Orders, Decorations, Medals and Militaria. To coincide with the OMRS Convention

Orders, Decorations, Medals and Militaria. To coincide with the OMRS Convention (19 September 2003) Catalogue Cover

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Ian McInnes

Ian McInnes

Ian McInnes was born in 1937 and served in the Royal Air Force from 1956-58. Afterwards, until retirement, he was the marketing manager of a large retail chain. He remains prominent in local affairs, serving as Metropolitan Councillor and as a J.P. Much of his time is now taken up with Chernobyl Chi...
John Michael Alan Tamplin

John Michael Alan Tamplin

I have in the past few years sold the majority of my collection. This is not because of lack of interest, but merely for two simple reasons - recent ill-health and advancing years. However, I still retain my long service awards.The batch of medals in this auction are to civilians, and I note with in...
Hal Giblin

Hal Giblin

Swords of the Heavy and Light Cavalry, Brigade of Guards, Infantry, Indian Army, and Royal Navy are amongst the swords represented here. From the fine quality productions of Henry Wilkinson of Pall Mall, whose swords are usually numbered and can be identified through the proof books preserved by the...
Anthony Arthur Mount

Anthony Arthur Mount

Tony Mount was born in Benfleet, Essex, on 24 February 1931. Following the death of his father, Sydney, in 1938, at the tragically early age of 34, Tony, his brother and their widowed mother were taken care of by his great-uncle Albert Gillott, who Tony described as "the nicest man God made.&qu...
Eric Campion

Eric Campion

Major David Evans, T.D.

Major David Evans, T.D.

The collecting habits of David Evans, who was born in Liverpool and lived there all his life, naturally reflected his pride in his home city. An old boy of the Liverpool Institute High School for Boys and a chorister at the Liverpool Anglican Cathedral in his youth, he was for many years part of the...