WW1 Medal Pairs & Groups

BWM & Victory Medal Pairs to British Recipients

 

  1. 49557 Pte. A.G. Evans Welsh R. - GVF - minor e.k's. on BWM $80
  2. 1997 Pte. R. Cheshire. Welsh R. - GVF, e.k. on Victory, $80
  3. 4-3731. Pte. J. Rodgers. North’d Fus. James Rodgers b. 1884 from Cowers Lane, Shottle nr. Derby. Served 1/4th. 20th and 23rd Battalions ( Scottish), Wounded by GSW to head, Discharged 5/11/18 edge bruise to BWM, NEF court mounted, MIC conf. only awards. $135
  4. 1098 Pte. J. Reid R. Scots Fine, long ribbons, $80
  5. 33916 W.O. Cl 2 J.H. Walker North'n R., GVF $125
  6. 3125 Pte J.R. Tempest A. Cyc. Corps, Army Cyclist Corps, MIC shows also served in:- Yorkshire Regiment, Royal Engineers, East Lancashire Regiment, (missing 14/15 Star), GVF, $150
  7. 14764 Pte A. Horsley Hamps R. GVF - $80
  8. 4129 Pte. H. R. Hughes. Bord. R. - with copy MIC, only awards, Hugh Hughes also served in Army Veterinary Corps. EF, newer ribbons. - $80
  9. 282028 Pte. F. S. Stroud 13‑ Hussars - Private Frank Stroud enlisted for the on the 20th of September 1915 was discharged from the South Notts Hussars, having previously served in the 13th Hussars, on the 26th of June 1919 being ‑ No
    Longer Physically Fit For War Service ‑ he received Silver War Badge No. B286684. Sold with copy SWB Roll and copy Medal Rolls confirming both Regiments. GVF. toned, a few edge knicks on BWM. $140
  10. Mid. W. H. S. Yeomans. R.N.R. - William Henry Stuart Yeomans was commissioned as Midshipman into the Royal Naval Reserve on 24 April 1917 and served during the Great War in the Armed Merchant Cruiser H.M.S. Partia when she was sunk on 13 June 1918 by UC-49, after being torpedoed in the Bristol Channel, with the loss of 16 lives. Ancestry shows born 18th July 1900 at Plymouth and died Apr 1972 Weston-super-Mare, Somerset, England, Bap. Sully, Glamorgan, father was a Master mariner. - NEF $160
  11. Payr. S. Lt. J. Bell. R.N.R. – EF - $140
  12. T.Z. 12038 J. E. Thornton. Ord. R.N.V.R. - James Edward Thornton, a Grocery Branch Manager from Halifax, Yorkshire, was born on 17 December 1899. He attested into the Royal Naval Volunteer Reserve on 21 June 1917 for service during the Great War and served in H.M.S. Queen and H.M.S. Caesar. He was shore demobilized on 14 July 1919. Sold with named hallmarked silver Royal Antediluvian Order of Buffaloes medal engraved to him and with clasp for Sun Lodge. EF. - $100
  13. G-18346 Pte. F. Roberts. E. Kent R. - Lieutenant F. Roberts, East Kent Regiment - Frank Roberts attested for the East Kent Regiment and served with the 2nd Battalion during the Great War on the Western Front. He was subsequently commissioned Second Lieutenant, but presumably given the rank on his pair did not serve overseas as an Officer. MIC shows that he received a Silver War Badge and that the medals were sent to 32 Arcadia Road, Glebe Point, Sydney, N.S.W., Australia.– VF $100
  14. 473090 Pte. S. Broadbridge 9-Lond. R. - MIC shows Seymons Broadridge also served 5th Londons under serial # 315049. - GVF - $82
  15. P-1263 A. Cpl. W. S. Baldray. M.F.P. - VF $85
  16. 2. Lieut. F. R. Farquharson. E-copy of MIC which shows that he attained the rank of Lieutenant and that he applied for his medals, address c/o Messrs. Kodak Co., Glasgow, Good very fine. $120
  17. 80322 Pte. E. Montague. R.A.M.C. - Died of wounds on Western Front, 24th March 1918 serving with 57th Field Ambulance NEF, Poly ribbons - $140
  18. SE-4520 A. Cpl. J. Rawson. A.V.C. - James Rawson served in the Balkan Theatre from October 1915 and is further entitled to the 1914-15 Star. - VF $90
  19. 21301 PTE. W. THOMPSON. 6-DNS. (Inniskilling Dragoons) - VF on new ribbons $150
  20. 34946 Pte. R. Edwards. C. of Lond. Yeo. (County of London Yeomanry) – with copy MIC showing Robert Edwards was awarded a pair only. – GVF on silk ribbons. - $150
  21. S-33576 Pte. C.A. Flood, Rif. Brig, mounted for wearing, with named London County Council attendance medals (4) 1908-12, registration card and post card informing Pte Flood of his awards. - EF, $140

 

BWM & Victory Medal Pairs to Canadian Recipients

 

