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CASUALTY MEDALS

DEATH PLAQUE AND PAIR TO MIDDLESEX REGT.
NAMED TO L-15853 PTE.C.AYLETT MIDDX RE.
CHARLES AYLETT ON PLAQUE
KIA 19/4/16 BURIED BECORDEL-BECORT CEMETERY
£195







INDIA GENERAL SERVICE MEDAL CLASP AFGHANISTAN NWF 1919 WITH WW1 SILVER (ONLY ENTITLEMENT) TO 206237 GNR. A.E.CHADWICK R.A.
£95
WW1 TRIOS


MONS TRIO TO 9597 PTE R. BRANNON R.WARKS R.

£145


MONS TRIO TO 12060 PTE JAMES DAVIS R.A.M.C.

MIC RECORDS INDICATE JAMES HENRY DAVIS WAS AWARDED THE CLASP AND ROSES ALSO THE SILVER WAR BADGE, THOSE RECORDS SHOW HE ENLISTED IN 1898 AND WAS DISCHARGED IN 1917, OBVIOUSLY WOULD HAVE BEEN TIME SERVED ANYWAY.

THE QSA ROLL ALSO SHOWS HE SERVED IN THE BOER WAR WITH THE 3rd HIGHLAND BDE FIELD HOSPITAL AND WAS AWARDED THE QSA MEDAL WITH CLASP NATAL.

AN INTERESTING STORY AND WORTHY OF MORE RESEARCH
£120


MONS TRIO TO 17926 DVR R. FOX R.E.
£100


1915 TRIO TO R.F.A., R.F.C. & R.A.F.
147224 J.H.LLOYD R.A.F. ON PAIR, R.F.A. ON STAR
MIC CONFIRMS AND NOTES
MEDALS ISSUED BY ROYAL FLYING CORPS ?

£100


1915 TRIO TO 09577 PTE A.J.PHILLIPS A.O.C.
£75

1915 TRIO TO 1915 PTE F.YATES
WEST RIDING REGT.
£85






NAVAL LONG SERVICE TRIO

CHIEF PETTY OFFICER ROYAL MARINES
BERTIE WARD SERVED ON 
H.M.S. BEAUFORT (SURVEY SHIP)   
DISCHARGED IN 1929 AND THEN
SERVED WITH ADMIRALTY POLICE UNTIL 1961 
AWARDED WW2 WAR & DEFENCE MEDALS
FROM CORNWALL
WITH ORIGINAL PARCHMENTS WITH SERVICE DETAILS, WARRANT CARD AND PORT PASS.
 £205


WW1 PAIRS

4650 PTE C.SLATER  L.N.LANCS  £45     

L/CPL J.H.HARVEY S.A.M.C.  £45
TRIMMER J.P.ENDERSBY M.F.A. £45
23150 AM 1 J.DAVID R.A.F. £45

238632 GNR.J.BROWNE R.A. £39
M2-265784 PTE G.F.GOY A.S.C. £39

42435 PTE L.GOODWIN MANCHESTERS £40

POW MEDALS
81753 PTE A.JONES WEST YORKSHIRE REGT.TAKEN PRISONER AT BULLICORT 12/12/17 WITH THE 12th Btn.
£70







MONS STARS


OLD TAILORS COPY MONS CLASP £10



GENUINE MEDAL VERY NEATLY ERASED 
£50

1914-15 STARS




1914-15 STAR TO A.ALLEN ASSISTANT STOKER
MERCHANT FLEET AUXILLIARY
£30
Victory Medal  Lieut. W. A. Thomas Bedfordshire 
Regt. original riband, worn overall, fine

William Arthur Thomas, a native of High Wycombe, commissioned as a 2nd Lieutenant with the 2/5th Battalion, Bedfordshire Regiment on 19 November 1915. He arrived in France on 22 December 1916, and was promoted to Lieutenant on 1 July 1917. His Medal Index Card states that he also served in East Africa during the Great War. His medals were sent to his address at Green Street, High Wycombe on 14 January 1920; sold with copied research and MIC.

£35






VICTORY MEDALS 



GENUINE MEDAL VERY NEATLY ERASED
£20




SILVER WAR MEDALS


124562 PNR W.J.CHERRY R.E. £24
307195 PTE R.WILLIAMS HAMPSHIRE REGT £28



GENUINE MEDAL VERY NEATLY ERASED
 £30 POSTFREE


GENUINE SILVER SUSPENDER FOR THE BRITISH WAR MEDAL (AND OTHERS)

£13 INCL.POSTAGE


BRITISH RECIPIENTS OF THE FRENCH MEDAILLE MILITAIRE IN WW1 

A DISC LISTING ALL THE BRITISH RECIPIENTS OF THE FRENCH MEDAILLE MILITAIRE IN WW1
LISTED ALPHABETICALLY AND COVERS ARMY RAF, RFC, NAVY RNAS ETC.
£4.99 POSTFREE