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Egypt & Sudan Medal 1882-1889. With 1882 dated reverse & 3 x clasps 'Tel-El-Kebir'. 'Suakin 1884' & 'El-Teb_Tamaai' (2006. Lce Sgt C. Melia. 1/Gord: Highrs.)

Egypt & Sudan Medal 1882-1889. With 1882 dated reverse & 3 x clasps 'Tel-El-Kebir'. 'Suakin 1884' & 'El-Teb_Tamaai' (2006. Lce Sgt C. Melia. 1/Gord: Highrs.)

Medal & clasp verification: The medal and all 3 x clasps verified as entitled per the respective campaign medal roll for the 1st Battalion Gordon Highlanders reference WO 100/59 & WO 100/66. The recipient was also awarded an 1882 Khedival Star (the recipients extant service papers held at The National Archives, refers).

Note: The recipients brother No 1839 Drummer Francis Stephen... read more

Code: 21891

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Queens South Africa Medal 1899-1902. Silver issue with clasp 'Natal' (3387 Pte J. Hughes, Rl. Irish Fus:)

Queens South Africa Medal 1899-1902. Silver issue with clasp 'Natal' (3387 Pte J. Hughes, Rl. Irish Fus:)


Medal & clasps verification: The medal and clasps confirmed as entitled per the respective campaign medal roll of the 2nd Battalion Royal Irish Fusiliers (Princess Victoria's) reference WO 100/205, that was compiled and signed 'In-the-Field' at, Machadodork, South Africa, on, 9 July 1901. This was the recipients only medal entitlement for the South African War

John Hughes... read more

Code: 21890

275.00 GBP

Queens South Africa Medal 1899-1902. Silver issue with 2 x clasps 'Tugela Heights' & 'Relief of Ladysmith' (2789 Pte J. Wilson, 2: R Scots Fus:)

Queens South Africa Medal 1899-1902. Silver issue with 2 x clasps 'Tugela Heights' & 'Relief of Ladysmith' (2789 Pte J. Wilson, 2: R Scots Fus:)

Died-of-Wounds: Private Wilson 2nd Battalion Royal Scots Fusiliers is confirmed 'Died-of-Wounds' at Pietermaritzburg, Natal Colony, on, 2 March 1900. He had been wounded during the operations to relieve Ladysmith.

Medal & clasps verification: The medal and both clasps confirmed as entitled per the respective campaign medal roll of the 2nd Battalion Royal Scots Fusiliers (referen... read more

Code: 21889

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Queens South Africa Medal 1899-1902. Silver issue with 2 x clasps 'Talana' & 'Transvaal' (5580 Pte P. Caffery, Rl. Irish Fus:)

Queens South Africa Medal 1899-1902. Silver issue with 2 x clasps 'Talana' & 'Transvaal' (5580 Pte P. Caffery, Rl. Irish Fus:)

Prisoner of War: Private P. Caffery, 1st Battalion Royal Irish Fusiliers is confirmed being captured by the Boer enemy at Nicholson's Nek (Natal Colony) on 30 October 1899, and being subsequently released as a 'Prisoner-of-War' at Waterval on, 6 June 1900. He had been held just over 8 months as a Prisoner of War (Reference the 'Ballymena Weekly Telegraph' issue of 21 July 1900, that contains a ... read more

Code: 21888

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Queens South Africa Medal 1899-1902. Silver issue with 2 x clasps 'Cape Colony' & 'Relief of Ladysmith' (3919 Pte J. Wallace, 1: Rl: Innis: Fus:)

Queens South Africa Medal 1899-1902. Silver issue with 2 x clasps 'Cape Colony' & 'Relief of Ladysmith' (3919 Pte J. Wallace, 1: Rl: Innis: Fus:)

Killed-in-Action: Private J. Wallace 1st Battalion Royal Inniskilling Fusiliers, confirmed Killed-in-Action at the Battle of Colenso in Natal Colony (during 'Black Week') on, 19 November 1899

Medal & clasps verification: The medal and both clasps confirmed as entitled per the respective campaign medal roll of 1st Battalion Royal Inniskilling Fusiliers (reference WO 100/183) that... read more

