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Coins, Medals & Militaria Sale Monday 30th April at 12.00noon


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COINS, MEDALS & MILITARIA SALE MONDAY 30TH APRIL 2018 AT 12.00NOON Viewing: Saturday 28th April 9.30am – 12.00noon and on the Morning of Sale from 8.30am Telephone: + 44 (0)1543 251081. Sale Enquiries & Bids email: lichfield@richardwinterton.co.uk Live Online Bidding and fully illustrated catalogue at: www.the-saleroom.com/richardwinterton Buyers premium on the hammer price 17.5 % + VAT @20% Online Saleroom charges 3% + VAT @20%

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Cover: Lots 66, 67 & 68 Back Cover: Lot 50 Inside Back Cover: Lot 111


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ORDER OF SALE Medals Militaria Coins & Banknotes

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Medals The following lots 1-69 all form a substantial collection of Military medals, which has been collected and added to over many years by members of the Tudor family. It is thanks to Arthur Tudor, who originally saw Millitary Service in the 1800’s and later Edward Harold Tudor, who served in the Great War, that these medals come to the Market once more. Both Arthur and Edward saw the history and stories behind the medals, and they collected quality items throughout. These medals which cover almost every Military conflict that the British Army/Navy have been involved in since the early 1800’s are featured here, and is one of the finest collections to come to Auction in recent years...

Lot 1 Lot 1 GENERAL SERVICE MEDAL, ERII two bars, South Arabia, Radfan, correctly named to 23909479 Pte K. Armstrong, RS (Royal Scots) £90 - £125 plus BP* plus BP*

Lot 2 Lot 2 CAMPAIGN SERVICE MEDAL, ERII, Northern Ireland Bar, correctly named to 24158135 Tpr (Trooper), H. Lewis Scots Dragoon Guards £80 - £120 plus BP*

Lot 3 Lot 3 TWO GENERAL SERVICE MEDALS, ERII Malaya Bar, correctly named to 5038528 ACI (Air Combat Information/Intel/Air Council Instruction) M.A. Brett R.A.F. B) ERII Malaya Bar 22967153 Pte D.L. Wheeke, Royal Queens Regt £160 - £220 plus BP*

Lot 4 Lot 4 TWO GENERAL SERVICE MEDALS, GRVI Palestine 1945-48 Bar, correctly named to 21041524 Gnr D.P. Garland Royal Artillery, ERII Arabian Peninsula Bar, correctly named to T/21182614 DVR. L.T. Peeke, RASC £160 - £200 plus BP*

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Lot 5 Lot 5 PRE AND WWII GROUP OF FIVE MEDALS, to 5932412 CPL. A. George, Suffolk Reg’t consisting 1939-45, Burma Stars, Defence and War medal and India General Service medal NW Frontier Bar 1937-39 £140 - £190 plus BP*

Lot 6 Lot 6 AFRICA GENERAL SERVICE MEDAL, ERII Kenya Bar, correctly named to 3125930 Sgt A. Lawson RAF £165 - £200 plus BP*

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Lot 7 Lot 7 A GROUP OF EIGHT WWII MEDALS, (all un-named as issued), consisting two France and Germany Stars, Atlantic, Pacific, Africa, Italy Stars, two War medal £60 - £100 plus BP*

Lot 9 Lot 9 GEORGE V CROWNED BUT IMPERIAL SERVICE MEDAL, named Alfred Henderson £20 - £30 plus BP*

Lot 8 Lot 8 ARMY MERITORIOUS MEDAL, George V Type A, correctly named to 50873 Cpl/S Sgt C W. Anderson, RAMC £150 - £250 plus BP*

Lot 10 Lot 10 WWI MERCHANTILE MARINE WAR MEDAL, correctly named to William J. Lennox £35 - £45 plus BP*

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Lot 11 Lot 11 A WWI AND WWII GROUP OF EIGHT MEDALS, to a sailor who served in WWI and then survived a German U Boat attack in WWII off the coast of Ireland, group consists British War and Victory medal correctly named to J.821. 82189 H.J. Lanyon, Boy, Royal Navy, 1939-45, Atlantic, Africa Stars, Defence and War medal (un-named) and Royal Fleet Reserve LSGC medal named to J82189 (PO B 17987) H. J. Lanyon. L.S.R.F.R., mounted on three swing type wearing bars, Lanyon was from the Island of Guernsey in the Channel Islands, on the evening of the 17th September, 1939, Lanyon was aboard HMS Effingham, who with other ships was Anti-Submarine patrol in the Western Approaches off the coast of Ireland, part of the group included HMS Courageous she was attacked by German U Boat, U29 commanded by Leiut Otto Schuhart, was hit by torpedo’s and sank in 20 minutes with the loss of 519 crew, group comes with an original paper photo of the recipient and an original letter to his parents after realizing a mistake had been made, about him being KIA when in fact he had survived, the ‘Courageous’ was an Aircraft Carrier and was one of the first Royal Naval ships to be sunk by U Boats in the War £150 - £250 plus BP*


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Lot 12 Lot 12 A GROUP OF FOUR WWI MEDALS, all to different recipients, 1914-15 Star named 918 Sjt R. Kerr, Scottish Rifles, British War medal named 2nd Lieut A.E.P. Grant, Albyn Evan Powell Grant was a casualty in Gallipoli, on the 14th August, 1915 serving with the Royal Welsh Fusiliers, he is remembered on the ‘Helles Memorial’ British War medal named R-32813 Pte C.J. Harwood, KRRC, Victory medal 3-7359 Sjt F. Delaney, Somerset L.I. £120 - £220 plus BP* Lot 13 A MILITARY MEDAL, WWI group of four medals, correctly named to M.M. 78274 L/Sjt E. Gallagher 15 N & D Regt (Notts and Derby), face of medal has a small BE/M scratched into the field left of bust, 1914-15 Star trio, correctly named 8935 L/Cpl/Cpl E. Gallagher South Staffs Regt, Note: change of number and Regt £400 - £500 plus BP*

Lot 14 Lot 14 WWI 1914-15 STAR TRIO OF MEDALS, named to 35599 Gnr (Gunner) G. Matthews, RGA, Matthews died aged 28 years on 10th December, 1918 as is buried at St Mary’s Churchyard, Welshpool £80 - £120 plus BP*

Lot 15 Lot 15 WWI MERCHANTILE MARINE WAR MEDAL, named to A.G. Stalker £35 - £45 plus BP*

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Lot 16 Lot 16 A WWI GROUP OF 1914 STAR AND ORIGINAL AUG/NOV BAR, British War and Victory medals correctly named to 7298 Pte J. Sexton, 2nd Royal Sussex Regiment, Star is heavily polished on face, together with ribbon bar, with Rossette £160 - £220 plus BP*

Lot 17 Lot 17 AN ALBUM OF MINIATURE MEDALS, period to include Imperial Yeomanry LS. Kabul to Kandahar Star (solid crown), 1914 Star, British War and Victory, Victoria Cross, Crimea, 8 x WWII Stars and miscellaneous medallions Temperance etc £50 - £100 plus BP*

Lot 18 Lot 18 A WWII GROUP OF SIX MEDALS, to CH/X 5075 C. Hoodless, Royal Marines, group includes 1939-45, Africa, France and Germany Stars, Defence and War medal, together with Naval General Service medal 1915-62, named as above, on a sing mounted wearing bar £125 - £200 plus BP*

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Lot 19 Lot 19 A WWI/WWII GROUP OF MEDALS, on a swing mounted bar as follows, British War and Victory medal correctly named 502010, Pte J.S. Pragnell RAMC, Territorial Force War medal named to 502010 Pte J. S. Pragnell RAMC, WWII Defence medal (unnamed), Territorial Efficiency medal named 502010 Pte G ? Pragnell (note initial) RAMC, group appears complete and genuine in every way £180 - £300 plus BP*

Lot 22 Lot 22 A SPINK BOXED ORDER OF THE NILE ORDER WITH RIBBON, (Nishan al-nil) makers mark reverse Lattes of Cairo and Geneva, this is believed to be a pre 1922 issue £100 - £300 plus BP*

Lot 24 Lot 24 A GEORGE V TERRITORIAL DECORATION, silver and silver gilt, hallmarked to reverse £150 - £225 plus BP*

Lot 23 Lot 23 A METROPOLITAN POLICE GROUP OF TWO MEDALS, Met Police 1902 Coronation medal named to PC. K. Canvin R. Division and Met Police 1911 Coronation medal named to PS (Police Sgt) K. Canvin £30 - £60 plus BP*

Lot 25 Lot 25 AN 1897 VICTORIA REGINA JUBILEE METROPOLITAN POLICE MEDAL, (un-named) £40 - £60 plus BP*

Lot 20 Lot 20 A WWI GROUP OF MEDALS, to include 1914-15 Star trio correctly named to 71167 Pte J.J. Hadley RAMC, together with an Imperial Service medal named John Joseph Hadley, George VI Crowned bust £60 - £90 plus BP*

Lot 21 Lot 21 A BRITISH WAR MEDAL, named to 10447 Pte A.E. Watkins H.A.,C. Infantry and a Territorial Efficiency medal, George V, which has been erased £30 - £60 plus BP*

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Lot 26 Lot 26 A QSA/KSA PAIR OF MEDALS, bars QSA Tugela Heights, Relief of Ladysmith, Transvaal, Cape Colony (loose) KSA (South Africa 1901 and 1902), correctly named to 18109 Gunner W. Bostock, 4th M.B. (Mtn Battery), RGA (Royal Garrison Artillery) £175 - £250 plus BP*

Lot 27 Lot 27 A QSA/KSA PAIR OF MEDALS, bars QSA (Orange Free State, Cape Colony, Transvaal, Relief of Ladysmith, Tugela Heights) KSA (South Africa 1901 and 1902), correctly named to 2812 Pte W. Firth, 1st Border Regiment £175 - £250 plus BP*

Lot 28 Lot 28 A VICTORIAN GROUP OF FOUR MEDALS, covering the Sudan and Boer War Campaigns, Queens Sudan medal, named to 2941 Pte G. Butwell, 1st Cameron Highlanders, Khedives Sudan medal, Bars Khartoum, The Atbara, named to 2941 Pte. Butwell, 1/Cameron High’s, QSA/KSA pair, bars QSA (Wittebergen, Diamond Hill, Johannesburg, Cape Colony) KSA (South Africa 1901 and 1902), named to 2941 Pte G. Butwell 1/Cameron High’s £400 - £500 plus BP*

Lot 29 Lot 29 TWO QSA MEDALS, as follows, Bars (Cape Colony, Orange Free State, Transvaal, SA1901, SA1902), correctly named to 20098 Trooper G Cameron 33rd Coy, Imperial Yeomanry, Bars (Orange Free State, Cape Colony), ghost dates visible, named to 5651 Pte C. Brazier, Royal Warwick Regiment, KSA two bars SA1901/SA1902, named to 1887 Pte A. Richards, Worcester Regiment £200 - £400 plus BP*

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Lot 30 Lot 30 THREE QUEENS SOUTH AFRICA MEDALS, as follows, Bars SA1902, (Orange Free State, Cape Colony bars loose on ribbon), named to 4206 Pte A. Watkins, South Staffs Regiment, Bars (Wittebergen, Cape Colony), named to 3072 Sgt W. Bailey, South Staffs Regiment, Bars (Orange Free State, Cape Colony), named to 5029 Pte H. Baxter, South Stafford Regiment £250 - £300 plus BP*

Lot 31 Lot 31 INDIA GENERAL SERVICE MEDAL, bar North West Frontier 1908, scrolled naming to 9352 Pte F. Percival 1st Btn Northumberland Fus £150 - £200 plus BP*

