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WW1 & 2 Military Cross Medal Group Awarded To Major C. W. G. Bryan RAMC

WW1 & 2 Military Cross Medal Group Awarded To Major C. W. G. Bryan RAMC

WW1 & 2 Military Cross Medal Group Awarded To Major C. W. G. Bryan RAMC

WW1 & 2 Military Cross Medal Group Awarded To Major C. W. G. Bryan RAMC

WW1 & 2 Military Cross Medal Group Awarded To Major C. W. G. Bryan RAMC

WW1 & 2 Military Cross Medal Group Awarded To Major C. W. G. Bryan RAMC

WW1 & 2 Military Cross Medal Group Awarded To Major C. W. G. Bryan RAMC

WW1 & 2 Military Cross Medal Group Awarded To Major C. W. G. Bryan RAMC

WW1 & 2 Military Cross Medal Group Awarded To Major C. W. G. Bryan RAMC

WW1 & 2 Military Cross Medal Group Awarded To Major C. W. G. Bryan RAMC

WW1 & 2 Military Cross Medal Group Awarded To Major C. W. G. Bryan RAMC

WW1 & 2 Military Cross Medal Group Awarded To Major C. W. G. Bryan RAMC

WW1 & 2 Military Cross Medal Group Awarded To Major C. A set of six medals, both First & Second World War and including the Military Cross awarded to Major C. Bryan of the Royal Army Medical Corps. The Military Cross was granted in recognition of’an act or acts of exemplary gallantry during active operations against the enemy on land’. The medal set consists of: The Military Cross, The 1914 Star, The British War Medal 1914-18, The Victory Medal, The Defence Medal (WW2) and The War Medal 1939-45(also WW2). The WW1 Victory medal features the bronze oak leaf to the ribbon which signifies that it was mentioned in despatches. The Military Cross is engraved to the reverse Major C. The 1914 Star is engraved to the reverse Lieut: C. The British War Medal and The Victory Medal are both engraved to the edge Major C. The set is mounted on a bar. The medals are of the standard size. The set weighs 195g. The medals are in a very good condition with the odd bit of tarnish (the Victory Medal In particular has lost its sheen) and a few light scratches as to be expected. The ribbons are all original and also in good order. The item “WW1 & 2 Military Cross Medal Group Awarded To Major C. W. G. Bryan RAMC” is in sale since Wednesday, May 29, 2019. This item is in the category “Collectables\Militaria\World War I (1914-1918)\Medals/ Ribbons”. The seller is “theantiquesstorehouse” and is located in Portsmouth, Hampshire. This item can be shipped worldwide.
  • Modified Item: No
  • Country/Region of Manufacture: United Kingdom
  • Country/ Organization: Great Britain
  • Issued/ Not-Issued: Issued
  • Type: Medals & Ribbons
  • Conflict: World War I (1914-1918)
  • Service: Army
  • Era: 1914-1945
  • Featured Refinements: Military Medal

