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A DESIRABLE & HIGHLY EMOTIVE (FIRST DAY of THE SOMME) (Beaumont-Hamel-Serre)“CASUALTY” 1914-15 Trio. Pte. 3/12890. Willie Naylor. 2nd West Riding Regiment. KILLED IN ACTION, 1st JULY 1916. Age 25
£1250

A DESIRABLE & HIGHLY EMOTIVE (FIRST DAY of THE SOMME) (Beaumont-Hamel-Serre)“CASUALTY” 1914-15 Trio. Pte. 3/12890. Willie Naylor. 2nd West Riding Regiment. KILLED IN ACTION, 1st JULY 1916. Age 25

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A Superb 5th West Riding Rgt MILITARY MEDAL & Pair for, “The TANDY Victoria Cross” Action at “Marcoing”(Canal Du Nord) 28th September 1918. 266957 Pte C.S. FLETCHER. 5/West Riding Regt.
£1250

A Superb 5th West Riding Rgt MILITARY MEDAL & Pair for, “The TANDY Victoria Cross” Action at “Marcoing”(Canal Du Nord) 28th September 1918. 266957 Pte C.S. FLETCHER. 5/West Riding Regt.

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A Superb & Exceptional D-DAY & (BATTLE OF FALAISE GAP) “Caterpillar Club” (P.O.W.) Typhoon Pilot’s “Aircrew Europe (F&G)” Group, Log Book, & GERMAN P.O.W. papers. On THE LONG MARCH Stalag Luft VII 19th January 1945.
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A Superb & Exceptional D-DAY & (BATTLE OF FALAISE GAP) “Caterpillar Club” (P.O.W.) Typhoon Pilot’s “Aircrew Europe (F&G)” Group, Log Book, & GERMAN P.O.W. papers. Took part in THE LONG WINTER MARCH from Stalag Luft 7, January 1945.

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AN EXCESSIVELY RARE & COMPLETE “ROYAL NAVY” (Gunner’s) 1914-15 Star Trio, with KHEDIVE’s Sudan Medal. To: W.A. CORTIS. H.M.S SCOUT 1896 (& GNR, HMS SEAFLOWER “MINESWEEPER” (1914)
£CURRENTLY RESEARCHING

AN EXCESSIVELY RARE & COMPLETE “ROYAL NAVY” (Gunner’s) 1914-15 Star Trio, with KHEDIVE’s Sudan Medal. To: W.A. CORTIS. H.M.S SCOUT 1896 (& GNR, HMS SEAFLOWER “MINESWEEPER” (1914)

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A Scarce “River Thames, at Greenwich” Bronze, Type2 (Unsuccessful) R.H.S. Medal, To: WILLIAM DONAVAN, who on 12th June 1903, attempted but failed to save Four Year Old GEORGE PACKHAM who fell into The Thames.
£395

A Scarce “River Thames, at Greenwich” Bronze, Type2 (Unsuccessful) Royal Humane Society Medal, To: William Donovan 12th June 1903.

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A HIGHLY EMOTIVE “TWO BROTHERS” R.A.F. & R.N. Double Casualty Group. The HUGHES Brothers of Abertillery, Wales. Sgt F.A. HUGHES (RAF) K.I.A. 22.1.43 & W.J.E. HUGHES (RN) K.I.A. 15.12.41.
£995

A HIGHLY EMOTIVE “TWO BROTHERS” R.A.F. & R.N. Double Casualty Group. The HUGHES Brothers of Abertillery, Wales. Sgt F.A. HUGHES (RAF) K.I.A. 22.1.43 & W.J.E. HUGHES (RN) K.I.A. 15.12.41.

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A HIGHLY UNUSUAL “PRISONER OF WAR” MILITARY GENERAL SERVICE MEDAL (VIMIERA) To: G.COLE. 2nd (Queen’s Royal West Surrey) Foot Regiment. Captured by the French at Vimiero on 22nd October 1808.
£Currently Researching

A HIGHLY UNUSUAL “PRISONER OF WAR” MILITARY GENERAL SERVICE MEDAL (VIMIERA) To: G.COLE. 2nd (Queen’s Royal West Surrey) Foot Regiment. Captured by the French at Vimiero. Recorded as a P.O.W. on 22nd October 1808.

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AN EXCEPTIONALLY WELL DOCUMENTED & EARLY “LIVERPOOL SHIPWRECK & HUMANE SOCIETY’S FIRE MEDAL”. To: P.C. 158B. Fred W. Baxter, Rescued 3 Children From House On Fire in Lowndes St, L’Pool. 24th May 1896.
£SIMILAR FIRE AWARDS WANTED

AN EXCEPTIONALLY WELL DOCUMENTED & EARLY “LIVERPOOL SHIPWRECK & HUMANE SOCIETY’S FIRE MEDAL”. To: P.C. 158B. Frederick W. Baxter, For Having Rescued 3 Children From House On Fire in Lowndes St, L’Pool. 24th May 1896. (With Original Certificate)

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AN EMOTIVE “1st Day Battle of Loos” CASUALTY 1914-15 Trio & Plaque. 3834. Pte Horace J. Neeson. 10th Bn. HIGHLAND LIGHT INFANTRY. Killed in Action 25th September 1915.
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AN EMOTIVE “1st Day Battle of Loos” CASUALTY 1914-15 Trio & Plaque. 3834. Pte Horace J. Neeson. 10th Bn. HIGHLAND LIGHT INFANTRY. Killed in Action 25th September 1915.

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AN RARE & DESIRABLE FOREIGN AWARD of DISTINGUISHING SERVICE MEDAL” To: FRENCH “Brevete” RENAUD GABIER. Crewman in French Battleship “CHARLEMAGNE” For Gallantry, Dardanelles on 18th March 1915.
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AN EXTREMELY RARE & DESIRABLE FOREIGN AWARD of “THE DISTINGUISHING SERVICE MEDAL” (GV) To: FRENCH SEAMAN “Brevete” RENAUD GABIER A Crewman in the French Battleship “CHARLEMAGNE” For Gallantry in the Dardanelles on 18th March 1915.

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