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First World War. Four brother’s family group medals and Memorial Plaques

First World War. Four brother's family group medals and Memorial Plaques

First World War. Four brother's family group medals and Memorial Plaques

First World War. Four brother's family group medals and Memorial Plaques

First World War. Four brother's family group medals and Memorial Plaques

First World War. Four brother's family group medals and Memorial Plaques

First World War. Four brother's family group medals and Memorial Plaques

First World War. Four brother's family group medals and Memorial Plaques

First World War. Four brother's family group medals and Memorial Plaques

First World War. Four brother's family group medals and Memorial Plaques

First World War. Four brother's family group medals and Memorial Plaques

First World War. Four brother's family group medals and Memorial Plaques

First World War. Four brother's family group medals and Memorial Plaques

Four brother’s family group medals and Memorial Plaques. A remarkable and extremely rare (probably unique being retained together) set of family medals. Come with supporting research material (1911 census record printout, CWGC printouts and extracts from the battalion war diaries of 1st/6th Nottinghamshire and Derbyshire Regiment and the 1st Lancashire Regiment). 2599 Lance Corporal Philip Murphy, 6th Nottinghamshire and Derbyshire Regiment (Sherwood Foresters). NOTE: 6th Battalion, Sherwood Foresters, was a volunteer unit of Britain’s Territorial Army. (First raised as The High Peak Rifles, in the High Peak area of Derbyshire in 1860), it fought as infantry on the Western Front during World War I. Attached as 43090 Lance Corporal to 1st Battalion, Lincolnshire Regiment. Died of wounds in France 26th September 1916. At Flers-Courcelette or Morval. In 1916 1st Lincolnshire Regt were involved at. The Battle of Albert (Somme 1st-13th July). The Battle of Bazentin Ridge (Somme 14th July-17th July). The Battle of FlersCourcelette. The Battle of Morval (25th-28thSept). Born Lea, Kent, enlisted Whaley Bridge. (Census 1911 records birthplace as Lee, London). Buried in GROVE TOWN CEMETERY, MEAULTE, Somme, France. In September 1916, the 34th and 2/2nd London Casualty Clearing Stations were established at this point, known to the troops as Grove Town, to deal with casualties from the Somme battlefields. 2052 Private Walter Francis Joseph Murphy, 1st/6th Nottinghamshire and Derbyshire Regiment (The Sherwood Foresters). Died of wounds aged 20 in France 3rd July 1916. These were received on the first day of the Somme offensive Battle of Albert when the 1/6th was part of the 46th Division which was ordered to attack the north side of the Gommecourt salient, on the northern flank of the Somme battlefield. On 1 July, 1/6th Bn of the Notts and Derbyshire Regt. Was in support behind the attacking battalions of 139th Bde. A and B Companies took up positions in the British 1st Support Line, with the battalion bombers and four brigade machine gun teams between them, and C and D Companies were in the 3rd Support Line with the runners and signallers between them. Because of the mud, they were late getting into position and were very tired by the time they arrived, carrying large quantities of equipment and ammunition. When the battalion attempted to move up after Zero hour (07.30), it found that the way was blocked by the carrying parties and last waves of the battalions in front, which had not been able to leave the British front line trench before the smokescreen cleared. Although their first waves had crossed No man’s land and got into the German front line, the ground behind them was now being swept by artillery and machine gun fire, and positions re-occupied by Germans coming out of deep dugouts that should have been dealt with by the later waves. It was not until 08.45 that A and B Companies of the 1/6th Bn attempted to cross No man’s land, and they were immediately stopped by very heavy casualties. The Commanding Officer, Lt-Col Goodman, called off his battalion’s attack. There was an attempt to restart the attack at 15.30, but the smoke barrage was inadequate and it was cancelled. The left-hand platoon did not receive the cancellation order in time, went’over the top’ and was cut down. The battalion lost 41 men killed or died of wounds received on 1 July 1916. Born at Lee, London – according to CWGC. Buried in WARLINCOURT HALTE BRITISH CEMETERY, SAULTY, Pas de Calais, France. The site of the cemetery was chosen in May 1916. It was used from June 1916 to May 1917 by the 20th and 43rd Casualty Clearing Stations. 13249 Lance Corporal Cyril Hubert Murphy, 14th Battalion, Duke of Cambridge’s Own (Middlesex Regiment). Nickname The Die Hards. Died in United Kingdom 17th November 1915. Buried in SHOREHAM-BY-SEA CEMETERY, Sussex. 14th (Reserve) Battalion Oct 1914 Formed at Gravesend as a service Battalion in the Fourth New Army (K4), and joined the 93rd Brigade of the original 31st Division. Jan 1915 Moved to Halling, Kent. 10.04.1915 Renamed the 2nd Reserve Battalion and the 5th Reserve Brigade. May 1915 Moved to Colchester, Essex. Oct 1915 Moved to Shoreham, Kent. 01.09.1916 Renamed the 24th Training Reserve Battalion in the 5th Reserve Brigade at Shoreham. The above names are all on the WHALEY BRIDGE War Memorial, Derbyshire. 31715 Guardsman Gerald J Murphy Grenadier Guards. Rave showing religion as Roman Catholic. Grenadier badge and tunic buttons also mounted. Provenance: Anderson Garland, Newcastle. Framed dimension: 80cms x 42cms Weight: 3.6kgs. Condition: Superbly presented and framed. If anything shows the stupidity of war this must be it. The item “First World War. Four brother’s family group medals and Memorial Plaques” is in sale since Tuesday, March 3, 2020. This item is in the category “Collectables\Militaria\World War I (1914-1918)\Medals/ Ribbons”. The seller is “nigel315″ and is located in St Boswells, Melrose, Borders. This item can be shipped worldwide.

