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PUNJAB MEDAL TO G BURTON 9TH LANCERS

PUNJAB MEDAL TO G BURTON 9TH LANCERS

Punjab Medal, clasps: GOOJERAT/CHILIANWALA.
Named to: G.BURTON.9TH LANCERS.
Contact wear from Punniar Star, otherwise better than fine,pin possibly replaced

Code: 52487

695.00 GBP


INDIA GENERAL SERVICE MEDAL-CLASP HAZARA 1888-TO PRYKE-SUFFOLK REGIMENT

INDIA GENERAL SERVICE MEDAL-CLASP HAZARA 1888-TO PRYKE-SUFFOLK REGIMENT

India General Service Medal (1854) clasp:
HAZARA 1888.Named to:
792 PTE.H.PRYKE. 1ST.BN., SUFF R.
Medal good very fine or better.
Confirmed on roll.

Code: 52483

SOLD


QUEENS SUDAN MEDAL-TO MOSES GEORGE-1/ROYAL WARWICK REGT

QUEENS SUDAN MEDAL-TO MOSES GEORGE-1/ROYAL WARWICK REGT

Queens Sudan Medal, named to: 4101 PTE.M.GEORGE 1/R.WAR.R.
Medal about very fine, one small e/bruise.
Moses George was born on 1875 at Stratford-On Avon.
He attested for the Royal Warwickshire Regiment on 1st November, 1893.
He served in Egypt, India and at Home.
He was discharged in 1905 having served 12 years.
Papers available online, which show entitlement to the Queens Sudan Medal, and the Khedives Sudan Medal, clasps for The Atbara and Khartoum.

Code: 52469

365.00 GBP


CRIMEA MEDAL-DISC ONLY

CRIMEA MEDAL-DISC ONLY

Crimea Medal-disc only.
Disc about extremely fine and toned.

Code: 52466

85.00 GBP


SECOND CHINA WAR MEDAL

SECOND CHINA WAR MEDAL

Second China War Medal-disc only, with part of suspension. Unnamed, as issued to the Royal Navy.
About good very fine, with a few obverse edge marks, which may indicate it has been removed from a ring brooch.

Code: 52467

Reserved


QUEENS SOUTH AFRICA MEDAL-TO VEITCH-BLACK WATCH

QUEENS SOUTH AFRICA MEDAL-TO VEITCH-BLACK WATCH

Queens South Africa Medal (2nd type reverse,with ghost dates) clasps: CAPE COLONY/WITTEBERGEN
Named to: 7065 PTE.N.VEITCH 2nd RL:HIGHLDRS.
Medal about extremely fine.
Medal and clasps confirmed on roll.
Nathaniel Veitch was born at Dundee, and attested for the Royal Highlanders on 4th October, 1898.He was serving with the Militia Btn., when he enlisted.
He was posted to the 2nd Battalion Royal Highlanders,and served overseas in South Africa for 2 years and 192 days between 3rd April,1900 to 11 October,1902.He took his final discharge from the Army on 3rd October 1912, having served 3 years with the colours, and 9 years in the Army Reserve.
Sold with copied medal rolls. etc and further research-his papers are available online.

Code: 52421

165.00 GBP


QUEENS SOUTH AFRICA MEDAL-TO TURNER 44TH COMPANY(SUFFOLK) IMPERIAL YEOMANRY-DIED AT KROONSTAD-15TH JUNE 1901

QUEENS SOUTH AFRICA MEDAL-TO TURNER 44TH COMPANY(SUFFOLK) IMPERIAL YEOMANRY-DIED AT KROONSTAD-15TH JUNE 1901

Queens Spouth Africa Medal (3rd type) clasps:
ORANGE FREE STATE/TRANSVAAL.
Named to: 21394 TPR.C.W.TURNER 44TH CO.IMP YEO.
Medal about good very fine, on full length piece od original ribbon.
Died of Enteric at Kroonstad 15th June, 1901.
Charles William Turner was born at St Mary's Chester, in 1871 and attested for the Imperial Yeomanry at Chester on 31st January 1901 aged 30 years.His trade was given as a Merchant Seaman.
Papers state that he died of Enteric on 15/06/1901.
Clasps confirmed on papers, which also show entitlement to the SA1901 clasp.
Sold with copied papers

