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Auction Description for Dix Noonan Webb: Orders, Decorations, Medals and Militaria
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Orders, Decorations, Medals and Militaria (612 Lots)

by Dix Noonan Webb

March 1, 2017, 11:00 AM GMT

London, United Kingdom

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GROUPS AND SINGLE DECORATIONS FOR GALLANTRY

Estimate: £180,000 - £220,000

Description: The exceptional Great War ‘First Day of The Somme’ V.C., ‘German Spring Offensive’ M.C. group of six awarded to Captain George Sanders, who was awarded his Victoria Cross whilst serving as a Corporal in the 1/7th (Leeds Rifles) Territorial Battalion, for gallantry near Thiepval on 1 July 1916, when, following an advance into the enemy’s trenches, he found himself isolated with a party of thirty men - Impressing upon them that it was ‘his and their duty to hold the position at all costs’ they fought a series of desperate actions over a period of 36 hours, all without food and water, the gallant Sanders eventually returning to British lines with nineteen of his comrades. Subsequently commissioned from the ranks and posted to the 1/6th Battalion, Sanders again found himself in a fight against overwhelming odds on 25 April 1918 at the Battle of Kemmel Hill, following which action he was posted as missing - Witnesses stated that he was last seen standing on top of a pill-box rallying his men, shot in the right arm and leg, but continuing to fire his revolver at the enemy at point blank range with his left hand - This, however, was not the last to be heard from the heroic Sanders, as the following July a letter was received from him, sent from Limburg Prisoner of War Camp and two months later the London Gazette carried the announcement of the award of his Military Cross Victoria Cross, reverse of the suspension bar inscribed ‘No. 3203 Cpl G. Sanders, 1/7th Bn W. York. R. T.F.’, reverse centre of the cross dated ‘1 July 1916’; Military Cross, G.V.R., unnamed as issued; 1914-15 Star (3203 Pte G. Sanders. W. York. R.); British War and Victory Medals (Capt. G. Sanders.); Coronation 1937, unnamed as issued, mounted loose style as worn, first nearly extremely fine, others with some contact wear and polishing overall, therefore nearly very fine and better (6)

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GROUPS AND SINGLE DECORATIONS FOR GALLANTRY

Estimate: £4,000 - £5,000

Description: The C.B., Great War ‘Egyptian Expeditionary Force’ D.S.O., M.C. group of fifteen awarded to Major-General Sir Frederick Gwatkin, 18th (King George’s Own) Lancers, Indian Army, later Colonel of the Royal Deccan Horse Knight Bachelor’s Badge, 2nd type breast badge, silver-gilt and enamel, hallmarks for London 1940, in Royal Mint case of issue; The Most Honourable Order of the Bath, C.B. (Military) Companion’s neck badge, silver-gilt and enamel, with neck riband; Distinguished Service Order, G.V.R., silver-gilt and enamel, with integral top riband bar; Military Cross, G.V.R., unnamed as issued; 1914-15 Star (Capt. F. Gwatkin, 18/Lncrs.); British War and Victory Medals, with M.I.D. oak leaves (Maj. F. Gwatkin.); General Service 1918-62, 1 clasp, Kurdistan (Major. F. Gwatkin.); Africa Star; War Medal 1939-45; India Service Medal; Delhi Durbar 1911, silver; Jubilee 1935; Coronation 1937; Belgium, Kingdom, Croix de Guerre, A.I.R., bronze, mounted court-style for display purposes, lacquered, generally nearly extremely fine and better (15)

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GROUPS AND SINGLE DECORATIONS FOR GALLANTRY

Estimate: £2,000 - £2,600

Description: A Great War C.M.G., D.S.O. group of ten awarded to Colonel Sir Edward Grogan, Bt., The Rifle Brigade The Most Distinguished Order of St. Michael and St. George, C.M.G., Companion’s neck badge, silver-gilt and enamel; Distinguished Service Order, G.V.R., complete with top suspension brooch; Queen’s South Africa 1899-1902, 5 clasps, Cape Colony, Tugela Heights, Relief of Ladysmith, Transvaal, Laing’s Nek (Capt. Sir E. I. B. Grogan, Bt. Rifle Bde.); 1914-15 Star (Major Sir E. I. B. Grogan. Bt. Rif. Brig.); British War and Victory Medals (Col. Sir E. I. B. Grogan. Bt.); Coronation 1911; French Croix de Guerre 1914-1918; Greece, Kingdom, Order of the Redeemer, 3rd class neck badge, silver-gilt and enamels; Turkey, Liyakat Medal, silver, fitted with replacement straight suspension, some light chipping to wreaths of D.S.O., otherwise generally good very fine (10

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GROUPS AND SINGLE DECORATIONS FOR GALLANTRY

Estimate: £1,200 - £1,400

Description: A Great War C.M.G., Delhi Durbar M.V.O. group of seven awarded to Colonel A. H. D. Creagh, Commandant, 128th Pioneers, Indian Army The Most Distinguished Order of St. Michael and St. George, C.M.G., Companion’s neck badge, silver-gilt and enamel, chips to reverse centre; The Royal Victorian Order, M.V.O., 4th class breast badge in silver-gilt and enamels, the reverse numbered ‘903’ and additionally named (Lt. Col. A. H. D. Creagh) some slight chipping to enamels; 1914-15 Star (Lt. Col. A. H. D. Creagh, M.V.O., 128/Pionrs.); British War and Victory Medals, with M.I.D. oak leaf (Lt. Col. A. H. D. Creagh.); Delhi Durbar 1911, silver, the edge inscribed (Lt. Col. A. H. D. Creagh 128th Pioneers); Serbia, Order of the White Eagle, 4th class breast badge with swords, silver-gilt and enamels, the last six mounted as worn, generally good very fine (7)

