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Crimea War Forgotten Heroes— The Charge of the Light Brigade

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This book really is a masterpiece and an absolute must-have for anyone interested in the Crimea or this famous action which has gone into the annals of military folklore. It is absolutely chock-full of information about the Charge and, most importantly the Chargers themselves. Of particular interest to the collector is information on full medal and clasp entitlement and even when the medals last came up for sale and how much they sold for. Chargers are listed by Regiment and alphabetically.

Like its sister publication on the Light Brigade this book really is a masterpiece and an absolute must-have for anyone interested in the Crimea or this famous action. Just like Forgotten Heroes The Light Brigade it’s absolutely full of information about the Charge and the Chargers— including photographs; date of birth and date of death; medal and clasp entitlement (even when the medals last came up for sale and how much they sold for)—and all importantly whether the man rode in the Charge or not! Chargers listed by Regiment and alphabetically along with information about the charge itself.

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NEW NEW NEW NEW NEW NEW NEW Forgotten Heroes—The Charge of the 21st Lancers at Omdurman The Charge of the 21st Lancers at Omdurman has gone down in history but establishing the identity of exactly who took part has always been a challenge. In this new book Roy Dutton follows his excellent works on those other famous Charges—those by the Heavy Brigade and the Light Brigade during the Crimean War—by providing us with both a full medal roll for Lancers who received the Queen’s and Khedive’s Sudan medals and some fascinating biographical details of the men who took part. With a plethora of photographs and a full history of the Lancers this is a book no cavalry, or Sudan, collector should be without.

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ZuluTitle War Forgotten Heroes— The Zulu & Basuto Wars

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The latest in the series from Roy Dutton, author of the Forgotten Heroes books on the Charges of the Light and Heavy Brigades at Balaklava, this excellent publication looks at the campaigns in South Africa in 1877-79. Included, of course, are the best-known of the battles of the Zulu Wars of 1879— Isandlhwana and Rorke’s Drift. Includes complete Medal Roll for the South Africa Medal 1877–79 and its clasps.

This enormous A4 456pp book by Terry Sole (with Foreword by Ian Knight) details the histories and the important roles of the Colonial and Native Units who fought alongside the British Army in the Zulu War of 1879, including the disaster at Hlobane. This fascinating work includes the muster rolls, many reproduced here for the first time—finally correcting many of the anomalies that exist in previously-published histories. A vital resource for any Zulu War Collector.

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ENTLEY PRIORY was the headquarters of Fighter Command in the summer of 1940. From here Air Chief Marshal, Sir Hugh Dowding, directed operations during the four month Battle of Britain. This handsome house, designed by Sir John Soane and set among beautiful

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Boer War Afloat & Ashore

Kimberley—Account and Medal Roll

In this one volume is told the story of the Royal Navy during the bitter South African conflict at the beginning of the last century. From blockades to siege busting, the Royal Navy and the Naval Brigade were very much a part of the Boer War. In this book the author lists the ships involved and explains their individual roles in the conflict.

The author, historian David Biggins, examines the first of the great sieges of the Boer War—that of the strategically and economically important Diamond Town of Kimberley. Included is a full medal roll of those who took part in the defence and received the “Defence of Kimberley” clasp to the Queen’s South Africa Medal.

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The story of General French and the events that led up to the Siege and eventual Relief of the strategically important diamond-rich town of Kimberley during the Boer War. This fascinating account takes a close look at one of the most important cavalry actions of the war as well as many of the other battles, including Paardeberg and Magersfontein. Lavishly illustrated with many contemporary photographs and a full colour medal section, this book is a must for any Boer War enthusiast.

