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GSM / CSM / OSM GROUPS

Order Number: 2896
$775.00
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SCARCE //
 
A Very Scarce Two Clasp General Service Medal to Sapper Jakeway of the 1st (Airborne) Squadron Royal Engineers, a Unit that was Present at Arnhem.
General Service Medal, 1918-62, 2 clasps, Palestine 1945-48, Canal Zone (14465724 Spr. K. A. W. Jakeway, R.E.)
The medal, which is contained in its named card box of issue, is accompanied by various ephemera, cloth badges and athletic and shooting medals, including a printed cloth Pegasus badge, a printed cloth Royal Engineers shoulder title and embroidered Para wings. Confirmation, of his service with the 1st (Airborne) Squadron Royal Engineers, is shown in a photocopy of the Medal Roll, which is also with the medal. Aldershot District Athletic Association competition medallion 1950-51 winners, RE Egypt 1952 shooting medallion reverse 'Team Rapid winners', Royal Engineers Rifle Meeting Longmoor 1950 Medallion, Military train ticket Port Said.

Order Number: 2860
$498.00

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SCARCE PAIR //
GSM NAMED TO: 24402343. RGR. W.J. McBRIDE. ROYAL IRISH. (Royal Irish Rangers)
Clasp: NORTHERN IRELAND
Regimental medal
Condition: NEF.
Original Ribbons and Pins for wear.

Order Number: 5010
$1,475.00

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SCARCE //
AFGHANISTAN OSM named to: 25148072. LCPL. C.M.J. FREEBAIRN. R. ANGLIAN.
Clasp: AFGHANISTAN.
IRAQ MEDAL NAMED TO: 25148072. LCPL. C.M.J. FREEBAIRN. R. ANGLIAN.
Includes an ISAF medal. 
Mounted for wear with a clip back.
Condition: NEF.

Order Number: 2895
$800.00

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KUWAIT MEDAL //
GSM named to: 24547927. LBDR. K. BROOKS. ROYAL ARTILLERY.
Clasp: NORTHERN IRELAND.
KUWAIT medal named to: 24547927. BDR. K. BROOKS. ROYAL ARTILLERY..
Clasp: 16 JANUARY TO 28 FEBUARY 1991.
Condition: NEF.

Order Number: 5012
$995.00

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SCARCE // TO A GUNNER // 
GULF WAR GSM MEDAL NAMED TO: 24851754. GUNNER. M.A. KING. ROYAL ARTILLERY.
Clasp: 16 JAN. 26 FEB. 1991.
GSM MEDAL NAMED TO: 24851754. GUNNER. M.A. KING. ROYAL ARTILLERY.
Clasp: NORTHERN IRELAND.
U.N. Medal
Mounted for wear with a Pin Back.
Condition: VF.

Order Number: 5021
$1,500.00

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AFGHANISTAN OSM group to: 25184218. FUSILIER. J. I. GRAY. ROYAL. WELSH.
Clasp: AFGHANISTAN
Same roll number and naming on Iraq medal.
KOSOVO medal is unnamed as issued.
Condition NEF.

Order Number: 5015
$2,250.00

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SCARCE // to the 5th INNIS DRAGOONS // Only 31 medals with clasp awarded to this regiment //
 
GULF WAR MEDAL NAMED TO: 24710445. TPR. P.J. ROBERTSON. 5. INNIS. DRAGOONS.
Clasp: 16 JAN. 26 FEB. 1991.
SCARCE GSM MEDAL NAMED TO: 24710445. TPR. P.J. ROBERTSON. 5. INNIS. DRAGOONS.
Clasp: NORTHERN IRELAND
NATO medal UNPROFER , OP GRAPPLE & OPERATION LODESTAR.
Comes with KUWAIT & SAUDI ARABIAN medals.
Original boxes.
Enlistment number near March 1984.
Comes research.
Mounted for wear with a pin back.
Condition: GVF.