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GROUPS AND SINGLE DECORATIONS FOR GALLANTRY

Estimate: £2,400 - £2,800

Description: The Great War ‘Mesopotamian Operations’ C.M.G. and Serbian Order of the White Eagle group of nine awarded to Brigadier-General L. W. Y. Campbell, Indian Army, who served as a Newspaper Correspondent with the Tirah Frontier Force in 1897-98 before commanding the 9th Infantry Brigade during the Great War at the Battle of Loos and the Relief of Kut - wounded in the attack on Baghdad and three times Mentioned in Despatches in the Great War, he received a final ‘Mention’ in the Third Afghan War The Most Distinguished Order of St. Michael and St. George, C.M.G., Companion’s neck badge, silver-gilt and enamel, obverse centre depressed, with neck riband; India General Service 1895-1902, 2 clasps, Tirah 1897-98, Punjab Frontier 1897-98, clasps remounted in this order on a slim carriage to facilitate mounting (Capt. L. Campbell. Press Correspondent.) officially re-engraved naming; 1914-15 Star (Lt. Col. L. W. Y. Campbell, I.A. 89/Punjabis.); British War and Victory Medals, with M.I.D. oak leaves (Brig. Gen. L. W. Y. Campbell.); India General Service 1908-35, 1 clasp, Afghanistan N.W.F. 1919, with M.I.D. oak leaves (Col. L. W. Y. Campbell, Staff); Jubilee 1935; Coronation 1937; Serbia, Kingdom, Order of the White Eagle, Military Division, Third Class neck badge, 89mm including crown and crossed swords suspension x 50mm, silver-gilt and enamel, unmarked, with neck riband, the group mounted court style as worn, significant enamel damage to last, otherwise good very fine (9)

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GROUPS AND SINGLE DECORATIONS FOR GALLANTRY

Estimate: £1,400 - £1,800

Description: The intriguing C.M.G. group of seven awarded to William F. A. Rattigan, H.M. Diplomatic Service, whose infidelity with Princess Elizabeth of Romania (later Queen of Greece) brought to an end his distinguished diplomatic career; by his wife he was the father of the celebrated playwright Terrence Rattigan The Most Distinguished Order of St. Michael and St. George, C.M.G., Companion’s neck badge, silver-gilt and enamel, with neck cravat, in its damaged Garrard, London case of issue; 1914 Star (W. F. A. Rattigan); British War and Victory Medals (W. F. A. Rattigan); Coronation 1911; Coronation 1937; Romania, Kingdom, Commemorative Cross 1916-18, the six medals mounted as worn, good very fine and better (7)

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GROUPS AND SINGLE DECORATIONS FOR GALLANTRY

Estimate: £1,400 - £1,800

Description: The C.M.G., I.S.O., Rhodesian Order of the Legion of Merit group of eleven awarded to Mr. G. B. Clarke, Secretary to the Prime Minister and the Cabinet of Southern Rhodesia, and the man who authored and drafted Ian Smith’s Unilateral Declaration of Independence, 11 November 1965 The Most Distinguished Order of St. Michael and St. George, C.M.G., Companion’s neck badge, silver-gilt and enamel, with neck riband; Imperial Service Order, E.II.R., silver, gold, and enamel, hallmarks for London 1952; 1939-45 Star; Africa Star; Italy Star; Defence and War Medals 1939-45; Africa Service Medal (SR.598139 G. B. Clarke); Coronation 1953; Rhodesia, Order of the Legion of Merit, G.C.L.M. Grand Commander’s sash badge, 48mm, silver, gilt, and enamel; Southern Rhodesia, Independence Medal 1965 (G. B. Clarke) extremely fine, the last rare to a named official (11)

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GROUPS AND SINGLE DECORATIONS FOR GALLANTRY

Estimate: £800 - £1,000

Description: The K.B.E. group attributed to Surgeon Vice-Admiral Sir James Watt, R.N., Medical Director-General of the Royal Navy who was an expert on burns, surgery and nautical medicine The Most Excellent Order of the British Empire, K.B.E. (Military) Knight Commander’s 2nd type set of insignia, comprising neck badge and breast star, silver, silver-gilt and enamels, with full neck cravat in its Garrard & Co case of issue; The Order of St. John of Jerusalem, Commander’s neck badge, silver and enamel, with neck cravat in its case of issue, together with related miniature and pair of silver cuff links of the order; 1939-45 Star; Atlantic Star; Pacific Star, clasp, Burma; War Medal, with M.I.D. oak leaf; U.N. Korea, these all unnamed as issued, very fine or better (11)

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GROUPS AND SINGLE DECORATIONS FOR GALLANTRY

Estimate: £900 - £1,200

Description: An interesting Great War C.B.E. group of four awarded to Lieutenant-Colonel V. V. Hooley, Royal Army Service Corps, late Purser in the Royal Mail Steam Packet Company, awarded a Brazilian gold life saving medal for saving the life of the daughter of the Brazilian Consul-General to Argentina The Most Excellent Order of the British Empire, C.B.E. (Military) Commander’s 1st type neck badge, in Garrard & Co (Civil) case of issue; Transport 1899-1902, 1 clasp, S. Africa 1899-1902 (V. V. Hooley.); British War Medal (Lt. Col. V. V. Hooley.)’ Brazil, Medal for Saving Life, gold, 17.7 gms, the reverse dated ‘14-2-1903’, named on the edge ‘V. Hooley’, good very fine (4)

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GROUPS AND SINGLE DECORATIONS FOR GALLANTRY

Estimate: £1,800 - £2,200

Description: A Second War C.B.E., ‘Evacuation from Dunkirk’ 1940 D.S.O. group of eleven awarded to Brigadier M. A. Carthew-Yorstoun, Black Watch, who commanded the 6th Battalion during the withdrawal from Dunkirk, and was twice sunk in the evacuation, being severely wounded on the second occasion and only surviving through the timely intervention of an elderly Able Seaman The Most Excellent Order of the British Empire, C.B.E. (Military) Commander’s 2nd type neck badge, silver-gilt and enamel; Distinguished Service Order, G.VI.R., silver-gilt and enamel, reverse of suspension bar officially dated ‘1940’, with integral top riband bar; British War and Victory Medals (Lieut. M. A. Carthew-Yorstoun) both officially renamed; 1939-45 Star; France and Germany Star; Defence and War Medals 1939-45, with M.I.D. oak leaf; France, Legion of Honour, Chevalier’s breast badge, silver, gilt, and enamel; France, Croix de Guerre, bronze, reverse dated ‘1939-1940’, with bronze palm on riband; Czechoslovakia, War Cross 1939-45, bronze, mounted court style as worn, traces of lacquer, minor white enamel damage to points of arms of the Croix de Guerre, generally good very fine (11)

