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Collector's Section of the Four Day Antique and Fine Art Auction March 2015 [ARCHIVE]

Lots per page: 24
Lots 1278 to 1304     Page 1 of 8
Medals, World War One, 1914 Star Trio to the Navy, T1/214 M. TWEDDLE AB RNVR DRAKE BTTN R.N.D, A.B. R.N.V.R. on Pair [3]

1278

SOLD £140.00
Medals, World War Two, Prison Camp Casualty, Group of Three, 1939/45, Pacific, War, 7644503 W.Reader R.E.M.E., with condolence slip and box of issue; William Reader of Sandiacre, Notts, died 15th April 1945 and is buried in the Labuan Cemetary

1279

SOLD £75.00
Medals, World War One, Pair 63156 CPL W.H. GILL MANCH R.in box of issue; William Henry Gill was a schoolmaster who also served as 66175 Northumberland Fusiliers; in Princess Mary Tin with card for 1915; VR collars and Cheshire shoulder title; copy photograph of man

1280

SOLD £65.00
Medals, World War One, Double Gallantry Group of Five, Military Cross, Distinguished Conduct, 1914/15 Trio, with boxed group of contemporary miniatures with Oak leaf on Victory; LIEUT T.E. PALMER, (48769 SJT T.E. PALMER R.E. on star, 48769 SJT T.E. PALMER 18/D.S. CO R.E. on D.C.M.), Military Cross boxed, un-named as issued; with contemporary locket in gold coloured metal with a miniature portrait of an officer, raised initials to front (24gm gross); D.C.M. London Gazette 20th October 1916; Medal Index Card indicates medals were claimed in 1927, a second entry confirms D.C.M. as 18th Division Signal Company; 13th September 1918 London Gazette records Temp 2nd Lieutenant T.E. Palmer M.C. raised to Temporary Lieutenant

1281

SOLD £3500.00
Medals, Royal Marines Victorian Pair, Baltic, Navy Long Service Good Conduct, QV, first engraved unofficially, but very competently, CORPL G. WESLEY RM,the second officially named GE WESLEY SERGT 2ND CO RMLI 21 YRS, VF-EF [2]

1282

SOLD £410.00
**Lot withdrawn by vendors request**Medal, World War One, Australian Officer Gallantry, later casualty, Distinguished Conduct, GV, 2059 SJT A. PARR 59/AUS T:INF:, VF; later 2nd Lieutenant Alfred John Parr, 59th Battalion Australian Imperial Force, awarded D.C.M. for actions in Villers Bretonneux, East of Amiens, 24th/25th April 1918; Alfred Parr, a Methodist, was born in Beeston, Nottinghamshire in 1894, and emigrated to Australia shortly before the outbreak of war; enlisted voluntarily, aged 21, as 2059 Private 59th Infantry Battalion, Australian Imperial Force on March 3rd 1915, giving his occupation as farmer, his mother, Mrs Elizabeth A. Newbon , who had remarried, was next of kin; 1901 Census Parr was living aged 7, 19 Ratcliff Road, Loughborough, with his mother and stepfather, he attended Emanuel Boys School Loughborough; by 1911 Census they had moved to 72 Pinfold Gate, Loughborough where he is described as a 'foundry worker'; Parr was wounded on 18th July 1915 on the Gallipoli Peninsula, re-joining the regiment on the 11th September; he was promoted Lance Corporal 4th December 1915 (11th December on other documents), Corporal 15th October 1916, Sergeant on 6th December 1916, Temporary Colour Sergeant Major (W.O. CL2) 1st May 1918 and 2nd Lieutenant 18th September 1918; He was awarded the Distinguished Conduct Medal for actions of the 24th/25th April 1918. Gazetted 3rd September 1918 2059 Sjt. A. J. Parr, Infy. For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty. During our attack the services rendered by this N.C.O. were most valuable; he kept his platoon well in hand, and afforded every information to his company officer as to the needs of the situation. He led an attack on and captured an enemy machine-gun that was causing casualties, and near the final objective, with a bombing party, he captured another machine-gun and two officers and fifty men. He showed great courage throughout and set a fine example to his men. His original citation contains some additional information, No. 2059 Sergt. Alfred John Parr, 59th Bn., Australian Imperial Force. For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty at VILLERS BRETONNEUX, East of AMIENS During the attack on the night of 24th/25th April 1918……. 2nd Lieutenant Parr died aged 24, 1st October 1918 of wounds received on the 29th September 1918, his name appears on the Loughborough Roll of Honour; having been on display at the Carillon War Memorial, Loughborough, the medal is being sold by a direct descendent [1]

1283

est £4000.00 - £6000.00 (unsold)
Medals, World War One, British War, CH 2411 -S- PTE W. WISHART R.M.L.I.; World War Two, Defence; Police Exemplary Service, EIIR, INSPR JOHN T. LILLEY; coins, Crowns 1951, 1953 (4), others [lot]

1284

SOLD £50.00
Medals, World War One, Pair, 21820 PTE J. O. HARRISON W RID R, boxed with Registered Envelope addressed Derby; World War Two, soldier's Release Book 14909060 R.J. HARRISON, family Active Service letters; Defence, boxed and addressed L.A. DERRINGTON, DERBY; petrol coupons etc; Rolls Royce booklets, etc.[lot]

