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Napoleonic: Constitution of the Cisalpine Republic, Lyon 1802, by Mercie, silver, 48 mm

Estimate: £200-300

Sold: £400
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France: Commemoration of the Death of Charles Ferdinand, Duc de Berry, 1820, by Gayard, bronze, 40.5 mm; jeton, Jean Baptiste Massillon, Bishop of Clermont, 1716, 30 mm, and Science Prize Medal, uninscribed, by Bertrand Andrieu and Vivant Denon, bronze, 40 mm (3)

Estimate: £50-60

Sold: £100
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Lot 3

Italy: Medal of the Royal Institute of Italian Letters, by Manfredini, bronze, 43 mm, and University of Brescia Prize Medal, 1822, by Putinati, bronze, 55 mm (2)

Estimate: £50-60

Sold: £80
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Lot 4

Bergamo, Giacomo Carrara, art historian, by Manfredini, bronze, 27.5 mm, and Italy: Ligurian Republic, Marcello Durazzo and Hieronymo Durazzo, by Vassallo, bronze, 51 mm (2)

Estimate: £50-60

Sold: £70
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Lot 5

First World War Group of Three, to 3.7178 PTE. (later A.SJT) G.GRAHAM.YORK.R., comprising 1914 Star, British War Medal 1914-20 and Victory Medal, together with a Princess Mary brass Christmas tin with card insert and a small selection of biographical literature and photographs

Estimate: £70-100

Sold: £200
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Lot 6

An Interesting Family Group of Medals: three to 2084 CORPL (later SJT.) S.SINCLAIR.78TH.HIGHLANDERS, comprising Military General Service Medal with Persia clasp, India Mutiny Medal with Lucknow and Defence of Lucknow clasps and Victoria Army Long Service and Good Conduct Medal (2nd. type, swivelling, scroll suspension); a pair to 5773 PTE.S.S.SINCLAIR.2:SEA.HIGHRS, comprising Queen's South Africa Medal, with Cape Colony, Transvaal and Wittebergen clasps and King's South Africa Medal, with South Africa 1901 and South Africa 1902 clasps; a group of four, to 26 C.S. (later A.W.O.CL.2) F.W.SINCLAIR.K.O.SCO.BORD. comprising Edward VII Territorial Force Efficiency Medal, 1914-15 Star, British War Medal and Victory Medal; a First World War Pair, to JOHN SINCLAIR, comprising British War Medal and Mercantile Marine War Medal; a Single unrelated Mercantile Marine War Medal, to ALBERT E. DOBBING. (12)
**These medals are accompanied by an extensive framed obituary to Sjt. S. Sinclair, dated June 28th., 1905, providing an account of the deceased's distinguished military service, noting that he "... was wounded on many occasions, being one time shot through the forehead" and stating that, " .... although he is not decorated with the Victoria Cross, no man who obtained that distinction while serving in the ranks of the 78th. deserved it better". Also included is a leather purse, named and dated 1884, originally containing sovereigns, which was presented to him on his subsequent retirement after 21 years service as Drill Instructor to the Volunteer Company, the K.O.S.B. in Penpont, Dumfriesshire.

Estimate: £2000-3000

Sold: £1800
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Lot 8

A Group of Three Medals, to 22771404 SGT.F.G.COPEMAN.R.SIGNALS, comprising General Service Medal with Northern Ireland clasp, United Nations medal and Army Long Service and Good Conduct medal with accompanying set of miniatures; an Efficiency medal, with India clasp, to PTE.G.N.COPEMAN.N.W.RY.BN..A.F.I. and a silver shooting medal, similarly named, etc.

