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November 16, 1994
London, United Kingdom
Description: An Historic Aviation Relic, namely one of the insignia [recognition] crosses cut from the fuselage of Baron von Richthofen's famous red triplane which was brought down behind the allied lines on 21 April 1918 and in which he was fatally wounded; the painted canvas panel (approximately 27in. wide x 22in. high) depicting the later style of " Balkenkreuz" but showing traces of the underlying original type. Wear commensurate with both age and the materials of construction, framed and glazed for display, a remarkable trophy of one of the most celebrated wartime aviators of the century. (Refer to Department for estimate; contact Richard O'Callaghan, 071 629 6602 for full information regarding this lot only)View additional info
Description: The Most Honourable Order of the Bath (C.B.), Military Division, Companion's neck badge, in silver-gilt and enamel. Nearly extremely fine. E300-350 1View additional info
Description: The Royal Victorian Order ( C.V.O.), Commander's neck badge, in silver-gilt and enamel (rev. numbered C522), in Collingwood's fitted case of issue; together with Delhi Durbar, 1911, silver medals (2-both unnamed as issued), one with riband bow for lady's wear. Generally extremely fine. E280-320 3 Sold with C.V.0 (and also K.C.I. E.) Warrants to Sir Charles Stevenson-Moore, K.C.I.E. (1920), C.V.0 ( 1912), late Indian Civil Service (Bengal). The two Delhi Durbar medals are attributed to this recipient and hcs wife.View additional info
Description: The Most Excellent Order of the British Empire ( C.B.E.), Civil Division, Commander's neck badge, type 2; together with original warrant to Arthur Cecil Lockwood Morrison, 1 January 1944 Extremely fine. (E100-120 1 Morrison served as Senior Chief Clerk of the Metropolitan Police Courts.View additional info
Description: - ( M.B.E.), Military Division, Member's breast badge, type 2, extremely fine, in fitted case of issue; Three to Sergeant R. E. Astell, R.A.: B.W.M. '& Victory Medal, Army L.S. & G.C., Geo. V. Four to Corporal A. Griffiths, R.F.A.: 1914/15 Star trio, Territorial Efficiency Medal. Very fine or better. E70-90 7View additional info