery was to defend vulnerable points from enemy aircraft. In fact, the Allies soon achieved total air superiority over the Communist airforce and 11 (Sphinx) Battery air defence role became superfluous. The guns were therefore used in the ‘Direct Fire’ role where their speed of fire and accuracy were very useful. The first action was in February 1951 when they supported the Royal Ulster Rifles, where they fired over 1000 rounds and were complimented by the Brigade Commander for their ‘Very good shooting.’ For the Battle of the River Imjin, ‘A’ Troop were deployed with 45 Field Regiment in support of the Glosters and also found themselves infiltrated by advancing Chinese infantry. At 0300hrs on the night of 24 /25 April the Chinese reached the barbed wire 50 yards in front of the guns and direct fire was used to destroy them. After suffering from mortar fire, Sphinx Battery withdrew together with the guns of 45 Field Regiment. Subsequently the Battery took part in the parade when the Army Commander presented ‘C’ Troop 170 Battery with the Presidential Citation. On 18 June 1951 the Battery was turned into 3 troops of 4.2 mortars and became 170 Mortar Battery, one troop remained with 16 Bofors and were used to protect bridgeheads. Ex- Brigadier Bill strong collection DNW 18-5-2011 VF or better & complete with biographical & service history details as researched by Brigadier Strong
KOREA PAIR, GSM CYPRUS & RAF LS&GC,RA & RAF, WOUNDED KOREA 24-5-1952 1st type Queen's Korea medal, UN Korea medal, GSM 1918-1962 with Cyprus clasp & EIIR 2nd type RAF LS&GC To- 22400594.GNR.J.BLAND.RA (Korea) & 414669.CPL/SGT.J.BLAND.RAF (GSM & LS&GC) The recipient was wounded in Korea 24-5-1952 & after his recovery enlisted in to the R.A.F.His RAF service number is part of a very large number block as issued to regular enlistments in to the RAF between December 1946 & June 1958. GVF & mounted as worn. Complete with copy page from the Korean war casualty roll.
MESSINA EARTHQUAKE MEDAL 1908 1908 Messina earthquake medal as issued to Royal Navy & Royal Marine,Merchant navy & associated & a small selection of other recipients for service at the Messina earthquake of 1908. Unnamed as issued & GVF with some minor contact marks & eks
MINT BOXED 1914-15 TRIO, OFFICER 1st BLACK WATCH, KILLED BY TRENCH MORTAR 22-5-1915 Mint boxed 1914-15 Trio To- 2nd LIEUT.G.MITCHELL.R.HIGHRS George Mitchell was born in Bingley, Yorkshire and was the son of a mill owner. He was educated at Loretto school in Edinburgh.He was over six foot tall & once competed in a boxing match with Georges Carpentier the famous French boxer. He enlisted in to the public schools battalion of the Royal Fusiliers in September 1914 & was soon commissioned as a 2nd Lieutenant in the 1st Black Watch / Royal Highlanders.He was sadly killed 22-5-1915 when a trench mortor exploded accidentally whilst he was acting as the battalion bombing instructor.He is buried in the Fouquieres churchyard extension at Bethune & is recorded by the C.W.G.C as the late 26 year old son of Son of Tom and Marion I. Mitchell, of The Park, Ecceshill, Bradford, Yorkshire. EF/MINT & complete with copy officers service papers, MIC details & other research details.
MINT BOXED 2 CLASP GSM RADFAN & SOUTH ARABIA,16th/5th LANCERS GSM 1962 with clasps for Radfan & South Arabia To- 23870711.TPR.T.G.ROGERS.16/5.L NEF & complete with the original box of issue for the South Arabia clasp.
MINT BOXED GSM CANAL ZONE, SCOTS GUARDS Mint boxed EIIR 2nd type GSM 1918-1962 with Canal Zone clasp To- 22607470.GDSM.F.C.WHITE.S.G EF with lazer engraved naming
MINT BOXED GSM CANAL ZONE, WEST YORKSHIRE REGIMENT EIIR 2nd type GSM 1918-1962 with Canal Zone clasp To- 22465413.PTE.J.L.REDHEAD.W.YORK.R The 1st battalion of the West Yorkshire regiment served on operations in Suez during 1952 EF & Lazer engraved in the correct style.Complete with the original box of issue
MINT BOXED GSM PALESTINE 1945-48, KINGS REGIMENT, WOUNDED Mint boxed GVIR 1st type GSM 1918-1962 with Palestine 1945-48 clasp To- 19186549.PTE.D.MILLIKEN.KINGS Complete with two paper slips that state the recipient was discharged due to bullet wounds & returned home to live at 15 Athol street, Liverpool.5 EF/MINT
MINT BOXED RAF GSM CANAL ZONE, WITH PHOTO ALBUM & ORIGINAL DOCUMENTS Mint boxed EIIR 2nd type GSM 1918-1962 with Canal Zone clasp To- AC2.H.C.G.SIMPSON (2508908) RAF Hugh Clark Gordon Simpson did his national service with the RAF between 27-2-1951 & 13-3-1953. Spendng some time in Suez at RAF Firdan and RAF Ismalia. Complete with the recipients service documents & his photograph album that includes a number of service related photographs
MINT CASED GVIR BRITISH EMPIRE MEDAL, DONKEYMAN, MERCHANT NAVY Mint cased GVIR British Empire Medal (Civil) To- DAVID.M.GALLOWAY. David Mill Galloway was born in Leith 8-1-1890 & served with the Merchant Navy from 1934 onwards including service during WW2 which entitled him to the 1939-45 Star & 1939-45 War medal. He was awarded the B.E.M in the London gazette 5-6-1952 for his services as a Donkeyman, onboard the M.V.Regent Lion for the C.T.Bowring & Company LTD of Glasgow.I can find no trace of the recipient having served with the Mercantile Marine in WW1? but he was of the correct age group. So may of had some other form of military service? & is possibly S-22760.PTE.D.M.GALLOWAY of the 7th Seaforth Highlanders. Who was entitled to a WW1 pair EF & complete with copy London gazette details & basic Merchant Navy research including WW2 medal roll details
NATAL MEDAL WITH 1906 CLASP, UMVOTI MOUNTED RIFLES Natal medal with 1906 clasp To- TPR.T.SERJEANT.UMVOTI.MTD.RIFLES NEF & complete with copy medal roll details
NATO KOSOVO & OSM AFGHANISTAN WITH ORIGINAL DOCUMENTS & PHOTOGRAPHS, ROYAL MARINE COMMANDO Nato medal with Kosovo clasp & Operational service medal with Afghanistan clasp To- MNE.D.T.MARTIN.PO569190.RM David Thomas Martin was born on 30 August 1981 at Dunoun, Argyll & Bute and was a replenishment officer upon his enlistment in May 1999. He served on Operation Agricola in Kosovo with the Commndo Logistics Regiment. Martin joined 45 Commando on 20 April 2002, soon after serving in Afghanistan during Operation Jacana, April-July 2002. He was released in January 2007 and ran the Men's Health Survival of the Fittest event for Cash for Commandos in 2012; GVF or better & complete with waxed cloth Certificate of Service, copied Certificate of Discharge, Staff Report, besides photographs of his service and copied research, all housed within green Royal Marines folder. The OSM is impressed which indicates a pre 2005 issue & the pin has been removed from the reverse of the court mounting to allow it to be displayed in a frame.
NATO KOSOVO, 2003 IRAQ / OP-TELIC MEDAL WITH CLASP & 2002 JUBILEE, R.E.M.E Nato medal with Kosovo clasp, 2003 Iraq / Op-Telic medal with 19 Mar to 28 Apr clasp & 2002 Golden jubilee medal To- 25050815.LCPL.G.MCARTHUR.REME NEF & court mounted as worn
NGS PALESTINE 1945-48 & KOREA PAIR, ROYAL NAVY GVIR 2nd type NGS 1915-1962 with Palestine 1945-48 clasp, 1st type British Korea medal & UN Korea medal To- P/SSX.789522.R.E.BEST.AB.RN NEF/EF
NO CLASP EGYPT 1882 & KHEDIVES STAR,HMS READY No clasp Egypt & Sudan medal with 1882 dated reverse & the same recipients 1882 Khedives star To- D.GALLOWAY.E.R.ARTFR.HMS.READY Engine room artificer David Galloway was born in Glasgow 25-12-1856 & signed up for ten years service with the Royal Navy 29-1-1878.He served in Egypt onboard HMS Ready & was discharged to shore in December 1889. HMS Ready was a wooden built river gun boat & the recipient was one of 81 recipients of the Egypt medal as awarded to this ship (all no clasp medals) GVF & complete with copy service papers & medal roll details
NO CLASP QSA & CHINA 1900 RELIEF OF PEKIN, HMS TERRIBLE No clasp QSA 1899-1902 & China 1900 with Relief of Pekin clasp To- J.BOYD.STO.HMS.TERRIBLE James Boyd was born in St Cuthberts, Edinburgh on the 17th of January 1870 & joined the Royal Navy in January 1894 with the service number 276052.He served onboard HMS Terrible from March of 1893 through to October 1902. Boyd seems not to have been to happy Naval authority & on ten different occasions he was sentenced to be detained in cells, the most serious offence being when he was recorded as having ran from HMS Achilles on 21st Aug. 1911. He was recovered and sentenced to a period of 90 days. Boyd also had two run ins with the Civil Power.Stoker Boyd was sentenced to 30 days detention but was invalided from the Service on the 16th of August 1914.Before he could undergo this period of punishment.During the Boxer rebellion in China 1900 Boyd was part of the Service Coy., under the command of P.O. Mullis. This is the recipients full & complete medal entitlement for his service in the Royal Navy as despite his length of service he was not entitled to the RN LS&GC due to his less than good conduct. GVF/VF with contact marks in the field on both medals & a minor EK to the QSA & complete with both copy service papers & medal roll details
No CLASP QSA, NURSING SISTER No clasp QSA 1899-1902 To- NURSING.SISTER.R.STANLEY The medal roll states that the recipient served with the 14th stationary hospital & was late of the General hospital at Maritzburg.The remarks column of the medal roll states SS.British.Princess. NEF & complete with medal roll details.
NO CLASP QSA, PAARL DISTRICT MOUNTED TROOPS No clasp QSA 1899-1902 To- TPR.W.GALLOWAY.PAARL.DIS.M.T NEF & complete with medal roll details
OSM AFGHANISTAN, SCOTS Operational service medal with Afghanistan clasp To- HLDR.J.BATESON.SCOTS.30165265 GVF/NEF & court mounted for wear
PUNJAB 1849, CHILIANWALA & GOOJERAT, 24th FOOT Punjab 1849 with clasps for Chilianwala & Goojerat To- G.MOUNTAIN.24th.FOOT F/VF with minor eks, edge wear & contact marks Complete with medal roll details
QSA & 1914 MONS STAR TRIO, L.N.LANCS.MOUNTED.INFANTRY QSA 1899-1902 WITH CLASPS FOR CAPE COLONY, ORANGE FREE STATE & TRANSVAAL, 1914 MONS STAR TRIO WITH ORIGINAL AUGUST TO NOVEMBER MONS CLASP TO, 6416.PTE.J.HAMPSON.LOYAL.NORTH.LANCASHIRE.REGIMENT. THE QSA IS NAMED L.M.LANCS.M.I AND THE RECIPIENT SERVED WITH THE MALTA MOUNTED INFANTRY. HE LANDED IN FRANCE 12-9-1914 AND THE AWARD OF HIS CLASP TO THE 1914 STAR IS CONFIRMED ON HIS MIC. COMPLETE WITH QSA MEDAL ROLL DETAILS AND WW1 MIC DETAILS. GVF
QSA & KSA PAIR, 1st SOUTH STAFFORDSHIRE REGIMENT, DIED HARRYSMITH, 2-3-1902 QSA 1899-1902 with clasps for Cape Colony, Orange Free State & Transvaal & K.S.A 1901-1902 with clasps for South Africa 1901 & South Africa 1902 To- 4223.CPL.F.GALLOWAY.S.STAFFORD.REGT The recipient died of disease at Harrysmith 2-3-1902 QSA NEF, KSA GVF with medal roll & casualty roll details.
QSA (NATAL) 2nd ROYAL WEST SURREY REGT, INVALIDED TO ENGLAND Q.S.A 1899-1902 with Natal clasp To- 2364.PTE.C.ENGLAND.RL.W.SURREY.REGT The medal roll confirms that this is Charles Englands only clasp entitlement & states that he was invalided to England.His service papers state that he enlisted in 1888 & was born in Islington,London.He first arrived in South Africa 20-10-1899 & was invalided back to England 20-6-1900 NEF & toned black with the original full length medal ribbon & complete with medal roll details & copy service papers
QSA DEF OF LADYSMITH,11th HUSSARS,DIED 18-2-00 QSA 1899-1902 with Defence of Ladysmith clasp to, 3832.PTE.F.G.FOSTER.11th.HUSSARS. The recipient died at Ladysmith 18-2-1900. Whilst attached to the 5th Dragoon guards. Only 108 men of the 11th Hussars served in the Boer war all of which were attached to the 5th Dragoon guards. Complete with medal roll & casualty roll details. NEF/EF
QSA DEFENCE OF LADYSMITH, K.R.R.C QSA 1899-1902 with Defence of Ladysmith clasp to, 1095.PTE.J.REVILL.K.R.R.C.Complete with medal roll details.
QSA RELIEF OF LADYSMITH, WEST YORKSHIRE REGIMENT QSA 1899-1902 with Relief of Ladysmith clasp To- 3133.PTE.A.SMITH.W.YORKSHIRE.REGT Arthur Smith was born in York and joined the 4th battalion of the West Yorkshire regiment in 1894 age 23 & was called to the colours 19-12-1899 to serve with the 2nd battalion in South Africa.After service at the Relief of Ladysmith he was discharged as time expired 31-7-1900 & is also entitled to the South Africa 1901 clasp. This was however issued to the recipient after the medal had been issued and was never attached to the medal. NEF & complete with copy service papers & medal roll details.
