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Australian WW1 medal trio. 13/Bn. Wounded Gallipoli. AIF

Australian WW1 medal trio. 13/Bn. Wounded Gallipoli. AIF

Australian WW1 medal trio. 13/Bn. Wounded Gallipoli. AIF

Australian WW1 medal trio. 13/Bn. Wounded Gallipoli. AIF

Australian WW1 medal trio. 13/Bn. Wounded Gallipoli. AIF

Australian WW1 medal trio. 13/Bn. Wounded Gallipoli. AIF

Australian WW1 medal trio. 13/Bn. Wounded Gallipoli. AIF

Australian WW1 medal trio. 13/Bn. Wounded Gallipoli. AIF

Australian WW1 medal trio. 13/Bn. Wounded Gallipoli. AIF

Australian WW1 medal trio. On offer is an original WW1 trio. 1914-15 Star, BWM and VM correctly impressed 1446 Pte A R Seguss 13/Bn AIF. Pte Seguss embarked with the 2nd reinforcements 13/Bn. Although he was 2nd reos he would have been at the landing with the original Battalion. He was wounded in action on 3/5/15 (Bomb wound back and forearm). Sydney New South Wales. Tarra Fraser Street, Marrickville, New South Wales. Wife, Mrs M A Seguss, Tarra Fraser Street, Marrickville, New South Wales. 13th Battalion, 2nd Reinforcement. AWM Embarkation Roll number. Unit embarked from Sydney, New South Wales, on board HMAT A48 Seang Bee on. Rank from Nominal Roll. Unit from Nominal Roll. See photos for a better idea of condition. See my other listings for more Militaria. The item “Australian WW1 medal trio. 13/Bn. Wounded Gallipoli. AIF” is in sale since Friday, December 13, 2019. This item is in the category “Collectables\Militaria\1914 – 1918 (WWI)”. The seller is “preece62″ and is located in Victoria. This item can be shipped worldwide.
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  • Country: Australia
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  • Authenticity: Original
  • Era: 1910s

