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Davidson’s Nile Medal 1798, Bronze issue engraved on the reverse JOHN DARLSTON, heavily e/k and worn with edge lettering obliterated, Poor fine





Davison’s Medal for the Battle of the Nile, 1st August 1798, in  bronzed copper, as awarded to ratings and marines, 47mm, (BHM447, Eimer 890, Hardy 5, MH482, Pollard 15.) In a contemporary case, One or two rim knocks, Very fine





Battle of the Nile and Ferdinand IV’s triumphal entry into Rome on 29th November 1798, white metal medal by T. Wyon Snr, 39mm. Extremely fine





Military General Service Medal 1848, four clasps, Corunna, Salamanca, Orthes, and Toulouse, named to M. Donoghue, 42nd Foot. Michael Donoghue, born Kiimain, Cork,. Served 20th January 1795 to 20th August 1802 in Loyal Inverness Fencible Highlanders. Re-enlisted in 42nd at Balana, 7th September 1806 for 7 years. Joined 1st Battalion, stationed at Gibraltar, March 1808, present at Corruna, 16th January 1809, Embarked with Battalion for England, 19th January 1809. Left sick at Canterbury, and in Hospital when Battalion embarked for Walcheren Expedition, 16th July 1809. Rejoined Battalion at Musselburgh on its return to England, 17th July 1810. Arrived in Portugal with Battalion, 29th April 1812. Left sick at Penasanda, June 1812, but rejoined Battalion for Salamanca 22nd July 1812, re-enlisted in March 1813. Sick during December 1813, but rejoined for Orthes 27th February 1813, and Toulouse 10th April 1814. Returned with Battalion from France, embarking 21st June 1814 at Bordeaux. Service with Battalion in Ireland at Kilkenny, until it embarked for Flanders, served with Battalion in Ireland at Kilkenny, until it embarked for Flanders, 9th May 1815, when left sick with Depot at Cork. Rejoined Battalion at Edinburgh, on its return from France 8th March 1816, and transferred to 3rd Royal Veteran Battalion stationed at Edinburgh, which disbanded in May/July 1816. Nearly extremely fine





An Officers Waterloo Medal to Assistant Surgeon Alexander Stewart of the 28th Foot (Gloucester Regiment) one of the seven 28th Officers medals that have been for sale in the last 135 + years left to collect. Waterloo Medal 1815 to ASSIST. SURG. A. STEWART, 28th REGIMENT FOOT Silver bar suspension engraved “QUATRE BRAS 16 June 1815” & on reverse “Obt. in Jamaica 20th Octr. 1837” 37 Officers were at Waterloo in the 28th, in the last 135 years in auction there have been 11 for sale, 4 of those in Museums leaving 7 (approx) to collect those are ALEXANDER STEWART, Nixon, Llewellyn, English, Carrothers, Ingram & Hilliard. Stewart qualified as Bachelor of Arts, Trinity College, Dublin, in 1812, & was appointed Assistant Surgeon, 6th Garrison Battalion, on 25.11.1813. Placed on half-pay, 5 .2.1815, he exchanged to full pay in the 28th Foot on 9.2.1815 & served with that regiment at Quatre Bras & Waterloo. Placed on half-pay in August 1819, he exchanged to the 2nd Dragoons on 1.3.1821, & was appointed Surgeon on the Staff on 15 .5.1835. He died at Falmouth in Jamaica on 20.10.1837. Copy Medal Roll (Waterloo) & Army Service details. Replacement steel clip, edge bruising & contact marks, otherwise Nearly very fine





Army of India Medal, clasp Bhurtpoor named to Lieutenant J.O. Oldham, 60th Native Infantry. Generally very fine










Sutlej Medal, reverse Moodkee 1845, two bars Ferozeshuhur and Sobraon to JAMES KEAMES, 9th REGT. 814 James Keames on 9th Regiment of Foot (Norfolk Regt.) Medal Roll, 814 James Kearnes/Kearns has two sets of papers in the N.A. born Moone, Ballitore, Kildare, Ireland, attested 8.1.1831 paid a £3 bounty, served Mauritius 2 years, East Indies 8 years. Papers confirm his Sutlej Medal reverse Moodkee & the two bars on his medal as confirmed on the medal roll & a L.S.G.C. as he served 22 years, but I wonder how he qualified with detail from his papers 1831-1843 (only 10 years to go before discharge) of Deserted 14.5.1831, rejoined & pardoned; drunk in Barracks; improper conduct in town; drunk; drunk & riotous; riotous; breaking out of the guard room; taking 2 shirts from a native without paying the proper value for them; drunk & noisy in Barracks. Not a good basis for a L.S.G.C. however on W.O. 102 the L.S.G.C. Roll 1831-1901 he is listed as 814 Pte. J. KEARNS, 9th Regt. his C/O being allowed to nominate his L.S.G.C.’s to the Regt. he must have thought Kearns conduct in the last 10 years since his last misdemeanour warranted the award on 8.11.1852. Discharged 17.10.1853 age 43, intended place of residence – Bolton, Lancashire. 2nd set of papers (814 James Kearns) are his Attestation, Declaration, Articles of War, Record of Service (small précis), interestingly signs his name by giving “his mark” therefore unlikely to realise his medal was named Keames & not as his numbered  L.S.G.C. to Kearns. The First Sikh war was a hard fought one as the Sikh Army was well trained & well armed, leading to heavy casualties with the British Army, Kearns/Keames being lucky to survive. Copy Medal Roll (modern), Discharge Papers. The two medals may in the past have been parted as spelling of the surname different & no Regt. number on the Sutlej, however the surviving papers prove this is the same man. Nearly extremely fine





Scarce Sutlej Medal to a 29th Regiment casualty for Ferozeshuhur 1845 to Corporal James Teasdale, in the Worcester Regiment that took heavy casualties at this hard fought action. Sutlej Medal 1845-46 for Ferozeshuhur 1845 No bar. CORPL. JAMES TEASDALE, 29th REGT. Corporal James Teasdale was killed in action at Ferozeshuhur on 21 December 1845. The 29th & 80th Regiments together attacked the right of the Sikh position & carried the enemy entrenchments by storm at the point of the bayonet, but were then subjected to fierce Sikh counter-attacks. The 29th lost 3 officers & 52 men killed; 3 officers & 192 men wounded in this bloody battle from a total of 28 Officers & 765 O/R’s in the battle. The First Sikh war was a hard fought one as the Sikh Army was well trained & well armed, leading to heavy casualties with the British Army. Corporal Teasdale was one of 4 N.C.O. fatal casualties to the Worcester Regiment. Provenance D.N.W. 2002. Edge bruising, (see pictures) therefore Nearly very fine





Punjab Medal 1848-49, no bar to WM. MARTIN 61st FOOT. Copy Medal Roll 'Sent to Depot, England, 10.5.1849'. William Martin born Longford, Ireland, attested as 1743 Pte. in the 81st Regt.,1842 then as 2284 Pte. Wm. Martin, 61st Foot from 1844 served East Indies, imprisoned twice for drunkenness before Campaign Service - “Was present at the capture of the Fort at Nurpur, Punjab 14.9.1848, in the affair with the enemy on the 22.11.1848 at Nujjuffur & in the action at Sadullapur, 5.12.1848”. Discharged 1850. Copy Medal Roll & Discharge papers (8 pages). Good very fine




Baltic Medal, unnamed as issued. Nearly extremely fine




Baltic Medal, un-named as issued to the Royal Navy.