TFWM Territorial Force War Medal RAMC RA ARP WW2 Greenwich Lewisham

TFWM Territorial Force War Medal RAMC RA ARP WW2 Greenwich Lewisham

TFWM Territorial Force War Medal RAMC RA ARP WW2 Greenwich Lewisham

TFWM Territorial Force War Medal RAMC RA ARP WW2 Greenwich Lewisham

TFWM Territorial Force War Medal RAMC RA ARP WW2 Greenwich Lewisham

TFWM Territorial Force War Medal RAMC RA ARP WW2 Greenwich Lewisham

TFWM Territorial Force War Medal RAMC RA ARP WW2 Greenwich Lewisham

TFWM Territorial Force War Medal RAMC RA ARP WW2 Greenwich Lewisham

TFWM Territorial Force War Medal RAMC RA ARP WW2 Greenwich Lewisham

TFWM Territorial Force War Medal RAMC RA ARP WW2 Greenwich Lewisham

Went overseas with the RAMC and at some point was transferred to the RA. TFWM 1650 PTE R V FURLONG RAMC. PAIR 952025 GNR R V FURLONG RA. A quick look at the 1911 census and other MiCs online suggests both his brothers, Alfred James (b1886) and Harold George (b 1889) were also both Territorial RAMC men. Ralph was born 18 June 1895 in Greenwich. The family was in a fairly comfortable position as Ralph’s Dad was a Piano Music shop dealer showing as living on own account in the 1901/1911 census at 40 42 Deptford Bridge. The online 1911 Census shows Ralph was a student, also in the house was a servant. Ralph married Ida May Louise Buckeridge and in 1939 they were living at 85 Tyrwhitt Road Lewisham. Ralph’s occupation was an estate clerk and rent collector and also ARP Greenwich. Ralph’s WW2 would have been very busy and dangerous given where they lived. An incendiary bomb fell on no 84 Tyrwhitt Rd on 7 Sept 1940 causing roof damage to properties and in the next Street (Avon Rd) close to the house, a high explosive went off from the Blitz air raids. If you take a look at this excellent website showing where the bombs were recorded you’ll soon see why the kids were evacuated. By 1945 Ralph and his wife were living at 20 Abbotshall Rd SE6. There are numerous London address entries for Ralph that can be found on ancestry to track his life. Ralph died in 1972 and his death was registered in the Beckenham area Kent. His wife Ida died the year later in 1973. A great TFWM group that deserves more research. The item “TFWM Territorial Force War Medal RAMC RA ARP WW2 Greenwich Lewisham” is in sale since Sunday, February 24, 2019. This item is in the category “Collectables\Militaria\World War I (1914-1918)\Medals/ Ribbons”. The seller is “hawthornridge” and is located in Swadlincote. This item can be shipped worldwide.
  • Issued/ Not-Issued: Issued
  • Era: 1914-1945
  • Service: Army
  • Type: Medals & Ribbons
  • Conflict: World War I (1914-1918)
  • Country/ Organization: Great Britain
  • Modified Item: No
  • Country/Region of Manufacture: United Kingdom

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)

Efficiency Medal T & A. V. R. Suspender RAMC + WW2 BURMA group + Red Cross LSGC

Efficiency Medal T & A. V. R. Suspender RAMC + WW2 BURMA group + Red Cross LSGC

Efficiency Medal T & A. V. R. Suspender RAMC + WW2 BURMA group + Red Cross LSGC

Efficiency Medal T & A. V. R. Suspender RAMC + WW2 BURMA group + Red Cross LSGC

Efficiency Medal T & A. V. R. Suspender RAMC + WW2 BURMA group + Red Cross LSGC

Efficiency Medal T & A. V. R. Suspender RAMC + WW2 BURMA group + Red Cross LSGC

Efficiency Medal T & A. V. R. Suspender RAMC + WW2 BURMA group + Red Cross LSGC

Efficiency Medal T & A. V. R. Suspender RAMC + WW2 BURMA group + Red Cross LSGC

Efficiency Medal T & A. V. R. Suspender RAMC + WW2 BURMA group + Red Cross LSGC

Efficiency Medal T & A. V. R. Suspender RAMC + WW2 BURMA group + Red Cross LSGC

Efficiency Medal T & A. V. R. Suspender RAMC + WW2 BURMA group + Red Cross LSGC

Efficiency Medal T & A. V. R. Suspender RAMC + WW2 BURMA group + Red Cross LSGC

Efficiency Medal T & A. V. R. Suspender RAMC + WW2 BURMA group + Red Cross LSGC

Full size group of original medals. & VR EFFICIENCY MEDAL QEII correctly named with extra years bar etc. 22883388 CPL G GRAHAM RAMC. RED CROSS LONG SERVICE MEDAL named GEOFFREY GRAHAM. BURMA STAR – 39-45 STAR and WAR MEDAL. RAMC original cap badge. Original box a bit worn and stained but good complete box with all award details present. All medals excellent condition no research carried out came from house clearance. The item “Efficiency Medal T & A. V. R. Suspender RAMC + WW2 BURMA group + Red Cross LSGC” is in sale since Sunday, January 27, 2019. This item is in the category “Collectables\Militaria\Inter-War (1919-1938)”. The seller is “wingra20″ and is located in York. This item can be shipped worldwide.
  • Country/Region of Manufacture: United Kingdom
  • Country/ Organization: Great Britain
  • Issued/ Not-Issued: Issued
  • Type: Medals & Ribbons
  • Service: Army
  • Era: 1914-1945

