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GVIR GSM PALESTINE 1945-48, DUKE OF WELLINGTON'S REGIMENT

GVIR GSM PALESTINE 1945-48, DUKE OF WELLINGTON'S REGIMENT

GVIR 1st type GSM 1918-1962 With Palestine 1945-48
Clasp To- 3390933.CPL.J.LEE.D.W.R
NEF & Complete with medal roll details

Code: 53660

85.00 GBP


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GVIR 1st TYPE EFFICIENCY MEDAL WITH MILITIA SUSPENDER, SOUTH LANCASHIRE REGIMENT

GVIR 1st TYPE EFFICIENCY MEDAL WITH MILITIA SUSPENDER, SOUTH LANCASHIRE REGIMENT

GVIR 1st type efficiency medal with Militia Suspender
To- 1495671.PTE.R.E.JAUNCEY.S.LAN.R
A rare Militia Suspender to a recipient serving with a British Infantry unit.

Code: 53665

185.00 GBP


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GVR SPECIAL RESERVE LONG SERVICE, ROYAL FIELD ARTILLERY

GVR SPECIAL RESERVE LONG SERVICE, ROYAL FIELD ARTILLERY

GVR Special Reserve long service
To- 6153.GNR.J.SLYE.R.F.A
The recipient was awarded his medal in May of 1921 and had service during WW1 with the Labour Corps with service number 199992.
NEF & Complete with MIC & medal roll details
Only 650 GV special reserve long service medals issued across all units.

Code: 53648

565.00 GBP


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GVR SPECIAL RESERVE LONG SERVICE, ROYAL FIELD ARTILLERY

GVR SPECIAL RESERVE LONG SERVICE, ROYAL FIELD ARTILLERY

GVR Special Reserve long service
To- 750.CPL.J.SUTTON.R.F.A
The recipient was awarded his medal in May of 1921 and had service during WW1 with the Labour Corps with service number 338742
NEF & Complete with MIC & medal roll details
Only 650 GV special reserve long service medals issued across all units.

Code: 53649

565.00 GBP


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GVIR 1st TYPE EFFICIENCY MEDAL, GREEN HOWARDS

GVIR 1st TYPE EFFICIENCY MEDAL, GREEN HOWARDS

GVIR 1st type Efficiency medal with Territorial suspender
To- 4389946.PTE.R.W.WALLIS.GREEN.HOWARDS
The recipient was awarded the efficiency medal in army order 85 dated 31-7-1947.
NEF/GVF & Complete with army order details

Code: 53661

75.00 GBP


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EVII T.F.E.M, DRUMMER, 4th LEICESTERSHIRE REGIMENT

EVII T.F.E.M, DRUMMER, 4th LEICESTERSHIRE REGIMENT

EVII Territorial Force Efficiency Medal
To- 363.DMR.J.HUBBLE.4/LEIC.R
The recipient was awarded his medal in army order 8 of January 1911. He was one of 33 recipients of this medal to this battalion & one of only two drummers
F/VF with minor eks & complete with medal roll details

Code: 53664

125.00 GBP


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WW1 1914 MONS STAR TRIO, NORTH STAFFORDSHIRE REGIMENT

WW1 1914 MONS STAR TRIO, NORTH STAFFORDSHIRE REGIMENT

WW1 1914 Mons Star trio
To- 6882.PTE.W.SLATER.N.STAFF.R
William Slater first landed in France 10-9-1914 & went on to serve with the Labour Corps with service number 499822 & finished his service with the Royal Engineers with service number WR-1233.
NEF & Complete with MIC details

Code: 53651

185.00 GBP


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WW1 SCOTTISH WOMEN'S HOSPITAL MEDAL, WITH CASE OF ISSUE

WW1 SCOTTISH WOMEN'S HOSPITAL MEDAL, WITH CASE OF ISSUE

A Rare cased example of the Scottish Womens Hospital Medal.
Unnamed as issued on the original fragile tartan ribbon & housed in the original John Pinches case of issue
NEF/EF
The Scottish Women’s Hospitals (SWH) were formed by Elsie Inglis, LRCSEd after her offer of a ready-made medical unit staffed by women was turned down by the Royal Army Medical Corp. Around 1500 women served with the SWH in France, Russia, Greece, Corsica and Serbia, in 14 mostly all-female staffed medical units. They cared for sick and wounded soldiers, civilians and prisoners of war in the heart of war zones, as well as providing assistance to refugees.

They worked as nurses, doctors, orderlies, cooks, administrators and drivers, mainly as volunteers, carrying out a range of daunting and disciplined tasks such as preparing camps with operating theatres wards and x-ray rooms and treating severely wounded soldiers as well as physically demanding work SWH staff also had to confront language barriers with the sick and wounded and locals, as well as the constant fears associated with their proximity to firing lines and the aerial threats of enemy bombardment.

This, in addition to the trauma faced by women confronted by the horrors of war and the constant inflow of wounded and dying soldiers. “You can imagine we have plenty to do when you hear we have 900 wounded”, wrote Elsie Inglis in a letter sent home from the Serbian front in 1915, encapsulating the sheer scale of the challenge facing the SWH staff in attempting to relieve suffering. Much of this work was carried out in testing environmental conditions where challenging terrain, remoteness and disease became part and parcel of camp life.

Code: 53646

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WW1 1914-15 TRIO, 12th DURHAM LIGHT INFANTRY

WW1 1914-15 TRIO, 12th DURHAM LIGHT INFANTRY

WW1 1914-15 Trio
To- 25588.PTE.F.CUTHERBERT.DURH.L.I
Frankland Cuthbert first landed in France 25-8-1915 serving with the 12th service battalion of the Durham Light Infantry & was discharged to the class Z army reserve at the wars end.
NEF/GVF & Complete with MIC & medal roll details.

Code: 53627

85.00 GBP


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MINT BOXED WW1 1914 MONS STAR TRIO, 8th GENERAL HOSPITAL R.A.M.C

MINT BOXED WW1 1914 MONS STAR TRIO, 8th GENERAL HOSPITAL R.A.M.C

WW1 1914 Mons Star trio
To- 4316.PTE/A-CPL.J.PRIESTMAN.R.A.M.C
The recipient first landed in France 21-8-1914 serving with the 8th General hospital of the R.A.M.C
EF/MINT With original folded full length silk medal ribbons, paper medal packets, box of issue & MIC details.

Code: 53622

125.00 GBP


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