WW1 RAWCLIFFE Y&L & WW2 WRIGHTSON RA / BRAIN W Guards Family Group 11 Medals

WW1 RAWCLIFFE Y&L & WW2 WRIGHTSON RA / BRAIN W Guards Family Group 11 Medals

WW1 RAWCLIFFE Y&L & WW2 WRIGHTSON RA / BRAIN W Guards Family Group 11 Medals. Colours may differ due to any flash used. Please check the postal DATE mark on the package when you get it. Here is a family group of 3 different men and their medals with some associated items. All the men were from the Pickering – Kirkby Moorside area of North Yorkshire. 3 medals which have the edge engraved wording 32688 Pte. 4 / YORK: & LANC REG. And the brass medal has the same edge details as the medal above. A small ribbon badge of the Military Medal. Also a newspaper clipping relating to him when he had been awarded the Military Medal Honour. This clipping is torn. And the official typed out Army Form W. 2 Infantry York November 24th 1919 wording stating his number, name and regiment For Bravery in the Field. Vide supplement to London Gazette dated 23.7.19. And signed by the chap at the bottom. This bit of paper has been folded and is creased and slight holes on the creases. Then there is a small group of Army related books related to Alfred Brain his Army number 2738106 who was in the Welsh Guards. Booklets include SOLDIERS RELEASE BOOK CLASS ” A ” – NATIONAL REGISTRATION IDENTITY CARD which is dated 1946 – 48 with postal address in Pickering – Army Book 64 Soldiers Service Pay Book – Record Book for all arms regular army at home – New Testamant, in here he is down with 8 Coy Welsh Guards – Regular Army Certificate of Service which says he enlisted in Gloucester and another little slip inside where he was transfered from Class A Reserve to Class ” Z ” Reserve to date 11/11/53 on expiration of Section ” B ” Army Reserve. (in the back of this book it says he was awarded the FRANCE & GERMANY STAR & 1939-45 STAR) Most of these booklets are in worn condition, creased and rubbed.. Only the Regular Army hand back red book is in good condition. As well as that there is a small brass and enamel badge for the WELSH GUARDS COMRADES ASSOCIATION. So he has at least 3 WW2 medals. Then there are some photocopies of a photograph with Captain Daley’s Squad Welsh Guards Jan 1942 and A. Then not forgetting the official WW2 medals box which has the name Mr F. WRIGHTSON address is 11 Lidget St Huddersfield. There are 8 WW2 medals in this box… Some will belong to Alfred Brain of the Welsh Guards though as allready mentioned. Medals include DEFENCE MEDAL – 2 x 1939-45 WAR MEDAL – 2 x 1939-45 STAR, ITALY STAR – AFRICA STAR – FRANCE & GERMANY STAR. Other items are associated with this chap Wrightson… Which are Methodist Hymn book Francis Ernest Wrightson with an address at the market place, Kirkby Moorside. Looking at the photographs I would say Ernest Wrightson was in the Royal Artillery. Some are hand written below to say what they are……. Starting with Kirbymoorside tennis – SOU LEY AUG 1940 – a full page photo of an Artillery gun with 5 men with it – LESMAHAGOW 1941 – C TROOP RYDE ISLE OF WIGHT 1941 – EGYPT – CAIRO 1943 – DURBAN 1943 – BAGDAD Douglas Bill Ernest on horses 1942 – SUEZ 1943 – SYRIA 1943 – quite a lot of the Pyramids and that area etc – IRAQ 1942 – HAIFA – JAFFA – Leave BEIRUT…… The ones at the front are real photo’s taken by him. These photos are nearly all 3 and half inch x 2 and half inch. And a large photo of 2 men with a typed letter from the editor of British Textiles a magazine of the period… Dated 1946 to Frank Wrightson, Outfitter, Market Place Kirkbymoorside, York…. Which is a photo of his son. The group are all related as someone has done a small family tree, where they are all connected. See close up pictures for more details and condition. See the photographs which enlarge. Please see close up pictures for more detail. The item(s) are shown next to an English 1 penny which is 20mm dia for scale. 2.5cm = 25mm = 1 inch. Go to OTHER question. Once an item is the in the postal system any delays are out of my cont rol. See the date it was sent. Sent back to me in the condition you received it in. Get Images that Make Supersized Seem Small. Tailor your auctions with Auctiva’s. Track Page Views With. Auctiva’s FREE Counter. The item “WW1 RAWCLIFFE Y&L & WW2 WRIGHTSON RA / BRAIN W Guards Family Group 11 Medals” is in sale since Sunday, December 10, 2017. This item is in the category “Collectables\Militaria\World War I (1914-1918)\Medals/ Ribbons”. The seller is “diggerlee” and is located in SCROLL DOWN FOR LARGER PHOTO’S. This item can be shipped worldwide.

