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Clement X, Opening of the Holy Door, 1675, by Giovanni Hamerani, bronze, obv. portrait r. wearing tiara and embroidered cope, rev. depiction of ceremony, A PERUIT DOMINUS THESAURUM SUUM, 31 mm, 17.1 g; Innocent XII, Jubilee, 1699, by Hamer, obv. portrait, rev. angel with trumpets, IUBELEI SECULARIS INDICTIO, 36 mm, 21.9 g; and Innocent XI, Annual Medal, 1679, by Giovanni Hamerani, bronze, obv. portrait r. wearing tiara and embroidered cope, rev. St. Peter seated, holding keys, NON DEFICIET FIDES TUA, 32 mm, 16.8 g (3)

Estimate: £80-120

Sold: £50
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Lot 2

Martin V, The Newly-Elected Pope Enthroned, bronze, obv. portrait wearing embroidered cope, rev. depiction of the enthronement, QUEM CREANT ADORANT ROMAE, 42 mm, 40.4 g; Innocent XI, by Karlstein, bronze, obv. portrait r. wearing cap and cape, rev. Christ presenting keys to kneeling St. Peter, CLAVES REGNI COELORUM ROMA, 46 mm, 39.5 g; and Pius IX, Year 2 medal, 1847, bronze, after Girometti, obv. portrait r. wearing cap and cape, rev. statues of the apostles, BASIL VATICANAE DECUS ADDITUM, 43 mm, 44.2 g (3)

Estimate: £80-120

Sold: £40
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Lot 3

Clement XII, Year 5, 1735, by O.H., silver, obv. portrait, r. wearing cap and cape, rev. figure of saint with angel holding manuscript, PRAESIDIUM ET DECUS, 30 mm, 8.3 g; and Clement X, Year 3, 1672, by Travanus, silver, obv. portrait wearing tiara and embroidered cope, rev. architectural study, IPSE FUNDAVIT EAM ALTISSIMUS, 35 mm, 19.6 g (2)

Estimate: £80-120

Sold: £170
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Lot 4

Pius XII, Year 9, by Mistruzzi, silver, obv. portrait, l., wearing cap and cape, rev. portrait roundels of saints around holy dove, INSERTI SUPERIS HOMINUM SUCCURRITE REBUS, 44 mm, 36.7 g; Leo XIII, Year 18, 1895, by Bianchi, silver, obv. portrait l., wearing cap and cape, rev. priestly couple with saint and attendant kneeling angel beside buildings, ALUMNIS MAGNI BENEDICTI IN SPEM VETERIS GLORIAE INSTITUENDIS, 43 mm, 35.4 g; Pius IX, Year 15, silver, by I. Bianchi, obv. portrait, l., wearing cap and cape, rev. figures around an altar, FIDEI REGULA ECCLES FUNDAMENTUM, 43 mm, 33.2 g; and Pius XII, Year 10, silver, by Mistruzzi, obv. portrait r. wearing cap and cape, rev. pope addressing crowds from balcony above above St. Peter's Square, MAGNA CHRISTANORUM CONSCIENTIAE INSONUIT HORA, 44 mm, 36 g (4)

Estimate: £80-120

Sold: £60
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Lot 5

Calixtus III, Defeat of the Turkish Fleet, 1455, bronze, obv. portrait l., wearing tiara and embroidered cope, rev. naval battle, HOC VOVI DEO UT FIDEI HOSTES PERDEREM ELEXIT ME, 40 mm, 28.5 g; Paulus III, Restoration of the Battlements, Year 16, (1549), bronze, obv. portrait r., wearing embroidered cope, rev. panorama of Rome, ALMA ROMA, 40 mm, 24.6 g; and Paulus III, Year 16, bronze, by (?) I. Fede, Parma, rev. horses in a landscape, IN VIRTUTE TUA SERVATI SUMUS, 35 mm, 18.1 g (3)