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Lot 32 Lot 32 A NEW ZEALAND MEDAL, reverse dated 1860-1865, with original ribbon bar pin attachment, named to 3270 Arthur Read, 65th Regt (2nd Regt, Yorkshire Regt of foot), two Victoria Crosses were awarded to members of this Regiment during their time in New Zealand £450 - £550 plus BP*

Lot 34 Lot 34 A QSA MEDAL, bars (Driefontein, Paardeberg, Relief of Kimberley), correctly named to 5559 Pte J. Bowers, Royal East Kent Regiment £120 - £150 plus BP*

Lot 36 Lot 36 A PAIR OF VICTORIAN MEDALS, as follows, Kabul to Khandahar Star, impressed naming to 182 Private R Plumb, 2/60th Foot and Khedives Star 1884-6, (un-named as issued) £400 - £500 plus BP*

Lot 33 Lot 33 A PAIR OF VICTORIAN MEDALS, as follows, Queens Sudan medal, correctly named to 3300 Pte F. Robinson, 1/North Staffs Regt, Khedives Sudan medal, bar Hafir, named to No.3241 Pte J. Edwards, 1/North Staffs (engraved lettering) £300 - £350 plus BP*

Lot 35 Lot 35 A TIBET MEDAL 1903-04, (heavily polished), named to 1155 Driver ? Backat? 6th Mule Corps £400 - £600 plus BP*

Lot 37 Lot 37 A GWALIOR STAR, silvered centre ‘Punniar 29th Dec, 1843’, brooched on reverse and named to Gunner G. Royal, 1st Brigade Heavy Artillery, ribbon is attached to brooch reverse by sliding clip £500 - £700 plus BP*


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Lot 38 Lot 38 AN IMPRESSIVE AND SIGNIFICANT IRISH VICTORIAN GROUP OF SEVEN MEDALS, spanning from Victoria to George V, group consists Egypt medal bar ‘Tel-el-Kebir’, named to 1161?, details heavily knocked? Sgt Major D. Fegan 4th Dragoon Guards, Coronation medal 1902 (unnamed), Coronation medal 1911 (un-named), Army Long Service and Good Conduct medal, 2nd Type Obverse, named to 1154 TR Sgt Major D. Fegan, 4th Dragoon Gds, Army Meritorious Service Medal, type A Obverse (Field Marshals uniform), named to Troop Sgt Major D. Fegan, 4th Dragoon Guards, Territorial Force Efficiency medal George V type A Obverse, named to 13 R.Q.M. Sjt D. Fegan, King Edwards Horse Yeomanry, Khedives Star, 1882 reverse has details as follows, on tips of star, R.I.D.G. (Royal Irish Dragoon Gds) and 1154, named on centre T.S. Major D. Fegan, the group is also accompanied by a period set of miniatures, the full size group is crudely mounted on a wood and metal wearing bar £700 - £1000 plus BP*

Lot 40 Lot 40 AN ABYSSINIAN WAR MEDAL, correctly named to James Cook 45th Regiment (later Sherwood Foresters) 846 Private £350 - £450 plus BP*

Lot 39 Lot 39 AN AFGHANISTAN MEDAL, (no bar), obverse type 1878-9-80, correctly named to 1337 Pte V. Davies 66th Foot, this Regiment was heavily decimated at the Battle of Maiwand, search of records does not show Davis being a Casualty in this battle £250 - £300 plus BP*

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Lot 41 Lot 41 AN INDIA MEDAL 1896, two bars Tirah 1897-98 and Punjab Frontier 1897-98, scrolled naming to 2960 Pte J. Howells, 2nd Btn Derby Regiment £200 - £250 plus BP*

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Lot 42 Lot 42 AN INDIA MEDAL 1896, bar, Relief of Chitral 1895, scrolled naming to 3322 Pte H. Gault, 1st Btn Bedford Regiment £175 - £225 plus BP*

Lot 43 Lot 43 THREE INDIA GENERAL SERVICE MEDALS 1854, bar Kachin Hills 1892-93, named to 2948 Pte A. Turner, 2nd Btn Prince of Wales own Yorkshire Regt, bar Burma 1887-89 suspender has broken from medal, named to 2812 Pte W. Kirth?, 2nd Btn Border Regt, a circular medal only details erased, no suspender and has had attempt at brooching £500 - £600 plus BP*

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Lot 44 Lot 44 A SECOND CHINA WAR MEDAL, (un-named), bars Taku Forts, 1860 and Canton 1857 £180 - £220 plus BP*

Lot 45 Lot 45 AN EGYPT AND KHEDIVES STAR PAIR OF MEDALS, Egypt medal has the ‘Suakin 1885’ bar and is named to 5562 Pte H. Beddows, 3rd Grenadier Guards, The Khedives Star is un-named £300 - £400 plus BP*

Lot 46 Lot 46 AN INDIAN MUTINY MEDAL 1858, no bar, named John Lowe, 1st Btn, 20th Regiment (later Lancashire Fusiliers) £250 - £350 plus BP*

Lot 47 Lot 47 AN INDIAN MUTINY MEDAL 1858, no bar, named to Henry Horrax, 6th Dragoon Guards (Carabiniers Formed in 1685, saw lots of action during the Mutiny) £250 - £350 plus BP*


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Lot 48 Lot 48 A CHINA WAR MEDAL 1842, this example has many edge knocks around rim, but naming details are still easily readable, named to William Hancock, H.M.S. Endymion, H.M.S. Endymion was a 40 Gun Ship which served under the Command of Admiral Parker in the First China War, also known as the Opium War £600 - £800 plus BP*

Lot 49 Lot 49 A CRIMEA MEDAL 1854, bar ‘Sebastopol’ believed to be officially impressed naming to Jam’s (James) Brackstone, No.3500, 39th Regiment, knocks to rim £200 - £250 plus BP*

Lot 50 Lot 50 A CRIMEA MEDAL 1854, four bars, ‘Alma Balaklava, Inkermann, Sebastopol’, believed to be officially impressed naming to G. O’Neill, 34th Regiment £300 - £400 plus BP*

Lot 51 Lot 51 A CRIMEA MEDAL 1854, two bars, ‘Inkermann & Sebastopol’, believed to be Regimental impressed naming to Gunr (Gunner) and Dr (Dispatch Rider ?) H. Lawrence, RA (Royal Artillery) £150 - £200 plus BP*

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Lot 52 Lot 52 A CRIMEA MEDAL 1854, bar, Sebastopol, believed Depot or script engraving to W. Castree, 174, 7th Btn L.T.C. ? (Land Transport Corps) £200 - £250 plus BP*

Lot 53 Lot 53 AN OLD SILK LINED BOX, containing two Turkish/Otterman medals, Medjidie Order, believed silver grade, complete with ribbon and pin bar, small area of damage to the red enamel, but otherwise good condition, together with Imtiyaz medal, possibly silver award, with ribbon, Arabic writing £175 - £250 plus BP*

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Lot 54 Lot 54 A BOX CONTAINING TWO 1915 OTTERMAN GALLIPOLI STARS, both brooch fittings, one marked to reverse ‘BB & Co’, Turkish Order of Naval Valour silver grade and small circular St Jean D’acre medal 1842, in bronze as issued by the Sultan of Turkey £75 - £125 plus BP*

Lot 55 Lot 55 AN O.B.E., cased in original box of issue, Civil issue, 2nd type ribbon £100 - £150 plus BP*

Lot 56 Lot 56 IMPERIAL GERMANY WWI/WWII GROUP OF MEDALS, on a wearing bar, consisting Iron Cross, 2nd Class, 1914, Cross of Honour with swords 1914-1918, Golden Wedding Anniversary medal 1918, (King Ludwig & Queen Maria), WWII Nazi Polizei 8 years Service medal and the Anschluss medal, all un-named as issued £50 - £90 plus BP*

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Lot 57 Lot 57 THREE VICTORIAN ARMY LONG SERVICE AND GOOD CONDUCT MEDALS, all 2nd type obverse (Badge of Hanover), named to Mattw (Matthew) Dunbar, 49th Regiment, 1704 Abraham Towner, 9th Lancers, 1948 Thos (Thomas) Dixon, 1st Btn 5th Foot £300 - £500 plus BP*

Lot 58 Lot 58 ROYAL NAVAL LS & GC MEDAL, Edward VII (Type B obverse), correctly named to PLY 12386 A.R. Thorne, Private RMLI £50 - £90 plus BP*

Lot 59 Lot 59 A TERRITORIAL EFFICIENCY MEDAL, George V, named to 4259303 Pte T. Madison, 4th Northumberland Fus and Efficiency medal, George VI banner Territorial, named to 1429263 Pte L. Close, A.S.C. (Army Service Corps) £100 - £150 plus BP*

Lot 60 Lot 60 A NUMBER OF MEDALS, as follows, Victoria Regina Volunteer Long Service medal, un-named, Delhi Durbar medal 1911, unnamed, Territorial Force Efficiency medal, Edward VII, HAC ribbon, heavily polished no naming details visible, Special Constabulary Long Service medal with bar ‘The Great War 1914-1918’, named to James Anderson £225 - £275 plus BP*


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Lot 61 Lot 61 THREE CORONATION MEDALS, all un-named as issued, 1935, George V, 1937, George VI and 1953 ERII, all with ribbons £70 - £100 plus BP*

Lot 62 Lot 62 TWO COMMEMORATION MEDALLIONS FOR VICTORIA REGINA, one marked 1837-1901 and 1837-1897, together with a London County Council School attendance medal 1906-7 awarded to a G. Hale and five assorted wired military arm patches, unit patches £40 - £60 plus BP*

Lot 64 Lot 64 A NUMBER OF COMMEMORATIVE MEDALLIONS, Monarchs etc, to include Victoria Regina 1837-97, Duke of Wellington, Victoria brooch, Edward VII, George III, Duke of York/Princess May and Calendar tokens, light alloy 15 in total £75 - £125 plus BP*

Lot 66 Lot 66 A SOUTH AFRICA MEDAL 1879, with bar, 1878-79, the medal appears to be Regimentally impressed to 588 Pte E. Mason, 80th Foot (Staffordshire Volunteers) £700 - £900 plus BP*

Lot 65 Lot 65 A WOODEN CIGAR BOX, with hand printed design British, South Africa ASSEGA BSA Blend, containing a large number of original British medal ribbons dating from Victorian Campaigns to WWI etc, a large length and short (many period silk) £40 - £60 plus BP*

Lot 63 Lot 63 A SELECTION OF MEDALS, as follows, Khedives Star, Egypt 1882, U.S. Legion of Merit medal, enamelled, U.S. Air medal, United Nations Korea medal, Finland Winter War medal ‘Kunnia Isanmaa’, Benito Mussolini Legione medal, German Franco-Prussian War medal 1870-71, German WWII War Merit medal 1939 £100 - £150 plus BP*

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Lot 67 Lot 67 A WATERLOO MEDAL 1815, flat topped half ring suspender, named in capitals to James Ashton, Royal Artill (artillery) Drivers, knocks and bruises to rim £1000 - £1200 plus BP*

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Lot 68 Lot 68 NAVAL GENERAL SERVICE MEDAL 1847, bar ‘Trafalgar’, named in capitals to Thomas Sullivan, a National Archives Search reveals that there were three men by the same name, but only one is listed as serving at Trafalgar in the actual Sea Battle, Thomas Sullivan was 21 years of age and came from Castledown, Ireland, He later drowned at Cadiz on 26th December, 1805, Service 2.5. 1804-26.12.1805, paybook (SB545) rating Landsman £6000 - £8000 plus BP*

