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Scarce Brigadier George F Charles CBE WW1 WW2 medals RAMC Dentist & ANZACS & RAF

Scarce Brigadier George F Charles CBE WW1 WW2 medals RAMC Dentist & ANZACS & RAF

Scarce Brigadier George F Charles CBE WW1 WW2 medals RAMC Dentist & ANZACS & RAF

Scarce Brigadier George F Charles CBE WW1 WW2 medals RAMC Dentist & ANZACS & RAF

Scarce Brigadier George F Charles CBE WW1 WW2 medals RAMC Dentist & ANZACS & RAF

Scarce Brigadier George F Charles CBE WW1 WW2 medals RAMC Dentist & ANZACS & RAF

Scarce Brigadier George F Charles CBE WW1 WW2 medals RAMC Dentist & ANZACS & RAF

Scarce Brigadier George F Charles CBE WW1 WW2 medals RAMC Dentist & ANZACS & RAF

Scarce Brigadier George F Charles CBE WW1 WW2 medals RAMC Dentist & ANZACS & RAF

Scarce Brigadier George F Charles CBE WW1 WW2 medals RAMC Dentist & ANZACS & RAF

Scarce Brigadier George F Charles CBE WW1 WW2 medals RAMC Dentist & ANZACS & RAF

Scarce Brigadier George F Charles CBE WW1 WW2 medals RAMC Dentist & ANZACS & RAF

Scarce Brigadier George F Charles CBE WW1 WW2 medals RAMC Dentist & ANZACS & RAF

Excellent condition, scarce WW2 & WW1 C. Group awarded to Brigadier George Frederick Charles Assistant Director Dental Services Late Army, ANZACS & Royal Air Force Dental Corps, C. Neck badge, 1914-15 Star (Lt G F Charles), British war & Victory medal (Capt G F Charles), 1939-45 Star, British war & Defence medal 1939-45, coronation medal 1937, some history and copy medal rolls, awards all verified, CBE and WW2 medals unnamed as issued, interesting story for further research, excellent condition, some slight enamel chipping to upper arm of C. E, see pictures for condition. Scarce Brigadier George F Charles CBE WW1 WW2 medals RAMC Dentist & ANZACS & RAF. Very scarce WW1 & 2 Military C. E medal group Brigadier Dental Corps RAMC. London Gazette 14 June 1945. The Original Recommendation states: Colonel Charles has administered the Army Dental Services in Scottish Command for over three years. To his organising ability and wide experience, coupled with energy and enthusiasm, are due the excellent dental arrangements in the Command. During the mobilisation and special training of the large forces for overseas many dental problems arose and were successfully overcome under his supervision. In short, the high standard of dental fitness of all troops in and leaving the Command is undoubtedly due to his zeal and efficiency – attributes which have inspired all his officers and men in their work in the common cause. George Frederick Charles was born in 24th February 1891, Heywood, Lancashire and joined the Army Dental Corps (arm of RAMC) as Temporary Lieutenant in September 1915. He married Dorothy Bailey December 1916, in Builth, Breconshire, mid Wales. He served as a Dental Officer during the Great War on the Western Front , France from 8 October 1915, later serving in the ANZACS 11th Battalion Australian Infantry from 11 July 1918. THE HUNDRED DAYS OFFENSIVE-ANZACS 11TH Battalion-all out war. British Troops advance Around this time, a small group of US soldiers was attached to the 11th Battalion to gain experience. The following month, the battalion captured Gerbedoen Farm before supporting the 10th Battalion’s successful attack on Merris. On 8 August, the Allies launched their own offensive, known as the