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1914-15 Star Trio and S.W.B., Cpl. Frederick A. Gillings


Group of 4:

1914-15 Star
British War Medal
Victory Medal

Named to: 1867 Private F. A. Gillings, 21st London Regiment.

Silver War Badge
Numbered: B.298883

Frederick A. Gilling’s Silver War Badge entry shows he enlisted on 8 August 1914 and was discharged on 4 May 1919, aged 25 years and at this time his rank is given as Corporal and his number when issued was 650313.

The recipient’s Medal Index Card shows entry into France on the 16 March 1915.

Condition: Near E.F.

Code: 14451Price:

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A Scarce G.S.M. ‘Palestine 1945-48’. to a Woman. Pte. E. Falkner, A.T.S.



General Service Medal, 1918-1962, GVI, 1 clasp, ‘Palestine 1945-48’

Named to: W/330920 Private E. Falkner, Auxiliary Territorial Service.

Complete with original named card box of issued.

With copy of Medal Roll entry.

Condition: Good V.F. with 1 small edge knock.

Code: 14450Price: 140.00 GBP

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I.S.M. Geo.VI, James Sinden, a Postman, from Ashford.



Imperial Service Medal, Geo. VI crowned head.

Named to: James Sinden.

Announced in the London Gazette of 11 January1946:
“Sinden, James Postman, Tenterden Sub-Office, Ashford”.

Condition: E.F. in card box of issue.

Code: 14449Price: 25.00 GBP

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Efficiency Medal, Geo VI, Signalman W. Cockburn, R. Signals.



Efficiency Medal, GVI, bar, ‘Territorial’

Named to: 7890387 Signalman W. Cockburn, Royal Signals.

Condition: Good V.F.

Code: 14446Price: 45.00 GBP

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“More Fragments From France”


The time has come,' the Walrus said,
To talk of many things:
Of winding down the business
And letting younger dealers earn their wings.'

YES after more than 16 years of running the online business, it is actually time to start thinking of taking a ‘well earned’ rest.

From (4 May) we will start reducing the stock on the site.

The hardware is now back & running normally.

You can place orders on the remaining items in the usual way.

Code: 14445Price: On Request

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A rare & unusual Group 5, to Henry William Courtman, Sutton & Carshalton Volunteer Fire Brigade.


Group of 5:

Named to: H. W. Courtman, Sutton and Carshalton Volunteer Fire Brigade.

1) National Fire Brigade Union Bronze Medal with top ribbon bar with two
additional 5 Year bars.
Reverse named to: H. W. COURTMAN
The rim dated: 1903

2) Surrey Fire Brigade Association, Star shaped silver medal (Hallmarked) With top ribbon bar for 10 years and 2 additional bars for 5 years service and one blank bar, in an original fitted case.

3) 1887 Jubilee Medal, ”F.B.A. Windsor” with top bar engraved “C.V.F.B.” Carshalton Volunteer Fire Brigade.

The following two are Silver Prize Medals.

4) 2nd Prize 6 men open to all England.

5) Sutton, Open to all England, 4 Men Drill, First Prize, dated 1892 on reverse.

Henry William Courtman was born 7 Sep 1877. He was a Farrier & later Cartage Contractor by profession & lived in the area served by these Volunteer Fire Brigades until his death in 1966 aged 89.

Condition: Good V.F.

Code: 14444Price: 495.00 GBP

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London Private Fire Brigades Silver Medal, F. L. Turner, 1965.



London Private Fire Brigades Silver Medal (Hall Marked)

A Lion subduing a Dragon and the words “London Private Fire Brigades Association, Founded 1899.

Reverse Engraved with:
For Distinguished Service, F. L. Turner, 1965

Condition: Good V.F.

Code: 14443Price:

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Victory Medal, to 2417 E.S. Frank Butler, Engineman. Royal Naval Reserve.



Victory Medal

Named to: 2417 E.S. Frank Butler, Engn. R.N.R.

Frank Butler was born on 5 November 1878 at Birmingham.

He Enlisted for service with the Royal Naval Division 18 Jan 1915 as Number: Bristol, Z/658. He was discharged from the 4th Battalion to join the R.N.R. Minesweepers at Aberdeen. He went on to serve as an Engineman in Minesweeping operations until his final discharge on 1 Jan 1919.

Copy of RNR Service Papers & RND Card.

A 1914-15 Star, British War and Victory Medals would have been his full entitlement as shown on a copy of the Medal Roll.

Condition: Good Fine. Polished.

Code: 14442Price:

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



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.




Miniature of the Royal Order of Independence.

Unnamed as issued.

Condition: Near E.F.

Code: 14437Price:

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