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Group to 598 Tpr G E Clarke B.S.A. Police (pair named

Gnr G E Clarke S.A.H.A.). QSA with single bar

Rhodesia, KSA with bars SA01 & SA02, BWM & South

African Victory Medal. Collectors notes with lot indicate

that he is also entitled to the BSA Company Medal for

Mashonaland 1897, and that he was twice Wounded

during WW1 5/9/1918 Gassed and 23/9/1918

Dangerous GSW. With cap badge. Small verdigris marks

VF (4)

£340 - £360


Group to 624635 Cpl J Mc B. Reid RAF. Medals as

worn - Defence & War Medal, GSM QE2 with Malaya

clasp and QE2 RAF LSGC Medal (DG). (4)

£60 - £65


Group to 6562269 C.Sjt W E Stanbridge R.B. (Rifle

Brigade). 1939-45 Star, Africa Star, KGVI Efficiency

Medal with Territorial bar. VF (3)

£40 - £45


Group to 71 S.Sgt J S Pitts RAMC. BWM & Victory

Medal with Territorial Force War Medal, 1937

Coronation Medal, Defence Medal and GV Meritorious

Service Medal (514056 S.Sjt J S Pitts RAMC). L/G 16th

Oct 1919 for Italy (London). GVF (6)

£200 - £220


Group to 8247 Pte G Sinclair 1st Highland Lt Infy -

Medals QSA with bars CC/Witt/Tr/SA02, and 1914

and Bar Trio (19011 Gnr G Sinclair RHA). VF few small

edge bumps noted, star scratched to reverse (4)

£110 - £120


Group to 9054 Pte A Owen Scots Gds. QSA with bars

CC/Tr/Witt/SA01. With a silver (38mm) Liverpool

Shipwreck and Humane Society Marine Medal (cased)

named 'To Sup'dt Alfred Owen For Gallant Service at

Llandudno 21st August 1917'. Together with original

large framed Certificate. A Royal Life Saving Society

badge, a Gilt RLSS Medal 1910, cased. A silver

hallmarked St Johns Medal at Alfred Owen.

£260 - £280


Group to Cpl D T Hardy (L8207669) RAF. Medals -

GSM QE2 with Northern Ireland clasp, Accumulated

Campaign Service Medal (silver hallmarked), and RAF


£450 - £500


Group to District Superintendent A H G Close Punjab

Police. Medals - Afghanistan Medal 1881 (POL, LOCl

Lt A H G CLOSE TRANS DEP), and India Medal 1896

with bar Punjab Frontier 1897-98 (Dist Supdt A H C

Close Pjb Police. Also entitled to the 1903 Delhi Durbar

Medal. nEF (2)

£500 - £550


Group to James Arthur Mihell ORD HMS Monarch.

Born Portsea, Hants. With copy service papers, served

24/11/1879 to 14/8/1919. Medals - Egypt Medal dated

1882 with Alexandria 11th July clasp, 1915 Star Trio

(110649 J A Mihell CPO RN), QV Naval LSGC Medal

(J A Mihell P.O. HMS Duke of Wellington) and

Khedives Star 1882. Naming polished on Victorian

Medals. Fine - VF (6)

£300 - £350


Group to JX.712651 D D Joyce AB RN (HMS Bulwark).

Medals - War Medal, GSM QE2 with Malay Peninsula

clasp, and Naval LSGC Medal QE2 (DG) (number

corrected on LSGCM). EF (3)

£60 - £65


Group to J.115305 C J Strudwick AB HMS Berwick.

Medals as worn - 1939-45 Star, Atlantic Star, Pacific Star

+ Burma clasp, Defence & War Medal, Naval LSGC

Medal GVI, Dunkirk Medal, and Soviet 40th

Anniversary Medal with Certificate. With matching

miniatures. Plus his Royal Irish Rangers Ass Card and


£90 - £100