Full size and original Delhi Durbar Medal 1911 - KGV (unnamed as issued)
Unnamed as issued, full size silver version in GVF condition with some light polishing and contact marks to obverse, slightly dark toned from tarnish. Ribbon glued down on some card for better and neater display.
Obverse: The conjoined busts of King George V and Queen Mary, crowned and wearing the robes of state, and facing left. Encircling the effigies of Their Majesties are... read more
BWM Northumberland Fusiliers RSM WO1 William T Yarrow
BWM is in NEF condition and correctly impressed to:
1048 W.O.Cl.1. W.T. Yarrow. North'd Fus. Mounted for wear as a single medal.
A really great find to a Regimental Sergeant Major / senior NCO. His MIC confirms entitlement to a 1914-15 trio but states he entered France Feb 1919, so something not quite right here (most probably his date of discharge). Also served with L... read more
WW1 Allied Victory Medal ( VM ) 24148 Cpl Walton Murphy, Northumberland Fusiliers, entitled to SWB but Commissioned post war!
Correctly impressed, original length of ribbon, but medal in overall very poor condition.
An unusual story lies behind this humble medal. Walton Murphy is confirmed on the Silver War Badge ( SWB ) roll as being entitled to a SWB under para 392 (xvi) ('no longer physically fit for war service') and his date of discharge is given as 3rd February 1919. The number of his badge was... read more
WW2 Poland - Framed Medals to a Polish Soldier - MOL PRC (Polish Resettlement Corps)
The Monte Casino Medal is a later unnumbered copy. The other WW2 medals are original. A small cut photo image of the soldier in uniform and attributed below to the late 30049127 Staff Sergeant Stanislaw MOL PRC. A moving tribute in both English and Polish to the reverse of the frame. Worthy of further research.
The glass will be removed from the frame before posting unless ... read more
WW1 For Voluntary War Work In India tribute medal by H.M.Mint Calcutta - original box
A scarce original circa 1920's tribute medal 'For Voluntary War Work In India 1914 to 1919', oval blackened brass title surround, the fretted central device depicting the 'National Flower of India' a Lotus (Nelumbo nucifera) in silver coloured floral decoration. Very good condition, complete with original pin fittings and housed in its original presentation case, inscribed feintly in gold leaf ... read more
WW2 Era City of Birmingham Red Cross Medal - Attributed
In very good condition, gilt bright and no damage to enamel. Named to reverse 2284 A. I. Austin. Maker marked JR Gaunt London.
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WW1 10th West Yorkshire Regiment (The Prince of Wales’s Own) Silver Hallmarked and Enamel Tribute Medal / Medallion / Watch Fob - to Leonard Clegg
Attractive enamelled and silver hallmarked WW1 tribute medallion with suspension loop. Not sure of the significance of the stripped red and yellow shield to obverse, but enamel in good condition, with circlet neatly engraved "10th West York Regt." The reverse is engraved "Pte. Clegg, 75375, France. 1918 - 19." Some minor surface wear but otherwise in very good condition. Circa 4.1cm tall ex... read more
NATO Full Size Medal With Ribbon and Clasp ISAF (International Security Assistance Force in Afghanistan)
Awarded to military personnel for service with the International Security Assistance Force in Afghanistan ISAF. In very good condition. Unnamed as issued.
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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