In this major work David Biggins takes a detailed look at the Battle of Elandslaagte, one of the most infamous events of the Boer War. The book includes many previously unpublished photos and a complete medal roll of all the Officers and men entitled to the “Elandslaagte” clasp for the Queen’s South Africa Medal. Includes a FREE full up-date on CD-Rom

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NEW NEW NEW NEW NEW NEW NEW Talana—Account and Medal Roll The Battle of Talana Hill (or Battle of Dundee) was the first major battle of the Anglo-Boer War. In this new work David Biggins looks at the battle that gave the Boers hope and made the British realise that the South African farmers were a force to be reckoned with and that perhaps victory in this war might not be the easy task they had first envisaged. The book is both an account of the battle, and its aftermath, and a roll of those who took part—including all of those who received the “Talana” clasp for the Queen’s South Africa Medal—as well as lists of those British and Colonial forces killed, wounded or taken prisoner during the battle. It also includes a list of the Boers killed at Talana. Also featured are numerous, hitherto unpublished, photographs and personal accounts of the events before, during and after the battle—a battle that both sides considered to be a victory.

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World War I Staffordshire WWI Honours When the world was turned upside down in the summer of 1914 the regiments of the British Army were ready to answer the call to war. In August of that year thousands of troops set sail for the Continent as part of the British Expeditionary Force; the men of South Staffordshire and North Staffordshire were amongst them. In two major books Jeffery Elson looks at all the Honours and Awards earned by these leading Regiments during the war years. From the Victoria Cross through to “MIDs” these books cover all the gallantry awards made to the Staffordshire Regiments and are essential reference sources for anyone with an interest in the history of the Regiments or the county. With full citations, photographs where available and alphabetical listings in each medal category, these works are a must-have for any collector of medals to the North and South Staffords—making research infinitely easier.

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Coming soon from Token Publishing Ltd— Honour and Awards to the Staffordshire Regiments 1919-2007. Following on from his very successful volumes on the honours and awards given to the North Staffordshire and South Staffordshire Regiments in World War I, Jeffrey Elson now turns his attention to the period following that conflict up until 2007 when the Mercian Regiment came into being and there ceased to be a separate “Staffordshire” Regiment within the British Army. As with the other books in the series all gallantry awards are covered—from the Victoria Cross down to the MiD with photographs and biographical details of the recipients where known. An essential reference for anyone with even a passing interest in the Staffords!

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World War I Gallantry Awards to the Gloucester Regiment 1914-1918

What is special about this book, and its sister publication dealing with World War II, is that it doesn’t concentrate just on British and Empire medals but rather looks at the awards made See to all combatants page 16 and whilst it is of for WWII sister particular importance volume to those dealing with the Great War and immediate aftermath, the inclusion of so many “other countries” than those we are used to researching gives it a far wider appeal. Needless to say, if you collect World War I medals you have to have this book!

This work by Peter Littlewood details the history of, and the awards to, the Gloucester Regiment during World War I. The sixteen chapters each relate to an individual battalion, with a comprehensive roll of all awards won by this famous Regiment from the VC down to the MiDs. There are also a number of very useful tables and pages of statistics relating to the number of awards by rank, the Regiment’s casualties in that terrible conflict and a breakdown of Officers’ service— essential reading for anyone interested in the “Glorious Glosters”.

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Army and Navy Lists—now available on CD Rom Fully searchable pdf scans of the original Army or Navy Lists—the complete listings of all officers in the British and Empire armies or navies. Cheaper than the books, easier to get hold of and simpler to use! An essential reference to discover when “your man” was commissioned, what rank he held and with whom he served.

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Honour The Officers gives a FULL LIST of all British and Empire Officers awarded gallantry medals and decorations during World War I. All officers for all forces (Armies, Navies and Air services) are listed alphabetically by surname with details that include their Christian name(s), rank at the time of award, highest rank achieved during WWI, the Unit/Regiment/Ship etc. to which they were attached, the type of award, the theatre of war in which the award was won, the date the award was Gazetted and the page number for that London Gazette should the researcher wish to check out the citation etc. Also included are some extremely important statistical tables giving a detailed analysis and breakdown of the awards.

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World War I What Grandad Won in the War (An award winning DVD) A DVD from Token Publishing introduced by our own Phil Mussell, giving an insight into the medals, awards and decorations awarded for WWI service with the British and Empire Armies— all your questions answered in one 30 minute film—a superb combination of contemporary WWI footage and modern day knowledge!

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The Great War Medal Collector’s Companion This outstanding publication by respected author Howard Williamson is the definitive reference work for all collectors and researchers of World War I campaign and gallantry medals and much more. This large hardback 600pp publication is profusely illustrated in full colour is a limited edition of 3,500 copies, each one numbered and signed by the author.

