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Crimea Medal 1854-55 3 clasps Alma/Balaklava/Sebastopol
Pvte Alfred Coppage 79th Foot(Queen's Own Cameron Highlanders)
Engraved in upright capitals.
With copy roll pages and information from Ancestry confirming 3646 Alfred Coppage served with the 79th Highlanders in the Crimea.
Condition GVF

Code: 51288Price: 475.00 GBP

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Coorg Medal 1837
in Bronze 50 mm as issued to HEIC loyal Coorg Forces.
Condition EF

Code: 51291Price: 275.00 GBP

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A 2nd WW Defence of Malaya January 1942 casualty group to the 2nd Batt Cambridgeshire Regfiment who was KIA January 1942 during the retreat to Singapore.
Group of three 1939-45 Star/Pacific Star/War Medal with Infantry Records Box of issue addressed to Mr A.F.Lee Fourth Avenue,Garston,Watford,Hertfordshire.
Together with later claim Army Council Condolence Slip named to : 5831221 Pte.G.W.Lee and confirming 3 awards.
George W Lee was born and enlisted in Hertfordshire and saw service with the British Army during the 2nd WW as a Private in the 2nd Battalion Cambridgeshire Regiment seeing service during the Malayan Campaign fighting the Japanese during late 1941 to early 1942 he was killed in action on the 24th January 1942 and having no known grave is commemorated by name on the Singapore Memorial.
He was 25 years old at the time of his death and came from Watford Hertfordshire.
With CWGC info and copy Memorial scroll.
Scarce Cambridgeshire Regiment.
Condition EF

Code: 51296Price: 225.00 GBP

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BWM/VICTORY with Memorial Plaque to the 9th Glasgow Highlanders KIA October 1918 aged 21..
BWM/VICTORY(3291 Pte T.Mc Phail H.L.I.)
Memorial Plaque Thomas McPhail.
With MIC confirming Thomas McPhail Pte HLI 3291/330948 entitled to pair only.
Private Thomas Forrest Rochester McPhail 330948 9th (Glasgow Highlanders) Bn. Highland Light Infantry was KIA on the 12th October 1918 aged 21.
Remembered Selridge British Cemetery ,Montay.
With CWGC info son of Mrs Mary McPhail 142 Weir Street Glasgow.
Details from Ancestry confirming KIA France and Flanders 12th October 1918.
With copy Grave Report form and copied Memorial scroll enlisted Glasgow.
Condition NEF

Code: 51295Price: 250.00 GBP

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A fine 1914 Star to Leading Mechanic L. Smith, Royal Naval Air Service, who served as a driver with one of the Rolls-Royce armoured car units out on the Western Front during 1914, and was later commissioned as a Flight Cadet in late 1918 having transferre
1914 Star; (F.434. L.SMITH, LDG.MECH. R.N.A.S.)

Together with the book: The Rolls-Royce Armoured Car, by David Fletcher, softback, 48 pages.

Leonard Smith was born on 20th June 1892 in Pimlico, London, and worked as a motor enginer before joining the Royal Navy just after the outbreak of the Great War on 15th September 1914 when he was posted as a Leading Mechanic - Engine Branch (No.F.434) to Pembroke III and then joined the Royal Naval Air Service, and saw service as a driver with the one of the Rolls-Royce armoured car units out on the Western Front during 1914, and as such receiving a posting to President II and was bourne on the books of the the Seaplane Experimental Station at Felixstowe from 1st April 1915, he having been rerated as Leading Mechanic (Driver) from 5th February 1915, he then appears to have seen further service with the armoured cars at Dunkirk through to 27th March 1916, and then returned home to Felixstowe from 16th June 1916.

Smith spent the next period of the war at Felixstowe, being employed for a period with 101 Reception Depot, and then transferred into the Royal Air Force on its formation on 1st April 1918, and shortly afterwards then went forward for a commission, being posted to the Cadet Dispersal Depot at Hampstead on 9th May 1918, and having applied for pilot training was then posted to the 1st School of Aviation at Reading on 5th August 1918, followed by a posting to No.33 Training Depot Station on 30th November 1918, he having been commisioned as a Flight Cadet (later retitled Pilot Officer) on 9th November 1918.
Condition GVF

Code: 51290Price: 265.00 GBP

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QSA/KSA pair to the Gloucester Regiment
QSA 1899-1902 four clasps Relief of Kimberley/Paardeberg/Driefontein/Transvaal/KSA two clasps SA01/SA02(3254 Pte.W.Armstrong Glouc Rgt.
With service history research from Bristol joined regiment 27th May 1891.
On the 13th March 1896 he was CM and was confined for trial after breaking out of camp when a prisoner under escort.
He received a sentence of 42 days imprisonment.
Service papers confirm all 4 clasps and the KSA.
Condition GVF ghost dates to the QSA.

Code: 51293Price:

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QSA/KSA pair to the Cape Garrison Artillery
QSA 1899-1902 -2 clasps CC/TR/ KSA 2 clasps SA01/SA02-
890 Gnr W.Edmunson Cape G. A.
With copy roll pages confirming clasps and award of the KSA.
Details from Ancestry confirming 890 W Edmundson served in South Africa from 1899-1902 with the Capr Garrison Artillery.
Condition GVF

Code: 51294Price: 200.00 GBP

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QSA 1899-1902 4 Clasps CC/OFS/SA01/SA02
36683 Pte J.Fraser Lovats Scouts.
Clasps confirmed WO 100/130 with copy roll pages confirming award of all four clasps.
Together with service history from Inverness discharged 25th August 1902.
Condition GVF ek at 5 o clock.

Code: 51292Price: 200.00 GBP

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Iraq(Op Telic) group of three to the Royal Attillery.
Nato Medal clasp Former Yugoslavia/United Nations Medal for Cyprus(UNFICYP)/Iraq(Op Telic) no clasp to 25086619 Gnr. J.R.Ritchie RA. Medals mounted court style for wear.
Condition EF

Code: 51289Price:

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German 2nd WW War Merit Cross with swords 1st Class
in original case of issue.
Maker stamped on pin L/15 in rare original outer card box of issue which rarely survive by Friedrich Orth Wien 56.
Condition NEF

Code: 51297Price: 295.00 GBP

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