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Colonial Office List 1880 with Services. 870 pages with maps
Distinguished Service Cross ribbon part roll
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
Waterloo, 42nd or R. H. Reg. Infantry.
Waterloo, 2nd Batt. Grenad. Guards.
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
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
Five R.A.F. and one S.A.A.F. sweetheart broaches
Four R.A.F. Sterling silver sweetheart broaches
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)
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.
Indian Mutiny no clasp, 84th Regiment. Killed in the Cawnpore Massacre, 27th June, 1857
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
Korea, U.N. Korea, R. Norfolk R. killed in action on 24 July 1952, when his unit was attacked at Point 118
Indian Mutiny clasp Central India 12th. Lancers
Indian Mutiny 2 clasps, Lucknow, Delhi, 9th Lancers
Indian Mutiny clasp, Central India 71st Highd. L.I.
3 x Foreign Office Diplomatic and Consular Year Books 1943 – 1952 – 1955 with services
B.S.A. Co. reverse Rhodesia 1896, Trumpeter, 7th Hussars, died on campaign 1896
Gold D.S.O. pair, a good Lieutenant’s award, Royal Engineers for Burma 1886-87 whilst severely wounded at Zibingale ‘whilst his Sappers & Miners were assaulting some stockades overlooking the defile
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
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