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The extremely rare Nato Former Yugoslavia, Persian Gulf Air Operations Iraq support operations October 2001 to March 2002 tour Queen's Commendation for Bravery, Sierra Leone, and Afghanistan group awarded to Leading Marine Engineering Mechanic (Mechanical) K.J. Heffernan, Royal Navy, who was decorated during what would appear to have been his second tour of the Gulf.
The extremely rare Nato Former Yugoslavia, Persian Gulf Air Operations Iraq support operations Oc...
£3,500.00
The rare Yangtze incident H.M.S. Amethyst 20th April 1949 casualty Naval General Service Medal 1915-1962, GVI 2nd type bust, 1 Clasp: Yangtze 1949, awarded to Ordinary Seaman D.H. Wharton, Royal Navy, who was serving as a flag signalman aboard the sloop H.M.S. Amethyst, and was wounded in action by Chinese communist's on 20th April 1949 after having assisted to carry wounded.
The rare Yangtze incident H.M.S. Amethyst 20th April 1949 casualty Naval General Service Medal 19...
£3,950.00
The rare Falklands War killed in action South Atlantic Medal 1982 with Rosette, awarded to Cook Brian Easton, Royal Navy, who was serving aboard the Exocet missile equipped destroyer H.M.S. Glamorgan when she was struck by an argentine shore based exocet missile on 12th June 1982, with Easton being one of 14 men killed in action during the attack.
The rare Falklands War killed in action South Atlantic Medal 1982 with Rosette, awarded to Cook B...
£3,500.00
The interesting South Atlantic Medal 1982 with Rosette, awarded to Gunner J.R. Seed, Royal Artillery, a qualified parachutist and member of 29th Commando Battery, 4th Field Regiment, as a Battery Signaller serving in East Falkland with 2 Para, he was present at the Battle's of Goose Green and Darwin on 28th to 29th May 1982, and most likely witness ed Colonel H. Jones' death in action when he won the Victoria Cross posthumously.
The interesting South Atlantic Medal 1982 with Rosette, awarded to Gunner J.R. Seed, Royal Artill...
£2,200.00
A emotive Korean War Battle of Imjin River April 1951 Prisoner of War group to Private R.H. Cham, 1st Battalion, Gloucestershire Regiment - 'The Glorious Glosters', who had previously seen service during the Second World War and been injured, and then died in captivity on 22nd September 1951 after having been taken prisoner of war by the North Koreans.
A emotive Korean War Battle of Imjin River April 1951 Prisoner of War group to Private R.H. Cham,...
£3,350.00
The interesting 1916 operations Distinguished Conduct Medal awarded to Lance Corporal later Lieutenant E. Bass, 2nd later 5th Battalion, King's Royal Rifle Corps, who when in charge of a wiring party, rescued a wounded man under heavy fire by bright moonlight, being Russian by birth, he was a mining engineer living in Rhodesia, who was Mentioned a number of times, wounded by gas, and had served with the 10th Mounted Brigade Field Ambulance in German South West Africa in 1915.
The interesting 1916 operations Distinguished Conduct Medal awarded to Lance Corporal later Lieut...
£875.00
The very fine Great War Western Front Wieltje 14th February 1916 Distinguished Conduct Medal awarded to Corporal G.E. White, 9th Service Battalion, Suffolk Regiment, who was decorated for his gallantry when warned that some 30 of the enemy were cutting the barbed wire, he went out alone and threw bombs at them, drawing their fire. He lay down when fire started from our own trench.
The very fine Great War Western Front Wieltje 14th February 1916 Distinguished Conduct Medal awar...
£850.00
A Great War Western Front 1915 operations Distinguished Conduct Medal awarded to Sergeant D. Dyal, 1st Battalion, East Yorkshire Regiment, a pre-war regular soldier, who served out in France from 8th September 1914, being decorated for conspicuous gallantry and continuous good work as Battalion Machine-gun Sergeant both in the trenches under fire and in training gun teams.
A Great War Western Front 1915 operations Distinguished Conduct Medal awarded to Sergeant D. Dyal...
£750.00
The outstanding Bourlon Wood 2nd November 1917 Distinguished Conduct Medal awarded to Sergeant A. Smith, 2nd/7th Battalion, West Yorkshire Regiment, Territorial Force, who was decorated for his bravery at Anneux and in Bourlon Wood, with his Lewis gun he engaged enemy machine guns, covered the retirement firing from behind trees at point blank range, and later took part in a bayonet charge.
The outstanding Bourlon Wood 2nd November 1917 Distinguished Conduct Medal awarded to Sergeant A....
£975.00
A very fine Great War Bourlon Wood 24th November 1917 Distinguished Conduct Medal awarded to Acting Corporal F.D. Baker, 12th Service Battalion - East Anglian, Suffolk Regiment, who when an enemy machine gun firing from a window caused heavy casualties, took his Lewis gun and fired through the window, putting the machine gun out of action and killing the team, a later destroyed another.
A very fine Great War Bourlon Wood 24th November 1917 Distinguished Conduct Medal awarded to Acti...
£875.00