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Order of the Bath (C.B) (Military) breast badge, gold & enamels, hallmarks ‘AJS’ a Strachan 1828 ‘Economy’ issue. A rare one year type
N.G.S. 2 clasps, Arabian Peninsula, Brunei, C.S.M. clasp Borneo, Pte. Royal Marines
N.G.S. clasp Brunei, C.S.M. clasp Borneo, Pte. Royal Marines
Q.S.A. single clasp Belmont, Pte. L.N. Lancs. R killed in action Graspan 24/11/1899
B.W.M., Victory & Memorial Plaque, Rifle Bde. (9th. Btn.) died of wounds, 27/5/1917
I.G.S. 1854, clasp Perak, 1-10th Regt
Crimea 3 clasps, Alma, Inkermann, Sebastopol, officially impressed (Gr.& Dr. 11th Bn. R.A.), L.S.G.C. (11th By. R.A.) Turkish Crimea (named 8th. By.)
Military General Service, 3 clasps, 3rd Foot, wounded at Plattsburg, North America, September 1814, and previously at Maya, 1813
Egypt 1882 clasp Tel-el-Kebir, 1/Cameron Highrs.
D.S.M. (GV1) group P.O. Telegraphist fine submarines award H.M.S. Unswerving for war patrols in the Aegean, March – October 1944, during which time she accounted for the sinking of 7 vessels
Indian Mutiny clasp, Lucknow, Ensign 42nd Highlanders
Q.S.A 5 clasps including Defence of Ladysmith, & K.S.A. Royal Field Artillery
South Atlantic 1982, with rosette (AB(S) H.M.S. Glamorgan), C.S.M. clasp, Gulf (AB(S) D157672S RN). Glamorgan was hit by bombs 1/5/1982 and by an exocet 12/6/1982
Silver ribbon buckle Naval General Service width
B.W.M., Victory & Memorial Plaque, Dvr. R. Artillery, wounded, taken prisoner of war, Chapelle Armentieres 27/5/1918 and died in enemy hands, 15/10/1918, buried Berlin
B.W.M., Victory 22/Northumberland Fus. (3rd Tyneside Scottish) killed in action, 6/9/1918 La Bassee, previously severely wounded 15/10/1917
Military General Service, 3 clasps, with Sahagun & Benevente, 7th Light Dragoons, wounded in the neck at Benevente. The scarcest Peninsula casualty medal.
Q.S.A. clasp Talana, Dundee Rifle Association
The Order of Merit, (EDVII), Civil Division neck badge, gold and enamels, ‘Collingwood & Co.Case of issue
Naval General Service, clasp, St. Domingo, named in the rank of Gunner
B.W.M., Victory 2.Lieutenant. served Northumberland Fusiliers
Indian Mutiny, no clasp, (Regt. S. Major, 4th Eurpn. Lt. Cavy.), Indian Army L.S. G.C., (V.R.), 1st issue, H.E.I.C. arms obverse Sergt. Major, 10th Regt. L.C. 15th Jan. 1857).
D.S.O. (GV) group to Vice-Admiral R.N. killed in action, Commodore commanding Convoy SC-94, a destroyer commander at the battles of Dogger Bank, Heligoland Bight and Jutland.(MID). 1 of 2 R.N. officers for Aro 1901-02
Indian Mutiny no clasp, 92nd Foot
Fine Parachute Regiment group of 8. N. Ireland, Afghanistan, Iraq, Accumulated CSM, L.S.G.C. A 23 year man
Q.S.A. (partly corrected), 1914 Star & bar trio, 2/Durham Li. Inf. severely wounded Ypres 14/9/1914 discharged 1916. With portrait photograph
Order of the Bath, K.C.B. (Military) breast star, silver with gold and enamel centre, c. 1815-20, 80mm diameter, the reverse fitted with silver double-prong pin for wearing, most probably of Portuguese manufacture
family group, 1914/15 trio Pte Durham L.I. killed in action 20/10/1917 also 3 times wounded, and B.W.M. to his sister , Wkr.Q.M.A.A.C.
Egypt, 1882, 4 clasps, 1/Gordon Highlanders, Tel-El-Kebir, Suakin 1884, El-Teb-Tamaai, The Nile, 1884-85
Q.S.A. with Talana, Defence of Ladysmith, King’s Royal Rifle Corps
B.W.M., Victory & Sunderland Peace Medal, Pte.Somerset Light Infantry wounded First Day of the Somme 1/7/1916 with photo in hospital uniform
1914/15 trio & Memorial Plaque, Northumberland Fus. killed in action (1st Btn.) 16/6/1915 Belleward Ridge, with photo, named boxes of issue, plaque contained in fine Maltese Cross frame
D.S.M. group Chief Engine Room Artificer, superb submarine award 1940, H.M.S Traiad, for patrols off the Norwegian coast and later killed in action during a close action submarine to submarine surface action when Traiad was sunk with all hands
D.S.M. (GVI) ( Y.S.)‘For bravery in action and under fire at Tobruk. A rare Naval land award
Crimea, 3 clasps, Balaklava, Inkermann, Sebastopol , 5th Dn. Gds. Officially impressed naming, Heavy Brigade
1914/15 trio, East Yorks R. killed in action with Yorks. & Lancs.. Regt., (9th. Btn.) Polygon Wood, 1/10/1917. previously wounded first day of Loos, 25/9/1915, with copy service papers
1914/15 trio & Memorial Plaque , Pte. East Yorks. R. (8th. Btn.), killed in action, 3/5/1917 Monchy, (Arras) with portrait photo in uniform
Order of the Bath (K.C.B) (Civil) neck badge, silver gilt, hallmarks 1907, breast Star, silver, gold & enamels, Garrard to the Crown, case of issue, full ribbon with original fitments
Waterloo 2nd Batt. 95th Reg. wounded at Waterloo, original clip & ring
Waterloo 1st Batt. 71st. Reg. Foot.
Egypt, 1882, 3 clasps, Piper, 1/Royal Highlanders, Tel-El-Kebir, El-Teb, Suakin 1884
Military General Service, clasp Java, 59th Foot wounded in the assault on Fort Cornelis, Java, 26/8/1811 and discharged in consequence
Military General Service, 4 clasps, Corporal 92nd Foot, wounded and prisoner of war on the Heights of Maya , (Pyrenees), 25 July 1813 and severely wounded at Quatres Bras, 16 June, 1815
A unique combination of Great War ‘Aces’ M.C. and bar, WW2 D.F.C. group Leicester Yeomanry & R.F.C., R.A.F. flying two tours in WW2, 1940 and 1944 by then aged 52, together with his son’s Second World War D.F.C. group killed in action
The Roll of The Imperial Yeomanry, Scottish Horse & Lovats Scouts- 2nd Boer War 1899-1902 Second edition by Aplin
Light Horse Calvacade, History of the Light Horse 1899-1961
D.S.O. & Second bar Award, Q.S.A. 1914 trio, Croix de Guerre, R. Engineers, wounded by gunshot on four occasions, four times M.I.D.
Conspicuous Gallantry Medal group. A rare Great War Arabian Coast operations group of six A.B. R.N., for his gallant part in the landings and capture of Salif in June 1917, later served as one of the Honour Guard at the funeral of the Unknown Warrior
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