Campaign & L.S. Medals
Canadian Campaign Medals
WW1 Campaign Medals
South African Medals
German Medals & Items
World Orders & Medals
Canadian WW1 Badges
Canadian Militia Badges
Canadian 1920-50 Badges
Canadian Post 1953 Badges
British Victorian Badges
British Cavalry Badges
British Yeomanry Badges
British Infantry Badges
British Corps etc. Badges
British Colonial Badges
Australia & New Zealand
South African Badges
Gurkha & Indian Badges
Swords & Edged Weapons
Canadian Medals (except Gallantry Medals)
Military General Service 1793-1814, 1 clasp, Chateauguay, to Canadian Militia
Military General Service 1793-1814, 1 clasp, Chateauguay, to a Mohawk Warrior
Canadian General Service Medal 1866, MEUNIER, 4th CHASSEURS.
Canada General Service Medal 1866-70, one clasp: Fenian Raid 1870, to a Sgt / Lieutenant, 4th Chasseurs
Canada General Service Medal, clasp “Fenian Raid 1866” to a Colour Sergt., 7th Battalion, London Light Infantry
Canada General Service Medal, Fenian Raid 1966, to 21st Bn.
Canada General Service Medal 1866-70, clasp: Fenian Raid 1870, to 24th Bn
Canada General Service Medal, 1870 Clasp, to an Ensign, 1st Admin. Bn. (22)
Canada General Service Medal, 1866 Clasp, to 2nd Prov. Bn.
Canada General Service Medal 1866-70, one clasp: Fenian Raid 1870, to Quebec Prov. Bn.
Canada General Service Medal, clasp “Fenian Raid 1870” to River de Loupe Bn. (Late issue)
Canada General Service Medal, (2) Bars ; Fenian Raid 1866 & 70 to a Captain, Dunnville R. Co. / 37th (Haldimand) Bn
Egypt Medal, 1882-89, with one clasp, "The Nile 1884-85" to a Canadian Voyageur, Ottawa Contingent
North West Canada Medal 1885 to the 65th Carabiniers Mont Royal
North West Canada Medal 1885, Clasp, Saskatchewan to The Queen’s Own Rifles of Canada, with related items.
Queen's South Africa Medal, 1899-1902 to a Canadian in the South African Constabulary
Indian Tribal Assembly, Calgary 1901, Bronze Medal awarded to Head Chiefs
1914-15 Star to Ch. Sto. H.M.C.S. Niobe & Naval LSGC Medal Edward VII
WW1 KIA Pair to Canadian in No. 9 Squadron, Royal Flying Corps, formerly 20th Battalion, Canadian Infantry
WW1 Medal Pair to a Ship's Petty Officer in the R.N.C.V.R.
WW1 Medal Pair to Taylor, R.N.C.V.R.
WW1 Medal Pair to a Mate, R,N.C.V.R. Served HMCS Rainbow.
WW1 Memorial Cross to an R.C.N. Petty Officer - HMCS Niobe
WW1 Canadian Memorial Cross, Paymaster Sub-Lieutenant, R.N.C.V.R. died of disease 1919.
WW1 Trio to Pte. D. Scott, 1st Canadian Infantry / C.F.C. with file
WW1 Trio to an Officer 1st Bn., M.I.D. for Vimy Ridge, Thrice wounded & a Pilot in The Royal Naval Air Service
WW1 Trio, Memorial Cross & Death Plaque Casualty Group to P.P.C.L.I. for 1st Day of Vimy Ridge
WW1 Pair to Emery, 2nd Canadian Infantry
WW1 Trio to a Lieutenant, 2nd Bn (Eastern Ontario), ex- 55th Bn. wounded, with file
WW1 Pair to 3rd Bn (attested 83rd Bn.) GSW / Discharged underage
WW1 Pair to 3rd Bn (from Antrim, Ireland. Gassed)
WW1 Medal Pair to 3rd Bn (Toronto) Canadian Infantry (from Hamilton, ex 91st Highlanders)
WW1 KIA Medal Pair to Grant, 5th (Western Cavalry) Bn. CEF.
WW1 Trio to 5th Canadian Infantry (Western Cavalry), from Wiltshire
WW1 CEF Pair to Izard, 8th Canadian Infantry Battalion,
WW1 KIA Trio to 8th Can. Infantry - Pacey (from Bottesford, Nottingham)
WW1 Memorial Cross to 8th Bn CEF, a Military Medal Winner
WW1 Pair & Canadian Forces Decoration to Hulme, (U.S. Citizen), 13th Bn Canadian Infantry / R.C.A.C.
WWI Trio & Memorial Cross Group of (4) to 13th Bn (The Royal Highlanders of Canada)
Meritorious Service Medal to 14th Bn (Quebec) Canadian Infantry
WW1 Pair to Nairn, 14th Canadian Infantry Battalion
WW1 Casualty Medals Pair to 14th Bn (Montreal, Quebec), Parry, from Liverpool
WW1 Memorial Cross to enlisted 42nd Bn, KIA with 14th Bn (from Montreal, Quebec)
WW1 Pair to Aikman, 15th Canadian Infantry, (from Glasgow)
WW1 Medal Trio - 15th Can Inf. (48th Highlanders) Gassed at Ypres, later RNWMP.
WW1 DOW Pair to Hopkin, 18th Bn
WW1 Trio to 18th Bn (Western Ontario) CEF, wounded 1916.
WW1 Memorial Cross, to 18th Bn. / 35th Bn. Canadian Infantry
WW1 Canadian Memorial Cross engraved to 769686 Pte. R.H. Walker MM Winner, 18th Bn CEF
WW1 Memorial Plaque to 18th (Western Ontario) Bn CEF, a unique name to a Swede