British WW1 Medal Trio British Red Cross Medals & Ephemera + Badges Same Family

British WW1 Medal Trio British Red Cross Medals & Ephemera + Badges Same Family

British WW1 Medal Trio British Red Cross Medals & Ephemera + Badges Same Family

British WW1 Medal Trio British Red Cross Medals & Ephemera + Badges Same Family

British WW1 Medal Trio British Red Cross Medals & Ephemera + Badges Same Family

British WW1 Medal Trio British Red Cross Medals & Ephemera + Badges Same Family

British WW1 Medal Trio British Red Cross Medals & Ephemera + Badges Same Family

British WW1 Medal Trio British Red Cross Medals & Ephemera + Badges Same Family

British WW1 Medal Trio British Red Cross Medals & Ephemera + Badges Same Family

British WW1 Medal Trio British Red Cross Medals & Ephemera + Badges Same Family

British WW1 Medal Trio British Red Cross Medals & Ephemera + Badges Same Family

British WW1 Medal Trio British Red Cross Medals & Ephemera + Badges Same Family

BUYERS & SELLERS OF. JEWELLERY / MILITARIA & COLLECTABLES. THIS LISTING IS FOR…. WW1 medal trio , British Red Cross medals, badges & ephemera all belonging to the same family. The WW1 medal trio (War-Victory & 1914-15 star) were all issued to 77435 GNR J. There is a large collection of Red Cross ephemera & medals all belonging to Beryl Hingley. I’m assuming Beryl was J. Hingley’s wife / Sister? The main picture shows 4 Red Cross certificates but actually there are 6 , this is shown in the last photograph. 4 are dated between 1942 – 1948 and 2 are undated but they were all issued to Beryl Hingley. There is also a large undated photograph of nurses in Red Cross uniforms , It’s more than likely that Beryl is amongst them somewhere but i don’t know which one she is. There are also 2 members hospital attendance registers both have Beryl’s name on them. The one booklet doesn’t have any entries in it but the other has a couple of pages full of entries dating 1943-44. Along with the paperwork are 4 red Cross medals all issued to Beryl Hingley. Also included is a St Johns ambulance medal issued to John Hingley possibly J. A boxed 10 year Long Service medal & paperwork (National Fire Brigade Association) issued to John Hingley. A British Legion badge & Comrades of the Great War badge. Plus a cameo with 2 pictures of J. Hingley One in uniform the other in normal clothes. All the above is in good condition for it’s age , the one medal in trio does have visible tarnishing. Please study the photographs carefully as they will give you a better idea of condition. Sometimes I may replace a visibly worn or broken strap. Before being listed, each watch will be tested for time keeping over a 24 hour period. Because of the lack of service history with a lot of the watches i sell NO GUARANTEES are given or implied to the time keeping after a 24 hour period unless otherwise stated. Please bare in mind the majority of the watches i sell are PRE-OWNED & VINTAGE so they will show varying degrees of age & wear. PLEASE STUDY ALL THE PHOTOGRAPHS CAREFULLY AS THEY MAKE UP A VITAL PART OF THE DESCRIPTION. All items are described to the best of my ability. Please get intouch before leaving feedback as i will do my best to rectify any problem. The item “British WW1 Medal Trio British Red Cross Medals & Ephemera + Badges Same Family” is in sale since Monday, April 13, 2020. This item is in the category “Collectables\Militaria\World War I (1914-1918)\Medals/ Ribbons”. The seller is “mad-albert-the-2nd” and is located in sedgley, West Midlands. This item can be shipped worldwide.
  • Era: 1914-1945

