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London Coins Auction 165
Grange Hotel Bracknell, Charles Square, Bracknell, Berkshire, RG12 1ED
London Coins Auction 166
Grange Hotel Bracknell, Charles Square, Bracknell, Berkshire, RG12 1ED

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Auction 164
78th Company London Yeomanry/2nd London Yeomanry, Boer War and World War I a group of five to comprising Queen's South Africa Medal with five bars Cape Colony, Orange Free State, Transvaal, South Africa 1901 and South Africa 1902, to 24411 Tpr. L.O Morgan, with World War I Medal, 1914-15 Star, World War I Victory Medal and Territorial Force Efficiency Medal VF to EF awarded to 987 Pte.L.O.Morgan, the Star and Victory medals both privately engraved, along with a further group of 1914-15 Stars to South African Regiments (6) Cpl.F.H.Pratt 1st. S.A.M.R awarded for service in the Boer Rebellion and German S.W.Africa. Taken prisoner of war at Sandfontein 26/9/1914 and served 1902-1924.Lt.S.G.Grewar, 1st South Africa Regiment, Pte. W.S.Williams Kalahari Horse, awarded for service in the Boer Rebellion and German S.W.Africa 1914-1915, Pte.J.Baker Enslins Horse, awarded for service in the Boer Rebellion and German S.W.Africa 1914-1915, Pte.J.J.Van Aswegen Brands. F.S Rifles, Burg P.G.Greyling Heidelberg KDO, VF to EF £220

Auction 164
A group of five to 824522 Sergt. E.Little comprising India General Service Medal (as Gnr.) George V with North West Frontier clasp 1935, India General Service Medal (as Gnr.) George VI with North West Frontier clasp 1936-37, mentioned in dispatches, World War II Defence Medal, War Medal 1939-1945 and Police Long Service and Good Conduct Medal EF to UNC mounted as worn £240

Auction 164
Afghanistan Medals (3) Second Afghan War 1878-80 awarded to 2107 Pte.T.Dempsey, East Riding Regiment of Foot (2nd/15th Foot) no bars VF/NEF. Enlisted 9/9/1878, Discharged 6/9/1890, Second Afghan War 1878-80 awarded to Sepoy Jolhico Malura, 4th Ghoorka Regiment (Ghurkas) Fine, Second Afghan War 1878-80 awarded to 2067 Pte.C.Percival with two clasps, Ahmed Khel and Kandahar, 2nd/60th Rifles (King's Royal Rifle Corps) NVF, along with miniature aluminium copy, Pte.Percival served 1866-1887 and was discharged 1/3/1887. Also entitled to Kabul to Kandahar Star £320

Auction 164
General Service Medal with Palestine bar, awarded to 3952993 Pte.G.Carpenter Welch. Regiment. NEF/EF. The First Regiment was deployed to Palestine to suppress the Arab Revolt, then sent on to North Africa and participated in the Western District Campaign, then sent to Crete in 1941 where Pte. Carpenter was taken Prisoner of War in June 1941. Queen's South Africa Medal awarded to 3rd Class Trooper 2867 R.F.Bruce with two bars Orange Free State and Cape Colony. GVF. Enlisted 1/5/1901, Died Boskop 11/11/1901 of enteric fever. Scottish Regiments (3) World War I Medals (2) the first to 10234 Pte.J.Scott 2nd Argyle and Sutherland Highlanders, VF. Pte. Scott was killed in action in France 9/3/1915, (also entitled to 1914 Star and bar). He is buried at Ration Farm Military Cemetery, La Chapelle-Darmentieres VI. M.3. The second to 7220 Pte.D.Taylor 1st regiment of Scots Fusiliers, VF. Pte. Taylor was killed in action in France 13/11/1916. (also entitled to 1914 Star and bar). He is buried at Thiepval Memorial Pier and Face 3C. 1914-15 Star awarded to 17560 Pte.W.Pilkington, 1st King's Own Scottish Borderers EF. Pte. Pilkington was wounded in Gallipoli on 4/6/1915 and died of his wounds 7/6/1915. Sussex Yeomanry Casualty World War I Medal to 2040 Private R.S.Paterson, SUSS.YEO, EF. Enlisted 7/10/1915 in Egypt, transferred Royal Engineers and died of wounds Royal Sussex Regiment 23/10/1918, with copy of service record, entitled to 1914/1915 Star and Victory Medals £320

