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Ghuznee and Cabul Medal 1842. Bronze

Ghuznee and Cabul Medal 1842. Bronze

An un-named, un-marked and un-mounted bronze specimen medal. As struck by the Royal Mint

Note: One identical obverse medal with 4 x different reverse issues were awarded in the series of campaign medals awarded by the Honourable East India Company in respect of services during the 1st Afghan War 1841-42, at Candahar, Ghuznee & Caul, vis; Candahar 1842; Cabul 1842; Ghuznee Cabul 1... read more

Code: 20941

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Crimea Medal 1854-56. With clasp 'Alma' (Major. A. Willett. 17th Lancers.)

Crimea Medal 1854-56. With clasp 'Alma' (Major. A. Willett. 17th Lancers.)

Important: Major Augustus Saltern Willett was the Officer Commanding 17th Lancers at the time of his death - due to 'cholera' - at Balaklava, Crimea, only 2 days prior to the famous 'Charge of the Light Brigade'

Naming: The medal is officially engraved named by 'Hunt & Roskell' style

Note: Medal and clasp verified per the respective campaign medal roll of 17th Lanc... read more

Code: 20940

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Crimea Medal 1854-56. With 4 x clasps 'Alma' 'Balaklava' 'Inkerman' & 'Sebastopol' (Dvr Marshall. Regnall. R.H.A.)

Crimea Medal 1854-56. With 4 x clasps 'Alma' 'Balaklava' 'Inkerman' & 'Sebastopol' (Dvr Marshall. Regnall. R.H.A.)

Naming: The naming is officially engraved in serifed capitals by Hunt & Roskell

Clasps: Mounted in correct order of precedence, and all rivets are official expect for one unofficial rivet on the second clasp

Note: Medal & all 4 x clasps clasp verified as entitled per the respective campaign medal roll of 'I' Troop, Royal Horse Artillery (ref WO 100/24), wherein the... read more

Code: 20939

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Crimea Medal 1854-56. With 4 x clasps 'Alma' 'Balaklava' 'Inkerman' & 'Sebastopol' (P. Wilson. XIth. P.A.O. Hussars)

Crimea Medal 1854-56. With 4 x clasps 'Alma' 'Balaklava' 'Inkerman' & 'Sebastopol' (P. Wilson. XIth. P.A.O. Hussars)

Naming: The naming is impressed in a contemporary regimental /depot style, of which several variant format styles known are known to this particular regiment, some of which include the recipients regimental number, others 'sans' the P.A.O. abbreviation

Clasps: Mounted in the correct order of precedence. First clasp face sprung on one side. The top clasp only (often issued separ... read more

Code: 20938

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India General Service Medal 1895-1902. Victoria issue. Silver, with clasp 'Relief of Chitral 1895' (Jemdr Dhan Sing Gurung, 2d Bn 4th Gurkhas)

India General Service Medal 1895-1902. Victoria issue. Silver, with clasp 'Relief of Chitral 1895' (Jemdr Dhan Sing Gurung, 2d Bn 4th Gurkhas)

Note: The only Gurkha Rifles regiment to deploy as a unit & qualify for the clasp 'Relief of Chitral 1895' was 2nd Battalion 4th Gurkha Rifles

The recipient was a native of Nepal, of Gurkha ethnicity from the region of Western Nepal, who held the Viceroy's Commissioned Officer appointment of 'Jemadar' while serving with the 2nd Battalion 4th Gurkha Rifles

Jemadar D... read more

Code: 20937

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East and Central Africa Medal 1897-1899. Bronze issue

East and Central Africa Medal 1897-1899. Bronze issue

An un-named un-mounted bronze issue specimen medal. As struck by the Royal Mint

Note: Bronze medals with or without clasps (the 4 x clasps sanctioned for award with the medal where eligible were; Uganda 1897-98, Lubwa's, 1898 & Uganda 1899) were issued to native non-combatant attested followers, of which only a small number of bronze medals were issued, and of which extremely few... read more

Code: 20936

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Queen's South Africa Medal 1899-1902. Silver issue with clasp 'Cape Colony' (4597 Pte J Sinclair 2:R.Highrs)

Queen's South Africa Medal 1899-1902. Silver issue with clasp 'Cape Colony' (4597 Pte J Sinclair 2:R.Highrs)

Black Day for the Black Watch - Magersfontein: The single clasp 'Cape Colony' QSA medal issue was awarded to 2nd Battalion Black Watch who served in Cape Colony, South Africa, 1899-1900, including all veterans of the bloody battle of Magersfontein - and who did not serve in South Africa, after 1900

After having disembarked at Cape Town, Cape Colony on 13 November 1899, 2/Black Wa... read more

Code: 20935

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Queen's South Africa Medal 1899-1902. Silver issue with 2 x clasps 'Cape Colony' & 'South Africa 1902' (6030 S. Serjt: Maj: P. F. Felgate. A.S.C.)

Queen's South Africa Medal 1899-1902. Silver issue with 2 x clasps 'Cape Colony' & 'South Africa 1902' (6030 S. Serjt: Maj: P. F. Felgate. A.S.C.)

Note: Recipient was 1st Class Staff Sergeant Maor, Percy Frederick Felgate, Army Service Corps, late Scottish Rifles

Important: Medal and both clasps verified per the recipients extant service records held & accessible at The National Archives. In addition to the QSA medal, the recipient was also awarded / entitled t below folloing medals:

- Egypt & Soudan Medal &... read more

Code: 20934

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India General Service Medal 1895-1908. EDVII silver issue with clasp 'Waziristan 1901-02' (945 3d Cl. Hospl. Asst. Nidham Singh 28th Pb. Infy.)

India General Service Medal 1895-1908. EDVII silver issue with clasp 'Waziristan 1901-02' (945 3d Cl. Hospl. Asst. Nidham Singh 28th Pb. Infy.)

Important: Recipient was an Indian soldier of the Sikh faith serving as a 3rd Class Hospital Assistant (a Warrant Officer rank) on attachment to the 28th Punjab Infantry, a regiment of the British Indian Army

Note: The recipient's parent unit was the Indian Hospital Corps, the recipient being attached to the 28th Punjabis for the duration of the regiment's active service during t... read more

Code: 20933

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Tibet Medal 1903-04. Bronze issue. No clasp (Cooly Dhanbahadur Tamang S. & T. Corps)

Tibet Medal 1903-04. Bronze issue. No clasp (Cooly Dhanbahadur Tamang S. & T. Corps)

The medal recipient was a Nepalese citizen from Eastern Nepal, who was serving as a non-combatant, performing the trade of 'Cooly' (Labourer) while serving with the Supply and Transport Corps of the British Indian Army

The medal in choice condition, with attractive toning

Condition: About EF read more

Code: 20932

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