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Air Raid Precautions Services Badge. Male issue hallmarked silver, with date letter mark 'C' for London, 1938

Air Raid Precautions Services Badge. Male issue hallmarked silver, with date letter mark 'C' for London, 1938

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: 23604

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Air Raid Precautions Services Badge. Female issue hallmarked silver, with date letter mark 'D' for London, 1939

Air Raid Precautions Services Badge. Female issue hallmarked silver, with date letter mark 'D' for London, 1939

This an example of the scarcer 'female' issue badge with hinged pin and clasp reverse fittings, and of the type of ARP badge worn during 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 1939read more

Code: 23603

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Pakistan (Dominion): Independence Medal 1947 (8800686 Sep Mohd Din MODC.)

Pakistan (Dominion): Independence Medal 1947 (8800686 Sep Mohd Din MODC.)

The recipient Mohammed Din was holding the rank of Sepoy (Private) and serving with the Ministry of Defence Constabulary

The Ministry of Defence Constabulary, had it's origins in the Defence Department Constabulary that had been established in British India on, 25 April 1947.

At the time of the partition of India and the creation of the independent states of Pakist...  read more

Code: 23601

30.00 GBP

United Nations: Service Medal with clasp 'Korea'

United Nations: Service Medal with clasp 'Korea'

An 'English' language issue medal, as issued to qualifying British, Commonwealth and United States personnel that served during the Korean War

Condition: VF  read more

Code: 23600

25.00 GBP

Royal Navy Long Service and Good Conduct Medal. GVI 1st type (J.104754 H. A. Collins. A/L.S. H.M.S. Courageous.)

Royal Navy Long Service and Good Conduct Medal. GVI 1st type (J.104754 H. A. Collins. A/L.S. H.M.S. Courageous.)

Medal verification: Acting Leading Seaman Herbert Alfred Collins, was awarded his Naval Long Service Good Conduct Medal in March 1938 (ref ADM 171/151), the medal being sent to him at H.M.S. Courageous (Aircraft Carrier) during his 'third' posting to that Aircraft-Carrier, where he was a crew-member between 2 June 1936 to 2 September 1938. His service sheet records the medal as 'Traced' 27 Marc...  read more

Code: 23598

110.00 GBP

Efficiency Decoration. GVI first issue with integral 'Territorial' top bar. Reverse dated (1945)

Efficiency Decoration. GVI first issue with integral 'Territorial' top bar. Reverse dated (1945)

The integral top bar complete with its original long hinged pin and clasp fittings on reverse, and is 'as issued'

Sold together with the Royal Mint plush lined leatherette case of issue. The inside silk panel with GVI Royal Mint logo

The Efficiency Decoration (Territorial) was introduced in 1930 - when it replaced the hitherto named 'Territorial Decoration'. Confus...  read more

Code: 23596

150.00 GBP

Efficiency Medal. GV issue with clasp 'India' (Pte. T. A. Digby 1. E. I. Ry. R., A.F.I.)

Efficiency Medal. GV issue with clasp 'India' (Pte. T. A. Digby 1. E. I. Ry. R., A.F.I.)

Medal verification: The medal was awarded to Private T. A. Digby, of the 1st Battalion East India Railway Regiment (Auxiliary Force India) on 8 October 1934, as published in Indian Army Order No. 531 of 1934

The East Indian Railway Regiment had its origins dating back to 1869, in which year it was raised as the East Indian Railway Volunteer Rifle Corps, after. With the establishm...  read more

Code: 23595

85.00 GBP

India: 1965 India-Pakistan War Medal (Raksha Medal 1965). Officially impressed naming (2731432 Sep. Tuka Ram Kumbar. D. S. C.)

India: 1965 India-Pakistan War Medal (Raksha Medal 1965). Officially impressed naming (2731432 Sep. Tuka Ram Kumbar. D. S. C.)

The recipient was an Indian soldier of the Hindu faith, holding the rank of Sepoy (Private) while serving with the Defence Service Corps of the Indian Army

The Defence Security Corps (DSC), that was raised in 1947, is a corps of the Indian Army responsible for providing security cover to the defence installations of the three services (Army, Navy, Air Force) and other sensitive i...  read more

Code: 23355

15.00 GBP

Austria (Empire): Jubilee Medal for the Armed Forces & Gendarmerie 1898. Bronze issue. Military issue ribbon

Austria (Empire): Jubilee Medal for the Armed Forces & Gendarmerie 1898. Bronze issue. Military issue ribbon

In German 'Jubiläums-Erinnerungsmedaille für die bewaffnete Macht und die Gendarmerie 1898'

The medal was issued to commemorate the 50th anniversary of the reign of Emperor Franz Joseph I

The medal can be found in different metals, and issued on different ribands pending whether the recipient was a Military, Police (inc Customs) or Civilian, and an officer or other...  read more

Code: 23593

20.00 GBP

Italy (Republic): Order of the Star of Italian Solidarity (Ordine della Stella della Solidarietà Italiana. Cavaliere) 1st type. 3rd Class 'Knight's' breast badge. Named & dated on reverse (C V Radford 5.2.58) Silver gilt

Italy (Republic): Order of the Star of Italian Solidarity (Ordine della Stella della Solidarietà Italiana. Cavaliere) 1st type. 3rd Class 'Knight's' breast badge. Named & dated on reverse (C V Radford 5.2.58) Silver gilt

Scottish Female Recipient: The recipient of this named award, was Charlotte Victoria Radford (1888-1996)

Named: Reverse of insignia is engraved with recipients name and date of issue.

The insignia is of the first type design, the reverse of the suspension with makers marks of Arturo Pozzi, Rome

Sold together with:

- Original plush hin...  read more

Code: 23591

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