Online Auction of Coins, Paper Money and Military Medals - 1010 Lots
28th Jan 2020 from 10am
Online Auction of Coins, Paper Money and Military Medals
Online Auction of Coins, Paper Money and Military Medals
28th January 2020 from 10am - (Lots 1 to 1009)
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Hannoverian Waterloo to Artillery.to - Canonier Ludolph Bartmer, Artillerie Regiment.Some contact marking but high detail not affected. GVF.There were two batteries of Hannoverian foot artillery at Waterloo, both (coincidentally) ending up serving with Picton's 5th Division, on the left of the allie...
Estimate £750 - £850
Waterloo to a soldier of the 10th Hussars.Waterloo Medal, 1815 - John Reed 10th Royal Reg. HussarsCondition - Fine, with contacting and polishing but not unattaractively so.With copied papers etc - Reed was born in Aldbourne, Wilts., in 1788 and enlisted into 10th Hussars in 1808. This light cavalry...
Estimate £1750 - £1900
Naval General Service 1793-1840, clasp Navarino.To: Richard Robinson. Condition - NVF, some edge knocks and wear near naming, but name clearly visible. Two men of this name on the medal roll, this to Richard Robinson L.M. on Albion and a Syria to a Pte. R.M. on PCSS CHARLOTTE, which was sold in Glen...
Estimate £1300 - £1400
Naval General Service, 1847, clasps "1 June 1794" and "23rd Jun 1795".to - John Simmons.Condition - Medal in nice condition with very slight scratch on obverse - GVF+ - and on possibly original (certainly old) ribbon.Served in both actions on Admiral Hood's flagship, HMS "Royal George".For the famou...
Estimate £3200 - £3500
Army Of India 1799-1826, clasp Ava To: Captn Wm Shaw, 18th N.I. Condition - NVF some minor edge knocks, naming unaffected, and scratch to obverse.William Shaw is listed in the East India Register, Bengal Section as a Captain 6th December 1821.He served in the 18th Native Infantry from the 27th March...
Estimate £1200 - £1400
Army of India, clasp “Ava” - Lieut in the 28th Native Infantry, later Lieut Colonel, Commanded the Escort to Dr John Crawfurd on his special mission to Siam and Cochin 1821 to 1823. To: Lieut. W. Rutherford. 28th N.I. (naming correctly engraved in upright capital as issued to British army recipients...
Estimate £1300 - £1500
1st Afghan War Medal 1841-42, Cabul 1842 reverse.To: Pte. John Stolden Her Majesty's 31st Regt. Finely engraved in running script. Condition - Medal is very polished to reverse, with word "Cabul" very worn; better to obverse. Clip and ring suspension. Following years of garrison duty in various stat...
Estimate £280 - £320
1st Afghan War, reverse "Ghuznee-Cabul 1842" - 41st Regt.On later scroll suspension.Named in engraved block caps. : David Baldwin 41st Regt.With copied papers - born in Wallingford and enlisted 1840 aged 19. He served for 21 years in the 41st, including service in Canada and India.He seems to have e...
Estimate £600 - £650
Punjab 1848-49, clasps Goojerat, Chillianwala. To. R. Northcote. 24th Foot. Condition - Good/Fine several edge knocks to rim, naming unaffected. The 24th Foot (2nd Warwicks) were heavy engaged at Chillianwala taking over 520 casualties. A good regiment for this action....
Estimate £650 - £750
Punjab 1848-49, no clasp. To. Captn T. Wallace, 3rd Bengal N.I. with decorative buckle to centre of ribbon. Condition - NVFWe have a little research detail on him : Thomas Wallace born 1806; HEIC Cadet 1825/26. Served in the Shekawati Campaign (attack on fort Bathot etc) in Rajasthan in 1834 and in ...
Estimate £480 - £550
India General Service 1849-95, clasp Persia. To: A. Young, 78th Highlanders. (Officially impressed) Condition - NVF some edge knocks but naming unaffected. Andrew Young was born in Burnley, Lancashire in 1841 and enlisted in the 78th Highlanders. He died on the 3rd July 1857 Regiment took part in th...
Estimate £550 - £600
India General Service 1849-95, clasp Perak. To: W.H. Matthews. Asst Engr1st Cl: R.N.H.M.S. Modeste. (Correctly engraved in upright capitals as found on medals with Perak clasp) Condition - Medal EF, no edge knocks, and little scratching to Obverse or Reverse. William H Matthews Born 30th July 1850 E...
Estimate £360 - £400
India General Service 1849-95, clasp Naga-1879-80. To: Sepoy Partab Sing Thappa 44th **** N.I. (Engraved in running script) Condition - Fine, Naming heavy worn and difficult to read in parts. solder repair to clasp.A RARE clasp on the I.G.S. The 44th (Sylhet) Light Infantry, later the 1/8th Gurkha R...
Estimate £280 - £320
India General Service 1849-95, clasp Burma 1885-7. To: Colonel H. P. R. F. Crawfurd 12th Madras Infy. (Correctly engraved in running script) Condition - Generally VF, however suspension bar loose to clasp. Born 1835; Hugh Patrick Ralston Français Crawfurd, the son of Hugh Crawfurd and Annabella Craw...