  1. 106202 PTE. C.DOUGLAS, 1 - C.M.R. b. Griswold, KIA 25/6/1916 Ypres. EF $260
  2. 106167 PTE. J. CRAWLEY, 1 - C.M.R. Jack Crawley was born in Winnipeg in 1893 and his parent's address was Edmonton Street. He was a machinist and attested at Brandon, Manitoba on the 1st December 1914 for the 1st Canadian Mounted Rifles. He was reported Dead on th 5th June 1916 probably as a result of the disastrous attack by the Germans during The Battle of Mount Sorrel who penetrated the line and killed the Colonel (Lt. Col. A.C. Shaw) and 80 other ranks. Out of 21 Officers and 671 O.R.'s that entered the line on this tour, only 1 Officer and 135 men returned to billets. Some staining to the Victory Medal. Original ribbons. GVF $260
  3. 216487 PTE. J. FOSTER. 1- C.M.R.; James Foster was born in November 1880 in Newbury England; he joined on 12th February 1916, having seen previous service in 100th Winnipeg Grenadiers and seven months with Lord Robert’s Chargers as an Officer’s servant in England. About VF, soiled ribbons. $150 
  4. 3107410 PTE. G. J. YOUNG. 4-CAN. INF., Gordon Joseph Young was born on 30th November 1891 in Allanford, Ontario and was drafted into the CEF on 16th February 1918. Occupation given as a “Druggist” living at Sioux Lookout. Swing mounted on pin bar; EF Condition. $150 
  5. 190059 PTE J.L. EMERY. 2 CAN INF. EF $150
  6. 800082 Pte. E. Major, 3 - Can. Inf.  - With service file, B. Antrim, Ireland, July 25th, 1890. Att. Feb. 5th, 1916, Toronto. Occ. Salesman. Attached to Tramway Co. Engineers, wounded May 29th, 1918. (Gassed). - VF Condition - $160
  7. 115501 PTE. F.A. IZARD. 8 - CAN. INF. Fred Alfred Izard was born in London England in 1886, records indicate 3 Years previous military service in The Yeomanry at time of enlistment in Regina on 25 May 1915. With copy of Attestation papers. GVF Condition. $140 
  8. 766307 A.W.O. CL.2. J.E. WALSH. 20-CAN.INF. - EF. $150 - John Eugene Walsh was born on 3rd July 1883 in London, England and he joined the CEF on 1st December 1915, having previously seen service of 15 months in 10th Grenadiers. With Copy of Service Record. Cook in Civilian Occupation.
  9. 126557 Pte. J. McElrea, 1st Can. Inf. - Attested Toronto Sept 17th, 1915, Occupation - Farmer. Rec'd severe GSW Left Forearm whilst serving with 7th Bn. on 14th June 1916. E.F. - $150
  10. 746034 Pte. F. Kane, 2 Can. Inf. - From Fermanagh, Ireland, Labourer, Attested 14/1/16 at Oshawa in 116th Battalion. Hospitalized for Shell-shock (8) weeks in France and (3) weeks with Influenza in 1918, Medically discharged. GVF $160
  11. 859253 Cpl. W.H. Wellman, C.M.G. Bde.. Member of 79th Cameron Highlanders Militia, prior service of 6 years in R.E. Territorials, in London, England. occ. Farmer, resided  Regina, SK. NEF, Dark toned, $130
  12. 775008 L. Cpl. A. W. Barber, 38-Can. Inf. Arthur Wellington Barber was born in Toronto, Occupation Clerk, Attested Dec. 1915 into the 126th Bn CEF. Digitized file is available on-line. EF Dark toned BWM $150
  13. 2529428 Pte. G. B. Stuart, 102-Can. Inf., Gordon Benjamin Stuart was born in Brampton, Ontario and working as a Lathe-Hand in Hamilton when he joined the Canadian Mounted Rifles in September 1917. GVF $150
  14. 678504 Pte. A. Aikman. 15 - Can. Inf. Archibald Aikman was a Mechanic, from Glasgow, Scotland, he attested with the 169th Bn on 20/3/1916 in Toronto, he was married to a Catherine. Medals are GVF. $150
  15. 153093 Cpl. R. Webster, 43rd Can. Inf. From Edinburgh, attested June 1915, Member of 79th Cameron Highlanders Militia,  NEF $140
  16. 1009565 PTE. M.W. CLARKE. 46-CAN.INF. -  Manford Wesley Clarke was born on 22nd December 1897 in Amherst, Nova Scotia he joined the CEF on 1st February 1916. He was Killed in Action on 26th August 1918. EF - $300
  17. 823405 PTE. D. CONNOR. 18-CAN.INF. Denis Connor was born on 16th December 1896 in London, Ontario, he joined the CEF on 20th December 1915. GVF - $140
  18. 472295 Pte H.B. (Herbert Bruce) Kennedy 46 Can. Inf.   KIA 03 Sep 18. EF Toned BWM. - $280
  19. 730687 PTE. W. GREEN. 52-CAN.INF. William Green was born on 6th September, 1882 in Aylesbury, England and he joined the CEF on 25th March 1916. Occupation "Crane Driver". - EF - $140
  20. 136161 PTE. P.J. WALSH.  2-C.M.R. - Patrick Joseph Walsh was born on 9th March 1884 in Toronto, Ontario and he joined the CEF on 19th July 1915. - VF or better, $140
  21.  850042 PTE. W. DEY. 3-CAN.INF. William Dey was born on 28th March 1894 in Aberchirder, Scotland and he joined the CEF on 19th February 1916. Occupation - Grocer. He died of wounds on 30th August 1918. EF - $280
  22. 799981 A. SJT. B. Faichney. C.M.G. BDE. - Benjamin Faichney saw from Stirlingshire, Scotland and had prior service of 8 years with the 5th Scottish Rifles and 2 years with the 48th Militia. Received GSW to both legs. He attested in January 1916. - NEF $135
  23. Lt. A.D. McLardy. - Archibald Douglas McLardy was from Hamilton, Ontario. b. 26/10/1893, was a Chief Clerk on the Railways and attested into the 2nd Pioneer Bn. He died 16/12.1934 at Essex, Ontario. Toned, GVF. no ribbons - $250
  24. 782156 A. CPL. J.H. SPENCE. 5-CAN.INF. (Western Cavalry) John Henry Spence was born on 28th March 1885 in Liverpool, England and joined the CEF on 25th February 1916 at Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan, address given as Hodgeville, SK. His NOK is listed as being in Dr0gheda, Ireland. GVF $150
  25. 348591 A.S. SJT. V. D. SPAULL C.F.A. - Swing mounted on pin - bar, Service at the Front Pin reverse numbered 251371. - Vaughan Douglas Spaull was born on 20th September 1893 in London, England and joined the CEF on 19th November 1915. - Near EF. $140
  26. 859802 PTE. G.V. BOAL. 43-CAN.INF. Glen Victor Boal was born on 31st October 1887 in Kincardine, Ontario. He joined the CEF on 17th March 1916 having seen previous service in 79th C.H. of C. He became missing in action on 28th August 1918. - EF $260
  27. 800135 PTE. G. KEIR. 19-CAN. INF. Gabriel Keir was born on 19th August 1882 in Renfrew, Scotland and joined the CEF on 14th February 1916. He was a Stonemason by trade residing in Toronto. VF $140
  28. Lieut. J.C. Hyde - James Clark Hyde was an Electrical Engineer from Westmount, Quebec who attested on 30th January, 1916 having one years prior service in the 21st Battery, C.F.A. He served overseas I the 33rd and 51st Batteries, C.F.A. as well as a spell in the 2nd Canadian Divisional Ammunition Column.  Ontario. EF/Mint, repl. ribbons $250
