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World War II Veterans At Menlo Park Home Receive Medals

British Army Boer War Pow & Ww1 Wounded In Action Group Medals 1942 Sgt Edwards

British Army Boer War Pow & Ww1 Wounded In Action Group Medals 1942 Sgt Edwards

British Army Boer War Pow & Ww1 Wounded In Action Group Medals 1942 Sgt Edwards

British Army Boer War Pow & Ww1 Wounded In Action Group Medals 1942 Sgt Edwards

British Army Boer War Pow & Ww1 Wounded In Action Group Medals 1942 Sgt Edwards

British Army Boer War Pow & Ww1 Wounded In Action Group Medals 1942 Sgt Edwards

British Army Boer War Pow & Ww1 Wounded In Action Group Medals 1942 Sgt Edwards

British Army Boer War Pow & Ww1 Wounded In Action Group Medals 1942 Sgt Edwards

British Army Boer War Pow & Ww1 Wounded In Action Group Medals 1942 Sgt Edwards

British Army Boer War Pow & Ww1 Wounded In Action Group Medals 1942 Sgt Edwards

British Army Boer War Pow & Ww1 Wounded In Action Group Medals 1942 Sgt Edwards

British Army Boer War Pow & Ww1 Wounded In Action Group Medals 1942 Sgt Edwards

Offered is a medal group to Sergeant William Edwards, who served in the Boer War & South Africa from May 1900 June 1904 with the 3. Battalion Kings Royal Rifle Corps. Whilst in South Africa he was taken prisoner at the battle of’Blood River Poort. He further served during WW1 in France from 27/8/1914 with the 2. King’s South Africa Medal (1901-02) with 2 clasps, SOUTH AFRICA 1901 & SOUTH AFRICA 1902, impressed named 1942 CORPL: W. 1914 Star, with clasp impressed named 1942 L. British War and Victory Medals, impressed named 1942 S. Jubilee Medal 1935, un named as issued & Army Long Service & Good Conduct medal, G. Impressed named 1942 L. The medals are court mounted for display & come with copy service papers, pension records, medal rolls, Medal Index Card, casualty book & 8 pages of extensive research. Was born in Liverpool in January 1880. His occupation is shown as a groom. He enlisted with the 3. C at Gosport on the 23/5/1899. He was given the regimental number of 1942, a number that he served with for the remainder of his army career. He served England 23/5/1899 27/5/00. South Africa 28/5/1900 28/6/1904. January 1903 posted to the 4. 28/3/03 reverted to Pte at own request. 25/6/1907 posted to the Depot (Gosport) promoted to L/Cpl 1/4/1911. Battalion (Reserve depot/training unit). France 27/8/1914 17/10/1914 with the 2. Hospital 1917 at Sheerness due to large hernia Posted back to the 6. 24/9/1918 promoted to Cpl. 25/9/1918 posted to 2. Wounded in action 22/10/1918, (shrapnel wound right foot). C Medal in October 1917. Class Signaller October 1917. William Edwards served in South Africa with the Mounted Infantry Section of the 3rd Battalion, King’s Royal Rifle Corps. He was captured following Major Hubert Gough’s crossing of the Buffalo River, when, in attempting to surprise 300 Boers who had dismounted at a farm near Blood River Poort, his force was itself surprised, this time by 700 Boers under Louis Botha; the latter’s mounted attack completely swamped Gough’s outnumbered force, resulting in four officers and 19 other ranks killed and two officers and 19 men wounded. A further six officers and 235 men, including William, were captured and stripped of their weapons and most of their clothing. Blood River Poort, 17 September 1901. Source: South African Field Force Casualty Roll King’s Royal Rifle Corps. We list militaria and coins weekly. We provide quality mounted medals, badges and historical research. We can mount your miniature or full size medals, ribbon bars or supply replacement ribbons or badges. We can also conduct military research on your behalf and value cherished objects with a current market or insured value. 2/135 Russell St, Morley, WA. We run two specialist military auctions per year. Items are accurately described & photographed. Additional costs for this standard service will be added for this service based on publicly available Australia Post rates. Please note, these items are located and will be posted from Australia. We appreciate fair feedback from you once you receive the item. We aim to give you, the customer our best customer service. The item “BRITISH ARMY BOER WAR POW & WW1 WOUNDED IN ACTION GROUP MEDALS 1942 SGT EDWARDS” is in sale since Saturday, June 13, 2020. This item is in the category “Collectables\Militaria\1914 – 1918 (WWI)”. The seller is “jb_military_antiques_14″ and is located in 2/135 Russell St, Morley, Perth, WA. This item can be shipped worldwide.
  • Authenticity: Original
  • Modified Item: No
  • Original/Reproduction: Original
  • Country: Britain
  • Product Type: Medals
  • Era: 1900s