Estimate: £100-150

Sold: £220
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Lot 6

Ioannes X, Restitutional medal, bronze, obv. portrait, l., wearing cap and cope, rev. two parallel keys, border inscription (almost illegible), 38 mm, 28 g; and three others, similar, comprising Costatinus I, 38 mm, 23.8 g, Ioannis VIIII, 36 mm, 18.7 g, and Innocentius V, 40 mm, 37.8 g (4)

Estimate: £120-180

Sold: £110
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Lot 8

Sisinnius IV, Restitutional medal, bronze, obv. portrait, r., wearing cap and cope, rev. pair of parallel keys, CLAVES REGNI CELORUM, 37 mm, 22.7 g; and four others, similar, comprising Gregorius VIII, 38 mm, 21.4 g, Clemens, 42 mm, 47.8 g, Siricius, 38 mm, 24.8 g, and Simacus I, 38 mm, 24 g (5)

Estimate: £150-250

Sold: £120
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Lot 9

Felix II, Restitutional medal, bronze, obv. portrait, r., wearing cope, rev. bust portrait of St. Peter with crossed keys, 38 mm, 23.9 g; and four others, similar, comprising Pius III, 39 mm, 24.7 g, Benedictus VII, 38 mm, 21 g, Eugenius II, 38 mm, 24.5 g and Theodoros II (5)

Estimate: £150-250

Sold: £120
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Lot 10

Leo IX, Restitutional medal, bronze, obv, portrait l., tonsured, wearing cope, rev. shield and tiara above crossed keys, 44 mm, 32g; Benedictus, Restitutional Medal, bronze, obv. portrait, l., wearing cap and cape, foliate border, rev. shield and tiara above crossed keys, foliate border, 52 mm, 54.7 g; another, similar, Sergius I, 52 mm, 54 g, and four bronze portrait medallions, struck to obverse only, comprising Benedictus X, 40 mm, 22.8 g; Eugenius II, 39 mm, 19.4 g, Callistus II, 36 mm, 17.5 g and Gregorius XI, 39 mm, 30.9 g (7)

Estimate: £120-180

Sold: £130
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Lot 11

Clement XI, Construction of the Aquaduct of Civitavecchia, 1703, possibly silver, maker's mark S.VR, obv. portrait, r., wearing cap and cape, rev. panorama of aquaduct, HAVRIETIS IN GAUDIO, 34 mm, 18.7 g; Clemens XIV, Testone, 1773, silver, obv. papal coat of arms, rev. standing apostles below holy dove, S. PETRUS S. PAULUS, 30 mm, 7.5 g, and Leo XIII, Year 10, 1888, silver, by Bianchi, obv. portrait, l., rev. cross above clouds, AN. L. A. CONSECR. SACERDOTALI. LEONIS. XIII. P. M., 30 mm, 10.9 g (3)

Estimate: £120-180

Sold: £130
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Lot 12

Clement IX, Year 1, 1667, gilt bronze, by Albert Amerano, obv. portrait, l., wearing camauro, mozzetta and stole, rev., pelican in her piety, ALIIS NON SIBI CLEMENS, 34 mm, 20.6 g; Innocentius XI, 1676, gilt bronze, by Hamerani, obv. portrait, l., wearing tiara and embroidered cope, rev., holy dove, FIAT PAX IN VIRTUTE TUA, 28 mm, 13.6 g, and Pius IX, Year 14, obv., portrait, l., wearing tiara and cope, rev., crucifixion scene, S. PETRUS BAPT. AB ADSCENS D. N. ET SOCII. XXII EX. ORD. FRANCISCAL MARTIRES IAPON, loop suspension, 32 mm, 13.6 g (3)