Ww1 Rnas & Raf Pilot Air Force Cross Medal Group Sopwith Seaplane Fighter

Ww1 Rnas & Raf Pilot Air Force Cross Medal Group Sopwith Seaplane Fighter

Ww1 Rnas & Raf Pilot Air Force Cross Medal Group Sopwith Seaplane Fighter

Ww1 Rnas & Raf Pilot Air Force Cross Medal Group Sopwith Seaplane Fighter

Ww1 Rnas & Raf Pilot Air Force Cross Medal Group Sopwith Seaplane Fighter

Ww1 Rnas & Raf Pilot Air Force Cross Medal Group Sopwith Seaplane Fighter

Ww1 Rnas & Raf Pilot Air Force Cross Medal Group Sopwith Seaplane Fighter

Ww1 Rnas & Raf Pilot Air Force Cross Medal Group Sopwith Seaplane Fighter

Ww1 Rnas & Raf Pilot Air Force Cross Medal Group Sopwith Seaplane Fighter

Ww1 Rnas & Raf Pilot Air Force Cross Medal Group Sopwith Seaplane Fighter

Ww1 Rnas & Raf Pilot Air Force Cross Medal Group Sopwith Seaplane Fighter

Ww1 Rnas & Raf Pilot Air Force Cross Medal Group Sopwith Seaplane Fighter

Ww1 Rnas & Raf Pilot Air Force Cross Medal Group Sopwith Seaplane Fighter

A WW1 RNAS/RAF AIR FORCE CROSS GROUP TO A SEAPLANE PILOT WHO FLEW SOPWITH BABYS OFF THE SOUTHERN. DURING ONE PATROL IN 1917, ATTACKING A GERMAN U-BOAT. R E DEAN R. Ronald Eric Dean, a rubber planet, was born 25. September 1893, served O. C 1911-13 and then the Malay States Vol Rifles 1913-14. January 1915 he enlisted into the Royal Naval Air Service as a Petty Officer Mechanic and in April 1915 was posted to serve in the RNAS Armoured Cars branch in. Accepted for flying training in July 1915, he completed his pilot training and was recommended to fly seaplanes. He was posted as a Flight Sub-Lieutenant to RNAS Seaplane Stations Felixstowe on 19. October 1916 and Newlyn 22. At Newlyn Seaplane Station, which was 2 miles from Penzance on the tip of Cornwall, Dean would have been tasked with the arduous and dangerous work of flying anti submarine patrols over the sea with little chance of survival if their was a problem with his aircraft. As he was flying Sopwith Baby single seat fighters, it must have been lonely work also. Promoted Flight Lieutenant from April 1917, on August 16. 1917, flying Baby N1023, Lieutenant Dean had a rare U Boat contact off Lands End and dived to attack. According to his records. Dropped 65Lb bomb on submerged submarine. Explosion viewed in the water, after which pilot waited in the vicinity for over half an hour but the submarine was not sighted again. He had suffered effects from Malaria, presumably infected whilst in. But the main reason for his grounding seems to have been due to the prolonged periods he had served at high altitudes on anti submarine patrols. At Westgate, on the South East tip of England, Dean again would have again served primarily on reconnaissance and anti submarine patrols, though the proximity to the Belgium coast meant that patrols from this station were often intercepted by German seaplanes from Zeebrugge. April 1918 was again sent to Haslar hospital for treatment with a recommendation dated a month later that he was fit for flying but not at high altitudes and not in the North for 4 weeks. May 1918, Dean was attached to No4 Group, serving on the Staff of the Vice admiral Northern Patrol and directed to be instructed in flying Large Americas (Curtis Flying Boats). No further details are known of Deans service but he seems to have stayed in service beyond the end of WW1 as the RAF List for 1922 notes he was serving as a Flying Officer on the seaplane carrier HMS Pegasus. Therefore his full service from April 1918 in the RAF will be with the RAF records Office. Dean was Gazetted to be Awarded the Air Force Cross on the 1st January 1919. Only 678 of which were awarded for the First World War. Initially Dean seems to have flown Short 184 seaplanes but by at least April 1917 was flying single seater Sopwith Babys. Notes in his service papers say he was training to flying large. S at some point after May 1918. A very good AFC with all RNAS named medals. Includes copies of enlistment/RNAS service papers, Operations Report, copies of Gazettes, RN Aircraft Serials (detailing activity in all RN Aircraft), RAF Lists etc but as mentioned above, really needs some in depth research for service post April 1918, which may well give an idea of why he was awarded the AFC. Condition NEF Ex DNW 2000. PLEASE NOTE; If you have any questions and require more images please get in touch. SEE MY OTHER AUCTIONS FOR SIMILAR ITEMS. The item “WW1 RNAS & RAF PILOT AIR FORCE CROSS MEDAL GROUP SOPWITH SEAPLANE FIGHTER” is in sale since Friday, July 20, 2018. This item is in the category “Collectables\Militaria\World War I (1914-1918)\Medals/ Ribbons”. The seller is “albatrosj1″ and is located in SCOTLAND. This item can be shipped worldwide.

