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June 27, 1994
London, United Kingdom
Description: Alexander Davison's Medallion for the Battle of the Nile, 1st August 1798, in gilt bronze, the reverse field neatly engraved Edwd. Carter, H.M.S. Minotaur ( B.B.M. 37 Edges bruised and gilt worn in several places, otherwise fine or rather better. E140-180 1 Sold with some extracted details from Minotaur's Accounts Book for 1796-98View additional info
Description: [ medal ] Naval General Service 1793-1840, one bar, Martinique ( William H. Baker, Master). Good very fine. E300-350 1 D-M's Roll confirms W. H. Baker, Master, H.M.S. Captain, for the capture of Martinique in 1809View additional info
Description: [ medal ] - one bar, St. Sebastian (Geo. Jones). Very fine. E200 250 No George tones listed for St. Sebastian in the D-M Roll but no tones with this christian name is listed for Algiers, Navarino or Syria either; thus the medal is probably for a perfectly authentic late claim.View additional info
Description: [ medal ] - one bar, Syria ( Alexr. Bell), very fine; together with St. John d'acre medals in silver and bronze both pierced for suspension, very fine and fine. E200-230 3 D-M's Roll confirms Alexander Bell, Pte., R.M., H.M.S. Cambridge for Syria.View additional info
Description: [ medal ] - two bars, 1 June 1794, 23rd June 1795 (Thomas Paine). Extremely 'fine and lightly toned, a scarce combination of two Fleet actions. E500-700 1 D-M's Roll confirms both clasps to Thomas Paine, A.B., H.M.S. Queen Charlotte; this ship served as Lord Howe's flagship at the Glorious First of June in 1794View additional info