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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

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

WW2 Era Polish Soldier's 13 Medal Group Mounted For Wear. Sn 10739 - 10739
This is a WW2 Polish War veteran's medal group mounted as worn. The group consists of 13 medals including Orders and Long Service. All have their correct original ribbons and are mounted on a cloth patch for wear. Price for this substantial collection of Polish Medals includes UK delivery. Sn 10739

Group Of 3 x Medals to X4162633 L.A.C./Cpl S.C. Thomas R.A.F. along with Discharge Wallet and Papers. Sn 10391:3 - 10391:3
A group Of 3 x Medals to "X4162633 L.A.C./Cpl S.C. Thomas R.A.F." along with a Discharge Wallet, Letter of Retirement dated 7th December 1976, Certificate of Discharge stamped at Northwood, Certificate of Qualifications and a metal wearers mount and ribbons for mounting the medals for wear. The medals consist of a General Service medal with Malaya Bar and ribbon impressed to "4162633 L.A.C. S.C. Thomas R.A.F.", a General Service Medal with Malay Peninsular Bar, and ribbon impressed to "X 4162633 Cpl S.C. Thomas R.A.F." and a R.A.F. Long Service and Good Conduct Medal and Ribbon impressed to "Cpl S.C. Thomas (X 4162633) R.A.F.". All three medals are in very good condition. He was a photographer and served 22 years. The wallet is light blue plastic and is stamped with "RAF Form 856A". The job description, form 856c/14/6 is dated 29/11/76 and is named to Thomas. The Certificate of Qualifications (form 856B) is again completed out to Thomas with all his qualifications showing him as a photographer (ground). The certificate of discharge is also made out to Thomas. The retirement letter is dated 7th December 1976. Lastly, the wearers pin and mount along with ribbons is in good condition. The price includes Uk delivery.

Framed For Display, WW1 French Croix de Guerre To Soldier A. Lerique, 138th Infantry Regiment With Original Citation. Sn 10242 - 10242
The Croix de Guerre (Cross of War) is a military decoration of France. It was first created in 1915 and consists of a square-cross medal on two crossed swords, hanging from a ribbon with various degree pins. The decoration was awarded during World War I, again in World War II, and in other conflicts. The Croix de Guerre may either be awarded as an individual or unit award to those soldiers who distinguish themselves by acts of heroism involving combat with the enemy. The medal is awarded to those who have been "mentioned in despatches", meaning a heroic deed or deeds were performed meriting a citation from an individual's headquarters unit. This is an original WW1 French Croix de Guerre To a Soldier of the French 138th Infantry Regiment With Original Citation. The medal is in excellent condition with original correct ribbon. It is accompanied by the Soldier's 1914-1918 citation which has details of the Regiment's action which resulted in the award in French (translation required) and is signed by General Graziani of the French Army. The citation dated 4th December 1918 bears the name of the Soldier who received the medal. The Soldier's name handwritten in Ink appears to be Ambert Lerique. The citation is undamaged and clean. The medal and citation are nicely mounted in a glazed dark wood frame (21 x 17 1/4 x 1 inches). The rear of the frame is mounted with wire for wall hanging. Price for this French WW1 Medal awarded for valour which is worthy of further research includes UK delivery. Sn 10242
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