Japanundated (1952) Centenary of the Enthronement of the Great Emperor Meiji 1852-1912 60mm diameter in silver, Obverse Three-quarters facing portrait, chrysanthemum behind, Reverse Bridge and Imperial Palace UNC
Medals (2) German States - Marriage of Ferdinand Albert, Duke of Brunswick and Luneberg, to Antonia Amalia 1712 in silver, GVF, with mount removed from the top, Austria 1765 Arrival of the Imperial Family in Innsbruck to celebrate the Wedding of Archduke Leopold, signed A.Wideman, cast, Obverse Four busts conjoined of Francis I, Maria Theresa, Joseph II and Maria Josepa, Reverse a triumphal arch built in front of the city and decorated with medallions with the Emperor and Empress' portraits surmounted by the Imperial Eagle between the statues of Religion and Justice NEF
First World War 1914-15 Star (naming erased), Victory Medals (x2, T4-110201 Dvr C. Hayes ASC & 9537 Pte. H.J.Huggins R.Suss. R.), Special Constabulary Medals, GVI issues (x2, Stephen G. Green & Robert T. Driscoll), ImperialService Medals, EIIR issues (x2 George Vincent Dowling & Alec Allan Donaldson), these in cases of issue. Rifle Club medal. GVF. (8)
Agricultural Medals (5), Devon County Show 1980, bronze; Imperial Chemical Industries Ltd., bronze; Royal Counties 1935 & 1937, bronze; Royal Show Gloucester - Kings Visit 1909, white metal. VF or better.
Bombardment of Algiers 1816 50mm diameter in bronze by T.Wyon Jnr./T.Wyon Snr. Obverse bust of Prince Regent, left TO TAME THE PROUD THE FETTER'D SLAVE TO FREE THESE ARE IMPERIAL ARTS AND WORTHY THEE, Below GEORGE PRINCE REGENT Reverse a Naval Engagement Exergue ALGIERS BOMBARDED ITS FLEET DESTROYED & CHRISTIAN SLAVERY EXTINGUISHED AUG 27 1816 EXMOUTH EF
Coronation of Edward VII 1902 52mm diameter in bronze by G.Frampton Eimer 1872 Obverse Busts left conjoined and draped, EDWRDVS.VV.REX.ET.IMP.ET ALEXANDRA REG. Reverse Imperial Crown upon radiate circle, lion above, flanked by two trees decorated by the Scottish lion, left and the Irish harp, right Exergue: TO COMMEMORATE THE CORONATION OF KING. EDWARD. VI AND QVEEN. ALEXANDRA 1902A/UNC in the red box of issue, British Empire Exhibition 1924, by B. Mackennal / P. Metcalfe, 51mm., bronze, reverse Wembley Stadium with stylized lion (Eimer 1987) UNC in the red box of issue
Russian Imperial Gold Baptismal Medal 53mm diameter in 22 carat gold, undated, Obverse Baptismal scene in river with dove above, Reverse Saint in clouds holding flag with legend: BOCKPECEHIE XPICTOBO. around, EF loop mounted at the top
Medals (6) General Service Medal E.II.R. bar Malaya (4085802 L.A.C. J.Hartell R.A.F.), General Service Medal E.II.R. bar Cyprus (4184812 A.C.1 M.C.Wright R.A.F.), Royal Observer Corps medal ((OBS. S.C. Bloomfield), Efficiency Medal with T & A.V.R. suspension (23964841 LCPL W.A. Hitchmough R.E.), Special Constabulary Medal E.II.R. issue (Albert V. Glenister), Imperial Service Medal E.II.R. (Alexander McFarlane). Generally VF.
ImperialService Medal Edward VII issue, unnamed, in case of issue. EF, Imperial Service Medal EIIR to Harold Henry Withy Gardner, in case of issue. EF. British War & Victory Medals (32820 Pte H. Gardner, K.R. Rif. C.) In card box of issue. Kent One Year Attendance Medal, silver, in card box to Winnie Gladwell EF.
1914 Mons Star group of four to 7666 Pte. H. Martin, 2/York & Lancs Regt, 1914 Star with Mons clasp, British War & Victory Medals, ImperialService Medal GVI issue to Henry Charles Martin with certificate of award dated 1948 upon retirement from the Post Office.
A Great War DCM & MM group to Sjt. H. Temple Royal Engineers. Distinguished Conduct Medal G.V.R. (13666 2 Cpl. 1/ Sig. Co. R.E.), Military Medal G.V.R (13666 2 Cpl. 1/ D.S.Co. R.E.), 1914 Mons Star (13666 Sapr R.E.), British War & Victory Medals with M.I.D. oakleaf 13666 A.Sjt. R.E.Defence Medal, ImperialService Medal GVIR (Harold Temple DCM MM). Mounted as worn, First two slightly polished otherwise GVF. The Imperial Service Medal was awarded to Mr Harold Temple DCM MM in recognition of nearly half a century of outstanding service to the Crown. Enlisted in R.E. in 1904, and served in Ireland, until early 1914, when he joined the Post Office Telegraph Service at New Cross. He went to France and Belgium when the war started won the DCM & MM, and was Mentioned in Despatches for Conspicuous Gallantry during operations - for repairing telephone lines under heavy gunfire, for carrying a wounded colleague to a dressing room under heavy fire and returning to duty. He was wounded twice and after six months at hospital was sent to Signal School at Farnham where he stayed till he was demobilised in 1919. He returned to the Post Office and was promoted to Inspector in 1941. He served as a Captain in the Home Guard in the Second World War.
1939-45 Medals (5) 1939-45 & France & Germany Stars, Defence & War Medals. In card box of issue with forwarding slip addressed to F.Weatherhead. ImperialService Medal E.II.R. issue to Frederick Arthur Weatherhead, in case of issue. EF
First World War Medals to Private A. Mullender, R.W.Kent R., 1914-15 Star (S.E.-1432 Pte A.Flack, A.V.C.) presumably a replacement, British War & Victory Medals (203793 Pte. A. Mullender R.W.Kent R.), Defence Medal, these four mounted as worn. Special Constabulary Medal G.V.R. ( Charles Mullender). ImperialService Medal, G.VI.R.(Henry Fitzhugh) in case of issue. World War II Medals - 1939-45 & France and Germany Stars, and War Medal. Together with three commemorative medals. Good very fine. (5).
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