Egypt Sudan 1882-9 Ww1 Lsgc Medal Group Wounded Tamaai Sgt Major Rifle Corps

Egypt Sudan 1882-9 Ww1 Lsgc Medal Group Wounded Tamaai Sgt Major Rifle Corps

Egypt Sudan 1882-9 Ww1 Lsgc Medal Group Wounded Tamaai Sgt Major Rifle Corps

Egypt Sudan 1882-9 Ww1 Lsgc Medal Group Wounded Tamaai Sgt Major Rifle Corps

Egypt Sudan 1882-9 Ww1 Lsgc Medal Group Wounded Tamaai Sgt Major Rifle Corps

Egypt Sudan 1882-9 Ww1 Lsgc Medal Group Wounded Tamaai Sgt Major Rifle Corps

Egypt Sudan 1882-9 Ww1 Lsgc Medal Group Wounded Tamaai Sgt Major Rifle Corps

Egypt Sudan 1882-9 Ww1 Lsgc Medal Group Wounded Tamaai Sgt Major Rifle Corps

Egypt Sudan 1882-9 Ww1 Lsgc Medal Group Wounded Tamaai Sgt Major Rifle Corps

Egypt Sudan 1882-9 Ww1 Lsgc Medal Group Wounded Tamaai Sgt Major Rifle Corps

Egypt Sudan 1882-9 Ww1 Lsgc Medal Group Wounded Tamaai Sgt Major Rifle Corps

THE EGYPT AND SUDAN CASUALTY GROUP TO A LONG SERVING REGIMENTAL SERGEANT-MAJOR OF THE KING’S ROYAL RIFLE CORPS, WHO WAS SEVERELY WOUNDED AT THE. OF TAMAAI ON 13 MARCH 1884. ALSO SERVED IN THE 1. BOER WAR AND EGYPT 1882 CAMPAIGN. EGYPT AND SUDAN 1882-9, DATED REVERSE, 3 CLASPS, TEL-EL-KEBIR, SUAKIN 1884, EL-TEB_TAMAAI 4220. BRITISH WAR MEDAL 1914-20 R-5733 W. MIL:S:MAJ: C. KHEDIVE’S STAR 1882, unnamed as issued. Charles Duffin , aged 18, from Hythe, Kent, enlisted into the 76. Dec 1879, he transferred to the 3. Kings Royal Rifle Corps. He was promoted Corporal in June 1882, Lance Sergeant June 1885, Sergeant June 1886, Colour Sergeant in August 1886, Sergeant Major (Militia) Oct 1896 and Sergeant Major (WO) on 1. Nov 1880 until 22. Feb 1882, therefore taking part in the 1. Boer War, the 3/60. Being noted in particular for the battle of. He further served in. Feb 1882 until July 1882. July 1882 until May 1884 ; including the. He further served in Cyrus and. Feb 1885 until Dec 1891, the rest of his service being at home. Duffin is noted as being severely wounded in action at the battle of Tamaai (gunshot wound to left thigh). Here he was one of 214 British casualties that day and one of just 5 to the Rifle Corps. For the British, this was the costliest in casualties of all the battles of the. A local newspaper also notes. Sergeant Major Duffin, now aged 50, was discharged at Woolwich on 24. His conduct unsurprisingly, was noted as exemplary, his service 32 years and confirms all awards/clasps. At the outbreak of WW1, Duffin reenlisted with the Rifles for a year on 10. October 1914, though in the event he was not discharged until 18. June 1918, by which time he was Regimental Sergeant Major. Reason given; age and defective memory. His entire service was at home during the Great War and was. Entitled to the BWM only (MIC confirms). Condition GF/VF a little polished and usual pitting on. Last part of naming of Regt on 1. Two from largely lost from contact with Star, rest of naming on these two and BWM fine; areas effected noted as. A good group to a long serving Sergeant Major of the Rifle Corps who would have seen a great deal of action. Additionally a very scarce casualty to the Rifles for the battle of Tamaai. The following is from A Brief History of the Regiment. The 3rd Battalion, under Lieutenant-Colonel Cromer Ashburnham, remained in South Africa, and was quartered at Pietermaritzburg, when in January, 1881, the Boers, under Joubert, invaded Natal. Major-General Sir George Colley, the High Commissioner and Commander. In-Chief, having assembled at. A small force, which included the 3rd Battalion, advanced and attacked the Boers on the 28th in position at Laing’s Nek. Battalion in part covered the left flank, and in part formed a reserve to the assaulting column. The attack was repulsed with heavy loss, and the Battalion covered the retreat, but did not lose many men. On the 25th of January the 2nd Battalion arrived from. In a state of the highest efficiency after its successful experience in the Afghan War. It marched forthwith to join headquarters at. Where it remained until the armistice in March. 8th, 1881, The Boers, as a result of their victory at Laing’s Nek, made a desperate eriort to sever the communications between Coney’s force at Mount Prospect, and the advanced base at. The General accordingly took prompt steps to avert this catastrophe, and thus. It came about that on the 8th of February was fought on the. An action as glorious as any in the history of the 60th. Colley, with two 9-pounder R. Guns, thirty-eight men of the Mounted Infantry, and five companies of the 3rd Battalion, under Ashburnham, marched early on the 8th from Prospect upon Newcastle, crossed the Ingogo River, and, on ascending the heights beyond, was attacked from all sides shortly before noon. The British position was a plateau covered with short grass, rocks, and boulders; whereas the kloofs and slopes occupied by the Boers were also not only strewn with rocks, but overgrown with. Long grass, which being three and four feet high afforded excellent cover. The troops, though completely surrounded, maintained the fight for nearly seven hours, until at last, in the gloom of approaching night and a heavy thunderstorm, the fire ceased and the enemy sullenly withdrew. The Battalion had lost five out of thirteen officers, and 119 out of 295 other ranks; of I Company only one officer and thirteen men were left, but nowhere had the enemy gained ground. The survivors, without food or water, and with ammunition running short. But with courage and discipline still unshaken, then faced the last ordeal of that long day. Little could be done for the wounded, except to collect and leave them with the chaplain, the doctor, and a few other non-combatants; and then, in drenching rain and darkness only broken by flashes of lightning, the few remaining horses were hooked into the guns, and the little force moved silently across the veldt to the river, which was in flood, and had to be forded breast high. So slippery was the ground from the rain that the horses could not draw the guns ; this for the last few miles was done by the Riflemen. At 8.30 a. Prospect Camp was reached after a peculiarly strenuous test of the courage and endurance of the troops. “The conduct of all ranks throughout this trying day was admirable, ” wrote Sir George Colley in his despatch. The comparatively young soldiers of the 60th Rifles behaved with the steadiness and coolness of veterans. At all times perfectly in hand, they held or changed their ground as directed without hurry or confusion ; though under heavy fire, themselves fired steadily, husbanding their ammunition and at the end of the day, with sadly reduced numbers formed and moved off the ground with the most perfect steadiness and order; and, finally, after eighteen hours of continuous fatigue, readily and I cheerfully attached themselves to the guns, and I dragged them up the long hill from the Ingogo, when the horses were unable to do so. On the night of the 26th of February Sir George Colley decided to seize Majuba Hill by a night march Feb. A hazardous undertaking which was ably executed. The following day the Boers in three assaulting columns, covered by the rifle fire of their largely superior force. Carried the mountain with splendid gallantry, and completely defeated the small British force of 414 soldiers and sailors. Two companies of the 3rd Battalion were posted upon the lower spurs of the mountain, and with a third company sent out later with ammunition they covered. The retreat, but were only slightly engaged. The brave and accomplished Colley dauntless to the end died a soldier’s death upon the summit of the mountain, and deplorable indeed was the loss in officers and men of the force engaged. A peace insisted upon by the British Government brought this unhappy campaign to a close little to the satisfaction of the troops concerned. The 3rd Battalion, under Colonel Ashburnham, had been moved from. When the outbreak of hostilities in. Caused it to be despatched with the 38th Regiment to. On the 18th of July, shortly after the bombardment of. It landed while the city was still in flames, and formed part of the advanced force under Major-General Sir Archibald Alison. A portion of the Battalion took part with the Mounted Infantry, on the 22nd of July, in the first engagement of the campaign at Mallaha Junction, eight miles from. And again in the reconnaissance in force on. The 5th August near Ramleh. On August the 18th, upon the arrival of Sir Garnet Wolseley, it embarked for. And took part in the actions of Tel-el-Mahuta on the 25th, and Kassassin on the 9th of September, when the enemy, about 13,000 strong, was completely defeated. Ashburnham, which had been organised for the night. March of the 12th-13th September and the assault of the lines of Te-el-Kebir at daylight. The Brigade forming the support of the Highland Brigade closed up at the beginning of the battle as day began to dawn, and gave a timely assistance in the assault of the enemy’s lines. The Battalion in two lines pressed eagerly forward with its accustomed dash, and entered. The Egyptian works at about the centre of the position, where Major Cramer, second in Command, was wounded, and had his horse shot under him. After an ebb and flow of strenuous bayonet fighting the enemy gave way on all sides, and, suffering great losses, were. Broken and dispersed in headlong flight. Was captured, and the war ended, upon which the Battalion formed part of the army of occupation. In February, 1884, the Battalion, under Ashburnham, was ordered to Suakim, where it served in a Brigade under that distinguished Rifleman, Major- General Sir Redvers Buller, as part of General Sir Gerald Graham’s force. On the 29th of February it took part in the defeat of the Dervishes at El Teb, and on the 13th of March it was present at the critical battle of Tamai. The troops were in two squares, one under Sir Gerald Graham, commanding the force, the other under Buller. Graham’s square was broken, and in the confusion some of its men poured a volley into Buller’s, causing one face to run in. Sir Redvers at once rode outside the square, and, with great coolness, rallied his men. By restoring the formation he undoubtedly staved off a terrible disaster, for, had the square been really broken, nothing could have saved. This action ended the Campaign. 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 EGYPT SUDAN ZULU AFGHANISTAN ASHANTEE SOUTH AFRICA KILLED WOUNDED 1879 1880 1881 1882 1884 1885 1899 PIRATES WW1 ROYAL NAVAL NAVY ARMY BRIGADE AWARD CAPTAIN COMMANDER LIEUTENANT OFFICER. NAPOLEONIC NAPOLEON 1793 NELSON WELLINGTON WATERLOO KILLED WOUNDED 1815 INDIAN MUTINY. The item “EGYPT SUDAN 1882-9 WW1 LSGC MEDAL GROUP WOUNDED TAMAAI SGT MAJOR RIFLE CORPS” is in sale since Monday, December 9, 2019. This item is in the category “Collectables\Militaria\19th Century (1800-1899)\Medals/ Ribbons”. The seller is “albatrosj1″ and is located in SCOTLAND. This item can be shipped worldwide.