  29. 114300 Pte. H.E. Cox, 1 C.M.R. - Harold Ernest Cox was born in Leytonstone, Essex, England and attested at Lloydminster, Saskatchewan on March 11th, 1915 giving his occupation as a Farmer. He was a member of the 22nd Saskatchewan Light Horse. Appart from having his appendix out, he was not wounded. Service file is digitized and now on-line. GVF $150
  30. 871951 Pte. J. Young, C.F.C.  James Young b. Dundee, Scotland 15/10/1891 occ. Teamster. enl. Winnipeg 10 May 1916 aged 45, speckling on Victory, War Medal toned black. GVF $100
  31. 240 DRV. W. THOMSON.  C.F.A.  William Thomson was born on 18th May 1893 in Glasgow, Scotland. He joined the CEF on 26th February 1915 having seen previous six years service with 44th Glasgow Coy. B.B. - GVF - $120
  32. 409070 A.SJT.   J.H. POTTS. 18-CAN. INF.  John Hubert Potts was born on 9th March 1893 in Winnipeg, Manitoba, he joined the CEF on 11th June 1915. Dark toned BWM, GVF $140
  33. 1096324 Pte. I.E. Watts. 3-Can. Inf. $140. Issac Ernest Watts was a metal Polisher from Toronto, a pre-war member of the  9th Mississauga Horse Militia unit. GVF - $140
  34. 757071 A. Cpl. J. Garnish, 3-Can. Inf. - From Barnstaple, Devon, England and a Blacksmith by occupation. NEF $150
  35. 488792 CPL. T. KERR. 43-CAN.INF. Thomas Kerr was born on 9th October 1889 in Galashiels, Scotland. He joined the C.E.F. on 30th November 1915 having seen previous service in 63rd Regt. He was awarded a D.C.M. for the attack on Upton Wood on 30th August 1918, “When his platoon became disorganized due to thick fog, he reorganized his men and led them round the flank of Dodo Wood and on to the final objective. On two occasions his platoon was delayed by parties of the enemy in shell holes. He went forward under fire and accounted for the enemy”. EF. Original silk ribbons. $320
  36. 463285 A. SJT. E.A. GILLETT 48-CAN.INF. Edwin Arthur Gillett was born on 29th May 1886 in Rotherham, South Yorkshire, England, he joined the CEF on 30th July 1915 at Vernon, B.C. His stated occupation was “Bookeeper”. He enlisted in the 48th Battalion, Served in 3rd Pioneers, received various punishments including 7 days of Field Punishment No. 1 and on 3.2.17 became attached to 15th Canadian Machine Gun Co. - EF - $160, with original silk ribbons, like new.
  37. 410419 L. CPL. L.G. TOMKINSON. 38- CAN. INF. Leonard George Tomkinson was born on 22nd August 1885 in London, England. He joined the CEF in April 1915 having seen previous service in 1st Queen’s (West Surrey) Regiment (Cadets). His occupation was stated to be “Commercial Traveller”. a few scratches on Obv. of BWM, otherwise GVF $140
  38. 141874 PTE C.J. Catton 24-CAN:INF: From Leicester, England. Attested at Niagara, On. in th 76th Battalion on 24th May 1915,  listing his occupation as a Farmer. Address, Huntsville. Wounded on 18th September 1916 at Courcelett by a H.E. Shell fragment severley shattering his right arm resulting in subsequent amputation. He happily still was married in Canada however on 23rd October 1918. VF, $160
  39. 171204 PTE. W.C. SPAFFORD. 2-CAN. INF. Walter Clayton Spafford was born 3rd Oct 1876 at Athol Prince Edward, Ontario having had 2 years prior service with the 10th Royal Grenadiers and 2 years in the 16th Battalion. VF. Court Mounted, some spots on Victory. $140 
  40. 690188 Pte. J. P. Taylor, 3-Can. Inf. James Prunty Taylor was born in South River, Ontario on 14th March 1894. A Butcher by occupation, living at 14 Rowanwood Avenue, Hamilton, Ontario, he attested for the 173rd Battalion Highlanders on 3 February 1916, having previously served 1 year in the 91st Cameron Highlanders Militia Regiment. He served on the Western Front in the 3rd Battalion CEF. VF, contact marks on BWM, slack suspension. $150
  41. 919953 Pte. E. Parry. 24-Can. Inf. - Edward Parry was born on 17 Dec 1896 at Liverpool, England and was a Farm Labourer by occupation when he attested on 13 Sep 1916 in the 199th Canadian Irish Battalion, transferred ti the 24th Bn. he served in France with them and the 2nd Bn CMGC. He died at Lethbridge, Alberta on 5 Jan 1973. - EF with new ribbons, $150.
  42. G-18346 Pte. F. Roberts. E. Kent R. - Lieutenant F. Roberts, East Kent Regiment - Frank Roberts attested for the East Kent Regiment and served with the 2nd Battalion during the Great War on the Western Front. He was subsequently commissioned Second Lieutenant, but presumably given the rank on his pair did not serve overseas as an Officer. MIC shows that he received a Silver War Badge and that the medals were sent to 32 Arcadia Road, Glebe Point, Sydney, N.S.W., Australia. – GVF $100
  43. LIEUT. C.H. STALKER - with matching Miniature Medal Pair, both swing mounted on pin bars, plus his ribbon bar. - Colin Holmes Stalker was born on 1st October 1894 in Toronto, Ontario. He joined the 234th Battalion CEF as an officer on 17th April 1916, having seen previous service with G.G.B.G and was in C.O.T.C. for a year and six months. VF (Minis are EF) - $270
  44. 739867 Pte. A. Smith. 19-Can. Inf. Albert Smith was born on 5th November 1891 at Oxford, England. He was a Coach Painter by trade when he attested in May 1916 at Dunnvile, Ontario. On 12th March 1918 he received a GSW to his leg and face at Stad-Antwerpen and was evacuated to England. He died on 24th Sept 1923 and it was attributed to service, his mother and widow were both awarded Memorial crosses. - GVF - $170.
  45. 86308 Cpl. W. W. Nobes. C.F.A. Walter William Nobes was born at Woodhay, Hampshire, UK in 1884 and was an Electrician by trade when he attested in 1915 at Winnipeg, stating that he had 3 years prior service with the 8th Battery, C.F.A. He served in 2nd D.A.C. and also 5th Brigade, C.F.A. - Good very fine. $110
  46. 1251925 Gnr. F. Cunningham. C.F.A. Frederick Cunningham was born on 1st July 1886 at Belfast, Antrim, Ireland and attested on 16th May 1917 giving his occupation as an Engineer. He had a very “spotty” disciplinary record, and received 28 days detention for stealing 20 pounds of sugar in August 1919. He had previous infractions including self inflicted injuries caused by pouring gasoline on a fire causing his clothes to catch fire. With a postcard photo believed to be Cunningham (looks like hand scars visible). Very fine, on original faded ribbons. $130