Auction 164
India General Service Medal, awarded to 522 Pte.J.H.Morton 2nd R.W Surrey Rgt. With 2 clasps BURMA 1885-7 and BURMA 1887-9 About EF, India Medal awarded to 9470 Sgt. R.Huxstep 3rd Rifle Brigade with Punjab Frontier 1897-98 bar. GVF. Enlisted Canterbury 25/2/1888, discharged unfit 28/2/1899, died in Minster Workhouse, Kent, having served 10 Years in India, India Medal 1895 with two bars Punjab Frontier 1897-98 and Tirah 1897-98, First Gurkhas, 2nd Battalion awarded to Boy Naick Chalurdal Limbu, Gurkha Rifles, VF, along with World War I 1914-15 Casualty stars (2) awarded to 1425 Sepoy Diwan Singh 1/69 Punjabis GVF, killed in action at the Battle of Loos, France, 25/9/1915 and Nk.Jiwan Singh 53/Sikhs F.F. GVF. Killed in action in Mesopotamia 8/3/1916, £220

Auction 164
Naval General Service Medal , the edges filed and renamed with John Duckworth now on the edge, with Guadeloupe clasp, VF cleaned £260 London Coins : A164 : Lot 749 : Naval General Service Medal , the edges filed and renamed with John Duckworth now on the edge, with ... London Coins : A164 : Lot 749 : Naval General Service Medal , the edges filed and renamed with John Duckworth now on the edge, with ...

Auction 164
Northumberland Fusiliers trio comprising Queen's South Africa Medal with two bars Cape Colony and South Africa 1902, awarded to 3995 Pte.R.Rowe 127th Company of Imperial Yeomanry VF, 1914-15 Star awarded to 12-11371 Corporal R.Rowe, EF, and World War I Medal also to Corporal R.Rowe NEF, Corporal Rowe died of wounds in France 30/9/1915 and is buried at Lapugnoy Military Cemetery I.C.22, Queen's South Africa Medals (2) the first with 3 bars Cape Colony, Paardeberg and Johannesburg, awarded to 20804 Dvr.W.J.Mercer, Royal Field Artillery, NEF. Comes with card stating that Dvr.Mercer died 20/6/1903 with 66 Battery, the second with 4 bars, South Africa 1901, Transvaal, Orange Free State and Cape Colony, awarded to 7269 Bugler R.W.Hall 2nd Lancashire Fusiliers. NEF. Enlisted London, declared unfit 27/7/1902 £320

Auction 164
Royal Navy and Royal Fleet Reserve a casualty group of six to J.6047 A.Knowles (P.O 15106) A.B, R.N 1914/1915 Star, War and Victory medals, World War II and Defence Medal and a Royal Navy Volunteer Reserve, Long Service Good Conduct Medal, with George VI scroll naming Able Seaman Knowles, GVF to EF, displayed with the scroll all in a glass frame: Able Seaman Knowles died aged 50 on 15/12/1943 £150

