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WW1 Pair To- 154273.SPR.J.DOLBY.RE
Complete with MIC details
WW1 Pair To- 35633.CPL.E.A.BOURNE.R.A.M.C
Complete with Mic details
WW1 Pair To- 58129.PTE.W.S.W.DAVIES.WELSH.R
William Samuel Walter Davies first served overseas with the 2nd training reserve battalion of the Welsh regiment but went on to serve with the 9th Service battalion.
NEF & complete with Mic & medal roll details
GVIR 1st Type GSM 1918-1962 with S.E.Asia 1945-46 clasp.
Unnamed as issued
Punjab 1848-49 with Goojerat & Chilianwala clasp, IGS 1854 with Persia clasp & Victorian army LS&GC
GVF or better & complete with copy service papers
WW1 Military Medal (MM) & pair
Harold.Alfred.Kent landed in France 6-10-1916 & was awarded the MM in the London gazette 11-2-1919 & this states that he was a resident of Rickmansworth.
GVF & complete with MIC & medal roll details along with London gazette details.
1914-15 Trio, GSM 1918-1962 with clasp Iraq, IGS 1908 with Waziristan 1919-1921 clasp, WW2 Defence & war medals & 1953 Coronation medal
The recipient is listed as a general list officer in WW1 & as such his 1914-15 star shows to unit. He was one of only 4 recipients of the IGS to the Dental corps of which two had this clasp. He was Colonel Commandant of the ADC between 1947 & 1954
GVF/NEF & complete with a copy photo of the recipient along with medal roll & MIC details plus other basic research details
Mint cased Medal of the Order of the British Empire on the original military medal in the original John Pinches case of issue
NEF/EF with light corner scuffs to the case
WW1 British war medal & Mercantile marine pair, 1939-45 Star, Atlantic Star, 1939-45 War medal with box of issue & condolence slip
Frederick Weeden Willett was the first radio operator on the SS.Rose Schiaffino (Cardiff) when it was sunk by U-374 31-10-1941 whilst on convoy duties. The recipient was one of 41 crew members to be lost. He was 54 years of age & was the son of Mr & Mrs Frederick.W.Willett & the husband of Eveline Edith Willett of Pagham Sussex. He is commemorated on the Tower hill memorial.
NEF/MINT & complete with basic research details
1914-15 Trio & GVR T.F.E.M
Robert Smith first landed in France 1-5-1915 & was discharged under kings regulations 392 XXI 11-2-1916
service number 78 on all four medals
NEF/GVF & mounted as worn, complete with MIC details
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