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ARMY LONG SERVICE AND GOOD CONDUCT MEDAL-TO COLLINS ROYAL ARTILLERY

ARMY LONG SERVICE AND GOOD CONDUCT MEDAL-TO COLLINS ROYAL ARTILLERY

Army Long Service and Good Conduct Medal, clasp: REGULAR ARMY.
Named to: 1053003 B.Q.M.SJT W.A. COLLINS R.A.
Medal extremely fine.
William Arthur Collins was born in 1903 in Ipswich. He attested for the Royal Artillery in 1921.

Code: 52547

SOLD


ARMY LONG SERVICE AND GOOD CONDUCT MEDAL (VICTORIA)-TO RICHARDSON-NORFOLK REGT-SERVED AS A DRUMMER AND MUSICIAN

ARMY LONG SERVICE AND GOOD CONDUCT MEDAL (VICTORIA)-TO RICHARDSON-NORFOLK REGT-SERVED AS A DRUMMER AND MUSICIAN

Army Long Service and Good Conduct Medal (Victoria small letter reverse) Named to: 2375 CORPL.A.RICHARDSON NORF R.(engraved naming)
Medal very fine or better, and toned.
Alfred Richardson was born in Croydon, Surrey around 1863.
He enlisted in the 31st Infantry Brigade at Hertford on 17th September,1878 giving his age as 14years 11 months. Joining the 1st Battalion 9th Foot. as a Private, he was appointed drummer 1st August, 1880. He reverted to Private on 30th September 1882 and was appointed Bandsman on 27th February 1882.He served in Gibraltar,and was then re-engaged as a musician to complete 21 years on 4th January 1889.He was discharged on 16th September,1899 having completed 21 years service.
On the 1901 census he is shown as living at 145, Churchill Road, Norwich.
He died in Sprowston, Norwich in 1951.
Comes with an absolute "wad" of copied service papers, census returns, etc,

Code: 52515

Reserved


ARMY LONG SERVICE AND GOOD CONDUCT MEDAL (VICTORIA) TO WOODS NORFOLK REGIMENT

ARMY LONG SERVICE AND GOOD CONDUCT MEDAL (VICTORIA) TO WOODS NORFOLK REGIMENT

Army Long Service and Good Conduct Medal (Victoria small letter reverse). Named to:
2388 PTE.C.W.WOODS NORF R.(Engraved naming)
Medal about good very fine.
Chales Woods was born on 4th August 1860 in North Tuddenham, Norfolk. He attested for the 31st Brigade on 22nd August 1877 in Great Yarmouth, and described as a Farm Labourer. He was off to India on the 21st September 1878 with the 2nd Battalion 9th Foot and qualified for the Afghanistan Medal, with clasp for Kabul. He was given the Regimental no of 2388 after the 9th Foot evolved into the Norfolk Regiment. He returned home on 19th December 1883, and to the Army Reserve on 25th December. He then served in Gibraltar and then in India 11th February 1889.It would appear that He served in the Chin Hills Campaign of 1892-93.Although his name does not appear on the roll for the I.G.S. Chin Hills, it is reffered to on his service record, and it would appear that Christies sold this Medal in1984.He was discharged on 30th August 1898.
On the 1911 census he is shown as living at Kidds Moor Downham. Wymondham Norfolk. He enlisted in the Norfolk National Reserve in 1914 aged 55, being transferred to the Royal Defence Corps, and the Labour Corps, Agricultural Company .He was discharged unfit for service on 28th September,1918 and was entitled to a Silver Wounds Badge.
Charles Woods died at Kids Moor, Downham, Wymondham in 1940 aged 79.
Comes with copied service papers census returns, etc.

Code: 52495

Reserved


ARMY LONG SERVICE AND GOOD CONDUCT MEDAL- (VICTORIA)-TO COLOUR SERGT ROSS-ROYAL HIGHLANDERS (BLACK WATCH)

ARMY LONG SERVICE AND GOOD CONDUCT MEDAL- (VICTORIA)-TO COLOUR SERGT ROSS-ROYAL HIGHLANDERS (BLACK WATCH)

Army Long Service and Good Conduct Medal (Queen Victoria small letter reverse) named to:
4841 CR .SGT.D.ROSS. R.HIGHRS. Engraved naming.
Medal about good very fine.
Note with Medal states that it was awarded 01/07/1895 serving with the 6th Btn.

