1939 - 1945 War Medal
A good original period 'Second World War 'Campaign War Medal 1939 -1945' full size cupro-nickel example in very good condition and complete with long original silk ribbon.
Entitlement was granted to all fulltime personnel of the armed forces wherever they were serving, so long as they had served for at least 28 days between 3 September 1939 and 2 September 1945 were... read more
WW1 Queen’s West Surrey Regiment 1914/15 Star Casualty Medal
Awarded to 'G-3280 PTE W HUMPHREYS THE QUEEN’S R'.
G-3280 Private William Humphreys was a native of Horne in Surrey and landed in France on the 31st August 1915. On the 31st May 1916 whilst serving with the 8th Battalion he was Killed in Action. He was 21 years old. read more
WW1 3rd Bn Monmouth Regiment Silver British War Medal
Awarded to 15603 PTE.W.E. BOWYER. MONMOUTH.R. Good condition, complete with original silk ribbon.
'Private William Bowyer enlisted on the 4th January 1915 at Abergavenny, Wales into the 3rd Battalion Monmouthshire Regiment. He landed in France on the 22nd July 1916 and was posted to the 1st Battalion. He later served with the 5th Battalionn of the South Wales Borderers and was discharge... read more
WW1 Victory Medal 32912 Pte. M. Foster. Yorkshire Light Infantry
A good original First World War full sized Victory medal awarded to '32912 Pte. M. Foster. Yorkshire Light Infantry'. Good condition, complete with ring suspension and full length silk ribbon. read more
Essex Regiment 1942 boxing competition sports medal
A scarce original 1942 wartime period boxing competition medal by 'PHILLIPS ALDERSHOT'; fine quality unmarked silver example depicting a scene of two pugilists (boxers) in fighting motion with inscription to the reverse '10061938 GNR. T. CAMPBELL BTY. BANTOM WEIGHT CHAMPION ESSEX REGT 1942'. Good condition, minor service wear.
Diameter approx 38mm. read more
8th V.B.R.S. Linlithgow Royal Scots 1902 shooting prize medal Lce Cp J.Main
A scarce original 1902 Edwardian period '8th Volunteer Battalion Royal Scots shooting prize medal'; small bronze shield with ornate border, the centre bearing the Scottish 'Order of the Thistle' embossed badge with motto 'Nemo me impune lacessit (No one harms me with impunity), the reverse inscribed '8th V.B.R.S. LONG RANGE COMPETITION Lce Cp J.Main 1902'.
Very good condition, complete w... read more
Rifle Brigade Regiment 1931 boxing competition sports winner medal
A scarce original 1931 period cased boxing competition winner medal by 'F. PHILLIPS Medallist, Aldershot'; fine quality large unmarked example depicting a scene of two pugilists (boxers) in fighting motion with inscription to the rim '2nd Bn.The Rifle Bde. Novices Boxing 1931' below a scroll with further details 'R.F.N. J. Goldring Winner Lightweight'; the reverse with an embossed representatio... read more
WW1 Military Cross presentation miniature medal by Spink
A scarce original First World War period MINIATURE Military Cross housed in a 'Spink & Son Ltd' velvet lined leather presentation with gold tooled inscription to the lid FROM MAJ.GEN.J. PONSONBY
Lt.COL.G. GORDON HALL
Lt.COL.S. GORE BROWNE
Very good condition. Size 23 x 25mm. Height approx... read more
Burma Star Association membership badge
A good original early issue, post-1951 'Burma Star Association membership lapel badge' designed on the style of the Burma Campaign Star in gilded brass and inlaid with yellow and green enamel, the reverse impressed with maker's details 'J.R.Gaunt London'. Good condition, complete with original buttonhole fitting, minor service wear. Height 26mm.
The Burma Star Association was officially ... read more
1939 - 1945 Second World War Defence Medal
A good original full size '1939 -1945 campaign Defence Medal'. Very good clean condition, complete with original full length silk ribbon.
