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Distinguished Service Medal to Temporary Acting Petty Officer Jack, of the 'Turkistan'
Distinguished Service Medal, Geo VI, named to J.86581 A.E.A. Jack, Temporary Acting Petty Officer. Awarded the Distinguished Service Medal in the London Gazette on 1st January 1944, and is listed as from Walthamstow, whilst with the Turkistan, a steamship, he is believed to have been a DEMS Gunner. Petty officer Albert Edward Alexander Jack, DSM, died of wounds aged 44 on 3rd May 1945. The son of Albert Edward and Maud Hatley Jack, husband of Hilda Mary Jack (nee Cossens) of Weymouth, Dorset, England, he is buried in Tehran War Cemetery. Loose-mounted for wear, Nearly extremely fine

Code: 51607Price: 975.00 GBP


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McInnerny brothers of Stoke upon Trent naval medal grouping including an HMS Indefatigable Jutland casualty pair
British War Medal and Victory Medal to: M.Z.634 W. McInnerny, A.B. R.N.V.R. and British War Medal and Victory Medal to: L.5716 L. McInnerny, O.S.3, R.N. (Mersey Z/634 Able Seaman William McInnerny , Royal Naval Volunteer Reserve was killed in action on 31st June 1916 when HMS Indefatigable was sunk at the Battle of Jutland. His brother Lawrence served in the Royal Navy as an Ordinary Seaman 3rd Class. The medal rolls confirm that neither were entitled to a 1914-15 Star, so the two pairs are the full medal entitlement for both brothers. The 1901 Census of England shows William B. McInnerny as a 2 year old and Lawrence W. McInnerny as a 6 year old residing with their parents and siblings at St.Peter Parish, Stoke Upon Trent. Sold with copies of the medal rolls, census details & Royal Navy Service sheet for Lawrence McInnerny which confirms place of birth as Stoke
Condition GVF.
GVF/NEF

Code: 51625Price: 325.00 GBP


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India General Service Medal 1908-35, Geo V, with clasp Northwest Frontier 1930-31
2816837 Pte.J.R.Roberts, Seaforth. (2816837 Serjeant John Ross Roberts of the 2nd Battalion, Seaforth Highlanders was killed in action in North Africa on 2nd November 1942 and is buried at El Alamein War Cemetery, Egypt. He was the 35 year old son of John & Maggie Roberts & the husband of Margaret Roberts of Coatbridge, Lanarkshire. He is also listed in the Glasgow Roll of Honour 1939-1945. The 2nd Battalion Seaforth Highlanders were part of the 51st Highland Division which arrived in North Africa in June 1942 and took part in the Second Battle of El Alamein (23rd October- 11th November 1942). His date of death coincides with Operation Supercharge in which the 2nd Seaforths (as part of the 152nd Infantry Brigade) took part. The medal has some rim knocks but this has no effect on the naming. Sold with confirmation from Medal Roll
Condition GVF

Code: 51624Price: 295.00 GBP


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India General Service Medal 1854, clasp Chin Lushai to Sappers and Miners
India General Service Medal 1854, clasp Chin-Lushai 1889-90 named to 1285 Sapper Joseph C, Co 2 Bn, Sappers & Miners. Very fine

Code: 51562Price: 180.00 GBP


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Crimea Medal, named to John Kerr, Scots Fusilier Guards
Crimea Medal, no clasp, named in officially impressed style to John Kerr, Scots Fusilier Guards. Two possible recipients, one died 20th February 1855 or the other died 20th January 1855. Broach-marks to the obverse, otherwise Good very fine

Code: 51561Price: 125.00 GBP


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AGS Kenya to Private Dodson, Glosters
Africa General Service Medal, Eliz II, clasp Kenya named to 23236007 Private A. Dodson, Glosters. Generally very fine

Code: 51572Price: 160.00 GBP


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Pair of medals to Corporal Ward, 2nd Battalion, Derbyshire Regiment, severely wounded during the Boer War
Corporal F. Ward, 2nd Battalion, Derbyshire Regiment. India General Service Medal 1895, two clasps, Punjab Frontier 1897-98 and Tirah 1897-98 named to 4629 Private F. Ward, 2nd Battalion, Derbyshire Regiment. Kings South Africa Medal, two clasps, South Africa 1901 and South Africa 1902 named to 4629 Corporal F. Ward, Notts and Derbyshire Regiment. Wounded severely on the 29th May 1901 at Vlakfontein. With copy service papers, confirming award of IGS 1895, QSA and KSA. With copy court of enquiry dated 23rd January 1895, by order of the General Officer commanding Dublin District investigating circumstances under which Ward sustained certain injury. It appears the injury was due to Ward playing football at Wellington Barracks fell down and sprained his wrist. Ward went on to serve in the 1st World War with copy death certificate, dated June 1945. Suspender loose on IGS 1895, Good very fine

Code: 51584Price: 300.00 GBP


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Group of medals to Reverend R.J. Dickson, Army Chaplains Department
Reverend R.J. Dickson, Army Chaplains Department, served in Salonika. 1914-15 Star named to Reverend R.J. Dickson, Army Chaplains Department. British War Medal and Victory Medal both named to Reverend R.J. Dickson, and a silver plaquette, bearing hallmarks for Chester dated 1910, engraved ‘To the Rev R.J. Dickson, B.A. From the Choir Sunday School Teachers, and Friends of St Saviour’s Penrith, in remembrance of 4 years of Happy Friendship, Novr 1910. With related set of dress miniatures. Reginald Jeffcott Dickson was born 13th December 1876, the son of Major General E.J. Dickson (91st Foot, late 75th) of The Green, Castletown, Isle of Man and Lucy Mylrea Quayle, and younger borther of Graham Joseph and John. Educated at King William’s College, Isle of Man, and then at Queen’s College Cambridge, gaining a B.A. in 1900 (and later an M.A. in 1916). After joining the priesthood as Deacon in 1901 and Priest in 1903, he served in WW1 with the Army Chaplain’s Department as Chaplain to the Forces 4th Class, and saw service with the RAMC, and then at the 28th General Hospital in Salonika. He took up clergy positions in Carlisle, Penrith, Crossrake, Ivegill and Cockermouth, and latterly became Reverend Canon. He died in 1954. His son a Major In the Royal Berkshire Regiment was killed in action on 30th January 1945. Good extremely fine

Code: 51587Price: 425.00 GBP


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Royal Air Force Long Service Medal Group of Six to Sergeant Perry, Royal Air Force.
Sergeant B.F. Perry, Royal Air Force. 1939-45 Star, Africa Star, Defence Medal and War Medal 39-45, all unnamed as issued. General Service Medal 1918-62, Eliz II, clasp Malaya, and Royal Air Force Long Service and Good Conduct Medal, Eliz II, both named to 534312 Sergeant B.F. Perry, Royal Air Force. Court-mounted for display. (6)Nearly extremely fine

Code: 51599Price: 175.00 GBP


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Crimea Medal 1854-55 3 Clasps 42nd Highlanders/Black Watch
Crimea 1854/55 3 Clasps Alma/Balaklava/Sebastopol (George Bowers 42 Royal Highlanders)
Regimental Impressed naming.
Bowers saw service out in the Crimea during the Crimean War ,being present at the battle of Alma/Balaklava and the siege of Sebastopol.
George Bowers served as a Private (No 3085 )with the 42nd Royal Highlanders -Black Watch
With copy roll pages.
Condition VF/GVF some edge bruising.

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