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For our 15 year Anniversary NEARLY ALL ITEMS - PRICE ADJUSTED .....WORTH A LOOK........ NEW ITEMS - FOR ALL THESE NEW ITEMS CLICK ON ABOVE SECTIONS - The possibly UNIQUE Malaya M.B.E. General Service Medal group to Captain Angus Leslie Campbell, Royal Scots;
Crimea 4 bars Alma, Balaklava, Inkermann, Sebastopol. GR & DR. 11th BTN. RL ARTY. Officially Impressed (No. 3 Co., 11th Btn., ‘F’ Bty., Royal Artillery);
Crimea two bars Balaklava & Sebastopol, GR & DR 11th BTN RL ARTY. Officially Impressed (‘W’ Bty., 11th Btn., Royal Artillery (Medal) bars Balaklava & Sebastopol with No.1 Coy., 11th Btn. R.A.); India General Service 1854-95 two bars Burma 1885-7, Hazara 1888. 29642 SERGT. No. 3 BY. 1ST BDE. S.I. DIV. R.A. (South Irish Division, Royal Artillery) 20 combinations of these bars to unit; Edw. VII Africa General Service 1902-56, 3 bars Aro 1901-02, N. Nigeria 1903, N. Nigeria 1904. PTE. LAGOS BN. W.A.F.F.;
G.S.M./C.S.M.'s including Sub. Lieut.'s Borneo;
A rare early Northern Ireland Operational British Empire Medal (Military) to Sergeant Michael John Stretton, Royal Corps of Signals who served in Northern Ireland from the start of the emergency in 1969 until 1972.
The period 1970-1971 saw the height of sectarian violence & introduction of Internment, where Sgt. Stretton the personal Radio Operator of the Deputy Brigade Commander, who in this role spent long periods in the streets of Belfast, found himself caught in the middle of riots in Belfast with his Land Rover 'Stoned' on several occasions. In 1971 his detachment were responsible for the controversial Internment Operation secure radio net 'Operation Demetrius';
An early Boer War casualty to the Rifle Brigade at VAAL KRANTZ on the evening of 5-6 February 1900 during the 3rd Relief of Ladysmith(SOLD);
India General Service 1854-95 (bronze) one bar Burma 1887-89. Bhisti, 1st BN. RIF. BRIG. Very unusual bronze I.G.S. named to British Regt.;
India General Service 1854-95 one bar PERSIA GUNNER ARTILLERY;
1914 (Mons) Star 6028 PTE. C.GDS. Prisoner of War 14th Sept. 1914 Bruges, The BATTLE OF THE AISNE (CERNY). The 1st Cold. Gds., 1914 (Mons) Star with ORIGINAL bar 2/R. BERKS: R. British War & Victory Medals R. BERKS. R. M.I.C. shows S.W.B. roll 'Wounds' discharge 21.3.1918; British War & Victory Medals, NORF. R. Memorial Plaque KILLED IN ACTION 1st Btn. HERTFORDSHIRE Regt. 1.11.1917;
British War & Victory Medals A.B., R.N.V.R. Served with ANSON Btn. Royal Naval Division then HAWKE BTN., R.N.D. 10.10.1916 when WOUNDED 10.3.1917 foot & shoulder;
FOUR x R.A.F., W.W.1. pairs;
2 x B.W.M.'s R.N.A.S. (worth looking for village/town/name/rank collectors);
British War & Victory Medals Pte. R.A.F. learnt to fly as Pilot - Flight Cadet/2.Lieut. 1918, injured in aero accident 11.8.1918 on Caudron No. 3050 at 212 T.D.S. Netheravon, Wilts.;
British War Medal A.M.2 R.N.A.S. Boy 2nd Class, in R.N. 7.12.1902 served H.M.S. Impregnable, Lion, Agincourt, Repulse, Jupiter, Roxburgh, Donegal, Leander, Victorious & Formidable & in that time “Run” 2.9.1906, 4.6.1907 both from H.M.S. Roxburgh, noted as DESERTED 7.6.1907;
St. Jean d’Acre 1840, silver, for that OFFICERS Naval General Service Medal bar Syria (SOLD); EIIR M.B.E., W.W.2's, E.II.R. G.S.M. bars Near East & Arabian Peninsula Flt. Lieut./Sqd. Ldr.;
A really early 'Old' - "OLD CONTEMPTIBLE" having learn't to fly in 1913 (R.N.A.S. Shipwright) 1914 'Mons' group, 1915 Gallipoli M.I.D. claiming his Officer NAMED L.S.G.C. IN 1949 under new ruling for Officers to claim retrospectively for O/R service, recommended for A.F.C. 1918; W.W.1./W.W.2. with M.I.D. group Lieut. Gordons & Group Capt. R.A.F.;
Sutlej Medal 1845-46 K.I.A. Ferozeshuhur 1845 29th REGT. (Worcester Regiment);
Queen's Sudan 1896 (Camerons);
B.E.M. Malaya Service group of 7 (R.A.F.);
Boy Mech., R.N. later Sjt. R.A.F., with Geo. V. L.S.G.C.;
The scarce I.G.S. 1854 with two bars, one of approx 47 to the whole British Army THIS COMBO; I.G.S. Rifle Brigade;
W.W.1. M.S.M. group R. Highlanders;
Belgian Croix de Guerre group Royal Scots;
Korea casualty pair;
M.M. group Warwick Regt.;
in Misc. section - boxes - M.B.E., T.D. etc, M.G.S., A of India bars & carriages;
a Seaforth Highlanders Afghan pair, K.I.A. Kandahar mentioned in Roberts Despatch as “A GRAND SPECIMEN OF A HIGHLAND SOLDIER”;
1885 Suakin Egypt Medal to a Carpenter, an employee of Messrs. Lucas & Aird;
M.B.E., M.S.M. group for India, Somerset L.I.;
Army L.S. & G.C. Sergt. 28th Regt. officially dated 15th May 1857;
C.B. group to Brigadier General R.D. Petrie with ORIGINAL CERTIFICATES for C.B., Italy, Order of St. Maurice and St. Lazarus, Commission (Lieut., 1881);
Officer's Waterloo (SOLD);
TWO W.W.1., M.M. & bar groups with citations;
The impressive & unique (Zulu 1879, Afghan) Egypt (1 of 7), W.W.1. group of awards to Colonel Sir Wyndham Murray, K.C.B., O of St. J. of J. who visited his Regiment the Gloucester Regiment at Festubert aged 72 ! while serving in W.W.1. as a King's Messenger & later with the O of St. J of J. late 61st Foot etc....;
Avon & Somerset Police group;
Q.S.A.'s TWO wounded Glouc. Regt.;
S. Staffs. Regt.;
G.S.M. Malaya, Efficiency Medal with Second & Third Award Bars group;
Gloucestershire Regiment flag (6' x 3') with Cap Badge centre;
W.W.1/W.W.2. Gren. Gds. & Geo. V. R.A.F. Long Service & Good Conduct Medal group; Important British Diplomat Group of 4 to High Commissioner Sir Charles Roy Price K.C.M.G. (1950) C.M.G. (1942) late Royal Garrison Artillery. High Commissioner for the U.K. in SOUTH AFRICA, AUSTRALIA & NEW ZEALAND.
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