Our name and logo reflect our origins in Aberdeen, United Kingdom

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'Aberdeen Medals' is a VAT registered business that offers for sale, a selection of British and World; Orders, Decorations and Medals.

Mark Sellar, the owner of Aberdeen Medals, has a life-long interest in British & World; Orders, Decorations & Medals, together with the history of the British Empire and European Colonies 'East of Suez'.

We have handled some of the very finest medals awarded to the British Indian Army and Brigade of Gurkhas. Included amongst the rarer medals we have handled are; The unique, IDSM & bar / MM group to Puran Singh, 5/14 Punjab; A GCB Collar Set to a Nepalese 'Hereditary' Prime Minister; More than a score of complete Indian Order of Merit groups; The IDSM/MM pair to Gurbaksh Singh, 9/14 Punjab (whose medals together with his 'portrait in oils' reside in the Imperial War Museum), and the BEM awarded to Bhajbir Gurung, 2/5 R.G.R. who was the indomitable Orderly to 'Bill Slim' throughout the latter's command of the 14th Army, 1943-1945.

Many of the medals we have sold, now grace some of the finest, private and publicly owned British medal collections across the world.

We hold the unique distinction of being the only, medal dealer, to verify and reference (where possible), all named British campaign medals & clasps offered for sale. Similarly, we are alone in providing an image of the naming style(s) shown on every named medal that we list for sale. We provide these value-added services, gratis, to promote and guarantee the authenticity of the medals that we offer.

Prior to becoming a medal dealer, Mark had a successful career as a business professional in the international liner shipping & logistics industry. While working with a 'Fortune 500' shipping company, Mark held several senior appointments, and worked in various overseas locations across the Far East, South East Asia and South Asia.

We are confident, that our knowledge and expertise combine to offer our clients the highest level of satisfaction when buying from Aberdeen Medals.

Mark Sellar