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A VERY HIGH GRADE & ATTRACTIVE WATERLOO MEDAL. To: JAMES WARD. GUNNER. ROYAL FOOT ARTILLERY. With Captain Rogers Company. Fought at QUATRE BRAS & WATERLOO.
£SOLD

A VERY HIGH GRADE & ATTRACTIVE WATERLOO MEDAL. To: JAMES WARD. GUNNER. ROYAL FOOT ARTILLERY. With Captain Rogers Company. Fought at QUATRE BRAS & WATERLOO.

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A SUPERB “CAVALRY” (Two Clasp) MILITARY GENERAL SERVICE MEDAL 1848. [VITTORIA] & [ORTHES] To. GEORGE HARWOOD 15th (Duke of Cumberland’s) Hussars.
£1550

A SUPERB “CAVALRY” (Two Clasp) MILITARY GENERAL SERVICE MEDAL 1848. [VITTORIA] & [ORTHES] To. GEORGE HARWOOD 15th (Duke of Cumberland’s) Hussars.

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A HIGH GRADE & HIGHLY ATTRACTIVE WATERLOO MEDAL (Privately named to a fully entitled recipient) To: GUNNER R. CUNNINGHAM. ROYAL ARTILLERY GUNNERS. (Served, Lt Col Gardiner’s “E“ Troop)
£SOLD

A HIGH GRADE & HIGHLY ATTRACTIVE WATERLOO MEDAL (Privately named to a fully entitled recipient) To: GUNNER R. CUNNINGHAM. ROYAL ARTILLERY GUNNERS. (Served with Lt Col Gardiner’s “E“ Troop)

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A VERY SCARCE (FIRST DAY of THE SOMME) “LEEDS PALS” CASUALTY, 1914-15 Star Trio. To. 15-687 Pte Thomas T. Noble 15th West Yorks Regt. “SERIOUSLY WOUNDED ON 1st JULY 1916 IN THE ATTACK AT SERRE”
£695 (With Rare “Leeds Pals” Shoulder Title)

A VERY SCARCE (FIRST DAY of THE SOMME) “LEEDS PALS” CASUALTY, 1914-15 Star Trio. To. 15-687 Pte Thomas T. Noble 15th West Yorks Regt. “SERIOUSLY WOUNDED ON 1st JULY 1916 IN THE ATTACK AT SERRE”

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A “UNIQUE” & VERY RARE, ORIGINALLY UNNAMED DEATH PLAQUE & ORIGINAL UNNAMED 1914-15 STAR TRIO. We Dedicate This Grouping To: The Unknown Soldier & All The Men Who Gave Their Lives on 1st JULY 1916.
£SOLD ( in two hours )

A “UNIQUE” & VERY RARE, ORIGINALLY UNNAMED DEATH PLAQUE with AN ORIGINAL UNNAMED 1914-15 STAR TRIO. WE DEDICATE THIS GROUPING TO “THE UNKNOWN SOLDIER, SAILOR or AIRMAN” & ALL THE SOLDIERS WHO GAVE THEIR LIVES IN ACTION ON 1st JULY 1916.

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A RARE & DESIRABLE “FIRST DAY of THE BATTLE of THE SOMME” PLAQUE To: 301389 Pte ERNEST PERRIN SOWBY 1/5th LONDON RIFLES KILLED-IN-ACTION at GOMMECOURT 1st JULY 1916
£295

A RARE & DESIRABLE “FIRST DAY of THE BATTLE of THE SOMME” PLAQUE To: 301389 Pte ERNEST PERRIN SOWBY 1/5th LONDON RIFLES. KILLED-IN-ACTION at GOMMECOURT 1st JULY 1916

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A SCARCE “TWO CLASP” (GVR) GENERAL SERVICE MEDAL “N.W.PERSIA” & “IRAQ” To: 4736839. Pte A.E. GRAHAM. YORKSHIRE & LANCASHIRE REG.
£295

A SCARCE “TWO CLASP” (GVR) GENERAL SERVICE MEDAL “N.W.PERSIA” & “IRAQ” To: 4736839. Pte A.E. GRAHAM. YORKSHIRE & LANCASHIRE REG.

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A SUPERB 1st JULY 1916 \"FIRST DAY OF THE SOMME\" MILITARY CROSS & 2nd AWARD BAR (Battle of Messiness) FOUR TIMES M.I.D To.T/ Capt) William Crossley Wale. 8th Yorks & Lancs Regt. attd: 70th (Light) Trench Mortar Battery.
£12995

AN HISTORICALLY IMPORTANT & GREATLY DESIRABLE, 1st JULY 1916 \"FIRST DAY OF THE SOMME\" MILITARY CROSS & 2nd AWARD BAR (Battle of Messiness) FOUR TIMES M.I.D To.T/ Capt) William Crossley Wale. 8th Yorks & Lancs Regt. attd: 70th (Light) Trench Mortar Battery.

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AN ULTRA RARE & DESIRABLE 1914-15 TRIO: 1694.ACT, A.B. CHARLES UNDERHILL. H.M.C.S. RAINBOW. ROYAL CANADIAN NAVY. There were ONLY 350 R.C.N. Sailors serving in two military ships in 1914.
£1550

AN ULTRA RARE, ASTONISHING & HIGHLY DESIRABLE, 1914-15 TRIO: ROYAL CANADIAN NAVY, H.M.C.S. RAINBOW. 1694. ACT, A.B. CHARLES UNDERHILL ROYAL CANADIAN NAVY, H.M.C.S. RAINBOW. ONE OF ONLY 350 Canadian Royal Canadian Navy Sailors serving in only two military ships in 1914.

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AN EXTREMELY RARE “TRANSPORT MEDAL” (EDWARD VII) With “TWO CLASPS” [SOUTH AFRICA 1899-1902] & [CHINA 1900]. To: JOHN HASTIE ROBERTSON (Chief Engineer) TORPEDOED by UC-62 on 28th July 1917.
£SOLD (EXPORT)

AN EXTREMELY RARE “TRANSPORT MEDAL” (EDWARD VII) With “TWO CLASPS” [SOUTH AFRICA 1899-1902] & [CHINA 1900]. To: JOHN HASTIE ROBERTSON (Chief Engineer) TORPEDOED 28th July 1917.

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