Australian WW1 medal trio. 13/Bn. Wounded Gallipoli. Original lander 25/4/15 AIF

Australian WW1 medal trio. 13/Bn. Wounded Gallipoli. Original lander 25/4/15 AIF

Australian WW1 medal trio. 13/Bn. Wounded Gallipoli. Original lander 25/4/15 AIF

Australian WW1 medal trio. 13/Bn. Wounded Gallipoli. Original lander 25/4/15 AIF

Australian WW1 medal trio. 13/Bn. Wounded Gallipoli. Original lander 25/4/15 AIF

Australian WW1 medal trio. 13/Bn. Wounded Gallipoli. Original lander 25/4/15 AIF

Australian WW1 medal trio. 13/Bn. Wounded Gallipoli. Original lander 25/4/15 AIF

Australian WW1 medal trio. 13/Bn. Wounded Gallipoli. Original lander 25/4/15 AIF

Australian WW1 medal trio. 13/Bn. Wounded Gallipoli. Original lander 25/4/15 AIF

Australian WW1 group of 3. On offer is an original WW1 trio. 1914-15 Star, BWM and VM correctly imporessed 817 Pte J M Allard 13/Bn AIF. Pte Allard embarked with the original H Company 13/Bn. He was wounded in action on 2/5/15. Failford New South Wales. Failford, New South Wales. Father, H F Allard, Failford, Ballamba River, New South Wales. Date of enlistment from Nominal Roll. 13th Battalion, H Company. AWM Embarkation Roll number. Unit embarked from Melbourne, Victoria, on board Transport A38 Ulysses on. Rank from Nominal Roll. Unit from Nominal Roll. See photos for a better idea of condition. See my other listings for more Militaria. The item “Australian WW1 medal trio. 13/Bn. Wounded Gallipoli. Original lander 25/4/15 AIF” is in sale since Friday, December 6, 2019. This item is in the category “Collectables\Militaria\1914 – 1918 (WWI)”. The seller is “preece62″ and is located in Victoria. This item can be shipped worldwide.
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  • Country: Australia
  • Product Type: Medals
  • Authenticity: Original
  • Era: 1910s

Ww1 British Army 1918 Military Medal Group Wounded In Action 138464 Gnr Carter

Ww1 British Army 1918 Military Medal Group Wounded In Action 138464 Gnr Carter

Ww1 British Army 1918 Military Medal Group Wounded In Action 138464 Gnr Carter

Ww1 British Army 1918 Military Medal Group Wounded In Action 138464 Gnr Carter

Ww1 British Army 1918 Military Medal Group Wounded In Action 138464 Gnr Carter

Ww1 British Army 1918 Military Medal Group Wounded In Action 138464 Gnr Carter

Ww1 British Army 1918 Military Medal Group Wounded In Action 138464 Gnr Carter

Ww1 British Army 1918 Military Medal Group Wounded In Action 138464 Gnr Carter

Ww1 British Army 1918 Military Medal Group Wounded In Action 138464 Gnr Carter

Ww1 British Army 1918 Military Medal Group Wounded In Action 138464 Gnr Carter

Ww1 British Army 1918 Military Medal Group Wounded In Action 138464 Gnr Carter

WW1 British Army 1918′Michael Offensive’ Military Medal group to Gunner Carter, who was subsequently wounded in action. WW1 Military Medal G. V. R, impressed named 138464 GNR: F. War Medal & Victory Medal impressed named 138464 GNR. WW2 Defence Medal, un-named as issued. King George VI Special Constabulary Long Service Medal, impressed named FRANK CARTER. Comes with copies of medal index card, medal roll, MM medal index card, London Gazette, copy of newspaper article and basic research. Frank Carter landed France & Flanders post 1916. From Derby and was attached to the 277th Artillery Brigade. He was Wounded in Action 1918. (As per the war office list 7th Aug 1918). The 277th Brigade was attached to Army Field Artillery Brigade at the time of MM and WIA. MM Gazette 6/8/1918 Schedule number 173962. This is the fourth main gazette carrying awards for March and April 1918 given for the German Offensive on the western front. The dates covered by this gazette are from the 1st day of the offensive 21st March Mid April 1918. 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 “WW1 BRITISH ARMY 1918 MILITARY MEDAL GROUP WOUNDED IN ACTION 138464 GNR CARTER” is in sale since Saturday, October 19, 2019. 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.
  • Campaign: World War I
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  • Country: ENGLAND
  • Product Type: Medals
  • Authenticity: Original
  • Era: 1900s