WW2 British MI6 Secret Service Agent Original Frank Foley Medals & Orderd Set

WW2 British MI6 Secret Service Agent Original Frank Foley Medals & Orderd Set

WW2 British MI6 Secret Service Agent Original Frank Foley Medals & Orderd Set

WW2 British MI6 Secret Service Agent Original Frank Foley Medals & Orderd Set

WW2 British MI6 Secret Service Agent Original Frank Foley Medals & Orderd Set

WW2 British MI6 Secret Service Agent Original Frank Foley Medals & Orderd Set

WW2 British MI6 Secret Service Agent Original Frank Foley Medals & Orderd Set

WW2 British MI6 Secret Service Agent Original Frank Foley Medals & Orderd Set

WW2 British MI6 Secret Service Agent Original Frank Foley Medals & Orderd Set

WW2 British MI6 Secret Service Agent Original Frank Foley Medals & Orderd Set

WW2 British MI6 Secret Service Agent Original Frank Foley Medals & Orderd Set

WW2 British MI6 Secret Service Agent Original Frank Foley Medals & Orderd Set

WW2 British MI6 Secret Service Agent Original Frank Foley Medals & Orderd Set

This is a once in a lifetime. For someone to own a really historically important medal / award set! These were originally awarded to Frank Foley, known as the “British Schindler” there are several books and documentaries about the amazing life of Frank Foley, there is talk that there is going to be a movie about his life. Originally acquired by the Forman Archives directly off Frank Foleys wife (Katherine Foley) Mr Foley’s full sized medals were handed over to the UK government by one of his distant relatives, so these original miniatures are all that remains. Frank Foley interrogated Rudolf Hess after he crash landed in Scotland and also monitored him pre WW2. In the frame there is an original photograph of Rudolf Hess, taken by Frank. On the reverse it states “Hess Rudolf Hess snapped at Hohenschwangau (facing camera)” Alongside the photograph is an original letter sent to Mr Foreman and signed by Katherine Foley. Yesterday (27th) I dispatched to you under registered post the miniature orders and medals of my late husbands. As these are original I should be grateful if you will return them to me after having copies made. As you will understand they are very valuable to us. Please note: bottom part of the letter is a copy of the reverse side of the above letter. So if the next owner decides to take the letter out, the opposite side has the last bit of text and Katherine Foley’s signature. Information regarding full sized orders and medals from an online CBC news article. By all accounts, Frank Foley wasn’t one to broadcast his accomplishments. So perhaps it’s fitting that the awards he was given for his service as a British spy have been lying low for decades. A fluent German speaker, Frank Foley was assigned to gather information about what was happening in Germany a job which became especially crucial after the Nazis took power in 1933. But he also helped Jews flee the country, and that’s the story his family in Ottawa hopes to spread by donating his medals to the U. Exploited passport officer job to help Jews. Michael Foley grew up with the medals from his dad’s great-uncle in the house, but knew few details of Frank Foley’s accomplishments as an agent posted to Britain’s embassy in Berlin in the 1930s. The cover for Frank Foley’s clandestine activities in Germany was his day job as a passport control officer, issuing visas for people wishing to leave Germany for Britain or its empire. He exploited his position to get visas for Jews, sparing more than 10,000 from death at the hands of the Nazis, according to a 1999 book by journalist Michael Smith. He also helped forge passports and even hid people in his own home, according to the BBC. However, because many of the people he helped would not have known about his role in their escape, Foley’s achievements never became common knowledge. Honoured by Yad Vashem. Foley’s work to save Jews wasn’t directed by head office but was his own initiative, said historian Mark Seaman, also speaking on. Ottawa Morning last week. More than four decades after his death in 1958, Foley was given the honour of Righteous Among the Nations by Yad Vashem, Israel’s national authority for Holocaust remembrance. When the Second World War started and Foley left Germany, Foley left behind “a thick wad of already