EGYPT MEDAL TO MAJOR HUBERT RICHARD LOVETT-K.R. RIF CORPS
Egypt Medal dated 1882 clasp: TEL-EL-KEBIR
Named to: LIEUT H.B.LOVETT 2 BN. K.R.RIF.C
Medal about very fine, a little marked on obverse due to contact with star,naming a little worn.
Major Hubert Richard Lovett (1854-1908)
The following is extracted from Hart's Army List-War services of Field Officers:
"Served with the 2nd Btn., 60th Rifles in the Afghan War f... read more
SUTLEJ MEDAL TO HENRY DUNSTER 9TH REGT-WOUNDED AT MOODKEE-LATER KILLED IN ACTION WITH THE 32ND REGT AT CHINHUT-IN THE DEFENCE OF LUCKNOW
Sutlej Medal for Moodkee, clasps: FEROZESHUR/SOBRAON/named to: HENRY DUNSTER 9TH REGT.
Medal about very fine, with several e/nicks and graffiti in front of neck.
Henry Dunster enlisted in the 9th Foot in September, 1844.Joining the Regiment in India,he served during the Sutlej campaign
He was wounded at Moodkee on 18th December 1845. In Meerut on the 1st Novembe... read more
GROUP OF THREE TO COLLINS-9TH REGT
Sutlej Medal for Mooodkee, clasps: FEROZESHUHUR/SOBRAON
Named to: PATRICK COLLINS 9TH REGT About fine, with heavy contact wear.and edge bruising, the A, T, and R of Patrick very worn
Crimea Medal, clasp SEBASTOPOL naming erased otherwise good very fine.
Turkish Crimea Medal (British issue LA CRIMEA)
Named to: 2089 SERGT.P.COLLINS.1ST BN.9TH REGT.(Regimental contempor... read more
BRITISH WAR MEDAL-TO 2nd LIEUT. A.P.FLETCHER- ROYAL ENGINEERS 175TH TUNELLING COMPANY-KILLED IN ACTION 1ST OCTOBER 1915 AT HILL 60
British War Medal, named to:
2 LIEUT A.P.FLETCHER.
Medal about very fine.
2 Lieut A.P.Fletcher was killed in action on 1st October, 1915.He is buried at Larch Wood (Railway Cutting) Cemetery.
He was killed when the Germans exploded a mine under the junction of trenches 39 and 40 at Hill 60.One other Officer and one other man died at the same time.(175th tunelling co... read more
BRITISH WAR AND VICTORY MEDALS-TO 2 LIEUT JOHN HERBERT ILLINGWORTH RADCLIFFE-WEST RIDING REGIMENT-PLAYED FOOTBALL FOR STALYBRIDGE CELTIC-AND LATER MAYOR OF STALYBRIDGE
British War and Victory Medals, named to:
2 LIEUT J.H.I RADCLIFFE
John Herbert Illingworth Radcliffe was born in 1885.
He was commissioned into the West Riding Regiment on 27th March,1917.(Formerely Manchester Univerity O.T.C.) He arrived in France on 15/04/1917.Medals addressed to: Special Surgical Military Hospital,Grangethorpe, Manchester.
He was appointed Mayor ... read more
SUTLEJ MEDAL FOR MOODKEE-CLASPS FEROZESHUHUR AND SOBROAN TO MURPHY-9TH REGT
Sutlej Medal for MOODKEE,clasps: FEROZESHUHUR and SOBRAON.
Named to; JAMES MURPHY.
Medal about good very fine.
James Murphy was born at St Michael's, Dublin and attested for the Ninth Foot on 11th June, 1841.He served in India and Malta He was discharged on 27th October, 1856.
Medal and clasps confirmed on papers.
Comes with copied service papers
ex Spinks read more
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
A RARE CASUALTY PAIR TO SIDNEY THORP HALL-70 FIELD SECURITY POLICE-INTELLIGENCE CORPS-DIED WHEN THE S S ANSELM WAS SUNK ON 5TH JULY-1941
Defence and War Medals in box of issue, with original box and casualty slip.The box is named to: Mr. C. Thorp Hall, White House, Alpington Nr Norwich. (Sidney's Medals is written in pen on the box)
Lance Corporal Sidney Thorp Hall 10350258 70, Field Security Police, Intelligence Corps, died on 5th July 1941 when the SS Anselm was torpedoed by the U96 (Kaptt Heinrich Lehman-Willenbrock)... read more
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
BOER WAR YORKSHIRE IMPERIAL YEOMANRY MEDAL-TO E ENGLAND
Yorkshire Imperial Yeomanry Medal-3rd Battalion 1900-1901
Medal named to: 1953 E ENGLAND
About good very fine, on original ribbon and pin for wearing.
Entitled to a 3 clasp Q.S.A. with clasps for Cape Colony Orange Free State and Transvaal. read more