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BIRMINGHAM TRIBUTE MEDAL 1899-1902, 'In grateful remembrance of service nobly done', gilt metal, original ribbon with 'E.R.' cypher and suspension brooch dated '1899-1902', some wear to gilding, nearly very fine
Sold for £60
A TRIBUTE FROM YORKSHIRE, 3rd Yorkshire Imperial Yeomanry, South Africa 1900-1901 (2043 H. Lambert) some scratching over 'Yorkshire Imperial Yeomanry' on reverse, otherwise very fine
Sold for £75
MISCELLANEOUS MEDALS AND BADGES (3), Marksman's Badge in bronze with coat of arms on obverse and 'N.C.P.' on reverse, suspension bar with crossed percussion rifles and date '1902'; Masonic badge, R.A.O.B., named (C. Todd for services rendered as Primo 1923-24); British Museum reproduction of the Blake Naval Reward 1653, uniface impressions of the obverse and reverse in gilt, generally very fine (3)
RENAMED, DEFECTIVE AND COPY MEDALS (8), India General Service 1854-95, 1 clasp, Waziristan 1894-S (2987 Lc. Sergt. Edward Sims, 2nd Batt. The Border Regt.) renamed; China 1900, no clasp (E. Eversley, L.S., H.M.S. Barfleur) name and rank reengraved, fixed suspender, Khedive's Sudan 1896-1908, no clasp (4145 Pte. B. Wilson, 1st N. Fus.) renamed; Mercantile Marine War Medal (H.J. Elmore, Asst. Ck. M.M.R.949620) renamed, R. Niger Co. Medal with clasp...
Sold for £140
RENAMED AND DEFECTIVE MEDALS including Q.S.A. (2), K.S.A. (2), various GreatWar medals and others (16)
Sold for £40
CORPS OF COMMISSIONAIRES L.S., silver with enamelled centre (G.H. Hussey); LIVERPOOL CITY POLICE GOOD SERVICE MEDAL, clasp, Service over 30 years (Presented by the Watch Committee to Con. 191, C.R. Clark, 10-9-44); NATIONAL FIRE BRIGADES ASSOCIATION L.S., silver with '20 Years' suspension brooch, unnamed as issued, very fine or better (3)
Sold for £50
NAVAL GOOD SHOOTING MEDAL, E.VII.R. (154236 H.B. Richards, P.O. 1 Cl., H.M.S. Drake 1904, 6 In. B .L.) good very fine
Sold for £160
ARCTIC DISCOVERIES 1818-55, unnamed as issued, nearly very fine
Sold for £210
ARCTIC DISCOVERIES 1818-55, unnamed as issued, very fine
Sold for £320
A rare Polar exploration pair awarded for Scott's Antarctic Expedition in H.M.S. Discovery to Able Seaman George B. Croucher, Royal Navy
POLAR MEDAL 1904, 1 clasp, Antarctic 1902-04 (AB. 'Discovery'); ROYAL GEOGRAPHICAL SOCIETY, special silver medal presented to the officers and crew of the expedition, officially impressed on the edge (George B. Croucher, R.N.) and contained in its original Wyon case of issue, some light contact marks and brui...
Sold for £3,500
BATTLE OF BUNKER'S HILL 1775, an old facsimile of the silver badge given to Captain Ewing by King George III, together with 300 Pound for the wound he received on the 17th of June 1775, fitted with later ring for suspension, very fine
Sold for £280
FIRST LANARKSHIRE RIFLE VOLUNTEERS, 'B' Bankers' Company, LOWSON MEDAL, for success in shooting, silvered electrotype, 88mm, unnamed, nearly very fine
Sold for £30
FORFAR CONSTABULARY, Police Constable's badge No. 292, white metal, crowned monogram of King George IV, the reverse plain, 44mm, fitted with ring for suspension, circa 1825, good very fine with much original brilliance and rare
Sold for £80
KING'S MESSENGER BADGE, oval, the motto of the Garter surrounding the central painted arms of William IV, surmounted by the Royal Crown, all in silver-gilt, pendant greyhound in silver, the reverse with original slide fitment, hallmarks for London, 1824 and makers mark for Robert Hennell, engraved in script (Edward Pratt, July 1824) overall height 100mm, some loss to painted centre, glass lacking and one foot broken on greyhound, otherwise very f...
Sold for £950
NEWCASTLE ON TYNE EXHIBITION 1887, obverse and reverse silvered electrotype cliches, each set in the gilt tooled case of the medallist Reid & Sons, Newcastle, labels in each identifying the awards for an 'Ambulance Carriage and Stretcher' and a 'Zetland Phaeton', 51mm; together with THE SANITARY INSTITUTE bronze medal, awarded in 1896, for an 'Ambulance Van, St. John's Pattern, ' to Atkinson & Philipson, Newcastle upon Tyne, 40 x 51mm, in its cas...
ROYAL CANADIAN ENGINEERS, silver medal awarded with the 'key' to Gibraltar to the garrison of engineers employed in tunelling defences at the rock during 1941 and 1942, named on the reverse (B28831 Spr. Grenier A.A.) together with an unrelated London County Council bronze attendance medal, very fine (2)
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