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Lot 69 A FAMILY ARCHIVE OF MILITARY MEDALS, PAPERS, DIARIES AND OTHER EPHEMERA RELATING TO SEVERAL GENERATIONS OF ONE FAMILY, to include as follows, 1914-15 Star trio of medals, correctly named to 2593 Pte E.H. Tudor, Staffs Yeomanry, medals are mounted on a wearing bar, 1914-15 Star trio of medals, correctly named to Pte W.L. Tudor, Staffs Yeomanry, loose, not mounted, a Crimea medal, no bar (un-named) and a Turkish Crimea medal (un-named), attributed to 3282 Sgt. Edward Tudor, 48th Regiment, Territorial Force Efficiency medal George V bust, erased no naming details present, a set of four period miniature medals on a wearing bar, 1914 Star, BWM & Victory medal and Territorial Efficiency medal, a United Service Challenge Cup medal, with ribbon and Yeomanry bar, engraved to reverse, Serg’t A. Tudor, QOR Regiment, Staffordshire 1891, George V WWI Distinguished Conduct medal, correctly named to 9265 Pte W.J. Tudor, 4th Liverpool Regiment, paper slip enclosed suggests the medal was awarded for actions at Femme-le-Bois France 22.5.1915, also included are a number of receipts, medal envelopes and original boxes of issue, a box containing bullion military patches and a letter from E. Tudor, 48th Regt, a boxed original white metal medallion engraved to Master Arthur Tudor for Good Conduct at The St. James Square Acadamy, Wolverhampton dated 1871, a number of shooting medals, National Institution medal Prince Albert medal and Victoria medal, all boxed and United Service match medallion dated 1889, also a jewelled Masonic medal, boxed, together with a member of military related books and two photos, one of the members of the Tudor Family and the aerial photo of the family home £1000 - £1500 plus BP*


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Lot 70 Lot 70 A NUMBER OF BRITISH MILITARY CAP BADGES, WWI/II era and beyond, mounted on sheets of cardboard, 53 in total, including South Wales Borderers, Green Howards, Leicestershire, Cameronians, Gloucesters, Duke of Cornwalls, etc, mostly original but possibilities of later re-strikes, copies, etc £40 - £60 plus BP*

Lot 73 Lot 73 A NUMBER OF BRITISH MILITARY CAP BADGES, from the WWI/II era and beyond, mounted on cardboard sheets, 43 in total, including Northamptonshire Yeomanry, West Kent Yeomanry, South Notts Hussars, Lothian and Border Yeomanry, South Staffs, Hampshire, Sherwood Foresters, Notts & Derby, Wiltshire Regiments, etc, mostly original, but possible later re-strikes and copies £40 - £60 plus BP*

Lot 71 Lot 71 A NUMBER OF BRITISH MILITARY CAP BADGES, WWI/II era and beyond, mounted on cardboard sheets, etc, 68 in total, including Life Guards, Dragoon Guards, Kings Hussars, 21st Lancers, Royal West Surrey, Grenadier Guards, etc, mostly original but possibilities of later re-strikes, copies, etc £50 - £70 plus BP*

Lot 74 Lot 74 A NUMBER OF BRITISH MILITARY CAP BADGES, from the WWI/II era and later, mounted on cardboard sheets, 42 in total, including Royal Naval, Anson, Drake, Hawke Btn, RE, Royal Irish Rifles, Finsbury Rifles, 25th Cyclists (London Reg’t), etc, mostly appear original, but possibility of later made re-strikes, copies, etc £40 - £60 plus BP*

Lot 72 Lot 72 A NUMBER OF BRITISH MILITARY CAP BADGES, WWI/II era and later, mounted on sheets of cardboards, 65 in total, including Gordon Highlanders, Rifle Brigade, Parachute Reg’t, Intel Corps, Recon Corps, Oxford L.I., etc, most appear original but possibilities of later re-strikes copies, etc £50 - £70 plus BP*

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Lot 75 A NUMBER OF BRITISH MILITARY CAP, BERET BADGES, mainly Scottish, WWI/II era and later, 19 in total, including Camerons, Tyneside Scottish, Gordons, London Scottish, KOSB, Scots Guards, etc, some original, but possibilities of later re-strikes, copies, etc £30 - £50 plus BP*

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Lot 76 Lot 76 A NUMBER OF BRITISH MILITARY CAP BADGES, WWI/II era and later mounted in a shallow cardboard box, 24 in total, including Recon Corps, Yorks & Lancs Notts Derby, Tank Corps, Border Reg’t, RAC, Middlesex etc, most appear original but possibility of later restrikes, copies, etc £40 - £60 plus BP*

Lot 77 Lot 77 A SMALL CARDBOARD BOX CONTAINING A NUMBER OF BRITISH MILITARY CAP BADGES/DEVICES, WWI/II era and later, 35 in total, including 6th Inniskillin Dragoons, RM, Lothian & Border Horse, Radnor Home Guard, Artists Rifles, SAS, 1st Birmingham Pals, 3rd County of London Yeomanry, Tyneside Irish, London Rifle Brigade etc, most appear original but possibility of later re-strikes and copies, etc £40 - £60 plus BP*

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Lot 78 Lot 78 A SMALL CARDBOARD BOX CONTAINING A NUMBER OF BRITISH CAP BADGES/DEVICES, from WWI/II era and later, 51 in total, including 9th Lancers, Manchesters 5th VB, Artists Rifles, DLI, Cheshire, Suffolk, Lincolnshire Yeomanry, Tank Corps, Lanchashire Volunteers, Essex, Welsh, Royal Guernsey, etc, most appear original but possibilities of later re-strikes, copies, etc £60 - £80 plus BP*

Lot 79 Lot 79 A SMALL CARD WITH A NUMBER OF BRITISH MILITARY CAP BADGES/DEVICES, mounted, all are WWI/II era and later, 10 in total, to include Leicester Yeomanry (115 Btn), Leicester Yeomanry India, Queens Westminster Rifles, Paddington Rifles, Prince Consorts Own, Prince of Wales Civil Service, Army Band, RAEC, RADC, RAMC, possibility of later re-strikes, copies, etc £30 - £50 plus BP*

Lot 80 Lot 80 A SMALL CARD WITH A NUMBER OF BRITISH MILITARY CAP BADGES/DEVICES, mounted, all are WWI/II era and beyond, 14 in total, including Royal Scots Dragoons Gds, 3rd Glamorgan RV The Loyals, Notts Yeomanry, Hampshire Yeomanry, Leicester Yeomanry, Warwickshire Yeomanry, Derbyshire Yeomanry x 3 including two officers possibly silver gilt, Wiltshire Yeomanry, Glamorgan Imperial Yeomanry, Yorkshire Yeomanry, 153/154th RA, possibility some may be later re-strikes or copies £50 - £80 plus BP*

Lot 81 Lot 81 A SMALL CARD WITH A NUMBER OF BRITISH MILITARY CAP BADGES/DEVICES, all are WWI/II era and later, 28 in total, including Kings Own, Cornwall LI, Army Cyclists Corps, Hampshire, Essex, 8th Kings Irish Hussars, Leicestershire, 16th Queens Lancers etc, most appear original but possibilities of later re-strikes copies, etc £40 - £60 plus BP*


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Lot 82 Lot 82 A LARGE WOODEN CONSTRUCTED DISPLAY CASE/STORAGE CASE, by the maker ‘James R & William Laing, Silversmiths, 10 Gordan Street, Glasgow, with original lock and key, the has a vacant, cartouche to the lid, contains a large number of British Military cap badges/devices, from the Victorian period through WWI/II and later, a fine collection of original pieces, but many contain some later re-strike or copies, the top lift up display shelf contains 114 badges in total, there are many rarely seen and scarce units here, such as Victorian Carlow Rifles (Ireland), Jewish Btn, Norfolk, Herefordshire, XII Royal Lancersm XXVI Hussars, North Irish Horse, Caernarvon & Denbigh Yeomanry, 2nd Btn Monmouthshire, Royal Dublin Fusiliers etc, also present is a small tobacco tin with the badge of ‘The Loyal Regiment’ mounted on the lid, also some photos and paperwork relating to the Death of a Josephine Mary Blower, the bottom drawer contains a further 164 badges and devices, making a grand total of 278 items in total, yet again, there are some scarcely seen units and titles here such as .... Ayrshire Earl of Carricks Own Yeomanry, Shropshire Yeomanry, Lancashire Volunteers (NE Lancs Volunteer Regiment), The Royal Dragoons, Scottish Horse, Northampshire Yeomanry, Artists Rifles etc, again most appear to be original issue, but there is a possibility of later re-strikes or copies, all in all great collection, housed in a nice display case £300 - £500 plus BP*

Lot 83 Lot 83 THREE CARD TRAYS CONTAINING A NUMBER OF GOLD COLOURED BRITISH ARMY UNIFORM BUTTONS, large and small, mostly Royal Artillery, but some are highly shiny 9th/12th Royal Lancers £0 - £0 plus BP*

Lot 84 Lot 84 A SMALL CARDBOARD BOX CONTAINING A NUMBER OF BRITISH MILITARY CAP BADGES/DEVICES, WWI/II era and later, 33 in total, including Lincoln, Royal West Kent, Northamptonshire, Connaught Rangers, RMP, Manchester, RMA, RA, etc, most appear original, but possibility of later re-strikes or copies, etc £30 - £50 plus BP*

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Lot 85 Lot 85 A SMALL BOX CONTAINING A BRITISH WAR AND VICTORY MEDAL PAIR OF MEDALS, correctly named to 67459 Pte G. Tushingham MGC (Machine Gun Corps), together with period miniatures on a bar, also present is a WWII group un-named consisting of the France and Germany Star, Defence and War medal £50 - £90 plus BP*

Lot 86 Lot 86 A WWII LONG SERVICE GROUP OF MEDALS, on a wearing bar, together with original certificate of service and photograph of recipient, Flight Sgt 626679 Walter Stanley Kelly R.A.F. Group, includes Defence and War medal, Coronation medal 1953, R.A.F. Long Service Good Conduct medal (ER II) in box of issue, together with a tie and blazer badge (RAF) Kelly enlisted in 1938 and was discharged in 1962, a nice presented archive to the R.A.F. £60 - £100 plus BP*

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Lot 87 Lot 87 A PLAYERS NAVY CUT CIGARETTE BOX, containing a WWI trio of medals correctly named to 10873 Pte O. Mitchell, Lancashire Fusiliers, together with a pair of leather and metal stirrups, possibly military issue £50 - £80 plus BP*

Lot 88 Lot 88 A PLASTIC BOX CONTAINING A WWI BRITISH WAR AND VICTORY MEDAL, correctly named to S3-031256 Pte J. Hunter, Army Service Corps, together with a WWII group of medals (un-named), consisting of the 1939-45, France and Germany Stars, Defence and War medal, on a wearing bar, also two cap badges for the Royal Engineers, a Bullion thread blazer badge, boxed for the RE, a WWI era silk Royal Fusiliers and a Harp tie pin £60 - £80 plus BP*

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Lot 89 Lot 89 A SMALL COLLECTION OF GERMAN WWII MEDALS AND INSIGNIA, to include Eastern Front medal 1941/42, ring suspender is marked ‘61’ indicating the maker Rudolf Karneth & Sohne, Gablonz, War Merit Cross with swords, ring suspender is marked ‘10’ indicating the maker Forster & Barth, Pforzheim, Italy-German African Campaign medal, no ribbon, cloth collar chevrons for the Luftwaffe for Oberstlietant and General Major, gold and yellow coloured cloth with bullion thread, etc £70 - £100 plus BP*

Lot 90 Lot 90 A PAIR OF METAL GERMAN SS INSIGNIA, DEATHS HEAD SKULL TOTENKOPF AND EAGLE/SWASTIKA, they are both maker marked on reverse RZM M1/122, but are believed to be quality replicas made from silver plate on brass, also is a tube of SS WWII anti-frostbite cream in original metal tube, with clear label details, etc £30 - £50 plus BP*