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GROUPS AND SINGLE DECORATIONS FOR GALLANTRY

Estimate: £800 - £1,200

Description: A C.B.E. group of seven awarded to Major-General W. L. D. Veitch, [C.B.], Royal Engineers and K.G.O. Bengal Sappers and Miners, who was twice Mentioned in Despatches on the North West Frontier of India, was awarded the O.B.E. for the Waziristan Campaign 1937, commanded the Bengal Sappers and Miners during World War Two, and finished his career as Engineer-in-Chief of the Pakistan Army The Most Excellent Order of the British Empire, C.B.E. (Military) Commander’s 2nd type neck badge, silver-gilt and enamel; India General Service 1908-35, 1 clasp, North West Frontier 1930-31, with M.I.D. oak leaf (Lieut. W. L. D. Veitch. R.E.) final two letters of surname officially corrected; India General Service 1936-39, 1 clasp, North West Frontier 1936-37, with M.I.D. oak leaf (Capt. W. L. D. Veitch. R.E.); Defence and War Medals 1939-45, both privately engraved ‘Lt/Col. W. L. D. Veitch C.B.E. R.E.’; Coronation 1953, privately engraved ‘Maj/Gen. W. L. D. Veitch C.B. C.B.E.’; Pakistan Independence Medal 1947, privately engraved ‘Maj/Gen. W. L. D. Veitch C.B. C.B.E.’, the group mounted court-style for display purposes together with the recipient’s O.B.E. (Military) Officer’s 2nd type breast badge, nearly extremely fine (8)

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GROUPS AND SINGLE DECORATIONS FOR GALLANTRY

Estimate: £1,000 - £1,400

Description: A Russian Intervention ‘Archangel’ O.B.E. group of eight awarded to Major R. A. Swan, C.B.E., Essex Regiment, later Assistant Chief Warden, Civil Defence The Most Excellent Order of the British Empire, O.B.E. (Military) Officer’s 1st type breast badge, silver-gilt, hallmarks for London 1919; 1914-15 Star (Capt: R. A. Swan, Essex R.); British War and Victory Medals, with M.I.D. oak leaves (Major R. A. Swan.); Defence Medal (R. A. Swan. Asst. Chief Warden. C.D.) contemporarily impressed naming; Coronation 1937; Civil Defence Long Service Medal, E.II.R., unnamed as issued; Russia, Empire, Order of St. Anne, Military Division, Third Class breast badge, with crossed swords, 36mm x 36mm, gold (56 zolotniki) and enamel, gold marks to suspension ring and with additional kokoshnik marks to hilts of swords, with bow riband, mounted court style as worn, gilding rubbed on first, therefore very fine or better (8)

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GROUPS AND SINGLE DECORATIONS FOR GALLANTRY

Estimate: £300 - £400

Description: An O.B.E., Kaisar-i-Hind group of three to Major Sir Alfred Pickford, Calcutta Light Horse, and sometime Sheriff of Calcutta The Most Excellent Order of the British Empire, O.B.E. (Civil) Officer’s 2nd type breast badge, silver-gilt; Kaisar-i-Hind, G.V.R., 2nd class, 2nd type, silver, with integral top riband bar; Volunteer Force Long Service, G.V.R. (Major A. D. Pickford, C. Lt. Horse.) mounted court style for display purposes, nearly extremely fine

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Estimate: £600 - £800

Description: A fine and scarce M.B.E. group of ten awarded to Sergeant-Major A. E. Malley, Royal Army Medical Corps The Order of the British Empire, M.B.E. (Military) 1st type; Queen’s South Africa 1899-1902, 2 clasps, Tugela Heights, Relief of Ladysmith (11952 Pte. A. E. Malley. R.A.M.C.); King’s South Africa, 2 clasps, South Africa 1901, South Africa 1902 (11952 Pte. A. E. Malley. R.A.M.C.); British War and Victory Medals (11952 W.O.Cl. 1 A. E. Malley. R.A.M.C.); Army L.S. & G.C., G.V.R. (11952 Q.M. Sjt: A. E. Malley. R.A.M.C.); Meritorious Service Medal, G.V.R. (11952 Q.M. Sjt: A. E. Malley. R.A.M.C.); French Medal of Honour, silver with crossed swords, unnamed; French Medal of Honour, War Department, bronze medal for epidemics (M. A. Malley 1919) naming embossed on reverse; Serbian Samaritan Cross 1912, the group mounted court style as worn, contact marks, otherwise very fine or better (10)

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GROUPS AND SINGLE DECORATIONS FOR GALLANTRY

Estimate: £400 - £500

Description: A Second War Middle East ‘mining operations’ M.B.E. group of six awarded to Flight Lieutenant R. W. Lamb, Royal Air Force The Most Excellent Order of the British Empire, M.B.E. (Military) Member’s 2nd type breast badge, silver; 1939-45 Star; Africa Star, 1 clasp, North Africa 1942-43; Defence and War Medals 1939-45, with M.I.D. oak leaf; General Service 1918-62, 1 clasp, Malaya, E.II.R. (Flt. Lt. R. W. Lamb. R.A.F.) mounted court-style for display purposes, light contact marks, nearly extremely fine (6)

