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2nd Cruiser Squadron Medal 1908. With 14 x clasps; Durban, Pietermaritzburg, Pretoria, Johannesburg, Bloemfontein, Ladysmith, East London, Port Elizabeth, Simonstown, Cape Town, St. Helena, Rio De Janerio, Monte Video & Bueno Aries

2nd Cruiser Squadron Medal 1908. With 14 x clasps; Durban, Pietermaritzburg, Pretoria, Johannesburg, Bloemfontein, Ladysmith, East London, Port Elizabeth, Simonstown, Cape Town, St. Helena, Rio De Janerio, Monte Video & Bueno Aries

The medal could be awarded with a maximum of 14 clasps - the medal here offered being a rare seen maximum clasp issue medal

The reverse of the medal with the names of the 4 x Battle Cruisers that formed the 2nd Cruiser Squadron, which in 1908, was deployed on an extensive flag-waving voyage to South Africa (including Naval touring parties to cities of the interior), St Helena (So... read more

Code: 20931

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1914 Star. No clasp (543 Pte. D. McIntosh, 1/5 R.Highrs.)

1914 Star. No clasp (543 Pte. D. McIntosh, 1/5 R.Highrs.)

Important: No 23256 Sergeant David McIntosh, 51st Battalion Machine Gun Corps (infantry) confirmed 'Died of Wounds' on 25 October 1918

Note: 51st Battalion Machine Gun Corps (Infantry) was formed in 1918 from the 4 x Machine Gun Companies (152 -154th) of the famous 51st Highland Division - and were the divisional machine gunners of 51 Highland Division through to the end of the G... read more

Code: 20930

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1914-15 Star (13717 Pte. J. Downie, R.Scots.)

1914-15 Star (13717 Pte. J. Downie, R.Scots.)

Important: Private James Downie 12th Battalion Royal Scots confirmed 'Killed-in-Action' on, 16 July 1916, during the attempt to capture the village of 'Longueval - Deville Wood', during the 'Somme Offensive'

Battle of the Somme: No less then 9 x battalions of the Royal Scots participated during the British Somme Offensive, 1 July to 1 November 1916, viz 2nd (Regular), 8th (TF), ... read more

Code: 20929

Reserved

Ceylon: The Ceylon Police Independence Medal (1948)

Ceylon: The Ceylon Police Independence Medal (1948)

Awarded to all Ceylonese Police Officers serving at the time of Ceylon independence in 1948, together with British nationals who were serving with the Ceylon Police at independence and who had contracted to continue to serve with the Ceylon Police after independence

Important: While Ceylon was granted independence in 1948, the Ceylon Armed Forces Inauguration Medal, and the Ceylo... read more

Code: 20928

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General Service Medal 1918-1962. GVI second issue. With clasp 'Malaya' (14476756 Cpl. P R Parry Camerons)

General Service Medal 1918-1962. GVI second issue. With clasp 'Malaya' (14476756 Cpl. P R Parry Camerons)

General Service Medal 1918-1962. GVI second issue. With clasp 'Malaya' (14476756 Cpl. P. R. Parry, Camerons.)

Sold together with:

- Original EIIR era official white card box of issue with 'Queens Crown' logo on lid.

This box with label including recipients service number, rank name & regiment. Together with original medal riband in cellophane packet,... read more

Code: 20927

Reserved

United Nations: Service Medal with clasp 'Korea'

United Nations: Service Medal with clasp 'Korea'

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

The medal with original corded silk riband & complete with the original mounting bare, this latter retaining the hinged pin & intricate drop lock fittings, as issued

Condition: EF read more

Code: 20926

30.00 GBP

Africa General Service Medal 1902-1956. EIIR issue with clasp 'Kenya' (K.R. 3853 Sgt. G. B. Bartley, Kenya Regt.)

Africa General Service Medal 1902-1956. EIIR issue with clasp 'Kenya' (K.R. 3853 Sgt. G. B. Bartley, Kenya Regt.)

Sold together with:

- Named card box of issue (a/f)
- Named transmittal letter Nairobi, 23/06/1959
- Pin back AGSM riband bar. With hinged pin & clasp

The medal retaining the original issue silk riband

The recipient was a British resident of Kenya Colony who held the rank of Sergeant while serving with the Kenya Regiment (Territorial Fo... read more

Code: 20925

160.00 GBP

General Service Medal 1962. With clasp 'Borneo' (215185 R. J. Fitzpatrick)

General Service Medal 1962. With clasp 'Borneo' (215185 R. J. Fitzpatrick)

Note: At the time of earning the GSM 1962, the recipient was an Australian soldier holding the rank of Sapper while serving with the 7th Field Squadron Royal Australian Engineers. The recipients extant medal record, held and accessible at the Australian War Memorial, shows that Sapper Fitzpatrick embarked from Sydney Australia on 25 May 1964, and disembarked at Jessleton, North Borneo, on, 4 Ju... read more

Code: 20924

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Jubilee Medal 1887. With Metropolitan Police reverse. Bronze

Jubilee Medal 1887. With Metropolitan Police reverse. Bronze

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

Scarce found as a specimen medal

Condition: GVF read more

Code: 20923

75.00 GBP

Police Long Service & Good Conduct Medal. EIIR 1st type (Sub.Inspr Horace C. Dursley)

Police Long Service & Good Conduct Medal. EIIR 1st type (Sub.Inspr Horace C. Dursley)

Important: The recipient was Sub-Inspector Horace Claude Dursley, Admiralty Constabulary, late Royal Marine Police & Royal Marine Artillery

Horace Claude Dursley, son of Thomas Dursley (Edge Tool Maker) and Ann Dursley (nee Millard) was a native of Walsall, Staffordshire, England, where he was born on, 30 April 1894 (baptism records indicate birth date of 27 April 1894). Describe... read more

Code: 20922

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