Coronation of Queen Anne 1702 Obverse Bust left draped ANNA. D:G: MAG:BR:FRA: ET. HIB: REGINA. Reverse Pallas standing left hurling thunder at a two-headed monster VICEM. GERIT. ILLA. TONANTIS Exergue INAVGVRAT. XXIII. AP. MDCCII 35mm diameter in silver Eimer 390 Good Fine with light graffiti in the reverse field, Battle of Saragossa 1710 48mm diameter in bronze Eimer 446 Obverse Bust left laureate and draped ANNA AVGVSTA Reverse Victory presents captured Spanish standards to Anne, enthroned. HISPANIS. PROFLIGATIS. Exergue AD. CAESARIAM. AVGVSTVM. AVG.IX. MDCCX by J.Croker VF or better with some contact marks
Napoleonic and related in bronze (10) comprising Napoleons first Victory 1796 40mm diameter, by Gayard, 1798 Conquest of Egypt 41mm diameter by Brenet, Peace of 1801 40mm diameter by Bucher, Coronation 1804 in Paris 40mm by Andreu/Jeuffroy, Vienna captured 1805 42mm diameter by L.Manfredini, Supremacy as Emperor 1806 40mm by Andrieu, Battle of Salamanca by Brenet for Mudie, Louis XIV Entry into Paris 1814 40mm diameter by Andrieu/Brenet, Napoleon Return from Elba 1815 40mm diameter by Brenet, Napoleon death 1821 40mm diameter by Brenet, GVF to GEF an interesting group, with the attribution tickets and purchase prices
Battle of Cape St. Vincent Admiral Jervis 1797 48mm diameter in bronze Eimer 881 Obverse Bust left, Reverse Hispania reclining on sea shore, a naval engagement, NEF, along with Admiral Earl St. Vincent 41mm diameter in bronze Eimer 882 Obverse Bust left, Reverse Victory hovers above two Spanish ships at which she hurls thunderbolts UNC the reverse with prooflike fields
Coronation of King George IV 1821 35mm in Silver by Pistrucci, Eimer 1146 The official Royal Mint issue Obverse Bust Left Laureate, Reverse George IV enthroned, left, crowned by Victory, behind, before him stand Britannia, Hibernia and Scotia PROPRIO JAM JURE ANIMO PATERNO in exergue INAUGURATUS DIE. JULII.XIX.ANNO.MDCCCXXI NEF
Coronation of King George IV 1821 35mm in Bronze by Pistrucci, Eimer 1146 The official Royal Mint issue Obverse Bust Left Laureate, Reverse George IV enthroned, left, crowned by Victory, behind, before him stand Britannia, Hibernia and Scotia PROPRIO JAM JURE ANIMO PATERNO in exergue INAUGURATUS DIE. JULII.XIX.ANNO.MDCCCXXI EF toned
Battle of Malplaquet 1709 44mm diameter in bronze by J.Croker Eimer 438 Obverse Bust left Crowned and draped ANNA .D.G.MAG:BRI:FR:ET.HIB:REG: Reverse A Battle scene in a wood, Victory hovering with two laurel wreaths. CONCORDIA. ET. VIRTVTE. Exergue GALLIS. AD. TAISNIERE. DEVICTIS. AVG: XXXI. MDCCIX NEF with some light contact marks and traces of lustre
Coronation of King George IV 1821 35mm in diameter, in bronze by Pistrucci, Eimer 1146, The official Royal Mint issue Obverse Bust Left Laureate, Reverse George IV enthroned, left, crowned by Victory, behind, before him stand Britannia, Hibernia and Scotia PROPRIO JAM JURE ANIMO PATERNO in exergue INAUGURATUS DIE. JULII.XIX.ANNO.MDCCCXXI A/UNC with minor cabinet friction
Capture of the Citadel of Lille 1708 44mm diameter in silver Eimer 435 by J.Croker, Obverse: Bust left, crowned and draped ANNA D:G: MAG:BRI:FR:ET.HIB:REG: Reverse Victory holding the shield of Lille above a plan of its fortifications. INSVLAE CARTAE MDCCVIII UNC and lustrous with minor contact marks and light cabinet friction, attractive and with much eye appeal
Sinking of the S.S.Lusitania MAY 1915 by Karl Goetz, iron (Eimer 1941A), Victory of Jutland Bank 1916 (2) by Spink, 45mm. bronze & white metal (Eimer 1951). Together with five other First World War Medals. Generally GVF. (8).