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GROUPS AND SINGLE DECORATIONS FOR GALLANTRY

Estimate: £400 - £500

Description: A Second World War Burma operations M.B.E. group of six awarded to Lieutenant-Colonel M. G. Durant, Royal Engineers, attached 3rd Gurkha Rifles and Royal Indian Engineers, who was mentioned in despatches for operations with 3rd Gurkha Rifles in Iraq, Syria and Persia in 1942; with the Royal Indian Engineers in Burma in 1945; and with the Royal Engineers in Malaya in 1953-54 The Most Excellent Order of the British Empire, M.B.E. (Military) Member’s 2nd type breast badge, silver; 1939-45 Star; Burma Star; Defence and War Medals 1939-45, M.I.D. oak leaf; General Service 1918-62, 1 clasp, Malaya, G.VI.R., M.I.D. oak leaf (Major M. G. Durant, M.B.E., R.E.), mounted as worn, good very fine (6)

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Estimate: £700 - £900

Description: A fine Second War M.B.E. group of seven awarded to Major W. H. Broughall, Hamilton Light Infantry and Canadian Intelligence Corps, who served as a Staff Officer with the 2nd Canadian Corps in north-west Europe from June 1944 onwards The Most Excellent Order of the British Empire, M.B.E. (Military) Member’s 2nd type breast badge, silver, with Royal Mint case of issue; 1939-45 Star; France and Germany Star; Defence Medal, Canadian issue in silver; Canadian Volunteer Service Medal, with Overseas Bar; War Medal 1939-45, Canadian issue in silver; Netherlands, Kingdom, Order of Orange Nassau, Military Division, Officer’s breast badge, 63mm including crown suspension x 40mm, with crossed swords, silver-gilt and enamel, with rosette on riband, minor enamel damage to reverse motto on last, otherwise good very fine (7)

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Estimate: £600 - £800

Description: A Second War ‘North-West Europe’ M.B.E. group of six awarded to Major E. H. B. Greenfield, Royal Regiment of Artillery The Most Excellent Order of the British Empire, M.B.E. (Military) Member’s 2nd type breast badge, silver; 1939-45 Star; France and Germany Star; Defence and War Medals 1939-45, with M.I.D. oak leaf; Efficiency Medal, G.VI.R., 1st issue, Territorial (Capt: E. H. B. Greenfield. M.B.E. RA.) on H.A.C. riband, mounted court-style, nearly extremely fine (6)

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Estimate: £400 - £500

Description: A Second War Honorary M.B.E. and Lloyd’s Medal for Saving Life at Sea group of five awarded to Third Officer H. V. Nielsen, M.V. Empire Knight, for his gallantry when the vessel broke up and sank off the coast of Maine, 11-12 February 1944 The Most Excellent Order of the British Empire, M.B.E. (Civil) Member’s 2nd type breast badge, silver; 1939-45 Star; Atlantic Star; War Medal 1939-45; Lloyd’s War Medal for Bravery at Sea, silver (Third Officer H. V. Nielsen, M.V. “Empire Knight”, 11th. February, 1944.) scratch to obverse field of last, good very fine and better (5)

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Estimate: £800 - £1,200

Description: A ‘Malayan Operation’ M.B.E. group of seven awarded to Brigadier M. H. H. Collins, Loyal North Lancashire Regiment, who served with the S.O.E. during World War II, and was ‘dropped’ into Greece to work as a British Liaison Officer with the Mission in Macedonia The Most Excellent Order of the British Empire, M.B.E. (Military) Member’s 2nd type breast star, silver; 1939-45 Star; Italy Star; Defence and War Medals 1939-45, these last two privately engraved ‘Maj. M. H. H. Collins.’; General Service 1918-62, 1 clasp, Malaya, E.II.R. (Major M. H. H. Collins. Loyals.); Coronation 1953, privately engraved ‘Maj. M. H. H. Collins.’, mounted court-style as worn, traces of lacquer, nearly extremely fine (7)

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GROUPS AND SINGLE DECORATIONS FOR GALLANTRY

Estimate: £3,000 - £3,600

Description: A rare Burma Campaign Gold D.S.O. pair to Captain Alexander Campbell, C.I.E., D.S.O., Royal Indian Marine Distinguished Service Order, V.R., gold and enamel, with integral top riband bar, reverse of top bar with slide fitting to facilitate mounting; India General Service 1854-95, 1 clasp, Burma 1885-7 (Captn. A. Campbell, H.M. I.M.S.), nearly extremely fine (2)

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Estimate: £10,000 - £12,000

Description: The unique Boer War D.S.O. and Albert Medal for Sea group of six awarded to Lieutenant-Colonel E. D. Thornburgh Cropper, West Kent Militia and Imperial Yeomanry, who was awarded the Albert Medal and Royal Humane Society Medal for gallantly trying to save the life of a waiter who had fallen overboard from the S.S. Idaho in San Francisco Bay on 6 August 1878, by diving into the treacherous Bay after him. Subsequently serving in Africa, he was Mentioned in Despatches for his conduct at Ulundi during the Zulu War, and again during the Boer War, where he was dangerously wounded in December 1900, awarded the D.S.O., and died three months later. Only 12 Albert Medals for Sea have been awarded to the Army, and Thornburgh Cropper’s A.M. is unique for an act of gallantry in the United States of America Distinguished Service Order, V.R., silver-gilt and enamel, with integral top riband bar; Albert Medal, 2nd Class, for Gallantry in Saving Life at Sea, bronze and enamel, reverse officially engraved ‘Presented in the name of Her Majesty to Captain E. D .Thornburgh Cropper of the West Kent Militia for attempting to save the life of Thomas Nolan of Steam Ship “Idaho” on 6th. August 1878.’, reverse of the crown with maker’s cartouché Phillips, Cockspur St., and officially numbered ‘No. 41’, with originally-ordained narrow riband; Jubilee 1897, silver (Captain E. D. Cropper. Pembroke Yeomanry Cavalry.); South Africa 1877-79, 1 clasp, 1879 (Capt. E. D. Thornburgh Cropper A.D.C.); Queen’s South Africa 1899-1902, 2 clasps, Cape Colony, Orange Free State (Major E. D. Thornburgh Cropper. 30/Co. Imp. Yeo.) re-engraved naming; Royal Humane Society, small bronze medal (unsuccessful) (Capt. E. D. Thornburgh Cropper. 6th. Aug. 1878) with top bronze riband buckle, mounted court-style for display purposes, dent to convex reverse of AM, otherwise very fine and better (6)