Emotive Family First World War WW1 Casualty and Prisoner of War Group Medals

Emotive Family First World War WW1 Casualty and Prisoner of War Group Medals

Emotive Family First World War WW1 Casualty and Prisoner of War Group Medals

Emotive Family First World War WW1 Casualty and Prisoner of War Group Medals

Emotive Family First World War WW1 Casualty and Prisoner of War Group Medals

Emotive Family First World War WW1 Casualty and Prisoner of War Group Medals

Emotive Family First World War WW1 Casualty and Prisoner of War Group Medals

Emotive Family First World War WW1 Casualty and Prisoner of War Group Medals

Emotive Family First World War WW1 Casualty and Prisoner of War Group Medals

Emotive Family First World War WW1 Casualty and Prisoner of War Group Medals

Emotive Family First World War WW1 Casualty and Prisoner of War Group Medals

Emotive Family First World War WW1 Casualty and Prisoner of War Group Medals

Emotive Family First World War WW1 Casualty and Prisoner of War Group Medals

Emotive Family First World War WW1 Casualty and Prisoner of War Group Medals. This very interesting group comprises of a First World War Pair named to 40970 PTE. Along with the medals is a brass Trench Art matchbox cover named J. Feeney on the top and 143 P. On the side of it, (presumably the Prisoner of War camp he was in) and an Aluminium Dog Tag bracelet. There are also photographs of PTE. Feeney, First World War postcards and a lovely collection of letters between PTE. Feeney and his wife and daughter. In one of the letters dated 29th January 1918 it says.. I had another letter from Willie (his brother) the other day and he is not to well, they are having it a bit rough in the trenches now, he tells me they are up to their knees in mud and water and he has aches and pains all over him. Sadly his brother Willie (William Henry Feeney) died on 23rd March 1918, included is his Death plaque. A really interesting group showing one families sacrifices during the Great War. Medals show no signs of renaming, condition as per the photographs. The item “Emotive Family First World War WW1 Casualty and Prisoner of War Group Medals” is in sale since Sunday, March 15, 2020. This item is in the category “Collectables\Militaria\World War I (1914-1918)\Medals/ Ribbons”. The seller is “antique_lers” and is located in Colchester, Essex. This item can be shipped worldwide.
  • Issued/ Not-Issued: Issued
  • Service: Army
  • Modified Item: No
  • Issued// Not-Issued: Issued
  • Featured Refinements: World War 1 Medal
  • Era: 1914-1945
  • Type: Medals & Ribbons
  • Country// Organization: Great Britain
  • Country/Region of Manufacture: United Kingdom
  • Country/ Organization: Great Britain
  • Country//Region of Manufacture: United Kingdom
  • Conflict: World War I (1914-1918)

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WW1 & WW2 AUSTRALIAN FAMILY MEDALS FATHER WIA x 3 DCM TRENCH RAID 1 SON KIA 1942

