Punjab Medal 1849 2 clasps Goojerat & Chinianwala to Bartw McAniff 29th Foot (Worcestershire) He was invalided on 22 August 1849 and returned to England 1st March 1850. With confirmation Entitled to Sutlej Medal 1845-46VF £800.
Crimea 1854, Clasp Sebastopol, Capt Astley Greene, 44th Reg (East Essex}, Medal rolls show entitlement to Turkish Crimea as a Major. Top bar same design as the India Medal pin missing. On original ribbon. Some research Muster roll 1842 Ensign. Edinburgh Gazette Lt to Captain 1854. Died Windsor 1859. Needs further research. NEF £575.
Turkish Crimea 1855 La Crimea issue to 1177 Sgt William Gyde 72nd Highlanders (Seaforth Highlanders) He is entitled to the Crimea Medal Clasp Sebastopol & Indian Mutiny Medal Clasp Central India. Born Dublin, Enlisted 1839 aged 13 at Paisley, Served , Gibralta, West Indies, North America, Malta, Crimea & East Indies. Discharged 1867 Deserted sentenced to 365 days imprisonment with hard labour. Medal Roll & Service history paperwork. The medal has been brooched at some time (F) Contempory regimental engraving Scarce to find a named Turkish Crimea. £225.
Indian Mutiny no clasp to J Barrett 1st Btn 5th Fus ( Northumberland Fusiliers). Pte Barrett also served with the 88th Ft (Conaught Rangers). The medal comes with rolls for both the 5th & 88th Ft. £295.
Indian Mutiny Medal 1857-1859 2 Clasps Lucknow/Relief of Lucknow Pte. Charles Hilford 1st Battn 5th Foot Northumberland Fusiliers Service papers, enlisted 15 years old Wounded Lucknow 11/09/1857 Transferred to 102nd Foot. (1st Bn. Royal Dublin Fusiliers # 4503)1863 served 21 years. The medal comes with paperwork confirming clasps and been wounded. £850.
Indian Mutiny Medal 1857-1859 1 Clasp Central India to 3141 Private Robert Mills 71st Regiment (The Highland Light Infantry) Entitled to Crimea Clasp Sebastopol & Turkish Crimea. Medal rolls NEF £550.
Indian Mutiny Medal 1857-1859 2 Clasps Lucknow & Relief of Lucknow to B Foy 2nd Bn Military Train Attached to Bengal Artillery, Entitled to LS&GC With service papers, born Armagh. Enlisted 13th of Foot Somerset light Infantry. NEF £625.
Afghanistan 1881 No Clasp to Lieut J Davidson 81st Foot Lieutenant Colonel John Davidson. Lieutenant 81st Regt. 1874. Adjutant The Loyal North Lancashire Regiment 1880. Captain 1881. Served with the Bechuanaland Expedition under Sir Charles Warren 1884-85. Adjutant 3rd and 4th Bn.'s (3rd Lancashire Militia) 1887. Major (Depot) 1893. Major, 2nd in command. Commandant School of Instruction for Militia and Volunteers Aldershot21st December 1897 – 7th March 1899. Lieutenant Colonel /Substantive Colonel 17 Dec 1901. Retired 1905. Service papers. Only entitlement. NEF £695.
IGS Clasps Burma 1885-7. Hazara 1891 to 1498 Pte C Jones 2nd Bn South Wales Borderers , The company commander for the SWB was Maj. G. Bromhead VC, of Rorks Drift fame Hazara clasp loose & 2 EK’s. Service Paperwork confirming clasps etc. £475.
Indian General Service 1854 1 Clasp Waziristan 1894-5 to 2665 Pte G Davis 2nd Bn Border Reg Also entitled to QSA 5 Clasps CC/OFS/Trans/Tug Heights/ Rel of Lady. Accidentally drowned SA 16/06/1901 Medal rolls confirming clasps. NEF £425.