Estimate: £120-180

Sold: £150
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Lot 9

A Group of Medals to the Walker Family: comprising a First World War miniature group of five including Military Cross, to Captain Gilbert Kingsley Walker, Royal Engineers, with framed portrait photograph; a Second World War group of three, comprising War Medal 1939-45, 1939-45 Star and Air Crew Europe Star, posthumously to Pilot Officer Gordon Samuel Walker, latterly No.129 (Mysore) Squadron, R.A.F., together with a silver medallion, presented by the Squadron Patron, H.H. the Maharajah of Mysore, cased, and framed portrait photograph; a similar group of three, posthumously to Pilot Officer Bryan Lister Walker, with framed portrait photograph; a Women's Land Army lapel badge, cased, to Diana Beatrice Barker (nee Walker) and a small quantity of family-related ephemera

Estimate: £200-300

Sold: £800
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Lot 10

A Collection of Eleven Polish Medals, comprising:- three Medals of Merit for National Defence, 1966, gold, silver and bronze class; four Armed Forces Medals for Long Service to the Fatherland - 5,10,15 and 20 years service; Medal for Safeguarding Public Order,1964, bronze; Red Cross Medal Republic (PCK), 4th class in bronze; and two Badges of Merit for Fire Protection, bronze and silver class (11)

Estimate: £120-180

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Lot 11

A Collection of Eleven Polish Medals, comprising:- Victory and Freedom Medal, 1945; Partisan Cross, 1945; Medal for Sacrifice and Courage, 1960; 10th Anniversary of the People's Republic; 30th Anniversary of the People's Republic; Medal for Struggle in Defence of People's Rule; two Medals for Merit in the Service of the Nation, bronze and silver class; two Army Medals; and a Medal for Many Years of Married Life (11)

Estimate: £120-180

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Lot 12

An Elizabeth II Royal Air Force Long Service and Good Conduct Medal, to CPL P TAYLOR (Q4264609) RAF, associated ribbon

Estimate: £40-60

Sold: £50
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Lot 13

A First World War Trio, awarded to 2421 PTE.A.GARSIDE. W.YORK:R., comprising 1914-15 Star, British War Medal and Victory Medal, bar mounted; a British War Medal, to S.S.6841. J.BOWES. A.B. R.N. (4)

Estimate: £50-80

Sold: £70
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Lot 14

The Society of Dyers and Colourists, a 22ct gold medal, obverse with a relief figurative scene, the reverse inscribed, "Awarded in 1928 to Ernest Hickson ....." within a cast floral and foliate wreath border, made by Vaughton & Sons, Birmingham 1927 (78.3g), 5.25cm diameter, cased

Estimate: £800-1000

Sold: £1800
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Lot 15

A Second World War Naval Group of Six Medals, awarded to X1689 D LAMBIRD AB HMS BEGUM, comprising 1939-45 Star, Atlantic Star, Africa Star, Burma Star (with Pacific ribbon), War Medal and Royal Naval Reserve Long Service and Good Conduct Medal, together with a 1945-85 Russian commemorative medal; a General Service Medal 1962, with NORTHERN IRELAND clasp, awarded to S8083277 SAC D LAMBIRD RAF (son of the above) (8)

Estimate: £80-120

Sold: £120
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Lot 16

A First World War Pair, comprising British War Medal and Victory Medal, awarded to:- 191747 SPR.W.EADIE, R.E., together with an Imperial Service Medal named to WILLIAM EADIE, in box of issue; a Similar First World War Pair, to 145667 GNR.G.MILNE. R.A. (5)

Estimate: £50-80

Sold: £60
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Lot 17

A Second World War Group of Seven Medals and Miniatures, awarded to 23512793 James Arthur Milburn Royal Engineers, comprising 1939-45 Star, Burma Star, Defence Medal, War Medal, General Service Medal 1918-62 with PALESTINE 1945-48 clasp and named to another recipient, Army Long Service and Good Conduct Medal (un-named) and St John Service Medal, all court mounted, plus General Service Cross, Certificates of Service books, related ephemera and a Japanese silk flag collected in Burma, also a Trio, to his brother Neville Jervais Milburn, Royal Navy, comprising 1939-45 Star, Atlantic Star with rosette and War Medal, in box of issue with named medal slip, and related photographs and ephemera including a note that he was killed in action at the Battle of the River Plate, also two flags