Crimea Medal, four clasps, Alma, Balaklava, Inkermann and Sebastopol to I. STREET. GR & DR. 11th BTN. RL ARTY. (Officially Impressed) 2049 Isaac Street born 1821 Gorton, Manchester. Attested 14.1.1842 as Gunner & Driver, promoted Bombardier 3.2.1849, imprisoned 18.6.1852 & reduced to Gnr. & Dvr., served Jamaica, Turkey & Crimea, received a Crimea Medal with 4 bars & Turkish Crimea only, court martialled once & 3 times in Regt. defaulters book (so no L.S.G.C. missing), discharged 15.9.1863. Copy Discharge papers & Medal Roll (No. 3 Co., 11th Btn., ‘F’ Bty., Royal Artillery) for 1st 3 bars, can’t find Sebastopol bar but 4 named Crimea bars confirmed on papers. Very fine





Crimea Medal, four clasps, Alma, Balaklava, Inkermann and Sebastopol, name erased. Generally very fine





Crimea Medal, two clasps, Balaklava and Sebastopol to J. BRYANT. GR & DR 11th BTN RL ARTY. (Officially Impressed) 1333 John Bryant shown on Medal Roll as ‘W’ Bty., 11th Btn., Royal Artillery (Medal) bars Balaklava & Sebastopol with No.1 Coy., 11th Btn. R.A. Named on the roll listing men entitled to Alma & Inkermann, but entitled columns NOT marked giving Bryant either bar so Crimea medal only) Unusual combination of bars. Nearly very fine





Crimea Medal, clasp Sebastopol named to E. Brophey, 49th Regiment. Good very fine





Crimea Medal, clasp Sebastopol, unnamed as issued. Clasp loose on ribbon. Good very fine





Crimea Medal, clasp Alma (note:- top lugs of bar not drilled so as issued) Medal unnamed as issued. Good very fine




Crimea Medal, no clasp, named in officially impressed style to John Kerr, Scots Fusilier Guards. Two possible recipients, one died 20th February 1855 or the other died 20th January 1855. Broach-marks to the obverse, otherwise Good very fine





Turkish Crimea Medal, Sardinian Issue, unnamed as issued.





India General Service Medal 1854, clasp Persia named to GUNNER J. MORRISON, ARTILLERY. James Morrison, born Kerry, Rothsay, Scotland 1816. Enlisted by Max Axford at Liverpool 12.8.1840 aged 24. Embarked for Bombay Presidency aboard the ship `Simon Taylor'. Arrived in India 20.2.1841. Returned to England aboard `Assaye' docking 29.7.1861, discharged to Pension 10.8.1861 having served 22 years. His only medal the Persia I.G.S. Copies from Bombay Army muster rolls, Depot description books, L/MIL/9/100 Ships, L/MIL10/302 Discharge - ships returned on. Dark toned, Nearly extremely fine





India General Service Medal 1854, two clasps Bhootan and Northwest Frontier to Captain (later Lieutenant-Colonel) H.M. Smith, Bengal Horse Artillery, rare two clasp medal, with some research.





India General Service Medal 1854, clasp Pegu, named to Lieutenant J.F. Wing, 1st Madras European Regiment





India General Service Medal 1854, clasp Perak engraved Ch. Pett. Off. S. Jago. Sold as renamed. Good space filler of early I.G.S. bar. Very fine




India General Service Medal 1854, clasp Burma 1885-87 named to Colonel J.W. Swifte, 27th Madras Native Infantry (Scarce to such a high rank) with some history.





India General Service Medal 1854, one bar Burma 1887-89. To 4031 Pte W. SMITH 4th BN RIF BRIG. William Smith born Woodstock, Oxford. Attested 10.10.1879, discharged 12.10.1891 Copy Discharge Papers (9 pages) & Medal Roll, his only medal. Good very fine





India General Service Medal 1854, two bars Burma 1885-7, Hazara 1888. 29642 SERGT. J. KANE, NO. 3 BY. 1ST BDE. S.I. DIV. R.A. (South Irish Division, Royal Artillery). 20 combinations of these bars to unit. 3 Bty. 1st Bde. S.I. Div. R.A. later became No.6 Mountain Bty., R.A. where Kane qualified for the Hazara 1888 bar. James Kane was born in Rochester, Kent. Attested 11.5.1877 in the Royal Artillery. He served in India with the South Irish Division R.A., October 1885-March 1895, taking part in the Burma Expedition 1885-86 and the Black Mountain Expedition 1888. Discharged 15.7.1896. Copy Discharge Papers & Medal Rolls. Unusual combination of bars. Slight edge bruising, Very fine





India General Service Medal 1854, in bronze, clasp Burma 1887-89. Bhisti Mung Doo, 1st BN. RIF. BRIG. Very unusual bronze I.G.S. named to British Regt. One edge bruise (reverse 7 o/c) otherwise Good very fine





India General Service Medal 1854, clasp Burma 1887-89 named to 10 Private J. Smith, 2nd Battalion, Leicestershire Regiment. Suspender a little slack, otherwise Nearly extremely fine





India General Service Medal 1854, clasp Burma 1887-89 named to 503 Private C. Coombridge, 2nd Battalion, Leicestershire Regiment. Some contacting to the rim at 3 o’clock and 9 o’clock, otherwise Generally very fine





India General Service Medal 1854, clasp Burma 1887-9 named to Sepoy Karpal Singh, Mandalay Military Police Battalion.





India General Service Medal 1854, clasp Hazara 1888, named to 2339 Sergeant T. Morriss, 2nd Battalion, Northumberland Fusiliers. Theodore Morriss. With copy medal roll and research. Generally very fine





India General Service Medal 1854, clasp Hazara 1888 to Naik P. Singh, 29th Bengal Infantry




India General Service Medal 1854, clasp Chin-Lushai 1889-90 named to 1285 Sapper Joseph C, Co 2 Bn, Sappers & Miners. Very fine





India General Service Medal 1854, clasp Waziristan 1894-95 named to Sepoy Jaggar Singh, 2nd Punjab Infantry.





India General Service Medal 1854, clasp Hazara 1891 named to 203 Sepoy Gul Sher, Khyber Rifles. Suspender a little slack, Generally very fine





Indian Mutiny Medal, clasp Lucknow named to Henry Smith, 2nd Dragoon Guards, roll shows died 1858.





Indian Mutiny Medal, clasp Lucknow, named to R. Davis, 38th Foot, with copy roll.