Ww1 Dso MID & China 1900 Medal Group Twice Wounded Dso For Gallantry

Ww1 Dso MID & China 1900 Medal Group Twice Wounded Dso For Gallantry

Ww1 Dso MID & China 1900 Medal Group Twice Wounded Dso For Gallantry

Ww1 Dso MID & China 1900 Medal Group Twice Wounded Dso For Gallantry

Ww1 Dso MID & China 1900 Medal Group Twice Wounded Dso For Gallantry

Ww1 Dso MID & China 1900 Medal Group Twice Wounded Dso For Gallantry

Ww1 Dso MID & China 1900 Medal Group Twice Wounded Dso For Gallantry

Ww1 Dso MID & China 1900 Medal Group Twice Wounded Dso For Gallantry

Ww1 Dso MID & China 1900 Medal Group Twice Wounded Dso For Gallantry

Ww1 Dso MID & China 1900 Medal Group Twice Wounded Dso For Gallantry

Ww1 Dso MID & China 1900 Medal Group Twice Wounded Dso For Gallantry

Ww1 Dso MID & China 1900 Medal Group Twice Wounded Dso For Gallantry

FRONTIER FORCE DCO GROUP TO A MAJOR WITH A FIGHTING CITATION FOR SANNAYAT 1917. INITIALLY ASSISTANT COMMANDANT OF THE GIGIT SCOUTS, WITH HIS REGIMENT, THE 51ST SIKHS, HE TOOK PART IN THE RELIEF OF KUT, CAPTURE OF. PRIOR TO WW1, HE SERVED IN. 1900, HIS REGIMENT BEING THE FIRST TO RELIEVE THE LEGATIONS DEFENDERS. HE FURTHER SAW ACTION AGAINST THE DARWESH KHEL WAZIRIS, NORTHWEST FRONTIER IN 1902. ENTITLED TO MILITARY ORDER OF THE DRAGON. DISTINGUISHED SERVICE ORDER, GEORGE V. WAR MEDAL 1900, 1 CLASP – RELIEF OF. BRITISH WAR MEDAL MAJ. VICTORY MEDAL WITH MID OAK LEAF MAJ. AND DELHI DURBAR MEDAL 1911, SILVER GRADE (UNNAMED). Alexander Gallwey Shea was born in. 23-6-1880, the son of Henry John Francis Shea, who was an officer (Colonel) in the Royal Artillery, born in. And Isabella Louisa Stuart. Until he was 10 years old, when he was sent to the. 1891 finds him at the Summerfield prep school in Summertown, North of Oxford, England. Shea was a gentleman cadet and graduated from the. Receiving his first rank and commission as a 2nd Lieutenant and placed on the unattached list, with a view to appointment to the Indian Staff Corps, effective 25-1-1899. He was named a 2nd Lt. In the Indian Army on 21-4-1900 and went to. With the 7th Rajput regiment. He earned the China War medal with clasp “Relief of Pekin” He was also awarded the Military order of the Dragon, but sadly, this medal is not part of his group. Campaign, the 7th Rajputs were involved in heavy fighting leading up to the relief of. Indeed they were the first regiment to break through and relieve the Legations defenders. George & the Chinese Dragon by Lt-Col Vaughan of 7th Rajputs, gives a good account of the regiments service during the Boxer Rebellion (Copy on CD included). Shea further served on the Northwest frontier in 1902 in operations against the Darwesh Khel Waziris, and was made full Lieutenant 6-4-1903. He served with the 51st Sikhs (Frontier Force) and was promoted Captain 25-1-1908. He attended the Dehli Durbar in 1911 with a contingent from the 51st (medal). In 1914 he was still serving in the 51st, attached as Assistant Commandant to the Gilgit Scouts who were a part of the Frontier Corps. The 51st went to. In November 1914 to assist in the. He continued to serve with with the 51st Sikhs through September 1915 when he was promoted Major. In November 1915, they were sent to. Major Shea served with distinction in the Mesopotamian theatre, participating in the Relief of Kut, and the Capture of Baghdad. On the Sannayat front he was slightly wounded on 25-10-16. He had to go to hospital in Amara for X-ray treatment as a result. On 22-2-1917, the British attacked the Turks in an attempt to cut off a large force. This was later known as the 2nd. The 51st Sikhs were tasked with pinning down the Ottoman reserves. They staged this attack with the 1st Seaforths, and 92nd Punjabis and received fierce counter fire in response. Major Shea was severely wounded while leading his 51st Sikhs who suffered 80 casualties that day. The Turks broke off when ordered to retreat toward. Shea also served in the Battles of Istabulat, Daur, and Tikrit. Shea was mentioned in dispatches and received the BWM and MID oakleaf to his Victory medal. He was awarded the Distinguished Service Order Gazetted LG 28-8-1917. Sheas 1935 obituary in the The Irish Times gives an account of his service and details of what was clearly a fighting D. He won a particularly good D. At Sannayat in 1917 for conspicuous gallantry, and fine leadership in the assault on the enemy’s trenches, when he took his company through the enemy’s second line, and held onto his objective, even though the line on his right had withdrawn and exposed his flank. He was severely wounded, but remained in command, and continued to show an example of courage and resource, enabling the line to be reestablished. Major Shea did not accompany them. He was listed as Temporary Lt. 24-2-1918 in that year’s list. He had been attached 19-2-1918 to the HQ Staff of the Army in. As Assistant Adjutant General under Brigadier General H. He served for four years at HQ, was given a Brevet Lt. Colonelcy 3-5-1921, and specially selected to command the 3/19 Hyderabad Regiment around 1922. One week after this promotion he married Margaretta Victoria Elizabeth Holland in. She was a native of. Gloucestershire, and her father Thomas Holland was employed by the Geological Survey of India. He was subsequently nominated as G. Meerut District, but ill health, which compelled him to retire cut short a career which showed great promise. He was transferred to the unemployed list in August 1927, and retired a Lt. His elder brother was also a British Indian army officer named General Sir John Stuart Mackenzie Shea, GCB, KCMG, DSO. He won the DSO leading Australians against Jan Smuts laager, in the Boer war, and was commander of the 60th 2/2. During the Great war. He bears the distinction of being the General who on 9-12-1917 received the keys to the city of. In a symbolic act of surrender by the mayor of. Lieutenant Colonel Shea died on 24-4-1935 in Clifden. A brother officer wrote. Not only many soldiers of all ranks in India, but many wild tribesman from Waziristan to Gilgit, will hear with regret of the death at the age of 54, of Lt. Of Ardagh Lodge, County Gallway. Known as “Tim” Shea on the Northwest Frontier, where he spent most of his service. His most important work was 6 years with the. Militia, and 3 years with the Gilgit Scouts where he was also Special Political Assistant for Gupis district. His fine presence, sympathetic but strong personality, and remarkable linguistic aptitude, combined to make him an ideal officer for such work. This is Sheas full medal entitlement, he was not present. In Operations on the Northwest frontier in 1902 that entitlement him to the Indian General Service medal with. 1919 Army List confirms. 1902. Operations against the Darwesh Khel Waziris. The War of 1914-9. Despatches, Lond. 17 and 28 July 19. Condition, light contact, NEF. A superb group with much research potential. Accompanied by copies of his London Gazette and Edinburgh Gazette announcements, the Delhi Dunbar Medal Roll 1911 and, extracts from 51. War Diary, Order of the Dragon Roll entry , assorted research papers, copy of St. George & the Chinese Dragon on CD etc. 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 DSO MID & CHINA 1900 MEDAL GROUP TWICE WOUNDED DSO FOR GALLANTRY” is in sale since Sunday, November 10, 2019. 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.

