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1914-15 Star

No. 1327 3-SL S.A.S. -Sardar Khan IMD Sardar Khan served with the Indian Medical Department during the First World War No ribbon Condition as shown in photographs

1914-15 Star Northumberland Fusiliers

6240 Pte. R. Brebner Northumberland Fusiliers Robert Brebner served with the 11th Bn. Northumberland Fusiliers. Entering France 25th August 1915 and died of wounds 7th July 1916. Commemorated at Thiepval Memorial Pier and Face 10B, 11B and 12B. With copy Commonwealth War Graves document and WWI Index card document confirming entitlement to star. He would also be entitled to a War & Victory Medal. Condition as shown in photographs

1914-15 Trio, Plaque London Field Ambulance RAMC

-1914-15 Star 1708 Pte. E. A. Austing RAMC -War & Victory Medal 536146 Pte. E. A. Austing RAMC -Death Plaque Ernest Albert Austing -Scroll & Buckingham Palace note (stuck on to cardboard and appear to have been removed from a frame) Killed in action 5th June 1917 aged 24. Commemorated Poperinghe New Military Cemetery. The son of Mr and Mrs A. F. W. Austing 9 Alroy Road, Harringay, London. Condition as shown in photographs

A Wounded and then Killed in Action Royal Fusilier Group- also awarded the Military Medal

-Military Medal George V 1136 Pte. H. Croudace 17th Royal Fusiliers -1914-15 Star numbered E-1136 -War Medal and Victory Medal numbered GS-47864 Henry was born in 1882 at North Wingfield, Derbyshire and before the first World War was a bank Clerk for the Union of London and Smiths Bank. He was Secretary of the local Boy Scout Association, was a member of Mansfield swimming club and sang in the choir of Saint Mark's Church, Mansfield. He enlisted in October 1914 into the Royal Fusiliers and whilst serving with the 17th Empire Battalion, was awarded the Military Medal. London Gazette issue 29701 the 8/8/1916, awarded for 'the Germans blew up a big mine in the British lines and wrecked all the trenches in the vicinity. A sergeant and 2 men scrambled over the wreckage and held the crater for several hours against the enemy until help arrived and the Germans were driven back. Germans put up a strong artillery fire and looked like taking back the crater but failed. All 3 men received the Military Medal' including Croudace. It was awarded for 'Bravery in the field' at Vimy Ridge. It is noted that he was wounded in action at Melville Wood, gunshot wound to the right thigh and appears to have been discharged on 12/9/1916 at Weybridge. He appears to have rejoined the 22nd Btn. Royal Fusiliers and was killed in action 17/2/1917 at Petit Miraumont. He is commemorated at the Thiepval Memorial Pier and Face 8 C 9 A and 16 A. Additional copy paperwork and photograph included with medals. A good opportunity to add a well documented Royal Fusilier gallantry group to your collection. Wounded, awarded the Military Medal and then killed in action. Condition as shown in photographs

Bandsman's Boer War WWI Long Service Group Duke of Cornwall Infantry

-Queen's South Africa clasps Cape Colony, Paardeberg, Dreifontein and Transvaal officially impressed 3349 Pte. M. Ando 2 D of C LT INFY. -King's South Africa clasps South Africa 1901, South Africa 1902 officially impressed 3349 Corpl. M. Ando D OF C LI -1914-15 Star officially impressed 3349 Pte. M Ando D of Corn LI -British War Medal officially impressed 3349 Pte. M. Ando DCLI -Victory Medal officially impressed 3349 Pte. M. Ando DCLI -Army Long Service & Good Conduct Medal GVR officially impressed Bndsmn. M. Ando DCLI Swing mounted on original ribbons as worn. Accompanied by a folder of extensive copy research. Condition as shown in photographs