Estimate: £180-250

Sold: £200
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Lot 18

A First World War Pair, to 46346 PTE.R.STRINGER. W.YORKS.R. comprising British War Medal and Victory Medal, in original box of issue

Estimate: £40-60

Sold: £50
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Lot 19

A First World War Pair, to 53686 PTE.T.KITCHEN.MANCH.R., comprising British War medal and Victory medal; another First World War Victory Medal; a British Red Cross Proficiency Medal, to 15980 R. Straughan, with voucher; and Assorted Medallions, long service bars, etc.

Estimate: £60-80

Sold: £60
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Lot 20

A First World War Group, to 2088 PTE.W.HUTCHINSON W.YORK.R., comprising 1914-15 Star, British War Medal and Victory Medal, together with other items, including First World War silk and other postcards and ephemera, Royal British Legion enamel lapel badges, assorted coins, etc.

Estimate: £80-120

Sold: £160
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Lot 21

A First/Second World War Group of Six, to GEORGE H COOPER, comprising British War Medal, Mercantile Marine Medal, 1939-1945 Star, Atlantic Star, Italy Star and War Medal, bar mounted; a First/Second World War Group of Six Miniatures, comprising 1914-15 Star, British War Medal, Victory Medal, India General Service Medal with Afghanistan N.W.F. 1919 clasp, Defence and War Medal; a First World War Marching Compass, named to A.E. Owen, in a leather case (3)

Estimate: £100-150

Sold: £160
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Lot 22

A First World War Pair, awarded to J.71538 S.EMMOTT. A.B R.N., comprising British War Medal and Victory Medal, with his dog tag; a Small Quantity of Coins and Medallions, including a boxed 1951 Festival of Britain crown, silver sixpences and threepences, a silver and enamel bowling medallion, small coin catalogue etc

Estimate: £80-120

Sold: £190
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Lot 23

A Second World War Group of Four, comprising QEII General Service Medal with Palestine clasp, to 2323974 SIGMN R J FRANCIS R.SIGNALS, 1939-45 Star, Defence Medal and War Medal 1939-45 together with a further Defence Medal and a Paratroopers cloth uniform badge (6)

Estimate: £50-80

Sold: £90
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Lot 24

A First World War Pair, to 275083 PTE.P.J.JOHNSTONE.LAN.FUS, comprising War Medal and Victory Medal; and other items, comprising a further Victory Medal to 201397 GNR.S.OWEN.R.A., two "On War Service 1916" badges, numbered respectively 249414 and 249426, two military cap badges and assorted medal ribbons and bar

Estimate: £50-70

Sold: £60
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An MBE (Civil), awarded to Mr Tom Wadsworth, former Inspector of the Calder and Hebble sections of the Docks, and Inland Waterways Executive, in case and box of issue, with the miniature, a newspaper obituary and photograph

Estimate: £70-100

Sold: £110
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Lot 26

Second World War British Prisoner of War Interest - a Trio, comprising 1939-45 Star, War Medal and Long Service and Good Conduct Medal, awarded to 778004 SJT.J.R.CRANFIELD R.A., bar mounted, together with his No.2 Service dress cap and badge, and a portrait photographic postcard with German stamp
**Sergeant Cranfield of C.D. and A.A. branch of the Royal Regiment of Artillery was held as a Prisoner of War, no.11710 at Stalag VIII B/344 Germany

Estimate: £120-180

Sold: £100
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A D-Days Veteran's Group of Five Medals, comprising 1939-45 Star, Atlantic Star, Italy Star, War Medal and Royal Fleet Reserve Long Service and Good Conduct Medal, awarded to PLY.21984 (PLY.B.2262.) S.W.H.SNOW. MNE. R.F.R., bar mounted, together with two Royal Marines bronze medallions for Shooting and Physical Training, a silver fob and his No.2 Service cap with Royal Marines Commando painted brass badge
**Sidney Walter Snow was born in 1906. He enlisted in the Royal Marines in 1923 and served with the Commandos Royal Marine Light Infantry.

