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Auction 166
Medals Medal 1815 to Reubler Staniland, 1st Reg Guards, the edge renamed, Fine with grey tone and clip and ring suspension
£220 London Coins : A166 : Lot 1345 : Waterloo Medal 1815 to Reubler Staniland, 1st Reg Dragoon Guards, the edge renamed, Fine with grey t... London Coins : A166 : Lot 1345 : Waterloo Medal 1815 to Reubler Staniland, 1st Reg Dragoon Guards, the edge renamed, Fine with grey t...

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 162
Tokens a high grade group (5) - Northiam 1794 Arms/Cypher and squirrel DH35 GEF and lustrous, - 1794 DH68 GVF/NEF with traces of lustre, - 1795 Hope and Anchor/Town Arms GEF and lustrous, (2) 1794 Bent stocking and glove/Seated female with anchor and globe DH21 About EF, Norwich 1793 Norwich Barracks/Mountedc Dragoon DH46a EF with a stain on PATRIA
£140

Auction 156
Tokens - Blofield , Queens Bays, Weapons/Mounted Dragoon, plain edge, DH7, GVF and unpriced by Withers, we note the more common tokens of this locality list at £75 in EF
£55 London Coins : A156 : Lot 875 : Halfpenny 18th Century Norfolk - Blofield undated, Queens Bays, Weapons/Mounted Dragoon, plain edge,... London Coins : A156 : Lot 875 : Halfpenny 18th Century Norfolk - Blofield undated, Queens Bays, Weapons/Mounted Dragoon, plain edge,...

Auction 156
Tokens - Blofield 1796 Weapons/Mounted Dragoon, inscribed edge, DH6 EF
£42 London Coins : A156 : Lot 874 : Halfpenny 18th Century Norfolk - Blofield 1796 Weapons/Mounted Dragoon, inscribed edge, DH6 EF London Coins : A156 : Lot 874 : Halfpenny 18th Century Norfolk - Blofield 1796 Weapons/Mounted Dragoon, inscribed edge, DH6 EF

Auction 156
Tokens (6) 1794 Glove/Female seated DH21, Norwich 1794 Muff and Tippet/Umbrella, stocking, hat and glove, Plain rounded edge DH22, Norwich Brandy Bottle/Hope DH23, Norwich undated Hope/Cornucopia DH26, Norwich 1792 Loom/Arms DH38, Norwich 1793 Mounted Dragoon/Barracks, Plain edge DH47a NVF to GVF
£40

Auction 142
Medals Pair to Pte J.Ward 5th Guards, Queens four bars of Ladysmith, Orange Free State, Transvaal, Laing's Nek. King's South Africa two bars S.A. 1901 & S.A. 1902 (4325 Pte J.Ward 5th Dragoon Guards) GVF.
£220

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