Auction 164
World War I (12) World War I Medals (5) awarded respectively to 7403 Pte.J.Watkins 2nd South Lancashire Regiment VF. Killed in action France 24/10/1914. He is buried at Le Touret Memorial. Panel 23., to 7759 Pte.G.M.Fairfax 1st East Yorkshire Regiment, GVF. Killed in action France 24/3/1915, He is buried at Houplines Communal Cemetery Extension II. E.22, to 4986 Sergt. C.Atkinson 2nd York and Lancaster Regiment. He was killed in action in France 21/3/1918. He is buried at Arras Memorial Bay 8., to 1928 Dvr. Piran Ditta R.A. GVF. Killed in action in Mesopotamia 1-31 Oct. 1916, to Pte. N.CF.Fredericks. 1st Cape Corps. NVF. Pte. Fredericks was washed overboard off H.M.S.Tuna in the Indian Ocean 11/7/1917. 1914-1915 Stars (3) awarded respectively to 4030 Pte.W.Murray 11th Lancashire Fusiliers. EF. Killed in action in France 25/9/1917, he is buried at Arras Memorial Bay 5., to Pte. A.P.Stock Machine Gun Detachment. NEF. Pte. Stock was discharged unfit ex- East Africa 30/10/1917, he died 19/11/1925, to Sgt.F.V.Harris 11th Mounted Rifles (Patchefstroom Ruiters, a part of South Africa's Active Citizen Force.) EF. Sgt. Harris was awarded this for service in German S.W.Africa. Wounded East Africa April 1916 and died of malaria 29/1/1917 as Sergt.Major. World War I pair awarded to 2550 Rfmn.Nawab Din 1at.125th Rifles (Napier's Rifles) 1914-15 Star and World War I Victory medal. VF to GVF. Rfmn. Din was killed in action in Givenchy, France 20/12/1914, He is buried at Meerut Military Cemetery, St. Martin-les-Boulognei. A. 18. The heavy casualties suffered in the Battle of Givenchy caused a temporary ceasefire which led to the Christmas truce of 1914. World War I Victory Medals to two brothers (2) the first awarded to 10990 Pte.H.Cuthbertson 2nd. Scots Guards, GEF. Pte Cuthbertson died of wounds Neuve Chapelle, March 1915, the second awarded to 243077 Gnr.A.L.Cuthbertson, D.Battery 44 Brigade (Howitzers) R.F.A, (listed as Signaller on the CWGC website) GEF. Killed in action in Belgium 2/11/1918, and is buried at Tournai Communal Cemetery Allied Extension V. K.10 along with a further group of World War I (13) 1914-1915 Stars (5) 14614 Pte.F.Hardy 7th Somerset Light Infantry, About EF, Pte.Hardy was killed in action in France 3/9/1916 and is buried at Guillemont Road Cemetery, Guillemont XIV. I.4,2317 Pte.E.G.Burling (Lance Corporal on CWGC website) 2nd Northumberland Fusiliers. EF lacquered. He died of wounds in France 11/3/1915 and is buried at Wimereux Communal Cemetery I. D.21A, the second awarded to 1605 Pte. W.Armstrong, Durham Light Infantry. EF. Killed in action in Belgium 2/3/1916, he is buried at Railway Dugouts Burial Ground (Transport Farm) II B.24.273229 Pte.E.Grant 2nd Loyal North Lancashire Regiment. NEF. He was present at the Battle of Tanga, German East Africa 4/11/1914, 8725 Pte.J.Friend 4th Royal Fusiliers, NEF, Pte. Friend was killed in action in France 3/12/1916 and is buried at Etaples Military Cemetery XX. D.14A, the 4th Battalion served on the Western Front at Mons and Le Cateau, World War I Victory Medals (2) 15463 Pte. H.Wilson 1st King's Royal Rifle Corps (L/Cpl on CWGC website), a P.C. in the Hong Kong Police until 1915, he was killed in action at Dellvile Wood 27/7/1916, and is buried at Thiepval Memorial, Pier and Face 13A and 13B, 203155 Pte.J.Millership, South Staffordshire Regiment EF, Pte. Millership was wounded 31/7/1917, then killed in action with 1st and 2nd Monmouthshire Regiment 20/1/1918. He is buried at Oxford Road Cemetery V.K.15, World War I Medals (6) 9665 Pte.C.H.Butler 1st Berkshire Regiment. NEF. He was killed in action in France 16/5/1915 and is buried at Rue-des-Berceaux Military Cemetery, Richebourg-L'Avoue II.F.4, (also entitled to the 1914 Star and bar). The second awarded to 28713 Pte.W.H.Cardew 2nd Light Oxford and Buckinghamshire Light Infantry. NEF. Pte.Cardew was killed in action in France 5/12/1917 and is buried at Cambrai Memorial Louverval, Panel 7. The third awarded to 29947 Pte.E.G.Beer, 5th Duke of Cornwall's Light Infantry, NEF. Pte.Beer died of wounds in France 20/4/1918 and is buried at Cabaret-Rouge British Cemetery, Souchez VIII.H.12, 31633 Pte. F.Worthington, King's Shropshire Light Infantry. GVF. Died of wound in France 5/5/1918. He is buried at Arneke British Cemetery II. C.9. ,41468 Gnr.A Sale R.A. Z battery 5th Brigade, Royal Horse Artillery, NEF, Gnr.Sale was killed in action in France 24/4/1917 and is buried at Bois-Carre British £480

