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The British Gas Light Company: Long Service Award Silver Medal for 25 Years Service (W. F. Woods, 1901-1926)

The British Gas Light Company: Long Service Award Silver Medal for 25 Years Service (W. F. Woods, 1901-1926)

Designer: A. J. Wyon

Metal: Sterling silver (not hallmarked)

Dimension: 38mm

Suspension: Small silver fixed ring

Obverse: In centre depiction of a lion reclining on a brick wall. Below in centre of the wall a tablet inscribed 'established 1824'. Around the centre a circular band with name of the company 'British Gas Light Company Limi...  read more

Code: 22452

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A 'Twice Decorated' Colonial Service Officer's group of 7: Major Geoffrey Charles Lawrence, C.M.G., O.B.E., Colonial Service Financial Secretary & Acting Chief Minister Zanzibar, who in WW2 had served with the Somaliland Camel Corps

A 'Twice Decorated' Colonial Service Officer's group of 7: Major Geoffrey Charles Lawrence, C.M.G., O.B.E., Colonial Service Financial Secretary & Acting Chief Minister Zanzibar, who in WW2 had served with the Somaliland Camel Corps

An outstanding 'Red Sea' interest' medal group to a British soldier who served at the Battle of Tug Argan with the Somaliland Camel Corps

- Companion of the Order of St, Michael & St. George. EIIR issue with full neck cravat & fittings
- Most Excellent Order of the British Empire (Civil). Officer's (O.B.E.) 2nd type
- The 1939-1945 Star. No clasp
- The Africa...  read more

Code: 23076

1375.00 GBP

Germany (Third Reich): Luftwaffe Reconnaissance Squadron Operational Flying Clasp. Silver grade (Frontflugspange für Aufklärer in Silber)

Germany (Third Reich): Luftwaffe Reconnaissance Squadron Operational Flying Clasp. Silver grade (Frontflugspange für Aufklärer in Silber)

With makers marks on reverse of 'spange', for maker 'G. H. Osang, Dresden'

Sold together with original paper packet of issue, this marked with type and grade of award 'Frontflugspange / Aufklarer / in Silber', and name of maker 'Osang, Dresden' printed on reverse. The inside of the paper wrapper retaining the er tissue wrap for the badge!

Dimensions: Approx 77mm (w...  read more

Code: 23521

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Order Of The Most Excellent Order of the British Empire (Civil). A 5th class Member's (O.B.E.) 2nd type breast badge. Silver gilt

Order Of The Most Excellent Order of the British Empire (Civil). A 5th class Member's (O.B.E.) 2nd type breast badge. Silver gilt

The insignia sold as a set, complete with:

A). Plush Royal Mint leatherette hinged case of issue. The inside silk panel with King's Crown Royal Mint logo, and title of award in gilt tooling on outer lid

B). The silk medal riband retaining it's 'Sterling' marked mounting brooch, with hinged pin & clasp fittings as issued

C). Card insert 'Instructions ...  read more

Code: 23634

235.00 GBP

A 'Farthingstone' Shepherd's Great War 'Salonika' campaign & companion Silver War Badge group of 4: Private Foster Jones Osborn, Royal Army Medical Corps

A 'Farthingstone' Shepherd's Great War 'Salonika' campaign & companion Silver War Badge group of 4: Private Foster Jones Osborn, Royal Army Medical Corps

- 1914-15 Star (27991, Pte. T. Osborne, R.A.M.C.)
- British War Medal. Silver issue (27991 Pte. W. Osborne, R.A.M.C.)
- Interallied Victory Medal (27991 Pte. W. Osborne, R.A.M.C.)
- Silver War Badge (147784)

The SWB with replacement hinged pin

Sold together with:

- Recipients British Army Identity Disc. Fibre (27991 F J Osbor...  read more

Code: 23629

130.00 GBP

Tibet Medal 1903-04. Bronze issue. No clasp (806 Cooly Nera Dhun, S. & T. Corps)

Tibet Medal 1903-04. Bronze issue. No clasp (806 Cooly Nera Dhun, S. & T. Corps)

The medal recipient was an attested follower, of Nepalese ethnicity, serving as a non-combatant who performed the trade of 'Cooly' (Labourer) while serving with the Supply and Transport Corps of the British Indian Army

The medal of crisp appearance. A choice example with original lustre

Condition: About EF  read more

Code: 23619

325.00 GBP

Indian General Service Medal 1908-35. GV first issue. Silver with clasp 'Afghanistan N.W.F. 1919' (Bearer. Ahmed Din, 3-34 Prs.)

Indian General Service Medal 1908-35. GV first issue. Silver with clasp 'Afghanistan N.W.F. 1919' (Bearer. Ahmed Din, 3-34 Prs.)

Surname with official correction to single letter 'N' only in surname, and fairly typical for this particular Calcutta Mint medal issue & clasp

The recipient, by faith was a Mussalman, non combatant 'Private Follower' who held the appointment of 'Bearer' ('Valet') while employed by a British Officer of the 3rd Battalion 34th Sikh Pioneers of the British Indian Army

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Code: 23615

70.00 GBP

India General Service 1936. With clasp 'North West Frontier 1930-31' (32573 Clk. Sant Singh. 1 Mtn. Bty.)

India General Service 1936. With clasp 'North West Frontier 1930-31' (32573 Clk. Sant Singh. 1 Mtn. Bty.)

Recipient was an Indian soldier of the Sikh faith, holding the appointment of 'Clerk' while serving with the 1st Mountain Battery, a mountain artillery unit of the British Indian Army

Sant Singh was a regular enlisted soldier, who was latterly appointed 'Clerk' - a scarce appointment in the Indian Mountain Artillery units, as there was only one 'Clerk' per battery, and the person...  read more

Code: 23613

65.00 GBP

India General Service Medal 1936-39. With clasp 'North West Frontier 1936-37' (41247 Driver Daulat Ram, 13 Mtn. Bty.)

India General Service Medal 1936-39. With clasp 'North West Frontier 1936-37' (41247 Driver Daulat Ram, 13 Mtn. Bty.)

The recipient was an Indian soldier of the Hindu faith who held the rank of 'Driver' while serving with the 13th (Dardoni) Mountain Battery, Royal Artillery, an artillery unit of the British Indian Army

The 13th Mountain Battery had its origins in 1917 when it was raised as the 33rd (Reserve) Mountain Battery, at the Indian Mountain Artillery Depot, located at Abbottabad, North W...  read more

Code: 23609

65.00 GBP

Air Raid Precautions Services Badge. Male issue hallmarked silver, with date letter mark 'A' for London, 1936

Air Raid Precautions Services Badge. Male issue hallmarked silver, with date letter mark 'A' for London, 1936

This an example of the 'Male' issue badge with fob reverse fitting of the type of ARP badge worn in the Second World War 1939-1945

- Metal: 925 hallmarked silver
- Height: 39mm
- Width: 26mm
- Weight: 9g

Reverse of badge complete with male fob fitting, and with London, England, silver hall-marks for 1936

The badge was designed by...  read more

Code: 23607

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