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QUUENS SOUTH AFRICA MEDAL-TO BROWN-SOMERSET LIGHT INFANTRY

QUUENS SOUTH AFRICA MEDAL-TO BROWN-SOMERSET LIGHT INFANTRY

Queens South Africa Medal (2nd type reverse)
clasps: NATAL/ORANGE FREE STATE/TRANSVAAL.
Named to: 670 PTE.R.BROWN SOMERSET LT.INFY.
Medal about good very fine and toned,Mounted on card for display.
Medal and clasps confirmed on roll, he is additionally to a South Africa 1901 clasp.
A 670 Richard Brown is on the roll for the Somerset Light Infantry for the India General Service Medal, clasp Burma 1885-87

Code: 52552

150.00 GBP


QUEENS SOUTH AFRICA MEDAL-TO CARTER-KING'S ROYAL RIFLE CORPS

QUEENS SOUTH AFRICA MEDAL-TO CARTER-KING'S ROYAL RIFLE CORPS

Queens South Africa Medal(type 2 reverse)clasps:
CAPE COLONY/LAING'S NEK/BELFAST.
Named to: 4777 PTE.J.W.CARTER K.R.R.C.
Medal about good very fine, mounted on card for display.
Medal and clasps confirmed on roll. He is also entitled to an I.G.S. '95 with Relief of Chitral clasp.

Code: 52551

150.00 GBP


QUEENS SOUTH AFRICA MEDAL TO COWEN-YORKSHIRE LIGHT INFANTY

QUEENS SOUTH AFRICA MEDAL TO COWEN-YORKSHIRE LIGHT INFANTY

Queens South Africa Medal (type 2 reverse) clasps:
BELMONT/MODDER RIVER/TRANSVAAL/WITTEBERGEN.
Medal named to: 5807 PGTE.W.COWEN,2:YORKS L.I.
Medal about very fine, but contact wear and large edge bruise. Mounted on card for display
William Cowen was born in Barnsley, Yorkshire around 1880.He attested for the Yorkshire Light Infantry in 1898.He served at Home, South Africa, Malta and Crete. He was also entitled to a 1914 Star trio. He was discharged on 02/12/1918.Clasps and Medal confirmed on roll and papers-he is also entitled to the SA1901 clasp and the SA1902 c clasp. Papers available online

Code: 52550

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QUEENS SOUTH AFRICA MEDAL-STIRLING-ARGYLL AND SUTHERLAND HIGHLANDERS

QUEENS SOUTH AFRICA MEDAL-STIRLING-ARGYLL AND SUTHERLAND HIGHLANDERS

Queens South Africa Medal(second type reverse)
clasps: CAPE COLONY/ORANGE FREE STATE/TRANSVAAL/SOUTH AFRICA 1901.
Named to: 1147 PTE.J.STIRLING A&S HIGHRS.
Better than very fine. Mounted on card for display.

Code: 52549

145.00 GBP


QUEENS SOUTH AFRICA MEDAL TO DWYER-A CIVILIAN

QUEENS SOUTH AFRICA MEDAL TO DWYER-A CIVILIAN

Queens South Africa Medal (3rd type reverse)-no clasp.
Named to: MR M.DWYER.
Medal about extremely fine.
Mr M.Dwyer, a civilian served with the Telegraph Dept.
He is also entitled to the Transvaal clasp.
Supplied with copy medal roll

Code: 52548

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BRITISH WAR MEDAL-TO 2nd LIEUT H.P.WHITE

BRITISH WAR MEDAL-TO 2nd LIEUT H.P.WHITE

British War Medal, named to: 2ND LIEUT H.P.WHITE.
Medal about very fine, but has black oxidation deposits
2nd Lieut H.P.White-served with the Royal Garrison Artillery.
Supplied with a copy of the Medal roll.

Code: 52546

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INDIAN GENERAL SERVICE MEDAL-CLASP PUNJAB FRONTIER-1897-98-TO MILES 3RD RIFLE BRIGADE

INDIAN GENERAL SERVICE MEDAL-CLASP PUNJAB FRONTIER-1897-98-TO MILES 3RD RIFLE BRIGADE

India General Service Medal (1895) clasp:
PUNJAB FRONTIER 1897-98 named to;
2319 PTE.W.H. MILES 3rd BN.RIF BDE.
Medal about good very fine.
William Henry Miles was born in Kentish Town, London in 1874.He attested for the Rifle Brigade on 28th April, 1892.His occupation given as Clerk. He was imprisoned for striking a superior Officer, and forfeited good conduct pay! Having served at home and In India, he was discharged in 1904.This his only Medal, which is confirmed on his papers and the Medal roll. Set of attestation papers available online.

Code: 52545

195.00 GBP


ARMY LONG SERVICE AND GOOD CONDUCT MEDAL-TO COLLINS ROYAL ARTILLERY

ARMY LONG SERVICE AND GOOD CONDUCT MEDAL-TO COLLINS ROYAL ARTILLERY

Army Long Service and Good Conduct Medal, clasp: REGULAR ARMY.
Named to: 1053003 B.Q.M.SJT W.A. COLLINS R.A.
Medal extremely fine.
William Arthur Collins was born in 1903 in Ipswich. He attested for the Royal Artillery in 1921.

Code: 52547

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1914 STAR TRIO-TO McCABE ROYAL HIGHLANDERS (BLACK WATCH)

1914 STAR TRIO-TO McCABE ROYAL HIGHLANDERS (BLACK WATCH)

1914 Star Trio, named to: 3/2674 PTE. E.Mc CABE R.HIGHRS.
Medals about very fine or better, on old and new ribbons.
Arrived in France on 19/09/1914.
He was discharged on 11/08/1916 due to wounds, and is entitled to a silver wounds badge. no 26107.
Comes with research including a newspaper report stating that Edward Mc Cabe was three times wounded ,and a newspaper report stating that he had been charged with assaulting his Wife-case not proven. A report from the Fifeshire Advertiser stating that his Wife had been charged with neglecting her child whilst being intoxicated-her excuse being that her husband was in Hospital recovering from his wounds. Finally a report from the Fife Free Press, and Kircaldy Guardian dated 31 May 1919,stating that his wife was charged with disorderly conduct, and McCabe was charged with obstructing the Officers who tried to arrest her, by pushing them away. He was dismissed with an admonition.
Also comes with a well presented file of research from War and Sons, with war diary entries, medal rolls, etc. etc.

Code: 52544

185.00 GBP


BRITISH WAR AND VICTORY MEDALS TO COPPING-ARMY SERVICE CORPS-DIED 1916

BRITISH WAR AND VICTORY MEDALS TO COPPING-ARMY SERVICE CORPS-DIED 1916

British War and Victory Medals, named to:
TS-8275 DVR G,C.COPPING A.S.C.
Medals about good very fine, on wearing bar, the BWM mounted the wrong way round, Probably worn by a relative.
Private George Carter Copping,T.S./.8275 Army Service Corps, died in on 6th November, 1916 aged 47.The son of James Carter Copping, and Hannah Copping, of St. James, Halesworth, Suffolk. He lived at Bungay, Suffolk, and enlisted in Norwich.
He is buried at St. Hilaire Cemetery, Frevent.

Code: 52543

75.00 GBP