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The definitive listing of all honours and awards to the British and Dominion Armies and Navies in World War II. These comprehensive books from Michael Maton list the names of 90,000 (60,000 army, 30,000 navy) recipients of gallantry and distinguished service awards during World War II, listing their service number, rank, honours awarded, London Gazette reference and the theatre of operations for which the award was made.

Honour The Civilians From the Orders of Chivalry down to the Mention in Despatches, this book covers all awards to the people whose dedication and commitment meant that whenever those fighting on the front line returned home they at least had a home to come back to. Listed within these pages are all the Gazetted awards to those not engaged in the fighting (for the purposes of these “Honour the ...” books Nurses, Police and Fire Brigades, as well as other home front uniformed services are considered “Civilians” as distinct from those in the armed forces) from social workers to farm workers and from researchers to politicians to drivers, at last here is a complete list of all awards made across Britain and the Empire—with full details of the recipient and a London Gazette reference including date and page number to allow for further research.

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Three outstanding books by Michael Maton detailing awards of the Mention in Despatches (MiDs) to British and Dominion forces in World War II. Detailing the Mentions in Despatches (MiDs) for anyone in the Air Forces and British or Dominion Armies (split into two volumes), these books are a musthave for any military historian or medal collector. Michael’s other books in the “Honour” series have been hailed as essential reference works by all who have seen them and Honour Those Mentioned—is destined to be extremely popular.

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The latest in this wonderful series detailing the honours and awards (in this case the Mentions in Despatches) to the British and Dominion Forces in World War II. This is the last in the “Honour Those Mentioned” series and deals with all members of the Navies—including the merchant navies— who were decorated in the 1939–45 conflict with the oakleaf that recognised the fact they had been “mentioned in despatches”.

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Title World War II Honour to the Airborne—Parts 1 and 2 We have recently taken stock of the remaining copies of Dave Buxton’s excellent “Honour to the Airborne” Volumes 1 and 2. Volume 1 looks at the honours and awards to the Airborne forces (Glider Pilots, Paras, Air Landing Brigade etc) in World War II whilst volume 2 covers awards made to members of the SAS 1939–45. The first volume—by far the bigger of the two, is hardback with dust jacket and was originally published by Liverpool Medal Company. Volume 2 was privately produced and is a smaller softcover publication—we’re currently offering them BOTH for just £12—an absolute bargain and not to be missed!

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Medals, Decorations & Orders of World War II

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An excellent reference that should appeal to all collectors. It will be of particular interest to anyone who collects more modern awards as the origin of many of today’s medals can be traced back to that global conflict. Both this and the See accompanying work pg 12 for WWI sister are well illustrated with full indices and a volume very useful glossary of medal inscriptions to aid identification.

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Those Who Dared The Special Air Service—SAS— was born in the Western Desert of North Africa in 1941 growing from a small detachment of around 60 men to a full Regiment and finally a Brigade. This volume is a detailed account of Gallantry awards to the British SAS and attached SBS units between 1941 and 1946 and is the result of countless hours of research on the part of the author. Special price: NOW ONLY £5.00 (p&p UK FREE, Europe/World surface/Airmail £2)

General titles Army Records—a guide for family historians An excellent book from Will Spencer of the National Archives (better known as the PRO to many of us), essential for anyone trying to trace an ancestor in the Army or looking to research any Army service records.

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RAF Records—A guide for family historians Another useful title from Will Spencer of the National Archives. This book is essential for anyone trying to trace an ancestor who served in the RAF or looking to research any RAF Personnel service records.