  47. 1250378 Gnr. S. G. Greaves. C.F.A. Sidney George Greaves was born in 1897 in Burwardsley, Cheshire, UK. He attested at Winnipeg in the 184th Battalion giving his occupation as a Printer. He served with the 2nd Trench Mortar Battery in 1918. He married Olga Mable Horick (or Bauch) on 14 Dec 1922 and subsequently died on 11th June 1972 at Deer Lodge Hospital, Winnipeg. - Very Fine.(came in with a 184th Collar and a Gilt Canada Maple Leaf sweetheart pin which would be additional) - $110
  48. 48663302445 Gnr. T. Shields. C.F.A. Thomas Shields was born on 1st July, 1888 at Glasgow, Scotland. He was a “Brass Moulder“ by trade and attested on 17th Sept. 1915 at Toronto stating that he had prior service with the 3rd Lowland R.F.A. In France he served with the 30th Battery, 8th Brigade C.F.A. Very Fine $110
  49. 1 Pte. C. Harris, 13th Can. Inf, Cecil Harris was born on 16th July 1896 at Webbwood, Ontario and was a Hotelman by occupation when he attested on 6th October 1915 at Niagara. He was KIA on April 19th, 1916 at Ypres (The Bluff|). Commemorated on the Ypres Memorial (Menin Gate). EF Condition $280
  50. 28511 Pte. J. Marshall. 19 Can. Inf. - John Marshall was born at Whitchurch, Ontario on 17th October 1884 and was a Painter by occupation when he attested on 11th April 1916 at Nemarket, Ontario in the 220th Battalion. Later transferred to the 19th Battalion, he served with them in France from late 1917 until the end of the war. GVF, long original ribbons. - $140
  51. 322865 PTE. G.T. BROWN. C.F.A. - George Thomas Brown was b. 1st Nov. 1879 in Scarborough, Yorkshire, England. He married Ada Jane Greenfield in 1903. He was a Bill Poster residing in Toronto when he attested on 1st Feb. 1916. He was transferred to the 1st D.A.C. on the day he was killed as part of the 1st Brigade, C.F.A. in the vicinity of Neuville - St. Vaast. He was laid to rest at Villers Station Military Cemetery. There supposedly is a photo of him online, he appears on ancestry also. NEF cond'n on new ribbons, $200
  52. 193466 Pte. A. Mann. 15-Can. Inf. – Albert Mann was born 29 Aug 1894 at Nottingham, England and was a Machinist by occupation. He attested at Toronto on 14th March 1916 and was a pre-war Militia member of the 53rd Regt. He initially was in the 92nd Battalion and proceeded to France with the 15th Battalion. He received 14 days FP. No.1 for being in town without a pass in June 1918. Good very fine on original ribbons. $150
  53. 603177 A. L. Cpl. E. O. U. Lundy. C.M.G. Bde. – Ephraim Octavus Urban Lundy was born 13th Jan 1880 at Forrest, Ontario and was a Machinist by trade when he attested on 21st September 1915. He was a pre-war member of the 29th Militia Regiment. EF/Mint on new poly ribbons. $140
  54. 234811 Pte. R. G. Clark. 52-Can. Inf. Reginald George Clark was born on 22 Nov. 1895 at Meath Park, Saskatchewan. He attested at Prince Albert, Saskatchewan on 21st April 1916. He was attached to the 182nd Tunnelling Company on 8th Sept. 1917. On 2nd Nov. 1917 he received GSW to his thighs. He was last seen at the "Jumping-off Trench" in front of Bois de Vert Wood. He later was reported wounded and Missing in Action on 27th Aug. 1918 and was presumed Killed in Action on or after 27 August 1918. EF. $260
  55. 2378862 Pte. W. Rae. 52-Can.Inf. William Rae was born on 22nd Feb. 1892 at Hamilton, Lanarkshire, Scotland and was a Carpenter by trade when he was drafted on 10th Oct. 1917 at Winnipeg into the 52nd Battalion before being transferred to the 27th in 1918. Very fine. $140
  56. 77536 Pte. D. H. Maxwell. 15-Can. Inf. - David Henry Maxwell was born on 16 March 1894 at Meaford, Ontario. He was a Bookeeper serving in D Coy, 102nd Rocky Mountain Rangers when he attested on 9th November 1914. Also was awarded a 14/15 Star. On the 1930 census he shows as living in Revelstoke, B.C. and employed as a telegrapher on the Railways. Medals are GVF with very short ribbon on the Victory medal. $150
  57. 3602 Dvr. E. W. Munro. C.A.S.C. Ernest William Munro was born in 1882 at Bristol, Gloucestershire and was a Painter by occupation, he attested at Shorncliffe, Kent on 29th May 1916. - GVF - $120
  58. 23125 PTE. E. DOUVILLE. 75-CAN.INF. - GVF e.k. on BWM and original ribbons reversed, Emile was born at Black Lake, QC Feb 1888, Occ. Labourer. Attested September 1914 looks like into 12th Battalion, also served on nominal roll of Cdn. Ordnance Corps and then 75th Battn. $140
  59. 3032107 PTE. J.H. MANCHIP 3-CAN.INF - John Henry Manchip was born 22 June 1886 at Bridgewater, Somerset, resided in Toronto when called up under the MSA on 30th Oct. 1917. Son of William Manchip and Ellen Manchip (nee Millear); younger brother of William Manchip (Service No. 678362) and older brother of Albert George Manchip (Service No. 681419); husband of Gladys Manchip (nee Jennings) married February 26, 1921. Photo of him in later life in what appears to be a Conductor's uniform, he died in 1971. - GVF on new ribbons - $140
  60. 526743 PTE. T. ALLAN. C.A.M.C. - Thomas Allan was born on 29 Sept 1880 at Dundee, Scotland and was a Bag-Cutter by Occupation when he attested at Montreal, Quebec in May 1916. He resided at Verdun, Quebec and was married with 4 kids. Served at 4th Casualty Clearing Station. Good very fine on new polyester ribbons. - $120
  61. Acting Sergeant John Howard Burness - British War and Victory Medals, 1914-1919 1030364 A. Sjt. J. H. Burness 42-Can. Inf. - Acting Sergeant John Howard Burness was born on 24 November 1881 at Buckhurst Hill, Essex, England, and enlisted for WWI service at Toronto on 1 December 1916. He suffered a gunshot wound to the right hip on 6 October 1918. – GVF $160
  62. 441472 Pte. R. E. Williams. 42-Can. Inf. - 42nd Royal Highlanders of Canada) Battalion, - Private Robert Elmer Williams was born on 7 November 1896 at Bellrock, Ontario, and having worked as a farmer, enlisted for Great War service on 20 September 1915 at Winnipeg, Manitoba. Original but faded ribbons, NEF - $150
  63. 145177 Pte. S. J. Sullivan. 73-Can. Inf. - Private Sidney John Sullivan was born on 21 October 1895 in London, England, and having emigrated to Canada, working as a Cheesemaker in Richmond, Ontario, he enlisted for WWI service on 21 September 1915 at Ottawa. He was killed in action on 4 February 1917 during a trench raid near ‘Arras Alley’. - Attempt to grind out service number on BWM, with test cuts on rim, otherwise, Near EF Original silk ribbon on war medal. - $275
 

