First World War Medals in Groups

British War Medal and Victory Medal Pairs

M.01 LZ 6237 J.W.D. Phillips A.B. - Royal Naval Volunteer Reserve

The Medal Roll (copy of entry supplied) confirms the entitlement.

Minor discoloration to the Victory Medal, otherwise
GVF
£45.00
M.02 28779 Pte. A. Gully - Gloucestershire Regiment

The Medal Index Card (copy supplied) confirms the entitlement.

Minor discoloration to the Victory Medal, otherwise
GVF
£45.00
M.03 28224 Pte. A.G. Tye - Gloucestershire Regiment

The Medal Index Card (copy supplied) confirms the entitlement, and shows later service with the Royal Engineers (318281 & WR/327416). It also shows the award of a Silver War Badge.

The SWB Roll (copy of entry supplied) shows that he enlisted on the 12th May 1916, was discharged from the Royal Engineers, due sickness, on the 23rd January 1919, aged 26, and was awarded Badge # B.118429.

The 1911 Census (copy of entry also supplied) shows him as a carpenter living with his parents in Northleach Gloucestershire.

The War Medal is nicely toned.
NEF
£48.00
M.04 221736 Spr. B.H. Marshall - Royal Engineers

The Medal Index Card (copy supplied) confirms the entitlement.

Medals are mounted loose-style, as worn.
GVF
£40.00

1945-15 Star Trio

M.05 J.13338 C.W. Miller, A.B. – Royal Navy

Number is J.13388 on the Star.

Christopher William Miller was born in Paddington, London, in January 1894, and was a 'car man' when he enlisted on his 18th birthday in 1912. Pre-war he served on various ships including the battleship HMS "Commonwealth" and the armoured cruiser HMS "Duke of Edinburgh". Much of his WW1 service was on the scout cruiser HMS "Fearless". He was discharged in May 1920 and joined the Royal Fleet Reserve.

A typical Old Salt's medal group: polishing, contact marks and a few edge 'digs' – mostly to the Victory Medal
VF+
£60.00

Other First World War Groups

M.06 Three: William W. Stephenson

British War Medal & Victory Medal (2. Lieut. W.W. Stephenson) and Geo.V (2nd type) Special Constabulary Long Service Medal with "Long Service 1941" clasp. The medal is correctly named Staff Sergt. William W. Stephenson.

WW1 entitlement is confirmed by the Medal Roll (copy of entry provided) which shows that he served with the Labour Corps.

The medals, which are mounted loose-style, as worn are in good (GVF) condition – just some light contact marks.
GVF
£85.00

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