Indian Mutiny Medal, no clasp named to 2975 Edward Clifford, 70th Foot. Roll shows ‘Dead’





Indian Mutiny Medal, no clasp to Colour Sergeant J.S. Barson, 73rd Regiment (Perthshire). Scarce to rank.










China War Medal 1857, clasp Pekin1860 named in impressed style to John Bennett, 1st Battalion, 2nd Regiment. With copy medal roll. Good very fine





Canada General Service Medal, clasp Fenian Raid 1866, named to Private R.Y. Hebden, 3rd V.V.R. Nearly extremely fine





Ashantee Medal 1873-74, no clasp, named to A. Heals, Able Seaman, HMS Himalaya 73-74. One small edge-knock, at 2 o’clock, otherwise Generally very fine





Abyssinia Medal, engraved to reverse No.1627 Private Shaik Vuzeera, 25th Regiment, Bombay Native Light Infantry. Repaired suspender, About very fine




Afghanistan Medal 1878, no  clasp, named to 1186 Private A. Storrie, 92nd Highlanders. Good very fine





South Africa General Service Medal, one bar 1877-8 to 1341. PTE. J. BARCLAY. 90th FOOT. 72 of this double date bar issued to Cameronians (Scottish Rifles) 1341 James Barclay bornKallashaial, Mulhunrck, Tyrone, Ireland. Attested 5.4.1877. Papers marked ‘to serve with his brother in the 90th Foot.’ (1359 Thomas Barclay his brother also served in the Zulu War bar 1877-8-9.) Discharged 1.10.1893. His only medal. Copy Discharge Papers (8 pages) & Medal Roll. One edge bruise on reverse, Very fine





South Africa General Service Medal, one bar 1879 to 2106 CORPL. J. WETHERELL, 91st FOOT. All 8 Companies of the Argyll & Sutherland Highlanders were in the Zulu action at Gingindovu 2.4.1879 which was part of the Eshowe Relief Column under Lord Chelmsford. The 91st formed the southern face of the laager & repulsed a determined Zulu attack during that day, killing 250 of the enemy & receiving themselves 1 K.I.A. & 8 Wounded. 2106 & 1077 James Wetherall (Wetherell) a printer from Durham attested 8.11.1877, appointed Lance Corporal 10.9.1878 & promoted in the Zulu War to Corporal 23.4.1879, discharged 23.10.1879 to Royal Hospital Chelsea 15.11.1879. Copy Discharge Papers (6 pages) his only medal & Medal Roll (modern) Claw slightly loose otherwise,Good very fine





South Africa Medal 1877-79, no bar, named to 2657 Pte. G. Gilbert, 2-24th Foot. Copy Medal Roll, 'The Noble 24th' says Lance Corporal, but Pte. on medal & Pte. on medal roll. Ex D.N.W. 7.12.2005. Few edge bruises on reverse (see pictures) otherwise Good very fine





Egypt Medal 1882, undated reverse, two clasps Suakin 1885 and Tofrek named to D. Taylor, Private, Royal Marine Light Infantry. Private David Taylor, wounded in action at Tofrek on 22nd March 1885, gunshot through the left thigh, invalided from the service in January 1887. With paperwork. Served HMS Duke of Wellington, October 1877-September 1879, HMS Asia, October 1880-January 1881, HMS Duke of Wellington October 1881 to September 1883, HMS Thunderer, September 1884 to April 1885. Royal Marine Battalion October 1884 to April 1885. Imprisoned 3 times including onboard Duke of Wellington for 14 days in August 1879. At Tofrek 7 Marines were killed and 16 wounded including Taylor. Good very fine





A scarce 1885 Egypt Medal to Carpenter E. Beeton, an Empoyee of Messrs, Lucas & Aird, the company contracted to build a railway while the Egypt War was being fought there. Egypt Medal 1882, undated reverse, bar Suakian 1885 to CARPENTER E. BEETON. An employee of Messrs. Lucas & Aird, contracted to build a railway from Suakin on the Red Sea to Berber, near Khartoum, a distance of 200 miles. Only 20 miles of track were built, however, before the army withdrew. Several locomotives built specially for this contract were subsequently put to work on the Chattenden & Upnor Railway in Kent. We have seen Platelayers, Fitters, Agents etc but no other Carpenters for sale. Copy Medal Roll which includes 24 'Carpenters'. Nearly very fine





Egypt Medal, undated reverse, clasp The Nile 1884-85 named to 4459 Private W. Morrison, 11th Company, Commissariat and Transport Corps. With copy medal roll. Good very fine





Egypt Medal, dated 1882 reverse, no clasp, named to 2558 Private W. Bartlett, 7th Dragoon Guards. With copy service papers, Walter Bartlett was from Chard in Somerset, he was discharged due to Dementia, after attempting to desert whilst awaiting court-martial. The Dementia not being caused by his service, but due to his ‘in-temperance’. Good very fine





Egypt Medal, undated reverse, clasp Suakin 1885 named to 5027 Private J. Brough, 2nd Scots Guards. Some edge-knicks, naming very clear, Generally very fine





Egypt Medal 1882, undated, one clasp, The Nile 1884-85. 918 Pte. D. DARLING, 1/CAM'N HIGHrs. Copy Medal Roll, Discharge papers, David Darling born Barony, Glasgow enlisted 2.7.1884 served till 15.8.1887 in Queens Own Cameron Highlanders, then transfers to 1/Argyl & Sutherland Highlanders. Served Egypt, Ceylon & Hong Kong. Confirms his campaign medal + Khedives Star (1884-6) One e/k, light contact wear otherwise Good very fine





Egypt Medal, dated 1882 reverse, no clasp, named to 1298 Private C. Yarwood, 1st Royal Sussex Regiment. Some pitting, and a little contact wear at 3 o’clock and 9 o’clock, otherwise Generally very fine





Egypt Medal, no clasp, named to 1308 Private E. Cole, Duke of Cornwall Light Infantry. Does not appear to have contacting, Generally very fine





Khedives Star 1882, unnamed as issued





India General Service Medal 1895, in silver, three clasps, Punjab Frontier 1897-98, Samana 1897 and Tirah 1897-98, named to 1004 Sepoy Forlek Khan, Kurrum Militia. Generally very fine





British South Africa Company Medal, Rhodesia 1896 reverse, named to Corporal C.A. Philpot, ‘F’ Troop, Bulawayo Field Force. Generally very fine





Queens Sudan Medal, named to 2621 PTE. A. BROWN, 1/CAM: H'DRS. Copy medal Roll marked 'DECEASED' (8.10.1898) Address if non-effective, deceased etc "Mr H. Brown, Middleton Junction, Lancashire". Entitled Khedives Sudan Medal bars The Atbara &Khartoum. Small scratch in front of Victoria's face otherwise Nearly extremely fine





