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WWI ‘Silver’ Imperial German Naval Wound Badge. N 99. - N 99
This is a World War I German Imperial Navy wound badge. Unlike the later Third Reich counterparts, the wound badges of World War 1 were split between the Army (Heer) and the Navy (Kaiserliche Marine). The silver class of the award would have been awarded to those who had sustained three or four wounds during service. The badge itself shows two swords crossed above an anchor, and the whole badge is surrounded by chain rather than laurel wreath. Measuring 4 ½ cm x 4 ¼ cm, the pin and clasp are in good working order and the badge is showing no damage. The price for this collectable item includes UK delivery. N 99.
£95.00

* Imperial Germany ‘Black’ Wound Badge. N 97. - N 97
The wound badges comprise of laurel leaves that have a bow at the base with seven bunches of three leaves on either side, with two laurel berries at each joint. The only difference is the colour of each grade. The steel body of the black award is painted with black enamel paint. The badge measures 42mm by 39mm. Crossed swords are super imposed on to the central pebbled field. A German steel helmet is superimposed over the swords. The reverse shows the negative of the obverse. It has a hinge and hook. The awards were worn on the left side of the tunic or jacket. The badge was awarded for wounds or frostbite. This black one was awarded for one or two wounds. This example is showing age related signs of wear to the front of the badge. The pin, hinge and hook are in good order. See page 98 of 'A collectors guide to World War Two German medals and Political awards' by 'Christopher Ailsby'. The price includes U.K. delivery. N 97.
£50.00

British WWI Trio and Death Plaque to Harold Edmond John Davey of the 3rd Battalion Royal Fusiliers. BA 395. - BA 395
This is a very nice trio and Death plaque to ‘Harold Edmond John Davey’ who died on the 26th April 1915 at the second battle of ‘Ypres’ and is commemorated on the ‘Ypres’ (Menin Gate) memorial. He was 26 years of age and the son of John & Anna Davey of Elveden, Suffolk. The second battle of ‘Ypres’ is noted as the first use of gas by the Germans on the Western Front. 5700 canisters containing 168 tons of Chlorine gas were released by the Germans at sunrise on the 22nd April 1915. Covering 4 miles of trenches, gas affected some 10,000 troops, half of whom died within 10 minutes of the gas reaching the trenches. Death was caused by asphyxiation. The trio and death plaque come complete with original ribbons (see images for condition) and are fitted to a circular fabric covered wooden base (split but intact, easy repair). Also included is a print out of the Commonwealth war graves commission details. The price for this wonderful piece of history which is worthy of further investigation includes UK delivery. BA 395. (Top of drawers)
£375.00

Boer War, WW1 & Imperial service Medal Group to to ‘Driver W.E. Bartlett R.H.A.’.( Royal Horse Artillery) BA 394. - BA 394
Group of Medals to ‘Driver W.E. Bartlett R.H.A comprising of: Q.S.A medal (The Queen's South Africa Medal is a British campaign medal awarded to British and Colonial military personnel, and to civilians employed in an official capacity, who served in the Second Boer War in South Africa. Altogether twenty-six clasps were awarded, to indicate participation in particular actions and campaigns) with 5 bars (South Africa 1902, S.A 1901, Transvaal, O.F.S & Cape Colony). A 1914 Trio with ‘Mons clasp’ & GVI Imperial Service medal. Mounted as worn with separate ribbon bar and two commemorative medallions (Coronation of George V *bar loose* & Edward VIII). A lovely group to a man who served in the Boer War and the 1st World War, worthy of further research. The price includes UK delivery. BA 394. (Drawers)
£395.00

WWI Prussian Front Wappen (Front Plate) ‘Linien-Adler’ (For Infantry) Pickelhaube . 19966:14. - 19966:14
The front wappen is a standard ‘Linien-adler’ (for infantry). Often shown on the Prussian Pickelhaube Model 1895 helmet. Measuring 13 ½ cm in width and 11 ¼ cm in length. This pattern of helmet plate was worn from 1895 to 1918. The Eagle is found in German silver, in near perfect condition for its age. The price includes UK delivery. 19966:14.
£195.00