First World WarBritish War & Victory Medal pairs (5) to A.A.2309 E.Edwards A.B. R.N.V.R. (Victory medal engraved), 5823 Pte A.F.Adams 22-Lond.R., 120149 Gnr J.E.Munro R.A., G-68653 Pte T.Tolhurst The Queen's R., T4 211173 Dvr A. Ashton A.S.C.). Generally VF or better.
First World WarBritish War & Victory Medal pair to 32293 Pte. F.S.W.Mountjoy, E. Lan. R., Memorial plaque to William Smart, Sinking of the Lusitania 1915, in card box, Battle of Jutland medal 1916 by Spink, w/m. VF or better.
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)
First World War Memorial Plaque to Edward Charles Smith, in card case of issue. 1914 Star trio to T2-017366 Dvr J.Sullivan A.S.C. with two card boxes of issue. Wound Badge, silver numbered B204905. Victory Medal (8142 Pte F.W.Jennings Middx R.), correction to initial and suspension ring missing (6).
Churchill and related, Death of Churchill 1965 (2) 56mm and 39mm diameter in silver by F.Kovacs Eimer 2104a and 2104b UNC in the Spink boxes, one with certificate, Death of Churchill 1965 Obverse Full facing portrait Reverse V for Victory-sign, 56mm and 39mm in silver, boxed with certificate, Death of Churchill 1965 51mm diameter in bronze, in the red box of issue, Churchill Centenary of Birth 1974 a 4-piece set in 39mm diameter silver by Toye, Kenning and Spencer Ltd., each medal depicting residences of Churchill (10 Downing Street, Blenheim Palace, Chequers House and Chartwell Manor) UNC toned in the box of issue
Coronation of King George IV 1821 35mm in diameter, in bronze by Pistrucci, Eimer 1146 The official Royal Mint issue Obverse Bust Left Laureate, Reverse George IV enthroned, left, crowned by Victory, behind, before him stand Britannia, Hibernia and Scotia PROPRIO JAM JURE ANIMO PATERNO in exergue INAUGURATUS DIE. JULII.XIX.ANNO.MDCCCXXI EF
Frederick the Great. Obverse Legend: FRIDERICVS MAGN. D.G.REX. EL.BRAND.DVX.SILES. Reverse: FAMA PRVDENTIA VIRTVTE. Engraver Holtzhey. In exergue: AVSTIR-EXERC- PROPE-PRAGEVNDIT-CAESOET-PRAGA OBSESSA VI MAJI MDCCLVII. Obverse: Half-length armoured bust right, Reverse: Victory kicks Bohemia, knocking off her crown, 48mm (Olding 604) EF with some surface residue
England's Ashes Victory 2005 crown sized gold medal 22 carat 39.9 grams commemorating the England cricket team's victory in a five test match series over Australia in 2005. May become a rarity as it is likely to be a while before another such commemorative can be issued. FDC cased as issued by the Royal Mint with certificate
Franco-Prussian War 1870-1871 85mm diameter, a large and impressive piece in silver weighing 316.94 grammes, Obverse Kaiser Wilhelm I bust right, surrounded by the names of his generals, Reverse Victory crowned EF in a wooden display stand
World War I a group of 3 awarded to Tpr.J.Ramsay, with 8th Infantry on the WWI Star, SASC on the pair, with Victory medal Bi-Lingual, along with South AfricaBoer War 1899-1902 with 5 clasps South Africa 1902, South Africa 1901, Transvaal, Orange Free State and Cape Colony VF to GVF