Queens Sudan Medal, named to 3452 PTE. J. SMITH, 1/CAM: HDRS. John Edward Smith, born Alvie, Nr. Kingussie, Inverness 1873 a member of the 3rd V.B. Seaforth Highlanders pre joining the Cameron Highlanders 20.10.1892, passed Mounted Infantry Certificate Oct. 1899, various misdemeanours & one Court Martial for drunkenness. Entitled Khedives Sudan Medal bars The Atbara &Khartoum, Q.S.A. 4 bars C.C., O.F.S., Joh, Dia. Hill K.S.A. 2 bars. Copy Discharge Papers & medal rolls. One e/k 5 o/c otherwise Nearly extremely fine





A “Saving the Guns” Queen’s South Africa Medal when 14th Battery Royal Field Artillery fought to the last by their guns & six Victoria Crosses were won trying to save them & the guns of the 66th Battery and another for tending the wounded under fire. Queens South Africa Medal, five bars Tugela Heights, Orange Free State, Relief of Ladysmith, Transvaal, Laing’s Nek. 90922 GNR C.E.BUCKLE 14th BTY.R.F.A. The 14th & 66th Batteries R.F.A. were galloped too close to the Boers in advance of the infantry by Colonel Long. In the face of withering fire from the Boers across the river, the officers & men of the batteries fought their guns to the last. The 14th Battery had one officer and nine other ranks killed and one officers and 13 other ranks wounded, two officers and 25 men were taken prisoner. After the Gunners had been shot down, the six guns, together with six from 66th Battery, stood abandoned on the veldt. General Buller asked for volunteers to save the guns. In the ensuing action, six Victoria Crosses were won.The gallantry of the artillery at COLENSO can be found mentioned in all the histories of the Boer War. Charles Edward Buckle born 1873 Barking, Essex, attested 22.6.1892. Medal confirmed on roll as issued 21/03/04. having been previously "Medal forfeited (for) receiving goods knowing them to have been stolen”. Discharged 21.6.1904. Entitled Kings South Africa Medal. Copy Discharge Papers, medal roll (K.S.A. not marked as re-issued). Contact wear from K.S.A. otherwise Nearly very fine





An early Boer War casualty to the Rifle Brigade at VAAL KRANTZ on the evening of 5-6 February 1900 during the 3rd Relief of Ladysmith. Queens South Africa Medal, five clasps, Cape Colony, Relief of Ladysmith, Transvaal, Laing's Nek, South Africa 1901 (last bar loose) named to 635 Pte W. Haly, Rifle Brigade. With ORIGINAL soldiers account book & Discharge Certificate William Haly born Madron, Penzance, Cornwall, was a Cornish boatman pre enlistment in 1st Btn. Rifle Bge., (Prince Consort's Own) 28.4.1890 ex D.C.L.I. & Plymouth Militia Division Royal Engineers. Promoted to 'Bugler' 17 10 1895, saw overseas service in India, China (Hong Kong) & Singapore. He served in the South African War between 28 10 1899 & discharged 24 4 1901 having been WOUNDED VAAL KRANTZ evening of 5-6 February 1900. during the Relief of Ladysmith The hill known as Vaal Krantz the Lancashire Brigade & Artillery having made a feint attack on the Brakfontein position earlier in the day, in Buller's Despatch he states the Durham L.I. supported by the 1st Rifle Brigade advanced on Vaal Krantz under a heavy fire from the hill, causing considerable loss, but the men would not be denied & the position was soon taken forcing the Johannesburg Commando led by Cmdt B.J. Viljoen from the hill; the troops entrenched there for the night, but during the night Boer guns were relocated & considerable reinforcements brought in. Throughout the next day the Boers kept Vaal Krantz under constant rifle & shell fire & assaulted the hill twice. Throughout 7 February, the 2nd infantry brigade was subjected to rifle & shell fire & in the evening Buller ordered Vaal Krantz to be abandoned - it was evacuated that night. The 1st Rifle Brigade lost 5 O/Rs K.I.A. & 5 Officers 76 men wounded. The ORIGINAL (copy with medal) Natal Field Force casualty Roll gives 26 casualties at this action & presumably Buller's Despatch number seems to include the 49 casualties at Potgieters Drift 5.2.1900. This roll also confirms the mistake with his number 835 instead of 635 (a typo) as on the medal. RARE surviving ORIGINAL soldiers account book & Discharge Certificate. Copy casualty roll (modern & original) discharge papers, medal roll. Nearly extremely fine





Queens South Africa Medal, five clasps, Orange Free State, Transvaal, Laing’s Nek, Cape Colony, South Africa 1901 named to 7328 Private R. Johnson, Royal Lancaster Regiment. Served with Volunteer Company, with copy medal roll and Kings Own Cap Badge. Last two clasps, loose on ribbon. Generally very fine





Queens South Africa Medal, four bars, Relief of Kimberley, Paardeberg, Driefontein, Transvaal to 3020 PTE, F, FOSTER, GLOUC. REGT. Copy Medal Roll entitled K.S.A. Very fine





A Q.S.A. to the Scottish Horse who enlisted as Regt. No. '1' before renumbered to 26027 SQUADRON SERJEANT MAJOR Martin Coyne, 1st Scottish Horse. A good senior N.C.O. within the Regiment late Trooper & Cyclist 1st Scottish Horse.Queens South Africa Medal, three bars Cape Colony, Orange Free State, Transvaal. (entitled to South Africa 1901 bar) 26027 S SERJT. MAJ. M. COYNE SCOTTISH HORSE. (Squadron Sergeant Major) Note 1st issue of Q.S.A.'s are named Scottish Horse in full, later abbreviated. Copy Record of Service, Enlisted Kimberley C.C., as Regtl No. “1” M. Coyne, 1st Scottish Horse. Discharge Papers No.1 Serjt. Major M. Coyne, 1st Scottish Horse, two pages giving No “1” Rank S.M. Coyne M. Discharged 19.7.1901 & 26027 Martin Coyne, Tpr. Discharged 19.7.1901, Time Expired, home address 54, Church Way, North Shields, Northumberland. Paid at 8/- per diem, claims 10/- being a Cyclist. Medal Roll shows Tpr. (Cyclist) crossed through with S.S.M. (Squadron Sergeant Major) above. Extremely fine





Queens South Africa Medal, three clasps, Cape Colony, Orange Free State and Transvaal to 30006 Pte. W.B. McArthur, 35th Coy.Imp. Yeo. (Private McArthur died of enteric at Elandsfontein on 8th February 1902. All clasps confirmed on medal roll. He is also entitled to both date clasps for his QSA which appear on a separate roll. Not entitled to a KSA so this medal is his full entitlement.





