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Victory Medal, Pte. Arthur Greeves, 1 (City of London) Regt.

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Single:

Victory Medal

Named to: 4696 Private A. Greeves, 1st London Regiment.

Arthur Greeves’s Medal Index Card shows he was also entitled to a British War Medal .

Condition: Good V.F.

Code: 14461Price: 16.00 GBP


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WW1 Pair, Pte. D. Robertson, H.L.I.

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Pair:

Named to: 45582 Private D. Robertson, Highland Light Infantry.

Douglas Robertson’s Medal Index Card shows the British War and Victory Medals are his only entitlement. It also shows he later served with the Royal Scots Fusiliers.

Condition: Good V.F.

Code: 14211Price: 40.00 GBP


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WW 1 Pair, to Pte. H. Agnes, W. Yorks. Regt.

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Pair:

British War Medal
Victory Medal

Named to: 53365 Private H. Agnes, West Yorkshire Regiment..

Herbert Agnes’s Medal Index Card shows the British War and Victory Medals are his only entitlement.

Condition: Good V.F.

Code: 14171Price: 45.00 GBP


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WW 1 Pair, to Pte. F. Tyler, Lancs. Fus.

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Pair:

British War Medal
Victory Medal

Named to: 58827 Private F. Tyler, Lancashire Fusiliers.

The recipient/s Medal Index Card shows he also served in another four regiments.

Frederick Tyler’s Medal Index Card shows the British War and Victory Medals are his only entitlement.

Condition: Good V.F.

Code: 14160Price: 45.00 GBP


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1914-15 Star Trio and Plaque, to, Pte. Frederick Faux, 3rd Manchester Pals, KI.A. 20 July 1916

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Group of 4:

1914-15 Star
British War Medal
Victory Medal
Named to: 5248 Private F. Faux, Manchester Regiment,

Bronze Memorial Plaque
Named to Frederick Faux (This in its card case of issue).

Frederick Faux was born in Hulme, Manchester and was Killed in Action on the 30 July 1916 whilst serving as a Private in the 18th Battalion of the Manchester Regiment (3rd City Btn. Manchester Pals).

On 26th July 1916 the 18th Battalion Back to Mansel copse & ‘Back to Brick Lane’.
At 11pm the Battalion left the assembly trenches at Brick Lane for the 3 mile march through Trones Wood (Captured 2 days before). Orders were given to put on gas helmets and the Battalion marched in great discomfort. Many men were lost in the deep shell holes and some preferred to remove their gas helmets and never took part in the battle. The men emerged from the wood at 4.30am and reached the assembly trenches just in time for the 5am zero hour. The men moved off at the allotted time towards Guillemont.
The attack was carried out despite the heavy mist that made keeping direction difficult. The 18th gained their objective and established themselves in the western suburbs of the village. Some 150 prisoners were taken by the men but the German barrage falling behind them stopped the 17th Battalion moving up and the remnants of the 18th were taken prisoner. The majority of the battalion who fell in the advance lay in no mans land until September 16th-six weeks or so later.
It was during these actions that the Company Sergeant Major of B Company, C.S.M George Evans won his Victoria Cross.
The operations carried on until 3.30pm on the 31st July when the remnants of the Battalion marched back to the citadel.
The casualties for the attack on Guillemont were:470 men Killed, wounded or missing and of 16 officers’ who took part in the battle only 1 returned.The battalion’s total casualties for the month of July were: 32 Officers and 1,300 men Killed, wounded or missing.
The recipient’s Medal Index Card shows entry into France on the 16 July 1915.

Condition: E.F.

Code: 13846Price:


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Single, Victory Medal, to Pte. Frederick Williams, Army Service Corps.

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Single:

Victory Medal, 1914-1919

Named to: S-255398 Pte. F. Williams, A.S.C.


Condition: E.F.

Code: 13603Price: 15.00 GBP


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Pair, British War Medal & Victory Medal, to John R. Allen, Royal Field Artillery.

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Pair, British War Medal & Victory Medal.

Named to: 175756 A.B.Q.M. Sjt. J. R. Allen, R.F.A.

John R. Allen.

The medals still have their original, fully labelled (but damaged) box of issue together with Registered envelop addressed to:
Mr. J. R. Allen, 30, South Street, Greenock, Scotland.
Postmarked 26 October 1921.

Sold with copied MIC.
MIC confirms the BWM & VM as his only entitlement.

Condition: Near E.F.

Code: 13506Price: 40.00 GBP


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Pair, British War Medal & Victory Medal, to George Rolfe, Royal Engineers.

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Pair, British War Medal & Victory Medal.

Named to: 508567 Spr. G. Rolfe, R.E.

George Rolfe was a Hampshire man who served with both The Royal
Engineers (Numbers 508567 & (T) 5008) and the Hampshire Regiment (Number 268).
Believed to be from Twyford, Near Winchester area.

Sold with copied MIC.
MIC confirms the BWM & VM as his only entitlement.

Condition: Good V.F.

Code: 12780Price: 40.00 GBP


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WW1 Pair, Pte. A. Bromfield, Labour Coy. Liverpool Regt.

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Pair:

British War Medal
Victory Medal

Named to: 74484 Private A Bromfield, Liverpool Regiment.

Alfred Bromfield’s Medal Index Card shows the British War and Victory Medals are his only entitlement. It also shows he served with the Labour Corps Works Company, previously serving with the King’s Liverpool Regiment Labour Company.

Condition: V.F. edge knock on B.W.M.

Code: 11525Price: 45.00 GBP

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