QSA, CAPE COLONY, PRINCE ALFRED\'S VOLUNTEER GUARD QSA 1899-1902 with Cape Colony clasp To- 998.PTE.A.GALLOWAY.PRINCE.ALF.VOL.GD NEF & complete with medal roll details
QUEENS & KHEDIVES SUDAN PAIR, THE ATBARA & KHARTOUM, CAMERON HIGHRS, DIED 11-10-1898 Queen's & Khedives Sudan pair with The Atbara & Khartoum clasps To- 2759.PTE.S.COPPEN.1/CAM.HIGHRS The recipient died of disease in Cairo 11-10-1899 & is commemorated on the regimental memorial in Inverness.His medals were sent to his next of kin F.Coppen, Bridge Dairy, Market place, Finchley. EF with copy medal roll details & copy details from the regimental magazine
QUEENS SUDAN, 1ST GRENADIER GUARDS Queens Sudan 1896-97 To- 5692.PTE.L.ROGERS.1ST.GREN.GDS NEF & complete with medal roll details
ROYAL ULSTER CONSTABULARY SERVICE MEDAL Royal Ulster Constabulary service medal To- R/CONST.T.MANSON NEF with the pre 2002 ribbon
SOUTH AFRICA (ZULU) 1877-79 WITH 1879 CLASP, 2nd BATTALION, 3RD FOOT (E.KENT.REGT) South Africa 1877-79 with 1879 clasp To- 689.PTE.T.GALLOWAY.2-3.FOOT NEF & complete with medal roll & muster roll details
SOUTH AFRICA (ZULU) 1877-79 WITH 1879 CLASP,N.6th.R.A South Africa 1877-79 with 1879 clasp To- 1963.GUNR.T.WILLIAMS.N/6th.R.A N battery, 6th Brigade, Royal Artillery took part in the battle of Ulundi.The recipient enlisted 10-1-1872 & was discharged 4-8-1885. GVF or better with two very tiny eks & complete with medal roll details & copy service details
TURKISH CRIMEA, SARDINIAN ISSUE Turkish Crimea with Sardinian issue obverse Unnamed as issued One very tiny ek otherwise GVF
VICTORIAN ARMY LS&GC, 2-5th FOOT (NORTHUMBERLAND FUSILIERS) QV Army LS&GC To- 516.PTE.J.PLUMB.2-5th FOOT NEF & Complete with copy service papers that state James Plumb enlisted in 1857 & served for 20 years & 263 days including service in Mauritius & on the Cape of Good Hope. This is however his only medal entitlement.
VICTORIAN ARMY LS&GC, 3-60th FOOT Victorian Army LS&GC To- 2334.PTE.E.GALLANT.3-60th.FOOT William Edward Gallant enlisted 16-5-1855 & was discharged 3-1-1866.He was re-engaged 29-3-1866 & was awarded his LS&GC in 1876 just prior to his final discharge later the same year NEF & complete with copy service papers
VICTORIAN ARMY LS&GC, 39TH FOOT / DORSET REGIMENT Victorian army LS&GC To- 422.PTE.J.WEETMAN.39th.FOOT Joseph Weetman was born in Birmingham in 1840 and enlisted for service with the 39th foot in 1860 He served with the regiment both at home and in the East Indies & Bermuda. He left the army in 1881 after 21 years service & this is his sole medal entitlement. The 39th Foot became the Dorset regiment in 1881 NEF & complete with copy service papers
VICTORIAN ARMY LS&GC, ROYAL FIELD ARTILLERY Victorian 3rd type LS&GC To- 37295.B.Q.M.SGT.E.R.CARTER.R.F.A NEF
VICTORIAN LS&GC & RARE GV COINAGE HEAD MSM, W.YORK.R Victorian army LS&GC & GV Coinage head M.S.M To- 3169.CR.SJT (A-S.MJR) J.R.HILL.W.YORK.R James hill was born in Sheffield in June 1862 & joined the West Yorkshire regiment in 1880. He served at home & In India between 1880 & 1892 when he returned to the UK to became a drill instructor to the 1st Volunteer battalion. He was awarded his LS&GC in 1898 & discharged in 1907. His MSM was awarded in 1934 & he was one of only four recipients of the coinage head M.S.M to the regiment. Despite his overseas service this is his complete medal entitlement. GVF/NEF & complete with copy service papers & other basic research details.
VOLUNTEER OFFICERS DECORATION (VD) Volunteer officers decoration (VD) Unnamed as issued. Hallmarked for London 1892 to the reverse & complete with the original top bar & pin. NEF
WW1 & WW2 ARMY DENTAL CORPS OFFICERS GROUP WITH GSM & IGS 1914-15 Trio, GSM 1918-1962 with clasp Iraq, IGS 1908 with Waziristan 1919-1921 clasp, WW2 Defence & war medals & 1953 Coronation medal To- LIEUT/CAPT/COLONEL.J.F.DUGUID.A.D.CORPS The recipient is listed as a general list officer in WW1 & as such his 1914-15 star shows to unit. He was one of only 4 recipients of the IGS to the Dental corps of which two had this clasp. He was Colonel Commandant of the ADC between 1947 & 1954 GVF/NEF & complete with a copy photo of the recipient along with medal roll & MIC details plus other basic research details
WW1 & WW2 GROUP WITH GSM S.PERSIA & 2 BAR IGS,OFFICER, 84TH PUNJABIS & 129TH BALUCHIS WW1 Pair, GSM 1918-1962 with S.Persia clasp, GVR 1st type IGS Waziristan 1919-21 & Waziristan 1921-24, WW2 Defence & War medals To- CAPT.F.G.CARDEN.84-PUJABIS (GSM) CAPT.F.G.CARDEN.129.BALUCHIS (IGS) Frederick George Carden was born September 1892 & was commissioned in to the Royal Sussex regiment 28-8-1916. He transferred to the Indian Army 13-8-1918 & served in both South Persia & Waziristan.Prior to his discharge to the reserve of officers post WW1. He was re-called for service in WW2 & held a number of appointments with movement control between 1939 & 1945 he applied for his pre WW2 campaign medals 31-5-1939 whilst living in Australia NEF & complete with a pair of metal dog tags & the recipients name badge along with basic research details.
WW1 & WW2 GROUP WITH M.I.D, SUB-LIEUT R.N.V.R / R.N.A.S & SQN.LDR.RAF 1914-15 Trio, 1939-45 Star, Defence Medal & 1939-45 War Medal with M.I.D Oakleaf. To- S-LT.E.D.GALLOWAY.R.N.V.R (on the star) LIEUT.E.D.GALLOWAY.R.N.A.S (on the pair) Ernest Douglas Galloway was born in London 15-4-1883 & joined the anti-aircraft section of the RNVR in October 1914. He was commissioned in to the R.N.V.R in June of 1915 for service as a kite balloon officer with the R.N.A.S onboard HMS canning in the Dardanelles & Salonice.He transferred to the RAF on its formation in April 1918 & by the end of the war he was a captain (technical officer) he retired in 1927 with the rank of squadron leader & in 1936 was a civil training instructor at no-9 training school in Yorkshire. He was re-called for service in WW2 & in the 1942 RAF list is listed as a squadron leader with the equipment branch. He was mentioned in despatches in the London gazette 1-1-1946 & retired from the service soon after. WW1 medals GVF, WW2 medals NEF & complete with copy service papers, London gazette details & other basic research details.
WW1 & WW2 RFC & RAF MC GROUP,AIR COMMODORE VACHELL WW1 MILITARY CROSS (MC) 1914-15 TRIO, IGS 1908 WITH WAZIRISTAN 1919-1921 CLASP & 1937 CORONATION TO, LIEUTENANT.J.L.VACHELL.R.F.A (ON THE STAR) CAPTAIN.J.L.VACHELL.R.A.F (ON THE PAIR) & FLIGHT LIEUTENANT.J.L.VACHELL.R.A.F (ON THE IGS) JOHN LYNE VACHELL WAS BORN 12-6-1892 IN MONMOUTHSHIRE AND WAS COMMISSIONED IN TO THE 2ND MONMOUTHSHIRE R.F.A 29-8-1914 SERVING WITH B BATTERY. HE QUALIFIED AS A PILOT IN JANUARY 1916 AND WENT TO SERVE IN EGYPT WHILST ATTACHED TO THE RFC. HE BECAME FLIGHT COMMANDER NO-15 SQUADRON R.F.C 5-7-1917 AND BY THE END OF THE WAR WAS ACTING OFFICER COMMANDING NO53 SQUADRON ON THE WESTERN FRONT. HE WAS AWARDED A PERMANENT COMMISSION IN THE RAF 1-8-1919 AND RELINQUISHED HIS RFA TERRITORIAL COMMISSION ON THE SAME DAY. HE WAS FLIGHT COMMANDER WITH NO-99 SQUADRON AND NO27 SQUADRON IN INDIA BETWEEN 1-4-1920 AND 20-2-1922. HE HELD A NUMBER OF APPOINTMENTS IN THE RAF IN INDIA, ADEN & QUETTA BETWEEN 1927 & 1937 WHEN HE WAS APPOINTED AS AIR ATTACHE IN BERLIN. HE WAS THE MAN WHO TOLD CHAMBERLAIN NOT TO GO TO WAR WITH GERMANY AS THE COUNTRY WAS NOT READY TO TAKE THE GERMANS ON IN BATTLE DUE TO THE SUPERIOR AIR POWER OF THE GERMANS. HE RETURNED TO THE UK ON ON THE OUTBREAK OF WW2 AND 15-3-1939 HE WAS SASO, HQ.NO-22 (ARMY COPERATIO) GROUP. HE RETURNED TO INDIA IN 1941 BUT RETIRED ON ILL HEALTH GROUNDS 21-5-1943 AND SADLY DIED IN THE RAF HOSPITAL HOLTON IN 1947. HE WAS INVOLVED WITH BRITISH INTELLIGENCE AGAINST NAZI GERMANY AND WAS PLACED IN HITLERS BLACK BOOK OF PEOPLE TO BE EXECUTED IN THE GERMANS EVER LANDED IN THE UK. COURT MOUNTED AS WORN AND COMPLETE WITH BASIC RESEARCH THAT CONFIRMS ALL OF THE ABOVE DETAILS. THE RECIPIENTS MC WAS AWARDED IN THE LONDON GAZETTE 18-1-1918 WITH THE FOLLOWING CITATION, For Conspicuous gallantry & devotion to duty. He did excellent work on many occassions, continually locating & engaging successfully enemy heavy batteries. GVF OR BETTER
WW1 & WW2 ROYAL NAVY LS&GC GROUP, HMS SOUTHAMPTON WW1 Pair, 1939-45 Star, Africa Star, 1939-45 War Medal & GVIR 1st type RN LS&GC To- J.77933.J.W.TAYLOR.BOY.1.RN (on the pair) & KX.79535.J.W.TAYLOR.L.STO.HMS.SOUTHAMPTON (on the LS&GC) Complete with copy service papers that state John William Taylor from Leeds was a colliery pit boy when he enlisted in 1917 age 15.He was invalided from the service in 1926 but re-enlisted in 1928 with a new service number.He was awarded his LS&GC in 1937 & was still serving during WW2 WW1 medals GVF WW2 & LS&GC NEF
WW1 1914 MONS STAR TRIO, 1ST H.L.I, D.O.W F&F 1915 WW1 1914 MONS STAR TRIO TO, 12187.PTE.P.MURRAY.H.L.I. PATRICK MURRAY FIRST LANDED IN FRANCE 14-8-1914 WITH THE 2ND H.L.I AND SADLY DIED OF WOUNDS SERVING WITH THE 1ST H.L.I 10-5-1915.AGE 24. HE WAS BOTH BORN & ENLISTED IN GLASGOW AND IS RECORDED BY THE C.W.G.C AS THE LATE SON OF JOHN & GRACE MURRAY OF POLLOKSHAWS, GLASGOW. HE WAS HOWEVER BORN IN MARYHILL. COMPLETE WITH MIC DETAILS & DETAILS FROM BOTH S.D.G.W & THE C.W.G.C NEF
WW1 1914 MONS STAR TRIO, 2nd NOTTS & DERBY.REGT 1914 Star trio To- 11960.PTE.H.SANDERSON.2/NOTTS & DERBY.R Harry Sanderson first landed overseas 8-9-1914 serving with the 2nd battalion of the Notts & Derby Regiment but later transferred to serve with the Guards Machine Gun Regiment. He was entitled to the August to November clasp to his 1914 star & this was issued to him in 1920 but is missing from the ribbon of the medal. GVF or better & complete with MIC details
WW1 1914 MONS STAR TRIO, 2ND.HIGHLAND LIGHT INFANTRY 1914 Mons star trio with slide on August to November 1914 clasp TO- 10539.CPL/SJT.J.H.SMITH.2nd.H.L.I John.H.Smith from York first landed in France 14-8-1914 and the issue of the clasp & roses to his 1914 star is confirmed on his M.I.C GVF or better & complete with a nice photograph of the recipient when serving with his local home guard unit at Rowntrees chocolate factory in York dated 28-9-1940.
WW1 1914 MONS STAR TRIO, WOUNDED OCTOBER 1914 & DISCHARGED 1914 Mons star trio To- 7978.PTE.W.CORNISH.2nd.D.L.I William Cornish enlisted in to the Durham Light Infantry 10-9-1902 & first landed in France with the 2nd battalion 8-9-1914. He received a gun shot wound to the right shoulder some time between the 15th & 18th of October 1914 & was discharged with a silver war badge 9-9-1915. His medal index card confirms his entitlement to the August to November 1914 clasp to his 1914 star. But the clasp on the medal ribbon is a later replacement clasp. GVF or better.The 1914 star has been gilded / gold plated. Complete with MIC & medal roll details along with war office casualty roll details that confirm all of the above.