Lot 91 Lot 91 A SMALL COLLECTION OF GERMAN WWII NAZI MEDALS AND BADGES, West Wall medal, ring suspender is marked L/58? Indicating the maker ‘Glaser & Sohne Dresden’, Eastern Front medal 1941/42, WWII Sudetanland medal, WWII black grade wound badge, no maker number evident on back, hollow coke bottle style pressing, cloth cap badge German labour front, party member stick pin, NSDAP, reverse is marked RZM M1/17 £70 - £100 plus BP*

Lot 92 Lot 92 BRITISH WAR AND VICTORY MEDAL, pair correctly named to 3249 Pte F. Wiseman, Royal Warwick Reg’t, no ribbons, together with an original WWI memoir of the 8th Royal Warwickshire Reg’t ‘Black Square Memories’ and original papers for Wiseman and a British War and Victory medal pair to 36440 Pte H.G. Loat, Wiltshire Reg’t, neither are shown as casualties on the CWGC website £70 - £110 plus BP*


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Lot 93 Lot 93 A SMALL NUMBER OF MILITARY CAP BADGES, etc, to include 2 x cap badges Royal Warwickshire, GR V Crown badge, R.A.F. a dirty WWI trio ribbon bar, a 1953 Coronation medallion engraved to reverse ‘C. Perkins’, silver enamelled RA blazer pin and a WWI circular wound badge numbered on reverse B89683 £30 - £50 plus BP*

Lot 94 Lot 94 A CHINA WAR MEDAL, no bar, correctly named to W. Perkins, Privat R.M.L.I. (Royal Marine Light Infantry), together with almost a complete archive of original service papers and ephemera, relating to his service and a copy of the book ‘China War Medal, Royal Navy and Royal Marines’ by Fevyer & Wilson, also a brass bed plate in Perkins name and a small metal and glass frame with a small black and white photograph of Perkins, complete and a great collectors item £200 - £300 plus BP*

Lot 95 Lot 95 A GROUP OF THREE WWII MEDALS, boxed with ribbons and original packets and issue slip, consisting of the 1939-45, France and Germany Stars, together with War medal (un-named as issued) £30 - £50 plus BP*

Lot 96 Lot 96 A GEORGE VI GENERAL SERVICE MEDAL, with attached Bar Palestine 1945-48, correctly named to 5393333 Pte H. Miller, Ox & Bucks Regiment, in original box of issue £50 - £90 plus BP*

Lot 97 Lot 97 A QUEEN ELIZABETH II GENERAL SERVICE MEDAL, with attached bar, Malaya, correctly named to 22577335 Pte G.F. Malcolm RMP (Royal Military Police) £50 - £90 plus BP*

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Lot 98 Lot 98 A SMALL SILVER COLOURED STICK PIN, for the Nazi N.S.D.A.P. Party members, marked ‘Ges Gesch’ on reverse £15 - £25 plus BP*

Lot 99 Lot 99 A WWI ISSUE ‘ON WAR SERVICE’ LAPEL BADGE, dated 1915, this example is of the brass variety made by the firm of ‘Mappin & Webb’ Sheffield and London and is numbered 67353, also stamped ‘R’ on reverse of the crown, this version was known as the Economy version and issued mainly by the ‘Ministry of Munitions’ for its workers, good example £15 - £25 plus BP*

Lot 100 Lot 100 A ROYAL MINT BOXED PAIR OF LAUREL LEAVES IN SILVER, for the ‘Queens Commendation for Brave Conduct’, original box, etc £50 - £80 plus BP*

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Lot 101 Lot 101 A WWI 1914 STAR TRIO OF MEDALS, on wearing bar, correctly named to T1-575 DVR (driver) E.W. Nicholls, ASC (Army Service Corps) £40 - £70 plus BP*

Lot 102 Lot 102 A WWI BRITISH WAR & VICTORY MEDAL, pair of medals correctly named to T-254896 Pte A.E. Wathen, ASC (Army Service Corps) £30 - £40 plus BP*

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Lot 103 Lot 103 A WWI 1914-15 STAR TRIO OF MEDALS, correctly named to 21687 Pte M. Martin, ASC (Army Service Corps) on Star, SS-21687 on British War & Victory medals, SS could possibly denote Special Service within the ASC £40 - £60 plus BP*

Lot 104 Lot 104 A SMALL COLLECTION OF GERMAN 3RD REICH WWII COMBAT BADGES, PHOTOS AND A WWI GERMAN SOLDBUCH PAY BOOK, to include a Infantry Assault badges, massive solid back style, complete pin fastening with ‘W.H’ stamped underneath the pin, indicating the maker Willhelm Hobacher, dark bronze patina, a General Assault badge, zinc coloured metal with rivet pin fastening to back, Eagle, Bayonet and Bayonet scooped out style, with makers mark ‘JFS’ stamped under hinge, indicating maker Josef Feix & Sohne, a WWI German Soldbuch, with entries in pencil, nine various black and white photos of German soldiers in formation, casual and hospital scenes, all believed to be WWII era, some handwritten on reverse, both examples of these badges are featured in the book, ‘German Combat Awards 1939-1945 by Alan Beadle’ £80 - £120 plus BP*

Lot 105 Lot 105 A SMALL GLAZED FRAME CONTAINING THREE MEDALS, which are plaster/plastic reproductions, however two of the medals have been named around the rim, Queens South Africa, broken at suspender with name 26457 Sapper R. Swanston, RE as is Kings South Africa and a WWI Merchantile Marine War medal, display item only £15 - £20 plus BP*

Lot 106 Lot 106 A KINGS SOUTH AFRICA MEDAL, with the usual 1901 and 1902 bars, named (engraved) to 15867 Pte W. Baker, RAMC, this medal may have been erased and re-named £50 - £80 plus BP*


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Militaria

Lot 107 Lot 107 TWO SMALL WAR DIARIES AND PHOTOGRAPHS, to a soldier attached to 17th Ambulance Train (RAMC) B.E.F. relating to his service and duties in France during WWI, Robert Rolston Hines ~number 11810, he originated from Court Lane, Erdington, Birmingham and the two diaries are very neatly written and detail his movements and duties during 1917/1918, there are aslo four black and white photographs of Hines in uniform, two are neatly presented in fold over mounts, the other two are postcard style, information given by the vendor suggests Hines was 20 years of age in 1916, not listed as a casualty on the CWGC website £30 - £50 plus BP*

Lot 108 Lot 108 A BOX CONTAINING A SMALL ACCUMULATION OF BRITISH MILITARY, to include uniform buttons from North Staffs Reg’t, Royal Scots Reg’t, RASC, also a quantity of webbing, shoulder rank epaulettes, NCO chevrons, together with a number of cap badges, RA, etc, also a Womens Land Army brooch (enamelled) £20 - £40 plus BP*

Lot 109 Lot 109 A 1907 PATTERN BRITISH WWI SMLE RIFLE BAYONET, correct markings to hilt, GR Crown 1907 etc, proof markings to other side, complete with leather and metal scabbard, also a white metal and leather riding crop with the badge of the Yorkshire Hussars on the cap, WWI era £70 - £100 plus BP*

Lot 110 Lot 110 A FRENCH CHASSEPOT STYLE RIFLE BAYONET AND SCABBARD, the top of the blade has the usual markings, St Etienee Fevrier 1874, proof markings to blade and numbered AB 82383 on crossguard, together with a possibly 19th Century sabre type sword, poorly constructed, no markings evident and handle guard has been broken in the past and an attempt made to re-solder £60 - £80 plus BP*

Lot 111 Lot 111 A 1917 PATTERN WWI ERA USA REMINGTON RIFLE BAYONET AND SCABBARD, the blade is marked with the usual circular Remington 1917 mark and exploding bomb on other side, the leather scabbard and frog is embossed 1916, also an Eastern white metal hand dagger and leather scabbard, the dagger having the makers marks William Rodgers, ‘Cut my Way’ and made in Sheffield, England £60 - £90 plus BP*

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Lot 112 Lot 112 A WWII ERA ? MILITARY ISSUE ASTRO COMPASS MKII, boxed and in excellent condition throughout, appears to be complete in wooden carrying box, with canvas handle £40 - £60 plus BP*

Lot 113 Lot 113 A WWII ERA BRITISH BOXED BUBBLE SEXTANT MK IXA, all complete with manual, etc £50 - £70 plus BP*

Lot 114 Lot 114 A WWII ERA PAIR OF BINOCULARS BY BARR & STROUD 7 X CF41, in brown leather case, usual Arrow marks to both lens, no other markings evident, possibly Naval issue, complete with leather carry strap and eye piece covers, etc £50 - £80 plus BP*

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Lot 115 Lot 115 A WWII ERA MILITARY MAP CARRY CASE, in dark brown leather, with carrying handle and multiple pockets inside, also spaces for pens, pencils, etc, clasp is marked BREV SDGD Foreign Pats, inside lid is marked in pen to Lt. Willetts C.F. 331184 R, War Reg’t £30 - £50 plus BP*

Lot 118 Lot 118 A WWII ERA GERMAN 2LB INCENDARY BOMB CASING, marked to base Az8312.308a, Rh.S 143 etc, a British WWI era sectionised 16lb shell with fuse and bag of shot and a British WWI (1916) 18lb MKII shell case £30 - £50 plus BP*

Lot 116 Lot 116 A WWII ERA BRITISH SIGNAL LAMP, by ‘Aldis Brothers’ Birmingham, black coloured with brass top sight, clicker switch and bulb intact, serial numbered to bottom of grip S448 £30 - £50 plus BP*

Lot 119 Lot 119 A LARGE PLASTIC CARRY DISPLAY CASE, containing a small collection of Grenades and fuses as follows ..... French 1914 model Ball Grenade, WWI lemon shaped Grenade, British WWI Mills Bomb, WWI British Number 14 Grenade, French WWI Citron Grenade, British WWI Number 24 Rifle Grenade, German WWI Discus Grenade, US M42/M46 Cluster Bomblet (inert) 1944 2lb shell case, 2lb high velocity shell, British WWI 101 percussion fuze, plastic model of a MKI 247 Grenade £70 - £120 plus BP*

Lot 117 Lot 117 A QUANTITY OF POSTCARDS AND PHOTOGRAPHS, to include four WWI era silks postcards, three flowered postcards, two National Identity cards in the surnames Wiseman and Perkins, three postcards depicting ‘Zeppelin’ raids on the UK 1915, two other WWI era cards and a black and white photo of a Field Parade, showing Hitler, Von Bloomberg and Von Fritsch, 1936 £0 - £0 plus BP*

Lot 120 Lot 120 A WHITE METAL DINNER FORK, embossed with the German Nazi logo for the R.A.D. National Labour Service £10 - £15 plus BP*


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Lot 121 Lot 121 A WWI ERA U.S. ISSUE P17 BAYONET, and scabbard/canvas frog, the bayonet has the 1917 and W in circle logo, to the other side is the US and Exploding Bomb logo £40 - £60 plus BP*

Lot 122 Lot 122 A CARD TUBE CONTAINING A WIDE ANGLE PHOTOGRAPH OF MEMBERS OF THE METROPOLITAN-CAMMELL CARRIAGE & WAGON COMPANY ‘B’ COY, 37th Warwickshire (Birmingham) Btn Home Guard, the photo is in black and white and dated October 1942 £0 - £0 plus BP*

Lot 123 Lot 123 A PLASTIC BAG CONTAINING A LARGE NUMBER OF BRITISH, US MILITARY BUTTONS, COLLAR DOGS, etc, together with six large plastic button two tone green with German Swastika logo, no markings to reverse £20 - £40 plus BP*