The Defence Medal was instituted by the United Kingdom in May 1945, to be awarded to citizens of the British Commonwealth for both non-operational military and certain types of civilian war service such as the Home Guard, ... read more
King’s Commendation for Brave Conduct plastic economy badge 1943 to 1945
A scarce original circa 1943 to 1945 wartime issue 'King’s Commendation for Brave Conduct plastic economy issue badge' in the form of a Crowned oval laurel wreath; within the wreath a tablet inscribed 'For Brave Conduct' superimposed on an upright sword all on a red plastic ground, the reverse impressed in relief with Registration Number 'R.D.839943 PAT. APP. FOR'. Very good condition, complete... read more
Canadian Memorial Cross CEF 6th Bn Canadian Railway Troops
A good original Canadian Memorial Cross medal awarded to the next of kin of James Henry Bell who died aged 37 on 8th February 1919 of influenza. The reverse inscribed '1090117 Spr. J.H. Bell' and impressed 'STERLING' with '3' within a 'C' for the maker's 'Caron Brothers Montreal'. Very good condition, complete with paper envelope inscribed: 'DOMINION OF CANADA Silver Cross given to mothers of s... read more
The Military Medalists Association FOR BRAVERY ON THE FIELD numbered badge
A rare original circa late 1920's early 1930's period 'The Military Medalists Association officially numbered lapel badge', gilt brass example bearing the medal ribbon red, white and blue colours in enamel; the reverse impressed with maker's details 'Fattorini & Sons Ltd Bradford House Birmingham' (an address format used between 1928 and 1932) and issue number '590'. Fair condition, complete wi... read more
1914 National Service League London hallmarked silver service medal and case
A scarce original First World War period '1914 National Service London silver badge', the reverse inpressed with Birmingham silver hallmarks for 1914 and maker's details 'JRG&S' (J R Gaunt & Son). Very good condition, no damage to the enamel, complete with original silk ribbon and suspension bar with hallmarks for 1915 and housed in its presentation case with makers details to inside lid.
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WW1 LANARK YEOMANRY 1914 1915 star medal
Awarded to '977 PTE. G. Jeffrey. Lanark Yeo' Complete with original silk ribbon. Good condition, toned.
Private George Jeffrey landed in Mesopotania with Lanarkshire Yeomanry on the 27th September 1915 moved to Gallipoli in October 1915. He would also serve with the Royal Engineers and Royal Scots Fusiliers. read more
WW1 Newport Monmouthshire Prisoner Of War gold tribute medal
A rare original First World War period Welsh 'Newport Tribute Medal for the Returning Prisoners of War 1914 - 1918', the reverse inscribed 'PRISONER OF WAR' 'NEWPORT IS PROUD OF YOU'; impressed with Birmingham 9 carat gold hallmarks for 1918 and maker's details 'J.M' (Joseph Moore). Good condition, complete with gold suspension ring, minor service wear.
Height without ring 37mm.
O... read more
WW1 Middlesex Regiment / Labour Corps group of three medals
Awarded to to '3473 PTE C BATES MIDD’X R'
Comprising: 1914/15 Star, British War Medal, Victory Medal, medals loose and complete with original silk ribbons. All three medals named to the Middlesex Regiment.
Private Charles Bates from Beconsfield Buckinghamshire, enlisted into the Middlesex Regiment and landed in France on the 25th July 1915. On the 21st July 1916 his name a... read more
Bulgarian Medal for Participation in the European War 1915-1918
A good original Bulgarian Gilt Medal for the European War 1915-1918 issued to military personnel and non-combatants from December 1933 until December 1939. The silk ribbon following the colours of the Bulgarian flag, with an additional central white stripe for veterans who did not participate directly in war activities. Very good condition, gilt finish remains bright.
Diameter approx 32mm. read more
Queens Own Cameron Highlanders Regimental Inter-Company Musketry Shield medal
A scarce original just prior to the First World War silver and enamel shooting prize medal fob; the reverse inscribed '1913 Won By 'A' Coy 7754.Pte J.Mc.Alonie' and maker's details 'West & Son' Dublin Ireland. Very good condition, no damage to the enamel.
Height with suspension ring 39mm.
Private John McAlonie was a pre war regular who enlisted into the Cameron Highlanders... read more
WW1 South Lancashire Regiment / MGC 1914 1915 star medal
Awarded to 'Private Jesse Taylor from Latchford in Cheshire who volunteered for service with the South Lancashire Regiment, he landed in France on the 18th July 1915 and later transferred to the Machine Gun Corps. He was reported wounded with the MGC on the 15th August 1916 and again reported wounded in the casualty list, published on the 16th November 1918.
Good condition, complete with... read more