Order Number: 5023
$895.00
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A Modern Welsh Guards Grouping
 
A Campaign Service Medal clasp Northern Ireland, NATO clasp Former Yugoslavia, NATON clasp Non Article 5, IRAQ no clasp and Golden Jubilee 2002 Campaign Medal group to Lance Sergeant K R Jones, Welsh Guards
Campaign Service Medal E2 clasp Northern Ireland
25054038 GDSM K L Jones WG
NATO Medal clasp Former Yugoslavia
Unnamed as issued
NATO Medal clasp Non Article 5
Unnamed as issued
IRAQ Medal No Clasp
25054038 L/Cpl K L Jones WG
Queen Elizabeth 2 Golden Jubilee 2002
Unnamed as issued
Condition: NEF

Order Number: 5030
$1,100.00

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Korea/Malaya trio named to: R.M. 7859. W. Carroll. MNE.HMS Belfast (ship is now a floating museum on the Thames)
Clasp: MALAYA
Condition: GVF
KOREA medal named to: R.M. 7859. W. Carroll. MNE.
Comes with confirmation of the Korea medal.

Order Number: 5034
$2,850.00

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SCARCE //
PARA REGT / IRAQ AND NORTHERN IRELAND
25092271 Pte L N D Davies PARA
Campaign Service Medal E2 clasp Northern Ireland
25092271 Pte L N D Davies PARA
IRAQ Medal clasp 19 Mar to 28 Apr 2003
NATO Medal clasp 'KOSOVO'
Unnamed as issued
Condition: NEF. The group mounted court style for display with details supplied by the recipient.
Private Davies served in Kosovo in 1999 with 'D' Company 3rd Battalion The Parachute Regiment attached 1st Battalion. He served in Northern Ireland with the 3rd Battalion from October 1999 to March 2000 and again on his second tour from May 2004 to October 2004. Davies served with 'D' Company 3rd Battalion for the invasion of IRAQ from 19 March to 1 June 2003, on leaving the Army Davies was employed as a close protection bodyguard in IRAQ. With four colour photos of the Machine Gun Platoon one on training exercise in Kenya the other three in the UK, recipient identified.

Order Number: 5033
$1,295.00

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Pair IRAQ & NORTHERN IRELAND named to: 25143100. Ranger T R Brown 1st Battalion Royal Irish Regiment
IRAQ Medal clasp 19 Mar to 28 Apl 2003
25143100 RGR T R Brown R Irish
Campaign Service Medal E2 clasp Northern Ireland
Condition: NEF.
The 1st Battalion Royal Irish Regiment took part in the invasion of Southern IRAQ commanded by Lt Colonel Tim Collins who was to be awarded the OBE his experiences published in his book "Rules of Engagement A Life of Conflict".
The Pair mounted court style as worn. The IRAQ Medal laser naming the CSM impressed naming

Order Number: 5031
$4,500.00
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EXTREMELY SCARCE //
 
