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EviiR TERRITORIAL FORCE EFFICIENCY MEDAL with 2nd AWARD CLASP - UNIQUE to 5th DEVON REGT

152 SJT S.J.CLARKE 5/DEVON REGT

His TFEM was announced in Army Orders of December 1908, one of only 57 awarded to this unit.

His clasp was announced in Army Orders of November 1920 & this is unique to 5th Battalion.

With supporting documentation.

Condition: NEF

Code: 52505Price: 250.00 GBP


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EviiR TERRITORIAL FORCE EFFICIENCY MEDAL to 5th SUFFOLK REGT

86 PTE W.APPLEBY 5/SUFFOLK REGT

His TFEM was announced in Army Orders of January 1911, one of only 55 awarded to this unit. 

With supporting documentation.

Condition: Light edge knock, GVF

Code: 52500Price: 180.00 GBP


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EviiR TERRITORIAL FORCE EFFICIENCY MEDAL to 5th ARGYLL & SUTHERLAND HIGHLANDERS

1640 C.SJT D.WYNNE 5/A.&S.HDRS

5th Renfrewshire Battalion.

His TFEM was announced in Army Orders of July 1909, one of only 40 awarded to this unit. 

With supporting documentation.

Condition: Polished VF

Code: 52493Price: 180.00 GBP


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EviiR TERRITORIAL FORCE EFFICIENCY MEDAL to 6th ARGYLL & SUTHERLAND HIGHLANDERS

172 CPL G.ROBBIE 6/A.&S.HDRS

6th Renfrewshire Battalion.

His TFEM was announced in Army Orders of January 1910, one of only 47 awarded to this unit. 

With supporting documentation.

Condition: EF

Code: 52492Price: 180.00 GBP


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EviiR TERRITORIAL FORCE EFFICIENCY MEDAL to 7th ARGYLL & SUTHERLAND HIGHLANDERS

470 SJT J.CHALMERS 7/A.& S.HDRS

His TFEM was announced in Army Orders of July 1909, one of only 59 awarded to this unit. 

With supporting documentation.

Condition: NEF

Code: 52491Price: 180.00 GBP


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EviiR TERRITORIAL FORCE EFFICIENCY MEDAL to 8th ARGYLL & SUTHERLAND HIGHLANDERS

434 PTE A.C.GIRVAN 8/A.&S.HDRS

8th Ayrshire Battalion.

His TFEM was announced in Army Orders of July 1909, one of only 74 awarded to this unit. 

With supporting documentation.

Condition: Toned NEF

Code: 52490Price: 180.00 GBP


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UNIQUE MEMORIAL PLAQUE to LIEUT, 8th LINCOLNSHIRE REGIMENT (DOW 1916)

LESLIE JOHN EDGAR CUTHBERT FAIRWEATHER

Born 1895, son of John Edgar and Emily Fairweather, of Avisford Park, Arundel, Sussex.
Educated at St.Edward's School, Summertown, Oxford.
Was living at Owles Hall, Buntingford in 1914 when he joined the HAC.

To France 18/9/14

Commissioned 2nd Lieutenant in Lincolnshire Regiment 21/5/15 & attached 8th Battn.
Wounded near Armentieres.
DOW F&F 19/3/16 aged 20 & was buried in Cite Bonjean Military Cemetery, France.

With supporting documentation.

His Officers Papers exist at TNA, Ref: WO 339/34239 but we have not checked them.

Condition: With original waxed card case. Self-adhesive sticker on reverse, GVF

Code: 52482Price: 180.00 GBP


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UNIQUE MEMORIAL PLAQUE to LIEUT, 5th NORTHAMPTONSHIRE REGT (KIA 1915)

WILLIAM JUSTIN GOULD

Born London 1894.
Educated Marlborough College Sept 1908-13 & went to Sidney Sussex College, Cambridge University in 1913.

Commissioned 2nd Lieutenant in 5th Northamptonshire Regiment.
To France 29/5/15

KIA F&F 23/8/15 near Ypres & is buried in Tancrez Farm Cemetery, Belgium.

With supporting documentation.

His Officers Papers exist at TNA, Ref: WO 339/11595 but we have not checked them.

Condition: With original waxed card case. ‘WA ‘(Woolwich Arsenal) mark on reverse, GVF

Code: 52481Price: 195.00 GBP


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UNIQUE MEMORIAL PLAQUE to 2nd LIEUT, QUEEN VICTORIA'S RIFLES (9th LOND.R; DOW 1917)

FRANK EVELYN LEETE

Born Hitchin, Hertfordshire 1891, son of Ernest Masters Leete & Mary Leete (nee Sandon).

Educated at Hitchin British School for Boys (now Hitchin Grammar School).
Worked pre-war for Liberty & Co, Regent Street, London.

To France 9/5/15 where he was wounded for the first time.
Upon his recovery, he was commissioned 2.LIEUT into 9th LONDON REGT. 1/8/17.

For several days from 26/11/17 the 56th London Division was engaged in heavy fighting around Moeuvres and Tadpole Copse, west of Cambrai, where Leete received severe head wounds whilst leading his men into action.

He returned to Blighty & was operated in a private hospital in London, but failed to respond & DOW HOME 10/12/17.
He given a military funeral in Holy Saviour Church and buried in Hitchin Cemetery in Grave E.LXX.14.
Also commemorated on Hitchin War Memorial, Hitchin Grammar School War Memorial & Holy Saviour Church War Memorial.

Note: One of 5 brothers who served in WW1. of whom Frank & Stanley died whilst Claude, Reginald and Leslie survived.

With supporting documentation.

His Officers Papers exist at TNA, Ref: WO 374/41533 but we have not checked them.

Condition: With original waxed card case & official crested paper envelope bearing the Acton Plaque Factory number '99' in pencil, EF

Code: 52478Price: 220.00 GBP


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UNIQUE MEMORIAL PLAQUE to LIEUT, 74th Battn.MGC-INF (KIA 1918 in LAST 100 DAYS).

ROBERT GEORGE LEWIS

Son of George Thomas & M.J.Lewis of 45 Holland Rd, Mannamead, Plymouth.

Joined Inns of Court OTC 7/10/15 & commissioned 2nd Lieut, Machine Gun Corps (Infantry) 25/9/16.

To EEF 24/4/17 & served with 74th Battalion,Machine Gun Corps (Infantry).
Promoted Lieutenant.

KIA F&F 23/9/18 aged 22 & was buried in Templeux-Le-Guerard Communal Cemetery Extension with the CWGC Headstone inscription 'Died for his Country'

With supporting documentation.

His Officers Papers exist at TNA, Ref:339/66284 but we have not checked them.

Condition: With original waxed card case. ‘WA ‘(Woolwich Arsenal) mark on reverse, GVF

Code: 52477Price: 190.00 GBP

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