approved visas with instructions that they should be distributed to those fleeing the Nazi terror, ” Yad Vashem’s testimonial notes. The authority also notes Foley didn’t have diplomatic immunity in Berlin, and if the Nazis discovered what he was doing, he would have suffered a much worse fate than being persona non grata. Foley was also honoured in 2004 with a plaque outside the British embassy in Berlin. Medals were going to be kept in the family. Michael Foley said he had previously intended to keep the medals in the family, passing them down to his own sons. That changed after the family was contacted by the British High Commission in Canada, which asked to see the medals and other artifacts such as the Yad Vashem certificate and some photos. Now both the Foley family and Seaman are looking forward to more public servants learning Foley’s story through those artifacts. Frank Foley had two families. He had the Foleys and he had the secret intelligence service, Seaman said. One hopes that maybe his medals are going to be an inspiration to those new officers, for future generations to follow his values. The story should inspire those outside the service as well, Seaman said. “This is one of the biggest parts of my work, is to make people put [fictional spies like] George Smiley and James Bond to one side and pay due credit to this truly great man, ” Seaman said. Foley’s intelligence work was also exemplary, Seaman said, which is why he was chosen to interrogate Adolf Hitler’s deputy Rudolf Hess when he turned up in the U. “Sad to say that [Hess] was so befuddled they didn’t get an awful lot out of him, ” Seaman said. Not even Frank Foley managed it. Major Francis Edward Foley CMG 24 November 1. 884, Highbridge, Somerset 8 May 1958, Stourbridge, Worcestershire was a British Secret Intelligence Service officer. As a passport control officer for the British embassy in Berlin, Foley “bent the rules” and helped thousands of Jewish families escape from Nazi Germany after Kristallnacht and before the outbreak of the Second World War. He is officially recognised as a British Hero of the Holocaust. In 1939 and 1940 he was a passport control officer in Norway until the Germans invaded at which time he was attached to C-in-C Norwegian Forces in the Field, for which services he received the Norwegian Knight’s Cross of the Order of St. On 1 January 1941 he was awarded Companion of the Order of St. George (CMG) as a Captain in respect of services to the Foreign Office. In 1941, he was given the task of questioning Hitler’s Deputy Rudolf Hess, after Hess’s flight to Scotland. After Hess was hospitalized in 1942, Foley helped coordinate MI5 and MI6 in running a network of double agents called the Double Cross System. In 1949 Foley retired to Stourbridge, Worcestershire, and died there in 1958 he is buried in Stourbridge Cemetery. His widow Katharine Eva Foley died on 17 April 1979 at her home in Sidmouth, Devon. There is plenty more information regarding Frank Foley on the internet. Frame measurements: 575 x 400mm. NOTE: Frank Foley photograph in the frame is a copy. Would be a superb addition to ANY collection. See my other militaria currently for sale and I add more on a regular basis. The item “WW2 British MI6 Secret Service Agent Original Frank Foley Medals & Orderd Set” is in sale since Tuesday, May 15, 2018. This item is in the category “Collectables\Militaria\World War II (1939-1945)\Medals/ Ribbons”. The seller is “backintday” and is located in Wigton. This item can be shipped to United Kingdom, Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Croatia, Cyprus, Czech republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Ireland, Italy, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Netherlands, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, Australia, Brazil, Japan, Israel, Hong Kong, Norway, Indonesia, Mexico, Singapore, South Korea, Switzerland, Taiwan, Thailand, Saudi arabia, South africa, United arab emirates, Ukraine, United States, New Zealand, China.
  • Featured Refinements: Medal Group
  • Country/Region of Manufacture: United Kingdom
  • Country/ Organization: Great Britain
  • Issued/ Not-Issued: Issued
  • Type: Medals & Ribbons
  • Conflict: World War II (1939-1945)
  • Service: Special Forces
  • Era: 1914-1945

