1914/15 STAR TRIO-AND I.G.S.(WAZIRISTAN 1919-21) TO CAPTAIN RUPERT ARTHUR DRIVER SUFFOLK REGIMENT AND 1-26 PUNJABIS-SERIOUSLY WOUNDED 1915
1914/15 Star trio, named to: 2/LIEUT R.A.DRIVER.SUFF.R. (CAPT on pair)
India General Service Medal(1908) clasp: WAZIRISTAN 1919-21 Named to: CAPT.R.A.DRIVER.1-26 PJBIS
Medals good very fine
Rupert Arthur Driver was born in Southampton The Son of J.B. Driver, a Headmaster. He was was employed as Assistant Master at Eversley School, Southwold prior to the Great War. He served... read more
MILITARY MEDAL AND BAR-TO HARRIS-BEDFORDSHIRE REGT-DIED OF WOUNDS ON 28/10/1918
Military Medal (George V ) with copy second award bar
Medal about extremely fine.
Also with card box of issue (A/F)
25466 Lance Corporal Sidney James Harris, Military Medal and bar, 2nd Bedfordshire Regiment, died of wounds on 28th October, 1918.The Son of James Harris of Green End, Kempston, Beds and the late Mrs Harri... read more
CABUL, SUTLEJ LONG SERVICE GROUP OF THREE TO SWEETING 9TH REGIMENT
Cabul Medal 1842,Named to: NO 484 PTE.SAML
SWEETING H.M.'S 9TH REGT (egraved in the correct regimental style)
Sutlej Medal for Moodkee, clasps: FEROZESHUHUR/SOBRAON.Named to: SAMUEL SWEETING 9TH REGT.
Army Long Service and Good Conduct Medal(Large lettering reverse) named to: SAML SWEETING PT.SAMUEL SWEETING 9TH REG FOOT 1850
Medals fine to very fine, Cabul medal ha... read more
DISTINGUISHED SERVICE MEDAL GROUP OF THREE TO PEGDEN-"IVY GREEN"-AUXILIARY PATROL-1918
Distinguished Service Medal (GeorgeV) Named to:
DA14543.F.G.PEGDEN, DK.HD.R.N.R."IVY GREEN"
AUX PATROL. 1918.
British War and Victory Medals, named to:
145453 D.A. F.G.PEGDEN.D.H .R.N.R.
Medals about as issued, on original ribbons, as removed from a frame.
Frederick Gordon Pegden was born in Folkstone, Kent in 1888.Enrolled in the R N R 7th February 19... read more
MILITARY MEDAL GROUP OF FOUR TO BROOKES-SCOTTISH RIFLES
Military Medal (George V) named to:
40446 PTE.H.BROOKES.1/SCO RIF.
British War and Victory Medals, named to:
40446 PTE.H.B ROOKES SCO.RIF
e/nick over RIF on naming.
London Gazette 29/08/1918:
40446 Pte H Brookes,Sco.Rif.(Manchester)
Schedule no: 179288
Possibly an award for the battle of Lys.
Sold with copied research read more
ARTIC DISCOVERIES MEDAL 1818-1855
Artic Discoveries Medal 1816-1855
Medal about good very fine, but brooch mounts very neatly removed from reverse, at one o'clock and seven o'clock, toned and still an attractive item.
un-named as issued.
Awarded to all officers and men engaged in expeditions to the polar regions 1818-1855 including those involved in the search for the ill-fated Sir John Franklin Expedition. read more
DISTINGUISHED SERVICE MEDAL-TO CHAPMAN-ROYAL NAVAL RESERVE "SNOWDROP"AUXILLIARY PATROL 1918
Distinguished Service Medal(George V) Named to:
ES 4441 C.H.CHAPMAN.ENGn R.N.R. "SNOWDROP"
AUX PATROL 1918.
Medal about good very fine/extremely fine
London Gazette 20th September,1918
The following awards have been approved for services in the Auxiliary Patrol, Minesweeping and Coastal Motor Boats, between 1st January and 30th June,1918.
Charles Harri... read more
MERITORIOUS SERVICE MEDAL (VICTORIA) TO SERJEANT THOMAS BROWN 15TH FOOT
Meritorious Service Medal (Victoria) named to:
QR.MR.SERJT.THOMAS BROWN.15TH FOOT(York-East Riding Regt)
About good very fine.
See Ian McInnes: "The annuity MSM -1847-1953"
Brown Thomas, The East Yorkshire Rgt (Duke of York's own 15th Foot)
Annuity £10 awarded circa 1855.Died 29th August 1897.
An early award. read more
CABUL/SUTLEJ PAIR TO BARLEY-WOUNDED AT FEROZESHUHUR
Cabul Medal,1842 un-named.
Sutlej Medal for Moodkee, clasp FEROZESHUHUR
named to HINTON BARLEY 9TH REGT.
Medals about very fine or better, unusual replacement suspension on Cabul Medal, edge bruise on Sutlej Medal.
Hinton Barley was born in Whitchurch, Hampshire in 1813. He enlisted in the 9th Regiment in Winchester in 1835.Nearly all of his service was spent in the ... read more
1914/15 STAR TRIO TO SYMONS-A JUTLAND CASUALTY-SERVING ON H.M.S.INDEFATIGABLE
1914/15 Star trio, named to: K17351 S.J.SYMONS STO1,R.N.
Medals about good very fine, on original full length silk ribbons,( metal on reverse of star a little discoloured.)
Skoker 1st Class Stephen James Symons H.M.S. "Indefatigable" was killed in action on 31st May 1916.
Son of William and Winifred Symons,of 11,Bath St.,Plymouth.He is commemorated on the Plymouth Naval Mem... read more