WW1 1914 STAR TRIO WITH MID, GSM IRAQ & LS&GC, 71st BTY.36th BDE.R.F.A 1914 Mons star trio with original August to November 1914 clasp & M.I.D oakleaves, GV GSM 1918-1962 with Iraq clasp, GVR 1st type army LS&GC & Corps of Commissionaires long service medal To- 33888 / 1048569.GNR/BMBR/SJT.E.A.GREEN. R.F.A / RA Ernest.Alfred.Green first enlisted in 1904 & served for the duration of WW1. He re-enlisted in 1919 & took his final discharge in 1928 having been awarded his LS&GC in 1926. He was mentioned in Despatches for services in France by Haigh whilst serving with the 71st battery, 36th brigade, Royal Field Artillery & this was published in the London gazette 4-7-1919. Following his military service he was a long serving member of the Corps of Commissionaires and his long service medal from this organisation is named A.E.GREEN to the reverse NEF /GVF & complete with MIC & medal roll details along with London gazette details and other basic research details
WW1 1914 STAR TRIO, 2nd MIDDLESEX REGT, D.O.W HOME 15-6-1915 1914 Star trio To- S-6976.PTE.A.J.HULL.MIDDX.R Albert John Hull first landed in France 7-11-1914 & sadly died of wounds at home 15-6-1915 serving with E-Company of the 2nd battalion He was born & enlisted in Tottenham, Middlesex & was 20 years of age at the time of his death. He is buried in Wandsworth (Earlsfield) Cemetery & is recorded by the CWGC as the late son of Mr & Mrs Hull of 80 Shelbourne road, Park Lane, Tottenham, London EF & complete with MIC details along with detals from both SDGW & the CWGC
WW1 1914 STAR, 2nd DRAGOONS, ROYAL SCOTS GREYS 1914 Star To- 9473.PTE.W.GALLOWAY.2/DNS. William Galloway first landed in France 9-9-1914 as a member of the Royal Scots Greys & was discharged to the class Z army reserve 5-3-1919. GVF with a short length of the original silk medal ribbon & complete with MIC & medal roll details
WW1 1914-15 STAR & VICTORY MEDAL, 5th K.O.S.B, DISCHARGED DUE TO WOUNDS 1914-15 Star & Victory medal To- 1858.PTE.D.GALLOWAY.K.O.SCO.BORD David Galloway enlisted in to the 5th battalion of the Kings Own Scottish Borderers 24-9-1914 & first arrived overseas in theatre of war 2B Gallipoli & the Balkans 6-6-1915.He transferred to the Labour corps with service number 542645 & was discharged with a silver war badge due to wounds 17-3-1919. VF or better with short lengths of the original silk medal ribbon & complete with MIC & medal roll details
WW1 1914-15 STAR, 42nd CANADIAN INFANTRY, BLACK WATCH OF CANADA 1914-15 Star To- 418356.PTE.D.GALLOWAY.42/CAN.INF David Galloway was born in Paisley, Scotland on the 20th of August 1892.He attested for the C.E.F on the 9th of MARCH 1915 & joined the 42nd battalion of the Canadian Infantry (The Black Watch of Canada). He was wounded by gun shot to the leg 20-9-1918 & was discharged in March of 1919 VF or better with a replacement ribbon & complete with copy service records
WW1 1914-15 STAR, 7th & 29th LONDON REGIMENT 1914-15 Star To- 2138.PTE.G.GALLOWAY.7th.LOND.R George Galloway first landed in France 17-3-1915 serving with the 7th battalion of the London regiment. He later transferred & finished his service as a L-Cpl with service number 780937 serving with the 29th battalion of the London regiment. GVF with a replacement medal ribbon & complete with MIC details
WW1 1914-15 STAR, BWM & MEMORIAL PLAQUE,63rd BTY R.F.A, D.O.W KUT 14-12-1915 WW1 1914-15 Star, British War medal & Memorial plaque To- 65050.DVR.W.A.H.GALLOWAY.R.F.A William.Arthur.Herbert.Galloway was born in Lifton, Devon and enlisted in Devonport. He first landed overseas in theatre of war 5B 16-11-1914.He sadly died of wounds at Kut El Amara 14-12-1915 whilst serving with the 63rd battery, 10th brigade, Royal Field Artillery. He was 23 years of age at the time of his death and is buried in Kut war cemetery. The C.W.G.C state that he was the late son of George & Alice Galloway of Woodbine, Lifton, Devon. NEF with MIC & medal roll details along with details from both S.D.G.W & the C.W.G.C
WW1 1914-15 TRIO & GV T.F.E.M & BAR,7TH W.YORK.R, LEEDS RIFLES 1914-15 Trio & GV T.F.E.M & 2nd award bar to, 419.SJT / WO.CL.2.G.KERSHAW.7TH.W.YORK.R George Kershaw first landed in France 16-4-1914 & was awarded his territorial force efficiency medal in 1919 with the 2nd award clasp following in 1924. GVF or better and complete with MIC details
WW1 1914-15 TRIO & GVIR SPECIAL CONSTABULARY FAITHFUL SERVICE, SHERWOOD RANGERS YEOMANRY 1914-15 Trio & GVIR 1st type special constabulary faithful service medal To- 2396.PTE.G.S.SMITH.SHERWOOD.RANGERS Guy.S.Smith first landed in Egypt 10-8-1915 and later went on to serve with the Corps of Hussars with service number 275668 prior to his demobilization 10-3-1919 NEF & complete with MIC details
WW1 1914-15 TRIO & MEMORIAL PLAQUE, 1/8th NOTTS & DERBY.REGT, KIA F&F 15-10-1915 WW1 1914-15 Trio & Memorial plaque To- 2940.PTE.J.W.RENSHAW.NOTTS & DERBY.R John William Renshaw first landed in France 2-3-15 serving with the 1/8th battalion of the Notts & Derby He was sadly KIA F&F 15-10-1915. He was a resident of Newark & having no known grave is commemorated on the Loos memorial. He is recorded by the C.W.G.C as the late 20 year old son of W.B & Mary Renshaw of Farndon, Newark, Notts. NEF/GVF & complete with MIC details along with details from both SDGW & the CWGC
WW1 1914-15 TRIO & MINT CASED CANADIAN MEMORIAL CROSS, 19th CANADIAN INFANTRY WW1 1914-15 Trio & mint cased Memorial cross To- 55862.A-SJT.E.HOPPING.19-CAN.INF Edward Hopping was born in Enfield, Middlesex on the 8th of August 1877.He joined the C.E.F in Toronto in November 1914 & stated that he was a brick maker by trade.He served in France & Flanders & had several spells in hospital due to ill health. He was discharged in England in 1919 & died in 1936. His death was attributed to the effects of his war service & as such his widow was issued with the memorial cross which is simply named 55862.A.SGT.E.HOPPING to the reverse GVF/NEF with both the full length neck ribbon & the case of issue for the memorial cross. Complete with a electronic copy of his 66 page service file that will be sent to the buyer via e-mail.
WW1 1914-15 TRIO & ORIGINAL SILVER WAR BADGE, 8th DURHAM LIGHT INFANTRY 1914-15 Trio & original silver war badge To- 8-3612.PTE.J.W.FARREY.DURH.L.I Joseph William Farrey enlisted in to the 8th battalion of the Durham light infantry (D.L.I) 8-12-1914 and first landed in France 20-4-1915.He was discharged with a silver war badge due to wounds 11-5-1917 age 21. GVF & as worn from the original silk ribbons which are on the wrong medals. But the ribbon is stitched at the top of each ribbon and i do not intend to disturb them. Silver war badge numbered 138693 to the reverse Complete with MIC & medal roll details
WW1 1914-15 TRIO & SPECIAL CONSTABULARY FAITHFUL SERVICE, 16th MANCHESTER.REGT / MANCHESTER PALS, OFFICER 1914-15 Trio & GVIR 1st type Special Constabulary faithful service medal To- 44674.SJT.J.L.GALLOWAY.RAMC (on the star) & 2-LIEUT.J.L.GALLOWAY (on the pair) James Leishman Galloway was born in Falkirk, Scotland 30-3-1895 & enlisted in to the R.A.M.C in October 1914. He first landed overseas in Egypt 17-7-1915 & was commissioned in to the 16th service battalion of the Manchester Regiment in August 1917.He was wounded by shrapnel in October 1917 & spent some months in hospital prior to being discharged to the reserve in December 1919. The 16th service battalion of the Manchester Regiment had the secondary title of the 1st Manchester Pals GVF or better & complete with both copy service papers & MIC details
WW1 1914-15 TRIO, 12TH NORTHUMBERLAND FUSILIERS, KIA F&F 12-1-1916 1914-15 Trio To- 13700.PTE.J.McSHANE.NORTH'D.FUS John McShane was born in New York U.S.A & enlisted in Newcastle on Tyne. He was a member of the 12th service battalion of the Northumberland Fusiliers & landed in France 9-9-1915.He was sadly killed in action in France & Flanders 12-1-1916 & is buried in the Cite Bonjean Military cemetery at Armentieres in France GVF/NEF & complete with MIC details along with details from both S.D.G.W & the C.W.G.C
WW1 1914-15 TRIO, 1ST ROYAL LANCASTER.REGT, KIA F&F 13-5-1915 1914-15 Trio To- 17307.PTE.H.ALLEN.R.LANC.R Henry Allen first landed in France 2-5-1915 & was sadly KIA F&F just 11 days later 13-5-1915 serving with the 1st battalion. He was both born & enlisted in Manchester & is buried in La Brique military cemetery No-2. EF/MINT & complete with MIC details along with details from both S.D.G.W & the C.W.G.C
WW1 1914-15 TRIO, 1ST WELSH REGIMENT, KIA F&F 2-10-1915 1914-15 Trio To- 12292.PTE.D.WILLIAMS.WELSH.R Daniel Williams was a member of the 1st battalion Welsh Regiment & first landed in France 18-1-1915. He was sadly killed in action in France & Flanders 2-10-15. He was born in Ystradyfodwg, Glamorgan & enlisted in Pentre, Glamorgan. He is has no known grave but is commemorated on the Loos Memorial EF/MINT & complete with MIC details along with details from both S.D.G.W & the C.W.G.C
WW1 1914-15 TRIO, 1ST YORK.L.I , K.O.Y.L.I 1914-15 TRIO TO, 22654.PTE.J.W.MOODY.YORK.L.I. JOHN.W.MOODY FIRST LANDED IN FRANCE 31-8-1915 AND WAS A MEMBER OF THE 1ST BATTALION. HE WAS DISCHARGED TO THE CLASS Z RESERVE AT THE WARS END.COMPLETE WITH MIC & MEDAL ROLL DETAILS.
WW1 1914-15 TRIO, 22nd MANCHESTER REGIMENT, 7th MANCHESTER PALS BATTALION 1914-15 Trio To- 21251.PTE.J.GALLOWAY.MANCH.R James Galloway was born in Manchester & enlisted in to the 22nd service battalion of the Manchester regiment. He served with C company & first landed in France 12-11-1915. He was discharged to the class Z army reserve at the wars end. GVF with MIC details, details from the Manchester city battalion book of honour, Copy group photographs No-X11 platoon, C- company which include the recipient, census returns & other basic research details
WW1 1914-15 TRIO, 2nd CANADIAN DIVISIONAL AMMUNITION COLUMN, C.F.A, WITH ORIGINAL ENVELOPE & DOCUMENTS 1914-15 Trio To- 603.GNR.E.YARROW.2/CAN.DIV.AC (on the star) & 603.GNR.E.YARROW.C.F.A (pair) Complete with the original postal envelope & forwarding letters for the medals. The envelope is addressed to the recipient at his home address in Altrincham, Cheshire. NEF & complete with a extensive electronic copy of the recipients service records that will be sent to the buyer via e-mail
WW1 1914-15 TRIO, 2nd LOYAL NORTH LANCS, LANDED TANGA, EAST AFRICA 1914 1914-15 Trio To- 9695.PTE.W.E.DUNNICLIFF.L.N.LAN.R Walter.E.Dunnicliff was a member of the 2nd battalion of the Loyal North Lancashire regiment and first landed in theatre of war 4A (Tanga, East Africa) 18-11-1914 He later transferred to the A.O.C prior to his discharge at the wars end Lightly polished VF or better & complete with MIC & medal roll details.
