Medals & Militaria Sale on
Thursday 26th March 2020

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1.      Four Framed Late XIX Century Military Prints, including after G.D.Giles The 43rd - Oxfordshire Light Infantry, after Frank Feller The 30th - East Lancashire. 15-25
2.      After Ronald Wong Framed Graphite Signed Print, 'Sky Pirate', Buccaneer, signed by the artist together with over twenty other graphite signatures including dedication "To Roy - Best Wishes John McCrea", Wg Cdr Bill Cope 'Pilot', Flt Lt Carl Wilson 'Navigator', Damian D Lima, No 61/100, measuring 86cm across 73cm high 20-30
3.      A Framed Print, Operation Chastise, from an original oil painting by John Larder, multiple graphite signatures including Harry Johnson DFM, John Bell, measuring 70cm across, 50.5cm high. 20-40
4.      A Set of 'Castella' Soliders of Waterloo Trade Cards, framed, plus another by Wills. 10-20
5.      A Framed Print, Royal George, The Flagship of Vice Admiral Sir Alex Hood, at anchor in Cawsand Bay, Plymouth, 1794, graphite signature of the artist Derek G.M. Gardnery, measuring 83cm across, 69.5cm high. 20-30
6.      Four Framed Late XIX Century Military Prints, including after G.D.Giles The 68th - Durham Light Infantry. 15-25
7.      A Framed Print, by Robert Taylor Entitled "K.M. Bismarck", graphite signed by Baron Von Mullenheim, Gunnery Officer K.M. Bismarck, measuring 74cm across, 59 cm high. 20-30
8.      A Framed Print, of H.M.S Ark Royal, The Ark Turning into Wind, No. 762/850, graphite signed by David Shepherd, measuring 104cm across, 71cm high. 40-60
9.      Two Framed Military Aircraft Prints, Low Down The Lake Again, Panavia Tornado GRI of No 617 Squadron, Fourteen Tons of Thunder, BAC/English Electric Lightning F3 of No 56 Squadron, both from original paintings by Wilfred Hardy G.AV. and both measuring 55cm across, 41cm high. 15-25
10.     A Framed Print, by Robert Taylor, Entitled "Memphis Belle", graphite signature to lower right of print, measuring 74cm across, 65cm high. 20-30
11.     A Framed Print, by Robert Taylor, Entitled "Duel of Eagles", to commemorate the 40th Anniversary of The Battle of Britain 1940-1980. Signed by Douglas Badger and Adolf Galland, measuring 74cm across, 65cm high. 30-50
12.     After Sean Rodwell, Framed Graphite Signed Print, 'Cruising Home', signed by the artist and Air Commodore J.J Spencer CBE, AFC, RAF No 152/1000, measuring 85cm across, 67cm high. 20-30
13.     A Framed Print of The Royal Air Force Battle of Britain Memorial Flight Over RAF Cosford, graphite signatures of Squadron Leader C.R Paterson, Spitfire Pilot Squadron Leader D.A. Martin and Hurricane Pilot Wing Commander D.M. Moss, measuring 60.5cm across, 48.5cm high. 20-30
14.     A Framed Print, by Robert Taylor, Entitled "Hurricane", graphite signed by Wing Commander R.R Stanford-Tuck, measuring measuring 74cm across, 64cm high. 20-30
15.     After Michael Rondot, Framed Graphite Signed Print Canberra over Kabul,signed by the artist, together with fourteen graphite signatures including Eddie Craig, Brian Coll, single limited edition print No 42/275, measuring 79cm across, 59cm high. 20-30
16.     A Framed Print, by Robert Taylor, Entitled "The Last Moments of H.M.S Hood", graphite signed by survivor Lieutenant Ted Biggs, measuring 74cm across, 59cm high. 20-30
17.     First Edition Framed Print of "Spitfire", by Robert Taylor, graphite signatures of Group Captain Sir Douglas Bader, CBE, DSO, DFC and Air Vice Marshall Johnnie Johnson CB, CBE, DSO, DFC, measuring 72cm across, 61cm high. 20-40
18.     A Framed Print, by Robert Taylor, Entitled "H.M.S Kelly", Grand Harbour Malta, 1941, No. 1658/2000, graphite signed by the artist and Lord Mountbatten, 1st Earl Mountbatten of Burma, measuring 113cm across, 87cm high. 25-50
19.     After Keith Woodcock Framed Graphite Signed Print, Portrait of Power, XR768 Lightning, No 182/850, measuring 94cm across, 78cm high. 20-30
20.     An Unframed Print, by Robert Taylor, Entitled "Limping Home", graphite signed by Leonard Cheshire V.C, measuring 61cm across, 50.5cm high. 25-40
21.     An Unframed Print, "Defence by Deterrent" by John Peirson, graphite signatures of the artist and Martin Withers, measuring 63cm across, 51cm high. 15-30
22.     A XXI Century Toys Plastic Model of a Focke Wulf 190D Military Aircraft, call sign 211016, wingspan approximately 58cm, pilot figurine; together with two plastic model ground crew figurines, model has previously been displayed. 25-50
23.     A Scratch Built 1;24th Scale Wooden Construction RC Model of a RAF Air Sea Rescue Launch (122 Whaleback) Boat, battery operated, electric motor, Sea Hunter micro control, Futaba receiver Futaba T2ER controller, built to a high standard and worthy of closer inspection, approximately 80cm long, 21cm wide, 45cm high, presented on a plinth within a perspex fronted wooden carry, display case. 70-120
24.     A Plastic Model of a German Air Force Canadair CL 13B Sabre Military Aircraft, No. D-9539, approximately 65cm length, wingspan 60cm, model has been displayed. 25-50
25.     An Early XX Century St. John Ambulance Printed First Aid Cloth Sling; together with a series of black and white prints depicting First Aid Methods, all displayed within a frame measuring 135cm across, 73.5cm high. 20-30
26.     A Collection of Predominately North East Region Constabulary Second Half of XX Century Badges, Buttons, Special Constabulary Epaulette's, all presented within a glass fronted wooden display cabinet, measuring 52 across, 53cm high, 22cm deep. 80-120
27.     A Quantity of WWII Dated British Army Webbing, including belt/water bottle/map case/en-trenching tool among associated items- plus a later 'Pig Sticker' bayonet. 30-50
28.     A Quantity of Mid XX Century and Later Military Webbing Items, including pouches, straps, etc. 20-40
29.     A Quantity of Mid XX Century and Later Military Webbing Items, including pouches, straps,etc, 20-40
30.     Two Pressed Steel Helmets, with a chrome finish, two kevlar inners, U.S. Military Helmet, a modern military gas mask. 20-40
31.     A Quantity of Mid XX Century and Later Military Webbing, including belts, bags, cook ware, eye shields, anti gas (two tubs) 20-40
32.     Eleven White Metal Model Military Figures, all Napoleon 'Pieceworks' editions including Bataille De Wagram 1809, Pont D'Arcole 1796, Sacre De L'Empereur 1804, all in original packaging. 20-40
33.     A Quantity of Mid XX Century and Later Military Webbing Items, including pouches, straps etc. 20-40
34.     Approximately Twenty Books, mainly with Ancient Greek or Roman Thematics, including Marcus Agrippa Right Hand Man Caesar Augustus by Lindsay Powell, Sparta at War - Strategy, Tactics and Campaigns by Scott M.Rusch, The Cambridge Ancient History Volume XII The Imperial Crisis and Recovery A.D. 193 - 324. 20-40
35.     A Quantity of Mid XX Century and Later Military Webbing Items, including pouches, straps etc. 20-40
36.     A 2nd Half XX Century Welsh Guards Red Tunic. 20-40
37.     Three American Post WWII/Vietnam Period Khaki Tunics/Battles Dress, with unit badges/medal ribbons/rank badges etc. Airbourne interest noted. Two with personal ID mementoes. 30-50
38.     Three 2nd Half XX Century Military Uniforms. An American Naval blazer/an R.A.F uniform to a navigator and an American tunic. 15-25
39.     A WWII Period British Khaki Tunic, REME badges. B. Pocket stamped, Montreal, 1944. 30-50
40.     A WWII Period Privately Made British Khaki R.A.S.C. Tunic To The Rank of Major. 30-50
41.     A WWII Era Blue Civilian Defence Tunic. Label reads Redman Bros 1941. Badges include CD/Finchley/Rescue/First Aid. Military Cross Medal Group Ribbon, also attached. 30-50
42.     Four Wooden Glass Fronted Display Cases, suitable for displaying military badges, medals etc, the largest measuring approximately 66cm x 66cm 20-40
43.     A Quantity of Modern French Military Themed Badges and Cloth Badges, noted badges include Tireur D'Elite Sniper (Drago), Commando Instructuer (Drago), Commando Training Centre Forces Francaises en Allemagne (Drago). 50-80
44.     In Excess of Twenty Mid XX Century and Later Military Style Forage Caps, (no badges). 20-30
45.     Two WWII British Steel Helmets, both with insignia, liners and chin straps present. 20-40
46.     Approximately Eighteen Modern Military Style Caps, including forage (no badges). 20-30
47.     A German Field Dressing Dated 1943, an aluminium canteen, and a WWII Era British Civilian First Aid kit/ A.T.G. Co. Marching Compass/ among associated items. 20-40
48.     Thirty Seven Modern French Air Force Themed Enamel Badges, to include B.A. 123 Orleans, G.A.E.L. ET65 Villscoublat, B.A. 115 Orange, all presented within a perspex fronted wooden display case measuring 63cm across, 38cm high.
50-80
49.     A Late XIX/Early XX Century Stereoscope and Boxed Set of South African War Stereoscopic Cards. 20-40
50.     Two Sets of Britains White Metal Military Model Figures, both from The Golden Jubilee Series to include #40337 The Royal Marines Escort, #40338 The Royal Marines Colour Party, boxed 20-40
51.     Approximately Fifty Mainly British Military Cloth and Metal Badges, both original and re-strikes. 40-80
52.     Three Modern British WWII Themed Framed Prints, including image depicting Pilot Officers 29th July 1940 at Hawkinge Near Folkestone, signatures include Bill Hodds, Peter Brothers, Richard Haine 600 Sqn, Westminster issue "Spitfire Summer, graphite signed, "Thorpe Abbotts 1944", graphite signed. 20-40
53.     A Quantity of WWII Era and Later Military Themed Publications, including Daily Express War Map Sheet I Western Front, The Army at War Tunisia, Fleet Air Arm, His Majesty's Submarines, Military Aircraft photographic reprints, two vintage tins. 20-40
54.     In Excess of Twenty Mid XX Century And Later Military Style Forage Caps (no badges)





























































































































































































































































































