Frederick the Great. Obverse Legend: FRIDERICVS MAGN. D.G.REX. BORVSS.EL.BRAND.DVX.SILES. Reverse: FAMA PRVDENTIA VIRTVTE. Engraver Holtzhey. In exergue: AVSTIR-EXERC- PROPE-PRAGEVNDIT-CAESOET-PRAGA OBSESSA VI MAJI MDCCLVII. Obverse: Half-length armoured bust right, Reverse: Victory kicks Bohemia, knocking off her crown, 48mm (Olding 604) VF the surfaces with bubbles, possibly a cast copy
Group of five Pte. L.C.J. Derrick Somerset Light Infantry, late Duke of Cornwall's Light Infantry & Labour Corps, Queen's South Africa 1899, six bars Relief of Kimberley, Paardeberg, Driefontein, Johannesburg, Diamond Hill, Belfast (3185 Pte. L.C.J.Derrick, 2nd. D. of C. L.Infy), King's South Africa two bars S.A. 1901 & S.A. 1902 (3185 Pte. L.C.J.Derrick, 2nd. D. of C. L.Infy), 1914-15 Star, British War & Victory Medals (7514 Pte. L.C.J.Derrick, Som. L.I.) GVF. Sold with copied service papers confirming medals and bars & conduct.
Group of five to Pte. H. Fox, 20th Hussars, late 14th Hussars, Queen's South Africa three bars Cape Colony, Orange Free State, Transvaal (4197 Pte. H.Fox 14th Hussars), King's South Africa two bars S.A. 1901 & S.A. 1902 (4197 Pte. H.Fox 14th Hussars), 1914-15 Star, British War & Victory Medals (5378 Pte. H. Fox 20-Hrs) VF.
Battle of Malplaquet 1709 44mm diameter in silver by J.Croker Eimer 438 Obverse Bust left Crowned and draped ANNA .D.G.MAG:BRI:FR:ET.HIB:REG: Reverse A Battle scene in a wood, Victory hovering with two laurel wreaths. CONCORDIA. ET. VIRTVTE. Exergue GALLIS. AD. TAISNIERE. DEVICTIS. AVG: XXXI. MDCCIX NVF with some contact marks
First World War Medals (6) British War & Victory Medals (M-348061 Pte. G.E.Williams ASC), British War Medal & Mercantile Marine Medal (Moriso Fujisaki), Mercantile Marine Medal (Tadarichi Ito), Italy War Cross 1918. Together with a Band of Hope Medal. GVF. Japanese serving with the Mercantile Marine?
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.
Admiral Lord Nelson, 21st October 1805/H.M.S. Victory, base metal, Thames Tunnel Completed 1842, by W.J.Taylor. White metal (Eimer 1372), Sinking of The Lusitania 1915 (2) one in box of issue, Victory at Jutland 1916 by Spink, white metal. Generally GVF or better.
VictoriaGolden Jubilee 1897 (8) by Spink Obverse Bust left Crowned, laureate, veiled and draped, VICTORIA QUEEN AND EMPRESS in field TO COMMEMORATE THE 60TH YEAR OF HER MAJESTY'S REIGN Reverse 4 Cameo Portraits, facing of H.I.M.QUEE [N] VICTORIA/ H.R.H PRI[NCE] OF WALES/ H.R.H DUKE OF YORK/ H.R.H PRI[NCE] EDWARD In the centre JUBILATE BRITANNI on a scroll 38mm diameter in bronze Eimer 1820 and 7 reverse variants with a common obverse, Duke of Norfolk, Victory upon globe, Britons Rejoice, Dominion of Canada, Cape Colony, India, Four Longest Reigns A/UNC to UNC with matching tone
First World War group of four to Driver P Rogers, Royal Horse Artillery. 1914 Star with bar August to November 1914 (36933 Dvr. P. Rogers R.H.A.) British War and Victory Medals??(36933 Dvr. P. Rogers R.H.A.) Army Long Service and Good Conduct Medal,GVR issue (1034938 Gnr P.L. Rogers R.A.). Good VF.
