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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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An Important GALLIPOLI ‘“Battle of Nek” CASUALTY 1914-15 Trio & Plaque. 3371 Pte Thomas Powell, 1/7th & 9th Bn. LANCASHIRE FUSILIERS Killed in Action. 7th August 1915. FROM RUNCORN.
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An Important GALLIPOLI ‘“Battle of Nek” CASUALTY 1914-15 Trio & Plaque. 3371 Pte Thomas Powell, 1/7th & 9th Bn. LANCASHIRE FUSILIERS Killed in Action. 7th August 1915. FROM RUNCORN.

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A Very Attractive UNITED STATES of AMERICA 1881 $10 “Eagle” Gold Piece. Weight 16.718 gms of .900 gold & Containing .48375 Ounce Pure Gold. EF/GEF
£795

A Very Attractive UNITED STATES of AMERICA 1881 $10 “Eagle” Gold Piece. Weight 16.718 gms of .900 gold & Containing .48375 Ounce Pure Gold. EF/GEF

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AN ENIGMATIC & VERY INTRIGUING “LIGHT BRIGADE” CRIMEA MEDAL, “Alma” “Inkermann” “Sebastopol” (Officially Impressed) E. NEWALL. 8th DRAGOONS. (Probably Died of Disease at Sea Returning to England)
£1995

AN ENIGMATIC & VERY INTRIGUING “LIGHT BRIGADE” CRIMEA MEDAL, “Alma” “Inkermann” “Sebastopol” (Officially Impressed) E. NEWALL. 8th DRAGOONS. (Probably Died of Disease at Sea Returning to England)

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A Fine and Outstanding BALTIC, CRIMEA, CHINA, CANADA & TURKISH CRIMEA, Royal Navy, Group of Five. A RARE COMBINATION. To: Able Seaman Charles Phillips, HMS HAWKE, HMS VENGEANCE & HMS ESK.
£2995

A Fine and Outstanding BALTIC, CRIMEA, CHINA, CANADA & TURKISH CRIMEA, Royal Navy, Group of Five. A RARE COMBINATION. To: Able Seaman Charles Phillips, HMS HAWKE, HMS VENGEANCE & HMS ESK.

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An Unusual “TWO WAKEFIELD BROTHERS” Pair of Plaques To: & ERNEST JOHN DAVIS, 2/4th K.O.Y.L.I. K.I.A. (27/11/17) & elder brother EDWARD CHARLES DAVIS, 2/4th EAST LANCS REGt. K.I.A. (21.3.18).
£295

An Unusual “TWO WAKEFIELD BROTHERS” Pair of Plaques To: & ERNEST JOHN DAVIS, 2/4th K.O.Y.L.I. K.I.A. (27/11/17) & elder brother EDWARD CHARLES DAVIS, 2/4th EAST LANCS REGt. K.I.A. (21.3.18).

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An Astonishing “TORPEDO BOAT” D.S.M. & VICTORIAN CAMPAIGN & WW1,LSGC Grouping to two R.N. E.R.A’s. Seven to Chief E.R.A.1st Cl, J.J. WILLIAMS, H.M.S.TERRIBLE & Single,Vic’ LSGC, ERA J.H. HOBBS. H.M.S. ASIA
£2995

An Astonishing “TORPEDO BOAT” DISTINGUISHED SERVICE MEDAL & VICTORIAN CAMPAIGN & WW1 Assembly of Eight Medals to two Royal Navy Engine Room Artificers. Seven to Chief E.R.A.1st Class, J.J. Williams DSM H.M.S. TERRIBLE & a single LSGC (Victoria) to ERA J.H. HOBBS. H.M.S. ASIA

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A Rare & Emotive ROYAL FLYING CORPS (CASUALTY) MILITARY CROSS, Lieut HAROLD F. DUNCAN. With Royal Condolence Telegram from King George V & Queen Mary,& Brother’s 5th H.L.I. WW1 & WW2 T.D. Group of Nine.
£PRICE ON REQUEST

A Rare & Emotive ROYAL FLYING CORPS (CASUALTY) MILITARY CROSS, Lieut HAROLD FORRESTER DUNCAN. With Original Royal Condolence Telegram from King George V & Queen Mary, and Brother’s 5th Highland Light Infantry WW1 & WW2 Territorial Decoration, Group of Nine.

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An Historically Important & Exceptional “PATHFINDERS” DFC (1945) & Bar (1945) W/AG “Caterpillar” Aircrew Europe, “MALAYA” An Outstanding “77 Ops” Log Book, Photos, Badges. Bombed Scharnhorst & V.1 mobile sites.
£8995

An Historically Important & Exceptional “PATHFINDERS” DFC (1945) & Bar (1945) Wop/AG “Caterpillar Club” Aircrew Europe, “MALAYA” GSM group of Eight. Outstanding “77 Ops” Log Book, Photos, Badges. Bombed Scharnhorst & V.1 mobile sites.

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A HIGHLY DESIRABLE 1914-1915 “BEAUMONT-HAMEL” CASUALTY TRIO. To: 13397. Pte J. TAYLOR 1st Bn LANCASHIRE FUSILIERS. KILLED IN ACTION. SATURDAY 1st JULY 1916. “FIRST DAY OF THE BATTLE OF THE SOMME”.
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A HIGHLY DESIRABLE 1914-1915 “BEAUMONT-HAMEL” CASUALTY TRIO. To: 13397. Pte J. TAYLOR 1st Bn LANCASHIRE FUSILIERS. KILLED IN ACTION. SATURDAY 1st JULY 1916. “FIRST DAY OF THE BATTLE OF THE SOMME”.

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