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Death Plaque and Scroll with addressed tube to L/7512

Pte Thomas (Sydney) Patchen 2nd Bn R.Sussex Regt.

Killed In Action 23/12/1914. Born Seaford, Sussex. On

the Ypres Memorial

£50 - £55


Death Plaque named George Robert Gray, three

possibles, a Lieut in the RFC, a Pte in the 54th Bn AIF or

a Pte in the 1st Bn S.Wales.B.

£55 - £60


Death Plaque to 13679 L/Cpl Benjamin Aves 11th Bn

Suffolk Regt. Born West Row, Suffolk. Killed In Action

17th Oct 1917. On the Tyne Cot Memorial.

£50 - £55


Death Plaque to 201014 Cpl Stanley Dolphin "C" Coy

2/6th Bn R.Warwickshire Regt. Killed In Action 5th

Sept 1917. Lived Bromsgrove. On the Tyne Cot

Memorial. (1) Unique Name

£40 - £45


Death plaque to 2448336 Pte Frederick Alfred Nicholls

1st Bn Canadian Infantry. Died of Wounds 28th Sept

1918. Buried Bucquoy Road Cemetery, Ficheux.

(Unique name)

£55 - £60


Death Plaque to 31007 Pte John Catlyn 1st Bn

Bedfordshire Regt. Killed In Action 6th July 1917, born

Old Buckenham, Norfolk. Buried Roclincourt Military


£50 - £55


Death Plaque to 3/4794 Pte Bertram Benjamin Farmer

1st Bn D.O.Cornwalls L.I. Died of Wounds 13/12/1914.

Buried Nieuwkerke Churchyard. Born Bromley-By-Bow,

London. (Unique name)

£55 - £60


Death Plaque to 421480 Cpl John Titmarsh 10th Bn

London Regt. Killed In Action 9th July 1917, born Stoke

Newington, Buried Derry House Cemetery No2,

(Unique name)

£50 - £55


Death Plaque to Frederick Sanders

£40 - £45


Death Plaque to George Jordan. Verdigris to rev and obv

£35 - £40


Death Plaque to Harry Parkin

£40 - £45


Death Plaque to John William Barr

£40 - £45


Delhi Durbar Medal 1911 in silver, unnamed as issued.


£60 - £65


Delhi Durbar medal 1911 named to staff sgt g a griffin s

& t corps

£80 - £85


Distinguished Service Order group to Captain William George James 2/5th Bn K.O.Y.L.I. Later becoming a Police

Inspector, Bath City Police, leaving the force 18/11/1945. (Lived Combe Park, Bath. Born Gloucester). Medals - DSO GV

(with case) MID to ribbon with top pin bar, BWM & Victory Medal, 1935 Jubilee Medal (plus Certificate). Lot includes much

original paperwork inc WW1 letters, photos, postcards, DSO Scroll, MID Certificate 7th April 1918. DSO for bravery

November 1917, citation reads "He crept through the enemy wire right up to their trenches, located and marked existing gaps

and cut other gaps. In the attack he led his platoon across about 300 yards of open ground into the enemy trenches, and with

two men killed 18 men of the enemy. Later he took command of the battalion owing to heavy officer casualties, and with both

flanks exposed he held the enemy in check until reinforcements could reach him, he showed splendid courage and initiative".

DSO with minor chipping, rest EF. A superb lot, well worth viewing (see also other family Trio 7866 Sjt Henry Ernest James

Gloucester Regt in this auction)

£1800 - £2000


Dunkirk 50th anniversary medal original example

£45 - £50


Dutch Orde van Oranje-Nassau, Officers class. Silver

and enamelled. Small chips to enamel noted

£30 - £35