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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


EDWARD VII ARMY LONG SERVICE AND GOOD CONDUCT MEDAL-TO MASON ROYAL GARRISON ARTILLERY

EDWARD VII ARMY LONG SERVICE AND GOOD CONDUCT MEDAL-TO MASON ROYAL GARRISON ARTILLERY

Army Long Service and Good Conduct Medal (Edward VII) named to: 85230 Q.M. SJT.C.M.MASON R.G.A.
Medal extremely fine, dark toned on original ribbon.

Code: 52374

110.00 GBP


ARMY LONG SERVICE AND GOOD CONDUCT MEDAL (VICTORIA)-TO ALLEN- 9TH FOOT

ARMY LONG SERVICE AND GOOD CONDUCT MEDAL (VICTORIA)-TO ALLEN- 9TH FOOT

Army Long Service and Good Conduct Medal(Victoria, small letter reverse) Named to: 303 SERGT.J.ALLEN 2ND BN 9TH FOOT.Medal about good very fine, with a few e/nicks.
Joseph Allen was born in the parish of St Peters,Brighton,Sussex.He enlisted in the 9th Foot 22nd December, 1854,his trade given as a Blind- Maker.
He served in the Crimea,where he qualified for the Medal and clasp for Sebastapol.(on the roll as 3690-change of number would have occured on his transfer to the 2/9th on 31st March 1858) He was recommended for his L.S.G.C.Medal 23rd December, 1872 and it was issued on 29th March, 1873.He had served in Malta,The Crimea,Canada,The Ionian Islands,Giibraltar, China and Japan.He was discharged time expired on 28th December,
1875,his intended place of residence given as Norwich.
Comes with copied service record, census returns, etc. etc.

Code: 52363

150.00 GBP


VICTORIAN ARMY LONG SERVICE AND GOOD CONDUCT MEDAL-TO COOMBS 2-9TH FOOT

VICTORIAN ARMY LONG SERVICE AND GOOD CONDUCT MEDAL-TO COOMBS 2-9TH FOOT

Amry Long Service and Good Conduct Medal (Victoria small letter reverse) named to: 121 CORPL G.COOMBS 2-9TH FOOT.Medal about good very fine, with one small e/bruise.
George Coombs was born in East Budleigh, near Exeter in Devon around 1839.He enlisted in the 9th foot at Great Yarmouth on 31st December,1857.
He served in Mediterranean,China,Japan and the East Indies.He appeared twice in the Regimental defaulters list, and was court martialled once.His intended place of residence was given as East Budleigh and his occupation a sailor!
Comes with copied service papers, census returns, etc.

Code: 52362

150.00 GBP


TERRITORIAL EFFICIENCY MEDAL-TO MUNT ROYAL SIGNALS

TERRITORIAL EFFICIENCY MEDAL-TO MUNT ROYAL SIGNALS

Territorial Efficiency Medal, (George V Robed bust) clasp TERRITORIAL.Named to: 2555908 SJT W.G.MUNT.R.SIGNALS.
Medal about very fine, with afew light e/nicks
This may be the same man as George W.G.Munt, who had previously served in WW1 as a Territorial in the Middlesex Regiment,Labour Corps and finally the Royal Engineers,with the same service no.

Code: 52340

70.00 GBP


ROYAL NAVY LONG SERVICE AND GOOD CONDUICT MEDAL-VICTORIA

ROYAL NAVY LONG SERVICE AND GOOD CONDUICT MEDAL-VICTORIA

Royal Navy Long Service and Good Comduct Medal,named to:
A WISON GUNNER R.M.A. 16TH CO.
Medal about very fine,with e/nicks,and large mark across Queen's cheek.Fitted with incorrect suspension.
Impressed naming.
Sold with Royal Marines service sheet.
Abel Wison was born in Brighton, Sussex in August 1844.
He enlisted in the Royal Marines on 15th june, 1867.He was discharged in 1888, having been awarded the Long Serice Medal in 1877.

Code: 52309

110.00 GBP


SECURICOR LONG SERVICE MEDAL

SECURICOR LONG SERVICE MEDAL

Securicor Long Service Medal
Struck in 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


FIRE BRIGADE EXEMPLARY SERVICE MEDAL-TO FIREMAN GEORGE A COPEMAN-NOFOLK FIRE BRIGADE-WITH ORIGINAL BOX

FIRE BRIGADE EXEMPLARY SERVICE MEDAL-TO FIREMAN GEORGE A COPEMAN-NOFOLK FIRE BRIGADE-WITH ORIGINAL BOX

Fire Brigade Exemplary Service Medal,named to: FIREMAN GEORGE.A.COPEMAN.
With cardbord box of issue, naming: 14 Norfolk fireman GEORGE A.COPEMAN
Medal and box Extremely fine,Medal has original pin.

Code: 52205

45.00 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

158.00 GBP


ARMY LONG SERVICE AND GOOS CONDUCT MEDAL TO RIX-ROYAL ARTILLERY

ARMY LONG SERVICE AND GOOS CONDUCT MEDAL TO RIX-ROYAL ARTILLERY

Army Long Service and Good Conduct Medal (GeorgeV) fixed suspension,named to: 2402565 SJT F.H.RIX R.A.
Medal about very fine or better, with a little contact wear.
Entitled to a 1914 Star and clasp trio,arrived in France 25/09/1914

Code: 52183

78.00 GBP