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General titles A History of the Society for the Protection of Life from Fire and its Awards

Saved from the Flames Founded in 1836 during the reign of William IV, the Society for the Protection of Life from Fire pioneered fire escape and rescue services in London and then across the country. Saved from the Flames by Roger Willoughby and John Wilson, both wellknown experts on life-saaving awards, tells the fascinating story of the Society from its earliest days, including how the initial setup descended into acrimony and financial collapse with even the Secretary ending up in debtor’s prison, to its reform in 1843 where under new management an evangelical spirit and philanthropic zeal helped the Society progress solidly through the 19th century. By 1881 it was a purely humane society distributing medals, watches, testimonials and other awards. in ths book the history of these events is discussed in critical and substantial detail, charting the fate of the Society through its Victorian heyday and the turbulent years of the 20th century up to the present day. The Society continues its important work recognising and applauding the extraordinary actions of many ordinary people. Entering blazing buildings, vehicle wrecks and other situations where fires occur to save life takes considerable courage even for those trained and equipped for the task. The Society has always sought to reward those brave men, women and children who have shown such courage. The names of many of those decorated by the Society are recorded here for the first time, together with details of the dramatic events and sometimes tragedies that formed a catalyst for their actions.

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General titles British Gallantry Awards Originally published in 1970 this hardback book remains one of the definitive works on British Gallantry medals and a perfect partner for British Battles and Medals. Its 300+ pages detail all gallantry awards (with the exception of the latest awards like the Conspicuous Gallantry Cross) found in the British and Dominion honours systems (listing them somewhat unusually in alphabetical order rather than order of precedence), giving the origin and development of the award as well as the regulations regarding its award and wear.

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Medals and Jewels of British Freemasonry This is the first ever general book on British Masonic medals. Previous books on this extensive subject have been limited in scope as they referred to specific collections and listed only medals and jewels in those collections. The aim of this book is to present a user-friendly list of British Masonic medals and jewels, which enables a collector to organise a collection to the best advantage and at the same time show which medals and jewels are available.

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Lifeboat Gallantry This is a record of valiant deeds by those who have risked their own lives to rescue others from the sea. Since the Royal National Lifeboat Institution was founded on March 4, 1824, over 2,400 medals have been awarded for gallantry. This book contains the first complete listing of all such awards, together with details of the various incidents involved.

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The Martini-Henry Notebook An excellent new book on one of history’s most famous rifles. Undoubtedly much of British military history would have been very different had it not been for the part played by the Martini-Henry and this book takes a look at why that is. A fascinating read, particularly for those with an interest in the colonial wars of the 19th century.

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Awarded For Valour The Victoria Cross: the highest standard of valour. The exploits of its winners are the stuff of legend. But why was it instituted? What factors came together during the Crimean War to create this award? Since its inception 1,356 have been awarded, but the circumstances of warfare have changed and with them the very concept of heroism has evolved. Awarded for Valour traces the evolution of this concept from its origins on the fields before Sevastopol, across the dashing campaigns of imperial expansion and defence, where the concept of heroism was a curious combination of the romantic and the pragmatic (all held in place with a stiff upper lip) and into the cauldron of the First World War, from which a very different concept of heroism arose.

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Numismatic titles—Tokens The Token Book—17th 18th & 19th Century Tokens and their Values The first new token price guide for over 25 years! • 3,500 17th century tokens listed, with Williamson / Dickinson ref. numbers, and prices for Fine condition. The best illustrated guide to Irish 17th century tokens. • 18th century tokens listed by D&H ref. numbers. All main types listed, with edge varieties, and prices for up to three grades. Much information and 450 colour photos, many more than the Schwer guide. • 19th century silver tokens listed with Dalton ref. numbers. All main types listed, 135 illustrated, prices for EF condition. • 19th century copper tokens listed with Withers ref. numbers. All main types listed. Priced for three grades. • Evasions 491 halfpennies and farthings listed by Atkins numbers, 65 illustrated, prices for fair or Fine. • Select bibliography. • Detailed index with 2,500 entries.

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Tokens & Tallies—Through the Ages

Tokens & Tallies—1850–1950

In this book the terms token and tally mainly cover those metal objects for which there is some historical or archaeological evidence that they served either as substitutes for legal money, or as a means of recording payments and services due. The accompanying texts and illustrations serve as an introduction to each category.

The designs of the small pieces of brass, copper, lead, plastic or embossed card used in the manufacture of these intriguing items of paranumismatica, with issuers ranging from public houses to chapels and co-operative establishments. With over 700 photographs this book is an invaluable source of information to both the beginner and experienced collector alike.