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Estimate: £2,000 - £2,600

Description: A Boer War ‘gallantry’ D.S.O. group of three awarded to Lieutenant A. F. de Trafford, South Staffordshire Regiment Distinguished Service Order, V.R., silver-gilt and enamel, with integral top riband bar; Queen’s South Africa 1899-1902, 3 clasps, Cape Colony, Transvaal, Wittebergen (Lieut: A. F. de Trafford, D.S.O., S. Staff: R.); King’s South Africa 1901-02, 2 clasps, South Africa 1901, South Africa 1902 (Lt. A. F. de Trafford. D.S.O. S. Staff. Rgt.) extremely fine (3)

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Estimate: £2,000 - £2,600

Description: A superb D.S.O. and Bar, O.B.E. group of eight awarded to Lieutenant Colonel G. S. Brighten, Liverpool Regiment, attached 2/5th Battalion, Lancashire Fusiliers Distinguished Service Order, G.V.R., silver-gilt and enamel, with Second Award Bar and integral top riband bar; The Most Excellent Order of the British Empire, O.B.E. (Military) 2nd type, Officer’s breast badge, silver-gilt; 1914-15 Star (Lieut. G. S. Brighten, L’pool. R.); British War and Victory Medals, with M.I.D. oak leaf (Lt.Col. G. S. Brighten.); Defence Medal; Belgium, Kingdom, Order of the Crown of Belgium, 5th class breast badge, silver and enamels; Belgium, Kingdom, Croix de Guerre, mounted as worn, good very fine (8)

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Estimate: £2,000 - £2,600

Description: A Great War D.S.O. and ‘Colour Party’ M.V.O. group of eleven awarded to Lieutenant-Colonel A. E. S. Clarke, Scots Guards Distinguished Service Order, G.V.R., silver-gilt and enamel, with integral top riband bar; The Royal Victorian Order, M.V.O., Member’s 5th Class breast badge, silver and enamel, an early unnumbered award; Queen’s South Africa 1899-1902, 2 clasps, Belmont, Modder River (Lieut: A. E. S. Clarke, Scots Gds:); 1914-15 Star (Major A. E. S. Clarke. M.V.O. S. Gds.); British War and Victory Medals, with M.I.D. oak leaf (Lt. Col. A. E. S. Clarke.); Jubilee 1897; Coronation 1902; Coronation 1911; Belgian Croix de Guerre; Turkey, Liyakat Medal, silver, mounted Court-style as worn, generally good very fine (11)

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Estimate: £1,800 - £2,200

Description: A Great War D.S.O. group of six awarded to Lieutenant-Colonel Leslie Murray, Commanding 14th Battalion, Royal Warwickshire Regiment Distinguished Service Order, G.V.R., silver-gilt and enamel, with integral top riband bar; Africa General Service 1902-56, 2 clasps, Somaliland 1901, Kissi 1905 (Captain L. Murray. S.L. Bn. W.A.F.F.); 1914-15 Star (Lt. Col. L. Murray. R. War. R.); British War and Victory Medals, with M.I.D. oak leaf (Lt. Col. L. Murray.); Coronation 1911, unnamed; together with a silver shooting medal inscribed ‘Sergt. Murray, L. Best Shot No. 4 Sec. ‘G’ Coy. Score 178’, generally good very fine, the second very scarce (7)

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Estimate: £3,000 - £4,000

Description: An extremely rare ‘Burma 1930-32’ D.S.O., Great War ‘Mesopotamia’ M.C. and Persian Order of the Lion and Sun group of eleven awarded to Colonel J. D. Fulton, 2-15th Punjabis, late 26th Punjabis, Indian Army, who over the course of an illustrious career was 9 times Mentioned in Despatches Distinguished Service Order, G.V.R., silver-gilt and enamel, with integral top riband bar; Military Cross, G.V.R., unnamed as issued; British War and Victory Medals, with M.I.D. oak leaves (Capt. J. D. Fulton); General Service 1918-62, 2 clasps, Kurdistan, Iraq, with M.I.D. oak leaf (Major J. D. Fulton.); India General Service 1908-35, 3 clasps, Waziristan 1921-24, Burma 1930-32, North West Frontier 1935; Defence and War Medals 1939-45; Jubilee 1935; Coronation 1937; Persia, Empire, Order of the Lion and Sun, Third Class beast badge, 75mm including suspension x 67mm, silver and enamel, with rosette on riband, minor enamel damage to last, generally good very fine or better (11)

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Estimate: £9,000 - £12,000

Description: The outstanding Second World War Wing Leader’s D.S.O. and Bar, fall of France 1940 D.F.C. group of seven awarded to Group Captain A. F. Anderson, Royal Air Force, late Royal Warwickshire Regiment, having originally been decorated for suicidal sorties over Calais in an obsolete 170 m.p.h. Hector biplane - in which he faced the attentions of Me. 109s and 110s - he converted to Mustangs and added a D.S.O. to his accolades for his gallant command of No. 268 Squadron in 1942, not least for leading the first ever single-engined fighter sortie to Germany from the U.K., and a Bar for equally gallant services as C.O. of No. 35 Wing, 2nd T.A.F., in 1944-45: in one of many low-level sorties flown over Holland in the latter period, a cannon shell burst inches behind the armour plating protecting his head and removed part of the fuselage, but he nonetheless completed his mission Distinguished Service Order, G.VI.R., 1st issue, with Second Award Bar, the reverse of the suspension bar officially dated ‘1943’ and the reverse of the Bar ‘1945’; Distinguished Flying Cross, G.VI.R., the reverse officially dated ‘1940’; 1939-45 Star; Air Crew Europe Star, clasp, France and Germany; War Medal 1939-45; Coronation 1953; The Netherlands, Order of Orange-Nassau, Commander’s neck badge, silver-gilt and enamel, with J. M. J. van Wielik case of issue lid, mounted as worn where applicable, together with Egypt Command prize medals for the period 1931-33, two in silver and one in bronze, one named, all cased, and two Royal Warwickshire Regiment cap badges and a quantity of related uniform buttons, very fine and better (Lot)