Egypt Sudan 1882-9 Ww1 Lsgc Medal Group Wounded Tamaai Sgt Major Rifle Corps

Egypt Sudan 1882-9 Ww1 Lsgc Medal Group Wounded Tamaai Sgt Major Rifle Corps

Egypt Sudan 1882-9 Ww1 Lsgc Medal Group Wounded Tamaai Sgt Major Rifle Corps

Egypt Sudan 1882-9 Ww1 Lsgc Medal Group Wounded Tamaai Sgt Major Rifle Corps

Egypt Sudan 1882-9 Ww1 Lsgc Medal Group Wounded Tamaai Sgt Major Rifle Corps

Egypt Sudan 1882-9 Ww1 Lsgc Medal Group Wounded Tamaai Sgt Major Rifle Corps

Egypt Sudan 1882-9 Ww1 Lsgc Medal Group Wounded Tamaai Sgt Major Rifle Corps

Egypt Sudan 1882-9 Ww1 Lsgc Medal Group Wounded Tamaai Sgt Major Rifle Corps

Egypt Sudan 1882-9 Ww1 Lsgc Medal Group Wounded Tamaai Sgt Major Rifle Corps

Egypt Sudan 1882-9 Ww1 Lsgc Medal Group Wounded Tamaai Sgt Major Rifle Corps

Egypt Sudan 1882-9 Ww1 Lsgc Medal Group Wounded Tamaai Sgt Major Rifle Corps

THE EGYPT AND SUDAN CASUALTY GROUP TO A LONG SERVING REGIMENTAL SERGEANT-MAJOR OF THE KING’S ROYAL RIFLE CORPS, WHO WAS SEVERELY WOUNDED AT THE. OF TAMAAI ON 13 MARCH 1884. ALSO SERVED IN THE 1. BOER WAR AND EGYPT 1882 CAMPAIGN. EGYPT AND SUDAN 1882-9, DATED REVERSE, 3 CLASPS, TEL-EL-KEBIR, SUAKIN 1884, EL-TEB_TAMAAI 4220. BRITISH WAR MEDAL 1914-20 R-5733 W. MIL:S:MAJ: C. KHEDIVE’S STAR 1882, unnamed as issued. Charles Duffin , aged 18, from Hythe, Kent, enlisted into the 76. Dec 1879, he transferred to the 3. Kings Royal Rifle Corps. He was promoted Corporal in June 1882, Lance Sergeant June 1885, Sergeant June 1886, Colour Sergeant in August 1886, Sergeant Major (Militia) Oct 1896 and Sergeant Major (WO) on 1. Nov 1880 until 22. Feb 1882, therefore taking part in the 1. Boer War, the 3/60. Being noted in particular for the battle of. He further served in. Feb 1882 until July 1882. July 1882 until May 1884 ; including the. He further served in Cyrus and. Feb 1885 until Dec 1891, the rest of his service being at home. Duffin is noted as being severely wounded in action at the battle of Tamaai (gunshot wound to left thigh). Here he was one of 214 British casualties that day and one of just 5 to the Rifle Corps. For the British, this was the costliest in casualties of all the battles of the. A local newspaper also notes. Sergeant Major Duffin, now aged 50, was discharged at Woolwich on 24. His conduct unsurprisingly, was noted as exemplary, his service 32 years and confirms all awards/clasps. At the outbreak of WW1, Duffin reenlisted with the Rifles for a year on 10. October 1914, though in the event he was not discharged until 18. June 1918, by which time he was Regimental Sergeant Major. Reason given; age and defective memory. His entire service was at home during the Great War and was. Entitled to the BWM only (MIC confirms). Condition GF/VF a little polished and usual pitting on. Last part of naming of Regt on 1. Two from largely lost from contact with Star, rest of naming on these two and BWM fine; areas effected noted as. A good group to a long serving Sergeant Major of the Rifle Corps who would have seen a great deal of action. Additionally a very scarce casualty to the Rifles for the battle of Tamaai. The following is from A Brief History of the Regiment. The 3rd Battalion, under Lieutenant-Colonel Cromer Ashburnham, remained in South Africa, and was quartered at Pietermaritzburg, when in January, 1881, the Boers, under Joubert, invaded Natal. Major-General Sir George Colley, the High Commissioner and Commander. In-Chief, having assembled at. A small force, which included the 3rd Battalion, advanced and attacked the Boers on the 28th in position at Laing’s Nek. Battalion in part covered the left flank, and in part formed a reserve to the assaulting column. The attack was repulsed with heavy loss, and the Battalion covered the retreat, but did not lose many men. On the 25th of January the 2nd Battalion arrived from. In a state of the highest efficiency after its successful experience in the Afghan War. It marched forthwith to join headquarters at. Where it remained until the armistice in March. 8th, 1881, The Boers, as a result of their victory at Laing’s Nek, made a desperate eriort to sever the communications between Coney’s force at Mount Prospect, and the advanced base at. The General accordingly took prompt steps to avert this catastrophe, and thus. It came about that on the 8th of February was fought on the. An action as glorious as any in the history of the 60th. Colley, with two 9-pounder R. Guns, thirty-eight men of the Mounted Infantry, and five companies of the 3rd Battalion, under Ashburnham, marched early on the 8th from Prospect upon Newcastle, crossed the Ingogo River, and, on ascending the heights beyond, was attacked from all sides shortly before noon. The British position was a plateau covered with short grass, rocks, and boulders; whereas the kloofs and slopes occupied by the Boers were also not only strewn with rocks, but overgrown with. Long grass, which being three and four feet high afforded excellent cover. The troops, though completely surrounded, maintained the fight for nearly seven hours, until at last, in the gloom of approaching night and a heavy thunderstorm, the fire ceased and the enemy sullenly withdrew. The Battalion had lost five out of thirteen officers, and 119 out of 295 other ranks; of I Company only one officer and thirteen men were left, but nowhere had the enemy gained ground. The survivors, without food or water, and with ammunition running short. But with courage and discipline still unshaken, then faced the last ordeal of that long day. Little could be done for the wounded, except to collect and leave them with the chaplain, the doctor, and a few other non-combatants; and then, in drenching rain and darkness only broken by flashes of lightning, the few remaining horses were hooked into the guns, and the little force moved silently across the veldt to the river, which was in flood, and had to be forded breast high. So slippery was the ground from the rain that the horses could not draw the guns ; this for the last few miles was done by the Riflemen. At 8.30 a. Prospect Camp was reached after a peculiarly strenuous test of the courage and endurance of the troops. “The conduct of all ranks throughout this trying day was admirable, ” wrote Sir George Colley in his despatch. The comparatively young soldiers of the 60th Rifles behaved with the steadiness and coolness of veterans. At all times perfectly in hand, they held or changed their ground as directed without hurry or confusion ; though under heavy fire, themselves fired steadily, husbanding their ammunition and at the end of the day, with sadly reduced numbers formed and moved off the ground with the most perfect steadiness and order; and, finally, after eighteen hours of continuous fatigue, readily and I cheerfully attached themselves to the guns, and I dragged them up the long hill from the Ingogo, when the horses were unable to do so. On the night of the 26th of February Sir George Colley decided to seize Majuba Hill by a night march Feb. A hazardous undertaking which was ably executed. The following day the Boers in three assaulting columns, covered by the rifle fire of their largely superior force. Carried the mountain with splendid gallantry, and completely defeated the small British force of 414 soldiers and sailors. Two companies of the 3rd Battalion were posted upon the lower spurs of the mountain, and with a third company sent out later with ammunition they covered. The retreat, but were only slightly engaged. The brave and accomplished Colley dauntless to the end died a soldier’s death upon the summit of the mountain, and deplorable indeed was the loss in officers and men of the force engaged. A peace insisted upon by the British Government brought this unhappy campaign to a close little to the satisfaction of the troops concerned. The 3rd Battalion, under Colonel Ashburnham, had been moved from. When the outbreak of hostilities in. Caused it to be despatched with the 38th Regiment to. On the 18th of July, shortly after the bombardment of. It landed while the city was still in flames, and formed part of the advanced force under Major-General Sir Archibald Alison. A portion of the Battalion took part with the Mounted Infantry, on the 22nd of July, in the first engagement of the campaign at Mallaha Junction, eight miles from. And again in the reconnaissance in force on. The 5th August near Ramleh. On August the 18th, upon the arrival of Sir Garnet Wolseley, it embarked for. And took part in the actions of Tel-el-Mahuta on the 25th, and Kassassin on the 9th of September, when the enemy, about 13,000 strong, was completely defeated. Ashburnham, which had been organised for the night. March of the 12th-13th September and the assault of the lines of Te-el-Kebir at daylight. The Brigade forming the support of the Highland Brigade closed up at the beginning of the battle as day began to dawn, and gave a timely assistance in the assault of the enemy’s lines. The Battalion in two lines pressed eagerly forward with its accustomed dash, and entered. The Egyptian works at about the centre of the position, where Major Cramer, second in Command, was wounded, and had his horse shot under him. After an ebb and flow of strenuous bayonet fighting the enemy gave way on all sides, and, suffering great losses, were. Broken and dispersed in headlong flight. Was captured, and the war ended, upon which the Battalion formed part of the army of occupation. In February, 1884, the Battalion, under Ashburnham, was ordered to Suakim, where it served in a Brigade under that distinguished Rifleman, Major- General Sir Redvers Buller, as part of General Sir Gerald Graham’s force. On the 29th of February it took part in the defeat of the Dervishes at El Teb, and on the 13th of March it was present at the critical battle of Tamai. The troops were in two squares, one under Sir Gerald Graham, commanding the force, the other under Buller. Graham’s square was broken, and in the confusion some of its men poured a volley into Buller’s, causing one face to run in. Sir Redvers at once rode outside the square, and, with great coolness, rallied his men. By restoring the formation he undoubtedly staved off a terrible disaster, for, had the square been really broken, nothing could have saved. This action ended the Campaign. 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 EGYPT SUDAN ZULU AFGHANISTAN ASHANTEE SOUTH AFRICA KILLED WOUNDED 1879 1880 1881 1882 1884 1885 1899 PIRATES WW1 ROYAL NAVAL NAVY ARMY BRIGADE AWARD CAPTAIN COMMANDER LIEUTENANT OFFICER. NAPOLEONIC NAPOLEON 1793 NELSON WELLINGTON WATERLOO KILLED WOUNDED 1815 INDIAN MUTINY. The item “EGYPT SUDAN 1882-9 WW1 LSGC MEDAL GROUP WOUNDED TAMAAI SGT MAJOR RIFLE CORPS” is in sale since Sunday, October 20, 2019. 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Ww2 British Army Officers Medal Group Wounded 1945 Tromans Ramc