Book Review World War Two German Medals And Political Awards C Ailsby

WW1 RFC Medals RFC Pilot KIA by Werner Voss Blue Max German Air Ace Very Rare

WW1 RFC Medals RFC Pilot KIA by Werner Voss Blue Max German Air Ace Very Rare

WW1 RFC Medals RFC Pilot KIA by Werner Voss Blue Max German Air Ace Very Rare

WW1 RFC Medals RFC Pilot KIA by Werner Voss Blue Max German Air Ace Very Rare

WW1 RFC Medals RFC Pilot KIA by Werner Voss Blue Max German Air Ace Very Rare

WW1 RFC Medals RFC Pilot KIA by Werner Voss Blue Max German Air Ace Very Rare

WW1 RFC Medals RFC Pilot KIA by Werner Voss Blue Max German Air Ace Very Rare

WW1 RFC Medals RFC Pilot KIA by Werner Voss Blue Max German Air Ace Very Rare

WW1 RFC Medals RFC Pilot KIA by Werner Voss Blue Max German Air Ace Very Rare

WW1 RFC Medals RFC Pilot KIA by Werner Voss Blue Max German Air Ace Very Rare

WW1 RFC Medals RFC Pilot KIA by Werner Voss Blue Max German Air Ace Very Rare

WW1 RFC Medals RFC Pilot KIA by Werner Voss Blue Max German Air Ace Very Rare

WW1 RFC Medals RFC Pilot KIA by Werner Voss Blue Max German Air Ace Very Rare

Extremely RARE MEDALS & come complete with documentation. By Werner Voss. Iron Cross 1st & 2nd Class. S 2nd High Commanding Officer of Jasta 5. His 29th of 48 Victories. WW1 – Germanys 4th Highest Air Ace. British War Medal & Victory Medal pair (correctly named) to. (PILOT with 18 Squadron). 23rd May 1917 at 1425 hours. 2/Lt Wilfred Ferguson MacDonald was born in Ottawa in 1894. He was the son of Donald N. MacDonald and Jennie Ferguson of MISTATIM. Club Aviators’ Certificate No. AM437 on 18th March 1916. He continued pilot training and joined 18 Squadron in. He claimed one enemy aircraft shot down and out of control. (Copy Combat reports included). He was only 22 and is buried along side his Gunner-Observer Lt. Frank Charles Shackell in the Red Cross Corner Cemetery, Beugny, France. Medals: correctly named to 2. Included with the medals. A Original named medal boxes and a single sleeve. B Original Illuminated Memorial Scroll (ring binder holes on left). C Copy of Memorial Scroll. D Copy of RFC Flying Report of loss of Pilot & Observer. E Photo of Grave. F Combats in the air reports. G Copy of War Office loss notification. H Original medal issue letter. I Photo