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Crimea Medal Bar Sebastopol To The 55th Regt , KIA

Crimea Medal Bar Sebastopol To The 55th Regt , KIA

Crimea Medal officially impressed to G HEAVIR 55TH REGT

George Heavie ( Heavir on medal ) was killed in action at the final attack on the Redan Sebastopol on the 8th of September 1855

The 55th Regiment had their Colonel and approx 30 men killed in this attack


Medal in GVF condition  read more

Code: 51071

475.00 GBP

Crimea Medal 3 Bars To The Royal Artillery

Crimea Medal 3 Bars To The Royal Artillery

Crimea medal 3 bars Alma Inkermann Sebastopol officially impressed to G WALLER GR & DR 11th BTN RL ARTY

Medal with original ribbon and in Vf condition  read more

Code: 51072

385.00 GBP

Indian Mutiny Medal Bar Rel Of Lucknow To the 90th Regt

Indian Mutiny Medal Bar Rel Of Lucknow To the 90th Regt

Indian mutiny medal bar Relief of Lucknow T HISCOCK 90TH LT INFY

During the Indian Mutiny in 1857, the 90th were in the unique position of taking part in both the Defence and the Relief of Lucknow. It was at the mutiny that they won a further six Victoria Crosses, one of which was awarded to Patrick Graham for action on 17 Nov 1857, he was elected for this by his fellow soldiers...  read more

Code: 51041

485.00 GBP

South Africa Medal Bar 1877-78 To The Cape Mounted Rifles

South Africa Medal Bar 1877-78 To The Cape Mounted Rifles

South Africa Medal bar 1877-78 PTE P FITZPATRICK C M RIFLES

medal confirmed on roll and generally in GVF condition  read more

Code: 51035

675.00 GBP

Crimea Medal Bar Sebastopol To The L T C

Crimea Medal Bar Sebastopol To The L T C

Crimea Medal Bar Sebastopol regimentally impressed to 732 JOHN MCKECHNIE 3RD BATTN L T C

LTC = Land Transport Corps

Medal is impressed in an attractive regimental style , the same as found to the Highland Brigade

Medal in toned NEF condition  read more

Code: 51011

215.00 GBP

QSA To The Oxford LI , Sev Wounded Later Died

QSA To The Oxford LI , Sev Wounded Later Died

QSA 4 bars Cape Colony, Orange Free State , Transvaal, SA01 1707 PTE F STYLES OXFORD LI

Frederick Styles an 18 year old chair polisher from Downley Wycombe enlisted into the Oxford Light Infantry in 1891 . he served in South Africa from September 1900 to January 1902. He was wounded severely on 02/09/1901 at Jammerberg and died at home in 1903

Full service papers...  read more

Code: 50923

225.00 GBP