WW1 & WW2 AUSTRALIAN FAMILY MEDALS FATHER WIA x 3 DCM TRENCH RAID 1 SON KIA 1942

WW1 & WW2 AUSTRALIAN FAMILY MEDALS FATHER WIA x 3 DCM TRENCH RAID 1 SON KIA 1942

WW1 & WW2 AUSTRALIAN FAMILY MEDALS FATHER WIA x 3 DCM TRENCH RAID 1 SON KIA 1942

WW1 & WW2 AUSTRALIAN FAMILY MEDALS FATHER WIA x 3 DCM TRENCH RAID 1 SON KIA 1942

WW1 & WW2 AUSTRALIAN FAMILY MEDALS FATHER WIA x 3 DCM TRENCH RAID 1 SON KIA 1942

WW1 & WW2 AUSTRALIAN FAMILY MEDALS FATHER WIA x 3 DCM TRENCH RAID 1 SON KIA 1942

WW1 & WW2 AUSTRALIAN FAMILY MEDALS FATHER WIA x 3 DCM TRENCH RAID 1 SON KIA 1942

WW1 & WW2 AUSTRALIAN FAMILY MEDALS FATHER WIA x 3 DCM TRENCH RAID 1 SON KIA 1942

WW1 & WW2 AUSTRALIAN FAMILY MEDALS FATHER WIA x 3 DCM TRENCH RAID 1 SON KIA 1942

WW1 & WW2 AUSTRALIAN FAMILY MEDALS FATHER WIA x 3 DCM TRENCH RAID 1 SON KIA 1942

WW1 & WW2 AUSTRALIAN FAMILY MEDALS FATHER WIA x 3 DCM TRENCH RAID 1 SON KIA 1942

WW1 & WW2 AUSTRALIAN FAMILY MEDALS FATHER WIA x 3 DCM TRENCH RAID 1 SON KIA 1942

AN EMOTIVE AUSTRALIAN GROUP OF MEDALS TO A FATHER AND HIS TWO SONS. FATHER 3 X WIA AND AWARDED THE DCM FOR GALLANTRY DURING A TRENCH RAID IN 1917, HIS SON KIA DURING THE. OTHER SON SERVED IN PACIFIC DURING WW2. SEAGROTT 33RD INFANTRY BATTALION AWARDED THE D. FOR GALLANTRY DURING A TRENCH RAID IN FEBRUARY 1917 AND THREE TIMES WOUNDED IN ACTION DURING THE WAR. DISTINGUISHED CONDUCT MEDAL, G. 33/AUST:INF:, BRITISH AND VICTORY MEDALS 866 PTE G. DCM: London Gazette 17 April 1917, Commonwealth of Australia Gazette 21 August 1917. Original recommendation: On the night of February 24/25th during a raid on the German trenches Private Seagrott displayed most conspicuous gallantry. While returning to our trenches, he realised that his officer 2/Lieut. McKenzie, whom he knew to be the last to leave the enemy’s trench, was not coming on. McKenzie in a dazed condition, and the mangled body of the officer prisoner he was escorting lying beside him. Private Seagrott, who is of slight build, succeeded in bringing 2/Lieut. McKenzie back to our lines after a dangerous and arduous journey across No Man’s Land which was in a very heavy condition and under heavy fire from artillery and Machine Guns. The raiding party drawn from 33rd Battalion, A. Consisted of four Officers and 78 other ranks and entered the German trenches at. On February 24/25th, 1917. George Frederick Seagrott, an 18 year old miner from. Enlisted into the 33rd Battalion A. At Inverell on 10 November 1915. After training, he embarked overseas on 4 May 1916. He was found guilty and sentenced to 29 days detention. Arriving in Devonport on 9 July 1916, it wasnt long before Seagrott was in trouble again, this time for going AWOL for 24 hours on 28 October. For this offense he was awarded 14 days Field Punishment and forfeited 15 days pay. On 12 December 1916, he was awarded the D. For gallantry during a trench raid on