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BRITISH WAR AND VICTORY MEDALS-LT COL KENNETH HARVEY PRESTON-15 SIKHS COMMANDED 1ST MYSORE INFANTRY 1942-CAPTURED AT SINGAPORE-MENTIONED IN DESPATCHES
British War and Victory Medals, named to: CAPT K PRESTON.
M.I.C. states: I.A.R.O. see K.H.Preston
K.H.Preston-served with 15th Sikhs-issued by Govt of India-also entitled to Star-arrived in Egypt 28/09/1915.Later served with 45 Sikhs.Kenneth Harvey Preston was born in 1891.
Also served Afghanistan and Mohmand,and later served with the A.F.I.and the I.S.F.
In WW2 he was part of the 9th Infantry Division,sent to Malaya, and commanded the 1st Mysore Infantry (Indian States Forces) 8th Infantry Brigade-later amalgamated with the 11th Infantry Division.The 11th Indian Division surrendered to the Japanese at Singapore,15th February 1942.
Comes with copied M.I.C's.London Gazettes,Japanese Prisoner of War record which shows that he suffered a Hernia,and contacted Beri-Beri,and spent one Month in Hospital.He was mentioned in despatches 19/12/1946.
Medals about good very fine, on original stitched ribbons

Code: 51986Price: 225.00 GBP


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BRITISH WAR AND VICTORY MEDALS-TO OAKE ROYAL ENGINEERS-LATER ART MASTER AT KINGS LYNN GRAMMAR SCHOOL-KNOWN ARTIST,DESIGNER AND SCULPTOR
British War and Victory Medals,named to:
171913 CPL H W OAKE R E
Medals about extremely fine,sold with three fine photos of Oake,tro in uniform,and a newspaper,the Lynn New and County Press,dated December 8th 1931-The front page reporting on a visit from Prince Henry to unveil a memorial to Sir William John Lancaster-a Benefactor of the School.The Bronze Memorial Plaque was designed and sculpted by Oake,who was the Art Master at the Grammar School.The newspaper report goes on to describe in great detail the Bronze Plaque
Herbert Walter Oake(1881-1939) was born in Bedington,Cheshire in 1881,and Educated at Edinburgh College of Art.He served as a despatch rider during the Great War,completing a number of war scenes.His art became particularly popular Scotland post-war,and was displayed a number of times at the Royal Scottish Academy,1922-31 and once at the Royal Academy.As Art master at King Edward's Grammar School, King's Lynn,He designed the Memorial to Sir William Lancaster, donor of the School.
interesting lot-worthy of further research

Code: 51985Price:


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1914/15 STAR TRIO TO ROBERTS ROYAL WELSH FUSILIERS
1914/15 Star,British War and Victory Medals, named to:
20904 PTE W ROBERTS R W FUS.
Medals about good very fine,on original full-length original silk ribbons.
This group is abit of a conundrum, as no M.I.C. exists, but the M.I.C. for 20914 W Roberts ,has a note at the top referring to 20904 "Not sent with Roberts W 20904" ? or "indent with"-this is very hard to read, but it would appear that they are one and the same person.
No reference to the British War and Victory Medals,on the Medal rolls, but he is on the Medal roll for 1914/15 Star,when he was attached to the Royal Engineers
20914 Pte. William Roberts 10th Battalion Royal Welsh Fusiliers was killed in action on 16th June,1917.He was born in Caerhun,and enlisted in Conway.He is commemorated on the Arras Memorial.




Code: 51941Price: 145.00 GBP


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1914 STAR-BRITISH WAR MEDAL-TO BAYLISS 2ND NORTHAMPTON REGIMENT-A MUSICIAN
1914 Star,Named To: 5534 PTE H W BAYLISS 2/NORTH'N R
British War Medal, named to: 5534 PTE H W BAYLISS NORTH'N R.
Medals about very fine or better.
Walter Henry Bayliss was born in Kensington, London and attested for the Northampton Regiment on the 12th August 1898.He served as a musician/Bandsman played the Bassoon? and Violin.He served as a Stretcher Bearer in France.He was discharged in February 1916.
Full set of papers online.

Code: 51937Price:


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TWO RELATED BRITISH RED CROSS AND ORDER OF ST JOHN 1914/15 STAR TRIO'S
Two related 1914/15 Star trio's both named to:
A.E.COOPER B.R.C.& ST.J.J.
Average condition about good very fine, on a mixture of replacement and new ribbons.
A Medal index card shows Arthur Edward Cooper,British Red Cross Chauffeur as entitled to 1914/15 Star trio-he arrived in France on 20/12/1914,and claimed the 1914 Star,this however was refused, and a 1914/15 Star issued.
The British Red Cross Medal Rolls show Arthur Edward Cooper on the Red Cross and St John Ambulance unit as Chauffeur and is on the rolls for the 1914 Star,(inelligible)1914/15 Star and Bwm/Victory Medals.
Medal rolls for British War Medal and Victory Medal also show an Arthur Ernest Cooper who arrived in France 11/04/1915.This man is not shown on the Medal roll for the 1914/15 Star, but undoubtedly entitled.
An intriguing pair, worthy of further research.

Code: 51896Price: 220.00 GBP


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1914/15 STAR TRIO TO ABBS NORFOLK REGIMENT
1914/15 Star trio,named to: 12792 PTE J ABBS NORF R.
Medals about good very fine.
Arrived in France on 13/05/1915.
M.I.C shows further service with the Essex Regiment

Code: 51854Price: 80.00 GBP


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1914 STAR TRIO-NICHOLS 1/WEST YORKS REGIMENT
1914 Star trio, named to: 6307 PTE G NICHOLS 1/W.YORK:R.
Medals about good very fine, star has been gilded.
Arrived in France 20/09/1914
Also entitled to a Silver War Badge
Later service with the Labour Corps
Comes with copied M.I.C.

Code: 51744Price: 140.00 GBP


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1914/15 STAR TRIO-IVES SUFFOLK REGIMENT-LATER SERVED WITH THE MACHINE GUN CORPS
1914/15 Star trio,named to: 9418 PTE W. IVES. SUFF. R
Medals about very fine and better,on short pieces of original ribbon.
Arrived in France on 30/05/1915.
Medal index card shows service with the Machine Gun Corps.
Copy M.I.C supplied with group

Code: 51725Price: 80.00 GBP


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1914/15 STAR TRIO-TO HALL LEICESTERSHIRE REGIMENT
1914/15 Star Trio,named to: 2513 PTE R HALL LEIC R.
Medals about good very fine,star slightly stained.

Code: 51698Price: 85.00 GBP


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1914/15 STAR TRIO-TO LARKMAN-SERVED WITH COUNTY OF LONDON BATTERY-TF-ROYAL FIELD ARTILLERY
1914/15 Star trio,named to: 1446 GNR F C LARKMAN R.F.A.(R.A.on pair)
Medals extremely fine,on full length original ribbons.
M.I.C. shows also served as 930534 ( County of London Howitzer Batteries)
Arrived in France on 04/10/1915

Code: 51686Price: 80.00 GBP

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