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Estimate: £5,000 - £6,000

Description: A fine K. St. J., Second World War D.S.O., Great War M.C. group of eleven awarded to Major R. G. W. Bewicke-Copley, the 5th Lord Cromwell, who, as a Company Commander in the King’s Royal Rifle Corps, was severely wounded and taken P.O.W. at the gallant defence of Calais in May 1940 - ‘He was hit by bullets in both arms and in the head, the sight of one eye being badly affected, and yet he remained in command when all the men at his barricade, save himself and two riflemen, were dead’ The Order of St. John of Jerusalem (K. St. J.), Knight of Grace’s set of insignia, comprising neck badge and breast star, in silvered base metal and enamel, in its fitted case of issue; Distinguished Service Order, G.VI.R., 1st issue, silver-gilt and enamel, the reverse of the suspension bar officially dated ‘1944’, with integral top riband bar; Military Cross, G.V.R., the reverse privately inscribed, ‘Major R. G. W. Bewicke-Copley, K.R.R.C.’; 1914-15 Star (2 Lieut. R. G. W. Bewicke-Copley, K.R. Rif. C.); British War and Victory Medals, M.I.D. oak leaf (Major R. G. W. Bewicke-Copley); 1939-45 Star; Defence and War Medals 1939-45; Coronation 1953; Italy, Al Valore Militare, bronze, unnamed, mounted as worn and contained in an old leather case with gilt coronet and ‘C’ to lid, very fine and better (12)

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Estimate: £1,200 - £1,500

Description: The Imperial Service Order pair awarded to Mr T. J. Alldridge, District Commissioner and noted pioneer of the Sierra Leone Hinterland Imperial Service Order, E.VII.R., silver, gold and enamels; East and West Africa 1887-19001 clasp, Sierra Leone 1898-99 (Dis. Commr. T. J. Alldridge) nearly extremely fine (2)

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Estimate: £1,800 - £2,200

Description: The ‘Samana 1897’ India General Service Medal awarded to Sepoy Thaman Singh, 36th Sikhs, for gallantry at Fort Cavagnari on 13 September 1897 when he drove the enemy from their sangars at the point of the bayonet and captured three of their standards, and was dangerously wounded by gunshot- for his gallantry he was awarded the Indian Order of Merit India General Service 1895-1902, 2 clasps, Punjab Frontier 1897-98, Samana 1897, second clasp loose on riband as issued (1741 Sepoy Thaman Singh 36 Sikhs) officially impressed naming; together with an Indian Order of Merit, Military Division, 1st type (1837-1912), 3rd Class, Reward of Valor, silver and enamel, reverse officially engraved on three lines ‘3rd. Class Order of Merit’, lacking integral silver riband buckle; suspension very loose and tightened on first, with heavy pitting, therefore fair, the IOM better (2)

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Estimate: £3,000 - £3,600

Description: An extremely rare Black Mountain expedition R.R.C. group of three awarded to Sister Edith Welchman, Indian Medical Service, afterwards the wife of Lieutenant-Colonel T. C. Watson, V.C., Royal Engineers: among other duties, Miss Welchman undertook a two day journey with her senior, Miss Loch, an Indian soldier and a groom, camping out at night in hostile country - luckily, she and Miss Loch felt relatively secure, having been issued with revolvers, with which they ‘rather distinguished themselves at fifteen yards’ during instruction under Dr. Fawcett Royal Red Cross, 1st Class, V.R., silver-gilt and enamel, on Lady’s riband bow, in its Garrard & Co. fitted case of issue; India General Service 1854-95, 1 clasp, Hazara 1888 (Sister E. Welchman, Indian Nursing Service); British Red Cross Society Medal 1914-18, together with a Queen Mary’s Nursing Guild enamelled badge, and Royal Engineers’ sweetheart brooch, in silver and enamel, with pastes, good very fine (5)

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Estimate: £1,200 - £1,500

Description: An extremely rare Quetta earthquake R.R.C. pair awarded to Staff Nurse G. Lincoln, Indian Military Nursing Service Royal Red Cross, 1st Class (R.R.C.), G.V.R., silver-gilt, gold and enamel, on original Lady’s bow for wearing; India General Service 1908-35, 1 clasp, North West Frontier 1930-31 (S.-Nurse G. Lincoin, I.M.N.S.), note surname spelling, extremely fine (2)

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Estimate: £3,000 - £4,000

Description: “I’ll always remember his last words, he said, ‘Is the ship all right?’ I said, ‘Yes, Sir, the ship’s all right!’ He said, ‘I’ll have a little sleep now then…’ And that was it.” (The last words of the mortally wounded Lt .Cdr. Onslow at Jutland) The unique ‘Somaliland 1904’ Conspicuous Service Cross awarded to Lieutenant-Commander A. G. Onslow, Royal Navy, who at Illig on the Somali Pirate Coast made gallant charges under point-blank fire through burning huts into concealed caves to bayonet tribesmen who were sniping at the British assault force - Later during the Great War he was present at the Battle of Jutland where he commanded the destroyer H.M.S. Onslaught and made an heroic torpedo attack which sank the battleship S.M.S. Pommern, being, himself, mortally wounded by a direct hit on Onslaught’s bridge - One of only eight C.S.C’s. ever issued and the last awarded example of this medal Conspicuous Service Cross, E.VII.R, hallmarks for London 1901, a very good original example with bulbous rounded reverse as issued, this contemporarily engraved 'Midshipman A.G. Onslow', good very fine and very rare