WW1 1914-15 TRIO, 2nd ROYAL BERKSHIRE REGIMENT 1914-15 trio to, 10905.PTE.C.HARLAND.R.BERKS.R.Complete with mic details that state Clifford Harland first landed in France 20-5-1915 and later transfered to the labour corps prior to his discharge to the class z reserve 6-5-1919 NEF
WW1 1914-15 TRIO, 2nd ROYAL SUSSEX REGIMENT 1914-15 Trio To- 1489.PTE.E.FOWLER.R.SUSS.R Pte Fowler first landed in France 23-11-1914 serving with the 2nd battalion Royal Sussex Regiment. He later transferred to the Essex regiment and was discharged to the class Z army reserve at the wars end. It is worthy of note that the recipient landed in France just one day to late to qualify for the 1914 star. 1914-15 star & victory medal GVF. British war medal F/VF & harshly cleaned.Complete with MIC & medal roll details
WW1 1914-15 TRIO, 2nd SCOTS GUARDS, KIA F&F 20-7-1916 1914-15 Trio To- 12513.PTE.D.H.GALLOWAY.S.GDS David Hunter Galloway was born Alyth, Perth & Enlisted in Poplar, London whilst living in Meigle, Perth & landed in France 25-5-1915.He was sadly killed in action in France & Flanders 20-7-1916 serving with the 2nd battalion of the Scots Guards.He was 28 years of age at the time of his death & is buried in the Poperinghe New Military Cemetery. The C.W.G.C record the fact that he was the husband of Margaret Galloway of Barrhill,Steading,Perth. NEF/GVF & complete with copy service papers, MIC details & details from both S.D.G.W & the C.W.G.C
WW1 1914-15 TRIO, 3RD K.R.R.C 1914-15 Trio To- 2826.L-Cpl.E.COLLINS.K.R.R.C. Edward Collins was a member of the 3rd battalion of the Kings Royal Rifle Corps and first landed in France 9-2-1915. He was discharged to the class Z army reserve at the wars end VF & Complete with both MIC & medal roll details
WW1 1914-15 TRIO, 3rd ROYAL FUSILIERS, KIA F&F 3-5-1915 1914-15 Trio To- SR-7977.PTE.J.CROXFORD.R.FUS James Croxford first landed in France 9-2-1915 & was sadly killed in action in France & Flanders 3-5-1915 during the battle of St.Julien.Whilst serving with the 3rd battalion Royal Fusiliers.He was born in Hoxton & enlisted in Finsbury.He has no known grave but is commemorated on the Menin gate at Ypres. The recipients 1914-15 star is named with the incorrect initial A as opposed to J but this is confirmed on the recipients M.I.C NEF & complete with MIC details along with details from SDGW & the C.W.G.C
WW1 1914-15 TRIO, 7th & 18th K.R.R.C 1914-15 Trio To- R-6540.PTE.R.BURTON.K.R.R.C Robert Burton first landed in France 3-8-1915 serving with the 7th battalion of the Kings Royal Rifle Corps.He later went on to serve with the 18th (Arts & Crafts Bn) & finished his war serving with the 1st battalion GVF & complete with MIC & medal roll details
WW1 1914-15 TRIO, 7TH W.RID.R & BRECKNOCK BTN SWB 1914-15 TRIO TO, 1933.PTE.T.G.BOULTON.W.RID.R. THOMAS.G.BOULTON WAS A MEMBER OF THE 7TH W.RID.R AND LANDED IN FRANCE 30-6-1915. HE LATER TRANSFERED TO THE BRECKNOCK BATTALION OF THE SOUTH WALES BORDERERS AND WAS DISCHARGED 31-5-1919. COMPLETE WITH MIC DETAILS. NEF
WW1 1914-15 TRIO, 7th WILTSHIRE REGIMENT 1914-15 Trio To- 13847.CPL/SJT.W.HILL.WILTS.R William Hill first landed in France 21-9-1915 serving with the 7th battalion of the Wiltshire regiment. He later transferred to the 2nd D.C.L.I prior to his discharge to the class z army reserve at the wars end. NEF & Complete with MIC & medal roll details
WW1 1914-15 TRIO, 9TH NORFOLK REGT, KIA F&F 28-4-1917 1914-15 Trio To- 14255.SJT.S.KING.NORFOLK.R Stanley King was born in Cornard, Suffolk & enlisted in St.Pauls Churchyard, Middlesex. He first landed 4-10-15 & was KIA F&F 28-4-17 serving with the 9th battalion of the Norfolk Regt He is buried in the St.Patricks cemetery at Loos GVF & complete with MIC details along with details from both S.D.G.W & the C.W.G.C
WW1 1914-15 TRIO, 9th SUFFOLK REGIMENT, D.O.W F&F 24-1-1916 1914-15 Trio To-13358.PTE.E.JACOBS.SUFFOLK.R Ernest.G.Jacobs first landed in France 31-8-1915 serving with the 9th battalion of the Suffolk regiment. He sadly died of wounds in France & Flanders 24-1-1916.He was born in Withersfield Suffolk & enlisted in Haverhill. He was 22 years of age at the time of his death & is buried in Estaples military cemetery. He is recorded by the Commonwealth War Graves Commission as the late son of John & Elizabeth Jacobs of rose hill cottages, Withersfield, Suffolk. NEF & complete with MIC details along with details from both SDGW & the C.W.G.C
WW1 1914-15 TRIO, 9th WEST YORKSHIRE REGIMENT, SERVED GALLIPOLI 1914-15 Trio To- 19886.PTE.T.HUNTER.W.YORK.R Thomas Hunter was a member of the 9th service battalion & first landed in the Balkans / Gallipoli 14-11-1915.He later went on to serve with the Labour Corps with service number 394116 & was discharged to the class Z army reserve 3-4-1919. GVF/VF with MIC & medal roll details
WW1 1914-15 TRIO, ARMY SERVICE CORPS 1914-15 Trio To- T4-083745.PTE.E.K.GALLOWAY.A.S.C Ernest.K.Galloway first landed in France 10-4-1915 & was discharged to the class Z army reserve 29-3-19. NEF with MIC details
WW1 1914-15 TRIO, COLDSTREAM GUARDS 1914-15 Trio To- 13918.PTE.T.W.COX.C.GDS Thomas.W.Cox first landed in France 7-9-1915 & later went on to serve with the Army Service Corps with service Number T-364811 prior to his discharge to the class Z reserve at the wars end GVF & complete with MIC details
WW1 1914-15 TRIO, D.L.I / K.O.S.B OFFICER KIA 1918 1914-15 TRIO WITH ORIGINAL SILK MEDAL RIBBONS AND POSTAL ENVELOPE TO, 12106.PTE.W.ROBINSON.DURHAM.L.I (ON THE STAR) AND 2ND LIEUT.W.ROBINSON (ON THE PAIR) WILLIAM ROBINSON FIRST LANDED IN FRANCE 20-7-1915 AS A PTE WITH THE D.L.I. HE TRANSFERED TO THE ROYAL ENGINEERS AND WAS THEN COMMISSIONED IN TO THE K.O.S.B. HE WAS KIA F&F 1-8-1918 SERVING WITH THE 1/5TH BATTALION. HE WAS 27 YEARS OF AGE AT THE TIME OF HIS DEATH AND IS BURIED IN RAPERIE BRITISH CEMETERY AT VILEMONTOIRE IN FLANDERS. HE IS RECORDED BY THE CWGC AS THE LATE SON OF ARTHUR EDWARD & MONICA MARY ROBINSON OF OAK TREE FARM, MIDDLETON ST.GEORGE, DARLINGTON. COMPLETE WITH MIC DETAILS ALONG WITH DETAILS FROM BOTH SOLDIERS DIED IN THE GREAT WAR & THE COMMONWEALTH WAR GRAVES COMMISSION. EF
WW1 1914-15 TRIO, ENGR-SUB-LIEUT.R.N.R, KIA HMS DUKE OF ALBANY 24-8-1916 1914-15 Trio with boxes of issue, mint silk medal ribbons & the original condolence slip TO, ENG.S.LT.A.G.G.MASKELL.R.N.R Albert George Glover Maskell was serving on the HMS Duke of Albany whilst the ship was being used as a armed boarding steamship. He was KIA when the ship was sunk by a german submarine 20 miles east of the Skerries. He was 45 years of age at the time of his death and is commemorated on the Plymouth naval memorial. He is listed by the C.W.G.C as the late son of George & Matilda Victoria Maskell & the late husband of Rachel Agnes Maskell of 122 Victoria street, Fleetwoood, lancs. Complete with details from the C.W.G.C & the dictionary of disasters at sea during the age of steam.
WW1 1914-15 TRIO, ESSEX REGIMENT OFFICER 1914-15 Trio To- LIEUT / CAPTAIN.T.PICKMERE.ESSEX.R Travers Pickmere first landed in France 24-11-1915 as a Lieutenant on the staff of the 3rd Essex regiment. He spent much of his war attached to the claims commission. He applied for his medals in 1921 & gave his home address as 3a Albert Road, Withington, Manchester. VF or better & complete with MIC & medal roll details
WW1 1914-15 TRIO, HMS LAFOREY, K.I.A 23-3-1917 1914-15 Trio To- J.19154.W.C.THOROGOOD.AB.RN Walter Charles Thorogood was born Romford 9-9-96 and joined the Royal Navy 9-9-1914. He sadly lost his life when HMS Laforey was sunk by a mine as part of the Dover patrol 23-3-1917 He is commemorated on the Chatham Naval memorial & is recorded by the C.W.G.C as the late son of Charles & Catherine Mary Thorogood of 129 Chester road, Seven Kings, Essex. GVF or better & complete with copy service papers & C.W.G.C details.
WW1 1914-15 TRIO, LIEUTENANT COMMANDER R.N.R, M.I.D GALLIPOLI 1914-15 Trio with M.I.D oakleaves To- LIEUT.COMMANDER.G.L.PORTER.R.N.R George Langley Porter was a Merchant Navy sea captain & joined the RNR in January 1915 with the immediate rank of Lieutenant Commander. He was given command of the Fleet messenger Brighton & served onboard her during the Gallipoli campaign. He was Mentioned in Despatches for his services at Gallipoli whilst commanding the Brighton in the London gazette 31-5-1916 & this states this was for his services whilst employed on transport duties at the Dardanelles. GVF & complete with research details to include copy London gazette pages
WW1 1914-15 TRIO, NORTHAMPTON YEOMANRY / NORTHAMPTONSHIRE REGT 1914-15 Trio To- 1314.PTE.M.FOX.NORTHAMPTON.YEO (star) & 1314.A-CPL.M.FOX.NORTH'N.R (on the pair) GVF & complete with MIC details that state Marcus Fox first landed in France 18-4-1915 with the Northampton Yeomanry & later moved across to the Northamptonshire regiment before finishing his war with the Labour corps.
WW1 1914-15 TRIO, OFFICER 7th S.LANC.REGT & R.LANC.REGT 1914-15 Trio To- 11797.SJT.B.WOLFE.S.LANC.R (star) 2nd LIEUT.B.A.WOLFE (on the pair) Bernard.A.Wolfe first served overseas as a private with the 7th battalion of the South Lancashire Regiment & landed in France 4-12-1914. He was commissioned in to the Royal Lancaster regiment 30-4-1918. He spent a short spell in hospital due to ill health & applied for his medals in 1921 giving his home address as 38 Booth Road, Gorton, Manchester. NEF & complete with MIC & roll details
WW1 1914-15 TRIO, ROYAL ENGINEERS, DISCHARGED DUE TO MUSTARD GAS GAS POISONING 1914-15 Trio To- 136068.SPR.W.GALLOWAY.R.E William Galloway enlisted in to the Royal Engineers 20-10-1915 & landed in France 9-11-1915. He was discharged with a silver war badge 30-12-1918 due to the effects of gas poisoning. GVF with MIC & medal roll details, The 1914-15 star has been gold plated / gilded
WW1 1914-15 TRIO, ROYAL MARINES / RE, 63rd RND ENGINEERS 1914-15 Trio To- DEAL-1145-S-SPR.H.PARROTT.RM (the star) & 236146.SPR.H.PARROTT.RE (on the pair) Henry Parrott from London was born 10-9-1885 & joined the Royal Marines 9-2-1915. He served with the 63rd Royal Naval Division engineers & transferred to the Royal Engineers 31-1-1917 with service number 236146. NEF & complete with copy RM service papers & RE MIC details that confirm all of the above.
WW1 1914-15 TRIO,8th LINCOLN.REGT DOW F&F 29-12-15 1914-15 trio to, 12284.PTE.C.CORNWELL.LINCOLN.R. The recipient died of wounds in France & Flanders 29-12-1915 serving with the 8th service battalion of the Lincolnshire regiment. He was born in Deeping St.James & enlisted in market Deeping whilst living in Deeping St.James. Complete with mic details & details from both SDGW & the CWGC
WW1 1914-15 TRIO,RHA DSO RECIPIENT, DUNSTER FORCE WW1 1914-15 TRIO TO, MAJOR / LT.COLONEL. R.G.KEYWORTH OF THE ROYAL HORSE ARTILLERY (R.H.A) THE RECIPIENT WAS AWARDED THE D.S.O IN THE LONDON GAZETTE 4-6-1917 AND WAS MENTIONED IN DESPATCHES FOUR TIMES FOR SERVICES IN FRANCE, 1-1-16, 6-12-16, 21-7-16 & 21-2-1919. ROBERT GEOFFREY KEYWORTH WAS COMMISSIONED 17-10-1892, LIEUTENANT 1895, CAPTAIN 1900, MAJOR 1909, LT.COLONEL 1915 & COLONEL 1920. HE WAS EMPLOYED AS THE ARTILLERY ADVISER TO DUNSTER FORCE FOR SERVICES IN AND AROUND THE CASPIAN SEA BETWEEN 22-2-1918 & 4-8-1918. HE LANDED IN FRANCE 30-11-1914 AND SERVED IN THAT THEATRE UNTIL 28-11-1915 WHEN HE WENT ON TO SERVE IN MACADONIA, SERBIA, BULGARIA, TURKEY, THE AGEAN ISLANDS & IN RUSSIA. HE DIED 24-9-1952. DURING THE BOER WAR HE SERVED WITH 9TH BATTERY RFA AND WAS AWARDED A FOUR CLASP QSA. THE QSA WAS SOLD AT AUCTION BY DNW AND WAS LOT NUMBER 21 IN THE SALE OF 18-9-2014. NEF
WW1 1914-15 TRIO,ROYAL WILTSHIRE YEOMANRY 1914-15 TRIO TO, 1104.PTE.R.BOWLEY.R.WILTS.YEO. RICHARD BOWLEY ENLISTED IN TO THE ROYAL WILTSHIRE YEOMANRY 21-9-1914 AND FIRST LANDED IN FRANCE 4-12-1915. HE WAS DISCHARGED WITH A SILVER WAR BADGE DUE TO WOUNDS 18-7-1918 AGE 25. TRIOS TO THE WILTSHIRE YEOMANRY ARE HARD TO FIND AS ONLY TWO COMPANYS SERVED OVERSEAS IN TIME TO QUALIFY FOR THE 1914-15 STAR. COMPLETE WITH MIC AND MEDAL ROLL DETAILS. NEF/GVF
WW1 BRITISH WAR MEDAL & COLONIAL AUXILIARY FORCE LONG SERVICE, OFFICER,18th CANADIAN MOUNTED RIFLES WW1 British War Medal & GV Colonial Auxiliary force long service To- MAJOR.E.W.COOKE.18th MOUNTED.RIFLES Ernest William Cooke was born in Bexwell, Norfolk in 1869 & emigrated to Canada prior to the outbreak of WW1.He enlisted in Moosomin, Saskatchewan & stated that he was a farmer from Carey, Manitoba. He served in the UK with the HQ of the 18th Canadian Mounted Rifles & this pair is his sole & complete medal entitlement. GVF or better & complete with copy service details
WW1 BRITISH WAR MEDAL & GV RN LS&GC, HM COASTGUARD WW1 British War medal & GV 1st type RN LS&GC To- 198515.E.C.RYDER.LG.BTN.RN (on the BWM) & 198515.E.C.RYDER.LD.BTN.HM.COAST GUARD Edwin Campbell Ryder was born in Boscawen, Devon in 1882 & joined the Royal Navy in 1900 & spent nearly all of his service with the Coast Guard. He was awarded his LS&GC in 1915 & was discharged in 1923 on reduction of the service. The British War medal is his sole entitlement for his service in WW1 & this pair is his complete group. GVF or better & complete with copy service papers & medal roll details.
