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Sterling Silver And Enamel West Yorkshire Regiment Sweetheart Brooch. M 105 - M 105
An excellent Sterling silver and enamel West Yorkshire Regiment sweetheart brooch. The brooch has a galloping horse above a blue enamel banner which has "West Yorkshire" picked out. The brooch measures 33mm. The reverse has a wearers pin which works as it should and is stamped with "Sterling TLM". The brooch is in excellent condition. The price includes UK delivery. M 105

9 Ct Gold And Enamel G.V.I.R. Royal Army Service Corps Sweetheart Brooch. M 104 - M 104
This is an excellent quality 9 ct gold George VI Royal Army Service Corps Sweetheart brooch which has red and blue enamel inlay. The brooch is in perfect condition. It is stamped on the mount with "9CT" as can be seen in one of the close up photographs. The brooch measures 55mm wide. The wearers pin on the reverse is in perfect condition and has the 'roll lock' still working. This is a very nice example. The price includes UK delivery. M 104

Indian Mutiny Medal 1857-1858 With Ribbon To W. Eyles 53rd Regiment. M 103 - M 103
This medal was awarded to 2437 Pte William Eyles of the 53rd Foot Regiment, ex 80th Foot No 2297. He was wounded at Khuswa on the 1st November 1857. He volunteered to the 81st Foot. The medal roll confirms the above. The medal is impressed "Wm. Eyles, 53rd Regt.". An 'extremely fine' medal and ribbon. The price includes Uk delivery. M 103

Air Efficiency Medal and Ribbon. M 102 - M102
This is a George VI Air Efficiency Medal To Corporal C. Barrett of the Auxiliary Air Force. It was awarded for 10 years service in the Auxiliary and Volunteer Air Forces of Britain and the Commonwealth. This is a pre 1948 issue medal and would therefore denote service in WW2. The medal is silver and the recipients name is impressed on the edge, "857335 CPL C Barrett A.A.F.". This is a very attractive medal which is worthy of further research. The price includes UK delivery. M 102

RESERVED RESERVED WG Original, WW2 Nazi German Cross In Gold (Awarded To Holders Of The Iron Cross 1st Class For Further Valour In Combat) To Schnellboot (Fast Torpedo Boat) Commander ‘ Kapt Lt Horst Weber 3.S.FC Schnellboote S13’ . Sn 11868 - 11868
Horst Benno Fridigern Weber (8 August 1919 in Münster – 8 January 2007 in Bad Neuenahr) was a German Schnellboot Commander in World War II and recipient of the Knight's Cross of the Iron Cross & German Cross In Gold. The Knight's Cross of the Iron Cross was awarded to recognise extreme battlefield bravery or successful military leadership. The German Cross in Gold was awarded for further Valour in combat to holders of the Iron Cross 1st Class. Weber joined Nazi Germany's Kriegsmarine in 1937. From December 1939 to June 1940 he served with the 1st S-boot flotilla, in the English Channel and North Sea. The same year he transferred to the 3rd S-boot flotilla serving on S-13 and S-35 in the Baltic in action around Leningrad. Later in July 1941 he served on S-55 as commander in the Mediterranean, until January 1944. He was awarded the German Cross in Gold on 21 November 1942 while serving with the 3rd Schnellbootsflottille (3rd Torpedo Boat Flotilla). He was promoted to Oberleutnant zur See and awarded the Knight's Cross on 5 July 1943, and in January 1945 he was promoted to Kapitänleutnant on S-191, of the 10th Flotilla. S-191 was subsequently sunk in collision with S-301 on 7 May 1945 in the Fehmarnsund (Baltic Sea off Kiel) the day before the war ended. The Schnellboot or S-boot ("fast craft") was a German small, fast torpedo boat, which saw service during World War II. The S-boats were approximately twice as large as its British and American counterparts. By comparison with the Allied craft, the S-boats were better suited for the open sea and had a substantially longer range at approximately 700 nautical miles. The allies called these small, fast torpedo boats "E-boats" whereas to the Germans they were "S-boats" – Schnellboots. Introduced in 1941 the German Cross in Gold was awarded to holders of the Iron Cross 1st Class for further valour in combat (see pages 70-71 of Combat Medals Of The Third Reich by Ailsby). This is Kapt Weber’s original German Cross in Gold. The medal has an oxidized star base with central large black enamel swastika edged in gold on a field of silver encircled by a gold entwined laurel and banner wreath in silver highlighted by circles of red. The wreath is correctly marked ‘1941’. The rear of the cross has the correct 4 small ball rivets indicating German manufacture (Austrian made medals had 6 or as many as 10 rivets). It has the correct large hinged pin fastener which is stamped with a small ‘20’ mark. The rear of the cross is nicely engraved to ‘Kapt Lt Horst Weber’ together with his Kriegsmarine Scnellboote S.13 detail (illustrated). Price for this quality made Nazi German Cross in Gold to a highly decorated Kriegsmarine Officer includes UK delivery. NB AS WITH ALL OF OUR STOCK THIS ITEM CARRIES A 100% GUARANTEE. Sn 11868

