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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
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
Orange Free State
Waterloo, 2nd or R.N. Brit. Reg. Drag.
Gawilghur an old good quality tailor’s copy
R.N.R. Decoration case only Royal Mint
Medal case only, King’s Medal for Courage, Ladies case
Medal Case only, Order of the Indian Empire, C.I.E. breast badge, Garrard to the Crown Victorian case
Medal Case only, Royal Household Faithful Service Medal (E11R)
Order of the Bath case only (C.B) (Military) Garrard to the King
G.C.M.G. sash only
Order of Merit (Military Division) group, Admiral of the Fleet, Hon Sir Henry Keppel, Commanded the Rl. Naval Bde. at the siege and fall of Sebastopol, commanded the Squadron at the destruction of the Chinese war junks at the Battle of Fatshan Creek.
Sudan 1910, Fasher (Clasp only)
Naval General Service, 3 clasps, Basque Roads 1809, Anse La Barque 18 Decr 1809, Guadaloupe , Lieutenant R.N. (later Rear Adm. ret. R.N.)
1914/15 trio & Memorial Plaque, Lieutenant, East Yorks, formerly Sergeant 24/Sportsman’s Battn. R. Fus.
Royal Victorian Order, (G.C.V.O.), Grand Cross breast star, and sash badge, silver gilt and enamels, both officially numbered 679, part original sash
Indian Mutiny clasp Central India 12th. Lancers
Indian Mutiny clasp, Central India 71st Highd. L.I.
3 x Foreign Office Diplomatic and Consular Year Books 1943 – 1952 – 1955 with services
British Empire Medal, GV1 Government Pilot Boat, Bermuda for the rescue of 2 of the 4 survivors of a DC4 airliner which crashed in Bermuda waters
1914 Star and bar trio Memorial Plaque , 1/K.R.R.C. killed in action 19/9/1914
China 1842, 2 clasps, China 1842, Canton 1857 James Lucks, Petty Offr, H.M.S. Wellesley),
Al Valore Militaire ‘Spedizione D’Oriente Crimea award Captain, 2. Zouaves
Albert Medal for Land minature
Waterloo, Troop. Sergeant Major, 23rd Reg. Light Dragoon
Military Medal, (EIIR), group, (Duke of Wellingtons), For gallantry in close quarter action, on patrol in Korea on 17 May 1953 ‘Wounded and single handed he inflicted many casualties upon the enemy and enabled the men of his patrol to return unscathed’
I.G.S. 1854, clasp Perak, 10th Foot
I.G.S.. 1854 clasp Northwest Frontier, 3rd. Bn. Rif. Bde.
Order of the Bath (C.B) (Military) G111 hallmarks for 1818
Waterloo 1815 Captain, 3rd Batt. 14th Reg. Foot. served with Lord Lake in India 1807, commanded the light Company at Waterloo, storming of Cambrai and taking of Paris and commanded the 23rd in Canada 1838 during the rebellion
Korea, Naval LSGC & Bar & E11R Naval MSM
Boer War, 1914 Star & bar group, Lieut. Welsh Regiment killed in action, Aisne , September, 1914
D.S.O. (GV1), D.F.C. & Bar (GV1), (all immediate awards) A.F.C. (E11R) as test pilot Boscombe Down, with AirEfficiency award. A stunning group by combination and absolute quality of all awards. 105 ops all 21 Sqdn. (Blenheim/Mosquito)
Q.S.A. Raised dates, Strathcona’s Horse, wounded and well documented
Military Medal, Crowned Head pair North West Frontier 1935.Duke of Wellington’s Regiment/K.O.Y.L.I. wounded and decorated for the capture of a ridge at Dand Banda 23/8/1935
I.G.S. 1854 clasp Hazara 1891 in bronze, 14th Bengal Infantry
Saxe-Coburg-Saalfeld medals for Volunteers in the V Army Corps 1814, blackened iron
Order of the Bath (C.B) (Military) gold centre
Masonic Badge in silver
E11R Military Medal pair for South Arabia 1967, 1st Battn Lancashire Regiment (PWV)
1914/15 trio & Memorial Plaque, with illuminated memorial scroll, 9/Royal Sussex Regt. Killed in action 25/9/1915 First Day of Loos
Waterloo 16th Light Dragoons, also served Bhurtpore and discharged in consequence of a sabre wound received there but did not survive to claim a medal
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