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The emotive and most complete Second World War Bomber Command Path Finder Force 1944 to 1945 operations Navigator’s Distinguished Flying Cross group awarded to Flight Lieutenant K. Usher, Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserves, who flew in Lancaster’s with No.635 Squadron, completing a tour of 32 sorties, he volunteered with his crew to perform one more sortie, this being a raid on Chemnitz on 5th March 1945, during which his aircraft, the first of its type in the squadron was lost.
The emotive and most complete Second World War Bomber Command Path Finder Force 1944 to 1945 oper...
£3,500.00
The superb Second World War Night Fighter Radar Operator’s Distinguished Flying Cross and log book group awarded to Flying Officer J.G. Rogerson, Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve, a long-served night fighter specialist who claimed three enemy aircraft destroyed during a busy tour of operations in Mosquitos of No. 141 Squadron in 1944, he also attacked trains, barracks and motor vehicles.
The superb Second World War Night Fighter Radar Operator’s Distinguished Flying Cross and log b...
£2,975.00
The important Cabul Medal 1842 awarded to Lieutenant later Lieutenant Colonel J.P. Ripley, 1st Bengal European Light Infantry, Honourable East India Company Forces, who commanded the 54th Bengal Native Infantry and on the outbreak of the Indian Mutiny, was murdered by his own men at Delhi on 11th May 1857. 'After shooting two of the rebels, he was chased and cut down with swords and then bayoneted by his own men.’
The important Cabul Medal 1842 awarded to Lieutenant later Lieutenant Colonel J.P. Ripley, 1st Be...
£3,650.00
A Great War Laventie April 1915 Officer Casualty group awarded to Captain R.H.C. Gilliat, 5th Royal Meath Militia Battalion, Leinster Regiment, attached 2nd Battalion, Connaught Rangers, who was one of twin brothers killed in action during the Great War, he being shot dead by a sniper ‘whilst admonishing his batman to keep his head down’ in the trenches on 6th April 1915.
A Great War Laventie April 1915 Officer Casualty group awarded to Captain R.H.C. Gilliat, 5th Roy...
£1,850.00
A most unusual and very fine Crimean War ‘Appointment to a commission in the regiment’ and Siege of Sebastopol Casualty year on edge 1854 long service medal group awarded to Sergeant Major then Lieutenant and Adjutant William Little, 88th Regiment of Foot - the Connaught Rangers, who was one of only five men of his regiment appointed to a commission in the regiment during the campaign, being slightly wounded in action on 28th March 1855.
A most unusual and very fine Crimean War ‘Appointment to a commission in the regiment’ and Si...
£1,250.00
British Army 1797 Pattern Georgian Officer’s Gorget (Circa 1801-1830 period), gilded metal, and of regulation pattern displaying a central crown of the ‘GR’ cypher with attendant laurel sprays, retaining almost all of original gilding, and complete with the rare original silk cloth pair of neck rosettes and leather backing still present to reverse of the gorget. With an old label with the faint handwritten details: ‘found on the field of Waterloo’.
British Army 1797 Pattern Georgian Officer’s Gorget (Circa 1801-1830 period), gilded metal, and...
£950.00
A fine and scarce Kurdistan 1919 Order of the British Empire and Great War Irish Rebellion 1916 and Mesopotamia operations group awarded to Captain A.C. Brown, Royal Army Service Corps, who having been commissioned in October 1914, served with the Munitions Depot at Leicester through to 1916, and then in Ireland, followed by Mesopotamia from March 1917, being awarded a scarce Kurdistan operations MBE in February 1920, he later became Inspector of Films for Bengal.
A fine and scarce Kurdistan 1919 Order of the British Empire and Great War Irish Rebellion 1916 a...
£450.00
A Great War 1914 Old Contemptible’s trio, Second World War Home Defence and Imperial Service Medal group awarded to Colour Sergeant T. Malone, 1st Battalion, Connaught Rangers, who served on the Western Front from 26th September 1914, and later joined the Post Office in 1925, before serving with the Second World War with  No.11 Company, 24th Battalion, Middlesex Home Guard.
A Great War 1914 Old Contemptible’s trio, Second World War Home Defence and Imperial Service Me...
£395.00
An interesting Great War Casualty pair awarded to 2nd Lieutenant P.A. Malone, 1st Battalion, Royal Munster Fusiliers, late Corporal in the 6th Service Battalion, Royal Irish Regiment, who was wounded in action at Guillemont with a gunshot wound to the right forearm on 3rd September 1916, commissioned and wounded again at Epehy during the German Spring Offensive on 22nd March 1918, and then died of influenza on 13th February 1919.
An interesting Great War Casualty pair awarded to 2nd Lieutenant P.A. Malone, 1st Battalion, Roya...
£385.00
A South Africa Boer War pair awarded to Private J. Buggy, 1st Battalion, Royal Irish Regiment, who was present on operations in the Cape Colony and the Transvaal, and at Wittebergen on 1st to 29th July 1900.
A South Africa Boer War pair awarded to Private J. Buggy, 1st Battalion, Royal Irish Regiment, wh...
£380.00