BWM & Bi-lingual Victory Medal Pairs to South African Recipients

 

  1. Sgt. A. Nesbitt. 6th S.A.I. (Cape Town Highlanders) NEF, with Papers, served 9th S.A. Horse in East Africa, 5th Regt Machine Gun Section, then attached Nigerian Regt. 2nd S.A. Infantry Brigade. Court Martialled for AWOL, various hospitalizations for Malaria etc. in East Africa $130
  2. Pte. L.D. Becker. 1st S.A.I. EF (Bilingual Victory) $120
  3. Pte. D.A. Sittrie. 6th S.A.I. GVF (Bilingual Victory) with papers, $120
  4. Pte. J.A. Sutcliffe. 4th S.A.I.  EF  (Bilingual Victory) $120
  5. Pte. P.J. Thomas. 9th S.A.H. GVF (Bilingual Victory) Service extact, 1 page. $120
  6. Dvr. D.S. Adams. C.A.H.T.C. (Bilingual Victory) GVF $100
  7. Pte. J.J. LABUSCHAGNE 7th S.A.I. Johannes Jacobus Labuschagne, from Indwe, Woodhouse District, Cape Province and was discharged "temporarily unfit" due to being underage in Feb. 1918. He appears to of enlisted twice, the second time he stayed in until January 1919. GVF or better condition, with original silk ribbons. $130
  8. British War and Bilingual Victory Medals (Pte W. C. Walker. 6th S.A.I.) EF $125
  9. Pair: Corporal B. R. Wilhelm, South African Heavy Artillery British War and Bilingual Victory Medals (Cpl. B. R. Wilhelm. S.A.H.A) (16) pages of service documents. Bernard Reynold Wilhelm  was from Barkley East, served in German East Africa in 7th S.A. Horse as part of the 2nd Mounted Brigade, transferred to 9th S.A. Horse. was hosp. for Malaria in Sept. 1917, only awards. contact marks thus near very fine $130
  10. Family Group - British War Medal 1914-20 (Pte. P. J. L. Van Eeden, 5th Mtd. Bge.); with South Africa Medal for War Service (573033 J. H. J. Van Eeden) NEF $90
  11. Pair: Gunner E. H. Robinson, South African Field Artillery. British War and Bilingual Victory Medals (Gnr. E. H. Robinson. S.A.F.A.) With 3 pgs. of service recors. 864 Gunnner Edmund Herbert Robinson was from Jeppestown, Johannesburg, Transvaal and was posted to the Ammunition Column. Serving in East Africa, e was discharged medically unfit (Orchitis, Hernia etc.) on 13th July 1916 and awarded a SWB.  $100
  12. Gnr. E.W. Mitchell S.A.F.A. - The pair of medals was posted Mr E.W. Mitchell C/o Chief Accountant Room 185 S.A. Railways, Johannesburg 12.01.1923 and were kept in boxes in the buff delivery envelope. Boxes are labelled Gnr. No 04 E.W. Mitchell. S.A.F.A. 1098. EF - $115
  13. WW1 Pair (Bilingual) Pte. L.J. Davidson 2nd S.A.I.; The Wakefield Medal Vol. L. Davidson N.V.R. The reverse of the well-struck 40 mm diam. bronze medal reads “NRA British Colonies and  Protectorates Overseas Match”. (N.V.R. = Nyasaland Volunteer Rifles). With copies of service cards. $160 - RESERVED

 

BWM & Victory Medal Pairs to Indian Recipients

  1. 1667 Sowar Kishan Singh, 4 Cavy - F - $180
  2. 2806 Swr. Tafail Ahmad, 6 Cavy. - VF, edge bruise - $190 - SOLD
  3. 588 Sowar Banta Singh, 11 Lcrs. - GVF - $190
  4. 2235 Sowar Mohd. Hayat, 13 Lcrs. - NEF - $190 - SOLD
  5. 2336 Sowar Rasul Khan, 17 Cavy. - VF - $190 - SOLD
  6. 3977 Sowar Ude Singh, 34 Horse - VF - $190 - SOLD

 

BWM & Victory Medal Pairs to Australian & New Zealand Recipients

  1. 6256 Pte. S. J. Dunn. 21-M.G.C. A.I.F. - Sidney Joseph Dunn was born at Frederickton, New South Wales in December 1892 and was an unmarried shop assistant upon his enlistment at Sydney on 1 May 1916. Embarked aboard the Euripides on 9 September 1916. Twice admitted to hospital in the United Kingdom with venereal disease during his training during 1917, he had also gone absent without leave in November 1916 which cost him 7 days punishment. Dunn served in France from 18 October and was wounded in action with a gun shot wound to the left thigh on 27 October, he was admitted to Chester War Hospital on 2 November. Charged for drunkenness in France in October 1918, Dunn returned to Australia on 4 July 1919; with copied Service Record. good very fine or better, with silk ribbons. $350
  2. 36661 Pte. A. Newman. N.Z.E.F. - Augustus Newman, NOK Mother, Emily, Yardley Street, Brighton, Sussex EF - $200

 

1914 Medal Trios to British Recipients

 

