P66 Pair: Egypt dated 1882 one clasp “Tel-El-Kebir” 1139 Pte. T. Leahy 1/Rl. I. Fus. Kedive Star 1882 with Rgt. Number impressed and Unit engraved.
Usual light pitting from star otherwise VF $465
P68 Pair: British Korea 5/1686 C. M. White, UN Medal Korea also impressed. Served in Korea 21 Nov. 51 to 14 Nov 52 with 3 RAR.
Near EF $475
P70. Pair: NGS 1915 one clasp “Near East” (AB RN) & Naval LSGC EIIR. JX889669 Petty Officer L. A. Whyman HMS Heron.
Near EF $475
P63 Pair: Indian Mutiny Medal one clasp “Central India ”Ensign W F Sandwith 3rd Bombay European Regiment nicely engraved in capitals but is renamed. Afghanistan no clasp Maj. W F Sandwith 15th. BO NI. Nicely chisel sloping engraving on an untouched field suggesting original engraving. He finished up a Major General in the Indian Army.
Gd VF $950.00
P62 Pair: Afghanistan 1881 one clasp: “Kandahar” and Kabul to Kandahar Star 58.B/2520 Pte C Quinn 72nd Highrs. Both Medals correctly named.
Gd VF $1185.00
P61 Single: British South Africa Company for Rhodesia one clasp: “Mashonaland 1897” 3537 Pte G Saunders 7 Hussars.
P58 Single: Egypt undated one clasp “ Gemaizah 1888”891 Pte J C McDowell 2 K O S B
Near EF $450.00
Single: Crimea medal to Private Squire Baldwin, 3rd Battalion, Grenadier Guards, who was killed in action at the battle of Inkermann
Crimea 1854-56, 4 clasps, Alma, Balaklava, Inkermann, Sebastopol (S. Baldwin. Grenadier Gds.) officially impressed naming, minor edge bruising.
Squire Baldwin served as a Private in the 3rd Battalion, Grenadier Guards, and was killed in action at the battle of Inkermann on 5 November 1854.
The Soldiers Battle as it has become known is probably the most outstanding actions of the Crimea and a Grenadier casualty tops the list in desirability.
Gd VF $ 4250
P53 Four: QUEENS SOUTH AFRICA 1899 three clasps: “CC, OFS, SA02”., 1914 Star and bar, British War & Victory Medals.
All medals impressed with same number 15404 Dvr. H. Long, RFA.
P52 Pair : Queen’s South Africa Medal 1899 with Four clasps “R of K., Paard., Drief., T." and Kings South Africa medal with two clasps “S.A 1901 & S.A. 1902” both medals correctly impressed to 2977 Pte. J. West, Essex Regt.
Near EF $585
P51 Pair : Queen’s South Africa Medal 1899 with three clasps "T. Hts, R of Lady., Belfast” and Kings South Africa medal with two clasps “S.A 1901 & S.A. 1902” both medals correctly impressed to 3325 Pte G. Hanson, Devon Regt. KSA typo on Regt. No 3235.
P49 Pair : Queen’s South Africa Medal 1899 with three clasps "CC, OFS, JoB.” and Kings South Africa medal with two clasps “S.A 1901 & S.A. 1902” both medals correctly impressed to 5131 Pte. P. Sweeney, Cheshire Regt.
Near EF $575
P48 Single QUEENS SOUTH AFRICA 1899 two clasps: “D of Kim, OFS”, Impressed
685 Pte. J. Rule, Kimberley Vol. Regt.
Toned near EF $350
P47 Single QUEENS SOUTH AFRICA 1899 two clasps: “Natal, Belfast”. Chisel engraved
As found with Cavalry. 3416 Pte. S. C. Hannibal, 5 Lcrs.
P46 Single: QUEENS SOUTH AFRICA 1899 three clasps: “CC, OFS, T.”. Impressed 1682 Corpl. J. H. Godby, Victorian Mounted Rifles. 5th Contingent.
John (Jack) Heitland Godby played for Melbourne in the first season of the VFL as the then youngest man to appear for the club. He also played for his school side during the year.
He then disappeared from senior ranks until 1903 serving as Coy Quartermaster-Sergeant in the Boer War. He returned to the league when he was cleared to Essendon in May 1903, playing twice for them.
Godby also played cricket for the East Melbourne club.
Near EF $1925
P45 Single: QUEENS SOUTH AFRICA MEDAL 1899 four clasps: “CC, Paard., Drief., T.” Impressed 2577 Pte. W. Tapson, 2. D of C. Lt. Infy.
P44 Single QUEENS SOUTH AFRICA 1899 four clasps: “ TALANA, D of Lady, L.NEK, Belfast”.
Impressed 4647 Pte. A. Markham, 1 Liec. Regt.
P43 Single: QUEENS SOUTH AFRICA 1899 four clasps: “cc, WEPENER, T, Witt.”. Impressed 675 Pte. A. B. Dick, Kaffrn. Rifles. Confirmed on Kaplan roll.
Near EF $1280
P42 Single: QUEENS SOUTH AFRICA 1899 five clasps: “CC, OFS, T, 01, 02”. Impressed 5528 Bglr. P. Rolt, Rl. Irish Rif.Polished on obverse Good F $345
P41 Single: QUEENS SOUTH AFRICA 1899 five clasps: “CC, OFS, T, 01, 02”. Impressed 7671 Cpl. P. Pattison, North’d Fus.
Near EF $345
P40 Single: QUEENS SOUTH AFRICA 1899 six clasps: “Belmont, MR, D, JoB, DH, Belfast”.
Impressed 8199 Pte. C. H. Taylor, Coldstream Guards.
Near EF $650
P39 Trio: 1914/15 Star, British War and Victory Medal all correctly impressed to 253 T-CQM (PTE on star) H. R. VINCENT 10/BN AIF.
Previous Service noted as “WA Volunteers 2 years”
EMB: 20th Oct 1914
Wounded in Action 30th April 1915 Gallipoli (“Gun Shot Wnd Foot”)
Invalided to Australia discharging 5th July 1916
Re-enlisted 3rd July 1917 as service number 8248 with the Tunnelling reinforcements.
Embarked second occasion on the 26th November 1917 with 2nd Australian Tunnelling Coy
RTA: 28th July 1919