Framed WW1 Death Plaque To Private 43602 Robert Edward Davies 16th Battalion Welsh Regiment Killed In Action 1917. A Victory Medal & War Medal Combination With Cap Badge & Period Coins. Also Pte Davies' Scroll & War Records Information. M 805 - M 805
Born in 1896 at Pentre, Glamorgan Wales Private 43602 Robert Edward Davies 16th Battalion Welsh Regiment served in France & Flanders. He was sadly Killed In Action on 27th August 1917. This is his Framed Death Plaque with Regiment Cap badge, an original 1896 dated half Penny coin (His year of birth), original One penny coin dated 1917 (The year he was KIA). Mounted with these items are a WW1 Victory Medal and War Medal with correct ribbons. The medals are named to ‘J689779 ORD RN J.R. Davies’ (Ordinary Seaman Royal Navy). The display also features a hand embroidered patch with floral motif and the words ‘To My Dear Sister’. All are beautifully set on a rich velvet background in a glazed dark wood frame (13 ½”x14”x2”). The rear of the frame has a hanging bracket. The display comes with the original Death Scroll to Private Davies and a copy from Force War Records regarding his service and The Welsh Regiment’s deployment during the Great War. Price includes UK delivery. M 805

RESERVED RESERVED WW2 MBE group of 7 Medals, Miniatures & Photo Album. M 147 - M 147
A very complete Member of the British Empire breast Order, long service group of 7 medals to Mrs. Edith Alice CHRISTIAN-FLETCHER M.B.E. from Stockport a long serving member of the Womens Voluntary Service. The medals are the Civilian MBE in a gilt finish, 1939/45 Star, France & Germany Star, Defence Medal, War Medal, Queen Elizabeth Coronation Medal and a Womens Voluntary Service Medal. All unnamed as issued with original ribbons and fitted on a pin bar. A corresponding, contemporary set of miniatures is included as is the WVSM box. With the medals is a scrap album containing dozens of press cuttings about her, Photographs, Invitations and other personal items. She was born in Liverpool in 1895, married in 1919 & moved to Cheshire. She joined the WVS in 1938 & aided in billeting refugee children & making camouflage netting. During the Blitz she became a Queen's Messenger & travelled with them to help in London during the V1 bombings. At the end of 1944 she travelled with the WVS throughout Europe particularly in Holland and Germany. In 1960 she received the MBE for her work in the community and in 1961 the WVSM when it was first instituted. She received an additional Long Service clasp in 1968 for 30 years service. She was involved in a multitude of organisations all listed in papers in the album. She died in 1970. Price includes UK delivery. M 147

Revised Edition Of 'For Fuhrer & Fatherland' 1985 By John Angolia. BO 1033 l - BO 1033
Revised Edition Of 'For Fuhrer & Fatherland' 1985 By John Angolia. This ius a comprehensive work by a noted authority on military awards of the third Reich. It is profusely illustrated with detailed text. It is an important work for collectors of Third Reich military wards. The price includes UK delivery. BO 1033

" x Volumes of 'Formans Guide To Third Reich German Awards and Their Values' Book. BO 1030 - BO 1030
These are 1st and 3rd Editions of Adrian Forman's invaluable price guide to Third Reich awards and are fully illustrated together with prices for each item. They are a very handy set from 1988 and 2001 showing how items have increased in value. The price includes Uk delivery. BO 1030

Egypt 1882-1889 Medal, No Clasp- Reverse Stamped 1882 To P. Coughlan, HMS Agincourt. Sn 10982 - 10982
Egypt 1882-1889 Medal, No Clasp-Reverse Stamped 1882 To P. Coughlan, Signalman on H.M.S. Agincourt. The H.M.S. Agincourt was a Minotaur Class Armoured Frigate built in 1865 and spent most of her service as the flagship of the Cannel Fleets Second In Command. The medal is in excellent condition. It is complete with the correct ribbon. The medal is impressed with "P. Coughlan Sign HMS Agincourt" (see the second photograph). The price includes UK delivery. Sn 10982
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