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Single Orders and Decorations 87


The Most Excellent Order of the British Empire, C.B.E. (Military) Commander’s 2nd type neck badge, silver-gilt and enamel, with long section of neck riband for display purposes, of 21st Century manufacture, minor enamel damage to left hand arm, otherwise extremely fine


£180-£220 88 89 90


The Most Excellent Order of the British Empire, C.B.E. (Civil) Commander’s 2nd type lady’s shoulder badge, silver-gilt and enamel, on lady’s bow riband, of 21st Century manufacture, extremely fine


£200-£240


The Most Excellent Order of the British Empire, O.B.E. (Military), Officer’s 1st type breast badge, silver-gilt, hallmarks London 1918, good very fine


£100-£140 The O.B.E. awarded to S. C. Colvill Esq., Principal Finance Officer, Ministry of Education


The Most Excellent Order of the British Empire, O.B.E. (Civil) Officer’s 2nd type breast badge, silver-gilt, in Royal Mint case of issue, gilding almost all rubbed, otherwise good very fine


£100-£140


O.B.E. London Gazette 1 January 1952: Stanley Carlyle Colvill, Esq., Principal Finance Officer, Ministry of Education. Sold together with the named Bestowal Document, in scroll transmission tube.


91 The M.B.E. awarded to Junior Commander Eugenie V. Millar, Auxiliary Territorial Service


The Most Excellent Order of the British Empire, M.B.E. (Military) Member’s 2nd type lady’s shoulder badge, silver, on lady’s bow riband, in Royal Mint case of issue, nearly extremely fine


£140-£180 M.B.E. London Gazette 1 January 1946.


Eugenie Violet Millar was commissioned Second Subaltern in the Auxiliary Territorial Service on 28 August 1942, and served with the West Kent Sub District Group at Chatham during the Second World War. She was awarded the M.B.E. in the 1946 New Year’s Honours’ List, in part for the ‘splendid work which you did at Dover when in command of “A” Company during the troublous times when we were subjected to bombing, shelling, and V weapons.’ (letter with lot refers).


Sold together with the named Bestowal Document for the M.B.E.; named Buckingham Palace enclosure; Eastern Command Certificate of Appreciation of Good Services; and a letter to the recipient congratulating her on the award of the M.B.E. from Major-General E. G. Miles, C.B., D.S.O., M.C., dated 22 January 1946.


92


Distinguished Service Order, G.V.R., silver-gilt and enamel, with integral top riband bar, in Garrard, London, case of issue, minor green enamel damage to wreaths around central medallions, otherwise extremely fine


£600-£800 93 94 95 x96


Distinguished Service Order, G.VI.R., silver-gilt and enamel, reverse officially dated 1943, lacking integral top riband bar, minor white enamel chip to left hand arm of reverse, otherwise nearly extremely fine


£500-£700 Royal Red Cross, 1st Class (R.R.C.), G.V.R., silver-gilt, gold, and enamel, on lady’s bow riband, very fine £300-£400 Military Cross, G.V.R., unnamed as issued, good very fine £400-£500


Distinguished Flying Cross, G.VI.R., reverse officially dated 1944, in Royal Mint case of issue, sometime Rhodium plated, very fine


£700-£900


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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