Hundred Days Offensive, around Amiens. The 11th Battalion did not take part in the opening phase of the offensive, moving to Hamel and establishing themselves in a defensive position around Harbonnieres. On 10 August, the battalion was committed to a strong attack around Lihons; although successful, the attack lasted three days and resulted in heavy casualties, including 58 killed and 140 wounded. On the night of 12/13 August, the 11th was withdrawn to the support line just behind the front. WW1 British Tank Later, they were moved to Vaire and then Cerisy, before supporting the 9th and 12th Battalions around Chuignolles and Proyart on 23 August and then around Chuignes and Cappy two days later, where further losses were experienced. The 11th Battalion’s final attack came against the Hindenburg Outpost Line on 18 September when they launched a three-company attack around Fervaque Farm and Carpeza Copse near Villeret. Despite being severely understrength each company had an average strength of just 76 men they advanced over 3,000 yards (2,700 m) and took over 120 prisoners and large quantities of German equipment, for the loss of 18 men killed. WW1 German and Allied Fighters in dog fight over western front Further casualties came on 24 October when German aircraft attacked the battalion headquarters, killing a number of officers, including Darnell, who was the acting commanding officer. The heavy casualties that the Australians had suffered during the final year of the war, and the decrease in volunteers arriving from Australia, meant that the battalion was desperately understrength. Germans Surrender In October, they were withdrawn from the line for rest and reorganisation, at the insistence of the Australian prime minister, Billy Hughes. At this time, the battalion was reorganised into a two-company structure. In early November, the battalion prepared to return to the front around St. Quentin, but before they could return to the fighting, an armistice came into effect, bringing the war to an end Captain Charles just after end of WW1 transferred to the Royal Air Force Dental Service in 1919. He reverted back to the Army Dental Corps two years later, with whom he held various appointments between the wars. Advanced Colonel on 1 July 1939, he embarked for France as Deputy Director Dental Services with Medical HQ and Staff of the British Expeditionary Force on 10 September 1939. German Panzers advance – ” Blitzkreig”, Summer 1940, France He formed two additional Dental units at Boulogne and Dieppe but these were rapidly overrun by the German attack in the summer of 1940. He retired on 16 August 1946, died in the village of “Battle”, Sussex 1957 aged 66. Auctiva gets you noticed! Track Page Views With. Auctiva’s FREE Counter. The item “Scarce Brigadier George F Charles CBE WW1 WW2 medals RAMC Dentist & ANZACS & RAF” is in sale since Sunday, December 22, 2019. This item is in the category “Collectables\Militaria\World War I (1914-1918)\Other World War I Militaria”. The seller is “theonlineauctionsale” and is located in Leamington Spa. This item can be shipped worldwide.
  • Country/Region of Manufacture: United Kingdom
  • Country/ Organization: Great Britain
  • Issued/ Not-Issued: Issued
  • Type: Medals & Ribbons
  • Conflict: WW I (1914-18) & WW 2 (1939-45)
  • Service: Army
  • Era: 1914-1945

