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Group of Four. Petty Officer Ernest Grace. Royal Navy

Awarded to Petty Officer Ernest Grace of His Majesties Royal Navy and later in World War Two serving with HQ Fighter Command. Born on the 11th April 1892 in Keswick in Cumberland. 1914-15 Star, British War Medal & Victory Medal. (J.1072. E. GRAVE. P.O. TEL. R.N.) and Coronation Medal 1937. Records indicate at time of enlistment his civilian occupation is recorded as Telegraph Messenger. He joined as Boy Sailor 1st Class serving on a large number of naval vessels and land bases as indicated in his naval service record. His papers show that on the 1st April 1925 he was Acting Warrant Telegraphist, which became substantive on the 1st April 1925 as Warrant Telegraphist. He also saw service onboard HMS Royal Oak details noted on the 1st February 1926. Later serving onboard HMS Barham noted 1931. After leaving the Navy he was placed on the Retired List on his own request. Ernest Grave service history as recorded outlines the fact that he was employed under the RAF (Royal Air Force) Substitution scheme as a Signals Officer. He was posted to HQ Fighter Command at RAF Stanmore as Signals Officer. He was officially placed on the retired list on the 30th March 1946. The Coronation Medal 1937 is not mentioned in his service record but medals mounted as worn on original medal bar. (with copy service record).

Code: 50920Price: 150.00 GBP

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GROUP OF SIX. Sgt. L. J. Kuhn. Royal Canadian Army Service Corps.

Awarded to Sergeant L. J. Kuhn Serving with the Royal Canadian Army Service Corps. 1939-45 Star, Italy Star, Defence Medal 1939-45, Canadian Volunteer Service Medal with Maple Leaf Clasp, 1939-45 War Medal and Canadian Forces Decoration (EIIR) (SGT. L.J.KUHN.) Defence and War are silver issues. Mounted originally on pin for wear.

Code: 50912Price: 180.00 GBP

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India Mutiny Medal 1858. Private Munjoo. 24th Regiment N.I.

India Mutiny Medal 1858. Clasp Central India. (PRIVATE MUNJOO. 24TH REGT. N.I.). Awarded to Private Munjoo who served with the 24th Regiment Native Infantry.

Code: 50943Price: 450.00 GBP

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Army L. S. & G.C. Colour Sergeant Major George Edwards

Awarded to Colour Sergeant Major George Edwards serving with the Royal Artillery. Army Long Service & Good Conduct ( 4960 C:S: MAJ: G: G.EDWARDS. R.A.). Attestation Papers show that CSM George Edwards enlisted into army 5th January 1881. Discharged 30th December 1902 at the ‘The Barracks, Seaforth,’. (with copy attestation papers).

Code: 50939Price: 180.00 GBP

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British War Medal. Private John Thomason. Loyal North Lancs Regt.

A rather interesting single British War Medal to a wounded, missing in action and later reported Prisoner of War recipient. British War Medal (23214. PTE. J. THOMASON. L. N. LAN. R.). Awarded to Private John Thomason serving with the Loyal North Lancashire Regiment. He enlisted into the army on the 27th November 1915 joining the 11th Battalion, Loyal North Lancashire Regiment. He was sent to the French Theatre of Operations on the 24th June 1916. Records report he was wounded and missing in Givenchy and later confirmed as a Prisoner of War whilst with the 1st Battalion. It was later on the 2nd December 1918 Private John Thomason was repatriated. Papers indicate he twice suffered the effects of gas attacks. (with copy MIC, medal roll & service papers.)

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PAIR. Private William F. B. Reed. Northumberland Regiment

British War Medal Victory Medal (34056 PTE. W.F. B. REED. NORTH,N. R.). Awarded to Private William Frederick Brane Reed, serving with the Northumberland Regiment and later the Labour Corps. Records show on Medal Index Card that the British War Medal and Victory Medal was his only medal entitlement. (with copy MIC and medal roll)

Code: 50918Price: 65.00 GBP

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British War Medal. Pte. A. G. Griffin. Notts & Derby Regiment.

Awarded to Private Arthur George Griffin who served with the Notts & Derby Regiment. British War Medal (61123 PTE. A.G.GRIFFIN. NOTTS. & DERBY. R, ) Later serving with the Labour Corps. (with copy MIC & medal roll).

Code: 50909Price: 38.00 GBP

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GROUP OF THREE. Stephen Fisher. M.M., M.F.A.

British War Medal & Victory Medal (S. FISHER. M.M., M.F.A.). Awarded to Stephen Fisher. Mercantile Marine, Mercantile Fleet Auxiliary. All three medals were originally mounted as worn on a bar but remounted as seen. (with copy medal roll).

Code: 50904Price: 70.00 GBP

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1914-15 Star. George Harold Fussell E.R.A.3. Royal Navy.

Awarded to George Harold Fussell Engineering Radio Articificer 3rd Class serving with His Majesties Roayl Navy on Submarines K8 and K1. 1914-15 Star (M.4109. C.H. FUSSELL. E.R.A.3., R.N.). Born 20th September 1890 in Marylebone in London. On his enlistment records show his civilian occupation is recorded as fitter and turner. He enlisted in the Royal navy on the 22nd January 1912. He saw service onboard a number of ships, boats and land bases. During WWI records show that he saw service onboard His Majesties Submarines K8 a British K Class submarine built by Vickers of Barrow in Furness and later with submarine K1 another K Class submarine built in Portsmouth. Covering a period of time from 1917 to late 1918. (with copy service record & medal roll)

Code: 50902Price: 65.00 GBP

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GROUP OF FOUR. Miss Agnes B. J. Scott. British Red Cross.

Awarded to Miss Agnes B.J.Scott serving with the British Red Cross. Defence Medal 1939-45, War Medal 1939-45, Voluntary Medical Services Medal (MISS AGNES B.J.SCOTT.) & Red Cross Proficiency in First Aid Medal, with bars for 1938,1942,1950 and 1954 (A. SCOTT 21873).

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