Queens South Africa Medal, three clasps Cape Colony, Orange Free State, Transvaal named to 3614 PTE. W. PENDER, S. WALES BORD. William Pender, born St. Mary's Scilly Islands, Cornwall. Attested 26.1.1891 discharged 28.1.1903. Copy Service papers, Medal Rolls (entitled K.S.A.) One edge bruise (reverse 8 o/c) otherwise Good very fine





Queens South Africa Medal, three clasps, Cape Colony, Orange Free State and Transvaal named to 5452 Corporal J. McPherson, Royal Scots. Good very fine





Queens South Africa Medal, three clasps, Cape Colony, Orange Free State and Transvaal named to 3135 Private W. Field, Royal Scots. Generally very fine





Queens South Africa Medal, three clasps, Cape Colony, Orange Free State and Transvaal named to 2081 Private W. Chappell, 1st Suffolk Regiment. With copy medal roll. Nearly extremely fine





Queens South Africa Medal, three clasps, Cape Colony, Orange Free State and Transvaal named to 3714 Private S. Murray, 10th Royal Hussars. Toned, Good very fine





Queens South Africa Medal, three clasps, Cape Colony, Orange Free State and Transvaal named to 5100 Private W. Finlayson, Royal Scots. Couple of small edge-knocks, Generally very fine





Queens South Africa Medal, three clasps, Cape Colony, South Africa 1901 and South Africa 1902, named to 7391 Corporal C. McGregor, Highland Light Infantry. Good very fine





Queens South Africa Medal, three clasps, Orange Free State, Transvaal and South Africa 1902 named to 3786 Private W. Fox, 3rd Hussars. With copy medal roll confirming entitlement. Generally very fine





Queens South Africa Medal, three clasps, Cape Colony, Orange Free State and Belfast named to 4401 Private T. Hall, Gordon Highlanders. With copy service papers, and copy medal roll. Good very fine





Queens South Africa Medal, three clasps, Cape Colony, Orange Free State and Transvaal named to 6199 Private S. Miller, East Yorkshire Regiment. With copy medal roll, served with 2nd battalion. Good very fine





Queens South Africa Medal, three clasps, Cape Colony, Orange Free State and Transvaal named to 3787 Private A. Warner, 2nd Lincolnshire Regiment. With copy medal roll and copy service papers. Good very fine





Queens South Africa Medal, three clasps, Transvaal, South Africa 1901 and South Africa 1902 named to 7578 Private S. Shaw, Liverpool Regiment. With copy service papers. Edge-knock at 4 o’clock, Good very fine





Queens South Africa Medal, three clasps, Cape Colony, Orange Free State and Transvaal named to 4725 Private A. Strickland, 2nd Battalion, Seaforth Highlanders. With copy service papers, also entitled to a Queens Sudan Medal and Khedives Sudan Medal 1896, with clasps The Atbara and Khartoum. Ghost dates to reverse, Nearly extremely fine





Queens South Africa Medal, three clasps, Cape Colony, Orange Free State and Transvaal named to 10400 Driver C. Artlett, Army Service Corps. With copy medal rolls, very faint ghost dates to reverse, Good very fine





Queens South Africa Medal, three clasps, Cape Colony, Orange Free State and South Africa 1902 named to 7417 Private G. Williams, Rifle Brigade.





Queens South Africa Medal, two clasps, Relief of Kimberley, Orange Free State to 952 PTE. S. HUNT, GLOUC. RGT. Private Stephen Hunt born St Werburgh, Bristol, attested 1884, Drummer 1889, served in the Boer War from 1.1.1900-17.4.1900, discharged medically unfit 15.10.1900 as he was WOUNDED KLIP KRAAL (Klip Drift) 16.2.1900, where the 2nd Battalion had sharp fighting with Cronje’s rear-guard. TEN Gloucester Regiment men wounded at this action. Copy casualty & Medal Roll, Discharge papers (8 pages) Nearly extremely fine





Queens South Africa Medal, two clasps, Transvaal and South Africa 1902 named to 4733 Private J. Dixon, Royal Scots. Clasps loose on ribbon, confirmed on roll. Good very fine





Queens South Africa Medal, two clasps, Cape Colony and Orange Free State named to 8922 Driver J.H. Donald, Army Service Corps. With copy service papers, also entitled to a Kings South Africa Medal. Good very fine





Queens South Africa Medal, two clasps, Cape Colony, South Africa 1902 named to 4963 Corporal J. McEwan, Argyle and Sutherland Highlanders. With copy medal roll confirming clasps. Good very fine





Queens South Africa Medal, two clasps, Cape Colony and South Africa 1901 named to 4010 Private W. Greaves, Royal Berkshire Regiment. Good very fine





Queens South Africa Medal, two clasps, Cape Colony and Orange Free State named to 2738 Private J. Mooney, Scots Rifles. Toned, Generally very fine





Queens South Africa Medal, two clasps, Transvaal and Cape Colony named to 1397 Trooper D. Smith, Imperial Light Horse. Generally very fine





Queens South Africa Medal, two clasps, Transvaal and South Africa 1902 named to 3818 Private C. Dring, Lincolnshire Regiment. Couple of small edge-knocks, Generally very fine





Queens South Africa Medal, clasp Natal named to Lieutenant G.E.C. Meyer, Army Ordnance Department. Generally very fine or better





Queens South Africa Medal, no clasp, named to 4224 Private M. Lyons, Lancashire Fusiliers. Severely wounded at Vryhead, South Africa on 11th December 1900, mentioned in despatches in London Gazette of 4th September 1901 and Awarded the Distinguished Conduct Medal in the London Gazette of 27th September 1901, also entitled to a Queens Sudan Medal and Khedives Sudan Medal 1896, bar Khartoum, Kings South Africa Medal, with clasps South Africa 1901 and South Africa 1902, and the clasps Orange Free State, Transvaal, Tugela Heights, Relief of Ladysmith and Laing’s Nek for his QSA. With copy service papers, and London Gazette entries for both the M.I.D. and DCM. Some contact wear to rim, Generally very fine





Queens South Africa Medal, no clasp, named to Nursing Sister A.M. Poulter. With copy medal roll. Edge cut resulting in slight obstruction to naming, otherwise, Nearly extremely fine





Queens South Africa Medal, no clasp, named to Civilian Clerk H.N. Whiteside, Army Service Corps. Good very fine





Queens South Africa Medal, no clasp, named to 72 Conductor T. Young, Army Service Corps. Nearly extremely fine





Queens South Africa Medal, no clasp, named to 5691 Private J. Shaw, Royal Berkshire Regiment. Confirmed entitled no clasps, at St. Helena. Good very fine





Queens South Africa Medal, no bar, named to 86002 Gunner J.W. Hall, 14th Company W.D. Royal Garrison Artillery. Believed entitled to three bars. Toned, Good very fine





Queens South Africa Medal, no clasp named to 6060 Sergeant T. Mannion, Rand Rifles




Queens South Africa Medal, disc and suspender only, named to 6182 Private F. Collins, Royal Sussex Regiment. Entitled to Cape Colony, Orange Free State, South Africa 1901 and South Africa 1902 bars, confirmed on Medal Roll (WO100/187 confirms). Two small edge-knocks, Very fine





