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A Nine Bar Khedives Sudan Medal 1896.
Khedives Sudan Medal 1896, with nine clasps, Firket, Hafir, Abu Hamed, The Atbara, Khartoum, Gedaref, Sudan 1897, Sudan 1899 and Gedid. Inscribed in Arabic to a member of the Egyptian Army. Second and third bars attached by rings, the rest by rivets. Nearly extremely fine

Code: 51838Price: 750.00 GBP


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Trooper A. Higginson, 11th Hussars, a Mons Star and Long Service Group of 4.
Trooper A. Higginson, 11th Hussars. 1914 Star and 5th Aug-22nd Nov bar, British War Medal and Victory Medal all named to 2895 Private A. Higginson, 11th Hussars. Army Long Service and Good Conduct Medal, Geo V, named to 534797 Trooper A. Higginson, 11th Hussars. Private Arthur Higginson served in France with A Squadron from the 15th August 1914 and was successful in claiming the clasp to his 1914 Star in 1902. He continued serving with 11th Hussars after the war, and was awarded the LSGC medal in Army Order 150/1927. With copy Medal Index Card. Court-mounted. (4) Nearly extremely fine

Code: 51844Price: 395.00 GBP


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Afghanistan Medal to Captain Whitaker of the 65th Foot
Afghanistan Medal 1878, no clasp, named to Captain C.J. Whitaker, 65th Foot. Whitaker was born in Valetta, Malta on December 22nd 1849. Ensign C.J. Whitaker joined the Regiment in 1869 and was the last to purchase promotion to Lieutenant as the system was abolished in 1871 and served in Agra, India as Lieutenant and Adjutant during 1873. During 1878 officers, including Captain Whitaker and 22 other ranks were posted to the Kurrum Field Force on signals and communications duties in Afghanistan. Captain Whitaker was appointed Superintendent Army Signalling to the Kurrum Vallery Field Force. There were only 28 medals to the Regiment. This was to be Colonel Whitakers only medal although he did go on to command the Battalion in 1894, retiring in 1897 a full Colonel. With research including a photocopy of a picture of Officers of the 65th at Agra in 1873 in which Whitaker is identified, and another of Whitaker in uniform. Nearly extremely fine

Code: 51834Price: 625.00 GBP


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Boer War and First World War Group to Corporal R.G. Cox, Royal Berkshire Regiment, late of the Oxfordshire Light Infantry
Corporal R.G. Cox, Royal Berkshire Regiment, late Oxfordshire Light Infantry, wounded in both Boer War and WW1. Queens South Africa Medal, three clasps, Relief of Kimberley, Paardeberg and Transvaal named to 4336 Private R.G. Cox, 1st Oxfordshire Light Infantry. Kings South Africa Medal, two clasps, South Africa 1901 and South Africa 1902 named to 4336 Private R. Cox, Oxfordshire Light Infantry. British War Medal and Victory Medal both named to 201351 Corporal R.G. Cox, Royal Berkshire Regiment. Silver War Badge no. B.53045. Cox was wounded at Paardeberg on 18th February 1900. (copy research confirms). Confirmed entitled to a pair only for the First World War. His Silver War Badge was also due to wounds rather than sickness (confirmed on copy SWB roll included.). Loose-mounted. (5) Generally very fine

Code: 51841Price: 525.00 GBP


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Afghanistan Medal to Mr S. Smith, Punjab Police Department
Afghanistan Medal 1878, no clasp, named to Mr. S. Smith, Punjab Police Department. With research. Sydney Smith appointed July 1870 as Assistant District Superintendent in the Punjab Police. Served in Afghanistan 1878-80 and had the medal with no bar. At this time he was a District Supt IV Grade at Derra Gaza Khan. Was at Mooltan in 1886 and by 1893 was Supt Grade III at Lahore. Assistant Inspector General Railway Police, Lahore May 1900, Deputy Inspector General of Police November 1901. Awarded medal for Delhi Durbar 1903. Retired August 1905. Nearly extremely fine

Code: 51835Price: 495.00 GBP


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A Multi Campaign Group to Chief Engine Room Artificer L.C. Cooper, who was M.I.D., and also awarded the Distinguished Service Medal.
Chief Engine Room Artificer L.C. Cooper, Royal Navy, mentioned in despatches and also awarded the Distinguished Service Medal. British War Medal named to M.11329 L.C. Cooper, B. Art, Royal Navy. Victory Medal named to M.11329 L.C. Cooper, Acting Engine Room Artificer 4th Class, Royal Navy. Naval General Service Medal 1915-62, Geo VI, clasp Palestine 1936-39 named to M.11329 L.C. Cooper, Chief Engine Room Artificer 2nd Class, Royal Navy. 1939-45 Star, Atlantic Star, Africa Star, Italy Star, Defence Medal and War Medal 39-45, with oak leaf emblem. Royal Navy Long Service and Good Conduct Medal, Geo V, coinage profile, named to M.11329 L.C. Cooper, Engine Room Artificer 1st Class, HMS Pembroke. Cooper was awarded the Distinguished Service Medal in the London Gazette of 1st January 1943, he was later awarded a Mention in Despatches for his involvement in an attack by a u-Boat whilst serving with HMS Chanticleer on 18th November 1943. Loose-mounted. (10) Generally very fine to good very fine

Code: 51848Price: 495.00 GBP


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QSA and BWM to Private W. Vine, Royal Sussex Regiment, killed in action at Aubers Ridge
Private W. Vine, 2nd Royal Sussex Regiment. Queens South Africa Medal, four clasps, Transvaal, Orange Free State, South Africa 1901 and South Africa 1902 named to 6171 Private W. Vine, Royal Sussex Regiment. British War Medal named to L-6171 Private W. Vine, Royal Sussex Regiment. With copy medal roll, copy medal index card and copy CWGC info. Private William Vine, 2nd Battalion, Royal Sussex Regiment, killed in action at Aubers Ridge 9th May 1915. He is remembered on the Le Touret Memorial. Some contact wear to the QSA, (2) Generally very fine

Code: 51840Price: 325.00 GBP


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Boer War pair to Private R. Surtees, 7th Dragoon Guards
Private R. Surtees, 7th Dragoon Guards. Queens South Africa Medal, three clasps, Cape Colony, Orange Free State and Transvaal, and Kings South Africa Medal, two clasps, South Africa 1901 and South Africa 1902 both named to 2685 Private R. Surtees, 7th Dragoon Guards. With attestation papers, from Manchester. (2) Good very fine

Code: 51842Price: 325.00 GBP


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A Mons Star and bar Trio to the Royal Naval Division, a Prisoner of War in Holland
Ordinary Seaman G. Smith, Hawke Battalion, Royal Naval Division. 1914 Star and bar 5th Aug-22nd Nov, British War Medal and Victory Medal all named to KW.737 G. Smith, Ordinary Seaman G. Smith, Ordinary Seaman, Royal Naval Volunteer Reserve, Hawke Battalion, Royal Naval Division. Smith fought in the Defence of Antwerp in 1914, before then being interned in Holland for the duration of the war, being released in 1918. Loose-mounted. (3) Good very fine

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East and West Africa Medal to HMS St. George
East and West Africa Medal, clasp Benin 1897, named to F. Barnes, Stoker 2nd Class, HMS St. George. Frank Barnes of Wilton in Wiltshire, born 5th July 1876, died London 27th January 1953. With a few pages of copy papers, and details of his will. GVF

Code: 51850Price: 300.00 GBP

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