Scarce Ww2 Military Medal MM Group Counter Insurgency Elas

Scarce Ww2 Military Medal MM Group Counter Insurgency Elas

Scarce Ww2 Military Medal MM Group Counter Insurgency Elas

Scarce Ww2 Military Medal MM Group Counter Insurgency Elas

Scarce Ww2 Military Medal MM Group Counter Insurgency Elas

Scarce Ww2 Military Medal MM Group Counter Insurgency Elas

Scarce Ww2 Military Medal MM Group Counter Insurgency Elas

Scarce Ww2 Military Medal MM Group Counter Insurgency Elas

Scarce Ww2 Military Medal MM Group Counter Insurgency Elas

Scarce Ww2 Military Medal MM Group Counter Insurgency Elas

Scarce Ww2 Military Medal MM Group Counter Insurgency Elas

Scarce Ww2 Military Medal MM Group Counter Insurgency Elas

A SCARCE WW2 GREEK COUNTER INSURGENCY OPERATIONS M. GROUP TO A GUNNER RA WHO ACTING AS AN INFANTRYMAN WAS INVOLVED IN THE CHAOTIC AND BRUTAL FIGHTING IN. BETWEEN DECEMBER 1944 AND JANUARY 1945 WHERE SO MANY COMBATANTS AND CIVILIANS LOST THEIR LIVES. 1939-45 STAR; AFRICA STAR. STAR, DEFENCE AND WAR MEDALS. London Gazette 10 May 1945. In recognition of gallant and distinguished services in the field. 64th Light Anti-Aircraft Regiment, Royal Artillery was deployed to. At this time German forces had been defeated in Greece and 64. Regiment had been converted to infantry as the need for anti Aircraft units had been greatly reduced in that theatre of operations. The aim of this was so that units like the 64. Would take over the roles of guarding POWs, policing work etc, freeing up regular Infantry troops. However with the German forces being pushed out of the country, their was a political vacuum, in which Greek partisan, Communist and loyalist forces vied for power, with the British being heavily involved. As such, many of the units that had been deployed as secondary troops, ended up in the middle of a brutal couple of months of fighting. Gunner Hulmes, whos unit was based in. Would have been involved in the heavy fighting against ELAS forces and it was for his gallantry during this time that he was Awarded the Military Medal. Among other fighting, men from the 64. Regiment, along with forces from the Greek Brigade were involved in the defence of Averoff Prison when it was assaulted. From After the Battle magazine. On December 18, at dusk, ELAS scored a major success when they stormed Averoff Prison in the. The jail complex lay outside the British perimeter. ELAS planned the action in order to get their hands on two former collaborationist Prime Ministers, General Georgios Tsolakoglou (April 1941-December 1942) and Ioannis Rallis (April 1943 – October 1944), and others awaiting trial for alleged collaboration or war crimes. The prison, which held some 640 inmates, was guarded by gunners from the 64th Light. RA and about 150 men from the Greek Brigade. While one part of the 1,000 strong attacking force kept the building under a heavy barrage of small-arms fire and grenades, another set the west block of the prison alight. While the flames threatening to engulf the prisoners in their cells, the British commander had no option but to open the cells and order the inmates to rendezvous at a point outside the prison walls. In the chaos and confusion, less than half of the prisoners made it. Many others were slaughtered by the frenzied mob and several of the British soldiers were murdered as well. See the following link for a good brief summary of events in. Hulmes Award is one of some 100 awards for those involved in counter insurgency operations in. In December 1944 and January 1945; 3 of which went to Hulmes unit. During this time 1000s of combatants on both sides were killed and wounded (approximately 1300 British) and it is thought around 20,000 civilians lost their lives. As such, the recommendations for these politically sensitive awards have been closed for 75 years. Therefore it would be hoped these recommendations will be made available in a year or two. An intriguing award for gallantry for operations that have been somewhat swept under the carpet by the British Government. PLEASE NOTE; If you have any questions and require more images please get in touch. SEE MY OTHER AUCTIONS FOR SIMILAR ITEMS. KEYWORDS: MEDAL MEDALS BOER KILLED WOUNDED BRIGADE AWARD CAPTAIN COMMANDER LIEUTENANT OFFICER KILLED WOUNDED 1815 AUSTRALIAN NEW ZEALAND ANZAC AIF GALLANTRY SOMME YPRES GALLIPOLI LIGHT HORSE INFANTRY BATTALION. The item “SCARCE WW2 MILITARY MEDAL MM GROUP COUNTER INSURGENCY ELAS” is in sale since Friday, September 6, 2019. This item is in the category “Collectables\Militaria\World War II (1939-1945)\Medals/ Ribbons”. The seller is “albatrosj1″ and is located in SCOTLAND. This item can be shipped worldwide.

Scarce WW1 Female Woman Medal 1914-15 Star Trio VAD Nurse BCRS & OSJJ Egypt

Scarce WW1 Female Woman Medal 1914-15 Star Trio VAD Nurse BCRS & OSJJ Egypt

Scarce WW1 Female Woman Medal 1914-15 Star Trio VAD Nurse BCRS & OSJJ Egypt

Scarce WW1 Female Woman Medal 1914-15 Star Trio VAD Nurse BCRS & OSJJ Egypt

Scarce WW1 Female Woman Medal 1914-15 Star Trio VAD Nurse BCRS & OSJJ Egypt

Scarce WW1 Female Woman Medal 1914-15 Star Trio VAD Nurse BCRS & OSJJ Egypt

Scarce WW1 Female Woman Medal 1914-15 Star Trio VAD Nurse BCRS & OSJJ Egypt

Scarce WW1 Female Woman Medal 1914-15 Star Trio VAD Nurse BCRS & OSJJ Egypt

All named to A F Harris BRCS & OSJJ. Please note the price is firm. The item “Scarce WW1 Female Woman Medal 1914-15 Star Trio VAD Nurse BCRS & OSJJ Egypt” is in sale since Friday, April 12, 2019. This item is in the category “Collectables\Militaria\World War I (1914-1918)\Medals/ Ribbons”. The seller is “fritzandbrits_dot_com” and is located in St Helens, Merseyside. This item can be shipped worldwide.
  • Type: Medals & Ribbons
  • Country/Region of Manufacture: United Kingdom
  • Conflict: World War I (1914-1918)