Estimate: £100-150

Sold: £70
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Lot 13

Benedictus VIII, Restitutional medal, bronze, obv. portrait, r., wearing tiara and cope, rev., shield and tiara above crossed keys, 42 mm, 31.1 g; another, Stephanus III, bronze, obv. portrait, l., wearing tiara and cape, rev. crossed keys, COELOR. CLAVES. REGNI, 43 mm, 33.9 g; and six others, similar, comprising Ioannes XVI, 43 mm, 24.9 g, Ioannes XVII, 42 mm, 22.5 g, Donnus II, 44 mm, 23.6 g, Ioannes XIII, 43 mm, 25.6 g, Leo III, 38 mm, 22.5 g and Hadrianus I, 42 mm, 23g (8)

Estimate: £150-250

Sold: £220
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Lot 14

Gregorius X, Restitutional medal, bronze, obv., portrait l., wearing tiara and cope, rev., shield and tiara above crossed keys, 45 mm, 34.3 g; and five others similar, comprising Nicolaus II, 44 mm, 35.5 g, Nicolaus IV, 45 mm, 36 g, Celestinus IV, 44 mm, 25.5 g, Martinus IX, 42 mm, 30.7 g and Ioannes XVIII, 44 mm, 29.4 g (6)

Estimate: £120-180

Sold: £160
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Lot 15

Paulus V, Year 15, Completion of the Pauline Chapel of the Quirinale, 1619, bronze, obv., portrait, r., tonsured, wearing cope, rev., monumental doors, SACELLUMIN PALATIO QUIRIN, 49 mm, 53.8 g (pierced); Pius IX, Fire at St. Paul's Basilica, 1823, bronze, by Girometti, obv. portrait, wearing cap and cape, rev. Fire-Damaged Basilica, BASILIC. S. PAULI EX INCENDIO, 50 mm, 64.5 g, and Urban VIII, Year 8, bronze, by Moroni, obv. portrait r., wearing cope, rev., kneeling pope with archangel Michael, TE MANE TE VE PERE, 36 mm, 20.2 g (3)

Estimate: £80-120

Sold: £50
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Lot 16

Pius VII, Year 18, Restoration of Ancient Monuments, bronze, by T.M., obv., portrait, r., wearing tiara and cope, rev. monumental sculpture, MONUMENTORUM VETERUM RESTITUTORI, 41 mm, 37.8 g; Pius IX, Year 17, 1862, bronze, by C. Voigt, obv. portrait, r., wearing cap and cope, rev., St. Peter, seated, receiving gifts, PETRI INOPIAM CHRISTIANI STIPE SUSTENTANT: ANTIQUA PIETAS RENOVATUR, 43 mm, 37.1 g; Pius IX, Year 21, bronze, by G. Cerbara, obv., portrait, l., wearing cap and embroidered cope, rev., heads of two apostles, ROMAE PARENTES ARBITRIQUE GENTIUM, 43 mm, 37.5 g, and Innocent XI, Year 13, by Hamerani, obv. portrait, r., wearing camauro, cape and stole, rev. female figure emblematic of Italy seated with lion and column sections, FORTITUDO MEA DOMINE, 36 mm, 29.8 g (4)

Estimate: £120-180

Sold: £110
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Lot 17

Alexander VII, Year 12, 1667, Completion of the Collonade in the Piazza San Pietro, bronze, by Gaspare Moroni, obv. Portrait l., wearing tiara and embroidered cope, rev. view of collonade surmounted by holy dove, AEDIBUS OECONOMIA ET DISCIPLINA RESTITUTIS, 42 mm, 28.8 g; Paulus III, Year 16, bronze, obv. portrait wearing embroidered cope, rev., architectural study, AN. IOBI. LAEO. M.D.L. PETRO.APOST. PRINC. C., 43 mm, 41.2 g; Leo XII, bronze, 1823, obv. portrait wearing cap and embroidered stole, rev., SUFFRAGIIS IV KAL OCT MDCCCXXIII DECLARATIS, 43 mm, 41.2 g, and Innocent XII, Year 6, bronze, by Hameranus, obv. portrait r., wearing tiara and embroidered cope, rev., supplicants kneeling before figure in throne chair, ANNUNTIATE INTER GENTES, 36 mm, 21.3 g (4)