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Tokens & Tallies—Roman to Victorian This book is the third in Edward Fletcher’s popular Tokens & Tallies series. The text ranges far and wide to tell the stories of these items which are often found by metal detectorists and the photographs show several hundred images of leaden tokens and tallies from every age. Illustrated with over 780 outstanding photographs.

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Numismatic titles Illustrated Coin Dating Guide Now revised and reprinted the Illustrated Coin Dating guide to the Eastern world is an absolutely essential work for anyone interested in the coins of the Eastern world (obviously!) with charts, conversion tables and a host of images to help you accurately date all your coins

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The Red Book 2013 For those of you who don’t know, the RED BOOK is the official guide book (including prices) to United States Coins by R. S. Yeoman, published by Whitman. This hardback, full colour 400+ page book covers all American coins and is an absolute Godsend to anyone interested in this extensive series.

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The Tribes & Coins of Celtic Britain

The Red Book 2013—Spiral bound

The Celts left no written records and the only historical accounts we have of them derive mainly from Roman writers. This makes archaeological finds all the more important and Celtic coins, in particular, unique as sources of information. This useful book outlines the history of the coins that we know of and the people who made them.

Not only do we have the “usual” hardback Red Book 2013 in stock, but we also have this paperback spiral bound version too! The spiral binding ensures the book lies completely flat on your desk when looking up those all important prices! This spiral bound edition is still full colour, it’s still 400+ pages and still covers all American coins—it’s just got a spiral binding!

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Euro Catalogue 2013 At long last a price guide—in English—of the European single currency a decade after it was first introduced! The book catalogues all the commemorative issues as well as the circulating currency used in the Eurozone. Due out in December 2012.

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Krause Standard Catalogs ®

The reference books used by collectors and dealers throughout the world

WORLD COIN CATALOG® PRICES: 1601–1700...................................... £40.00 1701–1800...................................... £57.99 1801–1900...................................... £58.99 1901–2000...................................... £47.99 2001–Date...................................... £34.99 Unusual World Coins................... £34.99

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To world coin collectors the Krause series certainly needs no introduction. The Standard Catalog® of World Coins is now divided into five comprehensive volumes covering the 17th, 18th, 19th, 20th and 21st centuries, along with a companion volume detailing the ‘unusual world coins’ that are becoming popular amongst collectors. The Krause series is unique inasmuch that in these volumes just about every conceivable coin ever minted worldwide since 1601 has been catalogued and valued (in US$). These huge books are essential references for any coin collector. Order your copies today and take advantage of our great postage rates if you order one volume or more.

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MB Coin Cases—for MB coin boxes CARGO MB Aluminium case (empty)

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Aluminium coin case for 5 MB coin boxes or 3 LX coin boxes Aluminium coin case for 10 MB coin boxes or 6 LX coin boxes to hold 10 MBS trays

MB Coin Boxes

The CARGO MB aluminium cases

MB—Each box (236x303x20mm) consists of a

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sliding red flock-lined tray in a clear perspex box which can be stacked and, if required, housed in one of the superb carrying cases listed above. With round compartments from 16.5 up to 41mm diameter With square compartments from 12 to 99 spaces Available in grey or smoke-coloured (state size and colour required—see chart on page 29).

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Title Easy-guide to coin sizes and accessories (Tray sizes)