20-40
55.     A Collection of Royal Air Force Signatures, including R.Smith D.F.C 617 Sqn, Tommy Thompson 18 Sqn, Dennis Gosling D.F.C 604 Sqd, Sam Thompson 9 and 103 Sqn, unverified. 20-40
56.     Two 21st Century Toys, The Ultimate Soldier 32 x 1:32nd Scale Military Model Figure Sets, including #20059 US 8cm Mortar Pit WWII Mortar with Crew and Vase, #20083 Listening Post/Outpost, boxed. 20-30
57.     A WWII or Later American Military Canvas Shotgun Bag, and associated cleaning kit. 20-40
58.     Two Sets of White Metal Military Model Figures by Britains, comprising of #00126 Royal Scots Marching (eight figures), #0090 Scots Guards Drum and Bugle Set (five figures) loose in box. 20-40
59.     Two 1:32nd Scale Diecast/Plastic Model Military Vehicles by 21st Century Toys, including The Ultimate Soldier 32 x Cold Steel WWII U.S. Tank M4 Sherman Tank, The Ultimate Soldier 32 x WWII German Eight Ton Troop Carrier, boxed. 30-50
60.     In Excess of Twenty Mid XX Century and Later Military Style Forage Caps, (no badges) 20-30
61.     A Quantity of WWII British Military Press Photographs. 20-40
62.     Two Sets of White Metal Military Model Figures by Britains, both from The Trooping The Colour Series comprising of #40115 Scots Guards Officer and Guardsmen (eight figures), #40393 Irish Guards Colour Party (five figures), boxed. 20-40
63.     A Scratch/Kit Built Wooden Construction Model of a Royal Navy Patrol Boat, radio controlled electric motor - Graupner 600 BB Turbo 12v, battery operated, Sanwa SRM102 Servo, Sanwa AM receiver SRC 2322RS, RC line digital BS-30, approximately 86cm length, 25cm wide, 45cm high, presented on a wooden plinth, small parts may be missing, and or damage. (no RC controller) 60-100
64.     A Kit Built Glass Fibre and Wood Construction RC Model of a Royal Navy Harbour Defence Motor Launch, battery operated twin electric motors, Acoms AS17, Futabo R152JE, Viper Marine 40 unit, model boats magazine plans for MLB83, Futabo Tzer Controller, built to a high standard, approximately 90cm long, 21cm wide, 42cm high, presented on a wooden plinth. 70-120
65.     Twenty Three Britains 1:32nd Scale White Metal Military Figures, comprising of #41062 Yeoman Warder (sixteen), #41065 Policeman (seven), all in original, (opened) packaging. 30-50
66.     In Excess of Seventy Five Modern Facsimile Images Predominantly with a British WWII Military Dambusters Theme, including aircraft, aircrew, officers, social events, aerial. 20-40
67.     Two Sets of White Metal Military Model Figures, by MKl Model to include #MKL 208 Scots Guards Colour Party Attention (three figures), #MKL309 Irish Guards Escort to Colour Attention, (six figures), boxed. 20-40
68.     Nineteen Britains 1:32nd Scale White Metal Military Figures, comprising of #41066 Life Guard, #41063 Blue and Royals, all in original, (opened) packaging. 25-40
69.     Three Sets of White Metal Military Model Figures by Britains, all from The Trooping The Colour Series comprising of #40393 Irish Guards Colour Party (five figures), #40115 Scots Guards Officer and Guardsmen (eight figures) #40113 Escort To The Colour Irish Guards (missing one figure), boxed. 25-40
70.     Twelve Britains 1:32nd Scale White Metal Military Mounted Figures, comprising of #41078 Blues and Royals Mounted (six), #41074 Life Guard Mounted (six), all in original, (opened) packaging. 25-40
71.     Two Sets of White Metal Military Model Figures, by MKL Models to include #MKL301 Grenadier Guards Escort to Colours Marching, (six figures), #MKL309 Irish Guards Escort to Colour Attention, (six figures), boxed. 25-40
72.     Seventeen Britains 1:32nd Scale White Metal Model Figures, to include #41067 Scots Guard, #41068 Scots Guard Officer, #41064 Beefeater. Plus two #41069 Sentry Boxes, all in original (opened) packaging. 25-40
73.     A Collection of Photographs/Facsimile Images, mainly with a Military theme, Gurkha Regiment noted. 20-30
74.     Two Sets of White Metal Military Model Figures, by MKL Models, both MKL301 Grenadier Guards Escort to Colours Marching , (six figures per set), boxed. 25-40
75.     A Quantity of Mainly Pre-War Cigarette Cards, by John Player, Gallaher, Wills among others, often with a Military theme, presented as full and part sets in three loose leaf folders. 30-50
76.     A Pair of Probably Post WWII RAF Leather Flying Gloves, inner label depicts The Military Broad Arrow, Ref No. 22C/9; together with RAF Air Crew cased spectacles, stores Ref 220C/96, Mark VIII Anti Glare Medium, six RAF tunic buttons, belt buckle. 50-100
77.     Thirty White Metal Model Military Figures, all with Royal Air Force Band and RAF Regiment Thematics, presented on cardboard backs. 20-40
78.     Two Sets of White Metal Military Model Figures, by MKL Models to include #MKL301 Grenadier Guards Escort to Colours Marching, (six figures), #MKL309 Irish Guards Escort to Colour Attention, (six figures), boxed. 25-40
79.     Approximately Fifty White Metal Military Model Figures Nearly Always Waterloo Regiments, including Private 44th Foot East Essex Regiment, Cavalerist Huzaar Regiment No 8, Company Officer 12th Light Dragoons (One Tray) 25-50
80.     Twenty Seven White Metal Model Military Figures, including The Tournament Collection (five figures) model soldier set, Britains Marines, U.S Military, including bandsmen. 20-40
81.     An Interesting Collection of Predominately Military Items, to include the remnants of a WWI Christmas 1914 'Princess Alice' tin, whistles, cloth insignia, etc. 20-30
82.     A Quantity of British and Other Reproduction Medals. 40-60
83.     Two Sets of White Metal Military Model Figures by Britains, both from The Trooping The Colour Series comprising of #40113 Escort To The Colour Irish Guards (three figures) #40114 Grenadier Guards Colour party (five figures), boxed. 20-40
84.     A Large Quantity of Items Relating to Pat Cronin, RAF, including part of uniform, photographs, letters, magazines, plus most importantly a quantity of original cartoon artwork, Four Boxes