Boer war & WW1 medals KSA QSA Belmont Paardeberg Relief Kimberley Sgt Smith RAMC

Boer war & WW1 medals KSA QSA Belmont Paardeberg Relief Kimberley Sgt Smith RAMC

Boer war & WW1 medals KSA QSA Belmont Paardeberg Relief Kimberley Sgt Smith RAMC

Boer war & WW1 medals KSA QSA Belmont Paardeberg Relief Kimberley Sgt Smith RAMC

Boer war & WW1 medals KSA QSA Belmont Paardeberg Relief Kimberley Sgt Smith RAMC

Boer war & WW1 medals KSA QSA Belmont Paardeberg Relief Kimberley Sgt Smith RAMC

Boer war & WW1 medals KSA QSA Belmont Paardeberg Relief Kimberley Sgt Smith RAMC

Boer war & WW1 medals KSA QSA Belmont Paardeberg Relief Kimberley Sgt Smith RAMC

Boer war & WW1 medals KSA QSA Belmont Paardeberg Relief Kimberley Sgt Smith RAMC

Boer war & WW1 medals KSA QSA Belmont Paardeberg Relief Kimberley Sgt Smith RAMC

Boer war & WW1 medals KSA QSA Belmont Paardeberg Relief Kimberley Sgt Smith RAMC

Boer war & WW1 medals KSA QSA Belmont Paardeberg Relief Kimberley Sgt Smith RAMC

Boer war & WW1 medals KSA QSA Belmont Paardeberg Relief Kimberley Sgt Smith RAMC

Boer War QSA & KSA & WW1 group of medals, QSA with 3 important battle bars, Belmont, Paardeberg and Relief of Kimberley, awarded to PRIVATE A SMITH RAMC, name contemporary engraved capitals, nearly extremely fine, WW1 medals, Victory and British war pair to Sergeant A Smith RAMC, Impressed official naming, comes with medal roll copy, see pictures for condition. Boer war & WW1 medals KSA QSA Belmont Paardeberg Relief Kimberley Sgt Smith RAMC. QSA & KSA Battle of Paardeberg, Belmont, Relief of Kimberley + WW1 Pair Private/Sergeant A Smith Royal Army Medical Corps Boer War QSA & KSA & WW1 group of medals, QSA with 3 important battle bars, Belmont, Paardeberg and Relief of Kimberley, awarded to PRIVATE A SMITH RAMC, name contemporary engraved capitals, nearly extremely fine, WW1 medals, Victory and British war pair to Sergeant A Smith RAMC, Impressed official naming, comes with medal roll copy, see pictures for condition. Battle of Belmont (1899). The Battle of Belmont is the name of an engagement of the Second Boer War on 23 November 1899, where the British under Lord Methuen assaulted a Boer position on Belmont kopje. Methuen’s three brigades were on their way to raise the Boer siege of Kimberley. A Boer force of about 2,000 men had entrenched on the range of Belmont kopje to delay their advance. Methuen sent the Guards Brigade on a night march to outflank the Boers, but due to faulty maps the Grenadier Guards found themselves in front of the Boer position instead. The Guards, the 9th Brigade and the Naval Brigade assaulted the Boers over open ground, suffering about 200 casualties. Before the British came to use their bayonets, the Boers retreated by pony and re-formed in another entrenched position at Graspan, where the pattern was repeated with the British suffering another 197 casualties: one sailor reporting that “at 200 yards we fixed bayonets, and we just saw their heels; they didn’t wait when they heard the rattle”. The Battle of Paardeberg or Perdeberg (“Horse Mountain”) was a major battle during the Second Anglo-Boer War. It was fought near Paardeberg Drift on the banks of the Modder River in the Orange Free State near Kimberley. Surrender of Boer General Cronje. Lord Methuen advanced up the railway line in November 1899 with the objective of relieving the besieged city of Kimberley (and the town of Mafeking, also under siege). Battles were fought on this front at Graspan, Belmont, Modder River before the advance was halted for two months after the British defeat at the Battle of Magersfontein. In February 1900, Field Marshal Lord Roberts assumed personal command of a significantly reinforced British offensive. The army of Boer General Piet Cronj√© was retreating from its entrenched position at Magersfontein towards Bloemfontein after its lines of communication were cut by Major General John French, whose cavalry had recently outflanked the Boer position to relieve Kimberley. Cronj√©’s slow-moving column was intercepted by French at Paardeberg, where the Boer general eventually surrendered after a prolonged siege, having fought off an attempted direct assault by Lieutenant General Horatio Kitchener. Major-General Sir John French. While Methuen’s 1st Division demonstrated against the Boer entrenchments at Magersfontein and the Highland Brigade under Major General Hector MacDonald marched 20 miles (32 km) westward to Koedoesberg and fixed the Boers’ attention to their right flank, Roberts’s large force began marching east in secret, late on 11 February. By the evening of 12 February, his leading horsemen had secured fords across the first obstacle, the Riet River. The next day, 13 February, the British mounted force made a gruelling march of 30 miles (48 km) under a blazing sun to capture fords across the Modder. The effect of the heat was made worse when the dry grass of the veld caught fire from a carelessly discarded match. French’s division had to wait at the fords (at Klip Drift) during the next day until the leading infantry reached them, after making an equally exhausting march. Luckily for the British, the move had taken the Boers by surprise and they did not move in strength to defend the fords or the hills nearby. Early on 15 February, French’s division began the final march to relieve Kimberley. Only scattered and disorganised Boers opposed them, and the enormous mass of British horsemen broke through their thin line, concealed in the dust cloud they created. Late that evening they reached Kimberley, where they were greeted with cheering crowds. French should by rights have gone to the military commander of the besieged garrison, Lieutenant Colonel Kekewich. Instead he called first on Cecil Rhodes, the former Prime Minister of Cape Colony and foremost Imperialist, at the town’s chief hotel. The final day’s ride had crippled most of French’s division. Most of his British regular cavalry carried too much equipment and their unacclimatised horses (and those of the seven batteries of horse artillery) were exhausted. His effective force was reduced to two regiments of New Zealand and Australian light horse, and two “brigades” (actually battalions) of mounted infantry. French was to further tire his men on 16 February by futile attempts to intercept one of the Boers’ Creusot 40-pounder siege guns (nicknamed “Long Tom”) which was withdrawing to the north. Create your brand with Auctiva’s. Attention Sellers – Get Templates Image Hosting, Scheduling at Auctiva. Track Page Views With. Auctiva’s FREE Counter. The item “Boer war & WW1 medals KSA QSA Belmont Paardeberg Relief Kimberley Sgt Smith RAMC” is in sale since Thursday, January 10, 2019. This item is in the category “Collectables\Militaria\Boer War (1899-1902)”. The seller is “theonlineauctionsale” and is located in England. This item can be shipped worldwide.
  • Era: 1816-1913
  • Service: Army
  • Type: Medals & Ribbons
  • Issued/ Not-Issued: Issued
  • Conflict: Boer War (1899-1902) / WW1
  • Country/Region of Manufacture: United Kingdom
  • Country/ Organization: Great Britain