the night of 24/25 February 1917. On 23 June 1917, he was wounded in Action; gunshot wound to scalp and after treatment in hospital, was back with his battalion on 19 August 1917. Seagrott was wounded again (Gassed), on 9 April 1918, he was again hospitalised and did not rejoin his battalion until 1 June 1918. However on the 8 August, he was wounded for a third time; a gunshot wound to the left leg. This wound was severe enough to keep him in hospital until January 1919. On 5 March 1919 and was discharged on the 12 July 1919. George Frederick Seagrott died on 12 December 1959 at Balgowlah. A brief history of the 33rd Infantry Battalion can be found here. The poem was written to celebrate how a Gilgai Digger, Private G. Seagrott, won the Distinguished Conduct Medal and was published in The Inverell Times on Monday 26 April 1954, to celebrate Anzac Day. SEAGROTT 2/19TH INFANTRY BATTALION KILLED IN ACTION DURING THE. 1939-45 STAR; PACIFIC STAR; WAR MEDAL 1939-45; AUSTRALIA SERVICE MEDAL 1939-45, all officially impressed NX41824 G. Pte Gordon Bruce Seagrott, was born on 17 August 1921 at. He enlisted into the Army on 4 August 1941 at Paddington, Sydney. Serving with the 2/19th Infantry Battalion, he was killed in action on 9 February 1942 during the battle of. With no known grave, he is commemorated at Singapore Memorial. A brief history of the 2/19th Infantry Battalion, which describes the battalions service in. Can be found here. SEAGROTT 54TH AND 9TH INFANTRY BATTALIONS. 1939-45 STAR; PACIFIC STAR; WAR MEDAL 1939-45; AUSTRALIA SERVICE MEDAL 1939-45, all officially impressed; N234236 M. SEAGROTT, INFANTRY FRONT LINE SERVICE MEDAL N234236 M. Pte Mervyn Veness Seagrott, greengrocer’s assistant, was born 8 May 1924 at. Enlisting into the Army on 6 May1942 at Manly. Initially serving with the 56th Infantry battalion, he transferred to the 9th Infantry battalion on 5 July 1944. A photograph held in the AWM taken on 25 November 1944 in Bougainville (Pacific), shows Private Seagrott as a member A Company 9. On 27April 1946 and was discharged from the Army on 12 June 1946. The AWM collection holds two photographs of Private Seagrott in its collection. Note; Commonwealth Graves Commission confirms Gordon Bruce Seagrott, the son of George Frederick Seagrott and Jessamine Seagrott. NAA confirms Mervyn Veness Seagrotts next of kin as Jessamine Seagrott, therefore confirmed as father and sons. Condition, VF and better, court mounted group, could probably do with a clean. In case of issue. Also copy of Service papers for 1st and 3rd recipients and above mentioned original documents. A superb group of medals. 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 “WW1 & WW2 AUSTRALIAN FAMILY MEDALS FATHER WIA x 3 DCM TRENCH RAID 1 SON KIA 1942″ is in sale since Friday, January 3, 2020. 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.