*Records suggest Pat Cronin Served with 211 Squadron in the Far East, however he was a renowned war time cartoonist, whose work appeared in many of the magazines of the day. 100-200
85.     A Collection of Early XX Century and Later British Military Photographs and Postcards, to include R.A.F Halton, Gibraltar Naval Base, aircraft carriers, warships, early R.A.F Aviation interest; together with a quantity of cigarette cards and silks by Players, Hignetts, Wills, Ogdens Thematics include boxing, flowers, theatre characters, locomotives (one album). 30-50
86.     Four Mainly WWI Era "Trench Art" Empty Part Shell Casings. 15-25
87.     A Small Quantity of Mainly Mid XX Century British Army Badges/Buttons and Associated Items, including some shrapnel. 20-30
88.     Two Plastic Model Kit, Built Military Aircraft, including Martin Mariner S24 Sqrdn R.A.F. Oban 1943, both presented in perspex display cases, the largest measuring 33cm, 24cm, 10cm deep. 20-30
89.     A Quantity of Twenty American Military Medals, including a Bronze Star. 100-150
90.     In Excess of Ninety Five Military Flown Covers and Similar Many 1970's Issues with Signatures, including Royal Air Force Halton, No 19 Squadron Royal Air Force, Royal Air Force Sealand presented within one album, worthy of closer inspection. 50-100
91.     Two 21st Century Toys, The Ultimate Soldier 32 X 1:32nd Scale Military Model Figure Sets, including #20071 German 8cm Mortar Pit, WWII Mortar with crew and base, #20083 Listening Post/Outpost, boxed. 20-30
92.     Four Modern Diecast and Plastic Military Model Tanks, Artillery, all WWI German Military themed, including Unimax 1:72nd scale Tank #333 (previously displayed), artillery field gun. 20-30
93.     A Kit Built Glass Fibre and Wood Construction RC Model of a RAF Air Sea Rescue Launch, whaleback boat, battery operated, electric motor, Ripmax XtraTsunami, Futaba S5003 T2ER Futaba controller, approximately 80cm length, 21cm wIde, 40cm high, presented on a wooden plinth, small parts may be missing and or damage. 60-100
94.     A WWII Period Pottery Table Vegetable Dish, with German 3rd Reich Luftwaffe stamped to base, dated 1942. 20-40
95.     A Pair of WWII British Commando Ski Shoes, probably Canadian origin with webbing. 20-40
96.     Three Bound Volumes of Aviation News, (circa 1970's), volumes 1-3. 20-40
97.     A Royal Mail Battle of Britain 25th Anniversary Cover, dated 13th September 1965 signed by Douglas Bader. 20-40
98.     Hans Rossbach Royal Air Force Little Rissington (Luftwaffe Commemorative Signed) Military Flown Cover Dated 19th June 1972, Series No 37, Cover dated 19th June 1972, Series No 37, Cover No 36, signed by Bruno Poelke, Otto E.Lindpaintner, Friedrich - Karl Frhr, Adolf Fischer, Oskar Fink, Eugen Schauble. 50-80
99.     Hans Rossbach Royal Air Force Topcliffe (Luftwaffe Commemorative Signed) Military Flown Cover Dated 1st February 1972, Series No 48, Cover No 96, signed by Jupp Potzkuhl, Lt. Hans Rasper, Oberst Gunther Radusch, Hauptmann Heinz Rokker, Leutnant Arnold Doring. 50-80
100.    Hans Rossbach Royal Air Force Uxbridge (Luftwaffe Commemorative Signed) Military Flown Cover Dated 18th September 1971, Series No 40, Cover No 23 signed by Major Werner Schroder, Major Arnulf Blasig, Ernst Wilhelm Reinert, Major Werner P Roell, Gustav Pressler. 50-80
101.    Hans Rossbach Royal Air Force Andover (Luftwaffe Commemorative Signed) Military Flown Cover Dated 18th June 1971, Series No 67, cover No 11, signed by Horst Von Riesen, Helumt Steffen, Ernst Zindel Junkers designer. 50-80
102.    Hans Rossbach Royal Air force Topcliffe (Luftwaffe Commemorative Signed) Military Flown Cover Dated 1st February 1972, Series No 58, cover No 22, signed by Major Paul Zorner, Major Paul Lehmann, Wolfgang Thimmig, Oberst Hajo Herrmann. 50-80
103.    Hans Rossbach Royal Air Force Halton (Lutfwaffe Commemorative Signed), Military Flown Cover Dated 1st August 1970, Series No 76, Cover No 14, signed by Vice Feldwebel Heinz Benz, Albert Thasler, Gerhard Haase-Berton, Ernest Peterson. 50-80
104.    Hans Rossbach Royal Air Force Thorney Island (Luftwaffe Commemorative Signed) Military Flown Cover Dated 13th August 1971, Series No 23, Cover No 97 signed by Gen Lt Gustav Wilke, Walter Hornung, Gen Lt, Gerhard Conrad. 50-80
105.    A I:16thScale? Kit Built R/C Model German Tiger I Tank, including Tamiya DMD multifunction units MF-01, T-03, battery operated (no battery), electric motor, built to a high standard. 50-80
106.    A I:I6th Scale? Kit Build R/C U.S Military WWII Model Tank, including Tamiya DMD control unit, sound battery operated (no battery present), electric motor, built to a high standard together with a Hitec Eclipse 7 advanced digital radio control system. 50-80
107.    A Bravo Delta Models Messerschmitt ME109 Model Aircraft "Dragon", plinth, boxed. 50-70
108.    A Bravo Delta Models Supermarine Spitfire Model Aircraft, plinth, boxed. 50-70
109.    A Bravo Delta Models Messerschmitt ME 262 Model Aircraft, plinth, boxed 30-70
110.    A XIX Century Indo Persian Yataghan Scimitar, etched blade appears unbent or broken, carved ivory handle intact, cross guard damaged and loose sheath in two parts and poor, ideal project for full restoration. 60-100
111.    A WWI Period Imperial German Officers Sword, missing scabbard. 30-50
112.    A WWI Period Royal Artillery Officers Sword, blade fully etched and flat edge stamped 1690, with original leather scabbard (damaged) 50-80
113.    A Mid XIX Century Cavalry Troopers Sword, all steel hilt, slightly curved fullered blade, 89cm long, missing scabbard. 25-40
114.    A XIX Century Court Sword with Cut Steel, Decorated Hilt, with damaged leather and steel scabbard (damage to tip) possibly Continental. 40-60
115.    A Modern Presentation Jambiya, in presentation case. 40-60
116.    Two XIX Century Military Swords, a Cavalry Troopers Sword with 89cm curved fullered blade stamped S & R plus a Victorian Officers Sword with brass hilt and 79cm fullered blade (tip damaged), both lacking scabbard and showing signs of wear. 30-50
117.    A North America Tribal Knife, with decorated blade in leather and skin scabbard, overall length 37cm plus a British Fighting Knife, Fairbairn Sykes style, missing scabbard. 30-50
118.    Two Mid XX Century Kukri, one with skinning knives in leather covered scabbard, one in poor scabbard. 25-40
119.    A Modern Knife In The Style of a Fairburn Sykes Fighting Knife. Blade stamped- 'Morton's of Sheffield'. In leather sheath. 25-40
120.    A Reproduction Fairbairn Sykes Style Fighting Knife, with leather sheath. 20-40
121.    A Fairbairn Sykes 3rd Pattern Style Fighting Knife, with leather scabbard. 30-50
122.    Mid XX Century Belgium F.N. F.A.L. Bayonet, in its all steel scabbard. 20-30
123.    A Mid XX Century German Mouser Bayonet, stamped 'Waffen Fabrik', Oberndorf spring appears to work. Signs of restoration to blade with restored scabbard. 25-40
124.    Two 2nd Half XX Century Swiss SIG Stgw 1957 Pattern Bayonets, with original scabbards. 30-50
125.    A Mid XX Century Spanish 'Bolo' Blade Bayonet. Spring appears to work, with original scabbard. Blade and scabbard number appear to match- 7136. 30-50
126.    A Mid XX Century Turkish Mouser Bayonet. Pitting and chipping to blade, complete with scabbard. 20-40
127.    A Mid XX Century Horn Handled Kukri, with two skinning knives, leather scabbard and leather frog. 50-70
128.    A WWII German 'Butcher' Bayonet. Pitting to blade/spring seized/missing scabbard. 20-40
129.    A 1907 Pattern WWI Period Lee Enfield Bayonet, with leather scabbard, spring seized. 20-40
130.    A 1907 Pattern WWI Era British Lee Enfield Bayonet, with scabbard. 20-40
131.    A XIX Century Martini Henry Socket Bayonet, stamped with WD Arrow, complete with leather/brass scabbard. 50-80
132.    A XIX Century French Gras Bayonet, date 1881, complete with scabbard and spring mechanism, appears to work. 30-50
133.    A French Gras Bayonet and Steel Scabbard Dated 1877, spring appears to work, pitting to scabbard. 30-50
134.    A French Gras Bayonet Dated 1886, with scabbard, spring stiee, plus a French Chassepot scabbard in poor condition. 20-40
135.    A French Chassport Bayonet and Steel Scabbard, dated 1869 with matching No's 22883, spring appears to function. 30-50
136.    A XIX Century French Sabre Bayonet, dated 1874, with scabbard. 25-40