Kings South Africa Medal, two clasps, South Africa 1901 and South Africa 1902 to Capt. B.D.Macculloch, 16/Lcrs. (Bertram Douglas MacCulloch. His Queen's South Africa Medal and Africa General Service Medals have been sold in previous Dix Noonan Webb auctions. The following information is from the DNW auction description of his Africa General Service medal (Lot 284, September, 2014): "Bertram Douglas MacCulloch was born in March 1877 and appointed a 2nd Lieutenant in the 7th Dragoon Guards direct from the Royal Military College in February 1897. Exchanging into the 16th Lancers in the rank of Lieutenant in October 1899, he was advanced to Captain in December 1901. He served in the South African war and took part in the relief of Kimberley; operations in Orange Free State, February to May 1900, including operations at Paardeberg and actions at Poplar Grove, Karee Siding and Houtnek; in Orange River Colony, March 1901, and Cape Colony, July 1901 to May 1902 (Medal with three clasps, King’s Medal with two clasps) - Note: this officer’s Q.S.A. was sold in these rooms in April 2001. He subsequently gained an appointment in the South Nigeria Regiment and it was in this capacity that he joined the 1905-06 punitive expedition under Brevet Major J. M. Trenchard, Royal Scots Fusiliers and Captain G. T. Mair, Royal Field Artillery, an operation mounted in response to the particularly unpleasant murder of Dr. Stewart in the Oswerri District, an incident summarised by Richard Magor in his Africa General Service Medals, from which the following extracts have been taken: ‘This medical officer was new to Nigeria and was travelling alone through the bush on his bicycle and lost his way. Accounts vary as to what happened. Some say Stewart was murdered as he slept, others that he was captured, trussed up naked and carried alive from village to village with bits being cut off as ‘juju’ until finally he was decapitated and eaten. All however agree that his body was cut up into small pieces and distributed around for consumption as a fetish. All those who ate a piece of Dr. Stewart would henceforth be released from the white man’s domination and protected from any harm from a European ... There was severe fighting which did not really end until those responsible for Stewart’s murder were captured, summarily tried and hanged ... Dr. Stewart’s skull and bones, except for the hands and left leg, were eventually surrendered and sent to Calabar for burial.’ Trenchard and Mair received D.S.Os, while for his own part MacCulloch qualified for the relevant Medal & clasp and returned home on sick leave in August 1906. Two years later, after fracturing a leg in two places in a polo accident, he reverted to half-pay. Having then been placed on the Reserve of Officers, MacCulloch was recalled on the outbreak of hostilities in August 1914 and went out to France as a Captain in the 16th Lancers in early October 1914, official records confirming that he was hit in his previously injured leg by a shell splinter ‘or something’ at Bailleul on 1 November 1914. No doubt as a result, he was transferred to No. 22 Remount Squadron in March 1915, in the temporary rank of Major, and remained similarly employed until ordered home that July as a result of an altercation with a French cab driver at Marseilles, MacCulloch striking the latter with his whip - and apparently a Gendarme who arrived on the scene shortly afterwards. In July 1916, MacCulloch was embarked for East Africa for command of a Mounted Infantry unit, but owing to a shortage of horses, ended up as second-in-command of the 1st Battalion, 3rd King’s African Rifles, an unhappy appointment due to his old leg injury and, it would appear, some disagreements over patrol work. He once more returned home, where he would appear to have rejoined the 16th Lancers, and was eventually placed on the Retired List in the rank of Lieutenant-Colonel in the 1920s. He died in Brighton in February 1940."Sold with copies of medal roll pages for his QSA, KSA, Africa General Service medal, 1914 Star trio, 1897 Jubilee medal and previous lot details from the DNW website.  





China Medal 1900, no clasp, named to H.J. Petters, Petty Officer 1st Class, HMS Aurora. Sometime cleaned, otherwise Nearly extremely fine





China Medal 1900, no clasp, named to C. Grant, Chief Cook, HMS Barfleur. With copy medal roll. Good very fine





Medal clasp: Relief of Pekin. In Good condition





Africa General Service Medal 1902, Ed VII, three bars Aro 1901-02, N. Nigeria 1903, N. Nigeria 1904 named to 301 PTE. ABUDU KANIKE, LAGOS BN. W.A.F.F. Copy roll for Aro & N. Nigeria 1903 bars, can't find N.N. 1904 but as dates in sequence seems O.K. Note :-Aro bar a contemporary copy as should say Aro 1901-1902. Copy 2 x Medal Rolls. Good very fine





Africa General Service Medal 1902, Ed VII, bar Aro 1901-1902, entitled to bar N. Nigeria 1903 to 340 PTE. MAMADU KAFI 11. LAGOS BN. W.A.F.F. Also awarded E & W. Africa Medal bar 1898 & Ashanti Medal bar Kumassi (roll page of 15 names shows 5 were K.I.A.) Copy all Medal Rolls. 2 edge bruises otherwise Very fine





Africa General Service Medal 1902, Ed VII, one bar Somaliland 1902-04, to 6340 Q.M. SGT. A. E. W. MISTER, R.A.M. CORPS. Renamed. On Medal Rolls for Queen’s Sudan, Khedives Sudan with Khartoum bar & Boer War pair. Nearly very fine





1914 Star, impressed LIEUT H D WILLIS, R.A.M.C. Willis was the 3rd Battalion, Worcestershire Regiment Medical Officer. Sold together with digital copies of Baptism record; digital copies of Census returns; digital copy of 
Worcestershire Regiment War Diary entries; 
digital copy of Times Obituary; digital copy of the “Lookers On” 
digital copy of De Ruvigny’s Roll of Honour Obituary; digital copies of the Commonwealth War Graves 
Commission records; 
digital copy of the Medal Index Card; digital copies of Medal rolls; and digital photographs 
of some of the Memorials (from the web). Hugh Duberly Willis was born in Gloucestershire on 2nd July, 1883, the son of Captain Horace George Willis JP (late R.H.A.) and Mrs Emily R Willis (nee MacKay) of 26 Aspley Road, Clifton and Glenfall, Gloucestershire. Hugh was educated at Cheltenham College; Trinity College, Stratford on Avon; and Manchester University, where he graduated as a M.B. on 5th July, 1913. On the outbreak of War, he volunteer for active service and was commissioned as a Temporary Lieutenant on 10th August, 1914. Lieutenant Willis was initially posted to the 13th Stationary Hospital at Boulogne and then the No2 Ambulance Train. He was later transferred to the 3rd Battalion, Worcestershire Regiment as the Battalion’s Medical Officer. Captain Willis was mortally wounded on Westhoek Ridge, near Ypres, Belgium on 11th August, 1917, dying the following day. The Officer Commanding the 3rd Battalion, Worcestershire Regiment wrote “There is no doubt that he was a very, very brave man, and it was a bitter blow to me to hear of his death. He is a terrible loss to the Battalion, and the men will miss him sadly. He was so thorough, so hard working and he has left a very noble record of duty done for his Country, and the Officers and Men of the Regiment share the grief of his family.” Colour Sergeant Morrow“Allow me to say from the Ranks how brave a man he was, always greatly devoted to his duty; no matter how heavily the shelling or what attack the Regiment was taking part in, you would always see him in the thick of it all attending to the wounded.” He was buried in the Brandhoek New Military Cemetery, Brandhoek, Ypres, Belgium and commemorated on the Wade Family Roll, Little Shelford Parish Church, Cambridgeshire; Manchester University War Memorial; St Mary’s Church War Memorial, Charlton Kings, Gloucestershire; the Cheltenham Borough War Memorial; the Cheltenham College Roll of Honour and also on his Parent’s grave. Extremely fine