Estimate £440 - £500
India General Service 1849-95, clasp Chin Lushai 1889-90.To: 1477 Pte W. Cooper 1st Bn Cheshire R. (Engraved in running script.)Condition - EF with nice dark tone.William Cooper was born Stockport in 1867 and enlisted in the Cheshire Regiment in 1885 serving until 1897.With copied service papers whi...
Estimate £300 - £340
Crimea 1854-56, clasps, Balaclava, Sebastopol - Probably rode in the Charge of the Heavy Brigade.To: R Allan Rl Scots Gr**s. (Privately engraved in upright capitals) Condition - Fine, heavy wear to parts of naming, but still legible. Robert Allen (Note spelling of surname) is recorded in Duttons boo...
Crimea 1854-56, clasps Alma, Inkermann, Sebastopol. To: W. Greenough. 44thRegt. (Officially impressed.)Condition - NVF general surface wear with some minor edge knocks, naming un affected. Recipient (whose name also occurs phonetically as "Greenoff") is recorded as died on 15th Feb. 1855. Copy of me...
Estimate £500 - £550
Crimea "Sebastopol" to Paymaster of HMS "Odin".Named in attractive engraved caps. to : John Hay Paymaster H.M.S. Odin.Condition - NEF.With research notes and copies of papers, rolls etc. - Hay was born in 1815 and entered RN service as a Clerk in 1843; Paymastyer 1847.He served on an interesting ar...
Crimea, clasp “Sebastopol” to Commander I.N.T. Saulez, RN.Crimea Medal with clasp “Sebastopol” engraved in large block capitals : “I.N.T. Saulez, Commdr” and with “H.M.S. Miranda” on top rim, across suspension.Condition - GVF condition, with toning.Isaac Newton Thomas Saulez : with large file of res...
Second China 1856-60, clasp Pekin 1860. To: Ens Edwd Egan,99th Regt. (Officially impressed naming) Condition - NEF with nice toning Edward Egan service in the 99th (Duke of Edinburghs - Wiltshire Regt.) Roll confirms and adds that Egan retired by sale of commission. Promoted to Lieut. by purchase, F...
Estimate £460 - £550
Indian Mutiny 1857-59, clasps Central India and Lucknow. To: Same Daniels. 2nd Bn Rifle Bde. Condition - VF Correct on roll - recipient earned "Cental India" serving with Ross's Camel Corps. This unit, which became something of an elite mounted corps, and saw a great deal of arduous service, was lar...
Estimate £750 - £850
Indian Mutiny 1857-59, clasp Central India. To: Captn W. M. Leckie, Dy Asst Qr Mr Genl. Condition - VF With a research file - An interesting career, several times mentioned in dispatches. [e.g. LG 17.7.58 and 17.9.58] and Brevet Major for services. Served under Sir Hugh Rose as DAQMG on 2nd Brigade...
Estimate £700 - £800
Indian Mutiny 1857-59, clasp Lucknow. To: Lt A. W. Brodhurst, 2nd Eurn Lt Cavy Condition - NVF Arthur Westby Brodhurst was appointed a Cornet in the 2nd Bengal European Cavalry on 24 June 1857. He was attached to the 2nd Dragoon Guards (Queen’s Bays), in Sir J. Outram’s division, at the siege and ca...
Estimate £800 - £900
Abyssinia Medal 1867-68. To: 1031 J Steen33rd D.W. Regt. Condition - Medal better than Fine , with some scratching to surface and to naming although this is perfectly legible; solder repair to ring suspension, as often found on this medal. Copy medal roll confirms entitlement. Research shows he was...
Estimate £300 - £360
South Africa 1877-79, clasp "1879" - Queenstown Volunteers.to - Pte. R. M. Whittnall, Queenstown Vol. Corps.On orignal ribbon with attached safety pin! GVF+ and toned black.Note - Correct on roll, which gives "R.W..." on printed roll but clearly "R.M..." on medal.Ony 33 medals issued to this unit.Th...
Estimate £850 - £900
Afghanistan Medal 1878-80, clasp Ali Musjid. To: 2248Lce Corpl G.Wilson. 51st Regt. (Engraved naming in normal British Army style) Condition - NVF, some surface scraping and small edge knocks., naming not badly affected. Correct on roll. No papers found but 1871 index shows him as a Recruit with the...
Egypt and Sudan Medal 1882-89, 1882 dated reverse. To: M. Woodman. Order: H.M.S. "Thaila". (Correlty engraved naming) Condition - NEF, some of the normal pitting from the Khedives star but this is relatively light. Maurice Woodman was born in Littleton Dew, Wiltshire on the 26th December 1869. He en...
Estimate £100 - £120
Egypt and Sudan Medal 1882-89, 1882 dated reverse. To: 726 Pte. J. Cartledge, - 1/Shrops. L. I. (Engraved naming in typical British Army style) Condition - In very nice condition for this issue - hardly any contacting. Correct on roll. Regiment served in the garrison at Alexandria and was present at...