Army Long Service Palestine Ww2 Africa France Germany Medal Group Of 7 Ramc

Army Long Service Palestine Ww2 Africa France Germany Medal Group Of 7 Ramc

Army Long Service Palestine Ww2 Africa France Germany Medal Group Of 7 Ramc

Army Long Service Palestine Ww2 Africa France Germany Medal Group Of 7 Ramc

Army Long Service Palestine Ww2 Africa France Germany Medal Group Of 7 Ramc

Army Long Service Palestine Ww2 Africa France Germany Medal Group Of 7 Ramc

Army Long Service Palestine Ww2 Africa France Germany Medal Group Of 7 Ramc

Army Long Service Palestine Ww2 Africa France Germany Medal Group Of 7 Ramc

Army Long Service Palestine Ww2 Africa France Germany Medal Group Of 7 Ramc

Army Long Service Palestine Ww2 Africa France Germany Medal Group Of 7 Ramc

Army Long Service Palestine Ww2 Africa France Germany Medal Group Of 7 Ramc

Army Long Service Palestine Ww2 Africa France Germany Medal Group Of 7 Ramc

Army Long Service Palestine Ww2 Africa France Germany Medal Group Of 7 Ramc

A genuine , fullsize Army Long Service Medal Group of 7 mounted for wear to Staff Sergeant Charles Cartlidge who served in Egypt, Palestine and the British Army of the Rhine. Also comes with his certificate of service and soldier’s service and pay book. General Service Medal (GeoVI) with Palestine Clasp – 5039035 T / SJT. C 1939-45 Star Africa Star France and Germany Star Defence Medal 1939-45 War Medal Army Long Service and Good Conduct Medal with Regular Army Bar (Geo VI) – 5039035 S / SJT C. In very good condition. All named medals have correctly impressed naming, the others are unnamed as issued Staff Sergeant Cartlidge served in the North Staffordshire Regiment from 1920-24, he was trained as a cook and after serving with the RAMC transferred to the Army Catering Corps. He served 22 years. The item “ARMY LONG SERVICE PALESTINE WW2 AFRICA FRANCE GERMANY MEDAL GROUP OF 7 RAMC” is in sale since Thursday, October 4, 2018. This item is in the category “Collectables\Militaria\World War II (1939-1945)\Medals/ Ribbons”. The seller is “antiquesofwarwick” and is located in Leamington Spa. This item can be shipped worldwide.
  • Service: Army
  • Modified Item: No
  • Era: 1914-1945
  • Type: Medals & Ribbons
  • Country/ Organization: Great Britain
  • Conflict: World War II (1939-1945)

