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Est. £200Aug 20
Air Crew Europe Star, very fine £160-£200------For more information, additional images and to bid on this lot please go to the auctioneers website, www.dnw.co.uk
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Est. £70Aug 20
1939-45 Star; Atlantic Star; Africa Star; Pacific Star; Burma Star; Italy Star; France and Germany Star; Defence Medal; War Medal 1939-45; together with 4 clasps, 8th Army, North Africa 1942-43, Burma
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Est. £280Aug 20
General Service 1962-2007, 4 clasps, Borneo, Malay Peninsula, South Arabia, Northern Ireland (23854767 Pte. M. Waugh. KOYLI.) mounted as worn, nearly very fine £240-£280---James Malcolm W
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Est. £220Aug 20
Egypt and Sudan 1882-89, dated reverse, 2 clasps, Suakin 1885, Tofrek (41/1679. Pte. C. Mapson. 1 Berks: R.) edge bruise and light pitting from star, otherwise very fine £180-£220------Fo
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Est. £260Aug 20
China 1842 (John Holland, 49th Regiment Foot.) original suspension, heavy edge bruising and contact marks, naming weak in places, worn £200-£260---John Holland was born at St Albans, Hertf
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Est. £700Aug 20
Punjab 1848-49, 2 clasps, Chilianwala, Goojerat (W. Middleton, 24th Foot.) good very fine £600-£700---William Middleton was wounded at Chilianwala, 13 January 1849, and died on 26 October
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Est. £400Aug 20
Queen’s South Africa 1899-1902, 1 clasp, Talana (C. R. Baker. Dundee Tn: Gd:) nearly extremely fine £300-£400---Sold with copied medal roll extract.------For more information, addi
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Est. £800Aug 20
South Africa 1877-79, 1 clasp, 1877-8-9 (1175 Pte. G. S. Stainsby, 2-24th Foot.) small official correction to regimental number, good very fine £600-£800---Provenance: Bought Baldwin, May
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Est. £140Aug 20
General Service 1962-2007, 1 clasp, Radfan (054903 A. Percival. Ck. (S.) R.N.) extremely fine £100-£140------For more information, additional images and to bid on this lot please go to th
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Est. £180Aug 20
Queen’s South Africa 1899-1902, 1 clasp, Defence of Kimberley (Pte. Z. B. Bayly. Kimberley Town Gd.) first initial crudely altered from ‘J’ to ‘Z’, otherwise nearly ex
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Est. £320Aug 20
British South Africa Company Medal 1890-97, reverse Rhodesia 1896, 1 clasp, Mashonaland 1897 (Trpr. W. J. Smyth. Matabele. R.F.) nearly extremely fine £280-£320---Mashonaland clasp is not
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Est. £400Aug 20
East and West Africa 1887-1900, 1 clasp, 1900 (25773 Sapr. W. T. Vale. N. Nigeria Regt.) extremely fine £300-£400---30 British officers and 28 other ranks are shown on the roll for the cla
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Lot 0477 Details

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The Zulu War medal awarded to Private Edward McNulty, 3/60th Foot, who was afterwards killed in action during the First Boer War in the disaster at Ingogo River on 8 February 1881South Africa 1877-79, 1 clasp, 1879 (3361. Pte. E. McNulty. 3/60th Foot.) nearly extremely fine £1,800-£2,200---Private Edward McNulty was killed in action at Ingogo River on 8 February 1881.The following extract is taken from Rifleman and Hussar, by Colonel Sir Percival Marling, V.C., C.B.:‘About 2.30 p.m. Sir George Colley sent Captain McGregor, R.E., to Colonel Ashburnham with a message that he was to send a company of the 60th Rifles out to the left, as he thought the Boers were going to rush the position. Colonel Ashburnham pointed out to the Staff Officer that ‘I’ Company were the only reserve he had, and asked would not half a company be sufficient. The Staff Officer replied “My orders are, sir, from the General, that you are to send a company, and if you will let me have them I will show you where to go. This company, ‘I’, was commanded by Lieutenant Garrett, the other subaltern being Lieutenant Beaumont. The Staff Officer, Captain McGregor, went out with them, mounted. There is no doubt that he took them farther than he should have done. Captain McGregor, R.E., was himself killed. It was inevitable, considering the mark he presented. ‘I’ Company and the Boers were now only about 50 yards apart. Garrett was killed quite early, and every man in the company except 9 was either killed or wounded. Nothing could have been more gallant than their behaviour, many of them being quite young soldiers.’Casualties in the 3/60th at Ingogo River amounted to 4 officers and 61 other ranks killed or died of wounds, a few of whom were drowned. A further 2 officers and 53 other ranks were wounded.------For more information, additional images and to bid on this lot please go to the auctioneers website, www.dnw.co.uk
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Estimate £1,800 - £2,200Jul 16, 2020
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