The Langham Collection of Medals to the Royal Army Ordnance Corps

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Date of Auction: 17th September 1999

Sold for £370

Estimate: £140 - £180

A Great War M.M. group of seven awarded to Sergeant A. Sinclair, Coldstream Guards

Military Medal, G.V.R. (7803 C.Q.M.Sjt.-A.C.S.Mjr. A. D. Sinclair, 2/C. Gds.); 1914 Star, with clasp (7803 Sjt., C. Gds.); British War and Victory Medals (7803 Sjt., C. Gds.); Defence and War Medals; Army L.S. & G.C., G.V.R., 2nd issue with fixed suspension (646167 W.O.Cl.II, M.M. C. Gds.) together with Regular Army Certificate of Service and several photographs, contact marks, otherwise nearly very fine (7) £140-180


M.M. London Gazette 19 March 1918.

Andrew Sinclair was born in Newcastle-upon-Tyne in 1888, and enlisted into the Coldstream Guards on 22 April 1908. He went overseas with the B.E.F. on 26 August 1914 but was invalided home on 17 November. He returned to France in September 1916 and served there until February 1919, probably winning his Military Medal during the operations at Paschendaele or Cambrai in 1917. He was discharged at Victoria Barracks, Windsor, on 4 April 1929.