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Royal Ulster Constabulary Service Medal E11R.
in original case of issue named to:
Const T.G.Dickson
The medal was instituted in 1982 for service in the RUC and its reserve.
Condition GEF

Code: 51313Price:


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2nd WW group to the Cambridgeshire Regiment KIA Jan 1942 Singapore
1939-45 Star/Pacific Star/War Medal
Private Archibald A Burles 2nd Battalion Cambridgeshire Regiment 25th January 1942 Singapore.
With condolence award slip named to Private Archibald .A.Burles confirming award of 3 medals.
Letter from Buckingham Palace to Mrs H Burles expressing sympathy on the loss of his life.
With CWGC info Archibald Albert Burles 5828820 2nd Bn Cambridgeshire Regiment KIA 25th January 1942 aged 24 son of Mrs H Burles of Enfield Middlesex.
Remembered Singapore Memorial.
With extract pages from the Cambridgeshire Regiment confirming Burles KIA 25th January 1942 killed in action against the Japanese place of death Hill 127 Batu Pahat in North Johore Malaya.
Photo copy page from A.E.I. News showing picture of Burles confirming he was killed in the Pacific.
With various other copied paperwork re.the 2nd Cambridgeshire Regiment.
Listed as With the Cambridgeshires at Singapore by William Taylor.
Condition EF

Code: 51314Price:


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Anglo-Boere Oorlog(War) Medal
Burger J.J.Vanstaden.
Condition some edge bruising GVF/NEF

Code: 51310Price: 225.00 GBP


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Anglo-Boere Oorlog(War) Medal
Burger J.Cilliers.
Condition GVF light toning

Code: 51311Price: 225.00 GBP


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GSM 1962-2007
1 clasp South Arabia (RM 23358 G.K.Shaw R.M.)
Royal Marines.
Condition Dark toned GVF

Code: 51312Price: 125.00 GBP


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Pilot Officer W.B. Yates, Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve, a DFC winner who was killed on 20th February 1944
Distinguished Flying Cross, Geo VI, reverse dated 1944, 1939-45 Star, Air Crew Europe Star, Defence Medal and War Medal 39-45, all unnamed as issued. With typed casualty slip to Pilot Officer W.B. Yates, D.F.C., Original WW2 Casualty Scroll and copy of recommendation, Distinguished Flying Cross Pilot Officer Wilson Birwell Yates (161407), Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve, No.630 Squadron. ‘Pilot Officer Yates has taken part in attacks against many strongly defended objectives in Germany, including 7 of the recent operations against Berlin. He has always shown extreme keenness and determination. In September 1943, while attacking Hanover, his aircraft was pursued by an enemy fighter. As a result of the successful evasive action taken by Pilot Officer Yates, his own aircraft escaped unscathed, while the enemy aircraft was damaged. This officer has invariably displayed high courage and devotion to duty.’. His DFC was confirmed in the London Gazette 21st December 1945, with it noting he was deceased since the time of his award. A combat report for the aircraft dated 15th February 1944 on a mission to Berlin, detailing the attack of a German fighter on his Lancaster, having returned fire, the fighter broke to starboard and was not seen again, no claim was made by the crew, copy of squadron records detailing missions and notable events from his missions. Pilot Officer Pilot Wilson Birwell Yates DFC, 630 Squadron, died on 20th February 1944, aged 31, the son of George and Sarah Ann Yates, husband of Lily Yates, of Anchorsholme, Cleveleys, Lancashire and is buried in Berlin 1939-45 War Cemetery.
With extensive research CWGC info London Gazette entries various combat reports and details from Operations Record Book for 630 and 57 Squadrons
Condition Nearly extremely fine

Code: 51300Price:


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A First World War Military Medal Group to 42169 Corporal B. Vertigan, 9th Battalion, Essex Regiment.
Military Medal, Geo V, named to 42169 Corporal B. Vertigan, Essex Regiment. British War Medal and Victory Medal both named to 42169 Corporal B. Vertigan, Essex Regiment. Military Medal, London Gazette 23rd July 1919. With photocopies of paperwork, a National Registration ID card, along with a letter from the Imperial War Museum, thanking her for a letter offering to donate Vertigan’s documents from the First World War to them, and asking what these documents entail.
With LG details MIC copy letters re. award of his MM from his Officer Commanding V111 Army Corps.
WW1 service records Died in 1998 in East Dereham in Norfolk, aged 99.
Condition Good very fine

Code: 51301Price: 545.00 GBP


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Military Cross GV group of three to Major FMS Kent R.F.A
Military Cross GV/BWM/VICTORY(Major F.M.S Kent)
MC LG 18th October 1917 Lt Frederic Silvers Kent R.F.A with copy pages.
With copy pages from LG dated 7th March 1918 listing citations for awards made on the 18th October 1917.
Lt Frederic Mark Silvers Kent R.F.A.
Citation reads:
For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty in successfully extinguishing the fire at an ammunition dump at his battery position and so saving the lives of many men.
With MIC to France May 1916 originally from Shropshire occupation Architect with research from Ancestry.
Condition NEF

Code: 51308Price: 925.00 GBP


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MSM group of three to Petty Officer W.Hale HMS Dryad
China Medal 1900 no clasp (W.Hale Able Seaman HMS Goliath/Royal Navy Meritorious Service Medal (154347 A.Hale Petty Officer "Canada" Services During War)/Royal Navy LSGC ED V11 (154347 Walter Hale Petty Officer 1st Class HMS Dryad).
MSM LG 17th July 1919 with copy service sheet.
Hale was an errand boy in Brighton when he signed up very scarce combination.
Condition GVF

Code: 51305Price: 895.00 GBP


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MM GV pair to Private A.Donker KRRC formerley a Bugler in the Royal Marines in China.
MM GV(42938 Private A.Donker KRRC)/China Medal 1900 no clasp(A.Donker Bugler Royal Marines HMS Isis).
Rifleman A Donker was killed in action on the 1st November 1918 on the Western Front and is buried at Harlebeke New British Cemetery.
Born and enlisted in Bethnal Green London.
With MIC naval history sheet copy war diary confirms that Donker was one of the 3 killed and 9 wounded when a single shell landed in "D" Company's billet he was serving with 18th Battalion KRRC at the time.
Condition few edge bruises to MM otherwise GVF/NEF.
Scarce group to a Bugler

Code: 51306Price: 825.00 GBP

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