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A very fine Waterloo Medal 1815, fitted with period straight bar suspension and contemporary modified ring, awarded to Private Rose Duncan, 1st Battalion, 92nd Gordon Highlanders, who was wounded in action during the Waterloo Campaign, either in action at the Battle of Quatre Bras on 16th June or at the Battle of Waterloo on 18th June 1815.
A very fine Waterloo Medal 1815, fitted with period straight bar suspension and contemporary modi...
£3,500.00
A scarce Naval General Service Medal 1793-1840, 1 Clasp: Implacable 26 Augt. 1808, awarded to Private Thomas Davis, Royal Marines, who saw service aboard H.M.S Implacable under Captain Thomas Byam Martin when in company with H.M.S Centaur off Hango Head on the south coast of Finland on 26th August 1808 she engaged, carried, and eventually burned the Russian 74 gun Sevolod in the mouth of Rogerswick harbour, whilst in the face of the Russian fleet of 24 vessels.
A scarce Naval General Service Medal 1793-1840, 1 Clasp: Implacable 26 Augt. 1808, awarded to Pri...
£2,950.00
The very fine Peninsula War Northern Spain and Waterloo 1815 Casualty pair awarded to Sergeant John French, 1st Battalion, 4th The King’s Own Royal Regiment of Foot, who is confirmed as having been present in action at Salamanca, Victoria and St Sebastian, being almost certainly present in North America at Bladensburg and New Orleans in 1814 to 1815, he was then one of 122 men of his battalion to be wounded in action at the Battle of Waterloo on 18th June 1815.
The very fine Peninsula War Northern Spain and Waterloo 1815 Casualty pair awarded to Sergeant Jo...
£2,450.00
A rare unit Waterloo Medal 1815, fitted with original clip and ring suspension, awarded to Private Thomas Powell, 3rd Battalion, 95th Regiment of Foot – Rifles, whose unit with a strength of two companies was the smallest British unit present at Waterloo, he being confirmed as having been wounded in action at the Battle of Waterloo on 18th June 1815, receiving a gun shot wound to the left hip.
A rare unit Waterloo Medal 1815, fitted with original clip and ring suspension, awarded to Privat...
£2,450.00
The Most Distinguished Order of Saint Michael and Saint George Knight Commander, K.C.M.G., set of insignia comprising Neck Badge, gilt and enamels, complete with full length of original neck ribbon, complete with closing clasp, and Breast Star, silver and enamels, these housed in their original fitted presentation case by Garrard & Co with King Edward VII crown – circa 1902-1910. An excellent example.
The Most Distinguished Order of Saint Michael and Saint George Knight Commander, K.C.M.G., set of...
£2,300.00
The superb Great War Battle of Festubert 19th May 1915 Night Attack Distinguished Conduct Medal group to Sergeant later Major A. Denholm, 16th Battalion Canadian Infantry – the Canadian Scottish later Canadian Machine Gun Corps, who after his officers had been killed or wounded, rallied the men and led them forward, under heavy fire. Representing the British-Canadian Rifle Team, he was also a professional golfer in Australia, and winner of the Dunlop Cup.
The superb Great War Second Battle of Ypres and Battle of Festubert 19th to 20th May 1915 Night A...
£2,250.00
The exceptional Great War Battle of the Somme Flers-Courcelette capture of the Sunken Road 15th September 1916 ‘Posthumous’ Distinguished Conduct Medal group awarded to Private R.H. Burgess, 18th Battalion – West Ontario, who in the advance to capture the Sunken Road and the Sugar Factory owing to casualties to the crews of some of the machine guns, although wounded, provided bomber escort, until wounded seriously for a second time, from which he then succumbed.
The exceptional Great War Battle of the Somme Flers-Courcelette capture of the Sunken Road 15th S...
£2,250.00
A fine Great War Battle of Festubert 1915 ‘Fighting Tenth’ Hill K5 Distinguished Conduct Medal group to Corporal W.R. Brookes, 10th Canadian Infantry Battalion – Calgary Highlanders, later 2nd Lieutenant with the Royal Flying Corps, who on the day after the disastrous attack on Hill K5, on 22nd May 1915 led a party to rescue a wounded officer from No Man’s Land, who he successfully brought in ‘under excessively heavy fire in front of the trenches’.
A fine Great War Battle of Festubert 1915 ‘Fighting Tenth’ Hill K5 operations Distinguished C...
£1,950.00
The Most Honourable Order of the Bath, Knight Commander, K.C.B., Civil Division, silver-gilt neck badge and breast star set, the neck badge bearing hallmarks for London with date letter ‘g’ for 1922, and complete with a length of original neck ribbon, the breast star being of silver, gold and enamel. Scarce. Housed in its Garrard & Co ‘to the King’ fitted presentation case.
The Most Honourable Order of the Bath, Knight Commander, K.C.B., Civil Division, silver-gilt neck...
£1,850.00
The superb Great War Battle of Amiens Distinguished Conduct Medal group awarded to Acting Corporal J. Geddes, 1st Battalion, Canadian Infantry - Western Ontario, late 213th Battalion, Canadian Infantry – the American Legion and Orkney Artillery Volunteers, who near Upton Wood on 30th August 1918, when his NCO became a casualty, assumed command, and then crawled forward and accounted for an enemy machine gun, killing the three men who were manning it, and capturing the gun single-handed.
The superb Great War Battle of Amiens advance to the Drocourt-Queant line Distinguished Conduct M...
£1,750.00