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SOLD/3122. British War & Victory Medals. J.35580 F. BARNES, A.B. R.N. Royal Fleet Reserve L.S.G.C. J.35580 (PO B. 1. 6708) F. BARNES, A.B. R.F.R. Frederick Barnes born 6.10.1897 Westminster, London, Served W.W.1. on H.M.S. Powerful, Impregnable, Valiant (when at Jutland) Cygnet, Lord Clive & after W.W.1. Briton, Hecla, Blenheim, Diligence, Dolphin, Vulcan (submarine R4) to 1927 & then joins the R.F.R. L.S.G.C. 13.1.1931. Copy Service Papers, Medal Roll, details of W.W.1. ships including Valiant at Jutland, & R4 Submarine (“The Slug”) serving from 1924 to 1927. W.W.1.'s polished, L.S.G.C., V.F. SOLD

SOLD/3022. British War & Victory Medals 2.LIEUT. J.M. ADAMS. 1939-45 & Italy Stars, Defence & War Medal with M.I.D. oak leaf. M.I.C. James Mitchell Adams (pair) shows 2.Lieut., 8/10 Gordon Hdrs. & Flying Off. R.F.C., & R.A.F. Theatre of War '1' entry 26.8.1917. M.I.D. Lon. Gaz. 8.6.1944 Group Captain J.M. Adams. Born 4.7.1894 Wing Commander 1.3.1940, Retired 4.7.1949 Group Capt. Mounted as worn but includes miniatures to confirm W.W.2. entitlement. M.I.D. presumed for Italy. Light contact on 1st two otherwise E.F. SOLD

Private A.T. Barry, Somerset Light Infantry, later Middlesex Regiment.
SOLD/2904. British War Medal to 9441 PTE. A.T. BARRY, SOM. L.I. India General Service Medal 1908, Geo V, one bar Afghanistan N.W.F. 1919. 9441 PTE. A. BARRY, 2/SOM. LT. INFY. Defence Medal and War Medal 39-45, Efficiency Medal, Geo VI, bar Territorial 5662183 PTE. A.T. BARRY, MIDD'X R. Pte. Arthur Thomas Barry. Copy M.I.C. (B.W.M. & I.G.S. only) Collectors notes :- believed joined T.A. 1933, E.M. (T) issued Dec. 1942. listed in Army Order Aug. 1946. First two very fine polished, others E.F. SOLD

SOLD/3112. British War & Victory Medals & Mention in Despatches (modern). 8990A.  A. WOOD. SMN. R.N.R.
A8990 Alfred Wood, born Islington, London 13.5.1878 address Station Rd., Woolwich. Joined R.N.R. 10.5.1916 served on H.M.S. 'Idaho' & 'Gunner' when Mentioned in Despatches for services in Mine Clearance Force 1.1.1919-30.6.1919. London Gazette 17.10.1919. Copy Service papers, Medal Roll (pair), M.I.D. official & Lon. Gaz. N.E.F. SOLD


SOLD/3111. 1914-15 Star 307467 G.W. HALLSEY, PTR.1. R.N. British War & Victory Medals 307467 G.W. HALLSEY, PTR.1. R.N. George William Hallsey born Gravesend, Kent 28.9.1879. Joined R.N. as Sto.2 class 14.9.1904 served on H.M.S. Acheron, Venerable, Blenheim, Sappho, Brilliant, Boadicia, Crescent, Powerful, Torch & in W.W.1. on Cornwallis in the Dardanelles Gallipoli Campaign (on board when sunk by U.32 9.1.1917) , Duncan, Marshal Ney (on board when engaged against German destroyers raiding Ramsgate April 1917). Died 27.8.1952. Copy Service Papers, Medal Roll & 4 ship details & pictures. E.F. SOLD

SOLD/3064. British War Medal & Victory Medals GS-77847 PTE. E.J. ELLIOTT, R. FUS. Edward John Elliott from Belvedere, Kent. Killed in Action 28.9.1918 Novelles. Edward John Elliott, 17th Royal Fusiliers, son of Mr. & Mrs. of Prices Cottages, Crabtree, Manorway, Belvedere, Kent. Copy M.I.C. (pair) C.W.G.C. Flesquieres Hill Cemetery,  Soldiers Died, Medal Roll, Graves Report Form, War Diary 1-30.9.1918 (9 pages) 3 pages on attack at Novelles 28.9.1918. 'F' of Fus. partly obscured on B.W.M. only (see picture) otherwise G.V.F. SOLD

SOLD/2802. 1914 (Mons) Star & slip on bar 43241 DVR. W. BUTT, R.F.A. British War & Victory Medals with M.I.D. oakleaf. 43241 SJT. W. BUTT, R.A. Russian Medal of Zeal. (small ring & gilt wire suspension) Unnamed. Copy M.I.C. Burgess Cottages, Lee, Nr. Romsey, Hants. Lon. Gaz. 4.1.1917 (M.I.D.) Bombardier. Medals came together from the family, Russian not confirmed. V.F. £265-£200
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SOLD/3109. 1914-15 Star 423 W.T.S., A.F. GROVER, W.T.O., R.N.R. British War & Victory Medals WT. TEL. A.F. GROVER, R.N.R. Alfred Frank Grover born Folkestone, Kent 29.12.1887. Enlisted 5.8.1914 served in W.W.1. on R.M.S. 'Laconia', H.M.S. 'Hyacinth' & 'Himalaya'. Commissioned Warrant Telegraph Officer, demobbed 15.9.1919. R.M.S. Laconia in W.W.1. was converted to an Armed Merchant Cruiser, served in the South Atlantic & Indian Ocean till April 1915 when then in ops. to capture Tanga & the Colony of German East Africa. Handed back to Cunard July 1916; 'Hyacinth' & 'Himalaya' also served on the East Africa Stations & covering South Atlantic convoys. Copy of his 2 sets of Service Papers, Medal Roll, all ship details & pictures. Mounted as worn V.F.  £150-£100 SOLD