A 'First Day Somme' Victory Medal for sale to Lance Corporal William Cann, Devonshire Regiment. Condition report: The Somme Medal in excellent overall condition, complete with silk ribbon showing light use. Notes on Lance Corporal William Cann: Cann was killed in action on the first day of the Somme. He is remembered on the Thiepval Memorial Buried Sheffield. £1550. A Single MILITARY MEDAL (1st Day of The Somme ) To: 17180 L/Cpl Arthur J Hill. 9th York & Lancs Regt. Wounded 1st July 1916 & Fatally Wounded on 8th March 1917. DIED of wounds on 15th March 1917. Buried Sheffield. View Item. AN UNUSUAL 1st DAY of THE SOMME 1914-15 CASUALTY TRIO Ww1 british war medal.1st day of somme. Officer casualty victory medal ww1 named; 2. ww1 battle of marne & somme commemorative medals including the official numbered certificates to sergeant edward ellis, coldstream guards. This item is in excellent condition and comes with box and instructions. Details: british, medal, somme, casualty, listing. A RARE BAYONET TRENCH (CASUALTY) MILITARY MEDAL,1914 STAR & BAR TRIO,With Photo, Scroll, Papers & Super Rare Original Citation. 8161 Pte J.MOFFAT. 2/Royal Scots Fus, KILLED IN ACTION, 12th OCTOBER 1916 An Interesting WW1 Somme Casualty Officer's Medal Pair to 2nd Lieutenant George Boyd, Killed in Action 13th July, 1916, the Royal Engineers (936) 135.00 Quick Vie
Watching prices on a well-known auction site over the years I am aware that there is a large number of collectors who collect 1st Day of the Somme medals. Far more than ordinary WW1 medal collectors. That day resonates with most people interested in WW1 and my guess is that this single 1914/5 star would command a price of £150 - £200 A first world war Somme casualty medal pair to 8593 Corporal William Arthur Frederick Cuthbert, 90th Coy, Machine Gun Corps (Infantry). British War Medal named to 8593 Cpl. W. Cuthbert. M.G.C. WW1 Victory Medal named to 8593 Cpl. W. Cuthbert. M.G.C. Killed In Action - 3rd July 1916 (Somme) The medals are in good condition. Comes with research
A first world war first day of the Somme casualty medal group to 70067 Gunner Frank Unsworth, 'B' Bty. 83rd Bde. Royal Field Artillery. 1914-15 Star named to 70067.Gnr Description. A Great War Officers, Battle of the Somme, Casualty Trio awarded to Lieutenant Vernon Orlando Jones, 112th Brigade, Royal Field Artillery, who was demobilised with a Silver War Badge in 1919 comprising 1914-15 Star, (2 WW1 MEDALS & DEATH PLAQUES from Tommy's Militaria. WW1 British Death Plaque: Frederick Harlow died Dec 1915 Gallipol A First War Victory Medal to Private Hood; First Day of the Battle of the Somme Casualty. (23924 PTE. A. HOOD. W. YORK. R.). Naming is officially impressed. Contact marks, surface wear, near very fine. Footnote: 23924 Private Alfred Hood was born in Harrogate, Yorkshire, the son of Mrs. Margaret Ann Hood of 11, Powell St., Harrogate
Item Number: 714. 1914-15 TRIO & PLAQUE TO 2797 PTE J DAWSON . 7TH RIFLE BRIGADE. KIA 19TH AUGUST 1916 F&F. FROM MANCHESTER. BURIED DELVILLE WOOD CEMETERY. Add to cart. Add to wishlist. Casualty Medals. CASUALTY MEDALS TO T SANDERSON. £ 75.00 British War and Victory Medals, extremely fine (3) Details A 1914 Trio to Private J. Warr, 1st Formerly 2nd Battalion, Lancashire Fusiliers, a Casualty on the First Day of the Battle of the Somme , 1914 Star (2/Lan:Fus.)