Ww2 British Army Officers Medal Group Wounded 1945 Tromans Ramc

Ww2 British Army Officers Medal Group Wounded 1945 Tromans Ramc

Ww2 British Army Officers Medal Group Wounded 1945 Tromans Ramc

Ww2 British Army Officers Medal Group Wounded 1945 Tromans Ramc

Ww2 British Army Officers Medal Group Wounded 1945 Tromans Ramc

Ww2 British Army Officers Medal Group Wounded 1945 Tromans Ramc

JB Military Antiques Offered is an original WW2 British Army Officers Medal group of 6 to Captain Tromans, Royal Army Medical Corps. Wounded in Action 1945. With Silver Kings Badge, all in original wax paper and card box. 1939-45 Star; Africa Star, Clasp 8th Army; Italy Star; War Medal & Defence Medal. All unnamed as issued. Long Service Good Conduct Medal, Regular Army (King George VI), impressed named to Capt CQM. All in original wax paper, cardboard box; Silver Kings Badge for WIA. Comeswith copies Army List 1944, London Gazette for LSGC 1948. Tromans was granted an emergency commission 15/3/1944 as Lt Quarter Master RAMC. He is recorded as wounded 1/8/1945 Dangerously ill. London Gazette 9/4/1948 for Long Service Good Conduct Medal Captain Quarter Master A. We list militaria and coins weekly. 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. 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 “WW2 BRITISH ARMY OFFICERS MEDAL GROUP WOUNDED 1945 TROMANS RAMC” is in sale since Saturday, September 28, 2019. This item is in the category “Collectables\Militaria\1939 – 1945 (WWII)”. The seller is “jb_military_antiques_14″ and is located in 2/135 Russell St, Morley, Perth, WA. This item can be shipped worldwide.
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  • Country: Britain
  • Authenticity: Original