1285

SOLD £50.00
Medals, World War Two, Royal Air Force, M.I.D., Group of Five, 1939/45, Africa, Defence, War (laurel leaf), R.A.F. Long Service Good Conduct, EIIR, ACT W/O H.B. STONE (613416) R.A.F.; RAF cap badge, cloth badges; Mentioned in Despatches framed certificate London Gazette 1st January 1945; Stone's Airman's Service and Pay Books (2); Hiroshima, photographs of the aftermath; Royal Air Force (Iraq) Swimming Certificate 613416 L.A.C. Stone H.B.; SHAPE PARIS FRANCE, Certificate of Appreciation Warrant Officer Herbert B. Stone, 1954-56, other correspondence from Supreme Headquarters, including letters of commendation from John Schweizer Brigadier General USAF; contemporary photographs; Royal Warrant appointing Stone Warrant Officer 1960; framed photograph of man as Flight Sergeant; other letters; R.A.O.B. silver jewels, named to Stone (2) and certificates; Defence and War attributed to Stone's wife 2024537 CPL F.I. STONE; Airwoman Service and Release Book, 2024537 CPL F.I. STONE; Framed Gratitude Certificate from the People of Moy 1939-45 CPL F..I STONE W.A.A.F. [lot]

1286

SOLD £180.00
Medals, World War One, Pair, 2918 PTE P.J. NORTH, NOTTS & DERBY R; Percy J. North, also no.200766; Loyal Regiment sweetheart [3]

1287

SOLD £45.00
Medals, World War Two, Group of Four, 1939/45, Atlantic, Burma with Pacific bar, War; another identical group; Masonic pin in box

1290

SOLD £85.00
Medals, World War One, Pair, 241900 PTE H. M. BUSBRIDGE E. KENT R., in boxes of issue; Horace Busbridge also served as 420977 Labour Corps; with his war diary 1917-18; silver fobs with the initials HB (2); few banknotes mostly not-geld; World War Two, A.R.P. silver lapel badge; Coin, Silver Crown 1889, etc [lot]

1291

SOLD £85.00
Medals, World War Two, Mentioned in Despatches, Group of Five, 1939/45, France & Germany with laurel leaf, Defence, War, Territorial Force Efficiency, GVI, 4975790 PTE E. J. BERRY FORESTERS

1292

SOLD £110.00
Medals, World War One, World War Two, replacement group of nine, Military cross, 1914/15 trio (name erased), 1939/45, Burma, War, Defence, Territorial Decoration GRI bar Territorial, court mounted with related group of miniatures, each in The Aldershot Stores boxes; attributed by vendor to 'Donald MacIver, R.A.M.C.

1294

SOLD £440.00
Medals, World War Two, M.I.D. Group of Six, 1939/45, Africa (1st Army bar), Italy, France & Germany, Defence, War, with box of issue and ribbon bar with Oak Leaf, T/197428 CORPL W. TOWLE R.A.S.C., with M.I.D. Certificate dated 24th August 1944, with newspaper 'cutting' indicating M.I.D. relating to Italy

1295

est £70.00 - £90.00 (unsold)
Medals, Palestine and World War Two, Group of Six, General Service, George VI, bar Palestine, 1939/45, Africa (N. Africa 1942-43 bar), Defence, War, 1937 Coronation, CPL F.F.G. POTTER R.A.F., later W/O; with silver cigarette case (128gm) engraved W/O F.F.G. POTTER 'ONLY FOREVER XMAS 1941', with Coronation Official Certificate named to FREDERICK FRANK GEORGE POTTER; German Peppiatt Arabic propaganda £1 bank note (faults) [lot]

1296

SOLD £140.00
Medals, World War Two, Group of Six, 1939/45, Africa (8th Army bar), Italy, Defence, War, General Service, GVI, bar Palestine 1945-48, CAPT R. HARDWICK R.A., mounted on bar with contemporary group of miniatures

1297

SOLD £90.00
Medals, World War One, Plaque DOUGLAS W. KEMP in original card case; Cigarette Card silk flags etc; Bible; ncient Order of Foresters sash

1298

SOLD £110.00
Medal, India General Service, GV, bar WAZIRISTAN 1921-24, 7870727 PTE L. HINGLEY R. TANK CORPS, Extremely Fine

1299

SOLD £110.00
A Royal Naval commander's dress uniform, comprising jacket, belt and epaulets, the latter with japanned tin, by J Gieve & Sons; another jacket, for a Lieutenant (4)

1300

SOLD £170.00
Germany, Third Reich, Flag, Dt-Reichskriegsfl. 150 - 250, large format, stained, possibly with blood

1301

SOLD £240.00
Germany, Third Reich, Flag, Dt-Reichskriegsfl. 150 - 250, large format, with rope attachment

1302

SOLD £220.00
Germany, Third Reich, Flag, Reichsdflg 0.50 x 0.85, KRESS St. Tönis

1303

SOLD £150.00
Germany, Third Reich, Luftwaffe Machete, in scabbard, by Alcoso, Solingen, guard modified by grinding down, probably at the time

1304

SOLD £450.00
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