Seller: jb_military_antiques_14 ️ (15,418) 100%, Location: 2/135 Russell St, Morley, Perth, WA, Ships to: Worldwide, Item: 334009634333 WW1 DIED WOUNDS BATTLE SOMME MEDAL GROUP 7542 MONTAGNON ROYAL IRISH REGTIMENT. JB Military Antiques Offered is a 1914 - 15 Star, impressed named 7542 PTE E.vMONTAGNON. R. IR: REGT: British War and Victory Medal impressed named 7542 PTE. E. MONTAGNON Memorial Plaque, possible 1/7/1916 - 1st Day Somme casualty, Essex Regiment South West Medals and Collectables is an online store where you can purchase medals and collectables. We aim to be dealing in mainly British and Commonwealth medals and militaria although you may find other items in our collectables section Death Plaque to William Henry Guppy. Unusual name. There are two possible casualties to this name: 1. William Henry Guppy: 4th Gloucester Regiment. Service number 6245. Died July 1st 1916 on the Somme, France. 2. William Henry Guppy: Lancashire Fusiliers. Service number 22802 .Died 22nd Oct 1917, Paeschendaele, Belgiu They met with little success, and casualty rates in the attacking battalions were extremely high. A number of mines were blown along the Somme front line and before the infantry went over the top and here two large mines were blown two minutes before the infantry attacked; at Lochnagar and Y Sap. The crater made at Y Sap has since been filled. Home / Medals / WWI / 1st Day Somme officer casualty. Lieutenant John Walton Bamber 10th KOYLI. Killed in action. Born Ladysmith. 1906 Rebellion veteran. 1st Day Somme officer casualty. Lieutenant John Walton Bamber 10th KOYLI. Killed in action. Born Ladysmith. 1906 Rebellion veteran. £ 325.00. Availability: 1 in stoc
Description. A Great War Battle of the Somme 1916 Casualty Group to the Seaforth Highlanders comprising 1914-15 Star, British War, Medal Victory Medal and Memorial scroll in contemporary glazed frame (loose) awarded to 11935 Pte A Mackay 2nd Battalion Seaforth Highlanders who was Killed in Action on the 14the July 1916 he is buried in Saint Pol Communal Cemetery, frame loose otherwise very fine 1915 Trio, Somme Casualty, John Reginald Pattison. 9th West Riding Regiment. South West Medals and Collectables is an online store where you can purchase medals and collectables. We aim to be dealing in mainly British and Commonwealth medals and militaria although you may find other items in our collectables section JULY 2021 UPDATE #1. GvR MILITARY MEDAL to 8470 L.CPL Walter McLEOD 2nd SOUTH LANCASHIRE REGT. To France 14/8/14 & was awarded the MM whilst attached to 25th Divisional Signal Company R.E. for his bravery on Messines Ridge in June 1917. £495.00 War Grave Agency Records. If you think a relative may have died in the First World War it should be possible to confirm this by looking at the records held by one of the war grave agencies responsible for the care and maintenance of graves and official memorials for the war dead of the First World War
This desirable 'SOMME' Casualty Medal comes with CWGC printouts for Samuel Leigh, copy Medal Index Cards for the two brother's, account of the 2/Lt Coury VC action & Unit/Division & campaign research. (A total of 12 x A4 printed papers) 1st July Somme Casualty Medal Trio Army Cyclists / Royal Berkshire KIA 01/07/16 For Sale. 1st July Somme Casualty Medal Trio Army Cyclists / Royal Berkshire KIA 01/07/16: $1070.57. This is a WW1 Medal trio to: 357 CPL. H. OLLINGTON. A. CYC. CORPS. Corporal Harry Ollington first enlisted in the Army Cyclists Corps and served with them in France. WW1 British War Medal - Pte. J. Hunter, 2/5th Bn. King's Own Yorkshire Light Infantry - K.I.A. 20/11/17. A first world war casualty BWM awarded to 2804 / 240481 Private John Hunter, 2nd/5th. £50.0 First World War Medals to Casualties. Canadian Memorial Cross GV. 24370 Pte R Lowe. With copy service papers and Commonwealth War Graves details. Robert Lowe was born in Edinburgh 15th June 1893, he had previously served for two years in the 3rd (Militia) Battalion Royal Scots and ne year in the Royal Highlanders of Canada
.SjtF. Thompson 27th Battalion Canadian Infantry KIA First Day Of the Battle Of Flers Courclette 15th September 1916 (1st Battle Tanks Were Used) - M 133 The Battle of Flers-Courcelette (15 to 22 September 1916) was fought during the Battle of the Somme in France, by the French Sixth Army. Description. A Great War Battle of the Somme 1916 London Regiment Casualty Group comprising British War and Victory Medal with Memorial Scroll, and King's letter to reverse, Framed and glazed awarded to 5455 Rifleman John Henry Gammie, 1/9th Battalion The London Regt who was killed in action on the 9th October 1916, aged 32, he was a native of Streatham London, he is commemorated on the. WW1 1914-15 Star Medal Trio - Cpl. W. Privett, 7th Bn. The Queen's (Royal West Surrey) Regiment - K.I.A. A first world war Somme casualty medal group to G/1156 Corporal William Privett, 7th. £185.0 Death Plaque to Ernest Falla. Unusual name. There are two possible casualties to this name: 1. Ernest Falla Died July 1st 1916 on the Somme, France. 17th Manchester Regiment (2nd City Pals) 2. Ernest Falla: Died October 1917 MGC William Bradford Turner (February 28, 1892 - September 27, 1918) was a United States Army officer who received the U.S. military's highest decoration, the Medal of Honor, for his actions in World War I.. Born in Boston, Massachusetts, Turner lived in Garden City, New York, and attended St. Paul's School there for one year. In 1907 he transferred to Trinity-Pawling School, which was founded.