Boer and WW1 4 Medal Collection Awarded to Private 12560 A C Simons RAMC

Boer and WW1 4 Medal Collection Awarded to Private 12560 A C Simons RAMC

Boer and WW1 4 Medal Collection Awarded to Private 12560 A C Simons RAMC

Boer and WW1 4 Medal Collection Awarded to Private 12560 A C Simons RAMC

Boer and WW1 4 Medal Collection Awarded to Private 12560 A C Simons RAMC

Boer and WW1 4 Medal Collection Awarded to Private 12560 A C Simons RAMC

Boer and WW1 4 Medal Collection Awarded to Private 12560 A C Simons RAMC

Boer and WW1 4 Medal Collection Awarded to Private 12560 A C Simons RAMC

Boer and WW1 4 Medal Collection Awarded to Private 12560 A C Simons RAMC

Boer and WW1 4 Medal Collection Awarded to Private 12560 A C Simons RAMC

Boer and WW1 4 Medal Collection Awarded to Private 12560 A C Simons RAMC

Boer and WW1 4 Medal Collection Awarded to Private 12560 A C Simons RAMC

Boer and WW1 4 Medal Collection Awarded to Private 12560 A C Simons RAMC

This sale is for a collection of 4 medals awarded to Awarded to Private 12560 A C Simons RA. For active service during the Boer and First World Wars. Queen Victoria’s South African Boer War Medal and Campaign Bars for Cape Colony, Transvaal, Paardeberg. Kings South Africa Medal Boer War 1901&1902. World War 1 British War Medal. World War 1 Victory Medals. Awarded to Private 12560 A C Simons RA. The Queen’s South Africa Medal was awarded to all British forces who served in South Africa from 11 October 1899 up to the end of the war on 31 May 1902. Units from the British Army, Royal Navy, colonial forces from Australia, Canada, New Zealand, India, the Cape of Good Hope, the Colony of Natal and “hensoppers” (joiners and collaborators, literally “hands-uppers”) from the South African Republic and Orange Free State, civilians employed in official capacity, war correspondents, and non-enlisted men of whatever nationality who drew military pay, qualified for the award of the medal. This included those such as the New Zealand 10th Contingent, who arrived in Durban in May 1902, but did not fight. Approximately 178,000 medals were awarded. The medal, without a clasp, was also awarded to troops who guarded Boer prisoners at the prisoner of war camp on the island of Saint Helena. Troops on the Mediterranean islands, however, were awarded the Queen’s Mediterranean Medal, while some personnel on troopships were awarded the Transport Medal. Altogether twenty-six clasps were awarded to recipients of the Queen’s South Africa Medal, to indicate each action and campaign of the Second Boer War. They were authorised in Army Order 94, April 1902, as amended. TRANSVAAL (24 May 1900). PAARDEBERG (17 February 1900). CAPE COLONY (11 October 1899 to 31 May 1902). The King’s South Africa Medal was awarded only to those troops who fought in 1902, and who had served for 18 months. Even with continuous service, the recipient would have had to have served from 1 December 1900 to have 18 months service before the war ended on 31 May 1902. Service therefore had to have commenced before the death of Queen Victoria on 22 January 1901 and, as a result, the majority of participants qualified for the award of the Queen’s South Africa Medal only. Two date clasps were awarded for service in 1901 and 1902. The date clasps are normally worn with the King’s South Africa Medal, but are worn with the Queen’s South Africa Medal by those recipients who had qualified for one or both of the clasps, but who were ineligible for the award of the King’s Medal. The two clasps are. “SOUTH AFRICA 1901″ – Awarded to all troops who served in South Africa between 1 January 1901 and 31 December 1901 inclusive. “SOUTH AFRICA 1902″ – Awarded to all troops who served in South Africa between 1 January 1902 and 31 May 1902 inclusive. World War 1 British War Medal The British War Medal is a campaign medal of the United Kingdom which was awarded to officers and men of British and Imperial forces for service in the First World War. Two versions of the medal were produced. About 6.5 million were struck in silver and 110,000 in bronze, the latter awarded to, among others, the Chinese, Maltese and Indian Labour Corps. World War 1 Victory Medal is a United Kingdom and British Empire First World War campaign medal. The award of a common allied campaign