  1.  Private C. R. Brown, Suffolk Regiment 1914 Star (3-8303 Pte. C. R. Brown. 2/Suff: R.); British War and Victory Medals (3-8303 Pte. C. R. Brown. Suff. R.) Very fine on silk ribbons (star ribbon is dirty) - $325
  2. 1914 Star Trio awarded to Captain William Parry Morgan, Royal Army Medical Corps, comprising: 1914 Star (Lieut: W. P. Morgan. R.A.M.C.); British War and Victory Medals, 1914-1920 (Capt. W. P. Morgan.); Captain William Parry Morgan, of 39 Parade, Cardiff, Wales, served in France and Flanders with the B.E.F. in late 1914, and as a Lieutenant, and was later promoted to the rank of Captain. With copy M.I.C. Group loose, toned, EF, Replacement ribbons. - $375
  3. Lance-Sergeant Robert Statham, 2nd Battalion, Coldstream Guards, killed in action on 16 September 1916, 1914 Star, with tailor’s copy clasp ‘5th Aug.-22nd. Nov. 1914’ (9748 Pte R. Statham. C. Gds:); British War and Victory Medals, 1914-1919 (9748 Cpl. R. Statham. C. Gds.), suspension of V.M. once repaired. - Lance-Sergeant Robert Statham, of Lichfield, Staffordshire, served with the 2nd Battalion, Coldstream Guards in the Great War and was killed in action near Lesboeufs on 16 September 1916. He is remembered on the Thiepval Memorial. - swing-mounted on card for display, E.F. - $560
  4. Guardsman Charles Richards, 1st Battalion, Scots Guards, killed in action on 17 September 1914, comprising: And: 1914 Star, with tailor’s copy clasp ‘5th Aug.-22nd. Nov. 1914’ (7781 Pte C. Richards. S. Gds.); British War and Victory Medals, 1914-1919 (7781 Pte. C. Richards. S. Gds.). - Guardsman Charles Richards, of Bridgenorth, near Shrewsbury, served with the 1st Battalion, Scots Guards in the Great War and was killed in action on 17 September 1914. He is remembered on the La-Ferte-Sous-Jouarre Memorial. - swing-mounted on card for display, GVF. - $560
  5. Private Stanley Sofley, 1st Battalion, Norfolk Regiment, killed in action on 22 October 1914, comprising: 1914 Star, with tailor’s copy clasp ‘5th Aug.-22nd. Nov. 1914’ (6159 Pte S. Sofley. 1/Norf: R.); British War Medal, 1914-1920 (6159 Pte. S. Sofley. Norf. R.), officially re-impressed, Victory Medal erased. - Private Stanley Sofley, of Burnham Norton, Norfolk, enlisted for service on 8 April 1902, saw early service in South Africa and Gibraltar. He had several misdemeanours for drinking and was sentenced to 3 months Hard Labour for Assaulting a Police Constable  on 25th Nov. 1912. He later served on the Western Front with the 1st Battalion, Norfolk Regiment (D Company). He was killed in action on 22 October 1914. He is remembered with honour at the La Touret Memorial. With copied service papers. Group swing-mounted on card for display, EF - $260

 

1914/15 Star Medal Trios to British Recipients

  1. Pte. T.W. Dalton. L'Pool R. (with MID oakleaf), served 1/5th Territorial Bn, wth copy file, medal rolls, M.I.C. (MID not confirmed). Thomas W. Dalton came from Litherland, Liverpool. NEF $180
  2. S/6027 L Cpl J. McMeikan R. Highrs. Rank is Pte. on Pair. (With copied documents, Certs. of Instruction, Canadian Army Discharge Cert. 1941 Med. unfit. MIC, WW1 discharge etc.) VF e.k. on BWM $170
  3. S/5687 Pte. A.W. Wilson. R. Highrs. Alexander served in 10th Bn per label on medals and copy of medal roll. MIC. Christian name Alexander. NEF Condition, with newer watered ribbons - $160
  4. 1914-15 Star trio to 4058S J. Durkin Sto R.N.R.  With copied service paper, served on R.N.A.S Australia 12/2/15-7/3/16 and also HMS Vivid, was invalided 23/3/16, also with cased Devonport Rifle & Revolver Meeting medal. EF - $325
  5. Lieutenant E. E. Farnol, Royal Field Artillery; 1914-15 Star (Lieut: E. E. Farnol. R.F.A.); British War and Victory Medals (Lieut. E. E. Farnol.) Ernest Edward Farnol served with the Royal Field Artillery during the Great War in West Africa from 30 July 1915. Discharged sometime in 1917, was subsequently refused a SWB. Married to Mary Catherine Maitland. Resided at Dragon's Green, Shipley, Sussex, they had children together, can be found on ancestry.  Nearly very fine, on modern ribbons. $180

 

1914/15 Medal Trios to Canadian Recipients

 

  1. 21602 Pte. F.M. Greenman, 5th Can Inf. Rank  (A. Sjt. on Pair) - mounted as worn. Fred Greenman came from Chippenham, Wiltshire and was a Painter by occupation, he originally attested in the 11th Bn at Valcartier on the 23rd of September 1914 as part of the 3rd Brigade. he must of been transferred at a later date into the 5th Bn. GVF, $320 
  2. 11410 (PTE. on Star) CPL. C.A. WALTER. 4 CAN. INF. - Charles Alfred Walter was born at Winkfield, Berkshire, England in June 1874. An "Armoury Caretaker" with prior service in Roberts Horse, British South Africa Police and was a Sergeant in the 2nd Dragoons (Scots Greys). He attested at Valcartier on 29th August 1914 and served in France, wounded twice (GSW Scalp and broken ankle) at Ypres he was discharged medically unfit but re-attested for Home Service in January 1918. His rank on his discharge certificate was CQMS. (Company Quarter-Master Sergeant). VF - $275
  3. Lieutenant G. K. Brown, Canadian Field Artillery- 1914-15 Star (83512 Gnr: G. K. Brown. Can: Fd: Art:); British War and Victory Medals (Lieut. G. K. Brown.) Dispaly mounted on silk ribbons, good very fine $350
  4. 11134 Pte. J.A. Sanderson, 4-Can Inf. James Alex Sanderson was born in Brandon, Manitoba on 19th March 1893. He was a Prospector by occupation when he attested on 11th Feb. 1915. He married Frida May Knight on 27th Dec. 1916 and he died on 27 Sep 1968 resting at Greenwood Cemetery in Georgetown, Halton, Ontario - EF, $320
  5. 6605 Pte. D. Scott, 1/CAN.INF. (727862 C.F.C. on Victory) David Scott, born Montrose, Scotland, attested Set. 20th 1914 at Valcartier. stating prior service of 3 years in the 42nd Black Watch and 9 years in 2nd - BR ? a Blacksmith by occupation. (Later stated as Letter Carrier on re-enlistment). He was discharged as medically unfit in 1916. He appears to of married in Scotland as his next of kin when he re-enlisted in  October 1916 was a Jessie Scott, of Montrose. He served in France in the Canadian Forestry Corps, and was wounded in the left arm. Papers confirm the different units on medals, Condition is Near VF to VF, with his sew-on ribbon bar, $270
  6. 442144 PTE A. MORGAN. 7/CAN: INF:), M in surname double punched on Star; War and Victory Medals, impressed: 442144 PTE. A. MORGAN. 7- CAN. INF.,- Alfred Morgan was born on 2nd December 1886 in St. Andrews, Scotland. He joined the CEF on 5th June 1915 at Vernon, British Columbia having seen previous three years service in Q.V.B.R.S. His occupation was given as "Civil Engineer". - He was Killed in Action on 26th September 1916 whilst serving with the 7th Battalion who were involved in the Battle of Thiepval Ridge on the Somme as part of the 1st Canadian Division. Alfred Morgan is commemorated on the Vimy Memorial. NEF - $500
  7. 14632 Pte J. A. Patterson. Can: M.M.G. Bde: British War and Victory Medals (14632 Sjt. J. A. Patterson. C.M.G.C.). John Alex Patterson was born in Stonewall, Manitoba, Canada in July 1895. Initially a Trooper with the Fort Garry Horse, he was part of the First Canadian Contingent to sail across to the UK. Patterson subsequently advanced to Sergeant, and transferred to 1st Motor Machine Gun Brigade, Canadian Machine Gun Corps. He died on 13th June 1979 at Rockyview Hospital, Calgary. Scarce to unit - EF - $500
  8. 75825 Cpl. F. W. Finlay. 29/Can: Inf:; British War and Victory Medals (Lieut. F. W. Finlay.) Frederick William Finlay was born in Drumshanbo, County Leitrim, Ireland in November 1890. He initially served during the Great War as a Sergeant with the 29th Battalion (Vancouver), Canadian Infantry on the Western Front. Finlay was commissioned Lieutenant in the 16th Reserve Battalion. VF or better, mounted for wear. $390
  9. 1914-15 Star Trio awarded to Acting-Sergeant Robert Wesley Jackson 
    1914-15 Star 419081 Pte R. W. Jackson. 42/ Can: Inf: British War and Victory Medals, 1914-1919 419081 A. Sjt. R. W. Jackson. 42-Can. Inf. - Acting Sergeant Robert Wesley Jackson was born in Montreal on 31 October 1891, and enlisted for Great War service on 5th June 1915. He suffered gunshot & shrapnel wounds to the left leg on 16 September 1916, at the Battle of Courcelette on the Somme. Group swing-mounted as worn. Star has been gilded. - GVF - $360
  10. Private Thomas Stoddard, 42nd Royal Highlanders of Canada Battalion comprising: 1914-15 Star 418932 Pte T. Stoddard. 42/Can: Inf: British War and Victory Medals, 418932 Pte. T. Stoddard. 42-Can. Inf. Private Thomas Stoddard was born on 27th June 1873 at Blackburn, England, and served with the Loyal North Lancashire Regiment for 12 years as service number 3339 received the QSA and KSA medals at least before emigrating to Canada. Residing at Cote St. Paul, Montreal, Quebec, Occupation Constructional Steel Erector Bridges) / Labourer, he enlisted for WWI service on 18 May 1915. Discharged late 1919 as medically unfit due to service chronic nephritis. – Medals unmounted, GVF - $360 - SOLD