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First World War. Four brother’s family group medals and Memorial Plaques

First World War. Four brother's family group medals and Memorial Plaques

First World War. Four brother's family group medals and Memorial Plaques

First World War. Four brother's family group medals and Memorial Plaques

First World War. Four brother's family group medals and Memorial Plaques

First World War. Four brother's family group medals and Memorial Plaques

First World War. Four brother's family group medals and Memorial Plaques

First World War. Four brother's family group medals and Memorial Plaques

First World War. Four brother's family group medals and Memorial Plaques

First World War. Four brother's family group medals and Memorial Plaques

First World War. Four brother's family group medals and Memorial Plaques

First World War. Four brother's family group medals and Memorial Plaques

First World War. Four brother's family group medals and Memorial Plaques

Four brother’s family group medals and Memorial Plaques. A remarkable and extremely rare (probably unique being retained together) set of family medals. Come with supporting research material (1911 census record printout, CWGC printouts and extracts from the battalion war diaries of 1st/6th Nottinghamshire and Derbyshire Regiment and the 1st Lancashire Regiment). 2599 Lance Corporal Philip Murphy, 6th Nottinghamshire and Derbyshire Regiment (Sherwood Foresters). NOTE: 6th Battalion, Sherwood Foresters, was a volunteer unit of Britain’s Territorial Army. (First raised as The High Peak Rifles, in the High Peak area of Derbyshire in 1860), it fought as infantry on the Western Front during World War I. Attached as 43090 Lance Corporal to 1st Battalion, Lincolnshire Regiment. Died of wounds in France 26th September 1916. At Flers-Courcelette or Morval. In 1916 1st Lincolnshire Regt were involved at. The Battle of Albert (Somme 1st-13th July). The Battle of Bazentin Ridge (Somme 14th July-17th July). The Battle of FlersCourcelette. The Battle of Morval (25th-28thSept). Born Lea, Kent, enlisted Whaley Bridge. (Census 1911 records birthplace as Lee, London). Buried in GROVE TOWN CEMETERY, MEAULTE, Somme, France. In September 1916, the 34th and 2/2nd London Casualty Clearing Stations were established at this point, known to the troops as Grove Town, to deal with casualties from the Somme battlefields. 2052 Private Walter Francis Joseph Murphy, 1st/6th Nottinghamshire and Derbyshire Regiment (The Sherwood Foresters). Died of wounds aged 20 in France 3rd July 1916. These were received on the first day of the Somme offensive Battle of Albert when the 1/6th was part of the 46th Division which was ordered to attack the north side of the Gommecourt salient, on the northern flank of the Somme battlefield. On 1 July, 1/6th Bn of the Notts and Derbyshire Regt. Was in support behind the attacking battalions of 139th Bde. A and B Companies took up positions in the British 1st Support Line, with the battalion bombers and four brigade machine gun teams between them, and C and D Companies were in the 3rd Support Line with the runners and signallers between them. Because of the mud, they were late getting into position and were very tired by the time they arrived, carrying large quantities of equipment and ammunition. When the battalion attempted to move up after Zero hour (07.30), it found that the way was blocked by the carrying parties and last waves of the battalions in front, which had not been able to leave the British front line trench before the smokescreen cleared. Although their first waves had crossed No man’s land and got into the German front line, the ground behind them was now being swept by artillery and machine gun fire, and positions re-occupied by Germans coming out of deep dugouts that should have been dealt with by the later waves. It was not until 08.45 that A and B Companies of the 1/6th Bn attempted to cross No man’s land, and they were immediately stopped by very heavy casualties. The Commanding Officer, Lt-Col Goodman, called off his battalion’s attack. There was an attempt to restart the attack at 15.30, but the smoke barrage was inadequate and it was cancelled. The left-hand platoon did not receive the cancellation order in time, went’over the top’ and was cut down. The battalion lost 41 men killed or died of wounds received on 1 July 1916. Born at Lee, London – according to CWGC. Buried in WARLINCOURT HALTE BRITISH CEMETERY, SAULTY, Pas de Calais, France. The site of the cemetery was chosen in May 1916. It was used from June 1916 to May 1917 by the 20th and 43rd Casualty Clearing Stations. 13249 Lance Corporal Cyril Hubert Murphy, 14th Battalion, Duke of Cambridge’s Own (Middlesex Regiment). Nickname The Die Hards. Died in United Kingdom 17th November 1915. Buried in SHOREHAM-BY-SEA CEMETERY, Sussex. 14th (Reserve) Battalion Oct 1914 Formed at Gravesend as a service Battalion in the Fourth New Army (K4), and joined the 93rd Brigade of the original 31st Division. Jan 1915 Moved to Halling, Kent. 10.04.1915 Renamed the 2nd Reserve Battalion and the 5th Reserve Brigade. May 1915 Moved to Colchester, Essex. Oct 1915 Moved to Shoreham, Kent. 01.09.1916 Renamed the 24th Training Reserve Battalion in the 5th Reserve Brigade at Shoreham. The above names are all on the WHALEY BRIDGE War Memorial, Derbyshire. 31715 Guardsman Gerald J Murphy Grenadier Guards. Rave showing religion as Roman Catholic. Grenadier badge and tunic buttons also mounted. Provenance: Anderson Garland, Newcastle. Framed dimension: 80cms x 42cms Weight: 3.6kgs. Condition: Superbly presented and framed. If anything shows the stupidity of war this must be it. The item “First World War. Four brother’s family group medals and Memorial Plaques” is in sale since Thursday, August 8, 2019. This item is in the category “Collectables\Militaria\World War I (1914-1918)\Medals/ Ribbons”. The seller is “nigel315″ and is located in St Boswells, Melrose, Borders. This item can be shipped worldwide.