Coin Size

Capsule size required

Round spaces Round spaces Square space coin capsules for coins for coins

Half Penny

17.10mm

18

63

99

99

Penny

20.30mm

21.5

48

88

80

Two Pence

25.90mm

26

35

54

48

Old Five Pence

23.60mm

24

42

54

80

New Five Pence

18.00mm

18

63

99

99

Ten Pence

28.50mm

29

35

42

48

Twenty Pence

21.40mm

22

48

88

80

Twenty Five Pence

38.61mm

39

20

30

20

Fifty Pence

28.00mm

28

35

48

48

One Pound

22.50mm

22.5

48

80

80

Two Pound

28.40mm

29

35

42

48

Five Pound

38.61mm

39

20

30

24

Number of spaces in tray

Decimal

Pre Decimal Crown

38.61mm

39

20

30

24

Half Sovereign

19.30mm

19.5

63

99

80

Sovereign

22.05mm

22.5

48

80

80

Farthing 1860 - 1956

20.19mm

21

48

80

80

Farthing 1821 - 1860

22.00mm

22

48

80

80

Farthing 1799

23.50mm

23.5

48

80

80

Farthing 1806/7

21.50mm

21.5

48

88

80

Half Penny

25.48mm

26

35

54

48

Half Penny 1799

30.50mm

31

30

35

35

Half Penny 1806/7

29.00mm

29

35

42

48

Half Penny 1825 - 1860

28.00mm

28

35

48

48

Penny 1825 - 1860

34.00mm

34

20

30

35

Penny 1806 - 1807

35.00mm

36

20

30

35

Penny 1860 - 1967

30.86mm

31

30

35

35

Silver Threepence up to 1817 after 1817 Brass Threepence

17.00mm 16.00mm 21.00mm

18 18 22

63 63 48

99 99 88

99 99 80

Groat

16.00mm

18

63

99

99

Sixpence

19.41mm

19.5

63

99

80

Shilling

23.60mm

24

42

54

80

Florin

28.50mm

29

35

42

48

30

35

30

24

Half Crown

32.31mm

32.5

30

Double Florin

36.00mm

36

20

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Medal accessories Medal Album Classic medal 3-ring binder

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certificates etc

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Sold in packs of 100

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MG8

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MG4

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MG8

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£18.50

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£24.75

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SALE SALE SALE SALE SALE Heroes of the Albert Medal

Daring deeds of the Albert Medal recipients— the serving men and women who performed acts of extreme courage in the course of their daily lives, who did not survive to exchange their medals for the George Cross by acknowledged expert Allan Stanistreet. NOW HALF PRICE—ONLY £9.95 (+£2 p&p UK/ Europe/World surface, Airmail £4)

Success of a General General French and the Siege and eventual Relief of the diamond-rich town of Kimberley during the Boer War. This fascinating account takes a look at one of the most important cavalry actions of the war as well as other battles, including Paardeberg and Magersfontein. Lavishly illustrated, many contemporary photographs and a full colour medal section. Special price £9.95 (Free p&p UK/Europe/ World surface, Airmail £2.00)

Token Book of Militarisms A compendium of abbreviations, synonyms, acronyms and slang words used by the armed forces. Comic and sometimes rude, the book gives the full meanings of many abbreviations and language used in military life. Illustrated with comic cartoons by renowned artist Gordon Stowell. NOW HALF PRICE—ONLY £3.00 (FREE p&p UK/Europe/World surface/Airmail £2)

Wearing your Medals in Civilian Clothes This small but essential work is the perfect publication for collectors, tailors and anyone who still currently wears medals, is mounting medal groups or who is seeking more up to date information on the order of wear. Special price: NOW ONLY £4.00 (p&p UK FREE,

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By Grace of the Lord of the Realm

The Delhi Durbar Medal was awarded to all those who attended or contributed to the Durbar of 1903. 140 medals were awarded in gold with a further 2,567 struck in silver and awarded to men of the British Army, Indian state and £7.50 Police Forces, civil servants and OFF! “notable” civilians. For the first time all recipients are listed in one indispensible volume. Special reduced price: £5.00 (p&p UK FREE, Europe/World surface/Airmail £2)

Those Who Dared The Special Air Service— SAS—was born in the Western Desert of North Africa in 1941 growing from a small detachment of around 60 men to a full Regiment and finally a Brigade. This volume is a detailed account of Gallantry awards to the British SAS and attached SBS units between 1941 and 1946 and is the result of countless hours of research on the part of the author. Special price: NOW ONLY £5.00 (FREE p&p UK/ Europe/World surface/Airmail £2)

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Soldiering on St Kilda One man’s story of National Service on this beautiful but incredibly remote island; one of only three World Heritage Sites in Great Britain. This book is an absolute must for anyone interested in National Service, British Military History or indeed the remote island of St Kilda itself, d ce Redu an island that has at one time or 0! £2 by another had all three services based there and was the subject of U-boat attacks during World War I. Special reduced price, NOW ONLY £9.95 (FREE p&p UK/Europe/World surface, Airmail £5)


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