 

1914/15 Medal Trios to South African Recipients

 

  1. 1914-15 Star Dvr. C.T.J. Hendricks S.A.S.C.-M.T.; BWM; AVM (Bil) 2/Lt. C.T. J. Hendricks; WM; ASM 117821 C.T.J. Hendriksen (note change in surname) VF or better $225
  2. 1914-15 Star Trio  Cpl. W.H. Walter, AVC (with MIC, also served Cheshire Regt.), scratch on BWM, GVF          $180
  3. 1914-15 Star Pte. S. Cotty, 5th M.R.; BWM; AVM (Bilingual) Pte. S. Cotty, 9th S.AI. with service papers, showing trade as a Boilermaker. GVF $225
  4. 1914-15 Star Burg. M.J. Breet, 2de Z.A.R.; BWM; AVM (Bilingual) Burg M.J. Breet, 10de Z.A.R. GVF, $225
  5. 1914-15 Star; BWM; AVM (Bil) Rfm. A.F. Lange, 3rd S.A.M.R. Mounted as worn NEF $230
  6. 1914-15 Star Pte. H. Edwards, 20th M.R.; BWM; AVM (Bilingual) Pte. H. Edwards, 1st Mtd. Bgde. Mounted on brooch pin. EF $230
  7. 1914-15 Star Pte. A. Startz Cullinans Horse; BWM; AVM (Bilingual) Dvr. A. Startz S.A.S.C. with service papers. EF, $230
  8. 1914-15 Star Pte. A.J. Smidt 17th M.R.; BWM; AVM (Bil) Sjt. A.J. Smidt 17 DE B. S. VF $220
  9. 1914-15 Star Pte. W.E. Holmes Rand Rfls; BWM; AVM (Bilingual) Cpl. W.E. Holmes 4th S.A.H. After enrolling in December 1914 for service in German SWA William Ernest Holmes served for a short period in East Africa before being discharged during May 1917. With papers. Spotting on the Victory. Whole service on Rand Rifles roll. Had a bout of Malaria in 1916. VF $220
  10. Pte. P.J. Delport 6th Dismtd. Rifles (Const. 2nd D.C. on BWM) with copied papers, Pieter Johannes Delport was from Tarkastad. He served in "A" Squadron Midland Rifles and 2nd Military Constabulary. Discharged at own request July 1917. With 3 pgs. of copied papers. VF $225
  11. 1914-15 Star, BWM; Allied VM (Bilingual) Burg. O.W. Bergh. Heidelberg Kdo. Scarce to unit, served in B Commando.  The unit served in German East Africa and was disbanded in 1915. With a copy of Index card showing medals despatched to Holgatfontein. His NOK lived at Eikenhof, all near Johannesburg. With some history of his ancestors coming from Sweden and being early Pioneers of South Africa. EF Condition, mounted on a card but with longer original silk ribbons, $250
  12. Three: Private A. Kippen, Imperial Light Horse, later South African Service Corps 1914-15 Star (Pte A. Kippen 2nd I.L.H.); British War and Bilingual Victory Medals (Dvr. A. Kippen. S.A.S.C.) Wirh service file, 15 pgs. Alexander Kippen was from Johannesburg, a Chaffeur by occupation, Hospitalized at 7 times for Malaria (served German East Africa) and thus medically discharged 21 Nov 1917 being "severley debilitated". VF to GVF, original ribbons.  $230
  13. Three: Gunner J. Montgomery, South African Mounted Rifles - Field Artillery Brigade 1914-15 Star (Gnr. J. Montgomery S.A.M.R. - F.A.B.); British War and Bilingual Victory Medals (Gnr. J. Montgomery. S.A.M.R. - F.A.B.) 1 pg. Index card, first name James from Messina, Northern Transvaal. Good very fine, new ribbons.  $220
  14. Three: Private C. A. Colbourn, Ordnance Department and Railway Regiment 1914-15 Star (Pte C. A. Colbourn Ordnance Dpt.); British War Medal 1914-20 (Pte C. A. Colbourn. Railway Rgt); Bilingual Victory 1914-19 (Pte C. A. Colbourn. Ordnance Dpt.) 1 pg. Index card, Store Holder from Pretoria. generally very fine or better $220
  15. Three: Sergeant E. J. Owen, 10th South African Horse, late Brands Free State Rifles 1914-15 Star (Pte E. J. Owen Brands F. S. Rfls.); British War and Bilingual Victory Medals (Sjt. E. J. Owen. 10th S.A.H.) generally good very fine $230
  16. Three: Private H. A. P. Dawson, 6th South African Infantry, late Brands Free State Rifles 1914-15 Star (Pte H. A. P. Dawson Brands F. S. Rfls.); British War and Bilingual Victory Medals (Pte. H. A. P. Dawson. 6th S.A.I.) 3 pgs service record; Henry Alfred Paul, from Cape Town, Hospitalizations for Dysentery March 1916,. transferred to 9th Horse, Aug 1917 Hospitalized with Malaria. Generally very fine or better with new ribbons  $230
  17. Three: Private C. A. Delport, 5th South African Infantry 1914-15 Star (Pte C. A. Delport 5th Infantry); British War and Bilingual Victory Medals (Pte C. A. Delport. 5th Infantry.) 1 pg. record, from east London. minor edge bruising, Good very fine  $220
  18. Three: Private O. J. Lonergan, 12th South African Infantry 1914-15 Star (Pte O. J. Lonergan 12th Infantry); British War and Bilingual Victory Medals (Pte O. J. Lonergan. 12th Infantry.) With 2 pgs of index cards, O.J. was from Doornfontein, Johannesburg, he would of served in GSWA, had Rheumatism June 1915, generally Good very fine on original ribbons.  $220
  19. 1914-15 Star Rfn C.J. Steyn 5th S.A.M.R.; BWM; AVM (Bil) Artlst. C.J. Steyn Z.A.V.R. With a bronze Johannesburg peace medal and a “pass the ammunition badge”. VF -GVF $210
  20. Pte. A. Ednie. 1st S.A.I. (2nd S.A.I. on Pair) - VF - $180