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Estimate: £1,400 - £1,800

Description: A Great War D.S.C. group of eight awarded to Commander H. Forrester, Royal Navy, for services whilst commanding torpedo boat destroyers in the Dover Patrol Distinguished Service Cross, G.V.R., the reverse hallmarked London 1915, and attractively engraved ‘Lieut,. Henry Forrester, R.N. Presented by King George V. Oct. 4th 1916. “Carried out dangerous patrol duties with marked ability”; 1914-15 Star (Lieut. H. Forrester. R.N.); British War and Victory Medals, with M.I.D. oak leaves (Lt. Commr H. Forrester. R.N.); Defence and War Medals 1939-45; France, Third Republic, Croix de Guerre, reverse dated 1914-1917, with bronze palm on riband; Portugal, Republic, Military Order of Avis, Officer’s breast badge, silver-gilt and enamel, with rosette and riband bar, enamel chips to the last, otherwise good very fine (8)

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Estimate: £3,000 - £3,600

Description: The rare Great War ‘Irish Rebellion’ D.S.C. group of four awarded to Lieutenant W. H. A. Bee, Royal Naval Reserve, who was awarded a D.S.C. and an M.I.D. for his gallant command of H.M.T. Lord Heneage, which ship played a vital part in the capture of the German Auxiliary Cruiser Aud off the south-west coast of Ireland where she was due to rendezvous with Sir Roger Casement to deliver her cargo of 20,000 rifles, 1,000,000 rounds of ammunition and ten machine-guns to aid the imminent Easter Rising - In the event Sir Roger Casement was captured and subsequently executed for treason and as one report stated ‘With the loss of the arms ship all hope of [a Sinn Fein] military victory vanished. Had the arms been landed and successfully distributed the flag of the Republic might have floated over a large part of the country by Monday night’ Distinguished Service Cross, G.V.R., hallmarked London 1918; 1914-15 Star (Lieut. W. H. A. Bee. R.N.R.); British War and Victory Medals, with M.I.D. oak leaf (Lieut. W. H. A. Bee. R.N.R.) some contact wear, therefore nearly very fine (4)

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Estimate: £2,600 - £3,000

Description: The unique M.C. and Two Bar group of four awarded to Major Tom Buckley, 1st Battalion, Royal Marine Light Infantry Military Cross, G.V.R., with Second and Third Award Bars; British War and Victory Medals (Lieut. T. Buckley. R.M.); Defence Medal, good very fine (4)

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Estimate: £4,000 - £5,000

Description: An outstanding Great War M.C. & Bar, M.M. group of five awarded to Captain P. J. Reiss, Bedfordshire Regiment, late Company Sergeant-Major, Royal Fusiliers, wounded on three occasions during the war Military Cross, G.V.R., with Second Award Bar, unnamed; Military Medal, G.V.R. (1986 C.S. Mjr: P. J. Reiss. 18/R. Fus:); 1914-15 Star (1986 C.S. Mjr. P. J. Reiss. R. Fus:); British War and Victory Medals (Capt. P. J. Rees.) mounted as worn, good very fine (5)

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Estimate: £1,200 - £1,400

Description: A Great War M.C. and Bar group of five awarded to Captain J. J. McCombie, 8th Scottish Rifles Military Cross, G.V.R., with Second Award Bar; 1914-15 Star (2. Lieut. J. J. McCombie. Sco: Rif:); British War and Victory Medals (Capt. J. J. McCombie.); French Croix de Guerre, 1914 1917, with silver star, good very fine (5)

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Estimate: £1,600 - £2,000

Description: The Great War ‘Battle of Ypres’ 1915 M.C. group of eight awarded to Colonel J. E. L. Streight, 3rd Canadian Infantry, late South African Constabulary, who was gassed and taken Prisoner of War at Ypres, 24 April 1915. Escaping from captivity in March 1917, he made it as far as the Dutch border before being recaptured. He later served as Commanding Officer of the Governor General’s Body Guard, was elected to the Canadian Parliament, and commanded the Canadian Contingent at the Coronation of George VI in 1937 Military Cross, G.V.R., reverse contemporarily engraved ‘-Capt J. E. L. Streight- -3rd Can Inf’t. Batt’n.- -2nd Battle of Ypres- 24.4.15.’; Queen’s South Africa 1899-1902, 5 clasps, Cape Colony, Orange Free State, Transvaal, South Africa 1901, South Africa 1902, Transvaal clasp a tailor’s copy, with the two date clasps loose on riband (2172 3rd. Cl. Tpr: J. E. L. Streight. S.A.C.); 1914-15 Star (Capt: J. E. L. Streight. 3/Can: Inf:); British War and Victory Medals (Major J. E. L. Streight.); Jubilee 1935; Coronation 1937; Colonial Auxiliary Forces Officers’ Decoration, G.V.R., reverse officially engraved ‘Major J. E. L. Streight M.C. G.G.B.G.’, silver and silver-gilt, lacking integral top riband bar; together with King’s South Africa 1901-02, no clasps, renamed to ‘2172. Corpl. J. E. L. Streight. S.A.C.’; and cap badges for the S.A.C., G.G.B.G., and 3rd Toronto Regiment, gilding rubbed on central cipher of last, otherwise good very fine (9)

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Estimate: £1,800 - £2,200

Description: A ‘First Day of the Somme’ M.C. group of four awarded to Captain O. A. Tunnicliffe, North Staffordshire Regiment, attached 1st South Staffordshire Regiment Military Cross, G.V.R., the reverse inscribed ‘2nd Lieut. O. A. Tunnicliffe North Staffs. Regt. Mametz. 1st July 1916’; 1914-15 Star (2.Lieut. O. A. Tunnicliffe, N. Staff. R.); British War and Victory Medals (Capt. O. A. Tunnicliffe) nearly extremely fine (4)