as a child. J Photo of WW1 Girlfriend – Miss A Kitchen from USA. K Various letters, paper and copy research. L Selection of copy photos of Werner Voss. A Superb RFC pair of great historical importance and rarity! These Voss casualties are Extremely Rare and this is complete with all supporting documentation. The item “WW1 RFC Medals RFC Pilot KIA by Werner Voss Blue Max German Air Ace Very Rare” is in sale since Tuesday, July 17, 2018. This item is in the category “Collectables\Militaria\World War I (1914-1918)\Other World War I Militaria”. The seller is “jdg789″ and is located in Norwich. This item can be shipped worldwide.
  • Type: Medals & Ribbons
  • Conflict: World War I (1914-1918)
  • Service: Royal Flying Corps
  • Era: 1914-1945

Ww11 Nzraf Medal Group Atlantic Star, France And Germany Clasp, Wings And Photo

Ww11 Nzraf Medal Group Atlantic Star, France And Germany Clasp, Wings And Photo

Ww11 Nzraf Medal Group Atlantic Star, France And Germany Clasp, Wings And Photo

Ww11 Nzraf Medal Group Atlantic Star, France And Germany Clasp, Wings And Photo

Ww11 Nzraf Medal Group Atlantic Star, France And Germany Clasp, Wings And Photo

Ww11 Nzraf Medal Group Atlantic Star, France And Germany Clasp, Wings And Photo

Ww11 Nzraf Medal Group Atlantic Star, France And Germany Clasp, Wings And Photo

Ww11 Nzraf Medal Group Atlantic Star, France And Germany Clasp, Wings And Photo

Ww11 Nzraf Medal Group Atlantic Star, France And Germany Clasp, Wings And Photo

Ww11 Nzraf Medal Group Atlantic Star, France And Germany Clasp, Wings And Photo

Ww11 Nzraf Medal Group Atlantic Star, France And Germany Clasp, Wings And Photo

WW11 NEW ZEALAND MEDAL GROUP CONSISTING OF 1939-45 STAR, ATLANTIC STAR WITH FRANCE AND GERMANY CLASP, DEFENCE MEDAL, BRITISH WAR MEDAL AND NEW ZEALAND SERVICE MEDAL. ALL MEDALS AND CLASP ORIGINAL UNNAMED AS ISSUED. SEE PHOTOS FOR DETAILS. The item “WW11 NZRAF MEDAL GROUP ATLANTIC STAR, FRANCE AND GERMANY CLASP, WINGS AND PHOTO” is in sale since Sunday, July 15, 2018. This item is in the category “Collectables\Militaria\1939 – 1945 (WWII)”. The seller is “specklehead1″ and is located in Pinjarra, WA. This item can be shipped worldwide.
  • Product Type: Photographs
  • Era: 1940s
  • Country: New Zealand
  • Authenticity: Original

