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An Edward Medal for Industry in Bronze awarded to Richard Brookes, for saving life at Charrington’s Brewery on 8 February 1912
Edward Medal (Industry), G.V.R., 1st issue, with 2nd type reverse, bronze (Richard Brookes) in case of issue; together with a Presentation ‘Marble’ Clock, with plaque reading, ‘Presented to Richard Brookes by Charrington & Co. Ltd., as a small memento of an act of Bravery at the Abbey Brewery, Burton-on-Trent o...
Sold for £1,700
An Edward Medal for Industry in Bronze awarded to Ernest Thackeray, for the attempted rescue of a man at the Frodingham Steelworks, Scunthorpe, 10 August 1912
Edward Medal (Industry), G.V.R., 1st issue, with 2nd type reverse, bronze (Ernest Thackeray) edge bruising, very fine
Sold for £1,000
A Sea Gallantry Medal awarded to Seaman Svenning Mathison of the steamship Heronspool, for rescuing the crew of the schooner Elsie L. Corkum, 26 December 1920
Sea Gallantry Medal, G.V.R., bronze (Svenning Mathison, “Elsie L. Corkum” 26th December 1920) mounted as worn, in damaged case of issue, nearly extremely fine £350-400
Sold for £780
Royal Humane Society, large silver medal (Mr W. Wrench restored G. Farrington July 8 1781) fitted with an ornate silver suspension, very fine £300-350
Sold for £360
The Royal Humane Society Medal awarded to Major E. B. Nixon, 33rd Burma Regiment, late Bengal Staff Corps, who was murdered by a Pathan soldier who ‘ran amok’ on 11 February 1891
Royal Humane Society, small bronze medal (successful) (Lieut. E. B. Nixon, Bengal Staff Corps, 1 August 1871) slight edge bruising, very fine £300-350
Sold for £400
Royal Humane Society, small bronze medal (unsuccessful) (Capt. John G. Horne, R.M.L.I. 26th Nov. 1915) with bronze buckle on ribbon, in case of issue bearing a metal label, ‘Captain John G. Horne, R.M.L.I. 26 Nov. 1915’, suspension tightened, good very fine £150-200
Sold for £190
A Royal Humane Society Medal in Silver awarded to Lieutenant Aubrey A. D. Grey, Royal Navy, for gallantly saving the life of a fellow officer following the sinking of the destroyer H.M.S. Partridge, 12 December 1917 - Lieutenant Grey was subsequently awarded the Stanhope Gold Medal for 1919 for this action
Royal Humane Society, small silver medal (successful) (Lieut. Aubrey A. D. Grey, R.N. 12 Dec. 1917) with silver buckle on ribbon, lacquere...
Sold for £450
A Stanhope Gold Medal pair awarded to Ernest Hill for rescuing a shipmate who was tangled in nets, off Patsey Fjiord, Iceland
Royal Humane Society, Stanhope Gold Medal for 1937, 2nd issue (Ernest Hill, 8th Nov. 1936) 18ct. gold, hallmarks for Birmingham 1937, with gold buckle on ribbon; Royal Humane Society, small silver medal (successful) (Ernest Hill, 8th Nov. 1936) hallmarks for Birmingham 1936, with silver buckle on ribbon, nearly extremel...
Sold for £3,200
A R.N.I.P.L.S. pair awarded to Lieutenant Frederick Henslow, Royal Navy, H.M. Coastguard, Dungeness, latterly a Naval Knight of Windsor
Royal National Institute for the Preservation of Life from Shipwreck, G.IV.R., silver (Lieut. Fredk. Henslow R.N., Voted 30 Sep. 1832) pierced with ring suspension; Belgium, Order of Leopold, Knight’s breast badge with swords, silver, gold and enamel, with ‘Espagnol’ type crown (inst. 1832), last with mi...
A Second World War King’s Commendation for Brave Conduct and Lloyd’s War Medal for Bravery at Sea group of six awarded to Cadet Bernard John Duval, Merchant Navy, for services aboard the M.V. Domala, 2 March 1940
1939-45 Star; Atlantic Star; Africa Star; War Medal 1939-45, all unnamed; Lloyd’s War Medal for Bravery at Sea, silver (Cadet B. J. Duval, S.S. “Domala”, 2nd March 1940) mounted for wear; King’s Commendation for Brave Cond...
An Order of St. John Lifesaving Medal and Liverpool Shipwreck and Humane Society Fire Medal pair awarded to Police Constable Thomas Prince Millward, Liverpool City Police
Order of St. John Lifesaving Medal, 2nd type, silver (Presented to Thomas Prince Millward on 11th July 1900); Liverpool Shipwreck and Humane Society Fire Medal, silver (P.C.300D Thos. P. Millward for gallantly rescuing a man from being burnt to death at the Stanley Dock Railw...
Sold for £1,200
C.Q.D. Medal 1909, silver (Thos. Eagle, 1st Class Stoker, R.M.S. Republic) with ring suspension (eyelet detached), good very fine
Sold for £320
R.S.P.C.A. Life Saving Medal, silver (Gunner Leslie Painter, 1962) crude engraved naming, with ‘For Humanity’ brooch bar, in case of issue, extremely fine £220-260
Sold for £460
R.S.P.C.A. Life Saving Medal, bronze (Fmn. L. W. Taft, 1950) with ‘For Humanity’ brooch bar, in case of issue, extremely fine £100-140
Sold for £270
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