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.
First World War Medals (7), British War & Victory Medal pairs (18-363 Pte.W.J.Andreson R.Ir.Rif. & 13581 Pte J Anderson, R.S.Fus). British War Medals (5278 Pte.W.Bratty R. Ir.Rif. 6756 Pte J Russell R.Ir.Rif. - this lacking suspension), Victory Medal (12779 Pte J.Dornan, R. Innis Fus.)
First World War Medals (5), British War Medals (T4-044779 Dvr M.McWilliams A.S.C. & S4-092957 Pte. J. Kane A.S.C.) Victory Medals (392998 J.J.Rogers Labour Corps, 64343 Spr D.McBride R.E. 64436 Spr.G.Sinclair R.E.) GVF (5).
Battle of Saragossa 1710 48mm diameter in silver Eimer 446 Obverse Bust left laureate and draped ANNA AVGVSTA Reverse Victory presents captured Spanish standards to Anne, enthroned. HISPANIS. PROFLIGATIS. Exergue AD. CAESARIAM. AVGVSTVM. AVG.IX. MDCCX by J.Croker UNC toned with minor friction
Death of Charles James Fox 1806 Obverse Bust Right, draped, C.I.FOX OB. SEP.XIII MDCCCVI Reverse Victory standing facing upon a globe marked with Britain. LIBERTATIS . HVMANITATISQVE VINDEX Eimer 979 NEF with some contact marks
1914-15 Star (14665 Pte. J Wright, Essex Regt.), British War & Victory Medals (14665 Pte. J Wright, Essex Regt.), Mounted as worn. Defence and War Medals to Pte. J.G. Wright, Essex Home Guard, in card boxes of issue.
A 1914 Mons Star Casualty group of three to Bmbr G.A.Webster R.A.. 1914 Star with Aug-Nov 1914 bar, British War & Victory Medals (66637 Bmbr G.A.Webster R.A.). Together with Christmas tin and Swanscombe silver fob named to G. Webster. EF. With transmit letter for the Victory Medal and letter from Swanscombe Parish Council.
1914-15 Star Trio (576 Gnr.H.Evans M.M.G.S. R.A.). Initial "R" on Victory but same number throughout. Together with a 1939-45 Defence Medal in card box addressed to W.C. Evans. Men were found from volunteers or by special enlistment of men known to be actively interested in motorcycles (such as cycle club members). The Coventry offices of the enthusiasts magazine "Motor Cycle" was listed as a recruiting office for the MMGS
Medals (4) Coronation of William IV 1831 33mm diameter in silver by W.WyonEimer 1251 The official Royal Mint issue after F.Chantrey NEF, Coronation of George II 1727 34mm diameter in silver by J.Croker Eimer 510 Obverse Bust left laureate GEORGIVS. II. D.G. MAG. BR. FR. ET. HIB. REX. Reverse the King enthroned right, is crowned by Britannia. VOLENTES. PER. POPULOS Exergue CORON.XI. OCTOB. MDCCXXVII NEF with some scratches in the obverse field, George IV Coronation 1821 35mm diameter in silver Eimer 1146 The Official Royal Mint issue 35mm diameter in silver by B.Pistrucci Obverse bust left laureate GEORGIUS IIII D.G. BRITANNIARUM REX F.D. Reverse George IV enthronedleft crowned by Victory behind, before him stand Britannia, Hibernia and Scotia PROPRIO JAM JURE PATERNO Exergue INAUGURATUS DIE. JULII. XIX ANNO MDCCCXXI NEF, Act of Union 1707 26mm diameter in Silver on a thin flan by J.Croker Eimer 424b ObverseBust left crowned and draped ANNA D:G: MAG: BRI: FR: ET. HIB: REG: Reverse British shield within the Garter, crowned upon a pedestal inscribed with the double cypher of AR supported by a lion and unicorn MAII I . MDCCVII NVF