Code: 52481

145.00 GBP


ROYAL NAVY LONG SERVICE AND GOOD CONDUCT MEDAL-TO WEAKLEY-H.M.S.CARLISLE

ROYAL NAVY LONG SERVICE AND GOOD CONDUCT MEDAL-TO WEAKLEY-H.M.S.CARLISLE

Royal Navy Long Service and Good Conduct Medal
(George V Coinage head) named to:
L.12463 P.W.WEAKLEY L.STD.H.M.S.CARLISLE.
Medal extremely fine, may have been re-pinned.
Percy William Weakley was born on 15th February 1901 at Yeovil, Somerset. He entered the Royal Navy in December, 1901, his trade given as a Leather Bleacher. He served on numerous Ships and Shore Establishments, He was awarded his L.S.G.C. Medal on 31st December, 1934.He was invalided 27/06/1945, and probably entitled to WW2 Medals. Two sets of service papers available online.

Code: 52474

80.00 GBP


WOMENS VOLUNTARY SERVICE MEDAL-UN-NAMED IN BOX OF ISSUE

WOMENS VOLUNTARY SERVICE MEDAL-UN-NAMED IN BOX OF ISSUE

Womens Voluntary Service Medal,un-named in box of issue.
Extremely fine, mounted on pin for wearing.

Code: 52398

12.00 GBP


SECURICOR LONG SERVICE MEDAL

SECURICOR LONG SERVICE MEDAL

Securicor Long Service Medal
Struck in silver, on original ribbon and pin for wearing.(marked silver)
Awarded to employees of the company who exhibit a high standard of devotion over a sustained period.
Extremely fine

Code: 52238

25.00 GBP


1914/15 STAR TRIO LONG SERVICE GROUP OF FOUR TO LLEWELLYN-H.M.S. QUEEN ELIZABETH

1914/15 STAR TRIO LONG SERVICE GROUP OF FOUR TO LLEWELLYN-H.M.S. QUEEN ELIZABETH

1914 Star trio, named to: 346523 D.J.C.LLEWELLYN.SHPT.2 R.N.
Royal Navy Long Service and Good Conduct Medal (George V ) fixed suspension,this named to: 346523 D.J.C.LLEWELLYN SHIPT 1 H.M.S.QUEEN ELIZABETH.
Medals about very fine, with contact wear,Long Service Medal may have been re-impressed.
David John Charles Llewellyn was born in Burton, Pembroke, on 10th December,1888.He enlisted in the Royal Navy on 10th December, 1906,as a Boy Shipwright.He served on numerous Ships and shore establishments,and was demobilised in 1938,quaifying for his Long Service Medal on 31/03/1922.He was recalled for duty on 31 July 1939,and served on H.M.S.Excellent,being indefinately realeased on 15th December 1944, and as such may have qualified for WW2 Medals
Comes with two sets of copied service papers.

Code: 52190

165.00 GBP


POLICE LONG SERVICE MEDAL TO BARKER

POLICE LONG SERVICE MEDAL TO BARKER

For Examplary Police Service Medal( Q.E.II DEI GRATIA)
Named to: CONST.HERBERT.J.BARKER.
Medal about extremely fine,dull patches on obverse,mounted on original pin.

Code: 52182

38.00 GBP


VICTORIA ARMY LONG SERVICE AND GOOD CONDUCT MEDAL TO WICKHAM NORFOLK REGIMENT

VICTORIA ARMY LONG SERVICE AND GOOD CONDUCT MEDAL TO WICKHAM NORFOLK REGIMENT

Army Long Service and Good Conduct Medal Victoria (small letter reverse) named to: 2469 PTE A WICKHAM NORFOLK R.
Engraved naming,very fine or better,but rank and regiment naming worn.
Alfred Wickham was born in St.Johns, Lewes, Sussex, around 1860.He attested for the Hampshire Regiment on 5th April, 1878 with the Regimental number 843.He served in the Burma campaign, and qualified for an I.G.S clasp Burma 1885/87 and papers state that he is also entitled to the 1887/89 clasp. He transferred to the Norfolk Regiment in 1889 to complete 21 years service.He was discharged in 1899.He also served from 17/08/1917 to the 22/04/1919 in the Royal Defence Corps.
Full set of papers available onlline.

Code: 52151

150.00 GBP