Code: 52416

SOLD


QUEENS SOUTH AFRICA MEDAL-RENAMED TO: PTE.J.HOLLAND.SOUTH LANCS REGT

QUEENS SOUTH AFRICA MEDAL-RENAMED TO: PTE.J.HOLLAND.SOUTH LANCS REGT

Quenns South Africa Medal,(3rd type reverse)
clasp: TRANSVAAL.
Renamed to: 3569 PTE.J.HOLLAND SOUTH LANCS REGT
Medal about good fine.
Entitled to a single clasp NATAL.(Invalided to England)
Papers available online-court martialled and imprisoned 3-times-a likely candidate for selling/pawning his original medal!

Code: 52413

SOLD


INDIA GENERAL SERVICE MEDAL-CLASP BHOOTAN-TO HOPKINS 80TH REGT-ALSO SERVED INDIAN MUTINY AND RECEIVED A LONG SERVICE MEDAL

INDIA GENERAL SERVICE MEDAL-CLASP BHOOTAN-TO HOPKINS 80TH REGT-ALSO SERVED INDIAN MUTINY AND RECEIVED A LONG SERVICE MEDAL

India General Service Medal, clasp: BHIOOTAN,named to:
3163 G.HOPKINS H.M's 80TH REGT.(impressed naming)
Medal about good very fine,with a little contact wear.
John Hopkins was born in Balintuber,Castlebar,Mayo in 1834.
He atteasted for the 80th Regt in 1853.He was discharged in 1874, having completed 21 years service.He is also entitled the Indian Mutiny Medal, and a Long Service and Good Conduct Medal.
Full set of discharge papaers available online.

Code: 52314

360.00 GBP


INDIA GENERAL SERVICE MEDAL-BURMA 1885-87 AND BURMA 187-89-TO LIEUT-GEORGE CHRISTOPHER McDOWELL BIRDWOOD- BOMBAY LANCERS-LATER LIEUTENANT COLONEL C.B.E.

INDIA GENERAL SERVICE MEDAL-BURMA 1885-87 AND BURMA 187-89-TO LIEUT-GEORGE CHRISTOPHER McDOWELL BIRDWOOD- BOMBAY LANCERS-LATER LIEUTENANT COLONEL C.B.E.

India General Service Medal (1854) calsps: BURMA 1885-87 and
BURMA 1887-89.Named to: LIEUT G.C. Mc D BIRDWOOD.1ST BOMBAY LCRS.
Medal about good very fine, and cleaned at some time.Born 28th March,1863 at Malligaum,Bombay, India.
Commissioned Lieut,North Staffordshire Regiment,9th September 1882,then Staff Corps and st Bombay Lancers,Squadron Officer and Adjutant.1st October 1886,Captain 9th September 1893;Major 10th July 1901.Superintendant of Remount Depot, Hosur.Lieutentant Colonel 31 May 1907.From indian Army Services:
Lt Colonel G.C. M'D Birdwood served with the Burmese Expedition in 1885-89 (Medal with two clasps).Served in the campaign on the North West Frontier of India under Sir William Lockhart in 1898 with the Tirah Expeditiony Force as orderley Officer 2nd Division (Mentioned in despatches,Medal with 2 clasps).
He was appointed as a Commander of the British Empire,(London Gazette 03 June 1919-Birdwood George Christopher Mc Dowall,Remount Service).An online forum mentions that he was still district remount Ofiicer for Surrey in 1924.Died Wells, Somerset in 1944.
Sold with copied London Gazettes,Harts entries etc.
For related miniature see item 52313

Code: 52312

485.00 GBP