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Single Campaign Medals 369 370 x371


Sutlej 1845-46, for Moodkee 1845, no clasp (Sowar Munnoo Sing, 9th...) officially impressed naming, planchet at some point pierced and plugged, with suspension re-affixed, heavy edge bruising and contact marks, about fair £100-£140


New Zealand 1845-66, reverse undated (2041. John Simmons. 65th. Regt) very fine £280-£320


Entitled to clasps for Chilianwala and Goojerat. Punjab 1848-49, no clasp (W. Jackman, 3rd Lt. Dragns.) suspension refixed, edge bruising and contact marks, good fine


£140-£180 x372 x373


x374 375


Punjab 1848-49, 2 clasps, Chilianwala, Goojerat (W. Seymour, 3rd Lt. Dragns.) light contact marks, otherwise very fine £300-£360


South Africa 1834-53 (Michl. Cunningham, 2nd Regt.) nearly very fine South Africa 1834-53 (W. Wood. 1st Bn. Rifle Bde.) good very fine £280-£320 £280-£320


Baltic 1854-55 (Colonel. E. Rea, R.M.) depot impressed naming, nearly extremely fine


£400-£500


Edward Rea was commissioned 2nd Lieutenant in the Chatham Division of the Royal Marines on 3 February 1823; 1st Lieutenant, 12 October 1832; Captain, 19 March 1842; Major, 20 June 1854; Lieutenant-Colonel, 21 June 1854; Colonel, 6 February 1857; Colonel- Commandant, 11 August 1859; Major-General, 25 March 1862. He served with the R.M. Battalion on the north coast of Spain against the Carlists in 1837 and 1838; and with the combined expedition to the Baltic in 1854 (Medal, brevet of Major). Major-General Edward Rea died at Croydon on 14 December 1862, in his 58th year of age.


Sold with copied obituary notice from The Globe and Laurel, Harts Army List extracts, and a photocopied image of Rea as Commandant Chatham Division.


x376 377 378 Baltic 1854-55, unnamed as issued, light scratches to reverse field, otherwise good very fine Crimea 1854-56, no clasp (C. Davis.) engraved naming in an unattributed style, good very fine loose, minor edge bruising, nearly very fine £100-£140 £60-£80


Capon served with the 6th Battalion of Chasseurs in the French Army of the East during the Crimean War. Crimea 1854-56, no clasp (6e. Bon. de Chs. Capon. 2688.) contemporarily engraved naming, suspension claw slightly


£100-£140 379 x380 381


Crimea 1854-56, 1 clasp, Alma (2638. John Connoa. 1st. Battn. 1st. Royals.) Regimentally impressed naming, edge bruising, top suspension rivet missing and suspension consequently slack, nearly very fine


£120-£160


Crimea 1854-56, 1 clasp, Sebastopol (4086 Pte. Henry Farrer 21st R.N.B. Fusiliers.) depot impressed naming, clasp lacking lug at one side where re-affixed with solder, otherwise nearly very fine


£100-£140


Crimea 1854-56, 2 clasps, Sebastopol, Azoff (C. F. O. Basstoe. H.M.s. Agamemnon.) impressed naming of the style usually associated with this ship, edge bruising, good very fine


£500-£700 56 clasps for Azoff to H.M.S. Agamemnon, all issued with the same distinctive style of impressed naming.


Charles Frederick Holloway Basstoe was born in St. Pancras, London, in 1818 and first went to sea as an Apprentice in 1832. He served in H.M.S. Agamemnon in 1855, and died at sea in the S.S. Brightman on 12 December 1856. Sold with copied research.


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