1914 Star named to 4/6556 Private H. Wright, Bedfordshire Regiment. Private Henry James Wright, 1st Battalion, Bedfordshire Regiment, the son of Ernest William Wright of Hertford, husband of O.V.A. Ilott, (formerly Wright) of Offley Holes, Hertfordshire died of wounds on 8th June 1915 and is buried at Dickebusch New Military Cemetery. Generally very fine





1914 Star named to 6028 PTE. W.H. KEAL. C.GDS. William Henry Keal 1st Coldstream Guards, born Kirmington, Brigg, Lincolnshire, Enlisted 20.1.1905, Prisoner of War 14th Sept. 1914 Bruges, discharged 31.3.1920 to Croxton, Brockleby, Lincs. The BATTLE OF THE AISNE (CERNY) 14.9.1914. The 1st Cold. Gds. In this action lost 11 O/R’s K.I.A., 10 Officers 180 O/R’s wounded, MISSING 1 Officer & 162 O/R’s. Copy War Diary, M.I.C. (Mons clasp issued 1938), medal rolls, discharge papers, P.O.W. Red Cross detail, held Obfangenenlager Altdamm. Light contact wear on reverse otherwise Good very fine





1914-15 Star to Mech. F.W.W.Morrice, Nigerian Marine. Confirmed on the Miscellaneous Officers (Nigerian Marine) WW1 Naval Medal Roll. Extremely scarce. N.B. a 1914-15 trio to this unit sold for £270 (Hammer price. Lot 1305 Dix Noonan Webb , March 2014).





1914-15 Star, impressed No 1703 DVR.DALIP SINGH. 26/MTN. BTY. Sold together with copy of his Medal Index Card for the award of the General Service Medal with Kurdistan clasp. The 26th Jacob’s Mountain Battery served at Gallipoli; Egypt and Mesopotamia during the First World War. (Please note that 1702 Gunner Dalip Singh, (note number difference) was awarded the Indian Distinguished Service Medal for his services in Mesopotamia (A.D. Notification 11th January, 1919). He later served in the 106th Pack Battery.) Obverse highlights and dates worn, Fine





1914-15 Star, impressed No 4172 SEPOY BISHAN SINGH, 14/SIKHS. The 14th King George’s Own Ferozepore Sikhs served in Gallipoli and Mesopotamia. Nearly extremely fine





1914-15 Star, impressed NO.3714 SEPOY HARNAN SINGH, 1/35/SIKHS. The 35th Sikhs served in France & Flanders; Mesopotamia and on the North West Frontier of India during the First World War. Nearly extremely fine





1914-15 Star named to Private J.D. Cillers, 17th Mounted Rifles. Good very fine





British War Medal to 2/LIEUT. H. KIRBY, R.F.C. 'The Sky Their Battlefield' by T. Henshaw page 286 Palestine VII section 19.3.1917 2/Lieut. H. KIRBY, 14 Squadron, flying a Martinsyde was wounded/injured, burnt hands, rescued. 2/Lieutenant Kirby was rescued by 2/Lieut. R.F. Baillieu & Lieut. R.M. Smith of 67 (Australian) Squadron in their BE2e. They had kept back Turkish Forces with gunfire whilst Kirby torched his machine & it was then that he burnt his hands. They flew back safely with him on board. Due to having R.F.C. on his medals Kirby's service must have been curtailed by this injury, sent home & didn't serve overseas after April 1918 - the formation of the R.A.F. His service papers are not in T.N.A. there are 3 x H. Kirby's all Lieut's (not 2/Lieut.) & none served in 14 Sqd./Palestine. Extremely fine





British War Medal named to 3362 Private I.G. Porter, 3rd Light Horse Field Ambulance, Australian Imperial Force. Generally very fine or better





British War Medal named to LIEUT V.A.L. COLES, A.I.F. Lieutenant Vincent Augustus Louis Coles, 8th Australian Field Artillery Brigade. Service number 201478 served from May 1916. 48 pages of papers on Australian Website .Very fine




British War Medal named to F.33083 G. BONE, A.M.2 R.N.A.S. George Bone, born Lambeth, Surrey/London 17.6.1885. Attested as 210010 Boy 2nd Class, in R.N. 7.12.1902 served on H.M.S. Impregnable, Lion, Agincourt, Repulse, Jupiter, Roxburgh, Donegal, Leander, Victorious & Formidable & in that time “Run” 2.9.1906, 4.6.1907 both from H.M.S. Roxburgh, noted as DESERTED 7.6.1907 14 days cells, invalided 8.2.1912. Rejoined for W.W.1. 9.7.1917 civilian occupation - steam motor bus driver, discharged 27.1.1919. Copy R.N., R.N.A.S. & R.A.F. service papers, medal roll (B.W.M. only). His only medal. Very fine





British War Medal, impressed 8-11052 PTE. D.S.WILLIS NORTH’D FUS. Sold together with digital copies of the 1901 & 1911 Census returns; digital copies of the Medal Index Card; digital copies of the Medal Rolls; digital copy of the Register of Soldier’s effects entry; digital copies of Commonwealth War Graves Commission records and digital copy of the 8th Battalion, Northumberland Fusiliers War diary entry. David Stewart Willis was born in Willington Quay, Northumberland, during 1896, the son of  William and Mary Willis. In 1911 David was an apprentice plater at a local ship repair works. With the outbreak of WW1, he joined the 8th Battalion, Northumberland Fusiliers entering the Gallipoli theatre of war on 10th July, 1915. The Battalion landed at Suvla Bay, Gallipoli on 6th August, 1915. Private Willis was killed in action at Suvla Bay on 10th August, 1915. David Stewart Willis is commemorated on the Helles Memorial, Gallipoli Peninsula, Turkey, He was entitled to a 1914-15 Star; British War Medal and Victory Medal. Extremely fine