Estimate: £120-180

Sold: £120
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Lot 18

Nicholaus IIII, bronze, obv., portrait r., wearing tiara and cope, rev., view of Rome, FELIX ROMA, 38 mm, 23.2 g; Stephanus II, bronze, obv., portrait l., wearing tiara and cope, rev., holy shroud, 42 mm, 23.9 g; Paulus III, Year 16, bronze, by I. Fede, Parm., obv., portrait r., wearing embroidered cope, rev., NEC SECUNDUS NEC PRIMUS TERTIO, FUTURA VIRUM OSTENDENT, 37 mm, 33.5 g, and Hilarius I, Restitutional medal, bronze, obv., portrait, l., tonsured, wearing embroidered cope, rev. parallel keys and tiara, VINCUNT INDEBELLATURA, 38 mm, 22.3 g (4)

Estimate: £120-180

Sold: £140
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Lot 19

Leo XII, Year 2, bronze, by G. Cirometti, obv., portrait, l., wearing tiara and embroidered cope, rev., processional scene through holy door with pope and attendants, IANUAS COELI APERUIT, 42 mm, 37.9 g; Pius II, Restitutional medal, bronze, obv., portrait, l., rev., papal shield surmounted by crossed keys and tiara, GLORIA SENENSI D. C. PICCOLOMINI, 44 mm, 44.6 g; Gregorius XVI, Year 9, 1839, bronze, by Girometti, obv., portrait r., wearing cap and embroidered stole, rev. group of five saints on billowing cloud, MIRABILIS DEUS IN SANCTIS SUIS, 44 mm, 33.7 g and Innocent XII, 1700, Ceremony of the Holy Door, obv., portrait l., wearing tiara and embroidered cope, rev., pope breaking sealed doorway before religeous assembly, DOMUS DEI PORTA COELI, (lacking suspension loop), 39 mm, 31.6 g (4)

Estimate: £120-180

Sold: £120
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Lot 20

Sixtus IIII, 1450-1475, Holy Door, bronze, obv., portrait r., wearing tiara and embroidered stole, obv., holy door, ANNO. IUBIL. ALMA. ROMA, 44 mm, 53.2 g; Pius IX, Year 20, 1865, Temple of San Lavrentii, bronze, by I. Bianchi, obv. portrait r., wearing cap and embroidered stole, rev., architectural studies, TEMPLUM S. LAVRENTII M. RESTITUIT EXORNAVIT COLUMN EREXIT, 43 mm, 35.5 g; Leo XIII, Commemorative Medal of the Golden Jubilee of Leon XIII, 1838-1888, bronze, by C. Bobin, Paris, obv., portrait r., rev. cathedral interior scene with supplicants kneeling before pope, 46 mm, 36.4 g, and Pius XII, Year 9, bronze, by Mistruzzi, obv. portrait r., wearing cap and embroidered stole, rev., portraits of saints around holy dove, INSERTI SUPERIS HOMINUM SUCCURITE REBUS, 43 mm, 28.7 g (4)

Estimate: £120-180

Sold: £90
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Lot 21

Clemens XI, Year 2, bronze, by S.Virani, obv., portrait, r., wearing camauro and embroidered stole, rev., female figure seated in throne chair, LUCET IN VULTU EIUS, 52 mm, 53.1 g.; Leo XIII, Year 18, 1895, bronze, by Bianchi, obv. portrait l., wearing cap and embroidered stole, rev., priestly figures with saint and kneeling cherub beside buildings, ALUMNIS MAGNI BENEDICTI IN SPEM VETERIS GLORIAE INSTITUENDIS, 43 mm, 38.9 g; Leo XIII, 15 year commemorative medal, 1893, obv., portrait r., wearing cap and embroidered stole, rev., central group of papal emblems, RICORDO DEL GIUBILEO EPISCOPALE DI S.S. LEONE XIII, 47 mm, 48.3 g; Leo XIII, bronze, obv., portrait r., wearing cap and embroidered stole, rev., figure enthroned above angel with globe flanked by angel and saint, ring suspension, 38 mm, 26.3 g, and Leo XIII, Opening of the Holy Door, 1900, bronze, obv., portrait r., wearing cap and embroidered stole, rev., ceremonial scene, loop suspension, 38 mm, 29.3 g (5)

