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The unique ‘Perak’ Victoria Cross and ‘Hazara’ C.B. group of four awarded to Major-General G. N. Channer, Indian Army, who was awarded his V.C. for an action on 20 December 1875 whilst serving with the 1st Goorkha Light Infantry - Sent forward on an intelligence gathering operation in command of a small detachment of Gurkhas to reconnoitre a ‘formidable’ enemy stockade, he made an attack on his own initiative, jumping into the stockad...
Sold for £200,000
A fine Great War ‘Palestine 1917’ D.S.O. group of nine awarded to Lieutenant-Colonel G. K. Channer, 3rd Gurkha Rifles, wounded in the Waziristan operations of 1901-02, and no less that 5 times during the Great War; he raised the 3rd Battalion 3rd Gurkhas in Egypt in 1917
Distinguished Service Order, G.V.R., silver-gilt and enamels; India General Service 1895-1902, 4 clasps, Punjab Frontier 1897-98, Samana 1897, Tirah 1897-98, Waziristan 19...
Sold for £3,600
Pair: Troop Sergeant-Major William Channer, 23rd Light Dragoons
Military General Service 1793-1814, 1 clasp, Talavera (W. Channer, 23rd Reg. Lt. Dragoons) unofficial re-impressed naming; Waterloo 1815 (Tr. [Serj.] Maj. W. Channer, 23rd Reg. Light Dragoons) fitted with contemporary replacement silver clip, ring and bar suspension, part of rank erased on the second, edge bruising and contact marks, otherwise fine or better (2) £1600-1800
Military General Service 1793-1814, 1 clasp, Martinique (Major George Channer, St. Elizabeth’s Militia) renamed in unofficial impressed capitals; together with B.R.C.S. War Service Medal (Sister G. S. H. Channer. Commons Hospital) privately impressed naming, nearly very fine (2) £500-600
Sold for £400
This collection was sold on 22 July 2016.
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