Spotting Fake Militaria Collecting For Beginners And Arnhem Medals Regimentals

Australian WW1 Trio Medals 4079 T/Sgt. S. J Duffell1. Pnr. Bn. A. I. F ANZAC Gallipoli

Australian WW1 Trio Medals 4079 T/Sgt. S. J Duffell1. Pnr. Bn. A. I. F ANZAC Gallipoli

Australian WW1 Trio Medals 4079 T/Sgt. S. J Duffell1. Pnr. Bn. A. I. F ANZAC Gallipoli

Australian WW1 Trio Medals 4079 T/Sgt. S. J Duffell1. Pnr. Bn. A. I. F ANZAC Gallipoli

Australian WW1 Trio Medals 4079 T/Sgt. S. J Duffell1. Pnr. Bn. A. I. F ANZAC Gallipoli

Australian WW1 Trio Medals 4079 T/Sgt. S. J Duffell1. Pnr. Bn. A. I. F ANZAC Gallipoli

Australian WW1 Trio Medals 4079 T/Sgt. S. J Duffell1. Pnr. Bn. A. I. F ANZAC Gallipoli

Australian WW1 Trio Medals 4079 T/Sgt. S. J Duffell1. Pnr. Bn. A. I. F ANZAC Gallipoli

Australian WW1 Trio Medals 4079 T/Sgt. S. J Duffell1. Pnr. Bn. A. I. F ANZAC Gallipoli

Australian WW1 Trio Medals 4079 T/Sgt. S. J Duffell1. Pnr. Bn. A. I. F ANZAC Gallipoli

Australian WW1 Trio Medals 4079 T/Sgt. S. J Duffell1. Pnr. Bn. A. I. F ANZAC Gallipoli

Australian WW1 Trio Medals 4079 T/Sgt. S. J Duffell1. Pnr. Bn. A. I. F ANZAC Gallipoli

Australian WW1 Trio Medals 4079 T/Sgt. S. J Duffell1. Pnr. Bn. A. I. F ANZAC Gallipoli

World War 1 Trio Military War Medal Regiment # 4079 T/Sgt. 74433/MD 2 rim inscription 4079 T. BY DEPARTMENT OF DEFENCE # 88712. Enlistment Date: February 5 1917. Was an infantry battalion of the Australian Army. Raised in 1914 as part of the Australian Imperial Force. During the First World War. The battalion was completely recruited from the state of Victoria. And formed the 2nd Brigade 1st division the battalion served during the Gallipoli campaign. The medals are in exellent. Inscription on the rim. ADDITION TO WW1 AUSTRALIAN MILITARY COLLECTION. Track Page Views With. Auctiva’s FREE Counter. The item “Australian WW1 Trio Medals 4079 T/Sgt. S. J Duffell1. Pnr. Bn. A. I. F ANZAC Gallipoli” is in sale since Friday, April 24, 2020. This item is in the category “Collectables\Militaria\1914 – 1918 (WWI)”. The seller is “towers539″ and is located in Summer Hill NSW. This item can be shipped to Australia, North, South, or Latin America, all countries in Europe, all countries in continental Asia, New Zealand.
  • Authenticity: Original
  • AUSTRALIAN WW1 MEDALS: COLLECTABLES MILITARIA MEDALS
  • MEDAL TRIO AUSTRALIAN MILITARY: WW1 WAR MEDALS GENUINE
  • Modified Item: No
  • Original/Reproduction: Original
  • Country: Australia
  • Product Type: Medals
  • Era: 1910s