Auction 164
World War I (4) 1914 Star with 'Mons' bar, awarded to 9268 Sergt. J.W.Jones 2nd King's Own Yorkshire Light Infantry, NEF. Sergt. Jones saw action at Le Cateau, and was one of many taken Prisoner of War at Le Cateau. The rear-guard action at the scene enabled the BEF to retreat from the German Army. 1914-1915 Stars (3) 10770 Pte.C.West 1st Essex Regiment. NEF. Killed in action Cape Helles, Gallipoli 6/8/1915. On August 6 1915 the 1st Essex and 88th Brigade were ordered 'Over The Top' at Cape Helles, sustaining heavy casualties including Pte.West. He is buried at Twelve Tree Copse Cemetery Sp.Mem.C.394, 17207 Pte.F Robbins 20th Manchester Regiment. NEF. Wounded on the first day of the Battle of the Somme, 1/7/1916, died of wounds in France 3/7/1916 buried Daours Communal Cemetery Extension II.B.6, 5952 Gunner F.Coker, Royal Canadian Horse Artillery. About EF. enlisted 23/9/1914 Valcatier, Canada as part of Canada's Expeditionary Force. The Force, including Gunner Coker, fought in the second Battle of Ypres, Battle of the Somme 1916, buried Pas de Calais, Noeux-Les-Mines Communal Cemetery Extension II.A.17 £140

Auction 164
World War I and World War II a varied group (52) includes Belgium Commemorative World War I in bronze (3), Belgium Knight order of Leopold II, Belgium Jus de Grenier (5), Poland World War II Cross of Merit (2), France and Germany Star, Russia Veteran of Labour in silver, African medal 1940-1945 awarded to Belgian Military who served in Africa during World War II (Belgian forces served in the colonies of the Congo and Ruanda-Urundi and also in Nigeria, Libya, Egypt, Sudan, Palestine and Madagascar during the conflict) (6), Belgium Medal for the Prisoners of War 1940-1945, Belgium Medal for the 1940-1945 War (3), along with other examples from Belgium and Poland, along with St. Johns Ambulance Association medal with bars from 1922 to 1936, and other decorative paranumismatic items, in mixed grades £220

Auction 164
World War I Medals (15) all recipients but one, either killed in action or died of wounds, awarded to the following:- 12112 Pte. R.Phillips 15th Royal Irish Rifles (North Belfast), VF. Pte.Phillips was killed in action in France 20/1/1916 and is buried at Miraumont Communal Cemetery C.1, 16887 Pte.P.Connor 8th Regiment of Irish Fusiliers. GVF. The 8th Regiment saw action at the Battles of Guillemont and Ginchy. Pte.Connor died of wounds in France 24/6/1916. He is buried at Bethune Town Cemetery V.E.75, D-9505 Pte.W.H.Allen 4th Dragoon Guards (Royal Irish). NEF. Killed in action, Battle for La Bassee 1/11/1914, buried Ypres Menin Gate Memorial Panel 3-5.Also entitled to 1914 Star and bar. 19056 Pte.A.Nicholas 9th Devon Regiment. NEF. Pte. Nicholas was killed in action on the first day of the Battle of the Somme, France 1/7/1916. Buried Somme, Thiepval Memorial, Pier and face 1C, 2052D Seaman J.Flynn Royal Naval Reserve, H.M.S.Goliath, GVF. killed in action off Gallipoli 13/5/1915, buried at Plymouth Naval Memorial 8. HMS Goliath was sunk after being hit by three torpedoes from the Ottoman destroyer Mauvenet-i Milliye losing 570 of her 750 crew, 29447 Pte.J.Mullen R.INNES.FUS 1st Royal Inniskilling Fusiliers (Mullan on CWGC). About EF. Killed in action in France, 19/5/1917, buried Arras Memorial, Bay 6. The 1st Battalion, which had been serving in India, returned home in January 1915, it was then landed at Cape Helles, Gallipoli, as part of the 87th Brigade in the 29th Division in April 1915. It was evacuated from Gallipoli in January 1916, then landed in Marseille in March 1916 for service on the Western Front, 2nd Lieutenant A.Bartlett Royal Welsh Fusiliers, NEF. Died of Wounds as a POW France, aged 32, 12/4/1918, buried Royal Irish Rifles Graveyard, Laventie Cemetery, 2nd Lieutenant A.P.Male Machinegun Corps Officer, enlisted 13th London Regiment 25/4/1911, commissioned 3/12/1915 NEF. Killed in action Bourlon Wood 23/11/1917 on the first day of battle, buried Cambrai Memorial, Louverval, also entitled to 1914 Star and bar with 13th London Regiment, 3665 Pte.A.Rhydwen, Welsh Guards, NEF. Pte.Rhydwen was killed in action in France 3/5/1918, Buried Bienvillers Military Cemetery, Pas de Calais XVII.C.9, 4474 Sepoy Kala Khan 58th Rifles. (58th Vaughan's Rifles, Frontier Force) NEF. Killed in action, Palestine 14/4/1918. Buried Heliopolis (Port Tewfik) Memorial. 4751 Pte.J.Dowling 1st Leinster Regiment VF. Pte.Dowling died of wounds in France 15/5/1915 and is buried at Boulogne Eastern Cemetery VIII. D.7., 8841 Pte.A.Mawhenney 2nd Irish Guards (Mawhinney on CWGC website). EF. died 31/7/1917 buried Ypres, Menin Gate, Belgium (Panel 11), 8890 Pte.F.C.Brown 2nd Kings Own Royal Lancashire Regiment. NEF. Pte. Brown was born in Ahmednagar, India enlisted in Winchester, UK, and was killed in action 8/5/1915 at the second Battle of Ypres. This battle is the first recorded use of poison gas on the Western Front, and over 300 men were killed in the last German assault on Frezenberg, He is buried ay Ypres Menin Gate Memorial, Panel 12, Capt. J.M.Fonseca R.A.M.C, First Welsh Field Ambulance, 53rd Welsh Division, served in Gallipoli 1914. NEF. The 53rd Welsh Division landed at Sulva Bay 8/8/1915, with only three officers, and after 4 months became part of the Suez Canal Defence Force. World War I Victory Medal awarded to 5-2688 Pte. J.H.Boardman 1st Royal Irish Rifles. VF. Killed in action during the Battle of the Somme (Battle for Ancre Heights) 23/10/1916, buried Somme, Thiepval Memorial Pier and face 15A and 15B £460