Death of Charles Fox 1806 54mm diameter in copper by T.WebbEimer 979 Obverse Bust right, draped, C.I.FOX OB. SEP. XIII MDCCCVI . Reverse Victory standing facing, upon a globe marked with Britain. LIBERTATIS. HVMANITATISQVE VINDEX.NEF with a few surface nicks
1914-15 Star group of four to Gnr Colley R.A., 1914-15 Star (2750 Gnr R.F.A.), British War & Victory Medals (2750 Gnr R.A.), 1939-45 Defence Medal. Mounted as worn. British War Medal (163653 Gnr. A. Duffin R.A.) Together with assorted coins
NavalVictory June 1 1794 Earl Howe Obverse Bust right uniformed RIC. COMES HOWE THALASSIARCHA BRITAN. PATRIAE DECUS ET TUTAMEN Reverse Naval engagement NON SORTE SED VIRTUTE Exergue. GALLOR CLASSIS PROFLIG. DIE I JUNII. MDCCXCIV. Eimer 855 48mm diameter in copper by Kuchler A/UNC with a few small spots, Rare
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.
Coronation of King George IV 1821 Eimer 1146 The official Royal Mint issue Obverse Bust Left Laureate, Reverse George IV enthroned, left, crowned by Victory, behind, before him stand Britannia, Hibernia and Scotia PROPRIO JAM JURE ANIMO PATERNO in exergue INAUGURATUS DIE. JULII.XIX.ANNO.MDCCCXXI 35mm in Copper by Pistrucci GEF
U.S.S.R. Medals (11) for Military Merit in Combat Service, silver, Defence of Leningrad 1942 (2), Victory over Germany 1945 (2), Long Service Medal, 2nd Class (3), Badge of The Guards, gilt metal & enamel and two unidentified modern Russian Civilian Medals. Generally EF
A scarce R.A.F. Meritorious Service Medal group of four to Sjt. Mjr. G.Gilmam R.A.F. British War & Victory Medals (8398 S.M.1 R.A.F.), R.A.F. Long Service Medal, G.V.R. (8398 S.M.1 R.A.F.) R.A.F. Meritorious Service Medal G.V.R. (8398 Temp Sjt Maj. R.A.F.). Mounted as worn GVF. Sold with service details which show that Gilman from Lewisham, South London, joined the R.A.F. from the 16th Lancers. M.S.M. London Gazette1.1.1919.
1914-15 Star (E-748 Pte. A.A.Tillbrook, R Fus), Pte.Tillbrook died on 23rd April 1917 and is remembered on the Arras memorial. Victory Medals (202546 Gnr F W Ruffle-Head R.A.; G-715 Pte.W.Deacon R.Suss.R.). Together with four L.C.C. school medals. GVF/EF
British Expeditionary Force - Recreational Training' circa World War I and inscribed 'Inter-Theatre of War Comp. Ass'n Football Team - .925 Silver weighing 1.5 Troy oz. boxed EF, also includes WWIvictory medal inscribed ' 67 SPR A (Alex) Campbell R.E ' to whom both medals were awarded
Three groups to the Higgs family. 1) Crimea group of Four including: Crimea Medal bar Sebastopol (Driver Willm. Higgs R.H.A.) impressed naming but rank engraved, Turkish Crimea Sardinian issue, unnamed, suspension repair. Meritorious Service Medal, Victorian issue (Sergt Major W. Higgs (Late R.A.) engraved naming, L.S. & G.C. Victorian issue (14 Serjt-Maj. W. H. Higgs R.H.A.) impressed naming. Sold with copied service papers. 2) First World WarBritish War & Victory Medals (207969 Gnr. F.G.Higgs, R.A.) With badges, dog tags & service docs. 3) Second World War group of five to Lt. F.C. Higgs R.A. including 1939-45 & France & Germany Stars, Defence & War Medals and Efficiency Medal with Territorial suspension, G.VI.R. (Lt. F.C.Higgs R.A.). Crimea Fair other GVF