Estimate: £120-180

Sold: £90
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Lot 22

Conone I, Restitutional medal, bronze, obv., portrait l., wearing embroidered cope, rev., colonnaded building, ADORABO IN TEMPLO SAN TUO, 40 mm, 22.5 g; Iulius III, Jubilee medal, obv., portrait l., tonsured, wearing embroidered cope, rev., holy door, HAEC PORTA DOMINI MDL ROMA, 44 mm, 37.1 g; Pius IIII, bronze, obv., portrait l., tonsured, wearing embroidered cope, rev., view of Rome, INSTAURATA, 31 mm, 15.6 g and Pius IX, bronze, by Bianchi, obv., portrait r., wearing cap and embroidered stole, rev., tiara and mitre with crook and cross on cushion, EPISCOPATUS AN. L PONTIFICATUS MAXIMI XXXI, loop suspension, 28 mm, 13.6 g (4)

Estimate: £120-180

Sold: £150
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Lot 23

Septimus VII, 1802, baiocco (damages); another, 1816; Clement XI, bronze medal (considerably worn), 36 mm, 19.4 g; Innocent XIII, Year 2, 1722, silver, by H(amerani ?)., obv., portrait l., wearing tiara and embroidered cope, rev., female figure beside pedestal supporting papal objects, OMNIA POSSUM IN QUI ME CONFORT, 32 mm, 17.9 g; Pius IX, bronze, by L.T., obv. portrait l., wearing cap and embroidered stole, rev., Christ giving keys to kneeling St. Peter, CLAVES REGNI CAELOR, ring suspension, 37 mm, 24.3 g, and Clement XI, Year 3, bronze, by Hamerani, obv., portrait, l., wearing camauro and embroidered stole, rev., recumbent warrior with lion, ROBUR AB ASTRIS, 34 mm, 18.4 g (6)

Estimate: £120-180

Sold: £150
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Lot 24

Leo XIII, 50th Anniversary medal, 1887, gilt metal (lacking suspension ring), 46 mm, 43.9 g; Pius VII, gilt metal, 1814, 53 mm, 69.7 g; Leo XIII, commemorative medal, 1887, by H. Kissing, Menden, silvered metal, 60 mm, 72.5 g; Pius XI, rectangular portrait plaque, bronze, by Kissing, 10.1 cm by 7 cm, 271.5 g, and Alexander VII, Restitutional medal, 1667, bronze, by O.M., obv., portrait l., wearing camauro and cape, rev., extensive view of the Vatican, FUNDAMENTA EIUS IN MONTIBUS SANCTIS, 74 mm, 146.2 g (5)

Estimate: £80-120

Sold: £350
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Lot 25

Pius IX, 50th Anniversary, 1877, bronze, ring suspension, 32 mm, 13.6 g; Pius XII, bronze medal, by Mistruzzi, 43 mm, 33.4 g; Leo XIII, Year 18, 1895, bronze, by Bianchi, obv., portrait r., wearing cap and embroidered stole, rev., two priestly figures with saint and kneeling angel beside buildings, ALUMNIS MAGNI BENEDICTI SPEM VETERIS GLORIAE INSTITUENDIS, 43 mm, 38.5 g; Paschalis I, Restitutional medal, alloy, 44 mm, 33.8 g, and ten others, mainly base metal medals and medallions (14)