Estimate: £120-150

Sold: £110
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A First World Trio, awarded to 101806 SPR.A.DAVEY. R.E., comprising 1914-15 Star, British War Medal and Victory Medal, together with a pair of binoculars, a sweetheart pin cushion, a faux shagreen enamel cigarette case, an autograph album of poems and sketches and two portrait photographs

Estimate: £50-80

Sold: £60
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A First World War Memorial Plaque, to JOHN HENRY CROSS, set into a glazed oak display frame with portrait photograph, in a copper painted composition mount moulded with service men flanking an arch
**John Henry Cross of the East Yorkshire Regiment was killed in action on 23.09.18, aged 27 years

Estimate: £90-120

Sold: £100
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Lot 30

A First World War Pair, comprising British War Medal and Victory Medal, awarded to 65022 PTE.W.E.BRUMWELL. M.G.C., together with a photograph and a copper bugle applied with Machine Gun Corps badge (3)

Estimate: £90-120

Sold: £110
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Zeebrugge Raid Interest:- a First World War Pair, of British War Medal and Victory Medal, awarded to M.B. 1436 W.A.MALTBY. C.M.M. R.N.V.R., in box of issue, together with a packet of related postcards.
**Motor Boatman William Augustus Maltby took part in the raid of German shipping in 1918

Estimate: £120-150

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A British Expeditionary Forces Dunkirk Veteran's Group of Six Medals, comprising 1939-45 Star, Africa Star with NORTH AFRICA 1942-43 clasp, France and Germany Star, Defence Medal, War Medal and Dunkirk Medal, together with his dog tags stamped GORDON 132075, his battledress blouse with rank badges for Captain, shoulder titles to Queen Victoria's Rifles, the inner facing stencilled Battledress Blouse size 12, Hyde Park Clothes Limited, Montreal, and a webbing belt, pistol holster and No.4 Mk.II bayonet

Estimate: £100-150

Sold: £160
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Battle of the River Plate, Defeat of The Admiral Graf Spee Interest - A Second World War Trio, comprising 1939-45 Star, Atlantic Star with rosette (MID), and War Medal, in box of issue with medal slip posthumously awarded to Chief Engine Room Artificer Sidney Joseph Johnson of HMS Exeter, together with London Gazette citation dated 11 December 1945 and set with bronze oak leaf, his hat band with bullion insignia, a cap badge, brass commemorative shield, pocket New Testament, a photograph album containing rare on-the-scene photographs including one of the German battleship on fire etc and a booklet An Account of Events

Estimate: £150-180

Sold: £600
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HMS Salamandar - Friendly Fire Attack Interest:- a Second World War Naval Group of Five Medals, comprising 1939-45 Star, Atlantic Star, Italy Star, Pacific Star and War Medal, with the miniatures, awarded to Temporary Acting Lieutenant Commander Harold Graham King RNVR, a framed Mentioned in Dispatches citation, London Gazette 4th June 1944, plated cigarette case with two MID oak leaves; also a cap with HMS MINESWEEPER tally, photographs and research material
**Lt.Commander King of HMS Salamander was mentioned in dispatches for his bravery and calmness when his ship was mistakenly hit and badly damaged by an RAF Typhoon rocket off Le Havre, France

Estimate: £70-100

Sold: £170
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A First World War Memorial Plaque, to GEORGE FREDERICK SKIPP, in cardboard envelope of issue
**Lance Corporal George Frederick Skipp of the London Regiment of Fusiliers was killed in action 30th June 1916

Estimate: £80-120

Sold: £70
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A Second World War Parachute Regiment Group of Four Medals, awarded to 6465797 Private Leslie Stanley Seymour, comprising 1939-45 Star, Italy Star, Defence and War Medal, together with his Soldier's Release Book, medal slip and maroon wool beret with white metal cap badge

