Orders, Decorations, Medals and Militaria (30 March 2011)

Saleroom Notices

Please note the following amendments to the printed catalogue descriptions:

Lot No Saleroom Notice
42 Withdrawn
140 Naming officially re-impressed.
159 Although there is no such indication shown on the medal rolls it is believed that the Afghanistan pair are slightly later issues.
237 1914-15 Star officially re-impressed.
278 Recipient’s name is Willock and the medals are so named.
408 Suspension soldered and no longer swivels.
582 RHS medal is dated 1949 not 1943.
615 Withdrawn
640 With 5 related Red Cross awards not 6. Total 13 items in lot.
673 Badge is correct but flash is for East African Army Service.
851 The Lucknow clasp is not actually confirmed in Cresswell’s book on medals to Irish Regiments. However, it is confirmed in both his Statement of Services and by Col. Jourdain's Services of Officers of the Connaught Rangers, in the Regimental history.
908 13 officers and 90 men of the Oxfordshire and Buckinghamshire Light Infantry qualified for the TFWM.
931 Poole was a prisoner of war of E.L.A.S. (Greek People’s Liberation Army) 18 December 1944 to 23 January 1945, during the Greek Civil War.