Egypt Sudan 1882-9 Ww1 Lsgc Medal Group Wounded Tamaai Sgt Major Rifle Corps

Egypt Sudan 1882-9 Ww1 Lsgc Medal Group Wounded Tamaai Sgt Major Rifle Corps

Egypt Sudan 1882-9 Ww1 Lsgc Medal Group Wounded Tamaai Sgt Major Rifle Corps

Egypt Sudan 1882-9 Ww1 Lsgc Medal Group Wounded Tamaai Sgt Major Rifle Corps

Egypt Sudan 1882-9 Ww1 Lsgc Medal Group Wounded Tamaai Sgt Major Rifle Corps

Egypt Sudan 1882-9 Ww1 Lsgc Medal Group Wounded Tamaai Sgt Major Rifle Corps

Egypt Sudan 1882-9 Ww1 Lsgc Medal Group Wounded Tamaai Sgt Major Rifle Corps

Egypt Sudan 1882-9 Ww1 Lsgc Medal Group Wounded Tamaai Sgt Major Rifle Corps

Egypt Sudan 1882-9 Ww1 Lsgc Medal Group Wounded Tamaai Sgt Major Rifle Corps

Egypt Sudan 1882-9 Ww1 Lsgc Medal Group Wounded Tamaai Sgt Major Rifle Corps

Egypt Sudan 1882-9 Ww1 Lsgc Medal Group Wounded Tamaai Sgt Major Rifle Corps

THE EGYPT AND SUDAN CASUALTY GROUP TO A LONG SERVING REGIMENTAL SERGEANT-MAJOR OF THE KING’S ROYAL RIFLE CORPS, WHO WAS SEVERELY WOUNDED AT THE. OF TAMAAI ON 13 MARCH 1884. ALSO SERVED IN THE 1. BOER WAR AND EGYPT 1882 CAMPAIGN. EGYPT AND SUDAN 1882-9, DATED REVERSE, 3 CLASPS, TEL-EL-KEBIR, SUAKIN 1884, EL-TEB_TAMAAI 4220. BRITISH WAR MEDAL 1914-20 R-5733 W. MIL:S:MAJ: C. KHEDIVE’S STAR 1882, unnamed as issued. Charles Duffin , aged 18, from Hythe, Kent, enlisted into the 76. Dec 1879, he transferred to the 3. Kings Royal Rifle Corps. He was promoted Corporal in June 1882, Lance Sergeant June 1885, Sergeant June 1886, Colour Sergeant in August 1886, Sergeant Major (Militia) Oct 1896 and Sergeant Major (WO) on 1. Nov 1880 until 22. Feb 1882, therefore taking part in the 1. Boer War, the 3/60. Being noted in particular for the battle of. He further served in. Feb 1882 until July 1882. July 1882 until May 1884 ; including the. He further served in Cyrus and. Feb 1885 until Dec 1891, the rest of his service being at home. Duffin is noted as being severely wounded in action at the battle of Tamaai (gunshot wound to left thigh). Here he was one of 214 British casualties that day and one of just 5 to the Rifle Corps. For the British, this was the costliest in casualties of all the battles of the. A local newspaper also notes. Sergeant Major Duffin, now aged 50, was discharged at Woolwich on 24. His conduct unsurprisingly, was noted as exemplary, his service 32 years and confirms all awards/clasps. At the outbreak of WW1, Duffin reenlisted with the Rifles for a year on 10. October 1914, though in the event he was not discharged until 18. June 1918, by which time he was Regimental Sergeant Major. Reason given; age and defective memory. His entire service was at home during the Great War and was. Entitled to the BWM only (MIC confirms). Condition GF/VF a little polished and usual pitting on. Last part of naming of Regt on 1. Two from largely lost from contact with Star, rest of naming on these two and BWM fine; areas effected noted as. A good group to a long serving Sergeant Major of the Rifle Corps who would have seen a great deal of action. Additionally a very scarce casualty to the Rifles for the battle of Tamaai. The following is from A Brief History of the Regiment. The 3rd Battalion, under Lieutenant-Colonel Cromer Ashburnham, remained in South Africa, and was quartered at Pietermaritzburg, when in January, 1881, the Boers, under Joubert, invaded Natal. Major-General Sir George Colley, the High Commissioner and Commander. In-Chief, having assembled at. A small force, which included the 3rd Battalion, advanced and attacked the Boers on the 28th in position at Laing’s Nek. Battalion in part covered the left flank, and in part formed a reserve to the assaulting column. The attack was repulsed with heavy loss, and the Battalion covered the retreat, but did not lose many men. On the 25th of January the 2nd Battalion arrived from. In a state of the highest efficiency after its successful experience in the Afghan War. It marched forthwith to join headquarters at. Where it remained until the armistice in March. 8th, 1881, The Boers, as a result of their victory at Laing’s Nek, made a desperate eriort to sever the communications between Coney’s force at Mount Prospect, and the advanced base at. The General accordingly took prompt steps to avert this catastrophe, and thus. It came about that on the 8th of February was fought on the. An action as glorious as any in the history of the 60th. Colley, with two 9-pounder R. Guns, thirty-eight men of the Mounted Infantry, and five companies of the 3rd Battalion, under Ashburnham, marched early on the 8th from Prospect upon Newcastle, crossed the Ingogo River, and, on ascending the heights beyond, was attacked from all sides shortly before noon. The British position was a plateau covered with short grass, rocks, and boulders; whereas the kloofs and slopes occupied by the Boers were also not only strewn with rocks, but overgrown with. Long grass, which being three and four feet high afforded excellent cover. The troops, though completely surrounded, maintained the fight for nearly seven hours, until at last, in the gloom of approaching night and a heavy thunderstorm, the fire ceased and the enemy sullenly withdrew. The Battalion had lost five out of thirteen officers, and 119 out of 295 other ranks; of I Company only one officer and thirteen men were left, but nowhere had the enemy gained ground. The survivors, without food or water, and with ammunition running short. But with courage and discipline still unshaken, then faced the last ordeal of that long day. Little could be done for the wounded, except to collect and leave them with the chaplain, the doctor, and a few other non-combatants; and then, in drenching rain and darkness only broken by flashes of lightning, the few remaining horses were hooked into the guns, and the little force moved silently across the veldt to the river, which was in flood, and had to be forded breast high. So slippery was the ground from the rain that the horses could not draw the guns ; this for the last few miles was done by the Riflemen. At 8.30 a. Prospect Camp was reached after a peculiarly strenuous test of the courage and endurance of the troops. “The conduct of all ranks throughout this trying day was admirable, ” wrote Sir George Colley in his despatch. The comparatively young soldiers of the 60th Rifles behaved with the steadiness and coolness of veterans. At all times perfectly in hand, they held or changed their ground as directed without hurry or confusion ; though under heavy fire, themselves fired steadily, husbanding their ammunition and at the end of the day, with sadly reduced numbers formed and moved off the ground with the most perfect steadiness and order; and, finally, after eighteen hours of continuous fatigue, readily and I cheerfully attached themselves to the guns, and I dragged them up the long hill from the Ingogo, when the horses were unable to do so. On the night of the 26th of February Sir George Colley decided to seize Majuba Hill by a night march Feb. A hazardous undertaking which was ably executed. The following day the Boers in three assaulting columns, covered by the rifle fire of their largely superior force. Carried the mountain with splendid gallantry, and completely defeated the small British force of 414 soldiers and sailors. Two companies of the 3rd Battalion were posted upon the lower spurs of the mountain, and with a third company sent out later with ammunition they covered. The retreat, but were only slightly engaged. The brave and accomplished Colley dauntless to the end died a soldier’s death upon the summit of the mountain, and deplorable indeed was the loss in officers and men of the force engaged. A peace insisted upon by the British Government brought this unhappy campaign to a close little to the satisfaction of the troops concerned. The 3rd Battalion, under Colonel Ashburnham, had been moved from. When the outbreak of hostilities in. Caused it to be despatched with the 38th Regiment to. On the 18th of July, shortly after the bombardment of. It landed while the city was still in flames, and formed part of the advanced force under Major-General Sir Archibald Alison. A portion of the Battalion took part with the Mounted Infantry, on the 22nd of July, in the first engagement of the campaign at Mallaha Junction, eight miles from. And again in the reconnaissance in force on. The 5th August near Ramleh. On August the 18th, upon the arrival of Sir Garnet Wolseley, it embarked for. And took part in the actions of Tel-el-Mahuta on the 25th, and Kassassin on the 9th of September, when the enemy, about 13,000 strong, was completely defeated. Ashburnham, which had been organised for the night. March of the 12th-13th September and the assault of the lines of Te-el-Kebir at daylight. The Brigade forming the support of the Highland Brigade closed up at the beginning of the battle as day began to dawn, and gave a timely assistance in the assault of the enemy’s lines. The Battalion in two lines pressed eagerly forward with its accustomed dash, and entered. The Egyptian works at about the centre of the position, where Major Cramer, second in Command, was wounded, and had his horse shot under him. After an ebb and flow of strenuous bayonet fighting the enemy gave way on all sides, and, suffering great losses, were. Broken and dispersed in headlong flight. Was captured, and the war ended, upon which the Battalion formed part of the army of occupation. In February, 1884, the Battalion, under Ashburnham, was ordered to Suakim, where it served in a Brigade under that distinguished Rifleman, Major- General Sir Redvers Buller, as part of General Sir Gerald Graham’s force. On the 29th of February it took part in the defeat of the Dervishes at El Teb, and on the 13th of March it was present at the critical battle of Tamai. The troops were in two squares, one under Sir Gerald Graham, commanding the force, the other under Buller. Graham’s square was broken, and in the confusion some of its men poured a volley into Buller’s, causing one face to run in. Sir Redvers at once rode outside the square, and, with great coolness, rallied his men. By restoring the formation he undoubtedly staved off a terrible disaster, for, had the square been really broken, nothing could have saved. This action ended the Campaign. 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 EGYPT SUDAN ZULU AFGHANISTAN ASHANTEE SOUTH AFRICA KILLED WOUNDED 1879 1880 1881 1882 1884 1885 1899 PIRATES WW1 ROYAL NAVAL NAVY ARMY BRIGADE AWARD CAPTAIN COMMANDER LIEUTENANT OFFICER. NAPOLEONIC NAPOLEON 1793 NELSON WELLINGTON WATERLOO KILLED WOUNDED 1815 INDIAN MUTINY. The item “EGYPT SUDAN 1882-9 WW1 LSGC MEDAL GROUP WOUNDED TAMAAI SGT MAJOR RIFLE CORPS” is in sale since Friday, September 6, 2019. 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Wwii Japanese Medal Ww2 Battle Wounded Badge Army Soldier War Wound Combat Japan