Estimate: £100-150

Sold: £100
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Lot 26

A First World War Family Medal Group, comprising 1914 Star, British War Medal and Victory Medal to 8866 PTE.A.S.FLINT. R.A.M.C. together with a further British War Medal to 75170 GNR.J.W.E(F)LINT.R.A. (4)

Estimate: £70-90

Sold: £80
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Lot 27

A First and Second World War Military Cross Group, to 6500 W.O.CL1 F.C.KEIGHTLEY.LINC.R, comprising Military Cross, George V, unnamed as issued; 1914 Star with clasp (O/S.MJR.2/LINC.R); British War Medal 1914-20; Victory Medal with oak leaf; 1939-1945 Star; Defence Medal; War Medal 1939-45; Royal Victorian Medal, QEII: Jubilee Medal 1935; Coronation Medal 1935; Coronation Medal 1953; Army Meritorius Service Medal, George VI and Army Long service and Good Conduct Medal, George VI, court mounted, together with a colour photograph of the Queen's Bodyguard of the Yeoman of the Guard, 9th May 1962 in which the above recipient is included

Estimate: £1500-2000

Sold: £3200
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Lot 28

A Second Boer War Distinguished Conduct Medal, awarded to 10821 SERJT:J.T.BIBBY. 15TH IMP:YEO:, together with his hand written diary in which he describes his departure from Preston at 10.30pm Friday March 30th (1900). He arrived at Southampton the following morning. where he went on board ship in the company of detachments of Yeomanry and officers including the Duke of Norfolk and Colonel Paget. He describes the voyage and arrival at Cape Town, South Africa on 17th April. He then describes the trek across country, various engagements with the Boers, many of whom surrendered. The latter part of the diary describes days of fierce fighting. It ends with him going into hospital with a sprained arm. He is then told he will have to have an operation for an aneurism, but thinks himself luckier than most of the other patients! Last entry for 1st August 1900 also a British War Medal, to 27427 S.SJT.D.JONES. R.A.M.C. (3)

Estimate: £1000-1500

Sold: £1300
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Lot 29

A First World War Memorial Plaque, to PETER GEORGE MORRIS; a Deactivated No.51 Hand Grenade (2)

Estimate: £70-90

Sold: £160
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Lot 30

A First World War Pair and Memorial Plaque, of British War Medal and Victory Medal, posthumously awarded to 27694 Private Frederick Clark, Northumberland Fusiliers, with original packaging and award slips, also a Princess Mary 1914 Christmas tin - lacks contents

Estimate: £100-150

Sold: £100
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Lot 31

A First World War Trio and Memorial Plaque, to 8448 PTE.F (FRED) BURNELL, 2/W.YORK:R., of 1914 Star, British War Medal and Victory Medal (4)

Estimate: £100-200

Sold: £220
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Lot 32

A Second World War Group of Six Medals, to Sergeant Frank Parker, 1st King's Dragoon Guards, comprising 1939-45 Star, Africa Star with 8TH ARMY clasp, Italy Medal, Defence and War Medals, together with a quantity of cap and arm badges, shoulder titles and an embroidered blazer badge

Estimate: £60-90

Sold: £300
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Lot 33

Two First World War Memorial Plaques:- one awarded to 227160 Private ALBERT LEWIS, Labour Corps, with Record Office receipt for his British War and Victory Medals (not included); the other to ROBERT BENNETT, in card envelope of issue with King's message slip (2)

Estimate: £100-150

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Lot 34

A Victorian Group of Three Medals, awarded to 2563 CORPL. P.FINN. 55TH FOOT (REGT.), comprising India General Service Medal with clasp BHOOTAN, Crimea Medal with three clasps ALMA, INKERMANN and SEBASTOPOL, and Turkish Crimea Medal (Sardinian Issue), un-named (3)

Estimate: £500-700

Sold: £700
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Lot 35

An Indian Mutiny Medal 1857-1857, awarded to ML.CONNORS. 82ND REGT.