Queens Sudan to 3541 Pte W Hanrahan 1st Northumberland Fusiliers Entitled Khedives Sudan Clasp Khartoum QSA Clasps Belmont/ Modder River/OFS/ Transvaal. KSA Clasps SA 01/02. 14/15 Star/BWM/Vic as 94658 Spr Royal Engineers & 423402 Labour Corps. Died 1936. Service history Medal rolls & MIC. £425.
Khedives Sudan Medal 1896-1908 Clasp Khartoum to 3700 J Halligan 2nd Lancashire Fusiliers Medal rolls Entitled Queens Sudan & KSA Clasps SA01 & SA02 Couple EK's & Suspender a little loose otherwise VF £275.
Rhodesia 1896 to Bugler J W Hardy Belingwe Staff Colm A very scarce medal. This example has, at an early time, been brooch mounted on the obverse and shows signs of the mountings in the legends and on the upper rim at 2'o'clock. The naming is 100% unaffected and complete in the normal engraved block capital style. It looks like the family had this done and then returned the medal to its original suspended state as the suspender is clearly the original item. Only 10 medals awarded to this unit this the only bugler. On original ribbon. (VF) Copy of medal roll £495.
Queens South Africa 1899-1902, Clasps Cape Colony/Relief of Ladysmith, 5239 C Fields, 1st York & Lancashire Reg, Wounded Spion Kop 20/01/1900 again 24/01/1900 Died of Wounds 24/01/1900 Ventners Spruit, Research & medal roll. 3rd Type (EF) £625
Queens South Africa 1899-1902 3 Clasps CC. Trans. SA 1901. W D MacMurtry Surgeon William Dickson LRCP, LRCS Edn. LFPS Glasgow Attached RAMC N0 8 General Hospital Bloomfontiein & No7 General Hospital Pretoria. Was house surgeon Memorial Hospital Jarrow & others. Lots of research including death cert. 3rd Type. Toned NEF £450.
Queens South Africa 1899-1902 5 Clasps Relief of Kimbely/Paardeberg/Johannesburg/DiamondHill/Wittebergen to 5567 Pte A Robertson 7th Mounted Infantry Kings Own Scottish BorderersAlso entitled to KSA 2 clasps SA01 & SA02 One rivet on clasps missing & heavy edge knock at 3 o'clock, Medal rolls for both medal entitlement 3 small others. 3rd Type (NVF) £210.
Yorkshire Imperial Yeomanry Medal 1900 to 1948 Ernest Dixon 11th CO. 3rd IMP YEO, Medal rolls confirming Entitled to a QSA 3 clasps CC/OFS/Trans/ SA 1901. A nice medal Dated 1900-1901 in great condition unfortunately some of the recipients details have been erased the service number and some details have survived a rare medal. £250.
Volunteer Long Service & Good Conduct Medal (Vic) to 7000 Sergt Geo Hunter, Queens Rifle Volunteer Brigade Royal Scots The medal is very nicely engraved to : REGT NO 7000 SERGT GEO. HUNTER. Q.R.V.B.R.S. 26TH FEBRY 1898 This medal is in very good condition with no noticeable edge knocks or bruises. It comes complete with it's original mounting brooch for wearing. NEF £150.
Vic. Army LS & GC. 1874-1901 type. Lettering on reverse and rim has been polished off and engraved in its place "PRESENTED TO JWT BY HIS COMRADES FOR SKILL AT ARMS 1887" In excellent condition. Worth researching. £100.
RN LSGC (Vic) "A" Type young head to W.E. AMSDEN, CHF: BTM: HM Coast Guard William Edward Amsden was the son of a Tooth Brush Manufacturer. He served in the Royal Navy before being transferred to H.M. Coastguard, initially serving with the N. Irish Division. He served at Fanad Head, Donegal, Greencastle, Donegal and then as Chief Officer for Portrush Coastguard Station (still operating). He is recorded on the 1911 Census as living at Portsmouth as a 'Retired Chief Officer, H.M. Coastguard'. He died a couple of months later, his death being returned in June 1911. £225