WW1 BRITISH WAR MEDAL, 13th DIV AMMUNITION COL, DIED EGYPT 22-7-1917 WW1 British War Medal To- 755.BMBR.T.GALLOWAY.R.A Thomas Galloway was born in Alloa, Clackmannan & enlisted in Airth, Stirling.He first landed overseas in France 17-7-1915 & sadly died in Egypt 22-7-1917 whilst serving with the 13th Div ammo col. He is buried in Baghdad North Gate Cemetery GVF/VF with replacement medal ribbon, MIC & medal roll details along with CWGC & SDGW details & a copy newspaper cutting from the local paper that includes a picture of the recipient
WW1 BRITISH WAR MEDAL, NOVA SCOTIA REGIMENT, SOLE ENTITLEMENT WW1 British War Medal To- 3188970.PTE.W.H.McKENZIE.N.S.R William Herman McKenzie was born in Centerdale, Nova Scotia 13-6-1895 & joined the 1st Novia Scotia Regiment 13-6-1918.He served in England with the regiment but did not manage to proceed to France. As such this is his sole medal entitlement for his service in WW1. GVF with a modern replacement medal ribbon. Complete with a electronic copy of his 44 page service file that will be sent to the buyer via e-mail.
WW1 BRITISH WAR MEDAL, PRIESKA COMMANDO WW1 British War Medal To- PTE.J.GALLOWAY.PRIESKA.CDO A South African recipient NEF with a short length of the original silk medal ribbon
WW1 BRITISH WAR MEDAL, QUEBEC REGIMENT, SOLE ENTITLEMENT WW1 British War Medal To- 3286018.PTE.J.E.BUREAU.Q.R Joseph Evangeliste Bureau was born in Compton, Compton Co, P.Q.Canada 10-4-1897 & joined the Quebec regiment 25-6-1918.He served in the UK but did not proceed to France & as such this is his sole & complete medal entitlement for his service in WW1 NEF with the full length original silk medal ribbon Complete with a electronic copy of his 28 page service file that will be sent to the buyer via e-mail.
WW1 BRITISH WAR MEDAL, R.N.A.S, SOLE ENTITLEMENT WW1 British War Medal To- F-12251.A.G.GALLOWAY.A.M.1.R.N.A.S Adam Gentles Galloway was born in Glasgow 15-7-95 & joined the R.N.A.S 24-2-1916. His stated trade on enlistment was motor engineer & he transferred to the RAF on its formation in April 1918. The British War Medal is confirmed as his sole entitlement for his service in WW1. GVF with a short length of the original silk medal ribbon & complete with copy service papers & medal roll details
WW1 BRITISH WAR MEDAL, ROYAL FIELD ARTILLERY WW1 British War Medal To- 179259.GNR.G.COOK.RA George Cook served with the Royal Field Artillery NEF with the original full length silk medal ribbon & complete with MIC details
WW1 BRITISH WAR MEDAL, ROYAL NAVY WW1 British War Medal To- K.18270.J.O.GALLOWAY.STO.1.RN John Oswald Galloway was born in Hull 27-1-1890 & joined the Royal Navy in March of 1913.Most of his service during WW1 was on HMS Royal Sovereign. He continued his service post WW1 and was finally discharged in 1941 from HMS Orlando. VF with with a short bit of the original medal ribbon & complete with copy service papers
WW1 BRITISH WAR MEDAL, YORKSHIRE DRAGOONS WW1 British War Medal To- 3716.PTE.E.NORMINTON.YORK.DNS NEF with a short length of the original silk medal ribbon & complete with MIC & medal roll details for Edgar Norminton.
WW1 BRITISH WAR MEDAL, YORKSHIRE DRAGOONS WW1 British War Medal To- 3855.PTE.W.WOOD.YORK.DNS NEF with a short length of the original silk medal ribbon & complete with MIC & medal roll details for William Wood
WW1 BRITISH WAR MEDAL,11th ROYAL SCOTS WW1 British War Medal To- 41844.PTE.J.MATHIESON.R.SCOTS GVF with the full length original silk medal ribbon & complete with both MIC & medal roll details that state John Mathieson served with the 11th battalion of the Royal Scots
WW1 BRITISH WAR MEDAL. CANADIAN FORESTRY CORPS, SOLE ENTITLEMENT WW1 British War Medal To- 2245686.PTE.H.T.EMO.C.F.C Henry Thomas Emo was born in Millhurst, Quebec & Joined the Canadian Forestry Corps in 1917 & served in the UK with the 5th forestry corps. As such this is his sole & complete medal entitlement for his service in WW1. NEF with a modern replacement medal ribbon Complete with a electronic copy of his 42 page service file that will be sent to the buyer via e-mail.
WW1 DCM & MEMORIAL PLAQUE, 15TH CHESHIRE.REGT, KIA F&F 14-10-18 GVR 1st type WW1 Distinguished conduct medal (DCM) & Memorial plaque To- 20127.SJT.G.BELLYON.15TH.CHESHIRE.R (Cheshire bantam battalion) George Bellyon was KIA F&F 14-10-1918 & was born in Bethnal Green, London & enlisted in Shoreditch. He was awarded the DCM in the London gazette 3-9-1919 with the following citation. During the period 23rd March 1918 to 16th September 1918, he has rendered exceptional service in the front line. Of a fearless nature, he has at the same time a most cheerful disposition and of the greatest value in inspiring the men under his command with confidence and getting the most out of them.Whenever patrol work has to be done he always volunteered, and has done most useful work in this respect. He is always at his best when danger is greatest. He has no known grave but is commemorated on the Tyne Cot memorial. GVF or better & complete with MIC details, CWGC & SDGW Details along with London gazette details.
WW1 DCM TRIO & T.F.E.M, 511th LONDON FIELD COY. ROYAL ENGINEERS GV 1st type Distinguished Conduct Medal (DCM), 1914-15 trio & GV Territorial force efficiency medal To- 852 / 554007.CPL/C.S.MJR/WO.CL.2 W.H.ELWICK.ROYAL.ENGINEERS William Henry Elwick was born in Muswell Hill, London 8-6-1890 & first landed in France 12-12-14. He was awarded the DCM in the London gazette 3-6-1919 with the following citation 554007.C.S.MJR.W.H.ELWICK.511th.London Field Company.R.E.TF (New Southgate) He by his example & devotion to duty in charge of sections, when officers were not available, has carried out his work with excellent results. He was awarded his T.F.E.M in April 1920 & passed away in Welwyn Garden city 5-11-1969 NEF/GVF with MIC details, London gazette details & other basic information Service number 852 on the trio & 554007 on the DCM & TFEM but all confirmed on his MIC & medal roll.
WW1 DCM, QSA & TRIO, 5th R.SCOTS.FUS & IMP.YEO, STRETCHER BEARER DCM, QSA 1899-1902 with clasps for Cape Colony & South Africa 1902, 1914-15 Trio with MID oakleaves To- 7737 / 240651.CPL.J.KNOX.5TH.R.SCOTS.FUS (on the DCM & trio) & 37870.PTE.J.KNOX.139TH.COY.31ST.IMPERIAL.YEOMANRY (on the QSA) The recipient served with fincastle's horse in the Boer war & served with the 5th territorial force battalion of the Royal Scots Fusiliers in WW1 He was awarded the DCM in the London gazette 21-6-1916 with the following citation For conspicuous gallantry & devotion to duty.When in charge of stretcher-bearers, He was on duty for 50 hours under heavy fire & set a fine example. I suspect that this is a Gallipoli award but no theatre is stated in the gazette. However the recipient first landed on Gallipoli 6-6-1915 & his battalion left Gallipoli in January 1916 but served in Egypt until April 1918 so if it is not a Gallipoli award? it is a Mediteranean theatre award. The award of the mention in despatches for service in the Mediterranean / Gallipoli whilst under Sir Charles Monro's command was published in the London gazette 13-7-1916 GVF with copy MIC details, medal rolls & London gazette details
WW1 DISTINGUISHED SERVICE MEDAL (DSM) & 1914-15 TRIO, HM.DRIFTER.SILVERY HARVEST 1916 DSM & 1914-15 Trio To, S.A.1708.W.I.WILLIAMS.2ND.HD.R.N.R. HM.DR.SILVERY.HARVEST.AUX.PATROL.1916 William Isiah Williams from Lowestoft was born 18-9-1884 & joined the RNR 13-5-1912 He was awarded the DSM in the London gazette 27-6-1917 for his services with the auxiliary patrol between 1-2-1916 & 31-12-1916 whilst serving on the hired net drifter, HM.Drifter Silvery Harvest. Semi court mounted for wear by spinks with traces of old varnish / lacquer but VF or better & complete with copy service papers & London gazette details.
WW1 MEMORIAL PLAQUE / DEATH PLAQUE, 1st / 1st LOWLAND HEAVY BTY R.G.A WW1 Memorial plaque To- Herbert John Galloway 103677.Gunner.Herbert John Galloway was born in Tynemouth & enlisted in North Shields on the 28th of July 1916 whilst living at 5 Front street, North Shields.He was accidently killed in France 6-11-1918 serving with the 1st/1st Lowland Heavy Battery of the Royal Garrison Artillery. He was 31 years of age at the time of his death & is buried in Saultain communal cemetery. The C.W.G.C record the fact that he was the son of John & Elizabeth Galloway. VF with traces of old solder to the reverse & complete with MIC & medal roll details along with copy service papers.
WW1 MEMORIAL PLAQUE / DEATH PLAQUE, ALEXANDER GALLOWAY WW1 Memorial plaque To- ALEXANDER GALLOWAY One of a number of men of this name who died in military service during WW1 GVF/VF
WW1 MEMORIAL PLAQUE / DEATH PLAQUE, LIEUTENANT (PILOT) 27th SQUADRON R.F.C, D.O.W F&F 12-11-1917 WW1 Memorial plaque To- FREDERICK.PHILLIP.GALLOWAY Lieutenant Frederick Phillip Galloway first served overseas with the 14th battalion of the London regiment (London Scottish) & landed in France 3-4-1915 with service number 3291.He was commissioned as a pilot with the Royal Flying Corps 9-5-1917 & served in France with the 27th squadron. He was fatally injured during take off whilst flying DH4 no- A7707 which was a two seater bomber. He died of wounds later the same day & sadly his passenger Lieutenant F.W.Best of the M.G.C was killed instantly.He was 22 years of age when he died and is buried in the Estaples military cemetery.He is recorded by the C.W.G.C as the late son of Mr.P.H.Galloway of 8 Trouville road, Clapham Park, London. EF/MINT with extensive research details including copy RFC service papers, MIC details, CWGC details & newspaper details.
WW1 MEMORIAL PLAQUE / DEATH PLAQUE, WALTER SCOTT WW1 Bronze Memorial plaque To- WALTER SCOTT One of several men of this name who died in military service during W.W.1
WW1 MERCANTILE MARINE & MFA PAIR FROM LEITH WW1 British War Medal & Mercantile Marine Medal To- A.W.SHARPE.AB.M.F.A (British War medal) & ARCHIBALD.W.SHARPE (on the M.Marine) Archibald Walter Sharpe was born in Ashford, Kent in 1890 but was living in Leith when he joined the Merchant Navy.He applied for the issue of his campaign medals in 1921 & had then sent to him at the fire station, London Road Edinburgh. NEF/GVF & Complete with biographical research in to both the recipient & his family. This also confirms the issue of the British war medal by the Merchant Fleet Auxiliary.
WW1 MERCANTILE MARINE PAIR, ARTHUR BUCKLEY WW1 British war medal & Mercantile Marine War medal To- Arthur Buckley NEF
WW1 MERCANTILE MARINE PAIR, CHARLES.H.WHITE FROM SOUTHAMPTON WW1 Mercantile Marine pair To- CHARLES.H.WHITE Charles.Henry.Archibald.White was born in Southampton 28-4-1888 & served in the Mercantile Marine as a ward attendant. (ID no-819936) He claimed his medals in 1921 whilst living at 36 Millais Road,Itchen, Southampton. GVF with two sets of copy Mercantile Marine record cards that include a picture of the recipient.
WW1 MERCANTILE MARINE PAIR, EDWARD RUTTER FROM BATTERSEA, LONDON WW1 Mercantile Marine pair To- EDWARD RUTTER Edward Jas Charles Rutter was born in Battersea, London 17-9-1896 & served as an able seaman with the Mercantile Marine (ID cert number 302119) His next of kin was Mrs Anna Rutter of ward 21, Lambeth infirmary, Kennington & his medals were issued in 1921 whilst living at 11 Beaumont Road, Leyton. GVF & complete with two sets of copy mercantile marine record cards that include a photograph of the recipient.
WW1 MILITARY MEDAL & 1914-15 TRIO,12th MANCH.REGT WW1 Military medal (MM) & 1914-15 trio to, 12-13977.PTE.S.JACKSON.12th.MANCHESTER.REGT. Septimus Jackson first landed in France 16-7-1915 with the 12th service battalion of the Manchester regiment. He was awarded the MM for services in France in the London gazette 19-11-1917 and this states that he was a native of Rusholme. Complete with mic & London gazette details. NEF
WW1 MILITARY MEDAL & 2nd AWARD BAR WITH WW1 PAIR, 1st GORDON HIGHLANDERS, KIA F&F 1-10-1918 WW1 MM & bar & pair To- S-10402.CPL/SJT.P.DOLMAN.1st.GORDON.HIGHRS. Percy Dolman enlisted in to the Gordon Highlanders 6-5-1915 & was wounded & invalided home in June 1917. He returned to France in August 1918 & was badly gassed. He was awarded his MM in the London gazette 16-7-1918 whilst serving with the 1st battalion & this was followed by the award of the bar to the MM in the London Gazette 11-2-1919. He was sadly killed in action in France & Flanders 1-10-18. He was a resident of Burton on Trent & is buried in Ribecourt railway cemetery.He is recorded by the CWGC as the late son of George & Mary.J.Dolman of 71 High Bank road, Ashby Road, Winshill, Burton on Trent. He has a superb & lengthy entry in De Ruvignys roll of honour which includes the fact that he was awarded his MM for leading his men on an attack which had resisted attacks of another battalion during the whole day.In the evening the company to which the recipient belonged was ordered to attack it and it was largely due to his gallantry that the attack was successful. It is thought that this was the action for which he was awarded the bar to his MM as in the entry from De Ruvigny the copy letter from the recipients commanding officer states that he had already been awarded the MM prior to this date. EF/NEF with original condolence slip for the medals & letter of award.Along with MIC & medal roll details, CWGC details, London Gazette details & details from S.D.G.W. A truly superb & indeed rare MM & bar group to a KIA recipient with a roll of honour entry in De Ruvigny.
