QUEENS SOUTH AFRICA MEDAL 35TH COY IMP YEOMANRY (MIDDLESEX)
Queens South Africa Medal,clasps: CAPE COLONY/ORANGE FREE STATE/TRANSVAAL/SOUTH AFRICA 1901.
Named to: 23982 PTE G TAYLOR 35TH COY IMP YEO.
Medal about good very fine.
George Taylor was born in St Pancras, London and attested for the Imperial Yeomanry in 1901.
Clasps confirmed on roll.
INDIA GENERAL SERVICE MEDAL-CLASP JOWAKI-ELLIS 4TH RIFLE BRIGADE
India General Service Medal,clasp: JOWAKI 1877-78.
Named to: 2081 PTE.WILLM ELLIS 4 BN.RIFLE BDE.
Medal extremely fine, with dark glossy tone.
Confirmed on roll,also entitled to Afghanistan Medal, clasp ALI MUSJID read more
INDIAN GENERAL SERVICE MEDAL-CLASP BURMA 1887-89 TO HARDCASTLE 2ND BTN LEICESTER REGIMENT
Indian General Service Medal,clasp: BURMA 1887-89 Named to: 1869 LCE.CORPL. G HARDCASTLE 2ND BN LEIC R.
Medal about nearly very fine,calsp tightened,file marks on edge of Medal,between "D" of 2nd and B of Btn, looks like an edge bruise,until viewed with a glass. read more
INDIAN GENERAL SERVICE MEDAL-CLASP HAZARA 1891-TO JORDAN-NO 9 MOUNTAIN BATTERY ROYAL ARTILLERY-DIED IN SOUTH AFRICA 1901-SERVING WITH THE 84TH BATTERY ROYAL FIELD ARTILLERY
Indian General Service Medal,clasp: HAZARA 1891
Named to: 67501 GUNNER F.W. JORDAN.NO9 MN.BY.R.A.
May have been corrected on "JORDAN" but this looks to have been done officially, and is not very evident.
Medal about good very fine,on original frayed ribbon and pin.
Frederick William Jordan was born at Crowfield, Ipswich,and attested for the Royal Artillery at Great Y... read more
PUNJAB MEDAL-CLASPS GOOJERAT-CHILIANWALA-TO C HARRIS 3RD LIGHT DRAGOONS-DIED 29/12/1850-
Punjab Medal-Clasps: GOOJERAT/CHILIANWALA.
Named to: C.HARRIS,3RD LIGHT DRAGOONS.
Medal is good very fine, but a few marks on obverse rim-does not detract.
Charles Harris Died 29/12/1850. read more
QUEENS SOUTH AFRICA MEDAL-KINGS ROYAL RIFLE CORPS-SMITH DIED OF DISEASE
Queens South Africa Medal(clear ghost dates) clasps: CAPE COLONY/TUGELA HEIGHTS/RELIEF OF LADYSMITH.
Named to:PTE.R.W.SMITH K.R.R.C.
Died of disease at Maritzburg.
Smith is on the published roll as being entitled to: CAPE COLONY/ORANGE FREE STATE/LAING'S NECK and SOUTH AFRICA 1901.
Medal is good extremely fine,e/nick,toned and clasps look to be as issued.