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1911 Coronation and Police King's Medal Pair

£675.00
1911 Coronation and Police King's Medal Pair -1911 Coronation Medal- County and Borough Police Issue- unnamed as issued -King's Police Medal George V named Supt. J. Fulcher Shropshire Constab. Awarded the King's Police Medal London Gazette New Year's Honours 1926. Listed as Superintendant and Deputy Chief Constable Shropshire Constabulary. Condition as shown in photographs
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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
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1914 Mons Star 59th Scinde Rifles

£135.00
No. 46 Sepoy Sohbat Kahn 59th- R.F.L.S.  Served for the 59th Scinde Rifles (Frontier Force) during WWI. The regiment served with great gallantry on the Western Front fighting in the battles of Givenchy, Neuve Chapelle, Aubers Ridge, the second battle of Ypres and the battle of Loos. In 1916, the regiment served in Mesopotamia and fought in the bloody battles for the relief of Kut al Amara and the capture of Baghdad. For it’s gallant conduct during the war, it was made a Royal Regiment in 1921. A good Mons Star to a heavily engaged Indian Regiment.  Condition as shown in photographs
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1914 Mons Star Army Hospital Corps

£65.00
1914 Mons Star No.9363 2-GDE Ward Servant Manuel A.H.C. Army Hospital Corps Deployed right at the beginning of the First World War offering a medical treatment from 1914 onwards No ribbon Condition as shown in photographs
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1914-15 Star

£35.00
1233 Pte. J. Davies York Regt. Served with the 4th Bn. Condition as shown in photographs
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1914-15 Trio Death Plaque Royal Highlanders

£295.00
1914-15 Trio Death Plaque Royal Highlanders -1914-15 Star -War Medal -Victory Medal -Death Plaque John Wilson (with original storage envelope) S 12514 Pte. J. Wilson 6th Cameron Highlanders With copy casualty details including medal index card. Killed in action 22nd April 1916. Attached to 2nd Bn. Black Watch Royal Highlanders. Commemorated on the Basra memorial Condition as shown in photographs    
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1914-15 Trio Royal Navy Long Service and Good Conduct Medal George V

£195.00
1914-15 Trio Royal Navy Long Service and Good Conduct Medal George V -1914-15 Star Sbs RN -War and Victory Medal Chief Sbs -Royal Navy Long Service and Good Conduct Medal H.M.S Hindustan 350641 Sickbirth Steward John Yarrow RN. With copy service documents Condition as shown in photographs
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1914-15 Trio T S.S. Major ASC

£80.00
-1914-15 Star SS-15011 T S.S Major A. Marini ASC -War Medal SS-15011 T.W. O.   CL 1 A -Victory Medal SS-15011 T.W. O.   CL 1 A Condition as shown in photographs