WW1 MILITARY MEDAL (MM) & 1914-15 TRIO WITH T.F.E.M, 1/3rd NORTHUMBERLAND.DIV.RFA.TF GV 1st type Military Medal (MM), 1914-15 trio & GV T.F.E.M To- 972.GNR.J.W.CALLAGHAN.B.252/BDE, 1/3.NTH'D.DIV.R.F.A.-T.F John.W.Callaghan first landed in France 19-4-1915 and was awarded the MM in the London gazette 27-10-16. he later went on to serve under the later six figure T.F number 760096 & this is the number on his T.F.E.M awarded in 1921. The 3rd Northumberland battery was part of the 50th division & was based at the drill hall in Dunn street, Newcastle. GVF or better & complete with MIC details & London gazette details (later ribbon on the T.F.E.M as worn post 1922)
WW1 MILITARY MEDAL (MM) & PAIR 18th WESTERN ONTARIO REGIMENT, C.E.F WW1 Military Medal (MM) & pair To- 745172.L-CPL/SJT.R.SWANSBOROUGH. 18th.W.ONT.R / 18th CAN.INF Robert Elson Swansborough was born in Guilford, Surrey 13-5-1894. He was born out of wedlock and was taken in to the care of the parish. At 15 years of age he emigrated to Canada onboard the Empress of Ireland. He enlisted in to the C.E.F 11-12-1915 & first posted to the 116th overseas battalion.He embarked for the UK from Nova Scotia 23-7-1916 & arrived at Liverpool 31-7-1916.On December 3rd 1916 he was taken on strength of the 18th battalion of the Canadian Infantry.He was awarded the MM in the London Gazette 28-9-1918 serving with the 18th battalion Western Ontario Regiment.He was discharged in Canada 24-5-1919 & returned to the UK in 1930 where he died in Ashford, Kent 9-3-1977 leaving an estate valued at £6212.00 GVF or better & complete with a extensive electronic file of research that will be sent to the buyer via e-mail.
WW1 MILITARY MEDAL (MM) & PAIR, 4TH LIVERPOOL.REGT WW1 MILITARY MEDAL (MM) & PAIR TO, 49371.PTE.T.H.ROTHWELL.4TH.LIVERPOOL.REGT. THE RECIPIENT WAS AWARDED HIS MM FOR SERVICES IN FRANCE IN THE LONDON GAZETTE 23-7-1919 & THIS STATES THAT HE WAS A NATIVE OF LIVERPOOL. COMPLETE WITH MIC & LONDON GAZETTE DETAILS. GVF
WW1 MILITARY MEDAL (MM) & TRIO WITH 1911 DELHI DURBAR, 4th WORCESTER.REGT GVR 1st type Military Medal (MM) & 1914-15 trio with 1911 Delhi Durbar To- 10193.PTE/SJT.A.KING.4th.WORC.R Albert King enlisted 28-9-1906 & was present at the 1911 Delhi Durbar with the 4th battalion. He Landed on Gallipoli 25-4-1915 on the first day of the Gallipoli landings. His award of the Military Medal (MM) was published in the London gazette 11-11-1916 & he was Dangerously wounded serving with the 11th battalion in France during May of 1918. He was discharged with a silver war badge due to wounds 19-2-1919. GVF & complete with the recipients original honourable discharge scroll.Along with copy MIC details, medal roll details & London gazette details (The discharge scroll is folded in to quarters)
WW1 MILITARY MEDAL (MM) 9th HIGHLAND LIGHT INFANTRY WW1 GV 1st type Military Medal (MM) To- 331757.CPL.J.HERBERT.9th.HIGH.L.I James Herbert first served overseas with the 9th battalion with the pre 1917 four figure service number 4516.He was re-numbered in 1917 with the new six figure T.F number 331767 and was awarded the MM for services in France in the London gazette 14-5-1919.The London gazette goes on to state that he was a resident of Glasgow. NEF & complete with MIC & medal roll details along with London gazette details
WW1 MILITARY MEDAL, TRIO & PLAQUE, 6TH DRAGOONS WW1 GV 1ST TYPE MILITARY MEDAL (MM) & 1914-15 TRIO TO,6DN-5867.PTE.W.WOOD.6TH.INNISKILLING DRAGOONS. PTE WILLIAM WOOD FROM DUNDEE LANDED IN FRANCE 16-12-1914 BUT FOUND HIMSELF IN HOSPITAL WITH FROSTBITE TO HIS FEET BY FEBRUARY OF 1915. HE WAS AGAIN WOUNDED 21-9-1916 AND WENT ON TO BE AWARDED THE MM IN THE LONDON GAZETTE 21-10-1916. HE SADLY DIED OF WOUNDS F&F 26-2-1918 WHILST SERVING UNDER HIS NEW SERVICE NUMBER OF D-21211.SOLDIERS DIED IN THE GREAT WAR STATES THAT HE WAS BORN & LIVED IN LOCHEE DUNDEE & ENLISTED IN DUNDEE. A SCARCE CAVALRY GALANTRY GROUP WITH A MEMORIAL PLAQUE. COMPLETE WITH MIC DETAILS & DETAILS FROM BOTH S.D.G.W & THE C.W.G.C ALONG WITH OTHER BASIC DETAILS. GVF/VF
WW1 MM & PAIR WITH DISCHARGE CERT,10TH NOTTS & DERBY.R & R.W.FUS WW1 MILITARY MEDAL & PAIR TO, 74032.SJT.T.G.C.WEAVER.10TH.NOTTS & DERBY.REGT (ON THE MM) & 36702.SJT.T.G.C.WEAVER.ROYAL.WELSH FUSILIERS (ON THE PAIR) SJT WEAVER WAS AWARDED HIS MILITARY MEDAL FOR SERVICES IN FRANCE IN THE LONDON GAZETTE 13-3-1919 AND THIS STATES THAT HE WAS A NATIVE OF CROGBEN, WALES. COMPLETE WITH THE RECIPIENTS ORIGINAL HONOURABLE DISCHARGE SCROLL IN A PERIOD FRAME. PLEASE NOTE THE POSTAL PRICE REFLECTS THE WEIGHT OF THE GLAZED FRAME BUT I WILL BE HAPPY TO POST THE MEDALS FOR £8 VIA SPECIAL DELIVERY AND YOU CAN COLLECT THE FRAME FROM ME AT A FAIR OR FROM THE SHOP WHEN YOU ARE PASSING.
WW1 MM & PAIR WITH GV LS&GC,13th KRRC & R.SIGNALS WW1 military medal (MM) & pair to,5-5021.PTE.J.G.HALL.13th.K.R.R.C.the recipient was awarded his MM in the London gazette 17-6-1919 for services in France & Flanders & this states that he was a native of Bethnal Green.his GVR Regular army LS&GC is named to him as 2311377.SJT.J.G.HALL.MM.ROYAL.SIGNALS. Small EK to victory medal but otherwise GVF or better.
WW1 MM & PAIR, 9TH MANCHESTER.R FROM WIGAN WW1 MILITARY MEDAL (MM) & PAIR TO, 35000.PTE.W.GASKELL.9TH.MANCHESTER.REGT. THE RECIPIENT WAS AWARDED HIS MM IN THE LONDON GAZETTE 16-5-1919 AND THIS STATES THAT HE WAS A NATIVE OF WIGAN.COMPLETE WITH MIC & LONDON GAZETTE DETAILS. NEF
WW1 PAIR & GSM SOUTH PERSIA, CAPTAIN W.RIDING REGT & I.A.R.O WW1 Pair & GSM 1918-1962 With S.Persia clasp To- CAPTAIN.R.S.GREENWOOD.I.A.R.O Raymond Simpson Greenwood was a commissioned in to the Duke of Wellingtons West Riding Regiment & was admitted in to the I.A.R.O 5-12-1917. He went on to serve with this unit in South Persia. He left the service in 1924 & when he applied for his medals he gave his home address as Stodford, Greenroyd, Halifax Complete with MIC & medal roll details
WW1 PAIR & MEMORIAL PLAQUE, 1st SOUTH AFRICAN INFANTRY, DIED EGYPT 4-4-1916 WW1 Pair & Memorial plaque To- PTE.J.GALLOWAY.1st.S.A.I John Bell Galloway enlisted in to the 1st South African infantry 24-8-1915 in Potchefstroom.He died due to heart disease in Alexandria war hospital, Egypt 4-4-1916.He was 29 years of age at the time of his death and is buried in Alexandria (Hadra) war cemetery & is recorded by the C.W.G.C as the late son of James & Ann Galloway of 17 St Clair street, Glasgow & he was a native of Leslie, Fifeshire. NEF with the bilingual reverse to the victory medal & complete with copy service papers & CWGC details along with other basic research. Medals named to the recipient as J Galloway & the plaque named to John Bell Galloway as stated on his service papers & at the C.W.G.C
WW1 PAIR & T.F.W.M, 1st LONDON REGIMENT & R.A.F WW1 Pair & Territorial force war medal To- 405006.CPL.E.F.D.LARAMY.R.A.F (on the pair) &1647.PTE.E.F.D.LARAMY,1-LOND.R (on TFWM) Edward Francis Daniel Laramy was born in Bloomsbury, London & joined the 1st battalion of the London regiment in August 1913 age 34 & stated that he was a cabinet maker employed by Ingle of Tottenham Court road. He served on Malta from September 1914 to February 1915 & transferred to the RFC in October 1917.He served in France with the RFC & RAF from November 1917 to February 1919 when he was discharged with a small pension.
WW1 PAIR & T.F.W.M, 2/7th R.WARK.R, KIA F&F 19-7-1916, FORMERLY HIGHLAND CYCLIST BATTALION WW1 Pair & Territorial Force War medal To- 267233.PTE.G.GALLOWAY.R.WAR.R George Innes Galloway enlisted in to the Highland Cyclist battalion in July 1913 with service number 851.He arrived in France in May of 1916 attached to the 2/7th battalion RoyalWarwickshire.Regiment. He was sadly killed in action in France & Flanders 19-7-1916 age 22. He was born in Wemyss, Fife & enlisted in East Wemyss whilst living in Buckhaven.He has no known grave but is commemorated on the Loos memorial.The C.W.G.C state that he was the late son of James & Jessie Galloway of 50 Micheal street, Buckhaven, Fife. NEF with MIC & other basic research details including a copy photograph & service records along with details from both S.D.G.W & the C.W.G.C (All medals named to the R.WAR.R)
WW1 PAIR & TERRITORIAL FORCE WAR MEDAL, OFFICER, MIDDLESEX REGIMENT WW1 PAIR & T.F.W.M To- 2nd LIEUT / LIEUT.N.E.DE-VESIAN.MIDDX.R Norman Ellis De Vesian of the Middlesex regiment first landed in Mesopotamia 18-11-1918 & applied for his medals in 1921 giving his home address as 6 Jayton Crescent, Hamsptead, London, NW3 NEF & Complete with MIC details
WW1 PAIR WITH 31ST DIV GALLANTRY BADGE,DURHAM PALS WW1 PAIR TO, 18-952.A-CPL.J.W.MOON.DURHAM.LIGHT.INFANTRY.COMPLETE WITH THE RECIPIENTS RARE ORIGINAL 31ST DIVISION GALLANTRY BADGE & A FEW RELATED FAMILY PHOTOGRAPHS. THE RECIPIENT IS ONLY ENTITLED TO THE WW1 PAIR AND NOT A 1914-15 TRIO. AND AS SUCH DESPITE BEING ONE OF THE ORIGINAL DURHAM PALS HE DID NOT LAND WITH THE REST OF THE BATTALION IN EGYPT IN DECEMBER 1915 BUT WENT DIRECT TO FRANCE IN 1916 OR WAS POSSIBLY A LATE DRAFT TO EGYPT IN 1916? HE WAS ATTACHED TO THE 93RD LIGHT TRENCH MORTAR BATTERY IN FRANCE. COMPLETE WITH BOTH MIC & MEDAL ROLL DETAILS.
WW1 PAIR, 1/8th NOTTS & DERBY.REGT, KIA F&F 3-10-1918 WW1 Pair To- 72862.PTE.J.W.NORTH.NOTTS & DERBY.R John William North was serving with the 1/8th battalion of the Notts & Derby regiment when he was KIA F&F 3-10-1918. He was born in Stanton Hill, Notts & enlisted in Sutton-in-Ashfield,Notts.Whilst living in Mansfield, Notts.He was 37 years of age at the time of his death & is buried in the Bellicourt British Cemetery. He is recorded by the C.W.GC as the late husband of Sarah Ann North of 10, Bentinck street, Sutton-in-Ashfield, Notts GVF with the original ribbons which are on the incorrect medals but are stitched to the medals as worn by the recipients N.O.K.Complete with MIC details along with details from both SDGW & CWGC
WW1 PAIR, 10th / 11th HIGHLAND LIGHT INFANTRY (H.L.I) WW1 Pair To- 38401.PTE.H.GALLOWAY.HIGH.L.I Henry Galloway served overseas with the 10th / 11th battalion of the Highland Light Infantry (H.L.I) GVF with the ribbons reversed as worn by the recipient & complete with MIC & medal roll details
WW1 PAIR, 12th DURHAM LIGHT INFANTRY, SERVED ITALY 1917 WW1 Pair To- 100354.PTE.W.MILBURN.DURH.L.I William Milburn served with the 12th service battalion of the Durham Light infantry (D.L.I) & this battalion served in Italy from October of 1917 when both the 12th & 13th battalions of the D.L.I were sent to serve in Northern Italy with the 23rd division. The recipient is listed in the nominal roll in the back of John Sheen's book on the 12th & 13th D.L.I NEF & complete with MIC & medal roll details
WW1 PAIR, 15th DURHAM LIGHT INFANTRY WW1 Pair To- 95365.PTE.W.NELSON.DURH.L.I William Nelson served with the 15th service battalion of the Durham Light Infantry (D.L.I) & was discharged to the class Z army reserve at the wars end GVF & complete with MIC & medal roll details.
