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TERRITORIAL EFFICIENCY MEDAL TO CRITCHELL ROYAL ARTILLERY-WITH THREE KINGS PRIZE MEDALS FOR COAST DEFENCE ARTLILLERY

TERRITORIAL EFFICIENCY MEDAL TO CRITCHELL ROYAL ARTILLERY-WITH THREE KINGS PRIZE MEDALS FOR COAST DEFENCE ARTLILLERY

Territorial Efficiency Medal (George V Robes bust) clasp: TERRITORIAL named to:
1666681 GNR A CRITCHELL R A
With 3 silver fobs National Artillery Association Kings Prize 1926 for Coast Defence,hallmarked silver,with 2 smaller Medals, both for 1924, one hallmarked,

Code: 52053

Reserved


AFRICA GENERAL SERVICE MEDAL-KENYA-RIFLEMAN CLENCH-RIFLE BRIGADE

AFRICA GENERAL SERVICE MEDAL-KENYA-RIFLEMAN CLENCH-RIFLE BRIGADE

Africa General Service Medal,(Queen Elizabeth II) clasp: KENYA. Named to: 23008 RFN.G.CLENCH R.B.
Medal about very fine, edge nibbles and edge bruises, suspension refixed.

Code: 52477

95.00 GBP


GENERAL SERVICE MEDALMALAYA TO FUSILIER PRICE-ROYAL WELSH FUSILIERS

GENERAL SERVICE MEDALMALAYA TO FUSILIER PRICE-ROYAL WELSH FUSILIERS

General Service Medal, (Elizabeth II) clasp: MALAYA
Named to: 23324515 FUS.B.PRICE R.W.F.
Medal about good very fine, correction on surname.

Code: 52476

78.00 GBP


ROYAL NAVY LONG SERVICE AND GOOD CONDUCT MEDAL-TO JEFFS H.M.S. HAWKINS

ROYAL NAVY LONG SERVICE AND GOOD CONDUCT MEDAL-TO JEFFS H.M.S. HAWKINS

Royal Navy Long Service and Good Conduct Medal (George VI ) Named to:
JX 130581 L.JEFFS.A.B.H.M.S. HAWKINS.
Medal about good very fine, one e/nick.
Laurence Jeffs was born in Watford Herts in 1911, and entered the Royal Navy on 16th August 1927.His Long Service Medal traced 03/02/1944.
H.M.S. Hawkins patrolled the South Atlantic in 1940, and took part in the East African Campaign on 1941.
After a refit she was assigned to the Eastern Fleet, on escort and Patrol duties .In 1944 she took part in operation Neptune (The Naval portion of the Invasion of Normandy) and bombarded German coastal defences on 6th June. She was paid off in July, and converted to a training ship.

Code: 52475

SOLD


ROYAL NAVY LONG SERVICE AND GOOD CONDUCT MEDAL-TO WEAKLEY-H.M.S.CARLISLE

ROYAL NAVY LONG SERVICE AND GOOD CONDUCT MEDAL-TO WEAKLEY-H.M.S.CARLISLE

Royal Navy Long Service and Good Conduct Medal
(George V Coinage head) named to:
L.12463 P.W.WEAKLEY L.STD.H.M.S.CARLISLE.
Medal extremely fine, may have been re-pinned.
Percy William Weakley was born on 15th February 1901 at Yeovil, Somerset. He entered the Royal Navy in December, 1901, his trade given as a Leather Bleacher. He served on numerous Ships and Shore Establishments, He was awarded his L.S.G.C. Medal on 31st December, 1934.He was invalided 27/06/1945, and probably entitled to WW2 Medals. Two sets of service papers available online.