A fine NATO Macedonia, Operational Service Medal E2 Afghanistan and Campaign Service Medal E2 clasp Northern Ireland to Private Jonathan Reeve 2nd Battalion The Parachute Regiment who enlisted in September 1999, deployed to Macedonia to disarm the rebel Nationalist Army, completed two tours of Northern Ireland and was
WOUNDED in AFGHANISTAN, discharged from the Army in October 2005
NATO Medal for Macedonia
Unnamed as issued
Operational Service Medal E2 clasp Afghanistan
25097711 Pte J A Reeve PARA
Campaign Service Medal E2 clasp Northern Ireland
25097711 Pte J A Reeve PARA . The Operational & Campaign Service Medals impressed naming the group mounted court style as worn in what appears to be the wrong order should be NATO, CSM then OSM. With a copy of Reeve's Certificate of Service...............
Jonathan A Reeve was born 24 June 1979 and enlisted into the Army at Birmingham 13 September 1999 he passed his All Armes Pre Parachute Selection Course 15 February 2000 and his basic parachute course 11 May 2000 discharged from the Army 21 October 2005.
In August 2001 the 2nd Battalion was part of the NATO 'Operation Essential Harvest' in Macedonia to disarm the rebel Nationalist Army, next taking part in Operation Veritas in Afghanistan the 2nd Battalion deployed into the capital Kabul January 2002 to assist NATO's ISAF. They were there to help ISAF provide security and stability following the American led mission to oust the Taliban. The tour was such a success the 2nd Battalion was awarded the Wilkinson Sword of Peace for its efforts. The 2nd Battalion completed two tours of Northern Ireland 2000 to 2003 Operation Banner (NIBAT) December 2000 to 1 June 2001 (6 months) and NIBAT1 September 2002 to May 2003 (8 months).
'Private Reeve enlisted into the Army in September 1999. He applied to join the Parachute Regiment and completed his training at the Infantry Training Centre in Catterick, where he passed arduous Pre-Parachute Selection. He moved to RAF Brize Norton where he gained his Military Parachute Qualification and became eligible to serve with the Parachute Regiment. Private Reeve was posted to the 2nd Battalion The Parachute Regiment. During his career he has completed operational deployments to Macedonia, Northern Ireland and Afghanistan where he was wounded on operational duties. He further deployed on overseas training exercises in Belize and Kenya. Due to his operational experience he has been awarded the 'NATO Macedonia Medal', 'General Service Medal 1962 clasp Northern Ireland' and 'Operational Service Medal Afghanistan'.
Private Reeve is a likable and intelligent individual, who has shown himself to be quick to learn and able to complete tasks with only the minimum of supervision. In his time in the Army, he had displayed the ability to act promptly and independently in the most demanding of circumstances. He has shown to be a hard working soldier and one who contributes positively to group activities. Private Reeve has displayed commitment to the Army but recently felt that his future lies outside of the Armed Forces. His character traits make him easy to employ and work with. He has coped with pressure and hard work, assimilating new skills quickly and tackling change in a positive way. These attributes coupled with an ability to work successfully as a member of a team make him widely employable. He will undoubtably make a success of whatever career path he chooses in the future'.
Condition: NEF

Order Number: 5014
$1,275.00
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SCARCE // to the QUEEN'S OWN HIGHLANDERS //
 
GULF WAR MEDAL NAMED TO: 24824328. PTE. J.P. TURNER. QUEENS OWN HIGHLANDERS.
Clasp: 16 JAN. 26 FEB. 1991.
Comes with KUWAIT & SAUDI ARABIAN medals.
Original boxes.
GSM MEDAL NAMED TO: 24824328. PTE. J.P. TURNER. QUEENS OWN HIGHLANDERS.
Clasp: NORTHERN IRELAND
Pte. Turner was Milan Unit attached to the RRF Battle Group call signs 44A, he was directly involved in the Military Cross action of Lt. Briselden.
EARLY ENLISTMENT 1989.
Comes with a number of pages on the story of the regiment during Desert Storm which mentions Pte. Turner QO Highlanders.
Mounted for wear with a pin back.
Condition: GVF.
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Order Number: 5035
$2,975.00
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South Atlantic Medal with Rosette, Campaign Service, NORTHERN ISLAND medal and Long Service & Good Conduct Medal to Master at Arms M J 'Walley' Hammond, Royal Navy who served aboard HMS Glamorgan during the Falklands War, severely damaged by a land launched Exocet Missile on 12 June 1982, Glamorgan lost thirteen of her crew killed and many more wounded
 