WW1 PAIR, 16th ROYAL SUSSEX REGIMENT, SUSSEX YEOMANRY BATTALION WW1 Pair To- G-20168.PTE.G.A.CHRISTIE.R.SUSS.R George.A.Christie served overseas with the 16th battalion & this battalion was the Sussex yeomanry batallion. GVF & complete with MIC & medal roll details
WW1 PAIR, 17TH H.L.I, GLASGOW PALS, KIA F&F 1-7-16, FIRST DAY OF THE SOMME WW1 Pair To- 23074.PTE.A.S.HURRIE.H.L.I Alexander Scott Hurrie was KIA F&F 1-7-1916 on the first day of the battle of the Somme. He was born & lived in Kirriemuir, Forfarshire but enlisted in Glasgow where he was working as an apprentice to Mr Charles Lowdon the clothing manufacturer. He was a member of the 17th service battalion of the Highland Light Infantry. This battalion was raised in Glasgow as a pals battalion and was raised by the local chamber of commerce. He was sadly only 18 years of age at the time of his death & is buried in the Blighty valley cemetery at Authuille Wood on the Somme. He was a L-CPL at the time of his death and is recorded by the C.W.G.C as the late son of David & Jane Hurrie of 1 Morrison Street, Kirriemuir, Forfarshire. EF with original full length silk medal ribbons along with MIC details and details from both S.D.G.W & the C.W.G.C
WW1 PAIR, 1st SCOTTISH RIFLES, KIA F&F 20-5-1917 WW1 Pair To- 40503.PTE.C.GALLOWAY.SCO.RIF Charles Galloway was born in Leeds & Enlisted in Manchester & was sadly killed in action in France & Flanders 20-2-1917 whilst serving with the 1st battalion of the Scottish Rifles / Cameronians. He was 23 years of age when he died & having no known grave is commemorated on the Arras memorial. The C.W.G.C state that he was the late son of James & Nellie Galloway of 363 Barlow road, Levenshulme, Manchester. NEF & complete with MIC details along with details from both SDGW & the C.W.G.C
WW1 PAIR, 23rd ROYAL FUSILIERS (1st SPORTSMANS BATTALION) WW1 Pair To-GS-66201.PTE.F.GALLOWAY.R.FUS The recipient served in France with the 23rd service battalion of the Royal Fusiliers from 3-6-17 to 28-3-18 The 23rd Royal fusiliers was raised in London 25-9-14 as the 1st sportsman's battalion. GVF with MIC & medal roll details
WW1 PAIR, 2nd ARGYLL & SUTHERLAND HIGHLANDERS WW1 Pair To- S-23784.PTE.W.A.McDOWALL.A&S.H William.A.McDowall first served overseas with the 2nd battalion of the Argyll & Sutherland Highlanders bur later went on to serve with both the 1/6th & 1/7th Royal Highlanders (Black Watch) with service number S-41160. GVF & complete with MIC & medal roll details
WW1 PAIR, 2nd ARGYLL & SUTHERLAND HIGHLANDERS WW1 Pair To- S-26918.PTE.T.Mc.TURNER A&S.H Thomas Mcleod Turner served with the 2nd battalion GVF/NEF & complete with MIC & medal roll details
WW1 PAIR, 2nd HAMPSHIRE REGIMENT WW1 Pair To- 38187.PTE.A.V.GALLOWAY.HAMPS.R Arthur Victor Galloway from Sparbrook, Birmingham enlisted in to the 2nd battalion of the Hampshire regiment in August 1917 at the age of 18.He arrived in France 5-9-1917 & was discharged to the class Z army reserve in 1919. GVF with copy service papers, MIC & medal roll details.
WW1 PAIR, 3rd CANADIAN INFANTRY WW1 Pair To- 405186.A.S.SJT.F.W.BAUCKHAM.3-CAN.INF Frederick William Bauckham was born in Toronto on the 7th of April 1894 & joined the C.E.F in August 1915 age 21. He served in France & Flanders from July of 1916 & returned to Canada in July 1919. NEF & Complete with a electronic copy of his 51 page service file that will be sent to the buyer via e-mail.
WW1 PAIR, 4th SEAFORTH HIGHLANDERS WW1 Pair To- 202319.PTE.R.D.GALLOWAY.SEAFORTH. Robert.D.Galloway enlisted in to the 4th battalion of the Seaforth Highlanders 9-12-1915 and was discharged with a silver war badge due to sickness 30-11-1917. VF with MIC & medal roll details
WW1 PAIR, 6th & 5th NORTHUMBERLAND FUSILIERS WW1 Pair To- 6-4758.PTE.W.P.BORTHWICK.NORTH'D.FUS William Potts Borthwick first served overseas with the 1/6th battalion but later went on to serve with the 1/4th, 1/5th,17th, 12/13th & 7th battalions of the regiment before his discharge at the wars end. VF with eks & complete with MIC & medal roll details.
WW1 PAIR, ARMY SERVICE CORPS OFFICER WW1 Pair To- 2-LIEUT.H.N.LOVE The recipient was commissioned in to the A.S.C and served in France from 5-4-18 to 13-11-1919. He did not make application for the issue of his medals until October of 1945 GVF or better & complete with MIC & medal roll details.
WW1 PAIR, BERKSHIRE YEOMANRY WW1 Pair To- 3355.PTE.A.MILLS.BERKS.YEO Alfred Mills first served overseas with the Berkshire Yeomanry & later transferred to the Machine Gun Corps with service number 165346. GVF & complete with MIC details
WW1 PAIR, DURHAM LIGHT INFANTRY WW1 Pair To- 67664.CPL.A.GALLOWAY.DURH.L.I Alfred Galloway first served overseas with the D.L.I but later transferred to the Labour corps with service number 22965. GVF with MIC details
WW1 PAIR, GUARDS MACHINE GUN REGIMENT WW1 PAIR TO, 6808.PTE.M.H.MOUNTAIN.GUARDS.MACHINE.GUN.REGIMENT.COMPLETE WITH MIC DETAILS. GVF/NEF
WW1 PAIR, MACHINE GUN CORPS (M.G.C) WOUNDED WW1 Pair To- 144230.PTE.G.R.GALLOWAY.M.G.C George.Ramsey.Galloway enlisted in the the M.G.C 29-3-1917 and was discharged with a silver war badge due to wounds 26-9-1919 age 20. GVF with MIC & medal roll details
WW1 PAIR, MIDSHIPMAN, R.N.V.R, FROM LIVERPOOL WW1 PAIR TO, MIDSHIPMAN.W.LAING.R.N.V.R. WILLIAM LAING WAS A COTTON CLERK FROM EDGE HILL, LIVERPOOL AND WAS BORN 14-6-1899. HE ENLISTED AS A OTHER RANK IN THE MERSEY DIVISION OF THE R.N.V.R 29-3-1917 AND WAS COMMISSIONED AS A TEMPORARY MIDSHIPMAN 2-10-1917.HE WAS DISCHARGED 13-1-1919 AND GAVE HIS HOME ADDRESS AS 26 CENTRAL PARK AVE, LISCARD, CHESHIRE. COMPLETE WITH COPY SERVICE PAPERS.
WW1 PAIR, NORTHUMBERLAND FUSILIERS WW1 Pair To- 366660.PTE.H.ROBINSON.NORTH'D.FUS Henry Robinson later transferred to the Labour corps with service number 680062 GVF & complete with MIC details
WW1 PAIR, NORTHUMBERLAND YEOMANRY WW1 Pair To- 2336.PTE.J.BAINBRIDGE.NORTH'D.YEO John Bainbridge served with the Northumberland Hussars Yeomanry in France & was later re-numbered with the six figure territorial force number 271057 EF & complete with MIC details
WW1 PAIR, OFFICER 7th SOMERSET LIGHT INFANTRY & INDIAN ARMY M.I.D EGYPT 1919 WW1 Pair To- 2nd LIEUT.A.L.GANNICLIFFT Albert Leslie Ganniclifft was born in Clevedon in 1894 & joined the ranks of the S.W.M.B.FA (TF) in 1912. He was commissioned in to the 7th Somerset Light Infantry in 1917 & first landed in France 21-5-1916 He was mentioned in despatches for services in Egypt in the London gazette 5-6-1919 serving with the 2/42nd Deoli regiment Indian army.He applied for his medals in 1923 & gave two possible addresses for delivery. 2/20th Burma Rifles in Burma of No-4, The Triangle, Clevedon, Somerset He is also entitled to the T.F.W.M GVF or better complete with MIC details & London gazette details
WW1 PAIR, OFFICER CANADIAN MACHINE GUN CORPS WW1 Pair To- LIEUT.O.D.FRITH Oral Dunbar Frith was born Maxville, Ontario 24-8-93 & Joined the C.E.F in Ottawa in May 1915. He first served overseas with the Canadian Engineers but was commissioned in to the Canadian Machine Gun Corps 22-11-1917.He was discharged medically unfit in 1918. GVF & Complete with a electronic copy of his 108 page service file that will be sent to the buyer via e-mail.
WW1 PAIR, ROYAL AIR FORCE (R.A.F) FROM EDINBURGH WW1 Pair To- 505602.2.AM.G.W.GALLOWAY.RAF. George William Galloway from Edinburgh enlisted in to the Royal Flying Corps in December 1916 & served overseas in France from 1917 to 1919. He transferred to the R.A.F on its formation in April 1918 & was discharged to the reserve in 1919. His service papers state that he passed away in 1920 but give no further details as to where, when or how? NEF with copy service papers
WW1 PAIR, ROYAL ARMY MEDICAL CORPS WW1 Pair To- 461357.PTE.C.R.GALLOWAY.R.A.M.C Charles.R.Galloway first served overseas with the R.A.M.C but later went on to serve with the Royal Engineers with service numbers 2120 & 612971 NEF & complete with MIC details
WW1 PAIR, YORKSHIRE REGIMENT (GREEN HOWARDS) WW1 Pair To- 29096.PTE.H.HARDY.YORK.R Harry Hardy later went on to serve with the Labour corps with service number 377063 GVF & complete with MIC details
WW1 ROYAL ARTILLERY, DCM & MSM GROUP WITH MID FOR MESOPOTAMIA GVR 1st type WW1 Distinguished Conduct Medal (DCM), 1914 Mons star & bar trio with M.I.D Oakleaves, GVR 1st type army LS&GC & GVIR 2nd type Meritorious Service Medal (M.S.M) To- 31423.SJT/BQM.SJT/WO.CL.2.P.C.OSBORNE.RFA Percy.C.Osborne first landed in France 14-10-1914 serving with the 44th brigade of the Royal Field Artillery. He was mentioned in despatches by Lieutenant General W.R.Marshall for services in Mesopotamia in the London gazette 23-8-1918 as part of a despatch dated 15-4-1918. He went on to be awarded the DCM also for services in Mesopotamia in the London Gazette 16-1-1919 with the following citation For conspicuous gallantry & devotion to duty at Terket on 5th November 1917.Although shaken by the first shell bursting under his horse, he on three occasions maneuvered the wagon line out of the shelled area, and having got them clear returned and organised the removal of the wounded. He was serving with the 19th battery of the R.F.A when he was awarded the DCM & the London gazette states he was a resident of Malden NEF/GVF & complete with MIC details along with London gazette details & other basic details.
WW1 ROYAL FLYING CORPS DCM GROUP WITH BELGIUM DECORATION MILITAIRE, NO-5.SQN.R.F.C, WOUNDED WITH THE LOSS OF HIS LEFT ARM WW1 GVR 1st type D.C.M, 1914-15 Trio, EIIR 2nd type Imperial service medal & Belgium Decoration Militaire To- 7420.2.AM / 1.A.M.C.M.REYNOLDS.R.F.C Christopher Maurice Reynolds was born at 40 Rokesmith Street, West Derby, Liverpool, in February 1898. He enlisted in the Royal Flying Corps as Air Mechanic 2nd Class in August 1915. Having been a Telegraphist with the Post Office prior to the war his R.F.C. trade became Wireless Operator. He served in the French theatre of war from 2 October 1915, and was posted for service with 5 Squadron at Abeele, close to the French/Belgium border. Reynolds advanced to Air Mechanic 1st Class in October 1916. The Squadron had several moves in France during Reynolds service, and he is recorded as having received multiple wounds on 24 June 1917, after which he was evacuated to 26 General Hospital at Etaples. He left France for the UK on the Hospital Ship Princess Elisabeth the following month. Reynolds was discharged ‘medically unfit’ in September 1918, and was awarded the Silver War Badge, with King’s Certificate. D.C.M. London Gazette 25 August 1917: ‘For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty in repeatedly repairing wireless apparatus under heavy shell fire and at great personal risk. On the last occasion he was wounded in eight places, and lost his left arm in the execution of his duty, setting a magnificent example of fearless devotion.’ One of only 92 Distinguished Conduct Medals awarded to members of the Royal Flying Corps. I.S.M. London Gazette 11 April 1958 (Assistant Superintendent, Post Office, Liverpool). Belgium, Decoration Militaire London Gazette 24 September 1917. I.S.M with post nominal letters DCM after the recipients name. Thought to be a unique combination of awards to the R.F.C. GVF or better & mounted for wear. sold with extensive research
WW1 VICTORY MEDAL, 2nd & 6th SEAFORTH HIGHLANDERS WW1 Victory medal To- 3277.PTE.J.GALLOWAY.SEAFORTH John Galloway first served overseas with the 6th battalion of the Seaforth Highlanders but later went on to serve with the 2nd battalion with the new service number 266264. GVF with the original silk medal ribbon & complete with MIC & medal roll details
WW1 VICTORY MEDAL, 2nd SOUTH WALES BORDERERS WW1 Victory Medal To- 41918.PTE.A.GALLOWAY.S.WALES.BORD. Alexander Galloway served with the 2nd battalion of the South Wales Borderers (S.W.B) and finished his war serving with a training reserve battalion with service number 23337. GVF with the original but well used medal ribbon & complete with MIC & medal roll details.