Estimate £140 - £160
Egypt and Sudan Medal 1882-89, un-dated reverse, clasp Suakin 1885. To: W.H. Maynard, Sign 3 Cl. H.H.S. Dolphin (Impressed Navy naming, note first three letters of surname, and ships name heavily worn by contact with Khedives star) Condition - NVF, normal contact marks from star, naming affected as ...
Estimate £200 - £240
Egypt and Sudan Medal 1882-89, un dated reverse, clasp, Suakin 1885. To: 1114 Pte C. Price. 1/Shrops: L.I. (engraved naming in normal british style) Condition - NVF with normal contact wear from Khedives star, and a couple of small edge knocks. Correct on roll. Regt. served in the action at Hasheen,...
Estimate £180 - £220
Egypt Medal, dated 1882, with 5 clasps, to 1st Royal Hldrs. [Black Watch]Clasps Tel-el-Kebir, Suakin 1884, El Teb - Tamaai, The Nile, Kirbekan.2660 Pte. G. Low, 1/R. Hrs.Light contacting; about GVF.Correct on rolls and a rare 5-clasp medal to an excellent regiment for the various actions.1st RH lost...
Ashantee Medal 1873-74, no clasp. To: 1968, Pte. R. Woodcock, 2Bn. Rifle Bde1873-4. (Engraved in British Army style) Condition - EF except a couple of edge knocks. Not entitled to clasp - roll states "sent back sick from [river] Prah 21.1.74". Blackened lettering. Copy service papers - Woodcock was ...
Estimate £280 - £300
East and West Africa 1887-1900, clasp Gambia 1894. To: J. Groome, A.B. H.M.S. Raleigh. (Normal Naval Impressed in upright capitals)Condition - NVF some surface scratches and knocks. Copy service papers confirm John Groome was born on the 8th March 1874 in Walthamstow. He enlisted inFebruary 1890 as ...
India General Service 1895-1902, clasp Punjab Frontier 1897-98, Bronze issue. To: Cook Ala Ditta 1st Pjb Infy. (Engraved in running script) Condition - Better than fine, normal polish you expect for medals to Indian recipients. The 1st Punjab Infantry (Cokes Rifles) we involved in the original incid...
Estimate £120 - £140
India General Service 1895-1902, clasps Punjab Frontier 1897-98, Malakand 1897. Bronze issue.To:Ward Orderly Mariyan, Q.O. Sappers and Miners. (engraved in running script) Condition - Medal has very little wear or contacting though is a bit soiled. Madras units were not often deployed on the NWF on ...
Estimate £220 - £260
India General Service 1895-1902, clasp Punjab Frontier 1897-98. To: 4403 Pte R. Frew 2nd Bn Arg & Suth'd Highrs. (Engraved in running script) Condition - VF with some surface scratches. Robert Frew was born in 1870 in Stevenston, Ayr, he enlisted in 1892 and served until 1905. With copied servi...
Queens South Africa 1899-1902, clasps Cape Colony, Orange Free State. (3rd type reverse) To: 6450 Corpl: T. Ashworth. Lan. Fus. (Impressed naming) Condition - NVF some slight edge knocks. Thomas Ashworth was born inBolton, Lancashire in 1880 and enlisted in the 5/6 Lancashire Fusiliers in 1897 and s...
Estimate £100 - £120
Queens South Africa 1899-1902, clasps, Cape Colony, Tugela Heights, Orange Free State, Relief of Ladysmith, Transvaal. Second type reverse. To: 71578 Dvr: G. NeLL, 66th Bty; R.F.A. (Officially Impressed naming) Condition - About NEF and toning. Clear "ghost dates" to reverse. With copy service paper...
Estimate £400 - £460
Queens South Africa 1899-1902, clasps Cape Colony, South Africa 1902, Third type reverse. To: 42230 Pte T. J. Crothers. 133rd Coy Imp; Yeo. (Officially impressed naming) Condition - VF Thomas James Crothers enlisted in the 133rd Coy Imp Yeo (Irish Horse) in 1902 aged 20 and served until January 1903...
Estimate £190 - £220
Queens South Africa 1899-1902, clasp Cape Colony, 3rd Type reverse. To: 8994 Sgt W.O. Smith, 32nd Coy 2nd Imp;Yeo. (officially impressed naming) Condition - NVF with a couple of small edge knocks. Lancashire Imperial Yeomanry. Medal rolls confirm clasp and entitlement to South Africa 1901 clasp....
Estimate £140 - £160
Scarce Queen's South Africa for 'Rhodesia' and 'Relief of Mafeking' to the Rhodesia Regt.Queen's South Africa, clasps 'Rhodesia', 'Relief of Mafeking', Orange Free State, 'Transvaal'; 215 Cpl. A. M. Marshall, Rhodesia Regt.Condition - original (frayed) ribbon; GVF+.Correct on rolls, which show servi...
Estimate £500 - £550