Orders, Decorations, Medals and Militaria (18 & 19 September 2014)

Saleroom Notices

Please note the following amendments to the printed catalogue descriptions:

Lot No Saleroom Notice
75 Entitled to clasps for CC, OFS, SA01 and SA02 only - revised estimate £80-100
145 Withdrawn
549 Revised estimate £400-500
554 Withdrawn
613 See Lot 1334 for recipient’s full-sized medals
625 Attributal groups to Enweaver and three others (not four)
743 A second medal is known to this recipient
858 The first two pieces are later copies
866 Recipient not entitled to Defence Cross which is an unnamed specimen. He is entitled to the Defence Medal for Meritorious Service.
921 Withdrawn
957 Unit is ‘Peine’ not ‘Peink’
1133 Withdrawn
1170 Correct entitlement is for clasps ‘1896-98’ and ‘Sierra Leone 1898-99’
1173 Correct entitlement is for 2 clasps, ‘1892’ and ‘1893-94’
1217 Withdrawn
1334 See Lot 613 for recipient’s miniature medals
1349 Fryer’s wife’s Victory Medal is named ‘C. M. Turner, V.A.D.’
1385 This recipient did not later win the MC which was awarded to a Jemadar of the same name for services in Malaya prior to the fall of Singapore (15 February 1942)
1440 4th Goorkha Regiment
1459 A contemporary named Khedive’s Sudan to this recipient was sold by Sotheby, London, in 2000
1600 Another group is known to exist accompanied by the recipient’s Buckingham Palace memorial scroll and other documentation
1602 Regiment officially corrected on Korea Medal
1662 Recipient was issued with an official replacement set of medals properly marked with an ‘R’ together with a UN Cyprus medal