Auction 164
World War I Medals (7) awarded respectively to Frank Theaker, Master of the S.S.Flowergate, He died in the British Hospital , Buenos Aires 25/1/1926 GVF, to Driver M.Russell, 1st Regiment South African Field Artillery, NEF. Driver Russell was born in Scotland, enlisted in Johannesburg, South Africa 28/5/1917 and died in Egypt 17/12/1918. He is buried at Kantara War Cemetery E.335, John Duncan, Second Engineer on S.S.Crispin, S.S.Crispin was torpedoed 14 miles south of Hook Point, County Wexford on 29/3/1917, when Second Engineer Duncan was killed along with four others in the Engine Room. He is buried at Tower Hill Memorial, to John Duncan, Second Engineer on S.S.Crispin, S.S.Crispin was torpedoed 14 miles south of Hook Point, County Wexford on 29/3/1917, when Second Engineer Duncan was killed along with four others in the Engine Room. He is buried at Tower Hill Memorial, to Joseph H.Cooper, 1st Engineer on S.S.Rosario, VF. S.S.Rosario was torpedoed South West of Ireland 18/8/1917 when 1st Engineer Cooper was drowned, to W-2943 Driver. J.Thomas R.A Royal Field Artillery, 38th Trench Mortar Battery, EF. Died of wounds France 30/3/1918, buried Mervill Communal Cemetery Extension III. C.19, London Gazette entry for Military Medal on 26/5/1917, to 5087 Pte.D.Horn 1st Scots Guards. NEF. Pte. Horn was killed in action in France 25/1/1915 and is buried at Arras Road Cemetery, Roclincourt II. K.12, and 13103 Pte.D.Douglas 2nd Coldstream Guards. NEF. Pte. Douglas was killed in action in France 30/11/1917 and is buried at Cambrai Memorial, Louverval, Panel 2, along with World War I awarded to two brothers: World War I Medal with Mentioned in Dispatches Oak Leaf, awarded to Lieut-Col. A.P.Liston-Foulis. NEF. Lieut-Col. Liston-Foulis (the son of Baronet Foulis of Colinton) was mentioned in dispatches 4/7/1913 on his promotion from Captain to Major. He was killed in action in Cambrai, France 30/11/1917, and is buried at Gouzeaucourt New British Cemetery IV. A.3, World War I Victory Medal awarded to Lieut G.M. Liston-Foulis, Seaforth Highlanders, NEF. Lieut.G.M.Liston-Foulis, Durham Light Infantry, was commissioned to Northern Russia in November 1915. He fought in the Archangel Expedition in 24 Oct.1918 to 17 Jun.1919 in North Russia, He died in Edinburgh 10/6/1957 £240

Auction 164
World War II Defence Medal, World War II War Medal, and St. John's Ambulance medal all mounted on a bar with ribbons EF £30 London Coins : A164 : Lot 761 : World War II Defence Medal, World War II War Medal, and St. John's Ambulance medal all mounted ... London Coins : A164 : Lot 761 : World War II Defence Medal, World War II War Medal, and St. John's Ambulance medal all mounted ...

