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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
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
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
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
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
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
D.F.M. (GV) group with B.E.M. & G.S.M. Iraq (M.I.D.) D.F.M. an award for Iraq 1922
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
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
Military Cross (GV) and second bar award, 2/Lieut./Capt. 2nd London Regiment with 1914/15 trio and 2 fine citations also wounded
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
Colonial Police Medal for Gallantry, GVI, 1st issue, to Sub-Inspr. Ceylon Police L.G. 15/6/1945
Military Cross (GV) case of issue, original ribbon & wearing pin
M.M. (GV). Pte. 1/6 W. Yorks. R. Previously served 18th ‘Pals’ Durham Light Infantry (wounded First Day of Somme)
Military Medal (GV1) 2nd type. Award for Korea. Essex Regiment attd. 1. Norfolks whilst covering a withdrawal from an ambush when wounded whilst firing his bren gun from his hip in the open.
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.
Distinguished Service Cross (GV) case of issue
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
Distinguished Service Order in gold with I.G.S. Burma 1885-7 Royal Indian Marine
Distinguished Conduct Medal (VR) single date D.C.M. for Gunner, 66th Bty. Artillery for gallantry in the attempt to save the guns at Colenso, prisoner of war, attempted escapee from Waterval POW camp and held in Pretoria jail
1914 D.S.O. Captain L.N. Lancs awarded for the battalion bayonet attack at Bixschoote 23 October 1914 during which he was wounded
M.C. (GV1) with Palestine 1945-48 Captain (later Major) Black Watch attd A&S Highrs. a good award for Sangro River 1943
D.C.M. 1914/15 trio, MID, Memorial Plaque, 7/Dragoon Gds, D.C.M. for Kut-al-Amara, as desert lone rider. Severely wounded & horse killed. Taken P.O.W. at fall of Kut and died in Turkish hands
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’
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)
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
M.B.E., D.F.C. 617 Squadron, with logbook, bomb aimer, 50 ops. 29 of with 617 from the first ‘Tallboy’ raid and many precision targets including planting a ‘Tallboy’ from 18,000 feet straight on the dome of the V2 rocket site at Wizerne
E11R Military Medal pair for South Arabia 1967, 1st Battn Lancashire Regiment (PWV)
British Empire Medal, Civilian Driver, British Army in Egypt for saving life, following a terrorist attack, 1952
D.C.M. (GV), M.M. & Bar group, 1/8th Manchester Regiment
EDV11 D.C.M. group of 7, Regimental Sergeant Major, E. Lancs & 13/Liverpool R
D.C.M. (GV1) Sherwood Foresters. A remarkable escaper’s award. captured in Norway 1940, escaped from POW camp eventually walked across Poland and crossed the Russian border where held for many months in prison camps until the German attack on Russia
First Day of Loos Military Cross, bar to the Military Cross for Russia, Major R. Warwick Regt.
Distinguished Service Medal group for ‘behind the lines’ landing craft assault ‘Operation Ferdy’
Military Cross group to a Warrant Officer for 1914 and twice M.I.D. in 1914 A.S.C. attd 5th Cavalry Brigade later Major
D.C.M. group 1886 for ‘Burma 1886’ Sergeant Major, later Lieutenant and Quartermaster, E. W. Bath, Somerset Light Infantry, Recommended for a commission in the field but awarded the D.C.M. for gallantry at Quingyee, 26 June 1886.
Distinguished Conduct Medal (GV) group Canadian M.G.C. with named gold tribute medal for Newmarket, Ontario
D.C.M. group 1/5/Yorks. & Lancs and Lieutenant R.A.F. shot down and killed in action, 14th victim of German ‘Ace’ Georg Schlenker
A good pre war Palestine B.E.M. group Royal Engineers (42 F. Coy) who’s services included dealing with explosives and booby traps
G.B.E. C.B.E. group Colonel Hon. G.F. Somerset, 3rd Baron Raglan, (g’son of Raglan of Crimea fame) later Under Secretary for War 1900-1902 and Lieutenant Governor of the Isle of Man 1902-1919
D.S.O. (GV), B.S.A. Company, undated reverse clasp Mashonaland 1890 (Corpl. B.S.A. Police), Q.S.A. pair , Colonial Auxilliary Decoration & L.S.G.C.
Royal Humane Society & 2 French awards for various acts of Lifesaving
A fine Distinguished Service Medal for the surface action between the armed merchant cruiser H.M.S. Alcantara and the German raider Thor in July 1940
A good 1914 Distinguished Service Medal group H.M.S. Lennox, Battle of Texel (Action of 17 October 1914) resulting in the sinking of 4 German T.B. Destroyers
Crimea D.C.M. group with Balaklava, 11 Hussars. Whilst not a ‘Charger’ was one of 2 orderlies to Dr St. Croix attd 11th Hussars, at Balaklava, both of who received the D.C.M.
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