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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
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
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
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 & Memorial Plaque , Pte. East Yorks. R. (8th. Btn.), killed in action, 3/5/1917 Monchy, (Arras) with portrait photo in uniform
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
Distinguished Service Order, (GVR), silver-gilt and enamel, I.G.S 1908, ( EDVII), one clasp, North West Frontier 1908 (Captn. 19th Lancers.) , 1914 Star (Maj. 19/Lncrs.) B.W.M. & Victory these both erased, Delhi Durbar 1911,
D.F.M. group (E11R). The unique award for operations against the Mau Mau, Kenya, 1955 flying an armed Harvard
Unofficial tailors clasps removed from an MGS being ‘Aranjuez Bridge, Cadiz, Tarifa’
Indian Mutiny 2 clasps, Lucknow, Delhi, Gnr. 1st Bn Bengal Artillery
D.C.M. (GV1) group Gordons, having stalked and killed 2/3 enemy snipers was later killed in action falling casualty to a further German sniper
Waterloo,2nd. batt. 35th Regt Foot
Q.S.A 3 clasps including Relief of Mafeking & Relief of Ladysmith, Corporal Imperial Light Horse, a fascinating Welshman’s medal
Waterloo 1815 Captain, 1st Bat. 92nd Highlanders. Commanded a company at Waterloo, and present at the historic Duchess of Richmonds Ball on the eve of Waterloo. Original steel clip and ring suspension
D.C.M., M.M. & Bar, M.I.D. group, 10/West Riding Regt. The D.C.M., bar to the M.M and M.I.D. all for Italy
Korea group, posthumously Mentioned in Despatches, Glosters, Imjin River, senior NCO killed during the last stand of the Glosters 25/4/1951
Colonial Office List 1880 with Services. 870 pages with maps
Book Britain’s Sea Soldiers: a History of the Royal Marines During the War 1914-1919 By General Sir H.E. Blumberg. Origian copy 1927
Distinguished Service Cross ribbon part roll
Four R.A.F. sweetheart broaches
M.M. (GV1) R. Fusiliers. Excellent award for the Western Desert in going forward in his bren carrier and taking an enemy position during which he was wounded and his driver killed
The Army List of Hodson’s Horse, 1857-1928, compilation of Indian Army List entries (officers & native officers from c.1877) for the regiment
Military Cross (GV) and second bar award, 2/Lieut./Capt. 2nd London Regiment with 1914/15 trio and 2 fine citations also wounded
Order of the Bath case only (C.B) (Military) Garrard to the King
East & West Africa clasp Niger 1897 R. Niger Constabulary
Waterloo, 42nd or R. H. Reg. Infantry.
Waterloo, 2nd Batt. Grenad. Guards.
Waterloo 42nd or R.H. Reg. Infantry
Boer War Colenso D.S.O. group, Major , King’s Royal Rifle Corps, severely wounded at Colenso when acting as A.D.C. to Major-General Arthur Fitzroy ‘No-Bobs’ Hart, 5th (Irish) Brigade
Order of the Bath, C.B. (Military) breast badge, 22 carat gold and enamels hallmarks 1815
Naval General Service clasp, Basque Roads 1809
The Royal Guelphic Order, K.C.H. (Military) Knight Commander’s breast star with swords
Colonial Police Medal for Gallantry, GVI, 1st issue, to Sub-Inspr. Ceylon Police L.G. 15/6/1945
Order of the Bath (C.B) (Military) breast badge, gold & enamels, hallmarked London 1815, maker’s mark ‘IN’ for John Northam, complete with correct wide gold swivel-ring suspension and gold ribbon buckle
Brunswick Waterloo, Field Artillery
Queen’s Sudan, War Correspondent , Ludgate Monthly, died during the campaign
Waterloo, Ensign, 4th. Reg. Foot and later as main beneficiary edited and published the private papers of Pitt the Younger
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