Nelson and the Fourdroyant 1897 Eimer 1813 Obverse Bust facing uniformed three-quarters left. 'HORASTIO VISCOUNT NELSON.' Ex BORN 29th SEPTEMBER 1758. DIED 21ST OCTOBER 1805. Reverse Ship at anchor without rigging, 'FOURDROYANT'. LORD NELSON'S FLAGSHIP' Ex COMMENCED BUILDING 1789. LAUNCHED AT PLYMOUTH, APRIL, 1798. WRECKED AT BLACKPOOL JUNE 16TH 1897 MEDAL STRUCK FROM THE COPPER OF VESSEL AFTER BREAKING UP diameter 37mm in copper Good VF boxed, Centenary of the Death of Nelson 1905 28mm in bronze Obverse Nelson standing with scroll beneath DEATH OF NELSON OCT 21 1805 CENTENARY MEMENTO OCT 21 1905. PRESENTED BY BRITISH AND FOREIGN SAILORS SOCIETY CONTAINING VICTORY COPPER FROM THE LORDS ADMIRALTY, Reverse Ship VICTORY TRAFALGAR OCT 21 1805 beneath, ENGLAND EXPECTS THAT EVERY MAN WILL DO HIS DUTY. THANK GOD I HAVE DONE MY DUTY Good EF Lustrous
Coronation of King George IV 1821 Eimer 1146 The official Royal Mint issue Obverse Bust Left Laureate, Reverse George IV enthroned, left, crowned by Victory, behind, before him stand Britannia, Hibernia and Scotia PROPRIO JAM JURE ANIMO PATERNO in exergue INAUGURATUS DIE. JULII.XIX.ANNO.MDCCCXXI 35mm in Silver by Pistrucci UNC and nicely toned
Military Cross GVR in case of issue. Reverse engraved " Lt.H.P.Crittall at "Bullecourt" Jan 29th 1918". with set of 3 miniatures (M.C., BWM & Victory), With Times newspaper cutting of the M.C. citation showing Crittall as serving with the Middlesex Regt.
1914-15 Star trio, 1914-15 Star (Z-2446 Pte. R Jenner. Rif.Brig.), British War Medal (Pte.), Victory Medal (Pte.).Together with a cap badge, brooch and two dog tags. 1939-45 Defence Medal in card box addressed to Capt. R.A.Jenner. Ealing Education Committee Medals (2) to R.Jenner 1908 & 1909, white metal EF.
1914-18 British War & Victory Medal pair to 602447 Pte.G.W.Edwards 2-Can Inf. Pte. Edwards served with the Eastern OntarioRegiment and died on 5/6/1916 and his name is on the Ypres (Menin Gate) Memorial
1914-18 Naval Group to A.B. Webb R.N., 1914-15 Star (J11369 A.F.Webb, A.B. R.N.), British war & Victory Medals (A.B. R.N.), Naval L.S.&.G.C., G.V.R. (A.F.Webb L.S. H.M.S. Marlborough) polished, mounted as worn. 1939-45 Star & War Medal. (6)
First World War group of three to Private Bunce, Oxf. & Bucks L.I., 1914-15 Star, British War & Victory Medals (8697 Pte. Oxf. & Bucks L.I.). Together with 1939-45 Defence & War Medals and two Watches by Sekonda &Medana
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).
A 1914 - Star Casualty group of three to Corporal John Frederick Smith, Royal Fusiliers, K.I.A. on 15 May 1915 and buried at Boulogne Eastern Cemetery. 1914-15 Star (1903 L.Cpl. J.Smith R.Fus), British War & Victory Medals (L-11903 Pte.J.F.Smith R.Fus). S
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