Scarce WW1 Military M. M gallantry medal group 134th F. A RAMC Medical corps

Scarce WW1 Military M. M gallantry medal group 134th F. A RAMC Medical corps

Scarce WW1 Military M. M gallantry medal group 134th F. A RAMC Medical corps

Scarce WW1 Military M. M gallantry medal group 134th F. A RAMC Medical corps

Scarce WW1 Military M. M gallantry medal group 134th F. A RAMC Medical corps

Scarce WW1 Military M. M gallantry medal group 134th F. A RAMC Medical corps

Scarce WW1 Military M. M gallantry medal group 134th F. A RAMC Medical corps

A very interesting WW1 Military medal grouping, awarded to a medic in the 134th field ambulance, Royal Army Medical Corps. Charles Henrey Searle was born in Dawlish, 1878 and at a young age moved to Exeter. In 1911 he resided in 29 Stuart Road, Heavitree, Exeter with his wife and three children (two girls and a boy). Searle was a printer machinist for the nespaper”Exeter Flying Post”. Newspaper article: Western times 07/09/1917.’Military Medal for Heavltree Man Mrs. Stuart-road, Heavitree, received a letter yesterday from his commanding officer intimating that her husband, Sergt. Had been awarded the Military Medal for gallant conduct and devotion to duty. What special act was that won for Sergt. Searle this distinction was not stated, either by the O. Or the winner himself in a letter received at the same time, in which the honour was also mentioned. Searle, who was born at Dawlish, came to Exeter an early age. And for 20 years was employed machinist at the office of the late Exeter Flying Post. He left that employment March 1st to join the and three weeks later received his first stripe, the second coming seven weeks later, and the third three months after, while training on Salisbury Plain. Going across the Channel, he reverted corporal, but three months had been restored to his earlier rank, and since being awarded the Military Medal has been made staff-sergeant, an excellent record. Will be interesting recall incident which occurred three months after Sergt. With others, he proceeded a spot where there were many wounded men. One by one his companions collapsed, but Sergt. Searle stuck to his post for nine days and nights Lack rest and sleep then told its tale, and he also collapsed, and a relief party carried himthe last of the original contingentto the rear, where, happily, speedily recovered. Sgt Searle was awarded the M. M for Gallantry, mentioned in the London Gazette on October 17, 1917. Mentioned in the Edinburgh gazette 22 October, 1917. Searle most likely joined the R. C, trained at salisbury plains with a field ambulance and upon travelling overseas to France and Flanders was sent into the 39th division, being drafted into the 134th field ambulance. 134th at this time were suffering heavy casualties as a result of the battle of Messines (June, 1917) and required reinforcements. Shortly after this the 134th field ambulance were present at the battle of Pilckem Ridge and the duration of the third battle of Ypres (Passhendaele, 1917). This would have been around the same time that Searle is mentioned on the letter and subsequently recieving the M. M for gallant conduct and devotion to duty. The event Searle is mentioned in the letter to his wife is a near citation for his M. Searle would have earned the Military medal for gallant conduct at the battle of Passhendaele with the 134th field ambulance. Another member of the 134 F. A recieved a M. M for the battle of Picklem Ridge (Passendaele) for dressing and bringing in wounded. He is gazzeted at the same time as Searle was (Edinburgh Gazette 22October, 1917). A very interesting medal group, the 134th field ambulance aren’t known for recieving a lot of gallantry in France and Flanders. Medals are all correctly impressed. M – 74443 SJT C. SEARLE 134 / F. War and Victory -”74443 A. The medals are Searles full entitlement. Would be worthy of further research. Any questions please feel free to ask. The item “Scarce WW1 Military M. M gallantry medal group 134th F. A RAMC Medical corps” is in sale since Tuesday, February 19, 2019. This item is in the category “Collectables\Militaria\World War I (1914-1918)\Medals/ Ribbons”. The seller is “kennefergu” and is located in Jedburgh, Borders. This item can be shipped worldwide.
  • Issued/ Not-Issued: Issued
  • Service: Army
  • Modified Item: No
  • Type: Medals & Ribbons
  • Country/Region of Manufacture: United Kingdom
  • Country/ Organization: Great Britain
  • Conflict: World War I (1914-1918)

Scarce Original Ww2 / 1957 Issue German Navy Destroyer War Badge Medal Order

Scarce Original Ww2 / 1957 Issue German Navy Destroyer War Badge Medal Order

Scarce Original Ww2 / 1957 Issue German Navy Destroyer War Badge Medal Order

Scarce Original Ww2 / 1957 Issue German Navy Destroyer War Badge Medal Order

Scarce early type WWII / 1957 GERMAN NAVY DESTROYER WAR BADGE (ZERSTOERER-KRIEGSABZEICHEN) , these badges are rare and highly prized by military collector’s worldwide. Made to comply with the new German laws of 1957 Without Banned Nazi Swastika. This type of German Order was re-awarded without the Swastika to those Navy Officers and Sailors who earned this decoration during WW2. The item “SCARCE ORIGINAL WW2 / 1957 ISSUE GERMAN NAVY DESTROYER WAR BADGE MEDAL ORDER” is in sale since Monday, October 30, 2017. This item is in the category “Collectables\Militaria\1939 – 1945 (WWII)”. The seller is “elitemilitaria” and is located in QLD.. This item can be shipped worldwide.
  • Authenticity: Original
  • Country: * GERMANY * DEUTSCHLAND *
  • Product Type: * GERMAN NAVY DESTROYER BADGE *
  • Era: 1950s
  • Campaign: * WORLD WAR II *

