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Royal Navy Officer’s WWII Casualty Group

£550.00
Lieutenant A.M.W. Blake Royal Navy  Killed in action 31st January 1942 when H.M.S. Belmont was sunk by a U82.  -Naval General Service Medal 1909-62 clasp Palestine 1936-1939 MID A.M.W. Blake R.N.  -1939-45 Star -Atlantic Star -Africa Star -War Medal WWII Medals unnamed as issued Lieutenant Arthur Michael William Blake Royal Navy joined as a naval cadet 1st September 1935, Midshipman 1st May 1936, Sublietenant 1st May 1938 and Lieutenant 1st September 1940. Naval cadet at Dartmouth Royal Naval College, Midshipman H.M.S. Valliant 1st May 1936, H.M.S. Ramillies 14th January 1937. H.M.S. Escort 12th January 1939, H.M.S. Encounter 24th June 1939, H.M.S. Belmont 2nd December 1941. Killed in action when H.M.S. Belmont was lost with all hands 31st January 1942, attacked by U-boat 82. H.M.S. Belmont was escorting convoys when attacked and sunk along with H.M.S. Culver about 30 miles South of Newfoundland. H.M.S. Belmont went full steam ahead to block the line of fire infront of the convoy and was rocked by 2 violent explosions. All 138 crew were lost in the sinking in the bitter cold winter’s night.  With a file of copied research  Condition as shown in photographs
, New Items , WWI Plaque Russell scaled, Bygones Shop
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1914 5th Lancers Casualty Plaque

£120.00
WWI Plaque named Albert John Russell. 7018 Sergeant Albert John Russell, 5th Royal Irish Lancers Albert John Russell was born in the army barracks Sial Kote 5th October 1884 where his father was serving as a Sergeant Farrier and Quarter Master with the 5th Royal Irish Lancers. His mother Jessie (Doyle) came from Teignmouth, Devon and he was baptised on 26th October 1884 at Sial Kote. The family returned to the UK in 1898 after his father retired from the army and they moved to Teignmouth in Devon. Albert joined his father's regiment the 5th Royal Irish Lancers in 1904/5. The 1911 census shows him as a Corporal at Shrapnel Barracks, Woolich and he is single. He served in Dublin after 1911 and was promoted to Staff Sergeant. On 5th August 1914, the regiment was ordered to France as part of the 3rd Cavalry brigade under General Gough. They fought at the Battle of Mons and in October were involved in the Battle of Messines and the first Battle of Ypes. Sergeant Russell was severely wounded on 30th October fighting at Hellebeke in Belgium and died of wounds the next day 31st October 1914, aged 30. He is buried in Kemmel churchyard, Belgium and is also commemorated on the Saint James memorial window Teignmouth. He would also be entitled to a Mons 1914 Star Trio. Well documented WWI Plaque to a regular serving soldier, killed in action in the early stages of WWI. Condition as shown in photographs
, New Items , WWI Edward VII Long Service Group scaled, Bygones Shop
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WWI Edward VII Royal Navy Long Service Group

£210.00
-1939-45 Star 155115 J.W. Ralph ACT. CPO. RN -WWI War Medal 155115 J.W. Ralph ACT. C.P.O.  R.N -Victory Medal 155115 J.W. Ralph ACT. C.P.O.  R.N -Royal Navy Long Service & Good Conduct Medal Edward VII 155115 J.W. Ralph P.O. 1CL. H.M.S Wildfire Mounted on card for display With copy service roll. He was born 19th March 1875 in Deal, Kent. Signed on for 12 years service on 19th March 1893. Condition as shown in photographs
, New Items , WWI Mercantile Marine Medal Dawe scaled, Bygones Shop

WWI Mercantile Marine Medal

£40.00
Walter T. Dawe With some copy documentation showing him as 'missing presumed fallen overboard' in 1924. Rated as 'First Mate' Condition as shown in photographs
, New Items , NGS Persian Gulf Picken scaled, Bygones Shop

Naval General Service Persian Gulf 1909-14

£185.00
Naval General Service Medal 1909-62 Clasp Persian Gulf 1909-14 271600 A.M. Picken E.R.A. 2CL H.M.S. Proserpine Arthur Matthew Picken was born in Birmingham 13th June 1882 and joined the Royal Navy 21st April 1904. He served until 13th October 1922. With copy service paperwork and details of H.M.S. Proserpine. Condition as shown in photographs
, New Items , Jenkins Merchant Navy 2 scaled, Bygones Shop
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Merchant Navy WWII Casualty