German golden anti partisan badge WW II rare medal original valuable antique

German golden anti partisan badge WW II rare medal original valuable antique

German golden anti partisan badge WW II rare medal original valuable antique

German golden anti partisan badge WW II rare medal original valuable antique

German golden anti partisan badge WW II rare medal original valuable antique

German golden anti partisan badge WW II rare medal original valuable antique

German golden anti partisan badge WW II rare medal original valuable antique

German golden anti partisan badge WW II rare medal original valuable antique

German golden anti partisan badge WW II rare medal original valuable antique

German golden anti partisan badge WW II rare medal original valuable antique

German golden anti partisan badge WW II rare medal original valuable antique

German golden anti partisan badge WW II rare medal original valuable antique

German golden anti partisan badge WW II rare medal original valuable antique

WW II medal rare. Golden anti partisan badge WW II rare for collector of German medals!! Made more good photos in this discription too. Rare antique medal in good condition. Here are more photos in this discription. TRIXUM: Mobil-optimierte Auktionsvorlagen und Bilder-Hosting. The item “German golden anti partisan badge WW II rare medal original valuable antique” is in sale since Monday, July 16, 2018. This item is in the category “Collectibles\Militaria\WW I (1914-18)\Original Period Items\Germany\Medals, Pins & Ribbons”. The seller is “history1901″ and is located in Dorsten. This item can be shipped worldwide.

Original WW1 Ottoman Turkish Gallipoli Star Medal Full Size B. B. & Co

Original WW1 Ottoman Turkish Gallipoli Star Medal Full Size B. B. & Co

Original WW1 Ottoman Turkish Gallipoli Star Medal Full Size B. B. & Co

Original WW1 Ottoman Turkish Gallipoli Star Medal Full Size B. B. & Co

Original enamel and nickel-plated brass full size Turkish Ottoman GALLIPOLI STAR medal, – maker marked B. Piece of original ribbon attached good uncleaned condition, some tarnishing approx. The WW1 Turkish Halbmond Cross (Gallipoli Star) was awarded to German soldiers who served with the Turks during World War 1. Created in 1915 and awarded for Military Merit – an entry level gallantry medal. The item “Original WW1 Ottoman Turkish Gallipoli Star Medal Full Size B. B. & Co” is in sale since Sunday, July 15, 2018. This item is in the category “Collectables\Militaria\World War I (1914-1918)\Medals/ Ribbons”. The seller is “ukgold100″ and is located in Midlands. This item can be shipped worldwide.
  • Country/ Organization: Turkey
  • Issued/ Not-Issued: Issued
  • Type: Medals & Ribbons
  • Conflict: World War I (1914-1918)
  • Service: Army
  • Era: 1914-1945

