Lockdales Coins & Collectables 17-18 March 2018

7 64 Sword scarce 1915 dated Indian cavalry troopers made by Wilkinson stamped ISD in its correct leather covered scabbard. £280 - £320 65 Sword Victorian 1827 pattern Rifle Brigade officers in its metal scabbard. £120 - £140 66 Sword: A fine QE2 RAF Officer's sword by Wilkinson Sword. Ricasso marked by appointment to Queen Elizabeth II - London - made in England. Etched blade 32.5". Gilt guard. Wirebound fishskin grip. Eagle head pommel with gold bullion knot. In its gilt brass leather scabbard. Blade in numbered 104132 for circa 1975. The whole in near mint condition. £250 - £300 67 Sword: An 1845 Pattern Infantry Officers sword. Brass gothic hilt with Victorian Cypher. Folding guard. Wirebound leather grip. In its brass scabbard with 2 suspension rings. Etched slim blade 32". Some staining. £80 - £85 68 Sword: Tourist quality Burmese Dha. Curved blade 22" with armourers mark. Plain turned wooden grip. Wooden scabbard. 20th century origin. £20 - £22 69 US Civil War Cavalry Troopers sword stamped on the top of the blade US ? 1863 in its correct scabbard. £250 - £280 70 WW2 commando dagger 3rd Pattern, vendor states: found Sword Beach, Normandy. £35 - £45 71 WW2 pocket knives Army and Naval some with owners details. £35 - £45 Medals & Weapons from a Private Collection 72 1915 Star Trio and Memorial Plaque to 25388 Pte William Lewis, 17/Royal Welsh Fusiliers. Killed in Action 10th July 1916 at Mametz Wood, Battle of Somme. Thiepval. Medals NEF on original silk ribbons and copied research. £325 - £350 73 1915 Star Trio to 14208 Pte. Walter Aldred, 8th Suffolks. Killed in Action 12th October 1917 Battle of Passchendaele and remembered on Tyne Cot Memorial. Born and lived Hoxne, Suffolk. Medals GVF with copied research. £150 - £175 74 1915 Star Trio to 16993 Pte. John Holmes, D Coy, 11/Royal Inniskilling Fusiliers. Killed in Action 1st July 1916 during 36th Division's famous attack on the Schwaben Redoubt. First Day Battle of Somme. Born and enlisted Belfast. Thiepval. Medals NEF with War Diary and copied research. £500 - £550 75 1915 Star Trio to 6669 A/Sgt. James Wicks, 8/East Surreys. Killed in Action 18th February 1917 Battle of Boom Ravine, Somme. Buried CWGC Regina Trench Cemetery. Medals GVF with copied research. £150 - £175 76 1915 Star Trio &Memorial Plaque to Pte. Arthur Myhill, 2/Suffolks. Killed in Action 4th March 1916 at The Bluff, Ypres Salient. 76th Brigade suffered 924 casualties during this action. Commemorated on the Menin Gate and Ilketshall St Margaret Church, near Bungay, Suffolk. Born Bungay, enlisted Ipswich. Medals NEF on original silk ribbons. Copied research. £225 - £250 77 1915 Star. Pte. O. Taylor 19/Lancs. Fus. Served 'B' Coy Platoon VII with Lieut. N. Whittle. In action 1/7/16 at the Leipzig Redoubt. (2 of his platoon KIA 1/7/16) To France 23.11.15. Plus 1915 Star: 12775 Pte. T.E. Macnamara 'E' Coy, Platoon No 18, 19/Bn Manch.R. (2) £24 - £40 78 1915 Star: 50780 Gnr. T.E. Davies. To France 6.9.15. Medals forfeit for desertion. To France 6.9.15. £15 - £25 79 1915 Trio and TFEM Geo V to: 1510 Pte. V. Charles: 'A' Sqn. Surrey Yeomanry (45075 Pte/L/Cpl. Surrey Yeo on TFEM) Victor Charles to France with 'A' Squadron on 22.12.14. MIC confirms numbers. Sold with an attractive brass box with the badge of the Indian Army Corps of Electrical & Mechanical Engineers. Crown over 'India' within a star & the legend 'OMNIA: FACIMUS.' and 'I.E.M.E.' The box contains sports medals in hallmarked silver won by V. Charles in India and two silver medals to his wife June Barfield. Lastly a collar badge of the Madras Infantry Volunteers 'ready age ready' over '1857'. Charles family roots are in Baroda India. An interesting and scarce lot to the Surrey Yeomanry. All on full length original ribbons with issue slips. £375 - £400 80 BWM to 15308 Pte. Harry Clarke, 2/Sufffolks. Killed in Action 20th July 1916 at the village of Longueval. Battle of Somme. Born & lived in Ipswich. £35 - £40 81 BWM to 70480 Gunner Ernest Fromant, Royal Artillery. Killed in Action 23rd April 1915. (Believed related to Pte John Fromant). Also Victory Medal to 203669 Pte. Frederick Fromant. (2) £40 - £50 82 BWM to Lieut. George Macphee MC. RAMC To Mesopotamia 28.7.16. MIC with medal suggests MC 5.4.17. however unable to trace award. £25 - £40 83 BWM to Pte. Charles Mingay, 4th Suffolks. Killed in Action during Battle of Arras. Lived Chevington, Bury St Edmunds. Medal NEF. £35 - £40 84 BWM & Victory Medal to 15-1900 Pte/ R. Blakey 15th Bn West Yorks Regt 'Leeds Pals'. * over half the Battalion (528 Cas). 1/7/16 attack on Serre. Medals E.F. £35 - £50 85 Cloth Badges: 1) CD with Crown over 'Civil Defence'. 2) 2x 'Rescue' Shoulder Badge. 3) Red Service Chevrons. 4) Shoulder Badge 'Norfolk'. 5) Lino cut door sign 'Air Raid Warden'. 6) Postcard of a Heinkel Bomber. 7) 2 Items of paper ephemera Home Front. (qty) £20 - £22 86 Copper striking of a George IV RNLI medal signed by WYON with date '1824'. 'Let not the deep swallow me up' to reverse. NEF with some lustre. Diameter 35mm £50 - £60 87 Extremely scarce Great War Dial sight by premier maker R.J. Beck Ltd. The instrument marked 'Dial sight No7 MKII' and is dated '1916'. All parts are present and working and the optics are good. The sight shows service wear and is contained in its extremely rare and original heavy duty leather carrying case. This sight was used with the 13 & 18 pdr guns & 4.5 Howitzer. The sight case was strapped to the gun shield. This sight came from Flers on the Somme at a Brocante sale. A collectors piece. £120 - £140