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German WW1 1914 Iron Cross 1st Class With Screw` On Back Fitting. M 128 - M 128
This is a very nice WW1 Iron Cross 1st Class with a screw back fitting. The medal retains much of its original finish with only minor wear to the highlights. There are no makers marks to the medal which is not unusual on these pieces. The back of the medal is stamped 900. WW1 iron crosses area getting harder to find and the price includes U.K delivery. M 128

A Large Collection Of Korean War & Vietnam War Cased Medals, Citations, Wall & Desk Plaque Awards To U.S. Lieutenant Colonel Alice A. Long, Women’s Army Corps (WAC). Sn 15984:1 - 15984:1
Formed in 1943 the WAC provided logistical and specialist support during WW2 and throughout the Korean & Vietnam wars. This is a collection of U.S medals, citations and desk plaque awards all to Lieutenant Colonel Alice A. Long of the Women’s Army Corps . The medals all with their original presentation boxes comprise: The Bronze Star With Certificate, National defence medal, Vietnam service medal, American campaign medal, 2x Legion of merit medals one with Oak leaf cluster & certificates. Also included is her 1967 Korea WAC plaque, a Wall plaque dated 30th May 1972, Korea Chief mess plaque, 1966 Korea plaque with mother of pearl inlaid decoration and a framed 1967 dated certificate in oriental text. The certificate’s frame has mother of pearl inlaid decoration. The desk plaques have their original presentation cases. The price for this collection worthy of further research includes UK delivery. Sn 15984:1

Cased, Named Victorian British Medal Trio Egypt 1882-89 Medal With Tel-El-Kebir Bar, Khedive’s Star 1884-86 & Edward VII Army Long Service & Good Conduct Medal To Pte & Lance Corporal F. Parfitt Notts & Derby And Cameron Highlanders Regiments. - 16012:6
This is a nice group of medals Pte Parfitt Notts & Derby And Cameron Highlanders Regiments. The medals comprise of Egypt 1882-89 Medal With Tel-El-Kebir Bar, Khedive’s Star 1884-86 & Edwardian Army Long Service & Good Conduct Medal . The rear of the medal is dated 1882 and the rim is impressed ‘1273 Pte F. Parfitt 1/ Cam’n Highrs (1st Battalion Cameron Highlanders)’. The back of the Khedive’s Star is the 1882 version and has parfitt’s Regimental number 1273 stamped along with number 79. The rim of the Edwardian Army Long Service & Good Conduct medal is impressed ‘2040 L. Corpl F. Parfitt Notts & Derby Regt. The medals came together in the leather covered case with hinged lid and must be to the same person but with a change of Regiment. The lined case has a trade ink stamp (illustrated). The price for this medal group worthy of further research includes UK delivery. Sn 16012:6

WW2, 1940 Dated German Army Belt Buckle. MISC 869 - MISC 869
This is a WW2 1940 dated German army belt buckle made by Kr Franke and Co. of Ludenscheid. The front of the belt buckle retains some of its original grey paint to the middle but the outer surface has a light surface rust which would be improved with a light clean. The rear of the buckle retains its original grey finish and is stamped with the above makers details. This is a nice belt buckle in as found condition. The price includes U.K. delivery. MISC 869

German WW1 / WW2 Medal Group. M 119 - M 119
This is a nice German WW1 / WW2 medal group consisting of a WW1 Iron Cross 2nd class on a combatant ribbon, a 1914 – 1918 Cross of Honour with Swords and a rare Faithful Service decoration for 50 years service. These medals are nicely court mounting with a felt backing and pin. This is a nice group with a scarce decoration. The price includes U.K. delivery. M 119

Hunter River Lancers Badge. BA 894 - BA 894
This is an original 12/16th Hunter River Lancers badge issued to the Australian Army Reserve Light Armoured Regiment formed on the 1st May 1948. This regiment seaws its lineage from units originally formed in the 1880s. the regiment is currently a light cavalry scout unit and has in recent years seen service in Iraq and Afghanistan. This badge dates from the 1953 – 1960s period and carries the makers mark K.C. LUKE MELBOURNE stamped to the rear of the badge. The white metal badge has 2 lugs to the rear for securing the badge. This is an early and scarce badge. The price includes U.K. delivery. BA 894

Named Medal Groups To The Chilman Family. M 112 - M 112
This is a family group of medals consisting of a World War 1 trio to a bi-lingual South African, the father H.R.Chilman of the Barkly West Commando, (a scarce unit) and a Second World War group to his son also H.R.Chilman of the South African Army Defence Corps, Technical Division. All the medals are named as is the case for South African medals. The group consists of the 1914-15 star war medal and bi lingual victory medal for the father and 1939-45 star, Africa Star, War Medal and the South African Service Medal which is in silver for the son. Also included are 4 collar badges fo the South African Technical Service Corps consisting of a wheel, bomb and scroll with TSC TDK. There is a photograph of the son in uniform together with a photograph of him with General Smuts and other paperwork including his official medal award slips, membership cards etc. for the Torch Commando Veterans Association. At the top of the display are medal ribbons for the ASA, QSA, and others which presumably are the grandfathers together with the father and son medal ribbons. The grandfathers medals are missing. This is a nice family group covering 2 world wars and worthy of further research. Price includes UK delivery. M 112