137.    A Cut Down XIX Century French Cavalry Sword, XIX Century French Sabre Bayonet a XIX Century French Lebel Bayonet, all missing scabbards, poor condition. 30-50
138.    A Reproduction Early XIX Century Style Blunderbust. 100-150
139.    A BSA 240 Magnum Air Pistol. 0.177 calibre. 70-100
140.    A Mid XIX Century Double Barrel Pocket Pistol of Continental Origin, with pin fire action with sliding top safety, folding triggers, overall length 23cm 100-150
141.    An Early XVIII Century Flintlock Pocket Pistol by Dunderdale, Mabson and Labron, sliding to safety, folding trigger, screw off barrel, London proof markings, engraved decoration, overall length 16cm 350-450
142.    A Mid XIX Century Pepperbox Pistol, probably of Continental Origin, double action/cross hatch grip, foliage engraving with some blueing still present, no obvious makers mark. 200-300
143.    A XIX Century Percussion Dueling/Target Pistol, by Nouvelle Fils, Limoge, France, engraved lock, Damascus barrel. 300-400
144.    A Mid XIX Century Pocket Percussion Pistol, by Forrest, with folding trigger, significant signs of wear plus another pocket pistol in poor condition. 40-60
145.    An XVIII Style Flintlock Holster Pistol, overall length 38cm. 100-120
146.    A Mid XIX Century Percussion Holster Pistol, by Smith and Son, London, captive ramrod, back action lock, overall length 33cm etched decoration. 150-200
147.    An XVIII Century Flintlock Large 'Overcoat Pistol', replaced stock and ram, overall length 29cm 70-100
148.    A XIX Century Pin Fire Pocket Revolver, obsolete calibre, probably of Belgium origin, foliage decoration to chamber. 40-60
149.    A Mid XIX Century, Possibly French Large Bore Overcoat Percussion Pistol. 40-60
150.    A Mid XX Century Webley and Scott Ltd .177 Webley "Senior" Air Pistol, slanted grip. 60-100
151.    A Mid XIX Century Percussion Pocket Pistol, 18cm long, signs of significant cleaning and/or restoration. 30-50
152.    A Mid XIX Century Percussion Pocket Pistol, overall length 18cm 40-60
153.    An Early XIX Century Hunting Rifle, large bore, a converted percussion from Flintlock action with set trigger, possibly of Continental origin, target sights and star burst inlay to barrel, overall length 150cm 150-250
154.    A BSA Standard No 2 (1919-1936) .22 Calibre Air Rifle, Serial Number S11671, under lever action defective 14" stock, chequered grip, accompanied with slip case. 70-120
155.    *** COLLECTING BACK*****
A XIX Century Percussion Sporting Gun, hatched decoration to butt and foliage to lock, no obvious makers name, overall length 124cm. 40-80
156.    A Mid XX Century BSA Cadet .177 Air Rifle, S/N B63793A 30-50
157.    An Early XIX Century Flintlock Sea Service Pistol, probably of Continental origin, lanyard ring to butt, overall length c.40cm 180-200
158.    An XVIII Century Ottoman Holster Pistol, Flintlock action, brass inlay 'skull crushing' butt. 150-250
159.    An XVIII East India Company Marked Musketoon/Blunderbust Pistol, flintlock action, possibly restocked at a later date, overall length 48cm. 150-250
160.    A Late XIX Century Holster Pistol with a percussion action replacing the original flintlock, signs of restoration, especially to the hood. 80-120
161.    An 1860 Pattern German Dragoon Picklehaube, overall appears original, except inner leather chin strap, replaced. 500-700
162.    A WWII Telescope Identification AA Mark III No 1972 Dated 1941, with WD arrow, maker TS?, significant signs of wear. 30-50
163.    A Watkin Clinometer MK.I by Pitkin London, No 219 dated 1940, presented in original leather case. 30-50
164.    A Pair of Mid XX Century British Military Binoculars, x 5/MKIV with WD Arrow. 20-30
165.    A Quantity of Mainly Original British Military XX Century Cap Badges, Shoulder Titles, Buttons, including Royal Kent West Regiment, Gordon Highlanders, RAMC, RASC. 30-50
166.    A WWI A.Kershaw and Son Ltd Mark III Clinometer Sight, for Vickers 303 machine gun MKI, No 1104 dated 1918. 25-40
167.    A WWII Clino Mortar MK IV Target Marker by Mechanism Ltd, No 6024, dated 1940, W.D Arrow. 20-40
168.    A 7 x 50 Gun Sighting Telescope, patt G376, Canadian Kodak Co. Limited. 20-40
169.    A WWII Pattern Arms Entrenching Tool, in canvas pouch and a 'Pig Sticker' Bayonet in scabbard. 30-50
170.    A WWII Spring Loaded Machine Gun Clinometer Sight MK IV by R. Ltd N.Z, dated 1945, New Zealand No 624, presented in a wooden box. 20-40
171.    A WWII German (Dummy) Incendiary Device "Fire Bomb", missing front part of device. 20-30
172.    A WWII Clinometer Field Mark VI No 19392 by J.M.G and Sons Ltd, dated 1942, together with another Military ranging device makers mark crown A.M. 1942. 20-40
173.    A British Air Ministry Military Bubble Sextant MK. IX.A., No. 333/42, in original case. 25-50
174.    A Selection of WWI Charity Flags, some Sheffield themes noted. 50-80
175.    George V Sovereign 1912, (8.0g) together with a letter from the York and Lancaster Regiment stating that the 2nd Batallion York and Lancaster Regiment arrived in France in August 1914 and by October were serving in the Vicinity of Neuve Chapelle, on 18th October they were tasked to capture 'Radinghem' and beyond It To The Chateau De Flanders, in an effort to secure the Chateau they came under heavy rifle and machine gun fire, casualties ensued and were buried in The Plateau by the Chateau. In 2006 the occupant of a modern house in this area was having a pipeline installed in his garden when the remains of a British Soldier were recovered. The body could not be identified and was buried as an unknown soldier on 5/10/2006 in Rue David Military Cemetery at Fleurbaix. Among the accoutrements found with the body was a gold sovereign which had laid in the ground for 92 years, photocopy picture of the unknown British Soldiers War Grave at Fleurbaix. 190-210
176.    A WWI German Iron Cross, 1st Class. 50-80
177.    A WWII Period Paper Knife, in the form of a German 3rd Reich Kreigsmarine Dagger, overall length 26cm. 50-80
178.    A German 3rd Reich Era Red Cross DLK Belt Buckle. 60-80
179.    A German 3rd Reich Era Red Cross DLK Belt Buckle, later belt. 60-80
180.    A WWII Era Buren, Grand Prix British Military Wristwatch, 'Part of The Dirty Dozen', military broad arrow on face, case screw back with issue marking, military broad arrow, H8891, 339054, non original strap. 800-1200
181.    Helma: A Vintage Swiss Military Made Mechanical Wristwatch, by Helma, known as a "D-H" Service Wristwatch of the German Army for Wehrmacht Officers and Soldiers during WWII. The signed dial with Arabic numerals and seconds subsidiary dial, reverse of screw-back impressed with issue number D 05100 H, (lacking part of strap). 70-100
182.    Longines: An R.A.F Military Style Weems Patent Wristwatch, the signed dial with Arabic numerals, adjustable bezel with secondary screw-down bezel/tachimeter, (lacking crown), to later expanding bracelet. 100-200
183.    A WWII Era German Army Wehrmacht Wristwatch by Stabila (Unzerbrechlich), black face with fluorescent hands and numbers with secondary dial, with leather strap, case stamped S656. 200-300
184.    A Group of Eight WWII British Medals, Defence Medal, War Medal, France Germany Star, Africa Star Burma Star, Italy Star, Atlantic Star, 1939-45 Star, some bars maybe later replacements. 30-50
185.    A Quantity of WWII Related and Later Un-Official Medals and Society Medals. 30-50
186.    A WWI Medal Trio comprising 1914-15 Star/War Medal and Victory Medal to 5/4 060503 Cpl Clement Percy Hubbard, Royal Army Service Corps, some facimile photographs. 40-60
187.    A WWI Medal Duo, comprising War Medal and Victory Medal to 241616 Cpl J.A Robinson, Notts and Derby, - Sherwood Foresters, plus Special Constabulary Faithful Medal to Sergeant Joseph A Robinson, lot also includes cap badge, POW card, photograph among other associated items.
*Born in Bakewell on 27th December 1895, Joseph Archibald Robinson volunteered in 1917. A Short but eventful Military career saw him both wounded and then captured in March 1918, having initially been posted as missing in action, after the war he settled in Chesterfield, married Ada Yeomans in 1920 and had a career with The Electricity Board,and acted as a Special Constable, Mr Robinson died in February 1974 aged 79. 50-80
188.    A WWI and WWII Farther and Son Group of Medals to The Family 'Sherwin'.