WW1 VICTORY MEDAL, 6th QUEEN\'S REGIMENT WW1 Victory medal To- G-666.SJT.G.GALLOWAY.THE.QUEEN'S.R George Galloway first landed overseas in France 27-7-1915 serving with the 6th battalion of the Queen's regiment. He transferred to the Labour corps with service number 323693 & was discharged 4-10-1917 GVF with the original silk medal ribbon, MIC details along with other research details that state the recipient was one of four brothers who served in WW1 of which three of them served with the Queen's Royal West Surrey Regiment
WW1 VICTORY MEDAL, CANADIAN PIONEER BATTALION Victory medal To- 487326.PTE.A.GALLOWAY.CAN.PNR.BN Andrew Galloway was born in Pollockshields, Glasgow 3-1-1873 & joined the Canadian engineers 6-9-1915.He was discharged in May 1917 due to ill health & injury & returned to the UK. F/VF with several edge knocks & a large scratch in the obverse field. Replacement medal ribbon & complete with copy service records
WW1 VICTORY MEDAL, NORTHUMBERLAND FUSILIERS WW1 Victory medal To- 78004.PTE.W.THIRLWELL.NORTH'D.FUS William Thirlwell first served overseas with the Northumberland fusiliers but finished his war serving with the 9th battalion of the Royal fusiliers with service number GS-79557. GVF with a short length of the original silk medal ribbon & complete with MIC & medal roll details
WW1 VICTORY MEDAL, ROYAL ENGINEERS WW1 Victory Medal To- 191911.SPR.D.GALLOWAY.RE David Galloway is entitled to the WW1 pair NEF with a short bit of the original silk medal ribbon & complete with MIC details
WW1 VICTORY MEDAL,13th YORK & LANC.R (1st BARNSLEY PALS) Victory medal To- 57504.PTE.A.E.GALLOWAY.Y&L.R Albert Edward Galloway from Middlesboro was wounded by gun shot to the chest & face 20-9-1918 whilst serving with the 13th service battalion of the York & Lancaster regiment (1st Barnsley pals) & after a spell in hospital was discharged to the class Z army reserve 2-7-1919. GVF/VF with the original silk medal ribbon & complete with MIC details & copy discharge papers.
WW1 VICTORY MEDAL,15th DURHAM LIGHT INFANTRY WW1 Victory medal To- 96370.PTE.J.HUGILL.DURH.L.I VF with minor eks & a replacement medal ribbon. Complete with MIC & medal roll details that state John Hugill served with the 15th service battalion of the DLI
WW1 VICTORY MEDAL,R.N.V.R, HOOD BTN RND, D.O.W AS A PRISONER OF WAR 1-1-1918 Victory medal To- R-1664.F.GALLOWAY.AB.R.N.V.R Fred Galloway was born in Middlesex 4-9-1885 & joined the R.N.V.R 11-6-1917.He was posted to the Hood battalion of the Royal Naval Division 11-10-1917 & was serving in France with the B.E.F when he was posted as missing on the night of the 30th / 31st of December 1917.He was captured by the Germans on this date but was badly wounded & died of his wounds in German hands 1-1-1918.He is buried in the Fontaine-Au-Pire communal cemetery at Nord, France and is recorded as the late Husband of Ada Christina Galloway of 15 Argyle Street, Coventry. NEF with the original silk medal ribbon & complete with copy RND & RNVR service papers & medal rolls along with CWGC details & a modern grave photograph.
WW2 1939-45 STAR 1939-45 STAR. UNNAMED AS ISSUED. THE PRICE IS FOR A ORIGINAL IMMEDIATE POST WAR EXAMPLE IN N.E.F OR BETTER CONDITION.WITH A FULL LENGTH OF RIBBON
WW2 1939-45 WAR MEDAL 1939-45 WAR MEDAL. UNNAMED AS ISSUED. THE PRICE IS FOR A ORIGINAL IMMEDIATE POST WAR EXAMPLE IN N.E.F OR BETTER CONDITION.WITH A FULL LENGTH OF RIBBON.
WW2 AFRICA STAR AFRICA STAR. UNNAMED AS ISSUED. THE PRICE IS FOR A ORIGINAL IMMEDIATE POST WAR EXAMPLE IN N.E.F OR BETTER CONDITION.WITH A FULL LENGTH OF RIBBON
WW2 AIRBORNE SIGNALS & FIRE SERVICE MEDAL GROUP WITH VAST ARCHIVE OF ORIGINAL DOCS & PHOTOGRAPHS 1939-45 Star, France & Germany Star, 1939-45 War Medal, GSM 1918-1962 with Palestine 1945-48 clasp, 1977 silver jubilee medal & Fire service long service medal To- 14859537.CPL.R.COBLEY.R.SIGS (GSM) & STN.OFFR.RONALD.COBLEY (Long service) Ronald Cobley from Rotherham, South Yorkshire enlisted in 1943/1944 & the GSM roll states that he served with the 6th Airborne division in Palestine from 31-10-1945 to 30-6-1948. He joined Rotherham borough fire service in 1949/1950 & was awarded his long service medal as a station officer & the award certificate for the 1977 silver jubilee medal states that he was a divisional officer grade three when he was awarded this. The group comes complete with a huge archive of original material including the recipients photograph album from his time in Palestine. This contains 155 small snap shot type photographs of the recipient on military service including several shots of parachute drops, 1 x large military photo of the signal troop, 59th British light regiment RA in Quetta February 1947, 1 x postcard size military photograph of the same unit, 15 assorted fire service course photographs of assorted sizes, issue certificate for the 1977 silver jubilee medal, 11 x assorted fire service training certificates & a newspaper cutting with regards to the recipients promotion to divisional officer which states that he served with the 144th & 6th airborne divisional signals in WW2. A truly superb & well documented group to the airborne signals GVF & complete with medal roll details for the GSM please note that the postal cost reflects the weight of the documents & photographs but i will be happy if the buyer wishes to collect the group from the shop or at a fair.
WW2 ATLANTIC STAR ATLANTIC STAR. UNNAMED AS ISSUED. THE PRICE IS FOR A ORIGINAL IMMEDIATE POST WAR EXAMPLE IN N.E.F OR BETTER CONDITION.WITH A FULL LENGTH OF RIBBON
WW2 ATLANTIC STAR & MSM GROUP.BORDER.R & KINGS.R 1939-45 STAR, ATLANTIC STAR, DEFENCE MEDAL, 1939-45 WAR MEDAL, GVIR 2ND TYPE REGULAR ARMY LS&GC & EIIR 2ND TYPE MSM TO,3594545.WO.CL.2J.E.WELCH.BORDER.R (ON THE LS&GC) & 3594545.WO.CL.2.J.E.WELCH.KINGS (ON THE MSM) MOUNTED AS WORN & A STRANGE COMBINATION OF WW2 CAMPAIGN MEDALS TO A BRITISH ARMY RECIPIENT. POSSIBLY A D.E.M.S.GUNNER? GVF
WW2 BURMA STAR BURMA STAR. UNNAMED AS ISSUED. THE PRICE IS FOR A ORIGINAL IMMEDIATE POST WAR EXAMPLE IN N.E.F OR BETTER CONDITION.WITH A FULL LENGTH OF RIBBON
WW2 DEFENCE MEDAL DEFENCE MEDAL. UNNAMED AS ISSUED. THE PRICE IS FOR A ORIGINAL IMMEDIATE POST WAR EXAMPLE IN N.E.F OR BETTER CONDITION.WITH A FULL LENGTH OF RIBBON.
WW2 DEFENCE MEDAL, CANADIAN SILVER ISSUE WW2 Defence medal in silver as issued to Canadian recipients. Unnamed as issued GVF or better
WW2 FRANCE & GERMANY STAR FRANCE & GERMANY STAR. UNNAMED AS ISSUED. THE PRICE IS FOR A ORIGINAL IMMEDIATE POST WAR EXAMPLE IN N.E.F OR BETTER CONDITION.WITH A FULL LENGTH OF RIBBON
WW2 ITALY STAR ITALY STAR. UNNAMED AS ISSUED. THE PRICE IS FOR A ORIGINAL IMMEDIATE POST WAR EXAMPLE IN N.E.F OR BETTER CONDITION.WITH A FULL LENGTH OF RIBBON.
WW2 MM GROUP, S.WALES.BORDERERS, SERVICES AS A POW GVIR 1ST TYPE MILITARY MEDAL (MM),1939-45 STAR, AFRICA STAR, DEFENCE MEDAL & 1939-45 WAR MEDAL TO, 3908926.L-CPL.A.DAVIES.SOUTH WALES.BORDERERS. THE RECIPIENT ENLISTED 20-4-1935 & SERVED WITH THE 1ST BATTALION HE WAS TAKEN PRISONER OF WAR AT TOBRUK BY THE GERMANS & THEN HANDED OVER TO THE ITALIANS. HE WAS SENT TO TARHUNA & THEN TRIPOLI. HE EMARKED FOR ITALY WITH 200 OTHER SICK & WOUNDED PRISONERS OF WAR BUT ESCAPED BY JUMPING OVERBOARD & SWIMMING ASHORE. HE LANDED AT KORBA & WAS HANDED OVER TO A FRENCH OFFICER & DETAINED AT TUNIS. HE WAS AWARDED THE MILITARY MEDAL (MM) IN THE LONDON GAZETTE 4-5-1943 FOR SERVICES WHILST A PRISONER OF WAR. HE IS THOUGHT TO BE ARTHUR GLYNDWR DAVIES WHO WAS BORN IN 1911 & DIED IN 1985 AT PONTYPRIDD GLAMORGANSHIRE. COMPLETE WITH LONDON GAZETTE DETAILS AND DETAILS FROM THE REGIMENTAL MUSEUM INCLUDING A COPY NEWSPAPER CUTTING & PHOTOGRAPH FROM THE DAILY MIRROR 1943 WHEN THE RECIPIENT WENT TO BUCKINGHAM PALACE TO BE INVESTED WITH HIS MM.SMALL OFFICIAL CORRECTION TO THE LETTERS LES OF WALES. BUT OTHERWISE GVF OR BETTER
WW2 PACIFIC STAR PACIFIC STAR. UNNAMED AS ISSUED. THE PRICE IS FOR A ORIGINAL IMMEDIATE POST WAR EXAMPLE IN N.E.F OR BETTER CONDITION.WITH A FULL LENGTH OF RIBBON
WW2 R.A.F B.E.M GROUP WITH LS&GC, DOG TAG, PHOTOS & ISSUE BOX WW2 Military B.E.M, Defence medal, 1939-45 War medal & GVIR 1st type R.A.F LS&GC To- 347147.FLT.SGT.GEORGE.M.SELLERS.R.A.F. The recipient was awarded his B.E.M in the London gazette 1-1-1942. Complete with the original card box of issue for the B.E.M, the recipients original green fibre dog tag & two original photos of the recipient. NEF/GVF & complete with London gazette details
WW2 RASC OFFICERS GROUP WITH GSM MALAYA & LS&GC, M.I.D N.W.EUROPE 1945 1939-45 Star, France & Germany Star, Defence Medal, 1939-45 War Medal with M.I.D Oakleaf, GVIR 2nd type GSM 1918-1962 with Malaya clasp & GVIR 1st type Regular Army LS&GC To- LIEUT.A.J.F.COBB.R.A.S.C (On the GSM) & S-52548.WO.CL.1.A.J.F.COBB.RASC (LS&GC) Albert John Frederick Cobb was mentioned in despatches for services in North West Europe in the London gazette 10-5-1945 & was commissioned in to his own unit 26-7-1951 NEF & mounted as worn. Complete with a large photograph of the recipient in uniform along with another smaller photograph & the recipients commission scroll & MID notification
WW2 TERRITORIAL GROUP WITH M.I.D SQM.SJT.DERBY YEO 1939-45 STAR, AFRICA STAR, ITALY STAR, DEFENCE MEDAL, 1939-45 WAR MEDAL WITH M.I.D OAKLEAF & GVIR 1ST TYPE TERRITORIAL EFFICIENCY MEDAL TO,7897472.S.Q.M.S.A.URIE.DERBY.YEOMANRY.THE RECIPIENT WAS M.I.D IN THE LONDON GAZETTE 22-2-1945 WHILST SERVING WITH THE ROYAL ARMOURED CORPS. THE M.I.D WAS FOR SERVICES IN THE MEDITERANEAN THEATRE & WAS A DOWN GRADED B.E.M FOR SERVICES IN PSYCHOLOGICAL WARFARE. THE CITATION IS MARKED SECRET & STATES, PSYCHOLOGICAL WARFARE BRANCH (R.A.C) This senior N.C.O Has filled the responsible post of S.Q.M.S. For four years having been S.Q.M.S at the P.W.B training school & depot since October 1943. Throughout his long service in the rank he has given a notable example of conscientious care of the property entrusted to his charge, including occassions where proper security measures were difficult to ensure.His devotion to duty & high sense of responsibility have given a fine example to the staff under his immediate direction, as also to the men of his unit as a whole.He has shown himself in every way an outstanding type of Quartermaster N.C.O.He is recommended for the award of the B.E.M. HOWEVER THIS WAS DOWNGRADED TO THE AWARD OF A M.I.D. A NICE GROUP TO A SENIOR N.C.O IN A SMALL & RARE UNIT. COMPLETE WITH LONDON GAZETTE DETAILS. NEF / GVF