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March 22, 1995
London, United Kingdom
Description: [ Medals ] Alexander Davison's Medallion for the Battle of the Nile 1st August 1798, in gilt bronze. Gilt a little worn in several places, otherwise good very fine or better. E120-150 1View additional info
Description: [ Medals ] South Africa 1834-1853 (Jas. Murphy, 45th Regt.). Edge rather marked by "Jas ", suspension resoldered (due to old repair) but better than very fine. E100-140 Everson's Roll confirms for the 2nd and 3rd Kaffir Wars.View additional info
Description: [ Medals ] South Africa 1834-1853 (.. Subdan, Cape Md. Riflem..). Naming weak from heavy contact bruising and with long scratch across obv., otherwise fine to very fine. E80-100 1 Everson's Roll confirms John Subdan for the 3rd war and states he saw all his campaign service with the 60th Regt.View additional info
Description: [ Medals ] First China War 1842 (Samuel Burfeet, H.M.S. Clio), with original nickel-silver suspension. Nearly extremely fine. E140-180 1View additional info
Description: [ Medals ] First China War 1842 ( James Vallack, H.M.S. Modeste), with original nickel-silver suspension. Extremely fine and attractively toned. E160-180 1 168 medals to Modeste: Vallack's medal is not amongst the ten listed in, Captain Douglas-Morris's "survival" roll.View additional info