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Est. £140Oct 15
Pair: Sapper B. Pilford, Royal EngineersQueen’s South Africa 1899-1902, 5 clasps, Cape Colony, Transvaal, Relief of Kimberley, Paardeberg, Driefontein, unofficial rivets affixing Transvaal clas
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Est. £200Oct 15
Three: Lieutenant D. Cushny, 2nd Battalion, Dorsetshire Regiment, who was killed in action during the Battle of Shaiba, Mespotamia, 14 April 19151914-15 Star (Lieut. D. Cushny. Dorset. R.); British Wa
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Est. £240Oct 15
Pair: Private E. Pattenden Kimberley Town GuardQueen’s South Africa 1899-1902, 1 clasp, Defence of Kimberley (Pte. E. Pattenden. Kimberley Town Gd:); Mayor of Kimberley’s Star 1899-1900,
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Est. £70Oct 15
Family Group:Four: Private W. Bendall, Royal Army Medical Corps1914-15 Star (60216. Pte. W. Bendall. R.A.M.C.); British War and Victory Medals (60216 Pte. W. Bendall. R.A.M.C.); Defence Medal, very fi
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Est. £60Oct 15
Pair: Private J. E. Ward, 7th Dragoon Guards1914 Star (5369 Pte J. E. Ward. 7/D. Gds.); Victory Medal 1914-19 (D-5369 Pte. J. E. Ward. 7-D. Gds.) generally very fine or better (2) £50-£60-
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Est. £80Oct 15
Three: Lance-Corporal A. Livingstone, Highland Light Infantry, who was killed in action on the Western Front on 27 August 19161914-15 Star (13460 L. Cpl. A. Livingstone. High. L.I.); British War and V
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Est. £80Oct 15
Three: Chief Petty Officer T. McEwan, Drake Battalion, Royal Naval Division, Royal Naval Volunteer Reserve, who died on the Western Front, 2 September 19161914-15 Star (C.Z.714 T. McEwan, C.P.O., R.N.
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Est. £80Oct 15
Three: Private E. H. Hulse, Army Service Corps1914 Star, with copy clasp (CMT-50 Pte E. H. Hulse. A.S.C.); British War and Victory Medals (CMT-50 Pte. E. H. Hulse. A.S.C.) generally very fine or bette
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Est. £90Oct 15
Pair: Lance Corporal H. W. Fox, 10th (Service) Battalion, Yorkshire Regiment, late Northumberland Fusiliers, who was killed in action on the Western Front, 25 November 1916British War and Victory Meda
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Est. £90Oct 15
Three: Private G. L. F. Butcher, 8th Battalion, Australian Imperial Force, who was killed in action on the Western Front on 26 July 19161914-15 Star (262 Pte. G. L. F. Butcher. 8/Bn. A.I.F.); British
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Est. £90Oct 15
Three: Private A. L. Barber, 20th (Blackheath and Woolwich) Battalion, London Regiment, who was killed in action on the Western Front on 24 May 19161914-15 Star (2941. Pte. A. L. Barber. 20-Lond. R.);
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Est. £90Oct 15
Three: Lance-Corporal S. A Graves, 7th Battalion, London Regiment, who was killed in action on the Western Front on 7 October 19161914-15 Star (1514. Pte. S. A. Graves. 7-Lond. R.); British War and Vi
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Pair: Private Andrew Hanley, 40th Foot, who was severely wounded at the storming of Badajoz and slightly wounded at the siege of Ciudad RodrigoMilitary General Service 1793-1814, 8 clasps, Talavera, Busaco, Vittoria, Pyrenees, Nivelle, Nive, Orthes, Toulouse (Andrew Hanly, 40th Foot.); Waterloo 1815 (Andrew Hanley, 1st Batt. 40th Reg. Foot.) fitted with contemporary replacement silver clip and silver bar suspension inscribed ‘Peninsula’ as often found to this regiment, attempted erasure of name on Waterloo medal but fully legible, edge bruising and contact marks, therefore good fine, the first very fine (2) £2,000-£2,600---Provenance: Spink’s list 1886; Colonel Fowler Collection, Glendining’s, September 1919, with ‘Talavera’ clasp in addition to those shown on the medal roll. It seems strange that he either did not claim or was not allowed the clasps for the two actions in which he was woundedAndrew Hanly/Hanley was born in the Parish of Killowen, County Roscommon, and enlisted for the 40th Foot at Kilkenny on 30 October 1807, aged 20, for unlimited service. ‘He served in the Peninsula, North America and at Waterloo; was severely wounded in the left hip at the Storming of Badajoz and slightly in the left hand at the Siege of Rodrigo; he suffers much from rheumatism.’ He was discharged at Chatham on 15 June 1824, ‘in consequence of constant uneasiness in the site of a gun shot wound, and chronic rheumatism. Severely wounded hip & hand at Badajoz & Rodrigo.’ He fought in Captain G. Morrow’s Company at Waterloo. Sold with copied discharge papers.------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 £2,000 - £2,600Aug 20, 2020
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