Wwii Japanese Medal Ww2 Battle Wounded Badge Army Soldier War Wound Combat Japan

Wwii Japanese Medal Ww2 Battle Wounded Badge Army Soldier War Wound Combat Japan

Wwii Japanese Medal Ww2 Battle Wounded Badge Army Soldier War Wound Combat Japan

Wwii Japanese Medal Ww2 Battle Wounded Badge Army Soldier War Wound Combat Japan

Wwii Japanese Medal Ww2 Battle Wounded Badge Army Soldier War Wound Combat Japan

Wwii Japanese Medal Ww2 Battle Wounded Badge Army Soldier War Wound Combat Japan

Wwii Japanese Medal Ww2 Battle Wounded Badge Army Soldier War Wound Combat Japan

Wwii Japanese Medal Ww2 Battle Wounded Badge Army Soldier War Wound Combat Japan

Wwii Japanese Medal Ww2 Battle Wounded Badge Army Soldier War Wound Combat Japan

Wwii Japanese Medal Ww2 Battle Wounded Badge Army Soldier War Wound Combat Japan

Wwii Japanese Medal Ww2 Battle Wounded Badge Army Soldier War Wound Combat Japan

Wwii Japanese Medal Ww2 Battle Wounded Badge Army Soldier War Wound Combat Japan

WWII JAPANESE MEDAL WW2 BATTLE WOUNDED BADGE ARMY SOLDIER WAR WOUND COMBAT JAPAN. 100% ORIGINAL & AUTHENTIC. EXTREMELY RARE BADGE OF THE IMPERIAL JAPANESE WAR WOUNDED SOLDIER’S ASSOCIATION, THIS IS AN EXECUTIVE / OFFICIAL’S BADGE IN EXCELLENT CONDITION. IT WILL MAKE FOR AN INCREDIBLE ADDITION TO YOUR COLLECTION. Listing and template services provided by inkFrog. The item “WWII JAPANESE MEDAL WW2 BATTLE WOUNDED BADGE ARMY SOLDIER WAR WOUND COMBAT JAPAN” is in sale since Wednesday, August 14, 2019. This item is in the category “Collectibles\Militaria\WW II (1939-45)\Original Period Items\Japan\Medals, Pins & Ribbons”. The seller is “happiest1657″ and is located in United States of America. This item can be shipped to United States, Canada, United Kingdom, Germany, France, Australia.
  • Country/Region of Manufacture: Japan
  • ww2 Japanese Army Navy IJN IJA SNLF rare: WWII MEDAL BADGE JAPAN sake cup vintage

Japanese Wounded Soldier Badge & Document Japan Medal Wound Pre Ww2 Wwii War Old

Japanese Wounded Soldier Badge & Document Japan Medal Wound Pre Ww2 Wwii War Old

Japanese Wounded Soldier Badge & Document Japan Medal Wound Pre Ww2 Wwii War Old

Japanese Wounded Soldier Badge & Document Japan Medal Wound Pre Ww2 Wwii War Old

Japanese Wounded Soldier Badge & Document Japan Medal Wound Pre Ww2 Wwii War Old

Japanese Wounded Soldier Badge & Document Japan Medal Wound Pre Ww2 Wwii War Old

Japanese Wounded Soldier Badge & Document Japan Medal Wound Pre Ww2 Wwii War Old

Japanese Wounded Soldier Badge & Document Japan Medal Wound Pre Ww2 Wwii War Old

Japanese Wounded Soldier Badge & Document Japan Medal Wound Pre Ww2 Wwii War Old

Japanese Wounded Soldier Badge & Document Japan Medal Wound Pre Ww2 Wwii War Old

Japanese Wounded Soldier Badge & Document Japan Medal Wound Pre Ww2 Wwii War Old

Japanese Wounded Soldier Badge & Document Japan Medal Wound Pre Ww2 Wwii War Old

Japanese Wounded Soldier Badge & Document Japan Medal Wound Pre Ww2 Wwii War Old

JAPANESE WOUNDED SOLDIER BADGE & DOCUMENT JAPAN MEDAL WOUND PRE WW2 WWII WAR OLD. 100% ORIGINAL & AUTHENTIC. COMBAT WOUNDED SENSHO BADGE. VERY GOOD CONDITION PRE WW2 IMPERIAL JAPANESE WOUNDED SOLDIER’S BADGE AND HIS APPROVAL DOCUMENT. HE WAS AN INFANTRY SOLDIER AND HIS RANK WAS ITTOHEI (PRIVATE FIRST CLASS) AT THE TIME. HIS NAME WAS’TANNO, TOSHIZO’, HE WAS WOUNDED ON THE RIGHT SIDE OF HIS TORSO. HIS WOUNDED SOLDIER NUMBER WAS’13517′. HIS DOCUMENT AND BADGE WAS ISSUED SHOWA 17 (1942) ON MAY 15TH, STAMPED BY THE JAPANESE GOVERNMENT MINISTRY OF HEALTH AND WELFARE. ALL ON THE DOCUMENT IN KANJI. THE BADGE AND DOCUMENTATION ARE WW2 ERA EVEN THOUGH HE WAS WOUNDED IN THE RUSSO-JAPANESE WAR, HE DID NOT APPLY FOR BENEFITS FROM THE GOVERNMENT UNTIL 1942. AN AMAZING ADDITION TO YOUR COLLECTION. Listing and template services provided by inkFrog. The item “JAPANESE WOUNDED SOLDIER BADGE & DOCUMENT JAPAN MEDAL WOUND PRE WW2 WWII WAR OLD” is in sale since Thursday, June 13, 2019. This item is in the category “Collectibles\Militaria\WW II (1939-45)\Original Period Items\Japan\Medals, Pins & Ribbons”. The seller is “happiest1657″ and is located in United States of America. This item can be shipped to United States, Canada, United Kingdom, Germany, France, Australia.
  • Country/Region of Manufacture: Japan
  • Imperial Japanese Army Navy IJN IJA SNLF: PRE WWII MEDAL BADGE SILVER STERLING JAPAN
  • Year: WW2 1940′s WWII WAR MEDAL BADGE