Estimate: £200-250

Sold: £200
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A First World War Memorial Plaque, to BERTRAM LESLIE REGINALD SMITH, with Buckingham Palace award slip, original paper envelope and original card envelope
**201928 Private B.L.R.Smith served with the Northumberland Fusiliers. He was killed in France 5th November 1917

Estimate: £90-120

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A Second World War RAF 178th Squadron Group of Five Medals and Log Book, to 1167238 Air Gunner Sergeant B Curtis, the medals comprise 1939-45 Star, Africa Star, Italy Star, Defence and War Medals, the log book has entries from 21.4.44 to 9.7.45 and records various bombing missions and drop missions in Italy and mainland Europe
**178th Squadron was equipped with Liberators at Shandur, Egypt on 15 January 1943, was moved to Libya, then Italy from March 1944. The squadron was actively involved in the air drop operations in support of the besieged Polish Home Army in Warsaw in 1944.

Estimate: £300-400

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A Second World War Group of 128 Squadron RAF Medals and Log Book, to Mosquito Fighter Observer and Air Gunner C.L.Jones, 1607569, the medals comprising 1939-45 Star, A Copy Air Crew Europe Star, Italy Star and Defence Medal, bar mounted with cap badge, the log book with entries from 5.5.44 to 1.9.45, together with three photographs of him in service uniform and flying gear.
**128 Sqdn was formed in 1941 from a fighter unit equipped with Hurricanes in Sierra Leone. It was disbanded in 1943 and reformed in 1944 at RAF Wyton, with Mosquitos as part of the Light Night Striking Force and took part in low level attack raids in mainland Europe and Germany 1944-45

Estimate: £400-450

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A Second World War Group of Five Medals and Effects to French Special Operations Executive Maurice Ledain (AKA Jack Dickens), comprising Legion D'Honneur, Chevalier in case of issue, Croix de la Valeur Militaire, a Combattant Resistance Volontaire, a Liberation Medal in box of issue, a Belgian Prisoner of War Medal, his ribbon bar, an empty MBE case, a Free French flag, two FRENCH battledress patches, a French arm patch, his tam o'shanter dated 1943, black beret, escape map, citation for Liberation Medal, French Resistance books etc
**Maurice Ledain escaped from occupied France in 1940, coming to Britain where he initially joined Allied Commando 10. He moved to the Free French Air Force and then to the BCRA (De Gaulle's Secret Service). He was dropped into occupied France on numerous occasions using various pseudonyms, the main being Jack Dickens

Estimate: £300-350

Sold: £320
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A Distinguished Flying Cross GRI, the reverse engraved F/LT. P.J. SLINGSBY, 105 SQUADRON P.F.F. 1945, in case of issue
**Flight Lieutenant Slingsby was awarded the DFC for Pathfinder missions over Germany and was published in the London Gazette 23rd July 1943

Estimate: £1600-2000

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A First World War Pair, awarded to 351102 PTE.F.G.JACKSON. DURH.L.I., comprising British War Medal and Victory Medal; a Second World War Group of Four Medals, comprising 1939-45 Star, France and Germany Star, Defence and War Medals, with ribbon bar and award slip in box of issue addressed to Mr. R.E.Thompson and stamped RASC & ACC Records, together with a pair of brass cap badges to a Warrant Officer Class II and a Coronation 1953 commemorative medallion

Estimate: £50-80

Sold: £50
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A First/Second World War Group of Seven Medals and the Miniatures, awarded to 1528 DVR. W.D. ION. R.F.A., comprising 1914-15 Star, British War Medal, Victory Medal, India General Service Medal with clasp AFGHANISTAN N.W.F.1919, 1939-45 Star, Defence and War Medal, bar mounted, also his cap badge, King's Badge, Imperial Service bar brooch and two Coronation 1911 medallions

Estimate: £180-250

Sold: £130
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Lot 44

A First World War Naval Group of Four Medals, awarded to E.S. 3805, R.THOMPSON, ENGN. R.N.R., comprising 1914-15 Star, British War Medal, Mercantile Marine War Medal and Victory Medal, also a Royal Engineers cap badge (5)

