No products in the cart.
Naval General Service, clasp, Off Mardoe 6 July 1812, Volr 1st Class. (later Lieutenant) 47 awarded (approx 19 known) also serving on Bellerophon in July 1815 when Napoleon surrendered to Captain Maitland
Order of the Bath (C.B) (Military) breast badge, gold & enamels, hallmarks ‘AJS’ a Strachan 1828 ‘Economy’ issue. A rare one year type
Q.S.A. single clasp Belmont, Pte. L.N. Lancs. R killed in action Graspan 24/11/1899
I.G.S. 1854, clasp Perak, 1-10th Regt
Military General Service, 3 clasps, 3rd Foot, wounded at Plattsburg, North America, September 1814, and previously at Maya, 1813
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
Indian Mutiny clasp, Lucknow, Ensign 42nd Highlanders
B.W.M., Victory & Memorial Plaque, Dvr. R. Artillery, wounded, taken prisoner of war, Chapelle Armentieres 27/5/1918 and died in enemy hands, 15/10/1918, buried Berlin
Military General Service, 3 clasps, with Sahagun & Benevente, 7th Light Dragoons, wounded in the neck at Benevente. The scarcest Peninsula casualty medal.
Q.S.A. clasp Talana, Dundee Rifle Association
B.W.M., Victory 2.Lieutenant. served Northumberland Fusiliers
Indian Mutiny, no clasp, (Regt. S. Major, 4th Eurpn. Lt. Cavy.), Indian Army L.S. G.C., (V.R.), 1st issue, H.E.I.C. arms obverse Sergt. Major, 10th Regt. L.C. 15th Jan. 1857).
[featured_products per_page="12" columns="4" orderby="date" order="desc"]
Username or email address *
Lost your password?
Email address *
A password will be sent to your email address.