Lot 124 Lot 124 AN ORIGINAL COPY OF THE WWI ERA BOOK TITLED ‘WICKED WILLIE’ BY MARGARET A RAWLINS, (Book deals with the exploits of Wicked Willie i.e. William II of Imperial Germany and was published in 1914, good condition, the book contains some information about the owner and how she came by the book, together with a small photo of ‘Aunt Mabel’, together with a colour tinted large photograph of a WWI/WWII era soldier in uniform (head and shoulders only) £20 - £40 plus BP*

Lot 126 Lot 126 A SMALL WHITE METAL FLIP LID COMPASS, possibly WWI era and military issue, the case has two loops attached, which could have enabled the instruments to be worn on the wrist, fully working, but no makers marks or names evident £20 - £30 plus BP*

Lot 127 Lot 127 A 19TH CENTURY ERA MILITARY SWORD, complete with metal scabbard, the sword is believed to be Spanish as a faint makers mark on the hilt can be made out ‘Toledo’, also the number 1579 AE, blade rusted as too the scabbard £50 - £70 plus BP*

Lot 125 Lot 125 A BRITISH MADE A.M. ASTRO COMPASS MKII, 6A. 1174. 3-H, this compass is mounted on a wooden plinth, this compass came into service with the R.A.F. in the early 30’s and many say used in the Lancaster Bomber fleet of Aircraft, good condition for age £30 - £50 plus BP*

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Lot 128 Lot 128 TWO MIDDLE EASTERN/ASIAN CONTINENT CURVED SWORDS, with leather and metal scabbards, both blades have Arabic lettering etc and scrolled blades, possibly elaborate Tourist/Display pieces £50 - £70 plus BP*

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Lot 129 Lot 129 A CURVED BLADE SWORD, no scabbard, no makers marks etc, possibly craft made reproduction of an original £30 - £50 plus BP*

Lot 130 Lot 130 FOUR OIL ON BOARD MILITARY INTEREST PAINTINGS, Colin Fairbrother local South Derbyshire artist, entitled ‘Early Days’, ‘In its Element’, ‘Bombs Gone’ and ‘First and Last Flight of S. Sugar’, featuring British WWI Aircraft, all signed by the artist and features notes penned on the reverse (proceeds are going to 2018 Poppy Appeal) £30 - £50 plus BP*

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Lot 131 Lot 131 THREE OIL ON BOARD MILITARY INTEREST PAINTINGS, Colin Fairbrother local South Derbyshire artist, entitled ‘We Deliver Anywehere, Anytime’, ‘Halcyon Days’, ‘We Have Lift Off, Thank Christ’ featuring US and British Aricraft, all are signed by the artist and have penned notes on the reverse (proceeds to 2018 Poppy Appeal) £30 - £50 plus BP*

Lot 132 Lot 132 THREE OIL ON BOARD MILITARY INTEREST PAINTINGS, Colin Fairbrother local South Derbyshire artist, entitled ‘Blitzkrieg’, ‘Night Raider’ and ‘The Calm Before The Storm’ featuring German Luftwaffe Aircraft, all are signed by the artist and have penned notes on reverse (proceeds to 2018 Poppy Appeal) £30 - £50 plus BP*

Lot 133 Lot 133 A SELECTION OF BOOKS OF A MILITARY WWI INTEREST FOR THE BATTLE OF SOMME, PASCHENDAELE, etc, to include Major Holts Battlefield guide to the Somme and Ypres Salient with map, four trench maps, Loos, Longueval, Thiepval Wood, Beaumont, Somme Day by Day account by Chris Mcarthy, Paschendaele Day by Day account by Mcarthy, The Somme 90 years on, Birmingham Pals by Terry Carter, Ulsters part in the Battle of The Somme (36th Div), the Tanks at Flers volumes 1 and 2 by Trevor Pidgeon £10 - £20 plus BP*

Lot 134 Lot 134 A SELECTION OF BOOKS OF A MILITARY INTEREST, to include ‘War Poems’ by Vivien Head, Ghost Force Secret History of the SAS by Ken Connor, ‘A Testimony to Courage’ History of the Ulster Defence Regiment by John Potter, ‘Vulcan 607’ by Rowland White, ‘Storm Command’ a personal account of the Gulf War by General Sir Peter De La Billiere £10 - £15 plus BP*


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Lot 135 Lot 135 A SELECTION OF BOOKS, hardback/paperback of a military interest, WWI/WWII and recent conflicts, Gulf War etc, to include ‘Military Atlas’ of WWI by Arthur Banks, ‘Battle Honours of The British and Commonwealth Armies’ by Anthony Baker, WWI St John Enquiry list, September 15th 1916, by Imperial War Museum, ‘Poachers Battle’ group in the Gulf War, April-July 1991, 2nd Btn Royal Anglian Regiment, ‘Hackles Raised’ First Royal Fusiliers Battle Group fight for Basra, Fromelles 1916’ by Paul Cobb, ‘Last Post’, by Max Arthur, ‘The Victoria Cross’ by Peter Duckers, ‘The Forgotten Battle series Le Cateau 1914 and Somme 1916 same series, both by Michael Gavaghan £10 - £15 plus BP*

Lot 136 Lot 136 A BOX CONTAINING A QUEEN ALEXANDRA ROYAL ARMY NURSING CORPS CAP AND BADGE, a blue peaked cap by Westminster, believed to be post WWII, 2 x Jubilee/Coronation medals King George V and George VI, RAF cap badge, assorted buttons, etc £20 - £30 plus BP*

Lot 137 Lot 137 A WWI ERA SPRING LOADED BAYONET SECTION BRITISH ARMY TRAINING RIFLE, various proof marks evident on stock and barrel but no makers mark/logo, all the correct looks/weight and handling of a WWI SMLE rifle and the spring loaded dummy bayonet end, all complete £80 - £120 plus BP*

Lot 138 Lot 138 A BOX CONTAINING THREE PAIRS OF MILITARY ISSUE/STYLE BINOCULARS, Barr & Stroud 1934 Naval binoculars with filters and leather case, a W.Watson & Sons 1920 binoculars X6 and leather case, a military number 2 binoculars 8x30 with green coloured webbing case (3) £120 - £180 plus BP*

Lot 139 Lot 139 FOUR EXAMPLES OF WWI ERA MILITARY SILKS IN THE FORMS OF REGIMENTAL CRESTS, BADGES, HELMETS, SOLDIERS, FLAGS, etc, which have been fashioned into table runners table decoration etc, many regiments are depicted and some considerable time has been spent stitching, together with ornate lace decoration around the edges, etc £20 - £40 plus BP*

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Lot 140 Lot 140 A BOXED BRITISH MILITARY ISSUE RADAR RECEIVER TYPE R3645, Tropicalized Gee Airborne Radar, Navigation system with integral radio frequency unit, 10DB/8477 £20 - £30 plus BP*

Lot 141 Lot 141 A BOXED BRITISH MILITARY ISSUE RADAR RECEIVER TYPE R3645, Tropicalized Gee Airborne Radar, Navigation system with integral radio frequency unit, 10DB/8477 £20 - £30 plus BP*

Lot 142 Lot 142 A BOXED BRITISH MILITARY ISSUE RADAR RECIEVER TYPE 3645, Tropicalized Gee Airborne Radar, Navigation system, with integral radio frequency unit 10DB/8477 £20 - £30 plus BP*

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Lot 143 Lot 143 A BOXED BRITISH MILITARY ISSUE RADAR RECEIVER TYPE 3645, Tropicalized Gee Airborne Radar, Navigation system, with integral radio frequency unit, 10DB/8477 £20 - £30 plus BP*

Lot 144 Lot 144 A BOXED BRITISH MILITARY ISSUE RADAR RECEIVER TYPE 3645, Tropicalized Gee Airborne Radar, Navigation system, with integral radio frequency unit, 10DB/8477 £20 - £30 plus BP*

Lot 145 Lot 145 A BOXED BRITISH MILITARY ISSUE RADAR RECEIVER TYPE 3645, Tropicalized Gee Airborne Radar, Navigation system, with integral radio frequency unit, 10DB/8477 £20 - £30 plus BP*

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Lot 146 Lot 146 A MILITARY ISSUE CWS-T QUARTZ WATCH, no wrist strap or band, marked on back 0552/ 6645-99, 5415317, 33778, 84 £50 - £70 plus BP*

Lot 147 Lot 147 A 19TH CENTURY MAMELUKE CROSS HILTED SWORD, no scabbard, this Scimitar style curved sword was named originally after the Mamluk Warriors in Egypt, who were the first to use this style, hand grip could possibly be of a light coloured bone construction, held in place by ornate rivets, etc £100 - £150 plus BP*

Lot 148 Lot 148 TWO LARGE FRAMED PRINTS OF AN R.A.F INTEREST, ‘The Dambusters’ Wartime survivors of the 617 Squadron R.A.F. , the print featured is a Lancaster Bomber with original signatures of pilots and officers concerned, including such names as Arthur T. (Bomber) Harris, Leonard Cheshire, Douglas Webb, William Reid etc, ‘Flying this Armstrong Whitworth’, FK8 of No.8 Squadron, Lt J. Haslam (Observer) and Capt F.M.F. West V.C. 10.8.1918, the print is signed in ink, but difficult to tell whether these are facsimile or not £40 - £70 plus BP*

Lot 149 Lot 149 A GERMAN WWII ARMY TORNISTER BAG/BACKPACK, the bag measures approximately 35cm x 30cm x 14cm, the flap is either Horse or Pony hide and has all straps and buckles, the rear top leather band bears the makers name ‘Otto Koberstein’ Indsburg, A.W. 1938, the whole item is in very good condition and benefits from inner packaging to keep its shape, etc £80 - £120 plus BP*


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Lot 152 Lot 152 A WWI TRENCH TELESCOPE BY HUET, PARIS, this device was used by troops in the trenches to enable a view above the ground line, the device is in very good condition, all intact and in its brown leather case of issue £80 - £120 plus BP* Lot 150 Lot 150 A GERMAN/SWISS ? WWII ARMY TORNISTER BAG/BACKPACK, the bag measures 48cm x 28cm x 15cm, this example has a large front flap, which also contains further storage pockets, etc, the main construction of the bag is covered in horse/pony hide, some of the leather fitments bear the following makers marks.... ‘J. Baumgartner’ EBNAT, SCH and Cross on strap, bag is in great overall condition although some of the hide is worn on the inside £80 - £120 plus BP*

Lot 151 Lot 151 A WWII ERA MILITARY WEAPON SIGHT/TELESCOPE, steel construction, bearing the marks ‘TELESCOPE M45, No.3894, M.H.R. Co, 1943-RJD, C80868 and B137233’ £30 - £50 plus BP*

Lot 153 Lot 153 A LEG OF LAMB STYLE BROWN LEATHER GUN CASE, all intact with straps, carrying handle, etc, no makers marks evident, case is locked with a press down brass clip (no key present) British issue ? £40 - £60 plus BP*

Lot 154 Lot 154 A PAIR OF SMALL BLACK METAL SPOTTING FIELD GLASSES, marked W. Gregory & Co, Strand London, the brown leather case is also marked similar, the outside of the case is marked with initials ‘D.B’ £20 - £40 plus BP*

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Lot 155 Lot 155 A LARGE HAND HELD PERISCOPE, approximately 95cm in length, of brass and leather construction, which is engraved on the brass cylinder near to the eye piece, ‘National Rifle Association L. Braham & Co makers, London, contained in a long woollen sock £50 - £80 plus BP*