Estimate: £180-250

Sold: £250
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Lot 36

A First World War Pair, awarded to 20175 PTE.W.THOMAS, S.WALES BORD:, comprising 1914-15 Star and British War Medal; a 1914-15 Star, to 12-148 PTE.A.GELDER. YORKS:L.I.; a Second World War Group of Four Medals, comprising 1939-45 Star, Africa Star with 1ST ARMY clasp, Defence and War Medals, bar mounted with prayer book of George Ernest Carter; Militaria, including 1939 Brodie helmet, Red Cross First Aid bag, two chrome helmet plates, cap badge and rose to West Yorkshire Constabulary, a small quantity of cap and other badges and insignia

Estimate: £100-200

Sold: £220
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Lot 37

A Second World War Group of Six Medals, to 2655667 Albert Finlay, comprising 1939-45 Star, Africa Star, Italy Star, Defence and War Medal, court mounted, together with part of his Soldier's Service and Pay Book and a brass button plate; a Similarly Mounted Group of Four Medals, of 1939-45 Star, Atlantic Star, Defence and War Medals; a National Service Medal 1939-60, in case of issue with the miniature; a Pair of Miniatures, of General Service Medal 1962 with NORTHERN IRELAND clasp and NATO Service Medal with FORMER YUGOSLAVIA clasp

Estimate: £50-70

Sold: £100
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Lot 38

A Collection of Thirty Two Single Second World War Medals, comprising nine 1939-45 Stars, an Italy Star, seven France and Germany Stars, five Defence Medals and ten War Medals (32)

Estimate: £100-150

Sold: £150
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Lot 39

A Volunteer Long Service Medal, Victorian, named to CORPORAL C.DAVIS 27 YEARS 8 MONTHS; a General Service Medal 1918-62, with clasp MALAYA, awarded to 22542737 SIG. G.WARIN. R.SIGS.; a General Service Medal 1962, with clasp NORTHERN IRELAND, awarded to 23950621 DVR. C.GARNER. RCT (3)

Estimate: £120-150

Sold: £120
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Lot 40

A First World War Group of Four Medals, awarded to 6273 PTE.T.HILL. A.S.C., comprising 1914-15 Star, British War Medal, Victory Medal and Special Constabulary Long Service Medal named to THOMAS HILL, also a 1939-45 Star and War Medal, all originally glued into the same display frame (af); three Special Constabulary Long Service Medals, to JOHN T. WEIGHELL, North Riding of Yorkshire, RONALD SHUKER, 153 Sunderland, in boxes of issue, and JOHN G B SCOTT, unboxed; three Copy Medals, of Accumulated Service Medal, Police Long Service and Good Conduct Medal and War Medal (12)

Estimate: £100-150

Sold: £100
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Lot 41

A First World War Pair, awarded to THOMAS V BIRCH, comprising British War Medal and Mercantile Marine War Medal, also two cased silver gilt fraternity jewels "Rege Lege et Grege", awarded to the same recipient (4)

Estimate: £70-100

Sold: £70
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Lot 42

A First/Second World War Group of Robson Family Medals, comprising a British War Medal and Victory Medal, to 338317 GNR.F.H.ROBSON, R.A., and a trio of France and Germany Star, Defence and War Medals to 10595776 Lance Corporal Frederick Horace Robson, in box of issue with Medal slip, together with his Soldiers Service and Pay Book and his Soldier's Release Book, also a number of related photographs

Estimate: £60-80

Sold: £80
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Lot 43

Two First World War Pairs to the Royal Engineers, each comprising British War Medal and Victory Medal, awarded to 224910 PNR.A.DAWSON and 125521 SPR.J.M.BUTLER; a Similar Pair, awarded to 263164 GNR.J.JACKSON. R.A.; a Single British War Medal, to 241317 GNR.T.SPENCE, R.A.; a Single Victory Medal, to 78023 DVR,J,W,SAYERS. R.A.; a Special Constabulary Long Service Medal, to WILLIAM D. MACKENZIE. (9)

