THE FIRST WORLD WAR

* An asterisk denotes that Medal Index Card details are supplied

SINGLE VICTORY MEDALS

K.01 Surgeon Sub Lieutenant J.E. Purves, Royal Naval Volunteer Reserve  
GVF £40.00
K.02 96842 2.AM. C.G. Gillespie, R.A.F.         Minor discoloration, thus VF/GVF £17.00
K.03 105117  2.AM. G.N. Milne, R.A.F.   VF £15.00
K.04 69080  2.AM. G.H. Wood, R.A.F.   GVF £17.00
K.05 104513 Pte. J.W. Sharp, Durham Light Infantry * POOR £14.00
K.06 29540 Pte. M. McLoughlin, East Lancashire Regiment *
The MIC shows entitlement to a British War Medal & Victory Medal pair and that Matthew McLoughlin also served with the King's Own Yorkshire Light Infantry (76766).                            A few minor surface scratches, generally



GVF £15.00
K.07 93085 Pte. G.P. Phillips, Liverpool Regiment *
The MIC shows entitlement to a British War Medal & Victory Medal pair and the award of a Silver War Badge


NEF £15.00
K.08 53377 Pte. W. Rushton, Liverpool Regiment * GVF £15.00
K.09

303142 Pte. P. Rutter, Manchester Regiment *
The MIC shoes entitlement to a British War Medal & Victory Medal pair and service with the Labour Corps (376561).



GVF £15.00
K.10

293781 Pte. L.A.B. Mullins, Middlesex Regiment *
With photocopied 1901 & 1911 Census entries: the 1911 Census shows Laurence Alfred Mullins (from Tisbury in Wiltshire) as a ‘hairdresser’s apprentice’ in Tiverton, Devon, aged 16.        Some discoloration, otherwise




GVF £15.00
K.11 57527 Pte. A.C. Witherow, Northumberland Fusiliers *
The MIC shows entitlement to a British War Medal & Victory Medal pair and service with the Labour Corps (421674).


NEF £14.00
K.12 50851 Pte. W. Smith, Somerset Light Infantry *
The MIC shows entitlement to a
British War Medal & Victory Medal pair. 
                 
Contact marks and some discoloration - mainly to the reverse


VF-GVF £15.00
K.13 42281 Pte. W.F. Hulford, Royal Fusiliers *
The MIC shows service with the Labour Corps.

GVF £15.00
K.14 G-55089 Pte. C.E. Middleton, Royal Fusiliers *
The MIC shows entitlement to a British War Medal & Victory Medal pair and service with the Royal Inniskilling Fusiliers (41070) & the Royal Defence Corps (76634).

GVF £16.00
K.15 S-20374 Pte. A. Brisley, Rifle Brigade * GVF+ £15.00
K.16 207690 Pte. C. Parker, Rifle Brigade *
The MIC shows that Charles Parker also served with the Royal Army Medical Corps (150114).
                
Contact marks and some discoloration - mainly to the reverse



VF-GVF £15.00
K.17 71294 Pte. J. Milne, R.A.M.C. *
The MIC shows Balkans on the 17th October 1915 and entitlement to a 1914-15 Star trio.


GVF £15.00
K.18 134622 Bmbr. N. Linford, R.A. *
The MIC shows Royal Field Artillery

VF/GVF £12.00
K.19 179561 Gnr. A.E. Gibson, R.A. *
The MIC shows Royal Garrison Artillery.

GVF £14.00
K.20 1557 Gnr. H.V. Hackett, R.A. *
The MIC shows Royal Field Artillery, entitlement to a British War Medal & Victory Medal pair and the award of a Silver War Badge. The Silver War Badge Roll (RA/5472), shows that Harold Victor Hackett enlisted on the 19th October 1915, was discharged (from D/149 Brigade), due sickness on the 25th February 1919, and was awarded Badge # 502590.





GVF £15.00
K.21 109120 2 Cpl. R.H. Williams, R.E. *
The MIC shows France on the 4th October 1915 and entitlement to a 1914-15 Star trio.


GVF £14.00
K.22 344759 Spr. G. Perry, R.E. *
The MIC shows entitlement to a British War Medal & Victory Medal pair and that George Perry also served with the Royal Sussex Regiment (2038) and the Middlesex Regiment (39260).
                                              
A few small patches of discoloration, otherwise




GVF £15.00
K.23 SE-6954 Pte. E. Horwell, A.V.C. *
The MIC shows France on the 30th April 1915 and entitlement to a 1914-15 Star trio.


GVF £14.00

SOUTH AFRICAN (BILINGUAL) VICTORY MEDAL

K.24 Gnr. G. Stevenson, S.A.F.A.  NEF £35.00

INTERALLIED VICTORY MEDALS - ALL UNNAMED AS ISSUED

K.25 Belgian issue - Médaille de la Victoire - Overwinningsmedaille NEF £15.00
K.26 French - official issue - Médaille de la Victoire GVF £12.00
K.27 Italian issue - Medaglia della Vittoria GVF £15.00
K.28 Japanese issue GVF £150.00
K.29 USA issue - modern striking MINT £12.00

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