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The outstanding Battle of the Somme Pozieres Contalmaison July 1916 Military Cross, Sudan, Boer War group awarded to Lieutenant T.A. ‘Ned’ Kelly, 13th Service Battalion, Royal Fusiliers, late Lincolnshire Regiment, Mentioned in the Boer War and Great War, saw service at Atbara  and Omdurman in 1898, Paardeberg and Johannesburg in 1900 and the Somme, when he joined his company armed ‘with a macintosh over his arm and a little swagger cane, as cheerful as if he were going to a city dinner.’
The outstanding Great War Battle of the Somme Pozieres July 1916 operations at Contalmaison Milit...
£3,500.00
The important Falklands War 1982 Goose Green and Northern Ireland triple tour of operations group awarded to Corporal Mark W. Saunders, Parachute Regiment, who served with 2 Para in the Falklands, as is confirmed as being one of those who carried Colonel ‘H’ Jones’ body off the battlefield at Goose Green, Jones being later awarded the posthumous Victoria Cross.
The important Falklands War 1982 Goose Green and Northern Ireland triple tour of operations group...
£4,500.00
A fine Second World War Battle of Britain Order of the British Empire group awarded to Wing Commander H. G. P. Ovenden, Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve, late East Surrey Regiment, Royal Flying Corps and Royal Air Force, who flew in B.E. 2s on the Western Front, prior to serving out in India in 1919-21: but his time as Adjutant at R.A.F. Hornchurch throughout the Battle of Britain was probably no less memorable, the airfield being subjected to enemy raids on no less than 20 occasions.
A fine Second World War Battle of Britain Order of the British Empire group of seven awarded to W...
£1,550.00
A fascinating Second World War Order of the British Empire group awarded to Lieutenant R.H. Ayres, M.B.E., Royal Naval Reserve, a Second Officer with the  Merchant Navy aboard the cargo ship S.S. Gairsoppa when she was sunk by the U-101 on 14th February 1941, and then with 31 men sailed a lifeboat for 13 days, suffering starvation, thirst, and with many dying from frostbite, he was one of four survivors, having been in charge throughout, and awarded the Lloyd’s War Medal for Bravery at Sea.
A fascinating Second World War Member of the Order of the British Empire group awarded to Lieuten...
£975.00
The superb Great War Gallipoli operations 1914-1915 trio awarded to Chief Petty Officer R. Findlay, Royal Naval Volunteer Reserve and Royal Naval Division, who served at Gallipoli with the Hawke Battalion, and kept a most graphic diary of his time there  with one excerpt reading: ‘terrific bombardment from land and sea - advance commenced 9.30 very successful so far - Turk trenches absolutely indescribable - awful slaughter - dead actually six deep in places - absolute field of death’.
The superb Great War Gallipoli operations 1914-1915 trio awarded to Chief Petty Officer subsequen...
£800.00
A Queen’s South Africa Medal 1899-1902, 2 Clasps: Tugela Heights, Relief of Ladysmith, awarded to Private J. Brennan, 1st Battalion, Connaught Rangers, who saw service in South Africa during the Boer War in action during the relief of Ladysmith from 15th December 1899 to 28th February 1900, including at the Tugela Heights from 14th to 27th February 1900, being killed in action on 23rd February 1900 during the attack on Hart’s Hill.
A Queen’s South Africa Medal 1899-1902, 2 Clasps: Tugela Heights, Relief of Ladysmith, awarded ...
£775.00
A General Service Medal 1918-1962, GVI 1st type bust, 1 Clasp: Palestine, awarded to Private F. Oulton, 2nd Battalion, Loyal North Lancashire Regiment, who served during the Second World War in the Far East, and was taken prisoner of war by the Japanese at the fall of Singapore, being later transported to Japan for slave labour purposes, he died in Japan whilst a prisoner of war on 18th March 1944.
A General Service Medal 1918-1962, GVI 1st type bust, 1 Clasp: Palestine, awarded to Private F. O...
£295.00
A fine Palestine Arab Rebellion, Second World War Fall of Greece Prisoner of War, and long service group awarded to Sergeant A.W.E. Witt, Wiltshire Regiment, who was taken prisoner of war by the Germans at Kalamata on 29th April 1941, and interned at Stalag XVIIIA at Wolfsberg, Austria and later at Stalag 383 at Ohenfells in Germany.
A fine Palestine Arab Rebellion, Second World War Fall of Greece Prisoner of War, and long servic...
£475.00
A Palestine Arab Rebellion and Second World War 1940 Prisoner of War long service group awarded to Corporal E.W.J. Davies, Royal Engineers, who was  incarcerated at Stalag 20B at Marienburg in Germany.
A Palestine Arab Rebellion and Second World War 1940 Prisoner of War long service group awarded t...
£265.00
A Second World War Fall of France 1940 Prisoner of War long service group awarded to Private T.W. Finley, Somerset Light Infantry late Durham Light Infantry, who was taken prisoner when serving with the latter unit, being then incarcerated at Stalag 344 at Lamsdorf in Germany.
A Second World War Fall of France 1940 Prisoner of War long service group awarded to Private T.W....
£185.00