Estimate: £100-150

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Lot 44

A First World War Pair, awarded to 1347 PTE.J.STIRRAT. SCO.RIF., comprising 1914-15 Star and Victory Medal; six Single First World War Medals, comprising 1914-15 Star to T-37096 DVR.H.OLDROYD. A.S.C.; three British War Medals, to 83260 PTE.E.COLLINSON. NORTH'D FUS., 41418 PTE.E.PRICE. LEIC.R., 315276 PTE.E.MOUAT. TANK CORPS; and two Victory Medals, to 111555 PTE.J.STIRRAT. TANK CORPS, and 26-1077 PTE.P.MARTIN. NORTH'D FUS. (8)

Estimate: £100-150

Sold: £120
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Lot 45

A First World War Trio, awarded to 18850 PTE.J.F.DAWSON. DURH:L.I., comprising 1914-15 Star, British War Medal and Victory Medal; a First World War Pair, to 22-8 PTE.F.PLANT. DURH.L.I., comprising British War Medal and Victory Medal; a Victory Medal, to 691 SJT.M.McKENNA. DURH.L.I. (6)

Estimate: £70-100

Sold: £110
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Lot 46

A First World War Pair, awarded to K.39424 W.BLACKWOOD. STO.1. R.N., comprising British War Medal and Victory Medal; a Mercantile Marine War Medal, to EDWARD ROBINSON, in box of issue with Board of Trade Authority to Wear certificate; a Victory Medal, to J.38569 R.HOLMES. ORD. R.N.; four Various Medals, comprising two Belgian Croix de Guerres, an Italian Africa Orientale Medal and a large medallion commemorating the 100th Anniversary of the birth of Abraham Lincoln (8)

Estimate: £80-120

Sold: £110
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Lot 47

An Efficiency Medal (George VI), with TERRITORIAL clasp, awarded to 1670661. GNR.J.TAYLOR. R.A.; a Jubilee Medal, 1935; a Special Constabulary Long Service Medal, to JOHN R.LOUIS of Sunderland; an India Independence Medal, to 1595167 SIG, II J.GLANCY, R.A.F. in box of issue (4)

Estimate: £70-80

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Lot 48

A First World War Trio, awarded to 43301 PTE.E.G.ARTHUR, R.A.M.C., comprising 1914-15 Star, British War Medal and Victory Medal, with two running medallions to Jean Arthur, 1963 and 1964; a First World War Pair, awarded to 36935 PTE.G.NAGGS S.LAN.R., of British War Medal and Victory Medal (7)

Estimate: £80-120

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Lot 49

A First World War Pair, awarded to 14067 L.SJT. W.T.BELL, BORD:R., comprising 1914-15 Star and British War Medal, in box of issue; two Single Victory Medals, to T2-14613 DVR.W.TWITE A.S.C. and 19-24 PTE.J.CRAWLEY. NORTH'D FUS. in a rosewood cigarette box carved with the Royal Army Medical Corps badge (5)

Estimate: £50-80

Sold: £70
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Lot 50

A Second World War Group of Six Medals, in original Royal Admiralty box addressed to Mr R Shipley, Chopwell, comprising 1939-45 Star, Atlantic Star, Africa Star, Burma Star with PACIFIC clasp, Defence and War Medals; a Second World War Trio, in Infantry Records, Perth box, comprising 1939-45 Star, Africa Star and War Medal; two Boxed Pairs, of Defence and War Medals

Estimate: £70-100

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Lot 51

Two First World War Memorial Plaques, one to PERCY STOREY, in an oak frame carved as Victoria Cross; the other to JOHN CRUTE (2)

Estimate: £100-150

Sold: £120
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