Auction 164
World War II Dunkirk Evacuation group of nine to Craftsman W.A.Bassett, Wiltshire Regiment, 1939/45 Star, Defence and War Medals, Africa Star with 8th Army clasp, France and Germany Star, Dunkirk Medal, Somme 1940 Medal, Veteran's Cross and European Allied Combatant's Medal, NEF to GEF all with certificates, War Pension Papers showing Army Notice of Discharge from Psychoneurosis in March 1946, Soldier's Service and Paybook, and Regular Army Service Book showing enlistment in the Wiltshire Regiment in 1937, BEF in France September 1939 until the Dunkirk Evacuation 31st May 1940, transfer to RAC in 1941, North Africa 1942, transfer to REME until discharge in 1946 £100

Auction 161
India Medal The 914 Naga Star taking the form of a Silver One Rupee Coin 1940 , with accompanying paperwork to Major A.F.Lockyer - Royal Engineers VF. Plaque 85mm x 15mm Edmund H.Oliver, Killed in France August 19th 1916 Age 20 Yrs., as part of a group of pins, buttons, badges and medals, a USA seal and a 90mm diameter FAO Technical Co-Operation medal 1982 uniface with the years calendar GVF (lot) £100

Auction 156
Cuba, Order of Military Merit, Good Conduct, in bronze gilt, blue enamel, with blue ribbon VF £75

Auction 156
Cuba, Order of Military Merit, in bronze 51mm x 71mm EF, with suspension loop, no ribbon £75

Auction 156
Cuba, Order of Military Merit, Special Conduct, in bronze gilt, green enamel, with green ribbon VF £75

Auction 156
Group of six awarded to Lieutenant Commander J.E.Pontet, Atlantic Star, Burma Star, 1939-45 Star, 1939-45 War Medal, Defence medal, Volunteer Reserve Decoration EF cased along with Institute of Medical Social Workers badge, this along with details of Military Service History and family tree £60

Auction 154
First World War Medals (6), British War & Victory Medal pairs to Pte. Queen's Regt. & Sjt. A.S.C. Victory Medals Liverpool Regt & A.V.C. dog tags (2). Generally GVF. £95

Auction 154
GB Victory Medal World War I to Pte.W.Green 201349 K.S.L.I, Sweden Grand Order of the Amaranth, Russia 40th Anniversary of the End of World War II, Belgium Adolphe Max Bourgmestre Justice-Vigilance-Charite medal, Germany Third Reich 1936 Heinrich Vogt Pforzheim, Belgium European War Medal 1914, Belgium 'WELKOM IN GENT medal 1872, along with an additional three early 20th Century prize medals, all base metal, in mixed grades £70

Auction 154
Second World War Medals (8), 1939-45 Star (2), Africa Star, Italy Star, Defence Medal, War Medal (3), together with a sports and swimming medal (10). GVF. £46

Auction 153
Germany, Third Reich, Iron Cross 1939, Second Class, Winter Campaign 1941/42 medal, NSDAP Long Service Award, 3rd class, bronze. Together with a Prussian 1870-1871 (Franco-Prussian War) medal, bronze £90

Auction 150
Delhi Durbar Medal 1911, silver. Together with a miniature in silver. GVF. (2). £80

Auction 150
Imperial Service Medals (2), GVR (Thomas Russell), GVIR (Edith Ellen Swallow). In cases of issue. EF. (2) £32

Auction 150
Military Medal group of four to Cpl H.E.Chambers R.E., Military Medal, GV. Issue (95186 L.Cpl. 102/F. Coy. R.E.) 1914-15 Star (Spr. R.E.), British War & Victory Medals (2-Cpl. R.E.). GVF. (4). M.M. London Gazette 9.12.1916. £360

Auction 150
Royal Engineers Captain Francis Fowke (1825-1865) prize medal 58mm diameter in silver by G.T.Morgan Eimer 1581, the edge engraved with SECOND LIEUTENANT H.MOOR, R.E. 1935, UNC with some hairlines, in the case of issue £100

Auction 150
World War I 1914-1915 Star Trio awarded to 2191 Pte. C.E.Simmons Oxford and Buckinghamshire Light Infantry About EF, World War I 1914-1915 Star Trio awarded to 1425 Pte. A.J.Ginn Lancashire Fusiliers EF, along with sport prize medals (3) in silver two for table tennis, one for the High Wycombe Cricket league, boxed, in mixed grades £140

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