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ROYAL NAVY

B.01 Four: Petty Officer R.H. Willetts, Royal Navy
Africa General Service Medal with clasp "Somaliland" 1902-04"
(R.H. Willetts P.O. 1 Cl., H.M.S. Fox) and 1914-15 Star trio (120639 R.H. Willitts P.O. R.N.)
With copy Service Papers
Robert Henry Willetts was born at Southwark in 1867. His first posting was to  "HMS Impregnable" on the 21st August 1882. His pre-war service was on various ships including Lion, Wye, Amethyst, Algerine, Ruby, Northumberland, Alexandra, Champion, Minotaur and Fox (from the 10th September 1901 to the 25th November 1904). He transferred to the R.F.R. in 1905 and was re-engaged on the 31st July 1914. 
Details of his WWl Service are not known, due to the poor quality of his WWl Service Sheet.
Note: Surname spelt Willitts on the trio. 











GVF 400.00

ARMY

B.02 Two: 7565 Pte. A.G. Aitchison, Scots Guards
Queen's South Africa Medal with clasps "Cape Colony", Transvaal" & "Wittebergen" (
'ghost dates' - engraved naming) and King's South Africa Medal with clasps "South Africa 1901" & "South Africa 1902" ( impressed naming - surname spelt Aitcheson).
With photocopied Service Papers and Medal Roll entries - which confirm medal & clasp entitlement.
Alexander Gilbert Aitchison was born at Edinburgh, Scotland and was a 'tailor' when he enlisted on the 10th June 1887, aged 19. He served 'Home' until March 1900, in South Africa from March 1900 until August 1902 and 'Home' from August 1902 until September 1903 - a total of 16 years service.










GVF+ 260.00
B.03 Two: Private R. McKenzie, Royal Scots Fusiliers
Queen's South Africa Medal with clasps "Cape Colony", "Tugela Heights", "Relief of Ladysmith" and "Orange Free State"
( 5954 Pte. W. McKenzie 2 R, Scots Fus.) and King's South Africa Medal with clasps "South Africa 1901" & "South Africa 1902" (5954 Pte. R. McKenzie 2 R. Scots Fus.).
Medal & clasp entitlement confirmed by the Medal Rolls - copy of entries supplied. Note: Initial is W. on the Q.S.A.
          







GVF 315.00
B.04 Two: Spr. C.J. Randle, Royal Engineers
General Service Medal 1962-2007 with clasp "Northern Ireland"
(named 25055871 Spr. C.J. Randle RE) and NATO Medal with clasp "Former Yugoslavia" (this un-named as issued).
The medals are mounted court-style on a card for display.





AEF 90.00
B.05 Two: Pte. G.M. McCarthy, Royal Logistics Corps
General Service Medal 1962-2007 with clasp "Northern Ireland"
(named 25029811 Pte. G.M. McCarthy RLC) and NATO Medal with clasp "Former Yugoslavia" (this un-named as issued).
The medals are individually mounted court-style, as worn, and are with the original boxes of issue.
                        One small edge knock to the GSM, otherwise both medals are






AEF 90.00
B.06 Two: Cpl. H.D. Crutchley, Royal Signals
General Service Medal 1962-2007 with clasp "Northern Ireland"
(named 24047542 Cpl. H.D. Crutchley R. Signals) and a large, bronzed "R. SIGNALS S.A.M." medal, dated 1985, on a blue & green ribbon  (this un-named as issued).
Both medals are in the original boxes of issue.






AEF 95.00

 

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