1/ A WWI Medal duo comprising War Medal and Victory Medal to 551843 Pte J Sherwin, Labour Corps, includes small selection of post cards and paperwork
*Records suggest, James Sherwin from Clapton in London was born in 1882 and worked as a warehouse man, he was initially rejected from signing up in February 1915 due to poor eye sight, however in August 1916 he joined the 106th Labour Corps and served until he was discharged in April 1919. He died in January 1964 in London aged 82

2/ A WWII Group of Four Medals comprising 1939-45 Star, Atlantic Star with France Germany Bar, War Medal and Naval General Service Medal with 1945-51 Minesweeping Bar to JX567995 Able Seaman R Sherwin, Royal Navy, small amounts of Naval paperwork included.
*Records indicated Reginald Ron Sherwin was born in London in June 1925 and he joined The Royal Navy in 1943 before being discharged in December 1946. 150-250
189.    A WWII Era Medal Duo, comprising long service and good conduct medal and War medal to 4739971 Sgt P. Young, Yorks and Lancs Regiment, in original boxes of issue, plus dog tag, badges, certificate of service among other items.

*Records indicate Percy Young of Sheffield was born in 1903 and enlisted on 28th September 1921, was discharged on 30th December 1940 having seen service in India and The Sudan. 50-80
190.    A WWI Medal Trio, comprising 1914-15 Star, War Medal, Victory Medal to 390 Gunner A Blackburn, Machine Gun Corp. Plus two cap badges and medal ribbon, two ROAC Cloth Shoulder Titles, a WWII photograph and ROAC Cap Badge. 40-60
191.    A WWI Medal Trio, comprising 1914-15 Star, War Medal and Victory Medal to 18218 Pte L. Turtle, Yorks and Lancs Regiment, lot also includes cap badges, shoulder titles, Church Lads Brigade Medal and certificate, Coronation medals, Home Guard Service certificate among other associated items.