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Estimate: £1,400 - £1,800

Description: A Great War ‘Western Front’ M.C. group of five awarded to Lieutenant-Colonel H. Stedman, attached 56th Punjab Rifles and 1/4th Gurkhas, and later wounded in three places whilst leading his men in a frontal attack on a stockade during the Kuki Rising, 1917-1919 Military Cross, G.V.R. 1914-15 Star (Lt. H. Stedman, I.A.R.O.); British War and Victory Medals (2-Lt. H. Steadman [sic].) BWM partially officially corrected; India General Service 1908-35, 2 clasps, Waziristan 1919-21, Waziristan 1921-24, M.I.D. Oak Leaf (Capt. H. Stedman, 1-4 Grks.) cleaned, generally very fine (5)

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Estimate: £600 - £800

Description: A Great War M.C. group of five awarded to Major S. Dawson, Royal Field Artillery Military Cross, G.V.R., the reverse inscribed ‘Capt. S. Dawson R.F.A. Flanders’; British War and Victory Medals, with M.I.D. oak leaf (Major S. Dawson.); Order of the Crown of Belgium, 4th class with palme; Belgian Croix de Guerre, nearly extremely fine (5)

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Estimate: £2,400 - £2,800

Description: A Great War M.C., ‘Russian Intervention’ Order of St. Anne and Order of St. Vladimir group of twelve awarded to Lieutenant-Colonel E. A. Baring-Gould, Royal Engineers and Intelligence Corps, late Honourable Artillery Company, who served on the Staff of Sir Hubert Gough with the British Military Mission to the Baltic States, 1919-21 Military Cross, G.V.R., unnamed as issued; 1914-15 Star (429 Sjt. E. A. Baring Gould. H.A.C.); British War and Victory Medals, with M.I.D. oak leaves (Capt. E. A. Baring-Gould.); 1939-45 Star; Italy Star; France and Germany Star; Defence and War Medals 1939-45; France, Third Republic, Legion of Honour, Chevalier’s breast badge, 54mm including wreath suspension x 40mm, silver, gold appliqué, and enamel; Russia, Empire, Order of St. Anne, Second Class badge, and early ‘flat’ badge with dark red enamel arms, 38mm x 37mm, gold (56 zolotniki) an enamel, gold marks and date ‘1857’ to suspension loop, enamel damage to obverse and enamel chipping to reverse central medallions; Russia, Empire, Order of St. Stanislas, Military Division, Third Class badge, by Osipov, St. Petersburg, 40mm x 40mm, gold (56 zolotniki) and enamel, with gold mark and kokoshnik mark to suspension loop, and additional kokoshnik marks to tips of swords, enamel chipping to reverse central medallion, mounted for display purposes, the suspensions of the two Russian awards converted for uniform mounting purposes, generally very fine or better (12)

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Estimate: £1,000 - £1,400

Description: A Second War 1942 ‘Western Desert’ M.C. group of four to Second Lieutenant B. F. R. Harris, 171 Light Anti-Aircraft Battery, Royal Artillery, who led his troop with distinction, under heavy aerial bombardment, during an air raid on Martuba aerodrome, 21 March 1942 Military Cross, G.VI.R. reverse officially dated ‘1942’; 1939-45 Star; Africa Star; War Medal 1939-45, generally very fine or better (4)

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Estimate: £800 - £1,000

Description: A Second War 1943 ‘North Africa’ M.C. group of five to Captain R. B. Robinson, Royal Tank Regiment, Royal Armoured Corps, a gallant troop commander, who distinguished himself on foot and by track in the capture of enemy patrols and anti-tank guns Military Cross, G.VI.R. reverse officially dated ‘1943’; 1939-45 Star; Africa Star; Italy Star; War Medal 1939-45, with Royal Tank Regiment and Royal Armoured Corps cap badges, generally very fine (lot)

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Estimate: £1,200 - £1,600

Description: A Second War 1943 ‘Bomber Command’ D.F.C. group of six attributed to Flight Lieutenant R. P. Grimwood, Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve Distinguished Flying Cross, G.VI.R., reverse officially dated ‘1943’; 1939-45 Star ; Air Crew Europe Star; Italy Star; Defence and War Medals 1939-45, nearly extremely fine (6)

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Estimate: £1,600 - £2,000

Description: A Second War Lancaster pilot’s D.F.C. group of four to Flight Lieutenant A. C. Blackie, 576 Squadron, Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve, who flew in at least 30 operational sorties, including to Berlin and back 7 times Distinguished Flying Cross, G.VI.R., reverse officially dated ‘1944’; 1939-45 Star; Air Crew Europe Star; War Medal 1939-45, generally very fine or better (4)

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Estimate: £1,600 - £2,000

Description: A good Second War 1944 D.F.C. group of six to Wellington and Sterling Wireless Operator, Warrant Officer C. W. Higgs, 38 and 90 Squadrons, Royal Air Force, who flew in at least 68 operational sorties, including the 1st 1,000 Bomber Raid to Cologne, 30 May 1942, and the follow up raid to Essen, 1/2 June 1942 Distinguished Flying Cross, G.VI.R., reverse officially dated ‘1944’, and additionally engraved ‘Charles W. Higgs’; 1939-45 Star; Air Crew Europe Star, 1 copy clasp, France and Germany; Africa Star; Defence and War Medals 1939-45, generally very fine (6)

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Estimate: £1,600 - £2,000

Description: A fine Second War 1945 D.F.C. group of six awarded to Lancaster Pilot Flying Officer R. J. Gauvreau, Royal Canadian Air Force Distinguished Flying Cross, G.VI.R., reverse officially dated ‘1945’; 1939-45 Star; France and Germany Star; Defence Medal, Canadian issue in silver; Canadian Volunteer Service Medal, with Overseas Bar; War Medal 1939-45, Canadian issue in silver, nearly extremely fine (6)

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