Scarce Ww1 British Australia Cbe C. B. E. Commander Order Medal In Case

Scarce Ww1 British Australia Cbe C. B. E. Commander Order Medal In Case

Scarce Ww1 British Australia Cbe C. B. E. Commander Order Medal In Case

Scarce Ww1 British Australia Cbe C. B. E. Commander Order Medal In Case

Scarce Ww1 British Australia Cbe C. B. E. Commander Order Medal In Case

Scarce Ww1 British Australia Cbe C. B. E. Commander Order Medal In Case

Scarce Ww1 British Australia Cbe C. B. E. Commander Order Medal In Case

Scarce Ww1 British Australia Cbe C. B. E. Commander Order Medal In Case

Scarce Ww1 British Australia Cbe C. B. E. Commander Order Medal In Case

Scarce Ww1 British Australia Cbe C. B. E. Commander Order Medal In Case

Extremely scarce WW1 BRITISH & AUSTRALIA ORDER OF CHIVALRY C. COMMANDER ORDER OF THE BRITISH EMPIRE. This stunning British Order was awarded to either British or Commonwealth Citizens for service to the British Crown during WW1. A very scarce Royal Order of Chivalry especially in this fantastic condition. This superior quality BRITISH C. Is made from pure Fine Silver / Gold Plated which has been beautifully finished, with rich Light Blue Enamel work, complete with Commander class neck ribbon. Was made by GARRAD & Co. LONDON it comes in it’s original large fitted Presentation Case. This rare Order is in perfect condition. The item “SCARCE WW1 BRITISH AUSTRALIA CBE C. B. E. COMMANDER ORDER MEDAL IN CASE” is in sale since Tuesday, October 24, 2017. This item is in the category “Collectables\Militaria\1939 – 1945 (WWII)”. The seller is “elitemilitaria” and is located in QLD.. This item can be shipped worldwide.
  • Authenticity: Original
  • Country: Australia
  • Product Type: * BRITISH C.B.E. *
  • Era: 1910s
  • Campaign: * WORLD WAR 1 *

Scarce Ww1 Australian Garrison Artillery Militia Helmet Plate Badge Medal

Scarce Ww1 Australian Garrison Artillery Militia Helmet Plate Badge Medal

Scarce Ww1 Australian Garrison Artillery Militia Helmet Plate Badge Medal

Scarce Ww1 Australian Garrison Artillery Militia Helmet Plate Badge Medal

Scarce original AUSTRALIAN AUSTRALIAN GARRISON ARTILLERY (MILITIA) HELMET PLATE a stunning looking Gold plated badge. Measures 70mm high x 50mm widest point. In extremely fine condition. A must have badge in your Australian military badge collection. AUSTRALIAN GARRISON ARTILLERY (MILITIA) HELMET PLATE. Will make a stunning addition & investment to your collection. The item “SCARCE WW1 AUSTRALIAN GARRISON ARTILLERY MILITIA HELMET PLATE BADGE MEDAL” is in sale since Monday, October 23, 2017. This item is in the category “Collectables\Militaria\1914 – 1918 (WWI)”. The seller is “elitemilitaria” and is located in QLD. This item can be shipped worldwide.
  • Authenticity: Original
  • Country: * AUSTRALIA *
  • Product Type: * HELMET PLATE *
  • Era: 1910s
  • Campaign: * WORLD WAR 1 *

