Inter War Silver Hong Kong Rifle Association Shooting Medallion
Dated on the reverse 1937-38 this tested sterling medallion was given as a shooting prize, it is engraved with 'HKRA Belilios shield 1937-38'. The Belilios name is still attached to a public school in Hong Kong. It is 36mm in diameter.
Not sure if the marking on the rim is a hallmark stamp or not. The silver is dark toned but it comes in good overall condition.
Emanu... read more
WW1 Memorial Death Plaque - Harold Arter 1st/5th Buffs (East Kent Regiment)
Full size original plaque or Dead Man's Penny, named to Harold Arter. Wide H in "He" variety with the "W" for Woolwich Arsenal on the reverse. In very good condition.
There is only one 'H. Arter' on the CWGC site as a casualty (all the others have more than one initial or forename). The CWGC site states that this is T/242995 Sergeant H Arter 1st/5th Battalion East Kent Regime... read more
Malta George Cross Fiftieth Anniversary Commemorative Issue (original striking) in box of issue with Compliments slip from Malta High Commission, London
ORIGINAL 1ST ISSUE AS GIVEN TO ALL LIVING MALTA CONVOY VETERANS IN 1992.
Mint Cupro-nickel medal instituted in 1992. This is NOT one of the later copies (which has the word "copy" below the right arm of the George Cross) but the original striking with its plain white cardboard box of issue plus the its original accompanying light blue COMPLIMENTS slip from the high commisioner of... read more
WW1 1914-15 Trio Casualty Group to Royal Naval Reserve (RNR) Telegraphist - Harry Ernest Edwards
A Great War Royal Naval Casualty Trio HM Yacht Conqueror II Killed on 26th September 1916, 1914-15 star “WTS 213 H E EDWARDS W.T.O R.N.R”, British War and Victory medals “213WTS H E EDWARDS WTO RNR”. Medals remain in good condition with original full length ribbons, medals correctly impressed.
HM Yacht Conqueror II was torpedoed and sunk by the German Submarine U-52 north-west of... read more
Harry Washington - 17th Lancers 1914 Medal Trio / Commissioned Essex Regiment
Harry Washington - 17th Lancers 1914 Medal Trio, including stunning copy portrait photo
Full size original medal group with original full length ribbons, correctly impressed as follows:
1914 Star 2033 Cpl H. Washington. 17/ Lrs
BWM & VM both impressed Lieut. H.T. Washington.
Medals in good condition (NEF), without bashes, dents scratches or polishing.... read more
USA American National Defense Service Medal Mint in Original Card Box of Issue
Medal in mint condition, never removed from its packaging. In its original blue box with label. Some wear to box opening joints otherwise in good condition.
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WW2 Group of Campaign Medals Attributed to Flight Lieutenant Anthony Vivian Smith (Tony) De Reuck, Royal Air Force (1923-2016)
In original box of issue with ribbons:
France & Germany Star
Air Council Medal Slip reflecting the award of the above and box from the Air Ministry and addressed to:
F/L A.V.S. De Reuck, 111, Onslow Gardens, Wallington, Surrey.
London Gazette 23 January 1953 page 513 (copy provi... read more
WW1 British War Medal to an Acting Sergeant Major, RAMC - Alfred John Hart, MSM
In NEF condition with a short length of original ribbon. Correctly impressed "333 A. W.O. Cl. 1 A.J. Hart. R.A.M.C." In very good condition.
Also entitled to MSM (Peace Gazette for France) and a TFEM Medal with extra clasp (latter issued in 1923).
A Territorial medic, served with the 1st Home Counties Field Ambulance (TF) and later with the 2nd/2nd Home Countie... read more
WW1 Memorial Scroll in Original Addressed Cardboard Tube - Driver George Henry Richards, Royal Field Artillery (RFA) Territorials
A scarce complete tube containing its original scroll. I have had to photograph the scroll behind a plastic sheet to keep it flat given its propensity to want to curl back up. Addressed to Mr H Richards of 2 Shirley Villas, Erith Road, Bexley Heath (Bexleyheath, Kent). War office stamp to the OHMS label. He died on 29th April 1918. With the original corrugated ends. Scroll in very good co... read more
WW2 Medal Group Trio to Sapper J Taylor, Royal Engineers (RE) Wounded Dunkirk 1940
A good group of three medals, the 1939/45 star, Defence and 1939/45 War medal all awarded to 1871210 Sapper J Taylor of the 7th Field Coy (the shiny 7th) Royal Engineers. It comes with the original named and addressed box of issue (Huddersfield, Yorkshire address), medal issue slip and a photograph of Taylor in uniform. The medal issue slip confirms Taylors service number and forces war record... read more