British War Medal named to G-16612 Private V.L. Curry, Royal Sussex Regiment. Later served as a 2nd Lieutenant with 9thBattalion, Royal Sussex Regiment. Frederick Vincent Curry was born on 8th February 1897, the youngest child of George (a cab proprietor) and Clara Charity Curry of 17 Montpellier Street, Brighton, he had three older sisters and one older brother. He was educated at Brighton Municipal Secondary School and followed his brother into Varndean Boys School, Brighton (1908) and he was an apprentice to the sheet music trade and a musician. He attested into the 3/1st Sussex Yeomanry on 13th January 1916 at Brighton and was mobilised on 29th February (No.3339). He was appointed Lance Corporal on 20th October 1916, Corporal on 13th November and Sergeant on 8th December 1916. He proceeded to France on 26th December 1916, and at the Base Depot, transferred to the 4thReserve Battalion, Royal Sussex Regiment. He was posted to the 9th Battalion, on 28th December 1916, joining them in the field on 15th January 1917 and was wounded by gas on 31st July 1917. He then served with the 3rd, 7th and 13th Battalions, before being attached to the 4th Battalion, Essex Regiment on 27 February 1918, and posted to No3 Officer Cadet Battalion on 11th May 1918. He was commissioned 2nd Lieutenant on 29th October 1918 in the 9th Battalion and was demobilised on 19th August 1919. Married Ethel Mary Lane at Brighton (March ¼ 1920) and had a daughter Constance. Appears to have rejoined the Royal Sussex Regiment as a Second Lieutenant on 6th September 1940 and subsequently transferred to the Royal Army Ordnance Corps as a War Substantive Lieutenant on 3rd September 1943. He died in Brighton in 1952 aged 55, his address was 7 Vine Place, Brighton. Nearly extremely fine




British War Medal named to Paymaster Sub Lieutenant W.E.C. Copp, Royal Naval Reserve. With copy Medal Roll. Nearly extremely fine





British War Medal, impressed DEAL 10156 –S- SGT. H.M.FERGUSON, R.M. Served in the Royal Marines Labour Corps, a scarce unit. Sold together with digital photographs of his full original Military Service Records; digital copy of London Gazette entry; digital copy of Medal Index Card; digital copies of Army and Naval Medal Rolls, Henry Mears Ferguson was born in Leith, Scotland on either 24th August, 1879 or 8th September, 1881, the son of Catherine Ferguson. He married Agnes Tulloch on 30th June, 1899 and they had eight children. A Dockyard Labourer, he attested to join the Army Service Corps Labourers on 6th January, 1915 and joined the Depot at Aldershot on 8th January, 1915. SS6124 Private Ferguson landed in France on 18th January, 1915 and was attached to the Naval Labour Company, British Expeditionary Force on 15th February, 1915. He later joined the 35th (Naval) Labour Company. On 29th June, 1916, Ferguson was admitted to hospital suffering from Varicose Veins and returned to the United Kingdom. He was appointed Acting Corporal on 24th April, 1915 reverting to Private, being surplus to the establishment, on 29th December, 1916. Private Ferguson was transferred to the Royal Marines Labour Corps on 1st February, 1917 joining the Boulogne Company, Royal Marines Labour Corps from 11th Labour Company ASC on 25th February, 1917. Deal 10156 (S) Sergeant Henry Mears Ferguson, Royal Marine Labour Corps was appointed Acting Corporal on 19th April, 1917 and Acting Sergeant on 18th August, 1918. He served in France from 15th February, 1917 to 10th February, 1919. He was discharged on 12th March, 1919. Ferguson was “Mentioned in Despatches” in the London Gazette 17th December, 1918. Extremely fine





British War Medal named to 321570 Private F.E. Painter, Royal Wiltshire Yeomanry. With copy medal index card. Entitled pair. Nearly extremely fine





British War Medal named to 2850 Private H. Byford, Hertfordshire Yeomanry. With copy medal index card. Entitled pair. Generally very fine





British War Medal named to 2963 Private J. Gladwin, Derbyshire Yeomanry. With copy medal index card, entitled to a pair. Nearly extremely fine





British War Medal named to 2122 Private G. Evans, Shropshire Yeomanry. With copy medal index card, later served Shropshire Light Infantry. Toned. Nearly extremely fine





British War Medal named to 1466 Corporal N. Satchell, Norfolk Yeomanry. Later served Norfolk Regiment, entitled to a 1914-15 Star Trio. Nearly extremely fine





British War Medal named to 1761 Private E. Colman, Northumberland Yeomanry. With copy medal index card, entitled to a 1914-15 Star Trio. Some contact wear, Generally very fine





British War Medal named to 1044 Private J. Southward, Lancashire Hussars. With copy medal index card, later served Liverpool Regiment and entitled pair and Silver War Badge. Nearly extremely fine





British War Medal named to 3567 Private W.B. Devlin, Westmorland and Cumberland Yeomanry. With copy medal index card. Entitled pair. Generally very fine





British War Medal named to 3733 Private J.H. Launchbury, Worcestershire Yeomanry. With copy medal index card, later served Labour Corps, and entitled pair. Good very fine





British War Medal named to 1756 Private R. Pendleton, Derbyshire Yeomanry. With copy medal index card. Entitled to a 1914-15 Star Trio. Nearly extremely fine





British War Medal named to 2648 Corporal B. Preston, Leicestershire Yeomanry. Entitled to a 1915 Star Trio, later served with the Machine Gun Corps. Good very fine





British War Medal named to 4538 Private J. Knox, Duke of Lancasters Own Yeomanry. With copy medal index card, later served Royal Engineers, and entitled pair. Nearly extremely fine





British War Medal, impressed 2948 SOWAR KISHAN SINGH, 18 LCRS. 18th King George’s own Lancers served in France and Flanders during the First World War. Light contact wear, Nearly extremely fine





British War Medal, impressed 591 SEPOY NIHAL SINGH, 15 SIKHS. The 15th Ludhiana Sikhs served in France; Egypt and on the North West Frontier of India during the First World War. Nearly extremely fine





British War Medal named to F.21962 W.G. WOODLAND, O.S.2 R.N.A.S. William George Woodland, born Chelsea, London 10.3.1893, attested R.N.A.S. 29.9.1916 Copy R.N.A.S. & R.A.F. Service papers, medal roll (B.W.M. only) Box of issue (R.N.A.S.9) Near Mint





British War Medal named to F.34329 J.P. COLEMAN, A.M.2 R.N.A.S. James Pengelly Coleman, born Plymstock, Devon 14.5.1899. Attested R.N.A.S. 27.7.1917 Copy R.N.A.S. & R.A.F. Service papers, medal roll (B.W.M. only) Extremely fine





British War Medal, impressed 49817 WKR M.JARVIS, Q.M.A.A.C. Sold together with copy of Medal Roll. 49817 Worker May Jarvis, Queen Mary’s Army Auxiliary Corps served in France between 23rd October, 1918 and 24th January, 1919. Nearly extremely fine





British War Medal named to Sergeant J.A. Wilson, 4th South African Horse. Suspender slack, Generally very fine





British War Medal named to GS-13624 Private J.H.R. Steers, 3rd Dragoon Guards. With copy medal index card, entitled to a pair. Good very fine





British War Medal named to 205546 Private E.J. Tresise, 3rd County of London Yeomanry. With copy medal index card, entitled to pair, also served Surrey Yeomanry and Machine Gun Corps. Nearly extremely fine




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