WW1 era Board of Trade Merchant Navy Seaman's Continuous Certificate of Discharge - Albert George Barton - White Star Line
Blue linen covered book with gilt Board of Trade badge. Internal cover named to "Barton A G". Served as a steward on board SS Megantic from 10/6/1913 - 21/4/1915 sailing to New York and Montreal from Liverpool.
Awarded the British War medal and Merchantile Marine and applied for his medals in 1920. A copy of his MIC medal card will be provided with the book. Albert George Barto... read more
Arnhem 50th Anniversary Medal, in its plush Medal Case - Spink
Made to commemorate the Airborne Operation Market Garden in 1994 by Spink & Son London. Some discoloration to the light blue plush inner liner where exposed to the atmosphere otherwise in very good condition.
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WW1 Special Constable Medal (GV - Crowned Head) with 'Great War 1914-18' clasp -Walter Key
In very good condition with original ribbon and award bar for WW1 service. Correctly impressed.
Special Constables who served during World War I from 1914 to 1918 for three years, and performed at least 150 police duties were eligible to be awarded the medal. Recipients who received the medal under these conditions were entitled to a clasp inscribed The Great War 1914 - 18 to de... read more
Scotland / Scottish -1st Lanarkshire Volunteer Military Engineers Immaculate Sterling Silver Pocket Watch Fob Medal by William Adams & Son Dated 1861
Simply stunning large watch fob style silver hollow cast disc with QVC crown and suspension loop. Obverse hand engraved artillery peice with decorative scroll 'Ubique Quo Fas Ducunt" and the words 1st Lanarkshire Volunteer Military Engineers in a semi-circle around the central design. Raised decorative edge and border. Circa 6cms in diameter. The Reverse engraved
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WW1 Bronze Commemorative Medallion - In Token of Lincoln 's Gratitude 1914-1919
A bronze commemorative medal presented by the citizens of Lincoln, August 30th 1919. In very good condition.
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WW1 Northern Cyclists Battalion ( NCB ) (affiliated to the Northumberland Fusiliers ) Boxing Medallion Medal Fob
Circa 26mm in diameter. Clearly a bronze medallion style boxing prize which has been worn at the end of a watch chain, and with some pride as it has been polished and scratched.
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Tragic WW1 Northumberland Fusiliers Casualty Family Group - Two Brothers both KIA in 1916 in F&F, Elliot Family from Blyth
Medals in NEF condition on original ribbons, as follows:
1914-15 Trio correctly impressed:
10108 Pte A.J. Elliot, North'd Fus (Cpl on BWM/VM)
With original forwarding slip for BWM
BWM/VM Pair correctly impressed:
7-3658 Pte A.S. Elliot North'd Fus ('Elliott' on VM).
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Boer War - QSA to 1st Battalion Northumberland Fusiliers - Died Capetown November 1899 - Whitmore
Queens South Africa Medal with single clasp Cape Colony, correctly impressed:
"2053 Pte J. Whitmore, North'd Fus"
Private Whitmore is recorded as dying from disease at Woodstock, Cape Town on the 28th November 1899 ("In Memorium" by S. Watt and also on the site www.Angloboerwar.com ). Served with 1st Battalion. Commemorated in St George's Gazette of 30th June 190... read more
WW1 Pair to East African Mechanical Transport Corps, Army Service Corps - Philip J. Coldham
A British War Medal and Victory Medal Pair with original ribbons and both correctly impressed to:
2299 Dvr P.J. Coldham E. Afr. M.T.C.
In GVF condition, a few light contact marks to BWM from the VM and the BWM dark toned. BWM ribbon a bit grubby and cut shorter than the VM ribbon. To be supplied with a copy of his medal index card which confirms his medal entitle... read more
Anglo-Boer / Anglo-Boere Oorlog Medal 1899 - 1902, to a Boer Burger, third pattern of issue
This is the third pattern of this medal (as issued from February 1942 - to date) with correct ribbon, which is correctly impressed to:
Burger J.A. Van Der Linde
There are three men listed on the roll with this rank and name.
The Medal disc is VF condition, but as been fitted with a with second pattern suspender, probably as a later replacement, as ... read more