Scarce Ww2 Jewish Auschwitz Holocaust Concentration Death Camp Survivor Medal

Scarce Ww2 Jewish Auschwitz Holocaust Concentration Death Camp Survivor Medal

Scarce Ww2 Jewish Auschwitz Holocaust Concentration Death Camp Survivor Medal

Scarce Ww2 Jewish Auschwitz Holocaust Concentration Death Camp Survivor Medal

Scarce Ww2 Jewish Auschwitz Holocaust Concentration Death Camp Survivor Medal

Scarce Ww2 Jewish Auschwitz Holocaust Concentration Death Camp Survivor Medal

Scarce Ww2 Jewish Auschwitz Holocaust Concentration Death Camp Survivor Medal

Scarce Ww2 Jewish Auschwitz Holocaust Concentration Death Camp Survivor Medal

Scarce Ww2 Jewish Auschwitz Holocaust Concentration Death Camp Survivor Medal

Scarce Ww2 Jewish Auschwitz Holocaust Concentration Death Camp Survivor Medal

WWII AUSCHWITZ CROSS WITH MINIATURE IN CASE. The Krzy Owicimski (AUSCHWITZ CROSS) was instituted on March 14, 1985, primarily a Polish decoration, awarded to honour the inmates of German concentration camps, and not only those interned in Auschwitz (the Polish name of Auschwitz is Owicim). Krzy Owicimski was generally awarded to Poles, but was also awarded to foreigners in very special cases. It could also be awarded posthumously. It ceased to be awarded in 1999. An exception was made in the case of Greta Ferusic, who was awarded the last cross under special circumstances in February 2004. The item “SCARCE WW2 JEWISH AUSCHWITZ HOLOCAUST CONCENTRATION DEATH CAMP SURVIVOR MEDAL” is in sale since Thursday, October 12, 2017. This item is in the category “Collectables\Militaria\1939 – 1945 (WWII)”. The seller is “elitemilitaria” and is located in QLD.. This item can be shipped worldwide.
  • Authenticity: Original
  • Country: * POLAND *
  • Product Type: JEWISH AUSCHWITZ CONCENTRATION CAMP MEDAL IN CASE
  • Campaign: * WORLD WAR II *

Scarce Ww1 Usmc 2nd Division Medal Named

Scarce Ww1 Usmc 2nd Division Medal Named

Scarce Ww1 Usmc 2nd Division Medal Named

Offered is an original WW1 USMC 2nd Division medal named to THOS. Thomas Phillips is listed in the WW1 USMC roster as enlisting on 30 April 1918 and serving in the 76th Company, 6th Marine Regiment in France. The medal retains its original ribbon and brooch. Please feel free to ask any questions. Thank you for looking and good luck! The item “SCARCE WW1 USMC 2ND DIVISION MEDAL NAMED” is in sale since Sunday, September 17, 2017. This item is in the category “Collectibles\Militaria\WW I (1914-18)\Original Period Items\United States\Medals, Pins & Ribbons”. The seller is “katieony” and is located in Schenectady, New York. This item can be shipped to United States.

Scarce WW1 medal group 1st Royal Irish Regiment Mentioned in despatches

Scarce WW1 medal group 1st Royal Irish Regiment Mentioned in despatches

Scarce WW1 medal group 1st Royal Irish Regiment Mentioned in despatches

Scarce WW1 medal group 1st Royal Irish Regiment Mentioned in despatches

Scarce WW1 medal group 1st Royal Irish Regiment Mentioned in despatches

Scarce WW1 medal group 1st Royal Irish Regiment Mentioned in despatches

This is a very interesting WW1 medal group to Pte L S Jeffrey who served at Gallipoli with the 1st battalion Royal Irish regiment and with the regiment was mentioned in despatches”for gallant and distinguished services in the field”. The soldiers are displayed with a turkish star from Gallipoli, I believe the enameled star to be original, just a fairly poor quality example. Private Lewis Jeffrey served with the Transport section of the army service corps before joining the Royal Irish regiment and being mentioned in despatches. I believe his medals will be named to him in the A. C as this was his first regiment he served with. I believe Pte Lewis S Jeffrey was from Glasgow and served in Gallipoli. I also have his brothers medal group for sale on another listing. He was Gallipoli casualty with the Army cyclist corps. His medals are contemporary framed like his brothers and both medal groups have came from the same source. Any questions please feel free to ask. The item “Scarce WW1 medal group 1st Royal Irish Regiment Mentioned in despatches” is in sale since Monday, December 05, 2016. This item is in the category “Collectables\Militaria\World War I (1914-1918)\Medals/ Ribbons”. The seller is “whippet_antiques” and is located in Melrose, Borders. This item can be shipped worldwide.
  • Conflict: World War I (1914-1918)
  • Issued/ Not-Issued: Issued
  • Clothing Type: Rank Slides & Epaulettes
  • Era: 1914-1945
  • Service: Army
  • Type: Medals & Ribbons
  • Country/ Organization: Great Britain
  • Country/Region of Manufacture: United Kingdom