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WW1 Death Plaque To Chief Engineer Emerson Ruddock Salkeld After Ship The SS Nevisbrook Was Sank By A U boat Off Fastnet, Ireland. M 118 - M 118
This is a WW1 Death Plaque to Chief Engineer Emerson Ruddock Salkeld of South Shields, the seagoing Chief Engineer on the SS Nevisbrook a cargo steamer of 3140 tons built in 1913. Mr Salkeld died aged 45 years at Doctor Martins house in Jesmond on the 23rd August 1917 as a result of blood poisoning after being torpedoed by a U boat 90 miles West of Fastnet off the Irish coast on the 20th July 1917. The price includes U.K. delivery. M 118

Original WW2 5 Medal Group comprising; The War Medal, Defence medal, France and Germany Star, Africa Star and 1939 – Star. M 117 - M 117
This is an original WW2 5 medal group comprising of the War Medal, Defence medal, France and Germany Star, Africa Star and 1939 – Star. These medals were awarded to troops fighting in the various theatres in WW2. The France and Germany Star, Africa Stars were also awarded to troops who served in that theatre. The price includes U.K. delivery. M 117

WW1 Pair And Death Plaque With Paperwork. M 116 - M 116
This is a nice WW1 pair of War and Victory Medals including the death plaque to Private 66367 Arthur Lacey of the 1/6 Territorial Battalion. The Northumberland Fusiliers. He was killed in action on the 10th April 1918 in France and Flanders. This group also contains the original forwarding certificate dated the 19th May 1922 addressed to his father and the standard condolence slip from King George V. This is a nice territorial group to a man killed in action. The price includes U.K. delivery. M 116

WW1 Pair Plus Miniatures For Private 241844 Charles Edward Dunn 2/5 Kings Own Royal Lancaster Regiment. M 115 - M 115
This is a nice WW1 pair plus miniatures for a Charles Edward Dunn who served with the 2/5 Kings Own Royal Lancaster France and Flanders from 17th March 1916 to 17th June 1918 when he was discharged wounded. He is therefore also entitled to a silver wound badge. The medals are contained in a hard wooden box with GREAT WAR FRANCE carved into the lid and comes complete with 2 dog tags, a wound stripe, 4 Kings Own shoulder titles and a set of miniatures. There is also a printed copy of his service details. The price includes U.K. delivery. M 115 £145

WW1 Trio To a Private George W. Swan Of The East Lancashire Regiment. M 114 - M 114
This is a nice WW1 trio to a Private George W. Swan of the East Lancashire Regiment. The medals consist of the 1914-15 Star, the War Medal and the Victory Medal. All of the medals carry his service number 3-6315 and are mounted on card for display. The medals are in excellent condition. The price includes U.K. delivery. M 114

SOLD SOLD (15/10) German WW1 1914 Iron Cross 1st Class With Screw Back In Fitted Case. M113 - M 113
This is a very nice WW1 Iron Cross 1st Class with the scarce sunburst screw back fitting. The medal retains most of its original finish with only minor wear to the highlights. There are no makers marks which is not unusual on these pieces. The medal is complete with its original black fitted case and appears to have been in it for all of its life. WW1 iron crosses area getting harder to find and the price includes U.K delivery. M 113 £325

Hunter River Lancers Badge. BA 894 - BA 894
This is an original 12/16th Hunter River Lancers badge issued to the Australian Army Reserve Light Armoured Regiment formed on the 1st May 1948. This regiment seaws its lineage from units originally formed in the 1880s. the regiment is currently a light cavalry scout unit and has in recent years seen service in Iraq and Afghanistan. This badge dates from the 1953 – 1960s period and carries the makers mark K.C. LUKE MELBOURNE stamped to the rear of the badge. The white metal badge has 2 lugs to the rear for securing the badge. This is an early and scarce badge. The price includes U.K. delivery. BA 894

Medal Group To The Chilman Family. M 112 - M 112
This is a family group of medals consisting of a World War 1 trio to a bi-lingual South African, the father H.R.Chilman of the Barkly West Commando, (a scarce unit) and a Second World War group to his son also H.R.Chilman of the South African Army Defence Corps, Technical Division. All the medals are named as is the case for South African medals. The group consists of the 1914-15 star war medal and bi lingual victory medal for the father and 1939-45 star, Africa Star, War Medal and the South African Service Medal which is in silver for the son. Also included are 4 collar badges fo the South African Technical Service Corps consisting of a wheel, bomb and scroll with TSC TDK. There is a photograph of the son in uniform together with a photograph of him with General Smuts and other paperwork including his official medal award slips, membership cards etc. for the Torch Commando Veterans Association. At the top of the display are medal ribbons for the ASA, QSA, and others which presumably are the grandfathers together with the father and son medal ribbons. The grandfathers medals are missing. This is a nice family group covering 2 world wars and worthy of further research. Price includes UK delivery. M 112

Medal Group To The Sergeant Family. M 111 - M 111
This is a family group of medals consisting of a World War 1 pair to a PTE.W.C.Sargeant of the R.A.M.C. There is a mint General Service Medal (GSM) with the Canal Zone clasp in its original box of issue together with an Award Productions Suez and National Service medals. The GSM is named to a Sapper R.W. Sargeant R.E. (Royal Engineers) and comes in its original box of issue with the Ministry of Defence details on the rear. The other 2 medals are both in their original cases of issue. The medals are all unworn. This is a nice family group of medals with a scarce bar on the G.S.M.. Price includes UK delivery. M 111

WW1 British Military Medal To Corporal 51489 James McGregor MM Cheshire Regiment Casualty Of War Wounded In Action West Of Gonnelieu 28th February 1918 With Original Ribbon, Award Certificate, Newspaper Cutting Reporting The Award & Discharge Paper. - 15178
At the outbreak of WW1 James McGregor enlisted at Paisley with the A.V.C and shipped to France in 1915. In 1917 he transferred to the Cheshire Regiment. He was subsequently promoted to Corporal and in on 28th February 1918 whilst engaged in action West of Gonnelieu received wounds to his legs. As a result of his heroic conduct in that action Cpl McGregor was awarded the prestigious MM for ‘Conspicuous Bravery & Devotion To Duty’. Sadly as a result of his injuries Cpl McGregor had one leg amputated below the knee and was discharged on Medical grounds on 26th October 1918. The award of the MM to Cpl McGregor was reported in newspapers and an original newspaper cutting describing the Soldier’s actions together with a black and white portrait image of Cpl McGregor accompanies his MM with original ribbon which is contained in a period leather covered wood jewellery box. The silk lining of the box has a printed trade label ‘Waller & Craig Bellshill’. The medal is clean and undamaged and the original ribbon clean. The medal correctly has Cpl McGregor’s rank service number and regiment inscribed on the rim which can be seen in the images. The medal is also accompanied by the original award certificate and discharge paper of Cpl McGregor. The price for this MM worthy of further research re the action leading to its award includes UK delivery. 15178
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