MEDAL GROUP NINE MEDALS. BLACK WATCH REGt. WW. 2 & KENYA, KOREAN WAR & UN MEDAL

MEDAL GROUP NINE MEDALS. BLACK WATCH REGt. WW. 2 & KENYA, KOREAN WAR & UN MEDAL

MEDAL GROUP NINE MEDALS. BLACK WATCH REGt. WW. 2 & KENYA, KOREAN WAR & UN MEDAL

MEDAL GROUP NINE MEDALS. BLACK WATCH REGt. WW. 2 & KENYA, KOREAN WAR & UN MEDAL

MEDAL GROUP NINE MEDALS. BLACK WATCH REGt. WW. 2 & KENYA, KOREAN WAR & UN MEDAL

MEDAL GROUP NINE MEDALS. BLACK WATCH REGt. WW. 2 & KENYA, KOREAN WAR & UN MEDAL

MEDAL GROUP NINE MEDALS. BLACK WATCH REGt. WW. 2 & KENYA, KOREAN WAR & UN MEDAL

MEDAL GROUP NINE MEDALS. BLACK WATCH REGt. WW. 2 & KENYA, KOREAN WAR & UN MEDAL

MEDAL GROUP NINE MEDALS. BLACK WATCH REGt. WW. 2 & KENYA, KOREAN WAR & UN MEDAL

MEDAL GROUP NINE MEDALS. BLACK WATCH REGt. WW. 2 & KENYA, KOREAN WAR & UN MEDAL

MEDAL GROUP NINE MEDALS. BLACK WATCH REGt. WW. 2 & KENYA, KOREAN WAR & UN MEDAL

MEDAL GROUP NINE MEDALS. BLACK WATCH REGt. WW. 2 & KENYA, KOREAN WAR & UN MEDAL

MEDAL GROUP NINE MEDALS. BLACK WATCH REGt. WW. 2 & KENYA, KOREAN WAR & UN MEDAL

WAR II GROUP OF NINE MEDALS 39 STAR, AFRICA STAR WITH 8th ARMY BAR, ITALY STAR, FRANCE & GERMANY STAR, WAR MEDAL, DEFENCE MEDAL, AFRICA GSM BAR KENYA BAR, QUEENS KOREA MEDAL AND UNITED NATIONS KOREA MEDAL. MEDALS TO THE BLACK WATCH FOR KOREA ARE EAGERLY SOUGHT AFTER AS YOU RARELY SEE THEM FOR SALE PLUS IT IS ONE OF THE PREMIER SCOTTISH REGIMENTS OVERALL. THESE MEDALS ARE NAMED TO. THERE IS ALSO THE ORIGINAL SOLDIERS CERTIFICATE OF SERVICE BOOK SHOWING HIS ENTITLEMENT TO THE W. 2 MEDALS AND OTHERS. THE 8th ARMY BAR CAME LOOSE FROM THE MEDALS AND IT IS HERE AND I WILL ADD IT TO THE PICTURE SOON AS I FIND IT. THESE ARTEFACTS ARE ALL FROM A SMALL COLLECTION FORMED IN THE 1980′S AND HAVE BEEN FOUND IN BRITAIN IF THEY HAVE PROVENANCE I WILL INCLUDE IT IN THE LISTING. ALL THESE ITEMS ARE GUARANTEED TO BE GENUINE AND FROM THE PERIOD IN HISTORY. The item “MEDAL GROUP NINE MEDALS. BLACK WATCH REGt. WW. 2 & KENYA, KOREAN WAR & UN MEDAL” is in sale since Monday, July 16, 2018. This item is in the category “Collectables\Militaria\World War II (1939-1945)\Medals/ Ribbons”. The seller is “wiglaf2008″ and is located in preston, Lancashire. This item can be shipped worldwide.

WW2 PURPLE HEART Medal & Case (Authentic) Government issued and many other items

WW2 PURPLE HEART Medal & Case (Authentic) Government issued and many other items

WW2 PURPLE HEART Medal & Case (Authentic) Government issued and many other items

WW2 PURPLE HEART Medal & Case (Authentic) Government issued and many other items

WW2 PURPLE HEART Medal & Case (Authentic) Government issued and many other items

WW2 PURPLE HEART Medal & Case (Authentic) Government issued and many other items

WW2 PURPLE HEART Medal & Case (Authentic) Government issued and many other items

WW2 PURPLE HEART Medal & Case (Authentic) Government issued and many other items

WW2 PURPLE HEART Medal & Case (Authentic) Government issued and many other items

WW2 PURPLE HEART Medal & Case (Authentic) Government issued and many other items

I have many items for sale in this lot. The most important is the Authentic Purple Heart Medal with original case. Also included is the following. Letter notifying of Mrs, Edith Serafy of her being seriously wounded in France on July 29th, 1944. Shrapnel taken out of Pvt Edmund D McIntosh’s body. Watch worn during the war from Edmund. Purple Heart Label Pin. 17 pins and buttons. Description of Pvt Edmond D McIntosh service in the army. Not included in pictures advertised a small picture of Pvt Edmund D McIntosh later in life. Any questions, please let me know. The item “WW2 PURPLE HEART Medal & Case (Authentic) Government issued and many other items” is in sale since Sunday, July 15, 2018. This item is in the category “Collectibles\Militaria\WW II (1939-45)\Original Period Items\United States\Medals & Ribbons”. The seller is “internationalantiques77″ and is located in Okotoks, Alberta. This item can be shipped worldwide.
  • Country/Region of Manufacture: United States