A FINE BRITISH EMPIRE/LONG SERVICE GROUP OF SIX TO BOURKE-42-ROYAL MARINE COMMANDO-FOR DISTINGUISHED SERVICES IN SOUTH EAST ASIA
British Empire Medal (George VI) Named to:
A/ S M EDWARD BOURKE R/M PO/X31
1939/45 Star, Atlantic Star, Burma Star with PACIFIC clasp,1939/45 War Medal and Royal Navy Long Service and Good Conduct Medal, to: PO.X.31.E.BOURKE.SGT.R.M.
Medals about very fine and better, the B.E.M. has contact wear, and the naming is engraved on a pre-prepared ground and struck on a thinner t... read more
MILITARY MEDAL TO CROSSIN-6/7 ROYAL SCOTS FUSILIERS-AN EARLY AWARD FOR THE SOMME
Military Medal, named to:
14794 PTE.R.G.CROSSIN.6/7 R.SCO:FUS:
Medal about very fine or better, with edge bruise.
London Gazette: 21st October 1916
14794 Pte. R.G. Crossin R.Sc.Fus.
Comes with note which states that he was reported wounded, Shell shock in daily casualty list of 12/10/1016.
Somme Gazette, M.M. possibly for 12th/13th August
A SCARCE MERITORIOUS SERVICE/LONG SERVICE PAIR-TO WARRANT OFFICER/PETTY OFFICER AIRCREWMAN DODGSON-ROYAL NAVY
Meritorious Service Medal (Elizabeth II) named to:
WO (ACMN) D.P.HODSON DO52528Q RN
(Warrant Officer Aircrewman)
Royal Navy Long Service and Good Conduct Medal (Elizabeth II) with long service clasp not attached to medal.
This named to: DO 52528Q D.P.HODGSON PO ACMN
(Petty Officer Aircrewman)
H M S DAEDALUS
Medals about good very fine on pin as... read more
THE MOST DISTINGUISHED ORDER OF ST MICHAEL AND ST.GEORGE-(C.M.G.)-COMPANIONS NECK BADGE-
The Most Distinguished Order of St. Michael and St George. (C.M.G.) Companions neck badge.
In original Garrard and Co. box.
An excellent example with no enamel damage. with original neck and collar ribbons read more
BOER WAR D.C.M. GROUP OF 6-TO LINDFIELD-WOUNDED AT TALANA HILL AND TWICE MENTIONED IN DESPATCHES
Distinguished Conduct Medal (Victoria) (59729 B.QR:-MR:-SERJT: G.J.LINFIELD.R.F.A.) Queens South Africa Medal, (3rd type reverse), clasps:
TALANA/ORANGE FREE STATE/TRANSVAAL/SOUTH AFRICA 1901/SOUTH AFRICA 1902 15927 (B: Q: MR: SJT: G.J.LINDFIELD 69TH BTY.R.F.A.)1914/15 Star (59727 B.S.MJR.G.LINDFIELD R.F.A.)British War and Victory Medals,(59727 W.O.CL.2.G.LINDFIELD.R.A.)
Army Lon... read more
SCARCE EDWARD VII DECORATION IN ORIGINAL BOX
Territorial Decoration (Edward VII) with original top bar and hallmarks for London 1908-09.(Sebastion Garrard) in original Garrard case.
Guilding worn, otherwise about good very fine, shortened ribbon.
Case in good order.
Only 585 issued. read more
BRITISH EMPIRE MEDAL-ON LADIES BOW-TO MISS MARION S.BLUNDELL-ROOTES SECURITIES
British Empire Medal (George VI) on ladies bow.
Named to: MISS MARIAN S.BLUNDELL .
London Gazette 15th June,1945 Miss Marian Susie Blundell, Women's Personel Officer, Rootes Securities Limited.
Rootes Securities were involved in the production of Aircraft, including the Bristol Blenheim and the Handley-Page Halifax.
Medal about good very fine, mounted on card for dis... read more
MERITORIOUS SERVICE MEDAL TO WINDER-AWARDED THE MILITARY MEDAL IN WW1
Meritorious Service Medal (George VI) Named to:
1407975 B.Q.M.S. P.W WINDER M.M. R.A.(small area of erasure noted after name, where MM has been added)
Medal about good very fine.
M.M. London Gazette 13 March 1918.37594 Cpl. P. W. Winder R.G.A.(Worthing) 7th Siege Battery
Percy Winder was born around 1893 in Newhaven, Sussex. His trade given as assistant grocer.
BRITISH EMPIRE MEDAL-MISS CLAIRE MARY BEATRICE BRIDCUTT
British Empire Medal (EIIR) Named to: MISS CLAIRE MARY BEATRICE BRIDCUTT in Ladies box of issue.
Medal Extremely fine,box in good order
London Gazette 31st December 1990: Miss Claire Mary Beatrice Bridcutt,Personal Assistant to the Chairman and General Manager,Lancashire Family Practitioner Committee.