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Coronation 1911 Armband with original ephemera,

attributed to Sir Eyre Crowe GCB. Including

Buckingham Palace Afternoon Party 1911, Westminster

Abbey Coronation Ticket, Rehearsal Ticket, Carriage

Ticket, with original Ortner & Houle box

£80 - £120


Coronation Medal 1902 in silver (only 3493 issued) GVF

£90 - £100


Crimea Medal no bar, engraved to 100co T Bateman

R.M.L., comes with copied medal roll, served HMS

Britannia. VF

£160 - £170


Crimea Medal with bars Alma/Balaklava/Sebastopol

engraved in the usual style fro this regiment to 576 Wm

Doyle 17th Lancers. William Doyle is noted as being

slightly wounded in the Charge of the Light Brigade.

Born Dalganny, Ireland. He was in Scutari 8/11/1855

and invalided to England. Died whilst on furlongh

27/7/1856. A moving letter from one of Florence

Nightingale's nurses about Trumpeter Brittain on his

death bed can be seen at the regimental museum in

Grantham. In the nurses letter she describes how badly

wounded poor Billy is and how popular he was. She also

describes a visit to his bed by Cardigan and Scarlett and

a humorous encounter with an Irish Soldier called Doyle

who conned her into giving him a medicinal measure of

brandy !. GVF couple of light contact marks. The

medal is not noted as having been on the market before.

£3000 - £3500


Crimea Medal with Sebastopol clasp engraved to Pte

Edm'd Navan 57th Ft. VF

£200 - £220


D-Day Para interest, the medals of 1437691

Signalman/Sgt Stanley Taylor S.Staffs Regt whose

effects were sold in our rooms recently. His awards were

displayed at the OMRS Convention 2014 and are

offered here with supporting original paperwork and

photographs. 1939-45, Africa, F&G & Burma stars,

Defence & War medals, He enlisted into 1st Bn S.Staffs

in 1941 joining 7th Light Infantry Bn (Airborne) S.Staffs

in 1943 as a signaller, he landed June 5th-6th at

Ouistreham on D-Day and served through most of the

N.W.Europe campaign inc Opn Varsity. (see researchers

notes with the group inc being captured but managed to

escape) He possibly also served with the SAS / LRDG in

the Desert but this is unconfirmed, joined Canadian

Sp.Ops with O.S.E.N.S briefly being lucky to survive a

costly mission, later served in Java. Post War a

Signalman at New St Station Birmingham, GVF

£350 - £380


Damaged medals, discs only, test marked, etc - ISM GVI

to Henry Charles Edwards, ISM GV to Walter John

Shepherd, Egypt Medal (undated) 490 L/Cpl D Snow

Welsh Regt, Nelsons Flagship medal (copper), St Johns

Medals to Blakeley, Crispin, Jones, plus Canadian

Service Medals to Huyton and Clow, plus an enamelled

1821 crown (10)

£70 - £80


DCM & MM pair Geo.V 10388 L/Cpl / Pte T.Dunn

R.Scots a 1939 Official reissued pair with DSM style

naming, fixed suspenders, with supporting original

paperwork inc Church magazine which states " For

conspicuous Gallantry on patrol. When his Officer was

hit and unable to move he took command and after

carrying his officer to safety returned to the patrol. Later

he went out again to search for a missing man". Cpl

Dunn has served for about nine years in the army and

went to the front from India. He was wounded at Loos.

He applied for a re issue of medals in 1939-40, medals

GVF Sold a/f

£450 - £500


Death Plaque and Casualty Scroll to Lieut Reginald

Arthur Butler Royal Engineers & 55th Sqdn RAF. An

Observer on Probation he was listed as Missing. Lot

includes copied service records, and original photos.

Buried Niederzwehren Cemetery, Kassel. Parents lived

Runnymede Rd, Egham, Surrey.

£200 - £220


Death Plaque to 103441 Pte Victor William Hovell "D"

Coy 10th Bn Notts & Derby Regt. Killed In Action

13/10/1918. Born Norwich. Buried Montay-Neuvilly

Road Cemetery. Unique name

£50 - £55


Death Plaque to 11160 Pte Robert Wearmounth 24th

Casualty Clearing Station, RAMC. Died Italy

3/11/1918. Born Coundon, Durham. Buried Arquata

Scrivia Communal Cemetery. Unique name

£60 - £65


Death Plaque to 14322 Pte William Frederick Henry

Sear 4th (Queens Own) Hussars, Killed In Action

7/2/1916, Born Chesham, Bucks. Buried Vermelles

British Cemetery. Scarce

£120 - £140