medal was recommended by an inter-allied committee in March 1919. Each allied nation would design a’Victory Medal’ for award to their own nationals, all issues having certain common features, including a winged figure of victory on the obverse and the same ribbon. Fifteen countries finally awarded the medal. We are the only childrens hospice charity dedicated to helping life-limited children and their families across Dorset and Wiltshire. We are proud of our customer service and will strive to solve any problems as promptly and efficiently as possible. Julias House is not a typical childrens hospice. We provide practical and emotional support for families caring for a child with a life-limiting or life-threatening condition, providing frequent and regular support in their own homes, in the community or at our hospice. Care for the child, there for the family. Our working hours are. Monday, Wednesday and Friday. 09:30 – 17:00. Please inform us using. Before returning items or if there is a problem. Every effort is made to describe an item as honestly and accurately as possible using all the information available to us. Many items will have been researched using online information, but the actual history of an item maybe unknown. Should there be an issue with a sale, we will always do our best to resolve it fairly and amicably. The maximum amount of time we can store an item following the end of a listing is 7 days. (Please note that this may not always be possible during Bank Holiday weekends). We always obtain proof of posting for all items sent. Please allow time for investigation. We do our very best to ensure that all our items are as described and delivered in the condition stated. Julias House – The Dorset & Wiltshire Childrens Hospices. Registered Office: Julias House Ltd, 2. Floor, Heliting House, 35 Richmond Hill, Bournemouth, Dorset BH2 6HT. Company registration No:3465868. Registered Charity Number 1067125. The item “Boer and WW1 4 Medal Collection Awarded to Private 12560 A C Simons RAMC” is in sale since Friday, July 27, 2018. This item is in the category “Collectables\Militaria\19th Century (1800-1899)\Medals/ Ribbons”. The seller is “julias-house” and is located in Poole, Dorset. 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, United States, Canada, Brazil, Japan, New Zealand, China, Israel, Hong Kong, Norway, Indonesia, Malaysia, Mexico, Singapore, South Korea, Switzerland, Taiwan, Thailand, Saudi arabia, South africa, United arab emirates, Ukraine, Chile.
  • Conflict: Boer War (1899-1902)
  • Service: Army
  • Country/ Organization: Great Britain
  • Issued/ Not-Issued: Issued
  • Era: 1816-1913
  • Type: Medals & Ribbons

WW1 Captains 1914/15 medal trio Surgeon RAMC, and FRC. MID 1918 for France

WW1 Captains 1914/15 medal trio Surgeon RAMC, and FRC. MID 1918 for France

WW1 Captains 1914/15 medal trio Surgeon RAMC, and FRC. MID 1918 for France

WW1 Captains 1914/15 medal trio Surgeon RAMC, and FRC. MID 1918 for France

WW1 Captains 1914/15 medal trio Surgeon RAMC, and FRC. MID 1918 for France

WW1 Captains 1914/15 medal trio Surgeon RAMC, and FRC. MID 1918 for France

They have not been researched properly by us simply due to circumstances. Details that I have to hand are that he is listed as a MID December 30th 1918 for France. He is listed as a Surgeon from Edinburgh University. Shown as French Red Cross “FRC” and RAMC. Medals are named correctly. Lieut R Crothers RAMC. Starting price is well below what we originally paid. Worthy of further research especially with the service with the FRC. Hopefully they will go to a good home. Been told he was also a Captain of the 30th Motor Ambulance Convoy? Certainly a brave Officer in the thick of it in France. The item “WW1 Captains 1914/15 medal trio Surgeon RAMC, and FRC. MID 1918 for France” is in sale since Sunday, May 13, 2018. This item is in the category “Collectables\Militaria\World War I (1914-1918)\Medals/ Ribbons”. The seller is “beatkauk2012″ and is located in Market Harborough. This item can be shipped worldwide.
  • Era: 1914-1945
  • Service: Army
  • Type: Medals & Ribbons
  • Conflict: World War I (1914-1918)
  • Country/ Organization: Great Britain
  • Issued/ Not-Issued: Issued
  • Country/Region of Manufacture: United Kingdom