£225.00
Apprentice Samuel David Jenkins, Merchant Navy -1939-45 Star -Atlantic Star -Africa Star -Pacific Star -War Medal All unofficially named 21-12-40, 4-3-43 S.D. Jenkins S.S. Marietta E Mariette E was built for the Leath Hill Shipping Company of 7628 tonnes. On a voyage from New York and Durban to Alexandria was torpedoed and sunk by a submarine on 4th March 1943 soon after leaving Durban. 9 of her crew were lost including Jenkins. Samuel was born 24th March 1924 and lived at 112 Putney Road, Hanesworth, Birmingham. At 0:3:46 hrs on 4th March 1943, German U-Boat 160 fired 2 torpedoes at the convoy DN-21 North East of East London and hit 2 ships including the Marietta E. Commemorated on the Tower Hill memorial. With extensive copy research. Condition as shown in photographs
, New Items , QSA Stewart 2 scaled, Bygones Shop

Queen's South Africa Medal 46th Company Imperial Yeomanry

£199.00
5 clasps- Cape Colony, Orange Free State, Transvaal, South Africa 1901, South Africa 1902 23841 Tpr. T. Stewart 46th Coy. Imp. Yeo. Thomas Stewart was born around 1876 Shankhill, Belfast, County Antrim. He enlisted at Belfast on 28th January 1901, serving until 4th July 1902. Discharged at Elandsontein, South Africa. The 46th Company Imperial Yeomanry was the Belfast 12th Bn. Condition as shown in photographs
, New Items , WWI War Medal Filby 2 scaled, Bygones Shop

Royal Marine Artillery WWI War Medal

£35.00
Royal Marine Artillery WWI War Medal 7032 GNR. John Robert Frank Filby Royal Marine Artillery WWI War Medal RMA 7032 GR. J.R.F Filby With copy service papers also entitled to a 1914 Star and a Victory Medal and Long Service and Good Conduct Medal. Born 26th April 1879, Camberwell, London. Enlisted 1st October 1897 and reengaged 5th September 1909. Married Ann Marie Russel 6th January 1917. Served RMA depot 1897-98, Royal Marine Artillery 1898-99, H.M.S Royal Oak, Mediterranean fleet 1899-1902, H.M.S Illustrious 1903-1905, H.M.S Hindustan 1906-1909, Royal Marine Artillery Ostend and Dunkirk 1909-1915, RMA Howitzer Brigade 1915-1919. Discharged 30th May 1919 after 21 years service. filly swerved at Ostend between 27th-31st August 1914 and then Dunkirk 7th-18th October 1914. Transferring to Howitzers and served in the Dardanelles with No.3 Howitzer Brigade. Long Service and Good Conduct Medal awarded November 1912. Condition as shown in photographs
, New Items , Cleary CSM Trio scaled, Bygones Shop
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CSM Trio

£130.00
-General Service Medal 1962 Clasp Northern Ireland named 24533884 Pte. J.J Cleary Kings Own Border -Boxed unofficial Commemorative Voluntary Service Medal, hallmarked silver. Named Pte. J.J Cleary KO Border Regt. -Boxed unofficial Commemorative GSC, silver. Named 24533884 Pte. J.J Cleary Kings Own Border Regt. Condition as shown in photographs
, New Items , WWI Munitions lapel badge scaled, Bygones Shop
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WWI Munitions Lapel Badge

£22.00
Brass WWI Munitions Volunteer War lapel badge Issued to female munitions workers .The number on the back was unique to each individual and accompanied  by a numbered certificate Numbered on reverse: 89859 J.R. Gaunt & Sons London Condition as shown in photographs
, New Items , Richardson RFR WWI LS scaled, Bygones Shop

WWI Royal Fleet Reserve Long Service Group

£145.00
-1914-15 Star P.O 17154 Pte. W. P. Richardson. R.M.L.I. -War Medal 17154 L. CPL. W. P. Richardson. R.M.L.I. -Victory Medal 17154 L. CPL. W. P. Richardson. R.M.L.I. -Royal Fleet Reserve Long Service & Good Conduct Medal GV. CH. 23268 (CH. B. 3061) W.P.Richardson. MNE. R.F.R Mounted for display Condition as shown in photographs