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Long Service Medals 553


Royal Navy L.S. & G.C., G.VI.R., 1st issue (J.102086 W. P. Thomas. A/P.O. Tel. H.M.S. Barham) ship partially officially corrected, nearly extremely fine


£70-£90


William Patrick Thomas was born in Queenstown, Ireland, on 21 March 1905 and served in the Royal Navy as a Chief Petty Officer Telegraphist throughout the Second World War, being awarded the Distinguished Service Medal for his gallantry during the Withdrawal from Crete (London Gazette 8 January 1942).


He was awarded his Long Service and Good Conduct Medal on 21 February 1938. He was shore pensioned on 8 November 1945, but re-entered the Royal Navy on 10 February 1949, and was awarded a Second Award Bar to his L.S. & G.C. on 27 September 1956. He was finally shore pensioned on 8 July 1966; in addition to his Second War service he also received the Naval General Service medal with claps Palestine 1936-39.


Sold with copied Record of Service. 554 555 Royal Navy L.S. & G.C., E.II.R., 2nd issue (0.2554 Tsang Chi Pui. Std. H.M.S. Euryalus.) nearly extremely fine £60-£80


Tsang Chi Pui served as a Chinese Steward on the Far East Squadron, and was awarded his Long Service and Good Conduct Medal in 1965.


Naval Engineers’ Good Conduct Medal 1842-46 (Mr. William Dunkin, First Class Engineer) with loop and small ring suspension, an 1875 restrike, good very fine, rare


£400-£500 Provenance: Spink, December 1986. Only seven Naval Engineers’ Good Conduct Medals were awarded during the medal’s short existence 1842-46.


William Dunkin was awarded his Naval Engineers’ Good Conduct Medal in 1842, whilst serving as First Class Engineer in H.M.S. Gleaner. For further information on the recipient, and this medal, see Naval Medals 1793-1856 by Captain K. J. Douglas-Morris.


Note: The recipient’s original medal, sold at Glendining’s in November 1933, formed part of the Captain K. J. Douglas-Morris Collection of Naval Medals. Both the original medal, and the later striking offered here, are identically named, and both are illustrated in Naval Medals 1793-1856 by Captain K. J. Douglas-Morris.


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Royal Air Force L.S. & G.C., E.II.R., 2nd issue (Y4238581 Sgt J R Flower RAF); Air Efficiency Award, G.VI.R., 1st issue (W/O. A. E. Cook (740221) R.A.F.V.R.) edge nicks to latter, good very fine (2)


£80-£120


Volunteer Officers’ Decoration, V.R. cypher, silver and silver-gilt, hallmarks for London 1892, with integral top riband bar, good very fine


£100-£140


Volunteer Force Long Service Medal, V.R. (No.88 - Corpl - C. Brampton 2nd V.B. Wilts- Regt.) engraved naming, good very fine


£100-£140


Charles Brampton was born at Hyson Green, Nottingham, on 5 February 1828, and was a famous Nottinghamshire cricketer in the 1850s and 60s, playing First Class cricket at Trent Bridge for 13 seasons, as well as representing the Players against the Gentlemen at Lord’s in 1859; and appearing for both the Marylebone Cricket Club and various All England XIs.


In 1959 he was appointed the cricket professional at Marlborough College, and remained in active service there for more than twenty years; he also served with the Wiltshire Volunteers, and was awarded the Long Service Medal.


He died in Marlborough on 12 June 1895. 559 560 561 562


Volunteer Force Long Service Medal, V.R. (Pte. R. Dundas. S.V.B.R.S.) engraved naming, suspension claw re-pinned, nearly very fine


£60-£80


Volunteer Force Long Service Medal (2), V.R., unnamed as issued; another, E.VII.R. (4398 Gnr. W. Barnes. 4th Lanc. R. G.A.V.) generally nearly very fine or better (2)


£80-£120


Volunteer Force Long Service Medal, E.VII.R. (1098 Sjt: G. H. Bimson. 2/Cheshire R.E.V.) impressed naming, minor edge bruise and edge nick, nearly extremely fine


£50-£70 Pair: Sergeant Thomas Buxey, 2nd Volunteer Battalion, Hampshire Regiment


Imperial Service Medal, G.V.R., Circular issue, 1st ‘coinage head’ issue (Thomas Buxey); Volunteer Force Long Service Medal, E.VII.R. (547 Serjt: T. Buxey. 2nd V.B. Hamp. Regt.) impressed naming, good very fine (2)


£80-£100 I.S.M. London Gazette 12 March 1929: ‘Buxey, Thomas, Proof Examiner, Publication Division, Ordnance Survey, Southampton.’ www.dnw.co.uk all lots are illustrated on our website and are subject to buyers’ premium at 24% (+VAT where applicable)


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