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E.& W. Africa clasps, 1891-2, Witu August 1893
E.& W. Africa clasp 1887-8
Q.S.A. clasp Paardeberg no top lugs
Q.S.A. clasp Driefontein
M.G.S. clasp Pyrenees (face only)
Indian Army L.S.G.C., (VR)., 2nd issue with ‘Anchor’ reverse Sergt. Major, Ferozepore Regt. 9th Feby. 1859
China 1900, clasp, Defence of Legations Pvte. R.M.L.I.
B.W.M. & Mercantile Marine, unnamed pair ( not erased)
Sutlej, Aliwal clasp
Military General Service, 10 clasps, Lieutenant 40th Foot wounded at Pyrenees & severely wounded at Toulouse
Queen’s Sudan, bronze, to Syce, 1st. Bo. Lancers
Egypt 1882 clasp Tel-el-Kebir, 2nd. High. L.I.
Q.S.A. 2 clasps C.C. S.A.1901 to Lieutenant, C.C. Forces
M.G.S. clasp Busaco face clasp
Volunteer Force L.S.G.C. (EDV11) 22nd. Middlesex V.R.C. (Central London Bn.)
Royal Marines 1914/15 trio & Russia, Medal of St. George, 4th. class, confirmed award for Jutland
N.G.S. clasp, S.E. Asia 1945-46, (Shpt. R.N.), Naval L.S.G.C. (E11R – Art. Shpt. 1. H.M.S. Ark Royal)
Naval General Service Medal, clasp Basque Roads 1809, Lieutenant. R.N.
Military General Service 4 clasps & 42nd Foot Regimental Medal also a Waterloo man where twice wounded
Crimea, 2 clasps, Balaklava, Inkermann, 6th Dragoons (later Inniskillings Officially impressed naming, Heavy Brigade
Albert Medal for Land Colliery Manager, for his gallantry in rescuing five trapped Welsh miners at the Tynewydd Colliery after a nine days in April 1877. A rescue so gallant as to lead to the institution of the Medal for Land
Crimea, 4 clasps, Alma, Balaklava, Inkermann, Sebastopol, to J. Lane, 1st. Bn. Rifle Brigade, officially impressed, killed in action Sebastopol, 16/11/1854
Excessively rare Elizabeth E11R Distinguished Service Cross group to a Naval Diver for the Gulf War 1991 one of only 8 awards
1914 trio (1/4 Suffolk R.), T.F.E.M. (GV) wounded twice June 1916, prisoner of war Ypres, April 1917, photo in uniform
Army of India bar Poona to Lieutenant 65th. Foot. short hyphen officially impressed. Wounded Arabia 1821
Q.S.A. bar C.C., to Tpr. Warren’s M.I
Egypt 1882, no bar, to Pte. W. Atwell, 2/D of Corn. L.I. died of wounds 29/8/1882, received at Kassasin the previous day
Afghan 3 clasps, Charasia, Kabul, Kandahar, 72nd Highlanders, killed in action at Kandahar 1/9/1880
Operational Service Medal Afghanistan; Volunteer Reserves Service Medal with Second Award bar dated ‘2003’ and Third Award bar dated ‘2008’; (L.Cpl.) RLC & 21 SAS
1914/15 trio, Serbia Oblitch Bravery Medal, silver class to Spr. H. Pask, R.E. Oblitch Medal L.G. 15/2/1917
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