 

1914/15 Medal Trios to Australian Recipients

  1. Star named : - 533 PTE E. STOCKS. 31 BN. A.I.F., War and Victory Medals, impressed: 533 PTE E. STOCKS. 31-BN. A.I.F. - Ernest Stocks was born in 1895 in New Wakefield, England and enlisted on 12th July 1915. While with the 14th Field Artillery Brigade. He was Killed in Action on 14th October 1917. With electronic copy of the service file, containing several letters from concerned friends etc. NEF $1100
  2. 939 PTE. W. BOLTER. 4/BN. A.I.F. (W.T. BOLTER . 4 BN. A.I.F. on Pair) William Bolter. POB London England : POE Randwick NSW : NOK Lovell Edith. He served in Med. at Malta was hospitalized and then transferred to UK. Served in France. Disch medically 1918. VF, Replacement Ribbons. $450

 

Split / Broken Medal Groups to Indian Recipients

 

  1. 1914-15 Star (No. Kchi/231 Weighman Dooni Chand, S. & T. Corps.) Victory Medal (Kchi-231 T-Clk Duni Chand) Unusual Trades. $70- RESERVED
  2. Star & Victory Pair - No.1694 Sepoy Duni Chand, 38/Dogras VF on Poly ribbons - $80

 

Split / Broken Medal Groups to British Recipients

 

  1. Star & Victory to 11302 Sgt. W. Eastwood. Bord. R. - Born Cheetham, Lancashire, resided Cheetham, Cheshire. (6th Battalion). Died of Wounds 21st Aug 1917, Brandhoek New Military Cemetery No. 3. - EF - $1601
  2. 1914-15 Star (Ch. 3873. Pte. W. Graveney. R.M.L.I.); British War Medal 1914-20 (Ch. 3873. Pte. W. Graveney, R.M.L.I.); Royal Fleet Reserve L.S. & G.C., G.V.R., 1st issue (Ch. 3873 (B.346) W. Graveney. Pte. R.F.R.) William Graveney was born on 16th May 1867 at Upton, Slough, Bucks. And was a Blacksmith by trade when he joined on 16th Sept. 1885. He was discharged 13th Dec. 1889 but joined the Royal Fleet Reserve. Recalled for war service he served briefly on Thames but was invalided out on 24 February 1915. – NEF - $250
  3. 1914 Star and Victory Medal Pair - 3982 Pte. A.T. Burch. R.A.M.C. - Alfred T. Burch received the clasp for the 1914 Star, 28 December 1921, qualifying date 24 October 1914. Verdigris, heavy stains on Victory, replacement poly ribbons, therefore Good Fine, Star VF, with copy MIC,  $160

 

Split / Broken Medal Groups to Canadian Recipients

  1. 1914-15 Star, (impressed: 418683 PTE. I.R. EWEN. 42/CAN:INF:), Victory Medal, (impressed: 418683 PTE. I. EWEN. 42-CAN. INF.). Innes Reid Ewen was born on 6th May 1889 in Dundee, Scotland, he joined the CEF on 10th April 1915 at Montreal, Quebec. He received several Field Punishments, 48 hours and 14 days No.1 (breaking out of billets, drunk etc.) In October 1917 he transferred to 7th C.M.G. Co. He died May 1967 at St. Anne de Bellevue, Quebec. GVF - $140

 

Split / Broken Medal Groups to South African Recipients

  1. BWM; AVM (Bilingual) Pte. L.D. Becker, 1st S.A.I. VF+ $120
  2. BWM; AVM (Bilingual) Pte. J.E. Ravenscroft 5th S.A.I. GVF, sl. staining on Victory rev. GVF $ 120
  3. Star & Bi-lingual Victory. Dvr. T.E. Horsfield S.A.S.C. - M.T. ( SASC on Victory) GVF $110
  4. Star & BWM to SE-8502, Pte. B, Sadler, AVC - GVF  $85
  5. Star & Bi-lingual Victory to : Capt. P. Parnell, SAMC (South African Medical Corps) GVF $140
  6. (3); 1914-15 Star - Pte T.O. Leslie 11th Infantry; VF 400 – 500 BWM Lieut T.O. Leslie; 1911 Heydenrych shooting medal (silver) for Alfred Beit Cup1914-15 Star Pte T.O. Leslie 11th Infantry; BWM - Lieut T.O. Leslie; 1911 Heydenrych shooting medal (silver) for Alfred Beit Cup. VF or better, star with darker areas. $150
  7. Star & Bi-lingual Victory. - Lt. R.H. Sawyer S.A.E.C. (Engineer Corps) GVF - $140