South Atlantic Medal with Rosette
RPO M J Hammond D101172E HMS Glamorgan
Campaign Service Medal NORTHERN ISLAND clasp GULF (comes with original box of issue with paper inside)
AMAA M J Hammond D101172E
Long Service & Good Conduct Medal E2 Royal Navy
RPO M J Hammond D101172E RN
Condition: NEF
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The South Atlantic Medal and Long Service & Good Conduct Medal mounted as originally worn the Campaign Service Medal clasp GULF in named card box of issue his rating Acting Master at Arms.
At the start of the Falklands campaign Glamorgan was already at sea off Gibraltar about to take part in exercises, she was immediately diverted to join the main Royal Navy task force, and served as flagship for Admiral Sandy Woodward during the voyage south until 15 April, when he transferred his flag to HMS Hermes. Her most useful armament proved to be her remaining twin 4.5-inch (114 mm) guns, which were used primarily to shell enemy positions on shore.Glamorgan was first in action on the evening and night of 1 May when she joined forces with HMS Arrow and HMS Alacrity to bombard Argentine positions around Stanley. The three British ships soon came under attack by three IAI Jagger Jets; two 500 lb bombs fell close alongside Glamorgan, causing minor underwater damage.
On 14 May she was again in action, this time supporting British special forces on Pebble Island in the west of the Falklands, and for the next two weeks until the end of May she was almost continuously engaged bombarding various shore positions on the east of the islands mainly as part of a plan to distract attention from the landings at San Carlos Water but also against the airfield at Stanley and in support of British forces ashore. She even fired a Seaslug missile at the airstrip. At the beginning of June, the task force having been reinforced with other ships, Glamorgan was detached to protect shipping in the Towing, Repair and Logistics Area (TRALA), some 200 miles (320 km) away from the islands, but as the campaign reached a climax she was recalled in the evening of 11 June to support the Royal Marines fighting the Battle of Two Sisters.
 
Regulating Petty Officer (RPO) Hammond on board HMS Glamorgan
Missile damage to the hanger of HMS Glamorgan thirteen of her crew were killed and many more wounded
At 0637 the following morning, Saturday 12 June 1982, Glamorgan was attacked with an MM38 Exocet missile which was fired from an improvised shore-based launcher. The incoming Exocet missile was being tracked on both the bridge and operations room radar by the Principal Warfare Officer and Navigation Officer. Before the missile impact, the ship was moving at high speed, executing a turn fast enough to be able to turn rapidly away from the missile in the limited time available, a few seconds, the Exocet struck the port side adjacent to the hangar near the stern. The turn prevented the missile from striking the ship's side at right angles and penetrating, instead it hit the deck coaming at an angle, near to the port Seacat launcher, skidded on the deck and exploded. This made a 10ft by 15ft hole in the hangar deck and a 5ft by 4ft hole in the galley area below, where a fire started. The blast travelled forwards and down. The missile body, still traveling forwards, penetrated the hangar door, causing the fully fueled and armed Wessex helicopter to explode and start a severe fire in the hangar. Thirteen crew members were killed and more wounded. The ship was under way again with all fires extinguished by 1000. On the following day, repairs were made at sea and, after the Argentinian surrender on 14 June, more extensive repairs were undertaken in the sheltered bay of San Carlos Water. She sailed for home on 21 June, and re-entered Portsmouth on 10 July 1982 after 104 days at sea.

Order Number: 5036
$2,975.00

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SCARCE GROUPING //
Five: Corporal G. Walker, The Scotts, late Argyll & Sutherland Highlanders.
GSM 1962 25084319. Pte. Pte. G. WALKER. A. & S. H.
IRAQ MEDAL named to: 25084319. LCPL. G. WALKER. A & S Highlanders.
Operational Service Medal named to: 25084319. CPl. G. WALKER. Scots.
Jubilee 2002 Medal.
Accumulated Campaign Service Medal G. Walker. Scotts. 25084319.
Condition: NEF.
Mounted for wear.

Order Number: 5047
$2,650.00

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SCARCE GROUPING //
Operational Service Medal E2  Afghanistan named to: 24970081. Lance-Corporal J. Hester, Royal Regiment of Fusiliers, late Tyne Tees Regiment (Iraq named to Tyne Tees and scarce).
Clasp: AFGHANISTAN
IRAQ medal named to: 24970081. Pte. J. Hester. TYNE TEES.
NATO Medal clasp KOSOVO with #3 on ribbon.
Unnamed as issued
NATO clasp ISAF
Unnamed as issued
Queen Elizabeth 2 Golden Jubilee 2002
Unnamed as issued
Condition: NEF
MOUNTED FOR WEAR.

