A CQD ( SOS) Medal in Silver, as awarded to the crews of the White Star steamship Republic
A full size C.Q.D. Medal in Silver, as awarded to members of the Merchant Marine complete with original maroon ribbon and mounted for wear 'swing style'. unnamed as issued. Silver dark toned. In NEF condition.
The silver C.Q.D. medal was awarded to the crews of the White Star steamship Republic, the S.S. Florida and S.S. Baltic in saving the lives of the passengers of the s... read more
Boer War 4 Clasp QSA to Welsh Battalion Imperial Yeomanry - Collings
A scarce Boer War Queens South Africa medal correctly impressed to:
"27719 Tpr F. Collings Imp Yeo".
Collings was a trooper in the first contingent, 31st Montgomeryshire company 9th Battalion which also contained 29th (Denbighshire) Company, 30th (Pembrokeshire) Company, 36th (West Kent) Company and the 49th (Montgomeryshire) Company. This battalion was later enla... read more
WW1 Allied Victory Medal - Rogers, Royal Air Force (RAF)
Correctly impressed on rim " 41084. CPL. A.W. ROGERS. R.A.F."
Some wear to gilt finish, top quality replacement ribbon. GVF. Unresearched other than a check of the 1918 RAF Muster Roll which confirms his year of enlistment as 1916.
WW2 Medals (Boxed) to Doctor Allan William Spence, Lt-Col, RAMC, MD, FRCP.
Group of five, mint in box of issue, four still with medal envelopes, and ribbons as supplied and never applied to the medals. They comprise 1939-45 Star, Africa Star, Italy Star, Defence and War Medals, all unnamed as issued. Very posh address: 47 Queen Anne Street, Cavendish Square, London, W1. Reverse of box marked as War Office, A.G. 4, Droitwich, Worcs.
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WW1 / WW2 Medal Group 2nd City of London Regiment (Royal Fusiliers) / Royal Army Service Corps - Christoper William Giggins
A group of five medals as follows:
WW1 BWM - correctly impressed GS - 80501 Pte. C.W. Giggins, 2. Lond.R (no ribbon)
WW1 Allied Victory medal correctly impressed GS - 80501 Pte. C.W. Giggins, 2. Lond.R (no ribbon)
1939-45 Star - unnamed as issued (no ribbon)
War Medal 1939- 1945 - unnamed as issued (no ribbon)
Defence Medal 1939- 1945 - unnamed as is... read more
South Africa - Natal Coronation Medal 1902- 29mm medium sized version as awarded to local dignitories
In Silver, this is the 29mm version (there are also varieties which are 21mm (awarded to school children) and 51mm (awarded to native chiefs). The medium sized version was awarded to local dignitaries. In good condition and suspended from a small piece of blue ribbon with small contemporary pin bar. In very good condition.
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The London Rifle Brigade ( LRB) Shooting Prize Meeting 1930 Bronze Medallion
An attractive prize medal in bronze, the obverse shows a volunteer of 1859 era and the motto "Defence not Defiance" and the reverse The London Rifle Brigade in a scroll with the date of embodiment 1859. The edge has been neatly engraved in upright capitals "L.R.B. Prize Meeting 1930". No doubt won as a shooting prize. Circa 33mm in diameter, with a milled border. In very good condition. <... read more
1914-15 Trio plus box and 1915 Gift Card to Lieut M.A.R. Kannemeyer, South African 20th Mounted Rifles (Bilingual Victory Medal)
WW1 Trio to an Officer in the South African auxiliary forces, 1915 -15 star impressed Lt. M.A.R. Kannemayer, 20th M.R., and the pair correctly impressed Lt. M.A.R. Kannemayer. In EF condition the BWM toned. Scarce South African issue bi-lingual Victory Medal. Ribbons original and full length. 1914- 15 Box top and bottom fractured at corners, with paper label to recipient 10/31 Lt. M.A.R. Ka... read more
WW2 Commemorative British Army 30 (XXX) Corps Medallion
circular commemorative gilt bronze medallion circa 5cms in diameter. Made in 1945. Obverse design: Leaping Boar of XXX corps with 3 shields representing the Headquarters 1st Army Group (later Headquarters British Army of the Rhine) insignia above, the 1st Canadian Armoured Brigade insignia to the left of the boar and the British Army of the Rhine insignia to the right of the boar, inscribed "... read more
22nd Foot (Cheshire Regiment) Silver Regimental Medal of Merit
In very good NEF condition with no edge knocks or polishing. Unnamed as issued. Issued in silver for 14 years good conduct. Such medals were replaced in the 1850s by the issue of the Army Long Service and Good Conduct Medal. Silver dark toned. Often found unofficially mounted with a suspender but this has not been so modified. Scarce.
The 22nd Regiment of Foot (restyled as ... read more