AUSTRALIAN CASUALTY MEDALS-BRITISH WAR AND VICTORY MEDALS -WITH MOTHERS AND WIDOWS MEMORIAL SILK TO WALLER -16TH BATTALION A.I.F.KILLED IN ACTION POLYGON WOOD 25TH SEPTEMBER 1917
British War and Victory Medal,named to: 7327 A-L-CPLA.WALLER 16 BN.A.I.F.
Mothers and Widows memorial silk with one star,numbered 32460.(One star denoted the loss one one Son)
Medals extremely fine,silk in good condition.
7327 Pte.Arthur Waller 16th Btn.A.I.F.was killed in action on 25th September,1917 aged 29
The Son of Anthony and Hepzeba Waller,husband of Maria Wa... read more
SOUTH EAST ASIA GROUP OF FIVE TO LT GORDON ALEXANDER JONES-16TH PUNJAB REGIMENT INDIAN ARMY
1939/45 Star,Burma Star,1939/45 War Medal,India Service Medal,1939/45 and General Service Medal, clasp: S.E.ASIA 1945-46
this named to: LT.G.A.JONES 16 PUNJAB R.(impressed naming)
Good very fine/extremely fine.
Gordon Alexander Jones was born in Simla,Bengal, India,in the 2nd November,1923.He received an emergency commission as a 2nd Lieutenant in the 1st Battalion 16th Pun... read more
BRONZE MEMORIAL PLAQUE-TO THOMAS NOAD ROYAL AIR FORCE-KILLED IN ACTION 10/06/1918 DURING LOW STRAFING-HIS AIRCRAFT REPORTED AS FALLING IN PIECES
Bronze Memorial Plaque, named to: THOMAS NOAD
Plaque about good very fine-a unique name on the CWGC.
Lieutenant Thomas Noad,27th Squadron, Royal Air Force,was killed on the 10th June, 1918. He is buried at the Verberie French Cemetery.
Thomas Noad was born on 08/09/1896 and enlisted in the 14th London Regiment. before transferring to the Royal Flying Corps as a probationer... read more
1914/15 STAR TRIO TO LIEUT BRYAN ROYAL NAVAL RESERVES-SERVED ON ARMED YACHT'S "VAGRANT" AND "EILEEN" -AND IN COMMAND OF A GROUP OF NET DRIFTERS AT TARANTO
1914/15 Star trio, named to: LIEUT F.BRYAN R.N.R.
Medals about extremely fine. on original silk ribbons.Also comes with Medal box for the1914/15 Star, named : LIEUT F Bryan R.N.R.(A/F)
Sub Lieut Frank Bryan was appointed to the Armed Yacht "Vagrant" on the 24/03/1915 until the 24/03/1916.The" Vagrant" was a hired yacht, armed with a six and a 12 pounder, which may have served as a... read more
GROUP OF SIX TO COLONEL CHARLES RICHARD FOSTER SEYMOUR-HAMPSHIRE REGIMENT AND INDIAN ARMY- A WELL KNOWN RITUAL MAGICIAN AND OCCULTIST-HE ALSO WORKED FOR THE S.I.S. AND S.O.E. IN WW2
Queens South Africa Medal, clasps; CAPE COLONY/ORANGE FREE STATE/TRANSVAAL/SOUTH AFRICA 1901.This named to: LIEUT C.R.F.SEYMOUR 2/HAMPS RGT.(engraved naming)
1914/15 Star, named to; CAPT.C.R/F/SEYMOUR 13/RAJPUTS.
British War Medal, named to: CAPT C.R.F.SEYMOUR
Victory Medal, unnamed, not erased
General Service Medal,clasp IRAQ,named to; MAJOR C.R.F.SEYMOUR.
In... read more
INDIA MUTINY MEDAL-CLASP DELHI-TO WILLIAM KILLEEN 1ST BATTALION, 60TH RIFLES-DIED OF SUNSTROKE
India Mutiny Medal,clasp: DELHI.Named to: W.KILLEEN 1ST.BN 60TH RIFLES.
Medal about extremely fine,a few marks in obverse field.
William Killeen died of long-de-soleil (sunstroke) on 12/09/1857.
Comes with research by Ivan Mortenson,detailing the movements anf actions of the 60th Rifles up to the death of Killeen,copy Medal roll,etc. read more
EGYPT 1882 GROUP OF FIVE TO PAYMASTER COMMANDER MAXWELL ROYAL NAVY
Egypt Medal, dated 1882,clasp; ALEXANDRIA 11TH JULY
Named to: J.MAXWELL ASS PAYR R.N.H.M.S. "ALEXANDRA"
1914/15 Star trio,named to: FT PAYR J MAXWELL R.N.(Victory erased)
Khedives Star dated 1882.
The "X" on Maxwell has been corrected from the "N" (Manwell)
A little contact wear on Egypt Medal, otherwise about very fine and better,sometime lacqured, court moun... read more
C.M.G AWARDED TO MAJOR CLARENCE ROY TURNER-AUSTRALIAN FIELD ARTILLERY AND GOLD COAST RAILWAYS- COMES WITH A SUPERB ARCHIVE OF PHOTOS AND ORIGINAL DOCUMENTS
C.M.G.neck badge in original Garrrard box of issue,extremely fine.
London Gazette 12th June 1947:Major Clarence Turner,lately General Manager of the Gold Coast Railway.
Comes with two original photos of Major Turner,in his uniform as an officer in the Australian Field Artillery,and another in Colonial Service dress, wearing his Medals.
Major Clarence Roy Turner was born on ... read more
GORLESTON VOLUNTEER LIFEBOAT LIFESAVING MEDAL-CHRISTEAN OCTOBER 14TH 1903
Gorleston Volunteer Lifeboat Medal
Obverse: a depiction of a Norfolk and Suffolk type Lifeboat in full sail in a choppy sea,GORLESTON VOLUNTEER LIFEBOAT in a scroll at the bottom.Un-named as issued
Reverse: CHRISTEAN OCT.14TH 1903 within a wreath.
Medal 38 mm with top "Lifebelt" suspension bar and on pin for wearing,with a replacement ribbon.
The Elizabeth Simpson Li... read more