Order Number: 5043
$1,250.00

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GREAT GROUPING / GULF WAR
Gulf medal named to: 24824328 PTE J P TURNER. R.A. (ROYAL ARTILLERY)
LONG SERVICE & GOOD CONDUCT medal named to: 24824328 SGT. J P TURNER. R.A.
2pc QOHldr Op Granby, Briselden action
Condition: NEF.
Comes with Turner's mini's.
Medals and mini's are court mounted for wear.

Order Number: 5048
$2,150.00

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Operational Service Medal E2  Afghanistan named to: 25066812. Lance-Corporal L. S. Shaw, Royal Tank Regiment
Clasp: AFGHANISTAN
IRAQ medal named to: TPR. L. S. Shaw, Royal Tank Regiment.
Clasp: 1ST MAR. 28 APR. 12003
NATO Medal clasp KOSOVO
Unnamed as issued
Condition: NEF
MOUNTED FOR WEAR.

Order Number: 5056
$2,350.00

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FALKLANDS AND NORTHERN IRELAND MEDAL.
24599335. PRESTIDGE. WELSH GUARDS.
COMES WITH COPY OF RED BOOK. THIS IS RARE TO FIND WITH MODERN MEDALS.
SERVED IN NORTHERN IRELAND 04 MARCH 86 TO 20 JUNE 86.
MEDLAS MOUNTED IN PROPER ORDER FOR WEAR.
Condition: NEF.

Order Number: 5055
$4,695.00

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SCARCE /
FALKLANDS, GULF WAR AND NORTHERN IRELAND GROUP NAMED TO:
24530771. WELSH GUARDS. D.P. HOWARD.
ONLY
24 WELSH GUARDS PARTICIPATED IN THE GULF WAR.
LCPL. HOWARED IS THE MAN IN THE REAR CORNER OF THE PHOTO WITH PRINCE CHARLES TO THE LEFT.
 
Condition: NEF.

Order Number: 5018
$1,195.00
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SCARCE //
 
GULF WAR MEDAL NAMED TO: 24795572. J. MC. GUINESS. 14/20 KING'S HUSSARS.
Clasp: 16 JAN. 26 FEB. 1991.
Op Granby, one of the few men from the Battalions of the RTR to bring the 14th/20th Hussars up to strength, in an attached roll during the Gulf War. 14th/20th Hussars
 
GSM MEDAL NAMED TO:24795572. J. MC. GUINESS. KRH.
Clasp: NORTHERN IRELAND
Enlistment number late 1986 or early 1987.
1994 LCPL. J. MCGUINESS LISTED IN "TACTICAL OPERATIONS", OPERATIONAL TOUR OF THE NORTHERN IRELAND PROVINCE IN NORTH BELFAST, AS INFANTRY JULY 1994 - JANUARY 1995, PROMOTED TO CPL AND LISTED IN HQ CQN TAC OPS, DURING OP BANNER IN DESERT STORM.
Comes with photos of the medal recipient during Desert Storm (next to his armored vehicle) and NI.
Comes research.
His name appears on the Nominal Roll and in The Kings Royal Hussars Regimental Journal.
Mounted for wear with a pin back.
Condition: GVF.
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Order Number: 5019
$1,685.00
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SCARCE group to the LANCERS // Comes with the man's personal items including a Penant //
 
GULF WAR MEDAL NAMED TO: 24522867. TPR. D.P. CHADWICK. 17/21 LANCERS.
Clasp: 16 JAN. 26 FEB. 1991.
 
GSM MEDAL NAMED TO: 24522867. TPR. D.P. CHADWICK. 17/21 LANCERS.
Clasp: NORTHERN IRELAND
Mounted for wear with a pin back.
Condition: GVF.

 

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