*Records indicate Ernest Laurence Turtle was born in 1896 and enlisted in The Yorks and Lancs on 4th January 1915, becoming a Lance Corporal and put on reserve on 27th February 1919, his Home Guard certificate covers 7th July 1940 - 31 December 1944. 60-100
192.    A King George V Police Special Constabulary Faithful Service Medal, with 'Great War 1914-18' and 'Long Service 1929' bars to James Donning. 20-30
193.    A King George VI Police Special Constabulary Faithful Service Medal to Robert Heseltine. 15-25
194.    A George V Royal Naval Reserve Long Service and Good Conduct Medal, to V918 E.J.Charlesworth, stoker, R.N.R. 25-40
195.    A George V Royal Fleet Reserve Long Service and Good Conduct Medal, to SS.110948 POB 13522 E.F.M. Holt, R.F.R. 25-40
196.    An 1895 India Medal with Relief of Chitral 1895 to Bar, to 3046 Private D.Davidson, 2nd Battalion Seaforth Highlanders. 50-80
197.    A Queen Elizabeth II Naval General Service Medal, with near East Bar to P/MX 810056 N. Murphy E.R.A.4. 30-50
198.    A King Edward VII Royal Naval Long Service and Good Conduct Medal, to 28/214 Benjamin Pink, HMS Bonaventure LS and GL, Royal Navy. 40-60
199.    A WWI 1914 Mons Star, to 10079 Pte.U Richards First East Yorkshire Regiment. 25-40
200.    A King George V Territorial Efficiency Medal, to 755590 Gnr H.R. Robinson, Royal Artillery. 20-30
201.    An 1884/86 Khedives Star. 30-50
202.    A Queens South Africa Medal with Orange Free State/Cape Colony Bars, to 2644 3rd Cl. Trooper W.O. Turner, South African Constabulary. 60-100
203.    A King Edward VII Royal Naval Reserve Long Service and Good Conduct Medal, to D2961 A.Coull Sean 1 CL, R.N.R. 30-50
204.    A WWI Victory Medal, to 6531 Pte. J.H.Smith, West Yorkshire Regiment. 15-25
205.    A WWI 1914-15 Star, to J2459 A/B F. Fairley Royal Naval Volunteer Reserve, self named. 15-25
206.    A WWI War Medal, to F-46816 H.F.Cowin, Royal Naval Air Service, evidence of part re-naming to rim. 15-25
207.    A King George VI Territorial Efficiency Medal, to 2585771 Dur. E.A. Rockliffe, Royal Signals. 25-40
208.    A King George VI General Service Medal with Palestine 1945-48 Bar, to 2626668 L/Sgt D.Watmuff, Grenadier Guards. 30-50
209.    A Queen Elizabeth II General Service Meadal with Borneo Bar, to 21149151 L/Cpl Buimbanadur Chhetril, Ghurka Military Police. 30-50
210.    A Queen Elizabeth II General Service Medal with Northern Ireland Bar, to 24088498 Pte G.Watson, Light Infantry. 30-50
211.    A King George VI General Service Medal with Malaya Bar, to 6094 1st PC, Anwar Shah, FOM Police. 30-50
212.    A Queens South Africa Medal with South Africa 1901/Transvaal/Orange Free State/Cape Colony Bars, to 7466 J.T.Campbell, Northumberland Fusilier's. 80-120
213.    A Queens South Africa Medal with Transvaal/Orange Free State/Cape Colony Bars to 7220 Pte J.Conner, Northumberland Fusilier's. 80-120
214.    A WWI Victory Medal, to 241757 Pte. A.Pearson, Highland Light Infantry. 15-25
215.    A Queen Elizabeth II General Service Medal with South Arabia Bar, to 24107917 Pte.G.Booth, Lancashire Regiment. 30-50
216.    A King George V Imperial Service Medal, to John Guy, in original case. 15-25
217.    A 1930's Service Medal of The Order of St. John, named to 10113 Pte. J. Dawson, Bingley St. Johns Ambulance, in original case. 15-25
218.    A Victorian Jubilee Head Volunteer Long Service Medal, unnamed. 25-40
219.    A King Edward VII India General Service Medal, with North West Frontier 1908 Bar to a Punjabi Native, 21st Punjabi's. 40-60
220.    A Khedive Star Medal 1882. 30-40
221.    A Queen Victoria India General Service Medal, with Taylors Copy Clasp Burma 1885-7 to 4578 Private W.Howe 1st BN. Rifle Brigade. 40-50
222.    A King George V General Service Medal, with Iraq Bar to 88806 Pte. J.J. Little - Northumberland Fusiliers. 40-60
223.    A King George V India General Service Medal, with Afghanistan N.W.F. Clasp 10947 Pte. J.Spencer, 1/Duke of Wellington's Regiment. 30-50
224.    A King Edward VII South Africa Medal, with South Africa Bars 1901, 1902 to 71228 Gnr. J.H. Ashmore - Royal Field Artillery. 30-50
225.    A Queen Victoria South Africa Medal, with four clasps (South Africa 1901, 1902, Transvaal, Orange Free State) to 4700 Private F.J Budden, 20th Hussars. 80-120
226.    A King George VI India General Service Medal, with North West Frontier Bar 1937-39 to 4534494 Sigmn. W.E. Binns - Royal Signals. 30-50
227.    A Queen Victoria Crimea 1854 Medal, unnamed, no suspender ring. 30-40
228.    A Queen Victoria Egypt 1882 Medal, Royal Navy, attempted erasure of name. 40-60
229.    A King George V India General Service Medal, with clasp North West Frontier 1930-31, to 3595335 Pte. A. Armstrong, Border R. 30-50
230.    A Queen Victoria India General Service Medal, with two clasps (Tirah 1897-1898, Punjab Frontier 1897-1898) to Lascar Gobinder 2nd Btn. 4th Gurkas. 50-80
231.    A King George V India General Service Medal, with three clasps (North West Frontier 1930-31, Waziristan 1921-24, Waziristan 1919-21) to 2011 L-NK Gulab Khan 3-8 Pjbis. 40-60
232.    A Queen Elizabeth II Africa General Service Medal, with Kenya clasp, to F.7331 P.C. (R) Kinuthi A. Munya. 30-50
233.    A Turkish Crimea Medal 1855 to No. 1763 James Hartley 55th Regiment. 40-60
234.    A King George V Royal Fleet Reserve Long Service Good Conduct Medal, to J.73436 (CH.B.22160) E.Allison A.B.R.F.R. 30-50
235.    A WWI Victory Medal, to 17920 Pte G. Marrison, West Yorks Regiment. 15-25
236.    A WWI Victory Medal, to 166 Pte.W Cherry, Yorks and Lancs Regiment. 15-25
237.    A WWII Era King George VI New Zealand Group of Four Medals, unofficially named to include Service Medal, War Medal, The Italy Star, The 1939-1945 Star. 20-50
238.    A WWI Victory Medal, to 15977 Pte F Fowler, Gloucestershire Regiment, in a Maisons toffee tin. 15-20
239.    A King George VI Imperial Service Medal, to William Hodgeson in original case. Plus an unnamed 1953 Coronation Medal (Civil), cased. 25-40
240.    A WWII Era Set of Five Medals, comprising a George V Indian General Service Medal, with 1935 North West Frontier Bar, War Medal, Defence Medal, 1939-45 Star, France Germany Star, Italy Star. Plus named issue slip to 800705 GNR G.W. Foster, Royal Artillery. 80-120
241.    A Pair of WWII Era King George VI Medals, General Service Medal with clasp S.E. Asia 1945-46, War Medal 1939-1945 to Havildar Rama Surajee 2/2 K.E.O Gurka's. 50-70
242.    A WWI Medal Duo, comprising War Medal and Victory Medal to 191453 Spr.S.Thompson, Royal Engineers. 25-40
243.    A WWI Medal Duo, comprising War Medal and Victory Medal to 62955 Pte. A.Bostock, Kings Own Yorkshire Light Infantry. 40-60
244.    A WWI Medal Duo, comprising War Medal and Victory Medal to 49016, T.E. Artley, West Yorks Regiment.