British Suez Crisis General Service Medal With Canal Zone Clasp Ribbon & Box Of Issue To ‘AC1 PN Anderson (2506577) RAF’ Together With A Miniature GSM With Canal Zone Clasp. Sn 19181 - 19181
On the 11th June 2003 the Prime Minister announced in the House of Commons that the General Service Medal 1918-62 and the Naval General Service Medal 1915-62 with 'Canal Zone' clasps were to be awarded to those who had served in the Suez Canal Zone of Egypt during the period 16th October 1951 to 19th October 1954. The qualification criteria for the Suez Canal Zone GSM (or Clasp) is to have served for a minimum of 30 consecutive days within the Canal Zone area during the period 16th October 1951 to 19th October 1954. This is an original British General Service Medal With Canal Zone Clasp & original ribbon with original box of issue to ‘AC1 PN Anderson (2506577) RAF’ together with a miniature GSM with Canal Zone clasp pin mounted for wear. Both the original GSM with CZ clasp and the miniature are in excellent condition, clean with no damage. Neither medal is named but the box of issue which is clean and undamaged bears Queen’s crown and a label with the recipients details (illustrated). The price includes UK delivery. Sn 19181
£250.00

India General Service Medal (1854) with a Burma ‘1887-89’ Clasp. BA 392. - BA 392
This is a nice India General Service Medal with a Burma clasp ‘1887-89’ to ‘Pte. in the Madras Infantry. The obverse carries the wyon profile of ‘Queen Victoria’ with the reverse showing ‘Victory’ crowning a semi-nude warrior. The medal was first instituted in ‘1854’ to cover minor campaigns in India, and carried on for 41 years. With a total of 24 clasps issued. n 1852 Lord Dalhousie had suggested a general service medal for smaller Indian campaigns, in order to limit the number of individual medals awarded. Indian Army units made up the majority of forces present for nearly all campaigns. While the expeditions covered by the medal included few formal battles, most were undertaken in difficult terrain against determined resistance from local tribesmen. This example carries the ‘Burma 1887-89’ clasp. The medal missing its ribbon is in good condition, the engraving to the rim is a little rubbed, ‘ Pte. ? Madras Infantry. The price includes UK postage. BA 392.
£165.00

India General Service Medal (1854) with a Burma ‘1885-7’ Clasp. BA 391. - BA 391
This is a nice India General Service Medal with a Burma clasp ‘1885-7’ to ‘Pte.Jaffer Khan 5th Madras Infantry. The obverse carries the wyon profile of ‘Queen Victoria’ with the reverse showing ‘Victory’ crowning a semi-nude warrior. The medal was first instituted in ‘1854’ to cover minor campaigns in India, and carried on for 41 years. With a total of 24 clasps issued. n 1852 Lord Dalhousie had suggested a general service medal for smaller Indian campaigns, in order to limit the number of individual medals awarded. Indian Army units made up the majority of forces present for nearly all campaigns. While the expeditions covered by the medal included few formal battles, most were undertaken in difficult terrain against determined resistance from local tribesmen. This example carries the ‘Burma 1885-7’ clasp. The medal missing its ribbon is in good condition is engraved to the rim with ‘3015 Pte.Jaffer Khan 5th Madras Infantry The price includes UK postage. BA 391.
£175.00

India General Service Medal (1854) with a Burma ‘1885-7’ Clasp. BA 389. - BA 389
This is a nice India General Service Medal with a Burma clasp ‘1885-7’ to ‘Pte.J.Foley’? Somerset Light Infantry. The obverse carries the wyon profile of ‘Queen Victoria’ with the reverse showing ‘Victory’ crowning a semi-nude warrior. The medal was first instituted in ‘1854’ to cover minor campaigns in India, and carried on for 41 years. With a total of 24 clasps issued. n 1852 Lord Dalhousie had suggested a general service medal for smaller Indian campaigns, in order to limit the number of individual medals awarded. Indian Army units made up the majority of forces present for nearly all campaigns. While the expeditions covered by the medal included few formal battles, most were undertaken in difficult terrain against determined resistance from local tribesmen. This example carries the ‘Burma 1885-7’ clasp. The medal and correct ribbon are in good condition is engraved to the rim with ‘884 Pte.J.Foley? 2nd Bn Som.L.I’ . The price includes UK postage.
£225.00

*India General Service Medal (1854) with ‘Hazara 1891’ Clasp. BA 387. - BA 387
This is a nice ‘India General Service’ medal with a clasp ‘Hazara 1891’ to ‘Pte.F.Leyden’ of the 2nd Battalion Seaforth Highlanders. The obverse carries the ‘Wyon’ profile of ‘Queen Victoria’ with the reverse showing victory crowning a semi-nude warrior. The medal was first instituted in ‘1854’ to cover minor campaigns in India and carried on for 41 years, with a total of 24 clasps issued. This fine example carries the ‘Hazara 1891’ clasp. The medal is in very good condition with the correct ribbon intact and is engraved to the rim with ‘2506 Pte F. Leydon 2nd ‘B’ Sea. Highrs’. The price includes UK postage. BA 387.
£295.00
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