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“More Fragments From France”


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Code: 14441Price: On Request


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I.G.S. “Waziristan 1919-21”, Pte. Leslie Polhill, 6th Coy. M.G.C.

18/087

Single:

India General Service Medal, 1 clasp, ‘Waziristan 1919-21’

Named to: 7809676 Private L. Polhill, Machine Gun Corps.

Leslie Polhill’s Medal Index Card shows entitlement to a British War & Victory Medal pair for service with the M.G.C.

The I.G.S. Medal is confirmed on the roll for service with the 6th Coy., M.G.C.

Copies of the M.I.C. and medal roll are with the medal.


Condition: Overall condition is Good V.F., but there is a bad edge knock at 4 o’clock (This does not obscure any lettering.)

Code: 14440Price: 88.00 GBP


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G.S.M. for ‘Malaya’, GVI, to Sigmn. P. H. Priest, R. Signals.

18/081

Single:

General Service Medal, 1918-1962, GVI, 1 clasp, ‘Malaya’

Named to: 22344272 Signalman P. H. Priest, Royal Signals.

Complete with named box of issue.

Condition: Near E.F.

Code: 14439Price: 60.00 GBP


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Miniature of the Jordanian Order of Independence.

18/079

Single:

JORDAN

Miniature of the Royal Order of Independence.

Unnamed as issued.

Condition: Near E.F.

Code: 14437Price: 20.00 GBP


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WW 1 Pair, Boy 1 Benjamin Palmer, Lost at Jutland on “Black Prince, aged 17 years.

18/088

Pair:

British War Medal
Victory Medal

Named to: J/39920 B. Palmer, Boy 1, Royal Navy.

Benjamin Palmer was born on 1 June 1899 at Rugby Warwickshire and his occupation is given as “Errand Boy” when he joined the Royal Navy on 14 April 1915, his first posting was to “Ganges” and H.M.S. “Black Prince” on 1 July 1915.

He was the Son of J. T. and Clara Palmer of 57 Victoria Avenue, New Bilton, Rugby. Aged just 17 years he was lost when the “Black Prince was sunk during the Battle of Jutland on 31 May 1916 and he is remembered on the “Chatham Naval Memorial”.

The medal roll also shows entitlement to a 1914-15 Star. Sold with copied information.

The following is based on German Naval Reports and observations. About 23.45 hrs Black Prince fired on the German Battleship Rhineland . 2 of her 6 inch shells hit the German vessel . This action in the dark was a brief affair but those on Rhineland must have caught a glimpse of their attacker . Towards midnight Black Prince, seemingly lost, made towards a line of ships , her Captain perhaps thinking they were British. They were in fact German Battleships, who promptly lit up the British ship with their searchlights and launched a tornado of shells at her. 12 heavy shells and several smaller ones struck her at almost point blank range. She caught fire along her full length, blew up and took all of her ships company with her. RN record ---- 857 killed including about 50 Boys.

Condition: Near E.F.

Code: 14435Price: 268.00 GBP


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France, Verdun Medal & Application Form, M. A. Adolphe.

18/080

Single:

FRANCE

Medal for the Battle of Verdun 1916

Unnamed as issued.

With official Application Form made by:
Marcel Alfred ADOLPHE, 2ND Regiment of Artillery.

Condition: Good V.F.

Code: 14434Price: 35.00 GBP


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Victory Medal, to 10021 Pte, Alfred O’Brien, Royal Irish Regiment.

18/084

Single:

Victory Medal

Named to: 10021 Pte, A. O’Brien, R. Ir. Regt.

The Medal Index Card shows that the British War and Victory Medals were his only entitlement.

Condition: Good V.F.

Code: 14432Price: 18.00 GBP


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Efficiency Medal, Geo VI, Signalman. G. D. Whaley, R. Signals.

18/065

Single:

Efficiency Medal, GVI, bar, ‘Territorial’

Named to: 2583767 Signalman G. D. Whaley, Royal Signals.

Condition: Good V.F.

Code: 14431Price: 45.00 GBP


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Memorial Plaque to, Percy James Clary, 12th Royal Fusiliers .

18/074

Single:

Bronze Memorial Plaque

Named to: Percy James Clary

(Unique)

4241 Pte. 12 Royal Fusiliers – Died / F&F – 28 Sep 1915 (From: Dulwich, Surrey) Aged 26.

Loos Memorial.

Condition: As image.

Code: 14428Price: 100.00 GBP


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Memorial Plaque to, John Ewart Baldwin, 'D' Bty 17th Bde Royal Field Artillery.

18/073

Single:

Bronze Memorial Plaque

Named to: John Ewart Baldwin

(Unique)

188240 Gunner D Bty 17th Bde Royal Field Artillery – Died / F&F – 24 Apr 1917 (From: Manchester) Aged 19.

Feuchy Chapel British Cemetery, Wancourt, France.

Condition: As image.

Code: 14427Price: 100.00 GBP

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