* Records indicate Thomas Ernest Artley from Tadcaster. 30-50
245.    A WWI Medal Duo, comprising War Medal and Victory Medal to 50586 Pte. H. Thraup, Kings Own Yorkshire Light Infantry. 30-50
246.    A WWII South African Medal Quartet, comprising Africa Service Medal, War Medal, Africa Star and 1939-45 Star, all named to 186669 C.W.Morley. 30-50
247.    A WWI Medal Duo, comprising Mercantile Marine War Medal and War Medal to Tom Colling. 40-60
248.    A WWI Medal Trio, comprising 1914-15 Star, War Medal, Victory Medal. Plus Services Rendered Badge to 12835 Pte R. Trapps, West Yorkshire Regiment. 40-60
249.    A WWI Medal Trio, comprising 1914 Mons Star, War Medal, Victory Medal to 8982 Pte R.W. Johnson, Royal Army Medical Corps. 50-80
250.    A WWI Medal Quartet, comprising 1914-15 Star, War Medal, Victory Medal and Croix De Guerre with Star (unchecked) to S-1366 Pte W.J.J. Forster, Northumberland Fusiliers. 50-80
251.    A Pre WWII Medal Duo, comprising a George V Territorial Efficiency Medal and a 1935 Silver Jubilee Medal to 4601008 DRMR W. Binns, Duke of Wellingtons Regiment. 40-60
252.    A WWI Medal Duo, comprising War Medal and Victory Medal to 3481? AWO Class 2 A.U. Haswell, West Yorkshire Regiment. 30-50
253.    A WWI Medal Duo, comprising War Medal and Victory Medal to 175573 Spr. T. Royal Engineers, with photograph. 25-40
254.    A WWII Medal Quartet, comprising War Medal, Defence Medal, 1939-45 Star, Burma Star, in box of issue to Mr N.Brunskill of London N.21. 30-50
255.    A WWI Medal Duo, comprising War and Victory Medal to J-73436 E. Allison, boy 1 Royal Navy. 30-50
256.    A King George VI Special Constabulary Faithful Service Medal, to David Greaves of Wakefield, in box of issue. Plus a WWII Defence Medal and issue slip. 20-40
257.    A WWI Medal Trio, comprising 1914-15 Star, War Medal, Victory Medal to 14190 Pte.P.Jennings, West Yorkshire Regiment. 40-60
258.    A WWI Medal Duo, comprising War Medal and Victory Medal, to 94202 Pte E. Kerslake , Royal Army Medical Corps. 25-40
259.    A WWI Medal Trio, comprising 1914-15 Star, War Medal and Victory Medal to 859 Gunner J.Lawson, Royal Artillery. 35-50
260.    A WWII Era Silver Minesweeper Badge, designed and commissioned by George Kruger Gray on instructions from Winston Churchill. 30-50
261.    A WWI Casualty Medal Group, comprising War Medal, Victory Medal, 1915 On War Service Badge and Death Penny to 27716 Pte Lancelot Ramsden, Yorkshire Light Infantry. 70-100
262.    A WWII Set of Five Medals, comprising Italy Star, Africa Star, Atlantic Star, 1939-45 star, War Medal. Plus two 1951 Festival of Britain Crowns, other Commemorative Crowns, a small amount of silver circulated coinage, among associated items. 30-50
263.    A WWII War Medal, Medal Ribbons, and a small quantity of cap badges. 15-20
264.    A WWI Medal Duo, comprising War Medal and Victory Medal to 29021 Pte S. Fell, Somerset Light Infantry. Plus a Yorkshire War Worker enamel badge, Sherwood Foresters cap badge. Commemorative medals, among associated items. 30-50
265.    A Small Quantity of Later/Replica Polish Related Medals. 20-30
266.    A WWII Casualty Group of Four Medals, comprising War Medal, Defence Medal, 1939-45 Star, France Germany star to Private H Eastwood, in box of issue with Notts and Derby cap badge.
*Records indicate H Eastwood was a Sheffield man married to Mrs G Eastwood 40-60
267.    A WWI Medal Duo, comprising War and Victory Medal to R 14881 Rifleman A.O'Neill, Kings Royal Rifle Corps, with photograph. 30-50
268.    A King George VI General Service Medal to 22331575 Cpl P.L. Cooper, RAPC with Malaya bar, plus a replica GSM/1875 5 Franc coin mounted as a brooch (broken) plus other coins/medallions etc. 30-50
269.    A WWI Duo, comprising War Medal and Victory Medal to 104606 SJT H. Sills, R.A. 20-30
270.    A WWI Medal Trio, comprising 1914-15 Star, War Medal, Victory Medal to 6-2387 Pte E.Brice, Northumberland Fusiliers. 40-60
271.    A WWI Medal Duo, comprising War Medal and Victory Medal. Plus cap badge to 6421 Pte T.Speak, 3rd Machine Gun Battalion, Australian Imperial Force. 40-60
272.    A WWI Medal Trio, comprising 1914/15 Star/War Medal/Victory Medal to M2-045983 Pte. C.A.Gaunt, Army Service Corps. Also includes a small quantity WWI Postcards/1914 On War Service Badge and War Munition Volunteer Badge and an interesting diary running from 21/1/15-29/3/19. Following The Travels of a Soldier. 40-80
273.    A WWI War Medal to CH. 20947 Pte. E.Whitely, Royal Marine Light Infantry, plus Princess Mary Christmas tin and photographs. 20-40
274.    A Silver Polish Cross of Merit, a 1910 George V Coronation medal in box. 20-40
275.    A Queen Elizabeth II General Service Medal To 22642535 Pte M.J Gibson, West Yorks, with Malaya bar and box of issue. 30-50
276.    A WWI Medal Pair, comprising War Medal and Victory Medal to 51633 Pte C.H. Leedham, Yorks and Lancs Regiment. Plus an unnamed 1914-15 Star and a 'Champion of India' Boxing Medal. 30-50
277.    A WWII Medal Quartet, comprising War Medal, Defence Medal, France Germany Star, 1939-45 Star, mounted as worn. 20-30
278.    AA WWI And WWII Family Group of Two Sets of Medals.

1/ A WWI and later group of four medals comprising 1914-15 Star, War Medal and Victory Medal, plus a WWII Defence Medal to 90958 Gnr H Sillitoe, Royal Field Artillery, plus a Lancashire Constabulary cap badge.

2/ A WWII set of three medals, comprising War Medal, Burma Star and 1939-45 Star to R.W H Sillitoe, with box of issue.