Code: 21887

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Queens South Africa Medal 1899-1902. Silver issue with 2 x clasps 'Cape Colony' & 'Paardeberg' (3825 Pte F. Conway, 2: Sea: Highrs:)

Queens South Africa Medal 1899-1902. Silver issue with 2 x clasps 'Cape Colony' & 'Paardeberg' (3825 Pte F. Conway, 2: Sea: Highrs:)

Died-of-Wounds: Private Frederick Conway, 2nd Battalion Seaforth Highlanders (Ross-shire Buffs, The Duke of Albany's) confirmed 'Severely' Wounded-in-Action (Gunshot Wound) at Paardeberg, 18 February 1900, and subsequently Died-of-Wounds at Wynberg, on 24 March 1900

An obituary notice was published in the local press of the recipients home town, in the 'Leamington Spa Courier' is... read more

Code: 21886

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Queens South Africa Medal 1899-1902. Silver issue with 2 x clasps 'Cape Colony' & 'Paardeberg' (3441 Clr:-Sjt: J. Williamson. K.O. Scot: Bord:)

Queens South Africa Medal 1899-1902. Silver issue with 2 x clasps 'Cape Colony' & 'Paardeberg' (3441 Clr:-Sjt: J. Williamson. K.O. Scot: Bord:)

Note: The word 'Scot' officially corrected - and exactly as issued

Medal & clasps verification: The medal and all 3 x clasps confirmed as entitled per the respective campaign medal roll of 1st Battalion King's Own Scottish Borderers (reference WO 100/82) that was compiled and signed 'In-the Field' at Rooidraai, South Africa, on 2 February 1902. This the recipients only medal enti... read more

Code: 21885

175.00 GBP

Queens South Africa Medal 1899-1902. Silver issue with 2 x clasps 'Natal' & 'Transvaal' (2031 Gnr: J. Paris, Edin: Coy: R.G.A.)

Queens South Africa Medal 1899-1902. Silver issue with 2 x clasps 'Natal' & 'Transvaal' (2031 Gnr: J. Paris, Edin: Coy: R.G.A.)

Medal & clasps verification: The medal and all 3 x clasps confirmed as entitled per the respective campaign medal roll of Edinburgh Company, Scottish Division Royal Garrison Artillery (reference WO 100/146) that was compiled and signed 'In-the Field' at, Ladysmith, Natal Colony, on, 17 July 1901. Gunner Paris was also entitled to the later dated clasp 'South Africa 1901' (ref WO 100/146). Howev... read more

Code: 21884

275.00 GBP

Queens South Africa Medal 1899-1902. Silver issue with 2 x clasps 'Cape Colony' & 'South Africa 1902' (5000 Pte T. Williams. 17th Lancers.)

Queens South Africa Medal 1899-1902. Silver issue with 2 x clasps 'Cape Colony' & 'South Africa 1902' (5000 Pte T. Williams. 17th Lancers.)

Medal & clasps verification: The medal and both clasps confirmed as entitled per the respective campaign medal roll of the 17th Lancers (reference WO 100/118) that was compiled and signed at Stobs Camp, United Kingdom, on, 17 July 1903. This was the recipients only medal entitlement for the South African War

Thomas Williams, was a native of Dyserth, Flintshire, Wales, where he w... read more

Code: 21883

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Queens South Africa Medal 1899-1902. Silver issue with 2 x clasps 'Cape Colony' & 'Transvaal' (1891 Pte J. McKee, Rl. Irish Fus:)

Queens South Africa Medal 1899-1902. Silver issue with 2 x clasps 'Cape Colony' & 'Transvaal' (1891 Pte J. McKee, Rl. Irish Fus:)

Medal & clasps verification: The medal and both 'Cape Colony' & 'Transvaal' clasps confirmed as entitled per the respective campaign medal roll of the 2nd Battalion Royal Irish Fusiliers (Princess Victoria's) reference WO 100/205, that was compiled and signed 'In-the-Field' at, Macahadodorp, South Africa, on, 9 July 1901. The recipients medal entry with remark '3rd Bn Royal Irish Fus Disembodie... read more

Code: 21882

160.00 GBP