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PUNJAB MEDAL TO G BURTON 9TH LANCERS

PUNJAB MEDAL TO G BURTON 9TH LANCERS

Punjab Medal, clasps: GOOJERAT/CHILIANWALA.
Named to: G.BURTON.9TH LANCERS.
Contact wear from Punniar Star, otherwise better than fine,pin possibly replaced

Code: 52487

695.00 GBP


MALAYA M.I.D. GROUP OF FOUR TO LT.COL HORROCKS-ROYAL ENGINEERS-TAKEN AS A PRISONER OF WAR AND HELD AT OFLAG 79

MALAYA M.I.D. GROUP OF FOUR TO LT.COL HORROCKS-ROYAL ENGINEERS-TAKEN AS A PRISONER OF WAR AND HELD AT OFLAG 79

1939/45 Star, Africa Star,1939/45 War Medal with M.I.D.emblem, General Service Medal (George VI) clasp MALAYA,
named to: MAJOR J HORROCKS R.E.M.E.
Medals about good very fine, on wearing bar, swing-mounted as worn.
Captain J. Horrocks was mentioned in despatches for distinguished services in the Middle East, London Gazette 8th July, 1941 Horrocks Lt.(temp Captain J.
(101150).whilst serving with the Royal Army Ordnance Corps.
He was taken Prisoner of War (Reported missing 20/06/1942 Cyrenaica) with the Royal Ordnance Corps and listed as attached L.A.D.) He was transferred to Oflag 79, which is a camp for Officers. Oflag 79 was liberated by the Americans on 23rd April,1945.He is listed as serving with the R.E.M.E. upon his release. His last entry in the London Gazette is on 1st August 1967, where he is listed as ceasing to belong to the reserve of Officers having reached the age limit. His rank is Maj (Hon Lt.-Col.) Sold with a quantity of London Gazettes re his promotions and M.I.D., casualty lists for when he was taken prisoner, and released,
Worthy of further research.

Code: 52486

325.00 GBP


QUEENS SOUTH AFRICA/WORLD WAR ONE GROUP TO PAYMASTER CAPTAIN GEORGE LUCKHAM

QUEENS SOUTH AFRICA/WORLD WAR ONE GROUP TO PAYMASTER CAPTAIN GEORGE LUCKHAM

Queens South Africa Medal, no clasp, named to;
PAY'R C.M.LUCKHAM R.N. H.M.S.PEARL.
1914/15 Star trio, named to: FT PAYR.C.M.LUCKHAM R.N.(Star) PAY.COMMR.C.M.LUCKHAM.R.N.
Medals about good very fine, court mounted for wear.
Charles Minty Luckham was born in Wareham, Dorset on 23rd September, 1866.The 1871 census records him living at The Farm House, Studland, Wareham, Dorset, where his Father is a Farmer. He was educated privately and at Honiton Grammar School .He entered the Royal Navy as an Assistant Clerk at Duke of Wellington 16th July, 1883.Appointed to H.M.S. Rupert as Clerk on 11th July 1884,he was promoted Assistant Paymaster 23 September 1887.Continuing to serve ashore and afloat, his most notable appointments were H.M.S. Penelope on the Cape, South Africa Station 7th December 1895,promoted Paymaster 19th August 1899,H.M.S.Magnificent. 1st June 1899 as Personal Secretary to the second in command of the Channel Squadron, H.M.S. Pearl. 17th December 1901,Royal Arthur and H.M.S. Euryalus as Personal Secretary to the Commander In Chief Australia,10th November 1902, appointed Victory 1906 for victualling and Meat courses, Victory for leave 24th March.1906, Victory for for study abroad 3rd May,1906.Appointed H.M.S. Terpsichore 10th November 1906,Joining Victory and appointed Fleet Paymaster on 1st March, 1908.
Appointed Personal Secretary to the Commander in Chief, Portsmouth Command 23rd March 1908,appointed H.M.S. Hecla 10th May 1910,H.M.S. Topaz 1st May 1912,H.M.S.Dido 29th August 1913,Attentive II 1st January 1914,H.M.S.Hecla 11th May 1914,Dolphin 11th May 1917, and appointed to The Royal Naval College, Isle of Wight 15th January 1920.Promoted Paymaster Captain 1st January 1921,appointed Victory II 21st May 1921,placed on half pay 18th June, 1921 and retired as Paymaster Captain on 12th October 1921.He died at Wyke Regis, Dorset on 26th September 1934, and left a Widow Mary Emmeline.
His Son, Cyril Luckham was a well known Film, Television and Stage actor whose most notable rolls were "A Man for all Seasons" "The Guardians" and "The Alphabet Murders ".He was a familiar face on the small screen in the 1960's and 1970's appearing in many Television Shows and plays. Like his Father he had joined the Royal Navy, but had been Invalided out in 1931.He died in 1989.
Comes with copied service papers, typed synopsis of his career, etc.