*Records indicate H. Sillitoe and R. Sillitoe are father and son from Wigan 100-150
279.    A WWII War Medal, Africa Star, 1939-45 Star. 15-20
280.    A 1st Pattern Edward VII Imperial Service Medal, in original case, names to Easton M. Hewitt, a rural postman for over thirty years. 30-50
281.    A WWI Medal Pair, comprising 1914-15 Star and War Medal to 1886 Pte. E McQuade, RAMC. Plus a 1914 On War Service Badge and two Royal Commemorative Medallions. 20-40
282.    Two WWII Defence Medals, Three WWII War Medals, a WWII Africa Star, and two commemorative medallions. 25-40
283.    A WWI Casualty Medal Duo, comprising war medal and victory medal, plus death plaque to M2/194323 PTE A.V. Wheldon 730th Motor Transport Coy, Army Service Corp. * Records indicate A.V. Wheldon from York was married to G.Wheldon and was killed in action on 28th September 1918, aged 30, around Baghdad. He is remembered at the Baghdad, North Gate Cemetery. 130-180
284.    A WWII RAF Medal Trio, comprising Air Crew Star, 1939-45 Star, War Medal attributed to SJT? navigator R Brightmore, RAF, plus two related photographs
*Records indicate Mr Frank Brightmore, a Sheffield man was born on 22nd June 1920. He served as an RAF Bomber Crew Navigator during The War, he went on after The War to become a math's teacher, serving some of his career at Colley School, Sheffield. 150-250
285.    A WWII Officer D-Day Casualty Trio, comprising 1939-45 Star/France Germany Star/War medal to 194124 Lieutenant M.B.Horley, Royal Tank Regiment, with box of issue and condolence slip. *Records indicated Montague Bernard Horley died of 6th June 1944 and is remembered at Bayeux War Cemetery. 50-80
286.    A Queens South Africa Medal to 1629 Pte. T. Musgrove, East Surrey Regiment, with South Africa 1902/Orange Free State and Cape Colony Bars. 80-120
287.    A WWI Medal Trio, comprising 1914 Mons Star War Medal and Victory Medal, to 10821 Lance Corporal F.A Saunders, two Kings Royal Rifles. 40-60
288.    A Belgium Order of The Crown, miniature in original case. 20-40
289.    A WWI Medal Duo Comprising War Medal and Victory Medal, to 204023 Pte J Eastwood, Worcester Regiment. 25-40
290.    A WWII Casualty Medal Duo, comprising 1939-45 Star and War medal to 4747327 Pte. A. Brearley, Yorkshire and Lancashire regiment, with box of issue and condolence slip. *Records indicate Arthur Brearley, a Sheffield man was killed on 28th April 1940, aged 21 in the fight for Norway. Remembered at Kvam churchyard. 50-80
291.    A WWII Casualty Medal Trio, comprising 1939-45 Star/Africa Star/War Medal to 1896383 Trooper J.Jones of The 46th Liverpool Welsh Royal Tank Regiment, with box of issue and condolence slip. *Records indicate John Jones, from Flint, was killed on 27th October 1942, aged 20. He is remembered at The EL Alamein War Cemetery. 50-80
292.    A George VI Territorial Efficiency Medal, to 2214393 Bombardier A.T.W Banks, Royal Artillery. 30-50
293.    A Queen Elizabeth II General Service Medal, to 25105421 Pte M Cassidy REME, with Northern Ireland Bar. 30-50
294.    A WWII Merchant Navy Casualty Quartet of Medals, comprising 1939-45 Star/Atlantic Star/Defence Medal/War Medal 1939-45, with box of issue and condolence slip. To Second Officer D.Oliver, Merchant Navy. *Records indicate Second Officer Douglas Oliver, Son of Walter and Phylliss Oliver, from Sunderland was killed on 4th February 1941. He was aboard' SS Gwynwood, when she was parachute mined and sunk, while at anchorage on the Humber. He is remembered at Tower Hill Memorial. 50-80
295.    A Queen Elizabeth II General Service Medal, to V1940138 Cpl S.S. Robinson RAF with South Arabia Bar. 40-60
296.    Queens South Africa Medal, with 'Relief of Ladysmith' Bar to 2726 Pte C.J Regency, Devonshire Regiment. 60-100
297.    A Queens South Africa Medal to Lieut B.H. Jones, Royal Indian Marine Service, canning, plus two WWII Medals.

*Records indicate Benjamin Henry Jones joined The Royal Indian Marine in 1891, making Lieutenant in 1896, Commander in 1907 and Captain in 1918, when taking up the post of Deputy Director of RIMS. He was gazzetted CBE in June 1919 and retired in 1920.

*Records also indicate SS Canning was used as a troop transport to South Africa 1899/1900

*On 16 October 1996 Dixon Noonan and Webb sold Captain Jones 1900 China War Medal.

150-250
298.    A 1899 Queens Sudan Medal, unnamed. 40-60
299.    A King George VI Indian General Service Medal, to a native unit with North West Frontier 1937-39 bar and a George V Mercantile Naming Medal to John Jackson. 40-60
300.    A Queen Elizabeth II General Service Medal, to 2252627 CFN K. Dawson, REME with Malaya Bar. 30-50
301.    A Queen Elizabeth II 2004 Iraq Medal, to 25111449 Trooper A.J. Robinson, Royal Dragoon Guards. 100-200
302.    A George V Indian General Service Medal to 14555 Pte G Robinson, Kings Dragoon Guards with Afghanistan N.W.F Bar. 60-100
303.    A WWII And Later Set of Four Medals, comprising General Service Medal with Palestine Bar, War Medal 1949-45 Star, Africa Star to 4534466 Gnr W.T Copping, Royal Artillery, with issue slip.

*Records indicate Wilfred Thomas Copping was a prisoner of war after being captured in The Western Dessert and then held in Stalag 4C in Czechoslovakia. 80-120
304.    A WWI Casualty Medal Pair, comprising War Medal and Victory Medal to 33978 Pte A.Medd, West Yorkshires

*Records indicate Arthur Medd of The 15th Battalion, West Yorkshire Regiment (Leeds Pals) was killed on 3rd May 1917 at Arras, he is remembered at The Arras Memorial. 60-100
305.    A Victorian Medal Duo, comprising South Africa Medal with 1879 bar and Long Service and Good Conduct Medal. Also hung as worn a Self Awarded Indian General Service Medal with Burma 1885-7 bar to 2590 G. Turner, Quarter Master - Sergeant Royal Scots Fusiliers. The lot also includes a South Africa 1879 miniature, original service book, four named swagger sticks, a company shooting medal in case which Sergeant Turner won three times, additional facsimile records and photographs. Worthy of fullest inspection.

*Records indicate that George Richard Turner from Leeds, joined the 2/11 Foot in 1871 at the age of 18, serving a total of twenty-one years of which over twelve were spent abroad. Turner saw action in both South Africa in 1879 and later in Burma where he was involved in quelling the Rebellion. He finished his career in 1892 with the rank of Quartermaster- Sergeant. In peace time Mr Turner worked for The Sheffield Board of Guardians for thirty years and became 'The Tyler' at ten Masonic lodges. 600-1000
306.    A Masonic Sword, Apron, Jewel and Facimile Photographs to George Richard Turner, see previous lot. 30-50
307.    A Quantity of Items (Excluding Medals) Relating th 2910 Pte A. Robinson, F. Coy 1st Royal Scots, items include photographs, letters home, a 'recovered' bullet amongst other items.

*Records indicate that Alexander Robinson from Kirkcaldy was born in 1870 and served with the 1st Royal Scots in South Africa, from where a number of letters in the lot were written. He died on 15th July 1901 on his return to Scotland. 80-150
308.    A WWI and Later Group of Eight Medals, comprising Polish Cross of Valour, 1939-45 Star, Atlantic Star, Africa Star, Burma Star, Italy Star, War Medal with MID Oak Leaf and Queen Elizabeth Coronation Medal to C/JX143015 Signalman W. Thompson, Royal Navy. The lot also includes ribbon bars, a letter of congratulations form William Whiteley, Labour Chief Whip, dated 16/12/1941, a letter of gratitude from The Head of the Polish Navy, dated 1/9/1941, and an etched cigarette case from The United Services Club, in recognition of the awarding of The Polish Cross of Valour. N.B: Royal Navy Long Service Medal missing. A lot worthy of the fullest inspection.

*Signalman Wilfred Thompson was abroad H.M.S. Firedrake during operations in Norway, especially Narvik in the summer of 1941. He was awarded The Polish Cross of Honour in respect of 'His Gallant and Brave Conduct During Operations with the Polish Brigade in Norway'. 500-800