An Interesting 'Three Reigns' Boer War Q.S.A. & Edward VII, I.G.S. (N.W. Frontier 1908) 1914 Star & Bar Trio (The Victory is an ULTRA RARE Genuine Blank)

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An Interesting 'Three Reigns' Boer War Q.S.A. & Edward VII, I.G.S. (N.W. Frontier 1908) 1914 Star & Bar Trio
(*The Victory is an ULTRA RARE Genuine Blank)

[BIOGRAPHY]
Joseph Clark was born in May 1883 in Lincoln. He had been an 18 year old Sawyer prior to enlistment and was living in Schofield near Bradford in Yorkshire. He signed on at Bradford on 8th August 1901. He was a short lad of only 5' 2" with hazel eyes and dark brown hair. He spelled his name as CLARK (without the E) so it was the army clerks who got it wrong on his QSA & IGS.

An Interesting QUEEN'S SOUTH AFRICA MEDAL.
Cape Colony- South Africa 1902.
(Orange Free State clasp not on roll, but it's clearly a private neat fixing very long ago.)

To: 6599. Pte. T. CLARKE. W.RIDING Regt.
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INDIAN GENERAL SERVICE MEDAL.
(North West Frontier 1908)
8141. Pte. J. CLARKE. 1st W.Y Regt

An Interesting 1914 Star & Bar
8141. Pte. J. CLARK. 2/W.YORKS.R.
War Medal. 8141. Pte. J. CLARK. W.YORK. R.
Victory Medal is a Very Rare Original Unnamed Blank.

Joseph Clark entered France on 5th November 1914.

An Interesting West Yorkshire Hat Badge, W,YORKS shoulder titles x2 & L.G. (Lewis Gun Crew) Badge. WW2 "ARP" Silver Badge. (Possible WW2 Service & Defence Medal entitlement)

**Clearly Pte 'CLARKE' started his service with The West Riding Regt and as is commonly seen with this surname, his was first spelt with an E on the QSA & IGS & 'CLARK' without the ‘E’ on the WW1 medals.

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With original WW1 white card 'pair' medal box (8141. Pte.J.Clark, W.York.R.) All medals GVF -EF, uncleaned with original dark toned silver & lustrous copper. Group comes complete with 1901 attestation papers and confirming rolls for all medals. QSA roll confirms just the two clasps.
( *The genuine 'blank' Victory Medal with the group is a great rarity in itself at £150 )

EF £795

An Interesting 'Three Reigns' Boer War Q.S.A. & Edward VII, I.G.S. (N.W. Frontier 1908)  1914 Star & Bar Trio (The Victory is an ULTRA RARE Genuine Blank)

An Interesting 'Three Reigns' Boer War Q.S.A. & Edward VII, I.G.S. (N.W. Frontier 1908) 1914 Star & Bar Trio (The Victory is an ULTRA RARE Genuine Blank)
£795

An Interesting 'Three Reigns' Boer War Q.S.A. & Edward VII, I.G.S. (N.W. Frontier 1908) 1914 Star & Bar Trio (The Victory is an ULTRA RARE Genuine Blank)