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1914 TRIO to 1st HONOURABLE ARTILLERY COMPANY

1723 PTE H.O.S.BODILY H.A.C.

Henry Owen Snoad Bodily, born 1888.
Lived pre-war at 54 Quebec Road, Ilford.

To France 18/9/14 with 1st HAC until 9/11/16 & was invalided twice.
Commissioned 14/5/17 into 1st Labour Corps & was later promoted to Captain,
in command of 542nd Home Service Employment Company in Dublin.

Entitled to a Silver War Badge which was sent to 54 Melbourne Road, Ilford.

In the 1939 National Register he was an Insurance Broker living in Bournemouth.

With supporting documentation.

Condition: Toned GVF

Code: 52360Price: 225.00 GBP


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BWM & VICTORY MEDAL to 11th ROYAL FUSILIERS

PS-10910 PTE J.H.BEAN R.FUS

Joined the Public Schools & University Men's Force 10/12/15.
Served in France with 11th Royal Fusiliers but was not entitled to a star.
Discharged 29/5/18 due to wounds & was entitled to a Silver War Badge.

With supporting documentation.

Condition: NEF

Code: 52362Price: 40.00 GBP


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EviiR TERRITORIAL FORCE EFFICIENCY MEDAL & VICTORY MEDAL to NORFOLK REGT

632 CPL H.R.CROME 5/NORFOLK REGT (on TFEM)
205310 CPL H.R.CROME NORF.R (on Victory Medal)

Henry Rudd Crome, born King's Lynn, Norfolk 1875.

His TFEM was announced in Army Orders of January 1909, one of only 55 awarded to this unit.

Served in France with 7th Norfolks & was also entitled to a British War Medal.
Died North Walsham, Norfolk 1943.

With photocopy portrait photo of Crome in uniform, sporting a Marksmans Badge.

With supporting documentation.

Condition: Small edge knock on TFEM, GVF

Code: 52353Price: 195.00 GBP


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EviiR TERRITORIAL FORCE EFFICIENCY MEDAL to 5th LANCASHIRE FUSILIERS

185 SJT J.W.CROSSLEY 5/LANC.FUS.

This TFEM was announced in Army Orders of January 1909, one of only 39 awarded to this unit.

With supporting documentation.

Condition: NEF

Code: 52352Price: 175.00 GBP


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1914 TRIO

4570 PTE H.CURRIE C.GDS

Born Gateshead, Durham 1880. Pre-war Crane Driver.

Attested in Coldstream Guards 5/2/02.
To France 26/8/14 with 3rd Cold.Guards.
Wounded F&F 21/10/14 at St.Julien during the First Battle of Ypres & sent back to Blighty via an Ambulance Train & then on H.M.Hospital Ship 'St.David'.
Returned to France 28/9/15 & served on the Western Front with 4th Cold.Guards until 12/2/19.

Medals sent to 157 Benson Road, Byker, Newcastle-upon-Tyne.

With 7pp Soldiers Papers plus supporting documentation.

Condition: On long silk ribbons, NEF

Code: 52351Price: 215.00 GBP


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DUNSCOMBE FAMILY MEDALS - FROM WIMBLEDON

1) 1914/15 TRIO & EPHEMERA

4836 PTE A.G.DUNSCOMBE A.V.C.

Archibald George Dunscombe, born 8/7/86.
To France 21/12/15 with the Army Veterinary Corps.
Later transferred to the Royal Field Artillery.
In the 1939 National Register he was working a fishmonger & living at 84 Dundonald Road, Wimbledon, Surrey with his wife & his son (below).

With 2 original ‘Army Form W.5112’ which accompanied the issue of his WW1 medals.
Also 3 original Fibre I.D.Tags (one Red & 2 Green) impressed with his AVC & RGA details, as worn on a short length of khaki string.

2) DEFENCE MEDAL & EPHEMERA

In OHMS Box of Issue from the Home Office, addressed to Mr R.G.H.DUNSCOMBE,
84 Dundonald Road, Wimbledon SW19.

Reginald G.H.Dunscombe, born 20/8/09.
In the 1939 National Register he was working as a clerk, living with his father & mother (above).
Served in WW2 as a Stretcher Bearer, First Aid, in Wimbledon.

With original ‘D.M.7 Part A’ Form confirming his successful Defence Medal claim, addressed to him & signed by the Wimbledon Town Clerk, plus the original ‘Home Secretary’ enclosure which accompanied the issue of his Defence Medal.

With supporting research documentation.

Condition: All medals EF.

Code: 52347Price: 110.00 GBP


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BWM & VICTORY MEDAL to EAST SURREY REGT, later LOYAL NORTH LANCS REGT (KIA)

240440 CPL H.G.E.HOOPER E.SURR.R

Born Burnham, Essex.

To France with 13th E.SURR.R. & soon transferred to 4/5th L.N.LANC.R.

KIA F&F 26/10/17 & is commemorated on the Tyne Cot Memorial.
Also entitled to a T.F.War Medal.

With supporting documentation.

Condition: Display mounted with a Sepia Photo, NEF

Code: 52338Price: 95.00 GBP


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1914 STAR & BRITISH WAR MEDAL

4414 PTE F.MADGWICK C.GDS

Born Aldershot 1880.

Enlisted 1901. To France 30/8/14.
Discharged to Class Z 28/3/19
His address was Ellen Villa, Sherbourne Road, Farnborough.

With 2pp Soldiers Papers & more exist exist online.

Condition: Toned EF

Code: 52332Price: 98.00 GBP


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WW2 GROUP OF 5 MEDALS to an 8th ARMY "DESERT RAT"

1939/45 STAR, AFRICA STAR & '8th ARMY' Clasp, ITALY STAR, DEFENCE MEDAL & WAR MEDAL

With engraved Brass Plaque "Presented to Mr F.A.Ross by the Partners & Staff of Walker, Martineau & Co on his marriage July 24th 1937"

Medals all unnamed as issued in OHMS Box of Issue addressed to: Mr F.A.Ross 138 New Park Avenue, Palmers Green, London N13, with Army Council Transmission Slip noting '5 Medals+1 Clasp' issued.

Medals awarded to: 1102511 Frank Albert ROSS RA

Pre-war Solicitor's Clerk, working for Walter Martineau & Co. of London.
Married 24/7/37 & in 1939 was living in Edmonton, London.
Attested 1940 & served in the RA until 1946.

With supporting documentation including 1939 National Register & RA Discharge Book details.

Condition: Defence Medal GVF, all others EF

Code: 52325Price: 75.00 GBP


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1914/15 STAR & VICTORY MEDAL to 2nd QUEEN’S R. (KIA)

G-5349 PTE H.E.WARD THE QUEEN’S R.

Born Bedfordbury, Central London.

To France 4/8/15 & served with 2nd Battalion.
KIA F&F 16/10/15 & is buried in Chocques Military Cemetery.

With supporting documentation.

Condition: GVF

Code: 52320Price: 85.00 GBP

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