Pile Of Ww2 Medals Found

WW2 Original set French Legion of Honor Military Medals War 1939 1945 Liberation

WW2 Original set French Legion of Honor Military Medals War 1939 1945 Liberation

WW2 Original set French Legion of Honor Military Medals War 1939 1945 Liberation

WW2 Original set French Legion of Honor Military Medals War 1939 1945 Liberation

WW2 Original set French Legion of Honor Military Medals War 1939 1945 Liberation

WW2 Original set French Legion of Honor Military Medals War 1939 1945 Liberation

WW2 Original set 11 French Military Medals of the War 1939 1945, Indochina War. 1946 1954, North Africa War 1954 1962 from a French Veteran. French Order Legion of Honor, Knight, made of silver, centers made of gold 18K. Hallmark and maker’s mark’Monnaie de Paris’, chips on enamel. French Military Medal Valor and Discipline made of bronze and blue enamel. French War Cross for the External Operations made of bronze, citation Bronze stars. French Military Valor Cross made of bronze, hallmark. French Combatant’s Cross for the Volunteer 1939 1945 made of bronze, hallmark. French Combatant’s Cross 1939 1945 made of bronze, hallmark. French Colonial Medal made of silvered bronze. Campaign’s bar’Extrême-Orient’ (Far East campaign). French Medal of the War 1939 1945 made of bronze, hallmark. Two campaign’s bars’Liberation’ and’Germany. French Medal of the French Expeditionary Corps in Indochina 1945 1954. Made of bronze, hallmark. French Medal for the Operations in North Africa 1954 1962, made of bronze. Hallmark, two campaign’s bars’Maroc’ and’Algérie’ (Morocco, Algeria). French Medal for the Military Wounded made of bronze and red enamel. Original ribbons hand sewn on genuine bars. Genuine, very good and good conditions, 100% untouched! The item “WW2 Original set French Legion of Honor Military Medals War 1939 1945 Liberation” is in sale since Thursday, March 26, 2020. This item is in the category “Collectibles\Militaria\WW II (1939-45)\Original Period Items\France”. The seller is “lestroisarmes-collections” and is located in Anché. This item can be shipped worldwide.
  • Modified Item: No
  • Country/Region of Manufacture: France

A Hero S War Medals Found In An Abandoned House

World War II Medals Reunited With Family

WW2 Flying officer pilots logbook and medals

WW2 Flying officer pilots logbook and medals

WW2 Flying officer pilots logbook and medals

WW2 Flying officer pilots logbook and medals

WW2 Flying officer pilots logbook and medals

WW2 Flying officer pilots logbook and medals

WW2 Flying officer pilots logbook and medals

WW2 Flying officer pilots logbook and medals

WW2 Flying officer pilots logbook and medals

WW2 Flying officer pilots logbook and medals

WW2 Flying officer pilots logbook and medals

WW2 Flying officer pilots logbook and medals

WW2 Flying officer pilots logbook and medals

Flying officer Frederick Reginald John Ellis (184568) RAFVR. Enlisted in RAFVR 20.10.41 and served continuously until released on 31.10.46 Commissioned August 1944. F/O Ellis was educated at Ackmar Road school and worked for an engineering firm before joining the RAFVR in 1941. He received his wings in Rhodesia and since served with a spitfire wing of the Mediterranean Allied Air Force in North Africa, Italy, the Adriatic and Greece. He was then stationed at Malta in 45 serving with 73 squadron. He married Nursing Sister May Russell in a ceremony at Athens Hospital. This is his ww2 flying logbook with a photo of him and his medals. The item “WW2 Flying officer pilots logbook and medals” is in sale since Sunday, May 31, 2020. This item is in the category “Collectables\Militaria\World War II (1939-1945)\RAF”. The seller is “militariamania” and is located in The home of nice things. This item can be shipped worldwide.

Veteran Receives Military Medals 73 Years After World War II