Code: 52474

80.00 GBP


EGYPT LONG SERVICE GROUP OF THREE TO PETTY OFFICER WESTLAKE ROYAL NAVY-2ND CAPTAIN OF THE F'SLE ON EGYPT MEDAL

EGYPT LONG SERVICE GROUP OF THREE TO PETTY OFFICER WESTLAKE ROYAL NAVY-2ND CAPTAIN OF THE F'SLE ON EGYPT MEDAL

Egypt Medal,dated 1882,named to:
M.G.WESTLAKE 2ND CAPT F'CLE.H.M.S.FALCON.
Royal Navy Long Service and Good Conduct Medal, named to:M.G.WESTLAKE.P.O.1ST CL.,H.M.S.DEFIANCE.
Khedives Star, dated 1882.
Medals about very fine or better, contact wear from star, Naming on Egypt "H.M.S.Albion " a little pitted.
Court mounted for display.
Martin George Westlake was born on 16th December,1857 at Tavistock, Devon. He joined the Royal Navy in 1872,He served on numerous Ships and Shore establishments. His Long Service Medal traced 06/02/1891.He was shore pensioned in 1895,and then joined the Royal Fleet Reserve, with whom he was discharged in 1907.
Comes with copied papers

Code: 52473

395.00 GBP


1897,1902 AND 1911 METROPOLITAN POLICE GROUP TO MANN-K DIVISION

1897,1902 AND 1911 METROPOLITAN POLICE GROUP TO MANN-K DIVISION

1897 Jubillee Medal, Metropolitan Police issue in bronze,named to: P.C.J.MANN
1902 Coronation Medal, Metropolitan Police issue in bronze, named to:P.C.J.MANN
1911 Coronation Medal, in silver, Metropolitan Police issue,named to: P.S.J.MANN.
Medals about good very fine,o original ribbons.
K Division is Stepney, which witnessed "The siege of Sydney Street in 1910.

Code: 52472

SOLD


ARMY LONG SERVICE AND GOOD CONDUCT MEDAL-TO ALLEN NORFOLK REGIMENT-ONLY ENTITLEMENT-SERVED AS AN ARMOURER

ARMY LONG SERVICE AND GOOD CONDUCT MEDAL-TO ALLEN NORFOLK REGIMENT-ONLY ENTITLEMENT-SERVED AS AN ARMOURER

Army Long Service and Good Conduct Medal (George V) Named to: 23164 PTE J ALLEN NORF: R.
Medal extremely fine.
Joseph Allen was born in Aston Warwickshire in 1877.
He attested for the East Yorks Regt. in 1895, Regt no; 4930,sometime transferring to the 1st (Garrison) Btn Norfolk Regt
Served In India 1897-1910 and 1911-1917, but M.I.C. does not show entitlement to any Medals. Completed an Armourers course, and a Maxim Gun course. Appointed Armourer Sergeant, with pay and allowances of Regimental Armourer. Full set of papers available online.

Code: 52471

Reserved


1914/15 STAR TRIO-TO HEINRICH REYNOLDS-ROYAL ENGINEERS-MAY HAVE SERVED WITH THE 171ST  TUNNELLING COMPANY

1914/15 STAR TRIO-TO HEINRICH REYNOLDS-ROYAL ENGINEERS-MAY HAVE SERVED WITH THE 171ST TUNNELLING COMPANY

1914/15 Star trio, named to: 66962 SPR H.J.REYNOLDS.R.E.
Medals about good very fine, the Star with modern ribbon, the British War and Victory Medals on their original full-length silk ribbons.
His number indicates that he served with the 171st Tunneling Company?
He arrived in Egypt on 01/10/1915.
Served with the 13th Division Signal Company in Mesopotamia, and was admitted to hospital there with Malaria, and was evacuated to the UK on the 1st October 1916, aged 21.

Code: 52470

120.00 GBP


QUEENS SUDAN MEDAL-TO MOSES GEORGE-1/ROYAL WARWICK REGT

QUEENS SUDAN MEDAL-TO MOSES GEORGE-1/ROYAL WARWICK REGT

Queens Sudan Medal, named to: 4101 PTE.M.GEORGE 1/R.WAR.R.
Medal about very fine, one small e/bruise.
Moses George was born on 1875 at Stratford-On Avon.
He attested for the Royal Warwickshire Regiment on 1st November, 1893.
He served in Egypt, India and at Home.
He was discharged in 1905 having served 12 years.
Papers available online, which show entitlement to the Queens Sudan Medal, and the Khedives Sudan Medal, clasps for The Atbara and Khartoum.

Code: 52469

365.00 GBP