Foreign Office Intelligence Department WW1 Pair with MiD emblem - A Spy perhaps?
WW1 pair correctly impressed to W.J. Scott:
a) British War Medal, 1914 - 1918 (W.J. Scott.)
b) Allied Victory Medal, 1914 - 1919 (W.J. Scott.) with Mentioned in Despatches oakleaf emblem.
SCOTT, William Jack: Born November 14, 1884.
Served in the Army, August 1914, to July, 1916.
Temporarily employed as an Office-keeper in the Foreign Of... read more
King George V's Coronation Medal, 1911 attributed to Sir William Russell, Knight - from Glasgow - of Scottish interest
Full sized silver issue (circa 16,000 were struck). Unnamed as issued in box of issue (in damaged but repairable condition). The box is post-box red card with a lion atop of a King's crown in black and the words "Coronation Medal" above in capitals and below the date "1911". On the bottom of the box in pencil are the words "Medals belonging to Sir William Russell 3rd Bart". It was ac... read more
Three Medals named to Fireman Thomas Luck, London Fire Brigade
Three medals named to Thomas Luck:
a) 1902 coronation, London County Council, Metropolitan Fire Brigade Bronze Issue (Engraved in large upright capitals to Thomas Luck), ribbon in condition, short but the correct ribbon. Medal is GVF with some light contact marks and scratches to obverse (only 1,000 issued to LCC MFB).
b) 1911 London Fire Brigade Silver Coronation... read more
Scarce Victorian Silver Royal Naval Training Ship Medal Merit Medal named to E.Hill
Royal Naval Training Ship Merit Medal in unmarked silver. Reverse is engraved in slanting capitals "E.HILL". Original Ribbon of pale cream colour with a thin naval blue border down either side with a suspension ring sewn into the top. GVF and 30mm in diameter.
On hold for Mr Garth Dickens at £110 plus P&P read more
WW1 Brass Birmingham Peace Celebration Medal 1914 - 1919
Approx 36mm in diameter, this medal is in good condition with suspension ring and original thin blue ribbon. GVF.
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Irish Republic General Service Miniature Medal (1917-21) - Maker Marked Quinn
The Service (1917-1921) Medal with "Comrac" Bar (meaning combat or action) was awarded to persons who rendered active military service during the War of Independence. There were over 15,000 full size Medals awarded in this class.
Sometimes also referred to as the "Black and Tan" Medal. This is not a modern copy of the miniature medal circulating on famous aucti... read more
WW1 South African Mercantile Marine Medal Pair issued to Woodward - very scarce
Pair of medals correctly impressed to C.H. Woodward, as follows:
a) British War Medal, 1914 - 1918
b) Mercantile Marine War Medal, 1914 - 1918.
Both medals are impressed with just his initials and surname, apparently this was the fashion in which medals to South African recipients were named. These medals are scarce.
WW1 Australia Mercantile Marine Medal Pair issued Coutts an Australian - very scarce
BWM and Mercantile Marine pair correctly impressed to "J.W. Coutts Australian 2356". Ribbon of BWM original but no longer full length. Medals in GVF+ condition. A scarce pair of medals. read more
Scarce 1914-15 Trio to Senior Medical Officer Cameroons Expeditionary Force - Thomas Frederick Gisborne Mayer
A scarce West African threatre trio of medals to Thomas Frederick Gisborne Mayer, M.R.C.S., L.R.C.P as follows:
1914-15 Star ( impressed T.F.G. Mayer).
British War Medal, 1914 - 1918 (Capt. T.F.G. Mayer).
Allied Victory Medal, 1914 - 1919 (Capt T.F.G. Mayer).
An unusual recipient for a scarce campaign. A named 1914-15 star without rank... read more