MC / Boer War / WW1 Medal Ribbons with Bronze MiD oakleaf emblem
Army officers medal ribbons, as worn in two rows, for seven medals, contemporary sewing with card insert to each but now a bit floppy as removed from uniform. Military Cross, QSA & KSA, WW1 Trio, Army LSGC; the VM has a Mentioned in Dispatches emblem. Came with a collection of Dorset Yeomanry items, but this combination probably not unique enough to identify him other than he was a regular t... 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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WW1 Official Japanese Issue Inter-Allied Victory Medal 1914-1920, scarce
Created 24th January 1919 by representatives of the allied nations for award to the combatants of the Great War, each county producing its own version. The Japanese version was in bronze and 36mm in diameter with a laterally-pierced barrel-shaped suspension.
The obverse with the full-length figure of Take-Mikazuchi-No-Kami, a spear held across his body; the reverse with a terrest... read more
Army Temperance Medals Grouping to one recipient, Association of India (ATAI), Scarce
Attractively displayed, there are four items to this piece, which appears to have been worn by the same recipient. It comprises:
1) Original ATAI "3 year" yellow and maroon ribbon, circa 3.6cm wide
2) Ornate Fidelity bar (unmarked silver) indicating two years abstinence, with early pattern pin fitting (later versions had a brooch fitting) with original 3.5cm lenth of pin, bar is 4... read more
Victorian Volunteer Force Long Service Medal, unnamed as issued
Original and full sized silver Queen Victoria medal has a swivel suspender and the correct coloured ribbon, is nicely toned, with no edge knocks or bumps, NEF.
Will post to a UK address only.
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Early Scottish Masonic Jewel, St Andrew, mid 19th Century
An attractive and early Scots Masons Jewel in the form of a bronze-gilt oval starburst, circa 42mm by 38mm (excluding the large ring), bearing the figure of St Andrew on this cross, the cross arms with a green wash (some lost), original ring suspension. An early item of some quality. read more
WW1 British War Medal to Mercantile Marine - Henry Stacey
BWM correctly impressed to " Henry Stacey " , naming format as found to members of the Merchant Navy for six months plus service at sea during WW1. Only one person with this name listed in the records ( BT 351/1/133369 ). Henry's place of birth is given as Maryport in the year 1872. Medal has a short length of original ribbon stapled to it, and is in GVF condition. Some light staining to re... read more
WW1 British War Medal to Mercantile Marine - James E. Clough
BWM correctly impressed to " James E. Clough " , naming format as found to members of the Merchant Navy for six months plus service at sea during WW1
Only one person with this name listed in the records ( BT 351/1/25822 ), a James Ernest Clough. James's place of birth is given as Seaton Delaval in the year 1887. Medal has a short length of original ribbon stapled to it, and is ... read more