Lot 156 Lot 156 A PAIR OF BAUSCH & LOMB OPTICAL CO, ROCHESTER NY, BINOCULARS, 7 x 50, no lens caps front and rear, possibly US Military issue, complete with leather straps £50 - £70 plus BP*

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Lot 157 Lot 157 A PAIR OF BUSCH RATHERNOW GERMAN WWII ERA BINOCULARS, 6 x 30 Dienstglas, numbered 206351, with brown leather front and rear lens caps £70 - £90 plus BP*

Lot 158 Lot 158 A WWII ERA DRESS UNIFORM JACKET, for the US Army, possibly Major, complete with all buttons, medal ribbon bar and shoulder tabs, etc, also a coloured unit patch on left shoulder, inside of jacket has a label marked ‘Regulation Army Officers Uniform’ £30 - £40 plus BP*

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Lot 159 Lot 159 A WWI ERA GERMAN LIGHT WEIGHT METAL HELMET, possibly used by German fire/Police Service, the helmet is black but is missing lots of original colour revealing the bare alloy colour below, it has an almost reflective band around the rim, bearing partial Eagle/Swastika motif and is marked on the inside rear ‘DIN 14940’, with a small circular motif below £40 - £60 plus BP*

Lot 160 Lot 160 A PAIR OF WWII ERA BINO PRISM MK 2 MILITARY ISSUE BINOCULARS, in brown leather case, no lens caps, case is embossed Bino prism No.5 MK 1 OS.997 £30 - £40 plus BP*

Lot 161 Lot 161 A KIDNEY SHAPED COPPER HOT WATER BOTTLE, bears the KRAUSS logo and wave, flag badge, metal screw top, in German ‘Always fill water to top’, believed to have been used by U Boat Crews in WWI (information from vendor) £40 - £60 plus BP*

Lot 162 Lot 162 TWO WOODEN SWAGGER STICKS, very good condition, a silver coloured top bearing the Royal Artillery Crest, a larger with circular oblong possible resin or bone grip, depicting a bust of Horatio Nelson, HMS Victory and The Royal Crest in three Cartouches around the top, very ornate £40 - £60 plus BP*


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Lot 163 Lot 163 A BOXED UNKNOWN GERMAN RANGE GAUGE £20 - £40 plus BP*

Lot 164 Lot 164 SIX VICTORIAN ERA SOCKET SPIKE BAYONETS, none with scabbards, five of the six have the screw clip circular ring fixing, one has a push button style thumb clip, all have various markings which are faint to read at best, together with numbers and proof marks etc, various Countries are represented by these examples £100 - £170 plus BP*

Lot 165 Lot 165 A SWISS M1889 MODEL BAYONET AND SCABBARD BY ‘ELSENER SCHWYZ’ SWITZERLAND, this knife bayonet was used with the 7.5mm Schmidt-Rubin rifle and the M1911 rifle, the hilt is serial numbered 948400, the metal scabbard has a leather belt tab, which was attached to the frog (not present) good condition overall, blade excellent £60 - £80 plus BP*

Lot 166 Lot 166 FOUR GERMAN 3RD REICH WWII CLOTH SHOULDER PATCHES, Luftwaffe & Kriegsmarine, on cloth and felt £30 - £40 plus BP*

Lot 167 Lot 167 A BOX CONTAINING A LARGE NUMBER OF PAPER DOCUMENTS AND EPHEMERA, relating to the WWI War Service of a British soldier, including handwritten diaries, noting action and locations of Service, etc, two black and white photographs of a Mortar Crew in action, etc, lots of letters, envelopes, etc £10 - £20 plus BP*

Lot 168 Lot 168 A WWII ERA PAIR OF BARR & STROUD BINOCULARS, 7x41 in original brown leather case, patented and possibly R.N. issue £30 - £50 plus BP*

ARR refer to Droit de Suite Royalty Charges - See Title Page BP* - Buyer’s Premium of 17.5% plus VAT @ 20% - Also see Title Page for additional costs

Lot 169 Lot 169 A WWII ERA BRITISH BOXED ASTRO COMPASS MKII £30 - £50 plus BP*

Lot 170 Lot 170 AN ANEROID BAROMETER, by Reynolds & Son, London, brass case, glazed front with hanging hook £30 - £40 plus BP*

Lot 171 Lot 171 WWII MILITARY MONOCULAR SIGHTING SCOPE, (Bino Prism No.2 MKII, No.72048) £25 - £35 plus BP*

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Lot 172 Lot 172 TWO CROWN COIN STAMP COVERS, Queen Mother, four banknotes, Gill five pound unc, two one pounds unc, one pound O’Brien F. Hollam Ten shilling unc, two commonwealth 1986 two pound carded coins £30 - £40 plus BP*

Lot 175 Lot 175 A BRISTOL FARTHING TOKEN 1660 £0 - £0 plus BP*

Lot 179 Lot 179 A GOLD FOUR DUCAT PROOF, approximately 14.04 grams, 0.443ozt £400 - £430 plus BP*

Lot 176 Lot 176 A DISS FARTHING TOKEN 1669 £0 - £0 plus BP*

Lot 173 Lot 173 A SELECTION OF ENGLISH BANKNOTES, Peppiatt to Somerset, to include a one pound error Fforde offset printed with part of the next note in the run, together with a rare 1992-93 EEC 50p £60 - £80 plus BP*

Lot 177 Lot 177 A PAIR OF GOLD DUCAT PROOFS, approximately 3.5 grams each, .986 fine Austria 1915 £220 - £230 plus BP*

Lot 174 Lot 174 A SMALL BOX OF UK COINAGE AND COMMEMORATIVES, to include a 1977 Queens Silver Jubilee Crown .925 silver and a selection of five pound coins £20 - £30 plus BP*

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Lot 178 Lot 178 A PAIR OF GOLD DUCAT PROOFS, approximately 3.5 grams each, .986 fine Austria 1915 £220 - £230 plus BP*

Lot 180 Lot 180 A FULL GOLD SOVEREIGN 1974 £150 - £200 plus BP*

Lot 181 Lot 181 A FULL GOLD SOVEREIGN 1974 £150 - £200 plus BP*


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Lot 182 Lot 182 A FULL GOLD SOVEREIGN 1974 £150 - £200 plus BP*

Lot 185 Lot 185 A GOLD AUREUS FAUSTINA SENIOR, Diva Faustina draped bust R/AV-GV-STA. Fortuna STD left holding Patera in right hand and rudder resting on globe left struck posthumously after her death Nov 140. Wife of Antoninus Pius strike 5/5 surface 4/5, approximately 7.27 grams £750 - £850 plus BP*

Lot 183 Lot 183 A FULL GOLD SOVEREIGN 1974 £150 - £200 plus BP*

Lot 188 Lot 188 A GOLD POND AFRICA 1898, .917 fine on 9K mount, approximately 8.54 grams £210 - £220 plus BP*

Lot 189 Lot 189 A FULL GOLD SOVEREIGN, Melbourne Mint 1888 £200 - £210 plus BP* Lot 186 Lot 186 A FULL GOLD SOVEREIGN, Australia Sydney 1870 £250 - £270 plus BP*

Lot 184 Lot 184 A FULL GOLD SOVEREIGN 1974 £150 - £200 plus BP*

Lot 190 Lot 190 A FULL GOLD SOVEREIGN, Victoria 1890 £200 - £210 plus BP*

Lot 187 Lot 187 A FULL GOLD SOVEREIGN, Sydney Mint 1890 £200 - £210 plus BP*

ARR refer to Droit de Suite Royalty Charges - See Title Page BP* - Buyer’s Premium of 17.5% plus VAT @ 20% - Also see Title Page for additional costs

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Lot 191 Lot 191 A FULL GOLD SOVEREIGN, Victoria 1889 £200 - £210 plus BP*

Lot 194 Lot 194 AN EDWARD VII FULL SOVEREIGN, 1909 £200 - £210 plus BP*

Lot 197 Lot 197 A FULL GOLD SOVEREIGN, B.U. 1958 £180 - £200 plus BP*

Lot 192 Lot 192 AN EDWARD VII FULL GOLD SOVEREIGN, 1906 £200 - £210 plus BP*

Lot 195 Lot 195 AN EDWARD VII GOLD HALF SOVEREIGN, unc £100 - £110 plus BP*

Lot 198 Lot 198 A FULL GOLD SOVEREIGN, B.U. 1959 £180 - £200 plus BP*

Lot 193 Lot 193 AN EDWARD VII FULL GOLD SOVEREIGN, 1908 £200 - £210 plus BP*

Lot 196 Lot 196 A FULL GOLD SOVEREIGN, B.U. 1957 £180 - £200 plus BP*

Lot 199 Lot 199 A FULL GOLD SOVEREIGN, B.U. 1962 £180 - £200 plus BP*


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Lot 200 Lot 200 A FULL GOLD SOVEREIGN, B.U. 1963 £180 - £200 plus BP*

Lot 203 Lot 203 A FULL GOLD SOVEREIGN, B.U. 1966 £180 - £200 plus BP*

Lot 201 Lot 201 A FULL GOLD SOVEREIGN, B.U. 1964 £180 - £200 plus BP*

Lot 204 Lot 204 A FULL GOLD SOVEREIGN, B.U. 1967 £180 - £200 plus BP*

Lot 202 Lot 202 A FULL GOLD SOVEREIGN, B.U. 1965 £180 - £200 plus BP*

Lot 205 Lot 205 A FULL GOLD SOVEREIGN, B.U. 1968 £180 - £200 plus BP*

ARR refer to Droit de Suite Royalty Charges - See Title Page BP* - Buyer’s Premium of 17.5% plus VAT @ 20% - Also see Title Page for additional costs

Lot 206 Lot 206 A GROUP OF SILVER COINAGE, to include 1821, 1844, 1891 Crowns, Double Florins, a Bahamas 1972 429 silver coin, Mexico .720 Canada, Spain Franco silver, Morgan Dollars, a 1973 approximately 1.58ozs, Crown, etc £140 - £160 plus BP*

Lot 207 Lot 207 A FULL GOLD SOVEREIGN PROOF, in case of issue, 1980, with certificate of authenticity £200 - £220 plus BP*

Lot 208 Lot 208 A FULL GOLD SOVEREIGN, Sydney Mint 1871 Young Head Victoria, fairly scarce coin, some wear £240 - £260 plus BP*

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Lot 209 Lot 209 A FULL GOLD SOVEREIGN, Victoria Jubilee Head 1892, together with silver threepence coins, etc £190 - £200 plus BP*

Lot 210 Lot 210 A GROUP OF EARLY SILVER COINS, to include Charles II Crown 1667 and 1671 with Graffiti, William II Crown 1695, 1804, Bank of England Dollar, Edward VII 1902 Crown, 1820 George IIII half Crown, 1708 Anne Edinburgh sixpence 1787 George III sixpence £350 - £400 plus BP*

Lot 211 Lot 211 A 1 KILO BAR OF .999 SILVER, No.365810 Metaux Precieux SA Metalor £380 - £420 plus BP*

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Lot 212 Lot 212 A GOLD NAPOLEON III 20 FRANK COIN 1866, together with a 12K gold 1972 20 Dollar coin Jamaica (2) £300 - £320 plus BP*

Lot 213 Lot 213 A BAG CONTAINING A SMALL AMOUNT OF SILVER COINS, to include George III halfcrown 1823, crown 1887, sixpence and shilling some mounted, etc £25 - £35 plus BP*

Lot 214 Lot 214 A WILLIAM AND MARY HALFCROWN 1689, second reverse, together with an Elizabeth 1st holed sixpence £70 - £90 plus BP*

Lot 215 Lot 215 A FULL GOLD SOVEREIGN, mounted on a Royal Mint card £190 - £210 plus BP*