Ww1 Ramc Medal Trio. Gallipoli Cwgc Casualty 1918, House Clearance. Lot

Ww1 Ramc Medal Trio. Gallipoli Cwgc Casualty 1918, House Clearance. Lot

Ww1 Ramc Medal Trio. Gallipoli Cwgc Casualty 1918, House Clearance. Lot

Ww1 Ramc Medal Trio. Gallipoli Cwgc Casualty 1918, House Clearance. Lot

Ww1 Ramc Medal Trio. Gallipoli Cwgc Casualty 1918, House Clearance. Lot

Genuine WW1 1915 Medal Trio from a House Clearance Dealer and in a tin with envelope. I obtained this soldiers MIC which shows his theatre of war as the BALKANS. He took part in the GALLIPOLI Campaign and the CWGC has him as a Casualty in October 1918. An interesting Balkans Trio. Text-to-speech function is limited to 200 characters. The item “WW1 RAMC MEDAL TRIO. GALLIPOLI CWGC CASUALTY 1918, HOUSE CLEARANCE. LOT” is in sale since Wednesday, February 07, 2018. This item is in the category “Collectables\Militaria\World War I (1914-1918)\Medals/ Ribbons”. The seller is “militarytrader-uk” and is located in England . This item can be shipped worldwide.
  • Conflict: World War I (1914-1918)
  • Era: 1914-1945
  • Type: Medals & Ribbons
  • Country/ Organization: Great Britain
  • Country/Region of Manufacture: United Kingdom

Ww1 1914/15 Trio Of Medals & Death Plaque To Frank Adams 44th Field Amb Ramc

Ww1 1914/15 Trio Of Medals & Death Plaque To Frank Adams 44th Field Amb Ramc

Ww1 1914/15 Trio Of Medals & Death Plaque To Frank Adams 44th Field Amb Ramc

Ww1 1914/15 Trio Of Medals & Death Plaque To Frank Adams 44th Field Amb Ramc

Ww1 1914/15 Trio Of Medals & Death Plaque To Frank Adams 44th Field Amb Ramc

Ww1 1914/15 Trio Of Medals & Death Plaque To Frank Adams 44th Field Amb Ramc

Ww1 1914/15 Trio Of Medals & Death Plaque To Frank Adams 44th Field Amb Ramc

Ww1 1914/15 Trio Of Medals & Death Plaque To Frank Adams 44th Field Amb Ramc

Ww1 1914/15 Trio Of Medals & Death Plaque To Frank Adams 44th Field Amb Ramc

Ww1 1914/15 Trio Of Medals & Death Plaque To Frank Adams 44th Field Amb Ramc

Ww1 1914/15 Trio Of Medals & Death Plaque To Frank Adams 44th Field Amb Ramc

Ww1 1914/15 Trio Of Medals & Death Plaque To Frank Adams 44th Field Amb Ramc

WW1 1914/15 TRIO OF MEDALS & DEATH PLAQUE TO FRANK ADAMS 44TH FIELD AMBULANCE RAMC. 1914/15 STAR, BWM AND VICTORY MEDALS ALL CORRECTLY NAMED TO 31529 PTE. TOGETHER WITH DEATH PLAQUE AWARDED TO FRANK ADAMS. FRANK ADAMS WAS BORN IN LONGTON, STAFFS AND DIED IN THE WAR THROUGH ACCIDENTAL SUFFOCATION AS DETAILED IN THE FINAL TWO IMAGES. FULL SERVICE PAPERS CAN BE FOUND ON ANCESTRY AND FIND MY PAST. ANY QUESTIONS PLEASE ASK…. The item “WW1 1914/15 TRIO OF MEDALS & DEATH PLAQUE TO FRANK ADAMS 44TH FIELD AMB RAMC” is in sale since Friday, November 24, 2017. This item is in the category “Collectables\Militaria\World War I (1914-1918)\Medals/ Ribbons”. The seller is “aaronjonesmilitaria” and is located in Halesowen, West Midlands. This item can be shipped worldwide.
  • Issued/ Not-Issued: Issued
  • Conflict: World War I (1914-1918)
  • Era: 1914-1945
  • Service: Army
  • Type: Medals & Ribbons
  • Country/ Organization: Great Britain