Original Full Size Khedive's Star dated 1882 - Egyptian War
With correct 37mm (replacement) ribbon and original suspension clasp. Bronze has a light patina from wear or polishing, but detail still sharp. Some minor edge bruising to a few star tips visible from the reverse only.
Made by Jenkins of Birmingham, issued unnamed and conferred by Khedive Tewfik of Egypt on those British soldiers and sailors who qualified for the Egypt Medal. read more
Attractive Silver Hallmarked Regimental Boxing Medallion / Watch Fob - Attributed to 5th ( Territorial ) Northumberland Fusilier
An attractive hallmarked silver boxing medallion / watch fob, neatly engraged to reverse "5th Bn, N.F., Welters, Runner-up, 17.4.31"
A little bit of sleuthing in the St George's Gazette confirms that this was most probably awarded to Fusilier Bingham of B Company. Medallion is 28mm in diameter, in good condition with some minor wear and light marks. Comes with a page of resear... read more
Northumberland Fusiliers Sports Medallion in Case of Issue
Silver medallion (unmarked) with link for suspension in original fitted case with maker’s details: “F. Phillips, Medallist, Aldershot”.
Obverse: St George and the Dragon under a scroll banner with the motto “Quo Fata Vocant”
Reverse: Centre engraved “Winner Fus. Smith 130-140lbs”. With Fifth Fusiliers above and laurel wreath around.
Medal in excelle... read more
WW1 era Northumberland Territorial and Auxiliary Forces Association Shooting Prize Bronze and Enamel Medallion medallion
Arms of the County Northumberland with the stripes on the flags and shield picked out in red enamel. Unnamed. Some minor age marks but otherwise in good condition. Circa 38mm in diameter. Circa 1908 to 1921.
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Early Scottish Masonic Jewel, St Andrew, mid 19th Century
An attractive and early Scots Masons Jewel in the form of a bronze-gilt oval starburst, circa 42mm by 38mm (excluding the large ring), bearing the figure of St Andrew on this cross, the cross arms with a green wash (some lost), original ring suspension. An early item of some quality. read more
WW1 Allied Victory Medal ( VM ) 24148 Cpl Walton Murphy, Northumberland Fusiliers, entitled to SWB but Commissioned post war!
Correctly impressed, original length of ribbon, but medal in overall very poor condition.
An unusual story lies behind this humble medal. Walton Murphy is confirmed on the Silver War Badge ( SWB ) roll as being entitled to a SWB under para 392 (xvi) ('no longer physically fit for war service') and his date of discharge is given as 3rd February 1919. The number of his badge was... read more
WW1 Allied Victory Medal ( VM ) 5772 Pte William Morris, Northumberland Fusiliers, also entitled to SWB
Correctly impressed, with replacement ribbon, GVF condition. Copy of MIC medal card and SWB roll entry will be supplied. Entitled to 1914-15 Trio and Silver War Badge numbered B153932, discharged in February 1919 surplus to military requirements (having suffered impairment since entry into the service (para xvia)).
Entered France 9 September 1915, which narrows his service do... read more
WW1 era Board of Trade Merchant Navy Seaman's Continuous Certificate of Discharge - Albert George Barton - White Star Line
Blue linen covered book with gilt Board of Trade badge. Internal cover named to "Barton A G". Served as a steward on board SS Megantic from 10/6/1913 - 21/4/1915 sailing to New York and Montreal from Liverpool.
Awarded the British War medal and Merchantile Marine and applied for his medals in 1920. A copy of his MIC medal card will be provided with the book. Albert George Barto... read more
WW1 British War Medal to Mercantile Marine - Henry Stacey
BWM correctly impressed to " Henry Stacey " , naming format as found to members of the Merchant Navy for six months plus service at sea during WW1. Only one person with this name listed in the records ( BT 351/1/133369 ). Henry's place of birth is given as Maryport in the year 1872. Medal has a short length of original ribbon stapled to it, and is in GVF condition. Some light staining to re... read more
WW1 British War Medal to Mercantile Marine - James E. Clough
BWM correctly impressed to " James E. Clough " , naming format as found to members of the Merchant Navy for six months plus service at sea during WW1
Only one person with this name listed in the records ( BT 351/1/25822 ), a James Ernest Clough. James's place of birth is given as Seaton Delaval in the year 1887. Medal has a short length of original ribbon stapled to it, and is ... read more