Lot 216 Lot 216 A FULL GOLD SOVEREIGN 1844, shield back £200 - £220 plus BP*

Lot 217 Lot 217 A GOLD HALF SOVEREIGN 1911, together with a small amount of coins and commemoratives to include a 1937 Crown £100 - £120 plus BP*

Lot 218 Lot 218 A GOLD 1/4 OUNCE £25 COIN, mounted as a First Day Cover ‘The Queens Golden Jubilee’ Mintage 1,000 £160 - £170 plus BP*


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Lot 219 Lot 219 A TIN CONTAINING FIVE POUND COINS, COMMEMORATIVES, two carded two pound unc, Bill of Rights coins, an enamelled halfpenny 1944 mounted on a chain, also a 1965 enamelled sixpence with chain £0 - £0 plus BP*

Lot 222 Lot 222 A SHOE BOX OF MIXED COINS, with some current coinage £0 - £0 plus BP*

Lot 223 Lot 223 A TIN OF MIXED COINAGE AND WORLD BANKNOTES, etc £0 - £0 plus BP* Lot 220 Lot 220 A LARGE AMOUNT OF WORLD COINAGE, contained in albums coin envelopes and loose coins and a selection of banknotes £60 - £80 plus BP*

Lot 224 Lot 224 A BOX OF MIXED COINAGE, to include two Festival Crown coins 1951, a small coin album, etc £0 - £0 plus BP* Lot 221 Lot 221 A BOX CONTAINING UK COINAGE, to include £5 coins, silver coins and commemoratives two silver proofs Charles & Diana 1981, Queen Mum silver 1980, etc £30 - £50 plus BP*

ARR refer to Droit de Suite Royalty Charges - See Title Page BP* - Buyer’s Premium of 17.5% plus VAT @ 20% - Also see Title Page for additional costs

Lot 225 Lot 225 FIVE DELUX WHITMAN FOLDERS, to include shillings 1902-56, fourteen of the coins are BU. incomplete sixpence folder, one missing coin in the penny folders, Neal complete halfpenny folder and a complete 1937-56 unc farthing folder, a part filled Sandhill folder QEII halfcrowns to farthing with over £260 recoverable currency with date runs of 10p, 20p, 50p, one pound and two pound coins £350 - £380 plus BP*

Lot 226 Lot 226 THREE COIN BOXES WITH ASSORTED UK COINAGE, many high grades in plastic envelopes, uncirculated coins are wrapped in anti-tarnish diamond tissue with some proofs, five pound coins, United Kingdom year sets, commemoratives, etc £180 - £230 plus BP*

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Lot 227 Lot 227 A UNITED KINGDOM YEAR SET COLLECTION, 21 1990’s-2012 sets, to include 1993 EEC Presidency 50p set and the rare Kew Garden 50p set £300 - £350 plus BP*

Lot 228 Lot 228 WHITMAN FOLDERS, fifteen of mixed UK coinage with .500 silver, twelve £5 coins, most Royal Mint mounted and BU, four silver proof boxed crowns, 2 x Charles & Diana, 2 x Queens Silver Jubilee Aldeney silver proof, a box of assorted coins housed in many small tins year sets, I.O.M. Coins 1992 low mintage year set and other year sets in oak cabinet £220 - £250 plus BP*

Lot 230 Lot 230 A LARGE PLASTIC BOX OF COINS AND COIN ALBUMS, to include Florins and halfcrowns 1911-67, Whitman folders of silver runs five UK proof year sets 1986-90, 9 x B.U. year sets 1980’s, carded one and two pound coins, other year £160 - £180 plus BP*

Lot 231 Lot 231 A METAL BOX OF MIXED COINAGE £0 - £0 plus BP*

Lot 232 Lot 232 A COIN ALBUM OF WORLD COINS £0 - £0 plus BP* Lot 229 Lot 229 A SAMSONITE BRIEFCASE OF COINAGE, to include a sterling silver album of medallic First Day Covers, 2 x Iceland proof sets, 1974, a Kennedy silver medal, a Pobjoy 1977 silver proof Isle of Man set, other year sets, etc £80 - £90 plus BP*

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Lot 233 Lot 233 A BOX OF MIXED COINS £0 - £0 plus BP*

Lot 234 Lot 234 AN INCOMPLETE 1902 SPECIMEN COIN SET, with halfcrown missing but sovereign to Maundy penny 10 coins, together with amounts of miscellaneous coins and a small coin cabinet with nine trays £360 - £390 plus BP*

Lot 235 Lot 235 OVER 5 KILO OF PRE 1947 SILVER COINS, halfcrowns to sixpence, together with over £20.00 of LK O’Brien one pound banknotes, some consecutives £550 - £580 plus BP*


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Lot 236 Lot 236 A BOX OF MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS, with silver coins, silver awards, etc £0 - £0 plus BP*

Lot 239 Lot 239 A BOX OF MIXED COINS, MEDALS AND COMMEMORATIVES £0 - £0 plus BP*

Lot 237 Lot 237 A SMALL TIN CONTAINING BANKNOTES AND VICTORIAN CROWN, etc £0 - £0 plus BP*

Lot 240 Lot 240 A BOX OF WORLD COINS, including silver proofs and commemoratives, etc, to include boxed silver proofs, a Prince of Wales silver Investiture medal 1969, approximately 2.24oz, Republic of Panama 20 Balboas two of Royal Anniversary 1972 Queen & Duke medal, Jamaica Bahamas Barbados sets with silver other silver Maria Theresia restrikes, etc £140 - £160 plus BP*

Lot 238 Lot 238 A WESTMINSTER BOX CONTAINING .999 AND .925 SILVER COINS, to include a ten ounce silver Kookaburra .999 1995, an amount of five pound coins and commemoratives, etc £160 - £180 plus BP* Lot 241 Lot 241 A BOX OF MAINLY BOXED SILVER PROOF COINS, a selection of Prince Charles Invesiture 1969 coins and silver medals I.O.M., New Zealand, Gibralta, Canada, silver, etc £80 - £90 plus BP*

ARR refer to Droit de Suite Royalty Charges - See Title Page BP* - Buyer’s Premium of 17.5% plus VAT @ 20% - Also see Title Page for additional costs

Lot 242 Lot 242 A BOX CONTAINING MAINLY 20TH CENTURY BRITISH COINS, to include two coin cases and a silver bracelet with 23 silver threepences as charms, etc £0 - £0 plus BP*

Lot 243 Lot 243 A BOX OF MAINLY BRITISH COINAGE, to include silver threepence coin, other silver coins, banknotes with consecutives and special serial No., etc £30 - £40 plus BP*

Lot 244 Lot 244 A FILE CASE OF COMMEMORATIVES AND COINS WITH SOME SILVER, to include three .925 silver coins, Solomon Isle and Seychelles, a carded 2006 Birthday five pound coin, etc £20 - £30 plus BP*

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Lot 245 Lot 245 A BOX CONTAINING AMOUNTS OF SILVER COINAGE, from William IV through to the 20th Century, other coins, etc £50 - £70 plus BP*

Lot 248 Lot 248 A BISCUIT TIN OF WORLD COINS, to include hammered silver coins, Charles 1st half groat, Elizabeth 1st 1582 sixpence, two others, Commonwealth penny 164-60, etc £30 - £50 plus BP*

Lot 246 Lot 246 A BOX CONTAINING BRITISH 20TH CENTURY COINS, to include over 700 grams of pre 1947 silver coins £60 - £80 plus BP*

Lot 247 Lot 247 A BOX CONTAINING WORLD COINAGE, to include amounts of silver coins and commemoratives, together with a wind up toy tank £20 - £30 plus BP*

Lot 252 Lot 252 A BOX OF COINS AND MEDALS RELATED ITEMS, to include Statehood Quaters Special Edition 2006 Virgin Isle proof set Jubilee Elizabeth £5 crown, several carded Campaign medals by Cleveland, etc £30 - £50 plus BP* Lot 249 Lot 249 A CREAM BAKELITE BOX WITH COINS, etc, to include crowns 1819, 1889 and a pair of 19141918 Great War medals to J.W. Wood Northumberland Fus 20308 SJT £50 - £60 plus BP* Lot 253 Lot 253 A BOX OF METAL DECETOR FINDS £0 - £0 plus BP*

Lot 250 Lot 250 A BOX OF COINS, to include silver coins, many have mounts attached £30 - £40 plus BP*

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Lot 251 Lot 251 A BOXED SET OF SEVENTY GOLD UPON STERLING SILVER MEDALS, Our Royal sovereigns in original fitted case £150 - £180 plus BP*


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Lot 257 Lot 257 A BOX LID OF COINS, COMMEMORATIVES, CHARLES II CROWN AND OTHER SILVER, etc £0 - £0 plus BP*

Lot 254 Lot 254 A BAG OF MAINLY UK COINS £0 - £0 plus BP*

Lot 255 Lot 255 A BRIEFCASE OF BRITISH AND WORLD COINS, to include boxes of walleted silver coins, George IV to 1946 crowns to silver three pence, other silver, boxes of copper, various grades, etc £400 - £500 plus BP*

Lot 256 Lot 256 A PLASTIC BOX AND TIN OF WORLD COINAGE, to include some proof coins, silver coins, five pound coins, commemoratives, etc £50 - £60 plus BP*

Lot 258 Lot 258 A COIN ALBUM CONTAINING A SMALL AMOUNT OF BANKNOTES, together with a tray of mixed coinage and five pound coins, etc £40 - £50 plus BP*

Lot 259 Lot 259 A SMALL GROUP OF COINAGE OF QUEEN ELIZABETH AND QUEEN MOTHER FIVE POUND, mounted crown and other crowns, Canada BU coins, Double Florin, etc £40 - £50 plus BP*

ARR refer to Droit de Suite Royalty Charges - See Title Page BP* - Buyer’s Premium of 17.5% plus VAT @ 20% - Also see Title Page for additional costs

Lot 260 Lot 260 A BOX CONTAINING AN ALUMINIUM CASE AND OTHER CASES OF COINS, silver proofs Gibraltar silver proof Diana 2002 crown I.O.M. 2001 silver proof other silver proofs, Mexico 1959, .720 silver coin, a 2006 State Quarter 24K gold plated collection, mounted £5 coins, etc £70 - £90 plus BP*

Lot 261 Lot 261 FIVE ALBUMS OF COIN COVERS, many five pound coins, Royal Family themes, to include trays, case of metal detector finds, Roman coins, etc £50 - £70 plus BP*

Lot 262 Lot 262 TWO PLASTIC BOXES OF COIN, COMMEMORATIVES AND METAL DETECTOR FINDS, to include silver proof coins, year sets, Roman coins and artifacts £160 - £180 plus BP*

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BUYING AT AUCTION REGISTRATION Prospective bidders are required to register their details to obtain a bidding number, (paddle). Identification is required in the form of a passport or driving license. Card details are requested for new and overseas buyers and will be verified. References may also be required. Credit and reference checks may also be made. PAYMENT Payment and collection should be made within seven days of the auction by cash, bank transfer, direct debit or credit card. We no longer accept cheques. All winning bids should be paid for and collected/collection arranged within seven days of the auction. Failure to do so will result in the sale being cancelled and the bidder blacklisted across the auction network. Any purchases not collected/collection arranged within seven days will be moved offsite and incur storage fees of £5 per Lot per day. Overseas payments can only be made by direct bank transfer. DESCRIPTION & ESTIMATE OF LOTS Every effort is made to describe Lots as fairly and as accurately as possible. Descriptions are a matter of opinion only and the potential purchaser is advised to examine for themselves the authenticity of any given Lot. Damage/restoration may be mentioned but if not, does not imply an item is free from damage and/or restoration. Our liability in respect of Lot descriptions is limited. All weights and measurements stated should be regarded as approximate. Pre-sale estimates are intended only as a guide for prospective purchasers. Depending on the degree of competition Lots can realise more or sometimes less than our listed estimates. Estimates and descriptions are subject to revision. CONDITION REPORTS Ample time is allocated prior to the auction to allow prospective purchasers to come and view and satisfy for themselves the condition of any given Lot. However, where this is not possible, we are always happy to advise prospective buyers on the condition of any Lot by email only. This is an opinion only and where possible should be requested in writing in ample time eg email. This service closes the day prior to prior to the auction. Hundreds of enquiries are logged for our sales and therefore enquiries are answered on a first come first served basis and are sent at the enquirer’s risk. IMAGES All images, whether printed in the catalogue or on our websites, remain the property of Richard Winterton Auctioneers and may not be reproduced without prior written consent from us. PROGRESS OF SALE Under normal circumstances, our auctions proceed at around 150-200 Lots per hour. TELEPHONE BIDS We are happy to arrange phone bids on Lots estimated at over £200 or at our discretion. By making a booking, you will automatically have the opening bid. Bookings can only be taken up to 48 hours prior to the auction and are subject to line availability. Telephone bids are accepted at the senders risk and should be requested in writing.