MUSEUM QUALITY, Framed Original WW1 1915 – 1919 Imperial German Iron Cross 2nd Class With Ribbon, Prussian Infantry Pickelhaube Helmet Plate & Period Crossed Miniature Military Swords With Scabbards. Sn 15122:8 - 15122:8
This excellent WW1 collection is as found mounted on a Prussian black velvet background which has bullion tape edging and has a glazed dark wood frame, the back of the frame has hooks which can be easily released to allow access to the individual pieces. The collection consists of an Imperial German Iron Cross 2nd Class with ribbon, Prussian Infantry white metal Pickelhaube helmet Plate above white metal numbers forming the dates 1915 & 1919. The centre of the display has decorative faux green and silvered sprigs of Oak leaves with acorns alongside a pair of individual superb crossed miniature Imperial German Officer’s swords with gilt voided bowl guards & bullion wire representing Officer’s cords. The swords are tethered to the back board by gold coloured cord which secures the sword blades in their scabbards. The sword’s bowl guards each have cast foliate decoration. The white metal scabbards are undamaged with no dents. Both scabbards have hanging rings. The swords each measure 9 ¾” in length in their scabbards. The frame measures 18” x 15” x 2 ½”. The price for this Museum quality WW1 Imperial German collection includes UK delivery. Sn 15122:8

WW1 Wilmslow District Memorial Shield With Copper Centre Boss To British Army Private 2270 Francis Shaw 8th Battalion Manchester Regiment Killed In Action 18th December 1914 With Copy Of War Grave Commission Entry & Note Re History Of The Regiment. - 13738
This is an original memorial shield to a British Soldier who fell during WW1. A week away from Christmas Day and 331 British Army Officers and men lost their lives on 18th December 1914. Add in men from other nationalities and men serving with the Royal Navy, Mercantile Marine and Royal Air Force and that figure increases to 372. This shield in memory of Private 2270 Francis Shaw 8th Battalion Manchester Regiment Killed In Action 18th December 1914 has a wooden shield shaped base which measures 9” x 9 ½” x ½” has a large centre mounted copper boss which is 6 ½” diameter. The boss with laurel wreath bears heraldic arms below ‘Wilmslow District 1914-1919’ (Cheshire) and states ‘ In Grateful Memory Pte Francis Shaw 1/3 Manr (Manchester) Regt Who Died For His King & Country In The Great War’. The rear of the shield has a hanging ring for wall mounting. The shield is accompanied by an A4 size paper copy of the War Graves Commission entry in memory of the Soldier which states ‘Remembered With Honour Alexandria (Chatby) Military & War Cemetery’. Also included is a small printed note outlining the history of the Manchester Regiment and its involvement in WW1 (the documents are illustrated in the images). The price for this memorial shield to a named WW1 Soldier worthy of further research includes UK delivery. Sn 13738

British Air Efficiency Award Medal and Ribbon To Squadron Leader E.F. Tanner Of The A.A.F. & Paper. Sn 13244 - 13244
This is a very nice Air Efficiency (Long & Meritous Service) award to an officer in the Auxiliary Air Force, complete with paperwork showing his progression from pilot officer in 1939 to his retirement in in 1954 as a Squadron Leader (Wing Commander for Retirement Purposes). The Air Efficiency Award, post-nominal letters AE for officers, was instituted in 1942. It could be awarded after ten years of meritorious service to part-time officers, airmen and airwomen in the Auxiliary and Volunteer Air Forces of the United Kingdom and the Territorial Air Forces and Air Force Reserves of the Dominions, the Indian Empire, Burma, the Colonies and Protectorates. The award is a GVI medal impressed to "Sqn. Ldr. E.F. Tanner A.A.F." The medal was struck in silver and is oval, 38 millimetres (1.5 inches) high and 32 millimetres (1.26 inches) wide, with a raised rim on each side. It is suspended from a silver bar in the form of an eagle in flight, looking towards its left, affixed to the medal by means of a single-toe claw and a pin through the upper edge of the medal. The obverse has his coinage type effigy and is circumscribed "GEORGIVS VI D: G: BR: OMN: REX F: D: IND: IMP:" reading around from the bottom. The initials "HP" below the truncation of the King's neck are those of the designer of the obverse of the medal, Thomas Humphrey Paget, an English medal and coin designer. The reverse is smooth and is inscribed "AIR EFFICIENCY AWARD" in three lines.It comes complete with its correct ribbon. A nice Long Service award to a man who went through WW2 and beyond. The price includes UK postage. Sn 13244
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