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(CS22) A First World War Pair of British Medals to 40255 Pte G.W.Warren Essex R. A nice untouched pair being the War and victory medals. Both in very good condition. Unresearched.

GBP 45.00 (UK Pounds)

(CS24) A WWI Pair of Medals to 2nd Lieutenant F Bell consisting of the war and victory medal. The pair are in nice condition and unresearched. There are no medal ribbons with these but they can easily be obtained. Priced without ribbon but for an officer. They were recently found in a drawer GBP 75.00 (UK Pounds)

(CS654) British WWI 1914-15 Star Trio to Private 08002 D C Bennet of the Army Ordanace Corp, Who was Mentioned in dispatches 31/8/1919, and who served in Egypt from 1/8/1915. The awards are mounted for wear and are in good condityion, also enclosed is a copy of the medal index card GBP 99.00 (UK Pounds)

(CS1148) A 1914/15 Trio to a member of the Suffolk regiment, being 16113Pte.A.G.PlumeSuff.R. All the medals are engraved to the same man and show polishing. They consist of the 14/15 Star, the British War Medal and the British Victory Medal. The man is unresearched but the fact that they are polished, I would assume he survived the war. To a nice good regiment. GBP 85.00 (UK Pounds)

(M252) A British Defence Medal in Very Good Condition but with its ribbon. The medal was recently acquired in an old British medal box with a few other British items.

GBP 12.50 (UK Pounds)

(N440) A British Campaign Service Medal with Northern Ireland Clasp in its Case of issue. The medal is of standard construction with a swivel suspension and soldered top mount. The award is not a replacement and is marked 25064238 Pte M Gaffney PARA. This is also replicated on the box. The numbering on the medal makes me think that this dates from between 1985-1994 period, but this is just my educated guess. The case is the standard card case with the queens crown to it and the name and medal details also. This has been sticky taped, but is still in nice condition. Scarce to find to the parachute regiment, these can only become more collected as time goes on and research in the future becomes more readily available. In very good condition GBP 265.00 (UK Pounds)

(N919) A British Victorian Boar War Medal being commonly called the Queens South Africa Medal, with three bars. The bars are Belfast, Orange Free State and Cape Colony. The medal which is heavily polished, is named to 4148 Pte. J McLachlan Royal Scots. The bars are all nicely rivetted to the medal and with it comes some research showing that John McLachlan enlisted on 12th August 1891 when he went to and where he went. It shows he served in the East Indies at one time, as well as South Africa. The campaigns he took part in, his short service paper and medal bar entitlement. Very nice item to acquire. GBP 175.00 (UK Pounds)

(N997) A Set of RAF Pilots Wings being from WWII. The set are in nice condition and are padded. There is no overall damage although the set is dirty through use and wear. Scarce to find.

GBP 60.00 (UK Pounds)

(P104) A Group of 3 British WWII Medals being the 1939 Star and the War and Victory medals, with them comes the original soldier's paybook to a Walter Mills. The paybook is readable but in poor condition and shows service from 1939-1946. A nice collectible grouping.

GBP 55.00 (UK Pounds)

(R185) A British Indian Campaign Medal in Silver with Three bars .The medal has three bars being from top to bottom, relief of Chitral 1895, Tiah 1897-98, finally Punjab frontier 1897-98. The Campaign Medal is for 1895-1902 and is in fine condition and engraved with running script around the edge to 2655 Sepoy Kala Singh 32nd BN Inf (?). The medal has been used but not overly and is in very good condition. All the bars look contemporary, and the medal is unresearched. GBP 250.00 (UK Pounds)

(S281) A British Medal Group of 4, complete with its original card showing entitlement, Medal Ribbon Envelopes with Medal Ribbon, a Slip from the Royal Armoured Corps office, saying this is your original entitlement also. The grouping consists of the 1939/45 Star, France and Germany Star, War and Defence Medal, there is also the soldiers original pressed Dog Tags, made to the same recipient as on the box, being W P Beechman., as well as his regimental number. There is also his size Medal Ribbon Bar, a Sergeant's Stripe, full size Medal Ribbon Bar for 3 of the awards. It is known that he survived the war and bought back a few souvenirs. He was part of the unit sent to help/relieve the British Paratroopers at Arnheim Bridge All in near mint unused condition GBP 99.00 (UK Pounds)

(S283) A Matched Pair of 8th Hussar Eppaulette Covers. The covers are on British green wool, with black embroidery of 8 and then H. They have their back fittings intact and as such, are quite scarce to acquire. GBP 20.00 (UK Pounds)

(S284) A British Royal Gloucester Hussar's Cap Badge of pressed brass metal. The badge is in very nice condition and was formerly in the possession of a soldier named W P Beechman. In very good condition. GBP 10.00 (UK Pounds)

(S285) A Nice example of a British WWII Royal Armoured Car Cap Badge showing the gloved gauntlet, with the letters RAC flanked by two arrows, going up to the British king's crown. This cap badge was was formerly in the possession of a soldier named W P Beechman GBP 10.00 (UK Pounds)

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