Code: 52485

425.00 GBP


INDIA GENERAL SERVICE MEDAL-NORTH-WEST-FRONTIER 1930-31 AND MOHMAND 1935 TO GUNNER WATTS ROYAL ARTILLERY

INDIA GENERAL SERVICE MEDAL-NORTH-WEST-FRONTIER 1930-31 AND MOHMAND 1935 TO GUNNER WATTS ROYAL ARTILLERY

India General Service Medal, clasps: NORTH-WEST FRONTIER 1930-31 and MOHMAND 1935 named to;
1073878 GNR A.G.WATTS.R.A.
Medal about good very fine,
small correction to name.
Comes with copied roll from Richard G. Stiles book: "Taming The Tiger" which lists him as serving with the 58th Field Artillery
Scarce, only 46 Medals issued with this clasp combination.

Code: 52484

SOLD


INDIA GENERAL SERVICE MEDAL-CLASP HAZARA 1888-TO PRYKE-SUFFOLK REGIMENT

INDIA GENERAL SERVICE MEDAL-CLASP HAZARA 1888-TO PRYKE-SUFFOLK REGIMENT

India General Service Medal (1854) clasp:
HAZARA 1888.Named to:
792 PTE.H.PRYKE. 1ST.BN., SUFF R.
Medal good very fine or better.
Confirmed on roll.

Code: 52483

SOLD


AFRICA GENERAL SERVICE MEDAL-CLASP KENYA-TO BLACKWELL-GLOSTERS

AFRICA GENERAL SERVICE MEDAL-CLASP KENYA-TO BLACKWELL-GLOSTERS

Africa General Service Medal, clasp: KENYA.
Named to; 23224048 PTE.E.BLACKWELL.GLOSTERS
Medal about very fine, a few scribble marks on edge towards suspension top, but naming not affected.
Mounted court style on pin.

Code: 52482

155.00 GBP


ARMY LONG SERVICE AND GOOD CONDUCT MEDAL- (VICTORIA)-TO COLOUR SERGT ROSS-ROYAL HIGHLANDERS (BLACK WATCH)

ARMY LONG SERVICE AND GOOD CONDUCT MEDAL- (VICTORIA)-TO COLOUR SERGT ROSS-ROYAL HIGHLANDERS (BLACK WATCH)

Army Long Service and Good Conduct Medal (Queen Victoria small letter reverse) named to:
4841 CR .SGT.D.ROSS. R.HIGHRS. Engraved naming.
Medal about good very fine.
Note with Medal states that it was awarded 01/07/1895 serving with the 6th Btn.

Code: 52481

145.00 GBP


BRITISH WAR AND VICTORY MEDALS TO LUPSON-6TH BTN.GLOUCESTER REGIMENT-DIED ON 19TH JULY 1916-COMMEMORATED ON THE LOOS  MEMORIAL

BRITISH WAR AND VICTORY MEDALS TO LUPSON-6TH BTN.GLOUCESTER REGIMENT-DIED ON 19TH JULY 1916-COMMEMORATED ON THE LOOS MEMORIAL

British War and Victory Medals, named to:
6007 PTE.G.LUPSON GLOUC R.
Medals about good very fine, on original full length silk ribbons.
297236 George Frank Lupson 2nd/6th Bn.,Gloucestershire Regiment died on the 19th June,1916,aged 23.The Son of George Edward and Alice Bonfellow Upson,of 25, Church Plain, Great Yarmouth, Norfolk.He was born in Gt.Yarmouth and enlisted in Norwich. He has no known grave and is commemorated on the Loos Memorial.
He was presumably reported missing on the 19th July and death presumed.
He previously served with the 6th Btn. (Cyclists) Norfolk Regiment.
Comes with copied papers including M.I.C., which confirms change of number.

Code: 52480

SOLD


BRITISH WAR AND VICTORY MEDAL TO AITKEN-KILLED IN ACTION ON THE 28TH JUNE 1917 SERVING WITH THE BLACK WATCH

BRITISH WAR AND VICTORY MEDAL TO AITKEN-KILLED IN ACTION ON THE 28TH JUNE 1917 SERVING WITH THE BLACK WATCH

British War and Victory Medals,named to:
5095 PTE.J.M.AITKIN R.HIGHRS.
Medals about good very fine, on short pieces of original ribbon.
219604 Pte Joseph Mair Aitken 7th Btn.,Black Watch
was killed in action on the 18th June 1917.
The Brother of Elizabeth Aitken of 16,Marygate,Perth, Fife, Scotland.
He was born at Ansthruther, Fifeshire and enlisted at Cuper, Fifeshire.He is commemorated on the Ypres (Menin Gate) Memorial.
Soldiers died lists him killed in action on the 28th July. Comes with copied research including M.I.C., which confirms change of number.

Code: 52479

95.00 GBP


1914/15 STAR TRIO-TO CURRIE-BLACK WATCH

1914/15 STAR TRIO-TO CURRIE-BLACK WATCH

1914/15 Star trio, named to: 9331 PTE.J.CURRIE
R,HIGHRS.
About good very fine, a few e/nicks on British War
Medal.
Arrived in France on 12/10/1915.
M.I.C shows later service with Royal Engineers.
Comes with copied M.I.C and medal roll.

Code: 52478

95.00 GBP