Estimate: £60-80

Sold: £100
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A Second World War Trio, awarded to 14428118 Cpl. R. "Yorkie" Marshall 14 Plt. C. Coy, 5th Black Watch, (Infantry Section Leader and Sniper in Holland 1944-45) comprising 1939-45 Star, France and Germany Star, and War Medal, together with his dog tags, blue wool glengarry with a cardboard Lucky Heather fixed to the inside backing his glengarry badge, his marksman's badge, a letter and transcript to his mother, copies of War Diary/Intelligence Summaries relating the actions, books and a large photograph of a Black Watch sniper in a Dutch attic; also an Efficiency Medal (Territorial), to 4528152 PTE.L. MARSHALL. W.YORKS.
**Yorkie's letter to his mother from the Dutch battlefields mentions sniping from an attic over the River Maas. One of the books shows the houses along the river where he sniped

Estimate: £100-150

Sold: £260
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Lot 46

Gallipoli Tunneller 2nd Lieutenant George Robert Bernard's Own Account of Fighting the Turks Underground, in the form of an original typed manuscript in a modern binding, compiled when he returned to the UK from the Middle East in July 1916. (He did not keep a diary but used all of the letters he sent home to his wife from Gallipoli, extracting the military paragraphs. Very well written by a witty, articulate, dynamic, tough junior officer, full of the sights, sounds, language and attitudes of the time) together with his Memorial Plaque in a copper easel back frame embossed as a laurel wreath backed by a Maltese cross and stamped ONE WHO NEVER TURNED HIS BACK, a replacement Military Cross, the reverse engraved "In Respectful Remembrance of George Robert Bernard, Tunnelling Officer", in case of issue; cap, collar and rank badges, a silver framed photograph and research material.
**2nd Lieutenant Bernard served with 12th Bn The Essex Regt. attached to 1/9th Manchesters & 8th Corps Mining Company, Gallipoli Campaign 1915. He was killed in action in France 1917 aged 29, whilst serving with 254 Tunnelling Company, R.E.
The M.C., which was Gazetted in June 1916, was known to be with 2nd Lt. Bernard's manuscript and Memorial Plaque in the 1990's, but was separated from them and is presumed lost.

Estimate: £200-300

Sold: £700
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Lot 47

A Collection of Twenty Five Assorted US Medals, including Liberation of Kuwait, Vietnam Service, Occupation Service, Armed Forces Expeditionary Service, Atlantic War Zone etc., each mounted on a display card

Estimate: £80-120

Sold: £220
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Lot 48

A Collection of Twenty Five Assorted US Medals, including Coastguard, Faithful Service Texas National Guard, Distinguished Service Ohio, Kentucky National Guard Achievement etc, most individually mounted on a display card

Estimate: £80-120

Sold: £100
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Lot 49

A 9ct Gold and Enamel Past Master's Jewel, Lord Collingwood Lodge 3246, presented to W. Bro. Arthur Robins, October 21st 1943 (29.6g gross); a 9ct gold Royal Arch Chapter jewel (6.5g gross), and a Steward's enamelled metal jewel (3)

Estimate: £250-350

Sold: £320
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A Rare Bakelite Glengarry Badge to the Highland Regiment, by A Stanley & Sons, Walsall (one blade missing); four Other Glengarry Badges:- officer's white metal to XVI Cameron Highlanders, Western Australia, by Hudson Frankstone; bronze 241 Canadian Scottish Borderers Overseas, by Ellis Bros, Toronto (lacks lugs); brass The City of London Yeomanry Rough Riders, South Africa 1900-02; white metal Greek (5)

Estimate: £150-180

Sold: £140
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A Collection of Approximately Seventy Six Stay-brite Badges, for cap, collar and glengarry, some mounted on display cards

Estimate: £90-120

Sold: £200
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