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FROM A LARGE COLLECTION AMASSED IN THE 1970'S TO THE EARLY 2000'S  BY A SERVING SOUTH AFRICAN ARMY OFFICER, AS   ALWAYS FREE U.K. POST AND PACKING IS INCLUDED


CASUALTY MEDALS TO OFFICERS WW1

TRIOS

1915 STAR TRIO TO LIEUTENANT PONTING SOUTH AFRICAN HORSE KIA DAR ES SALAAM
£200

1915 STAR TRIO TO MAJOR W.H. PICKBURN M.I.D. KIA 13/11/16 ETAPLES 
£300

1915 STAR TRIO TO LIEUTENANT VERSFELD SOUTH AFRICAN HORSE  KIA DAR ES SALAAM
£200

1915 STAR TRIO TO LT  MASON SOUTH AFRICAN HORSE ARTILLERY DIED BOULOGNE 12/8/17
£200


PAIRS

2nd LIEUT. T.H.ROBINSON 1st S.A.INFY KIA 26/03/18 ASSEVILLERS 
£100

2nd. LIEUT N. BUREN 3rd S.A.INFY KIA 07/05/20
AT THABA PRETORIA
£80




GALLANTRY GROUPS

Lieutenant and Quartermaster A.S. Crooks, 7th South African Infantry. Military Cross, Geo V, unnamed as issued. 1914-15 Star named to Acting Corporal A.S. Crooks, 7th South African Infantry. British War Medal and Victory Medalboth named to him as Lieutenant. Born 1880, enlisted 1912 and then served 3 years in action, retired 21st July 1919. With some research, the circumstances of the award of the MC are unknown. With london Gazette entries  

£1295

 
Lieutenant A.H.Q. Barr, Hartigan’s Horse, later 9th South African Horse, Military Cross, Geo V, unnamed as issued. With later silver copy bar, 1914-15 Star named to Lieutenant A.H.Q. Barr, Hartigan’s Horse. British War Medal and Victory Medal both named to him as Lieutenant A.H.Q. Barr. He was awarded the Military Cross for East Africa London Gazette 7th February 1919. Bar to Military Cross, London Gazette 30th January 1920. He was a Prisoner of War in German East Africa between 1st January and 18th November 1917 in German East Africa. With copy London Gazette entries  

£1595
 

A Great War M.B.E. group of four awarded 

to Captain  F. J. Bagshawe, S. A. Forces 

The Most Excellent Order of the British 

Empire, M.B.E.(Civil) Officer’s 1st type 

breast badge; 

1914-15 Star(Capt., 5th Mtd. Bde.) 

British War   and Bi-lingual Victory Medals, 

M.I.D. oak leaf  (Capt.)

£500

RARE WW1 GALLANTRY GROUP


A very rare Serbian “Gold” Medal of Zeal group of four awarded to2nd Lieutenant J. D. Hoy, South African Forces, who served withthe Imperial Light Horse in the German South-West Africa campaign in 1914, prior to being wounded in Egypt and gassed in France

1914-15 Star (Tpr., I.L.H.); British War and Bi-lingual Victory Medals (2/Lt.); Serbian “Gold” Medal of Zeal, bronze-gilt, extremely fine

John David Hoy, an ex-Transvaal policeman who settled at Johannesbur as a gold miner, attested for the Imperial Light Horse in September 1914, aged 25 years, and served in the German South-West

Africa campaign prior to being discharged in August 1915.

Next taken on the strength of the 3rd South African Infantry,he was embarked for service in Egypt, where he was advanced to Lance-Corporal in February 1916 but wounded in the right elbow by agunshot later that same month. Evacuated on the hospital shipGloster Castle to England, he was finally discharged from Richmond Park(S.A.) Hospital that July. Hoy was commissioned as a 2nd Lieutenant in early November 1916, and, in the following month, was awarded his

Serbian Gold Medal of Zeal, ‘for his distinguished service during the Egypt campaign’ (London Gazette 15 February 1917).

£995


OTHER WORLD WAR ONE OFFICER MEDALS AND GROUPS

VICTORY MEDAL TO PTE. W.E.RAMSAY 3rd MOUNTED RIFLES £35

SILVER WAR MEDAL TO LIEUTENANT J.W.BAYMAN M.C. SERVED WITH THE S.A. MACHINE GUN CORPS
£75

1915 STAR TRIO TO MAJOR P.E. MINNAAR M.I.D. MIDDELBURG KOMMANDO 
£150

1915 STAR TO CORPL N.PRINGLE 
6th DISMOUNTED RIFLES
£35