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ABSENTEE BIDS AND SALE RESULTS If you are unable to attend the auction, we will be happy to bid on your behalf up to a set amount. Please use the forms available from reception or at the back of a catalogue. Absentee bids should be submitted no later than 9am on the sale morning. We endeavour to buy the Lot as cheaply as is allowed by other bids and reserves if applicable. If your bid(s) is successful, an invoice will be posted or emailed to you on the sale day or you can telephone reception who will be happy to inform clients of sale results. BUYERS’ PREMIUM All bids are charged a buyers’ premium of 21% inclusive of VAT in addition to the ‘hammer’ price. An additional 3% + VAT premium applies to Live Online Bidding. SALEROOM NOTICES It is advisable to check for any notices in the saleroom relating to withdrawn/additional Lots or revised Lot descriptions/guide prices. COLLECTION OF LOTS Lots purchased should be paid for and collected within seven days of the sale. No Lots will be released without cleared funds and a valid invoice slip. Any Lot not collected/collection arranged within seven days of the sale date will incur storage charges at the rate of £5 per Lot per day. STOLEN GOODS & DUE DILIGENCE Richard Winterton Auctioneers Ltd operate a due diligence scheme to help in the prevention in the trade of stolen goods. We co-operate fully with law enforcement agencies in this respect. PARKING & DISABLED ACCESS The Lichfield Auction Centre has ample parking on site and disabled access. ADMISSION TO THE SALEROOM We reserve the right to refuse admission to any of our auctions, without necessarily giving a reason.

CLIENT SERVICES VALUATION DAYS We hold regular free valuation days at locations throughout Staffordshire, The West Midlands and Derbyshire for all antiques, fine art and collectables. We have a network of specialist consultants for areas such as fine wines, pictures, jewellery, watches, modern design, toys, ceramics, cameras, postcards, cigarette cards, sporting memorabilia, antiquarian books, oriental works of art, coins, postage stamps and medals/military memorabilia to name a few. Lichfield Valuation Days The Lichfield Auction Centre, Wood End Lane, Fradley Park, WS13 8NF (Tel 01543 251081) Coins & Banknotes - Tuesdays 9.30am to 12.00noon General Antique & Collectable Valuations of single/selected items Tuesdays 9.30am to 4pm (no appointment necessary) Specialist Themed Valuation Days - oriental works of art, books/maps, stamps, sporting memorabilia etc (by appointment only - dates to be announced - see our website) Auction Consignments only (for boxes and large quantities) Monday to Friday 9.30am to 4pm (excluding sale days) (Ample parking and disabled access) Toys, Trains, Dolls & Teddy Valuations - Every Tuesday 9.30am to 4.00pm Wine, Whisky & Port Valuations - Every Tuesday 9.30am to 4.00pm

Sutton Coldfield Valuation Days The Trinity Centre, Church Hill, Mill St, Sutton Coldfield, B72 1TF *Most Mondays from 2pm to 3.30pm (Check our website for exceptions) (Ample free parking and disabled access) Tamworth Contact us on 01543 251081 for a free home visit At Your Own Home... If you have a large quantity of items or a bulky collection which you are considering selling at auction with us, call us on 01543 251081 to make a free appointment for a Representative to visit you at home to discuss your individual requirements. We can also arrange for the consignment to be collected using our in-house haulage service. FULL/PART ESTATE CLEARANCES We are pleased to advise private individuals, estate agents and solicitors with regards to the clearance of the contents of a property. An area representative will be pleased to meet clients at the property in question and give confidential advice. We have our own fleet of vehicles to assist in the removal process. We can also instruct cleaning professionals should you want the property to be spotless afterwards. WRITTEN VALUATIONS We offer professional written valuations for insurance, probate, tax and family division purposes at attractive rates based on an hourly charge. ANTIQUE TALKS & ONE-OFF VALUATION EVENTS We offer a service whereby we can provide Valuers for ‘antiques talks’ and one-off valuation events. Phone 01543 251081 for further information on this service.

SHIPPING All Lots are available to be packed and shipped by our in house packing service. Once you’ve won your lot, Please contact us for a quote for professionally packed and tracked delivery to your door.


TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF SALE 1. In these conditions Richard Winterton Auctioneers Ltd act only as auctioneers and agents and the representatives of Richard Winterton Auctioneers Ltd conducting the sale is called “Auctioneer”.

10. Richard Winterton Auctioneers Ltd declaim all responsibility for loss or damage of goods or for unauthorised removal of goods unless caused by negligence of their employees.

2. For all purposes of sale the Auctioneer shall be deemed to be the agents of both the vendor and purchaser and may in the case of lots upon which there is a reserve price exercise the right to bid on behalf of the vendor. As agent the Auctioneer cannot be responsible for any default by either the vendor or purchaser.

11. All goods are put up for sale without reserve unless written instructions as to reserve are received by Richard Winterton Auctioneers Ltd prior to the commencement of the sale.

3. The Auctioneer will not be responsible for the correctness of the description, measurement, weight, date, age, genuineness, authenticity, condition or faults of any item, they are believed to be correct but are made as an expression of opinion only, and the lots are sold subject to all faults and errors in description.

13. The purchaser shall pay the hammer price together with the buyers premium of 21% inclusive.

4. The Auctioneer will be pleased to execute bids free of charge for anyone unable to attend the sale on receipt of written instructions. Bids by telephone are accepted only at the senders risk and should be confirmed by letter or fax. 5. The highest bidder is in due time to be the purchaser, and no persons shall retract a bid. The advance on each lot to be determined by the Auctioneer, who reserves the right of refusing any bids and of altering, adding to, dividing, consolidating or withdrawing any lot or lots at the sale or bidding on behalf of the vendor for all goods which are being offered subject to reserve at Auctioneers discretion. Should any dispute or difficulty arise between two or more bidders, the Auctioneer has absolute discretion to settle it or re-offer the lot. 6. Charges for Vendors are per lot and are as follows:- £7 per lot entry fee and 15% thereafter per lot plus VAT 7. Insurance:- All goods will be held insured against the risks of fire, burglary and water damage, for which Richard Winterton Auctioneers Ltd will charge a premium of 1% subject to the Value Added Tax. The value of the goods so covered shall be the gross amount realised, or in the case of unsold lots the best bid, or in the case of withdrawn lots prior to a sale that which the specialised staff of Richard Winterton Auctioneers Ltd shall in their absolute discretion, estimate to be the auction value of the goods.

12. The vendor will duly indemnify Richard Winterton Auctioneers Ltd in connection with any goods sold on the vendors behalf.

14. All lots to be at the sole risk and charge of the purchaser from the fall of the hammer, and such lots to be taken away with all faults, defects and errors in descriptions without any power of dispute, at the risk and expense of the purchaser. No purchaser shall be entitled to remove any lot until payment has been received in full for the lots purchased. 15. Settlement is normally 4-6 weeks post auction less charges, provided we have been paid by the purchaser. VAT is applicable on all services. 16. All categorised lots withdrawn prior to auction will incur a £25 per lot fee or 7.5% of our value, whichever is greater. 17. Expenses:- You agree to pay all costs relating to (1) packing and shipping the lots to the saleroom or returned. ONLINE BIDDING Richard Winterton Fine Art Auctioneers offer an online bidding service via thesaleroom. com for bidders who cannot attend the sale. In completing the bidder registration on www.the-saleroom.com and providing your credit card details and unless alternative arrangements are agreed with Richard Winterton Fine Art Auctioneers: 1. authorise Richard Winterton Fine Art Auctioneers, if they so wish, to charge the credit card given in part or full payment, including all fees, for items successfully purchased in the auction via the-saleroom.com, and

8. Vendors will be charged for goods left on the premises if the vendor has been requested to remove them and if the goods are not removed within fourteen days of such request. Richard Winterton Auctioneers Ltd reserve the right to sell the goods to defray costs and storage charges.

2. confirm that you are authorised to provide these credit card details to Richard Winterton Fine Art Auctioneers through www.the-saleroom.com and agree that Richard Winterton Fine Art Auctioneers are entitled to ship the goods to the card holder name and card holder address provided in fulfilment of the sale.

9. Richard Winterton Auctioneers Ltd reserve the right to store or arrange the the storage of goods delivered to them for sale either on their own premises or elsewhere at their sole discretion. They exempt themselves from any liability for loss or damage to goods delivered without sufficient sale instructions.

Please note that any lots purchased via the-saleroom.com live auction service will be subject to an additional 3% commission charge + VAT at the rate imposed on the hammer price

EXPLANATION OF CATALOGUING TERMS (S.D/A.F) We have identified that the Lot in question has some damage/ faults, (s.d/a.f). This is for guidance only and does not constitute that a Lot is free of damage/faults where no mention is made. (RESTORATIONS) We have identified that the Lot in question in our opinion has some restoration, whether in full or part. This is for guidance only and does not constitute that a Lot is free of restoration where no mention is made. FINE ART (PICTURES, PRINTS & WORKS OF ART) Any statement as to authorship, attribution, origin, date, age, provenance and condition is a statement of our opinion and is not to be taken as a statement of fact. Please read carefully the Terms of Business printed in this catalogue and available upon request. LOWRY, LAURENCE STEPHEN (1887-1976): In our opinion a work by the artist. ATTRIBUTED TO LOWRY, LAURENCE STEPHEN (1887-1976): In our opinion a work by the artists but less certainty as to authorship is expressed than in the above category.

CIRCLE/MANNER/FOLLOWER OF LOWRY, LAURENCE STEPHEN: In our opinion a work by an unidentified hand associated with the artists but not necessarily a pupil or of the period of the artist. All dimensions are given in centimetres of the image only, height before width and are approximate. Pictures are unframed unless otherwise stated. Artists Resale Rights may apply to certain Lots (living and deceased artists within 70 years) that fetch over 1,000 Euros hammer price (approximately £800). In which case a 4% surcharge is payable by the purchaser in addition to the hammer price and buyers’ premium (and if applicable, live bidding fees). WEIGHTS & MEASUREMENTS All weights and measurements quoted in this catalogue are to be regarded as approximate. CLOCKS & WATCHES All clocks and watches are sold as seen and have not been tested for operation. We therefore advise servicing by a suitably qualified horologist. There are no keys, weights or pendulums unless stated in the Lot description.

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Richard Winterton Auctioneers  

Coins, Medals & Militaria | Monday 30th April 2018

Richard Winterton Auctioneers  

Coins, Medals & Militaria | Monday 30th April 2018