Jamie Cross Collectables 


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(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)

(CS1166) A British card cased Lusitania Medallion that was modelled on the original German Lusitania item. The only difference between the two is the spelling of the word May, instead of Mai. The plaque is of nice bronzed metal and commemorates the sinking of the ship Lusitania in 1915.with it comes the rare British sheet of paper explaining the story 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)

(S430) A WWI Memorial Plaque and Pair to a Private Frederick Walter Brown who was killed in action on 19th April 1917, whilst a member of the 1st 5th battalion Norfolk Regiment A company. He was age 26 at the time of death and came from Sheringham in Norfolk. With it are various medal research paperwork that shows his entitlement to the two medals etc. With the plaque and pair come the original address envelope for the war and victory medal, to the address in Sheringham, as well as the brown cover case for the memorial plaque. The medals appear to have been unmounted and unworn, but missing their ribbons. A very nice WWI group to a very scarce regiment, being the Norfolks, this is often called the Sandringham company, as most of these men were members of the Royal Household in Sandringham working on the estate. There is also a picture of the war memorial at West Runton showing this man's name on the memorial. Very nice complete grouping, not often encountered nowadays. GBP 425.00 (UK Pounds)

(S433) A Memorial Plaque to Frederick Lemmon, who was a private in the Norfolk regiment, who was killed in action on the 5th May 1915. He was born in St Martin's-At-Oak, Norwich. He was killed in action in France and Flounders. The plaque comes complete with some research work. The plaque is contained in the original brown card cover and is in very nice condition. GBP 110.00 (UK Pounds)

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