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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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An Attractive UNITED STATES of AMERICA 1923 “ST. GAUDENS” $20 Gold Piece “Double Eagle”. Weight 33.436 gms & Containing .9675 Ounce Pure Gold.
£1595

An Attractive UNITED STATES of AMERICA 1923 “ST. GAUDENS” $20 Gold Piece “Double Eagle”. Weight 33.436 gms & Containing .9675 Ounce Pure Gold.

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An Attractive & Early UNITED STATES of AMERICA 1877 “S” $20 “Double Eagle” (San Francisco Mint) Weight 33.436 gms .900 Gold & Containing .9675 Pure Gold.
£SPOT GOLD +15% (Please Call) 01342-870926

An Attractive & Early UNITED STATES of AMERICA 1877 “S” $20 “Double Eagle” (San Francisco Mint) Weight 33.436 gms .900 Gold & Containing .9675 Pure Gold.

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A RARE “ROYAL SOCIETY for THE PROTECTION of LIFE FROM FIRE” (Bronze Medal) Type 3 of 1843. To: A.J. LIGHTFOOT, for services at LAMBETH. 4th FEBRUARY 1890.
£SOLD

A RARE “ROYAL SOCIETY for THE PROTECTION of LIFE FROM FIRE” (Bronze Medal) Type 3 of 1843. To: A.J. LIGHTFOOT, for services at LAMBETH. 4th FEBRUARY 1890.

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A “Unique” Post Office-Medical, WW2 Royal Navy, Group of Nine. St John, (Svg Brother) B.E.M.(Civil),1939-45, Burma, France & Germany Stars, War Medal, I.S.M. Civil Defence L.S. & Voluntary Medical Service Medal (Four Clasps)
£995.00

A “Unique” Post Office-Medical, WW2 Royal Navy, Group of Nine. St John, (Svg Brother) B.E.M.(Civil),1939-45, Burma, France & Germany Stars, War Medal, I.S.M. Civil Defence L.S. & V.M.S.M. with four clasps. To: D/JX 616481, HENRY WILLIAM JOHN BARGENT. R.N. (Wireless Telegraphist) 1943-1945. With extensive service as a postman in Reading both before & after his period of Naval service.

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