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VICTORY MEDAL TO HIGH-BORDER REGIMENT-KILLED IN ACTION ON 4TH JULY 1916-FROM GREAT PLUMSTEAD,NORWICH

Victory Medal,named to: 23196 PTE.R.HIGH.BORD R.
Medal about good very fine.
23196 Pte. Richard High 7th Battalion Border Regimen t was killed in action on 04 July 1916.The Son of Jonathan and Maria High, Great Plumstead Norwich.
He is commemorated on the Thiepval Memorial.
Formerly 18641 Norfolk Regiment.
Sold with copied M.I.C.etc.

Code: 52747

38.00 GBP


1914 STAR TRIO-WADE 1/DRAGOON GUARDS

1914 Star trio,named to: 341 PTE.H.WADE 1/D.GDS(D-341 on pair)
about very fine or better,(341 on star has been re-punched)
Arrived in France 11/11/1914
On original grubby ribbons

Code: 50312

170.00 GBP


MILITARY MEDAL TERRITORIAL GROUP OF FIVE-TO 2- LIEUT BRYCESON-LONDON BRIGADE ROYAL ARTILLERY TERRITORIAL FORCE

Military Medal (George V ) named to:190 SJT.T.G.BRYCESON.C235/LOND.BDE;R.F.A.T.F.
1914/15 Star, named to; 190 CPL.T.G.BRYCESON R.F.A.
British War and Victory Medals, named to:
2 LIEUT T.G.BRYCESON.
Territorial Force Efficiency Medal, named to:
9502404SJT.T.G.BRYCESON R.F.A.
Medals good very fine or better, mounted on bar as worn.
M.M. London Gazette 22th January 1917.
Thomas Gordon Bryceson was born in Kensington, London in 1887.He arrived in France on 15/03/1915,
and was commissioned into the Royal Field Artillery Territorial Force on 15/07/1918.
He died in 1967.
Comes with copied London Gazettes, M.I.C., medal rolls, etc.
For miniature medal group see item no: 52746

Code: 52745

SOLD


1914 STAR AND BAR TRIO WITH LONG SERVICE MEDAL TO WARD-ROYAL FIELD ARTILERY

1914 Star (with genuine AUG-NOV clasp)named to:
47776 FTR.W.H.V.WARD R.F.A.
British War and Victory Medals, named to: 47776 SJT.W.H.V.WARD R.A.
Army Long Service and Good Conduct Medal(George V) named to: 1043492 S.SJT.W.H.V.WARD R.F.A.
Medals about good very fine, slight contact wear, on wearing bar as worn.
William Henry Vines Ward was born at Plumstead in 1890 He attested for the Royal Artillery on 23/02/1904 (Royal Artillery Attestations)
He arrived in France on 14/10/1914 (clasp and roses confirmed)
He is listed on an Army list dated 1932 as Artificer Sergeant Major.
Comes with copied M.I.C.

Code: 52743

215.00 GBP


CAMPAIGN SERVICE MEDAL-NORTHERN IRELAND-TO HANNA -LIGHT INFANTY

Campaign Service Medal, clasp: NORTHERN IRELAND, Named to: 24068279 PTE.R.HANNA LI.
Medal about extremely fine.

Code: 52735

95.00 GBP


GENERAL SERVICE MEDAL/LONG SERVICE PAIR TO MILLER-ROYAL ARTILLERY

General Service Medal (Elizabeth II). clasp: CYPRUS
Army Long Service and Good Conduct Medal (Elizabeth II) clasp: REGULAR ARMY.
Named to: 22547746 SGT.S.MILLER.R.A.
Medals about good very fine, mounted on card

Code: 52734

150.00 GBP


BRITISH EMPIRE MEDAL TO TOWNSEND-WITH ORIGINAL BOX AND KINGS LETTER-AWARDED 1945

British Empire Medal (George VI) named to:
GEORGE TOWNSEND.
Medal about good very fine, on stitched ribbon and wearing pin
Comes with original card box and with the Buckingham Palace letter from the King: George Townsend. Esq., B.E.M. 4th April 1946.
B.E.M. London Gazette 3rd January 1945
George Townsend, Foreman Hardener Crossley Motors Ltd.
Crossley Motors produced military vehicles for the Army and Royal Air Force in WW2.
Sold with copied London Gazette and further research re Crossley Motors.

Code: 52740

205.00 GBP


1914 STAR TRIO-TO CURRY-ROYAL FIELD RESERVE ARTILLERY-FROM WEST HAM-LONDON

1914 Star (with AUG-NOV copy clasp) named to:
11655 DVR H L CURRY R.F.A
British War and Victory Medals, named to:
RFRA-11655 DVR-H.L.CURRY.R.A.
Arrived in France on 19/08/1914.
Medals about good very fine, court mounted for display.
Herbert Leonard Curry was born in West Ham, London around 1893.
He attested as a Special Reservist on February 7th, 1911 with the Royal Field artillery Reserve.
Full set of papers available online.

Code: 52742

SOLD


BRITISH WAR AND VICTORY MEDAL AND BRONZE MEMORIAL PLAQUE--TO HANSLIP SPARKES-NORFOLK REGIMENT KILLED IN ACTION ON 2ND SEPTEMBER 1918

British War and Victory Medals,named to:
43350SJT.H.SPARKS NORF R.
Bronze memorial plaque: HANSLIP SPARKS
Medals and plaque about extremely fine, plaque holed.
Medals on original full length silk ribbons.43350 Serjeant Hanslip Sparks 1st Bn., Norfolk Regiment was killed in action on 2nd September 1918.He enlisted at North Walsham, and is remembered on the VIS-EN-ARTOIS Memorial.
He was the Son of John and Hannah Sparkes of Gladstone Cottages, Littleport Bridge, Ely Cambridgeshire.
See Brothers group see item no 52639

Code: 52638

205.00 GBP


BRITISH EMPIRE MEDAL-ON LADIES BOW-TO MISS MARION S.BLUNDELL-ROOTES SECURITIES

British Empire Medal (George VI) on ladies bow.
Named to: MISS MARIAN S.BLUNDELL .
London Gazette 15th June,1945 Miss Marian Susie Blundell, Women's Personel Officer, Rootes Securities Limited.
Rootes Securities were involved in the production of Aircraft, including the Bristol Blenheim and the Handley-Page Halifax.
Medal about good very fine, mounted on card for display.
Sold with research.

Code: 52729

195.00 GBP