14839 L.CPL P.H.SCARBROW ESSEX R.Percy Harold ScarbrowBorn North Kensington, Middlesex 1894To France 30/8/15 with 11th Essex RegtWounded & concussed by a shell on the Somme 18/9/16 - probably in trenches outside GuillemontAdmitted to 34th Casualty Clearing Station 18/9/16Transferred to No.6 Ambulance TrainWith copy of his Medal Index Card, Medal Rolls, MH106 Medical Record & supporting. A description of the Somme American Cemetery and Memorial on the 1918 Somme Battlefields in France. The GreatWar 1914-1918 After the end of the war the next of kin of US Servicemen were asked if they wished the casualty to be returned to the United States for burial. There are three recipients of the Medal of Honor, the highest military.
Merhant Navy Medals just have the name and no other details however he is the only casualty without middle names. On 19th July 1918 Justicia, defensively armed, 32,234 grt, built 1917, was torpedoed and damaged by German submarine UB 64, 20 miles WxN¾N from Skerryvore and taken under tow Military Medal Dealer in the UK. Specialising in Gallantry, Pre 1914, WW1 and post 1918 Medals and miniatures. Multiple payment options available . Quick View. Great War Battle of the Somme Casualty Memorial Plaque and Memorial Scroll awarded to Gunner E. Lacey, Royal Horse Artillery, who was serving with U Battery when he was killed action on 24th July 1916 during the Battle of the Somme. £125.00 Great War Battle of the Somme Guillemont 1st Footballers Attack on ZZ Trench Casualty trio awarded to Private A. Dawkins, 17th Service Battalion - the 1st Football, Middlesex Regiment, who was present out on the Western Front from 20th December 1915 with the 1st Battalion, and then transferred to the 1st Footballers. He was killed in action during the Battle of the Somme on 8th August 1916 in. New Auction Website. Posted by Mark Cashmore. 0 Comment (s) We are very pleased to announce that M.Veissid & Co in conjunction with DCM medals have launched a new Auction business aimed at the collectors market. We are specialising in
ww1 australian 1918 'somme' m.m. to and nco, 49th battalion, aif a teamster by trade, he had previously been wounded in action on 16 august 1916 at poziÈres J2056 Price £895 A RARE AFGHANISTAN 1878-80 D.C.M. PAIR FOR THE DISASTROUS SORTIE TO AND FIGHTING RETREAT FROM DEH-KHOJA ON 16TH AUGUST 188 The very fine Great War Possible First Day of the Battle of the Somme / July 1916 operations Military Cross and Ypres Salient March 1918 Officer casualty group awarded to Lieutenant W.M. Sankey, 1st/2nd Battalion, Monmouthshire Regiment. Present out on the Western Front from August 1915, he served with 'A' Company. It was on 1st July 1916, the infamous first day of the Battle of the Somme.
Montagnon died of wounds on the 18 th July 1916 at the 36th Casualty Clearing Station (36 th C.C.S.) at Heilly. It is unknown when he was wounded in the preceding days. He is buried at Heilly Station Cemetery, Mericourt-L'abbe. His mother was refused a pension for his death. Battle of the Somme. 1 st July 1916. The 1st day Somme WW1 King's Own Scottish Borderers KIA 1916 KOSB 1914-15 Star Medal Battle Somme. $98.78 + $19.45 shipping + $19.45 shipping + $19.45 shipping. ORIGINAL WW1 MEDALS 1914/15 STAR TRIO, KSLI SHROPSHIRE - PTE BOATWRIGHT WOUNDED. Details about WW1.CASUALTY MEDALS. Pte PETTY.10TH ROYAL FUSILIERS.Stoc kbrokers.HOMER TON,E.9. WW1.CASUALTY MEDALS death Died of wounds Died at Corbie casualty clearing station. The Somme. France Source:7050628 Source:8774257 9th July 1916. Description: Medal index cards were created by the Army Medal Office towards the end of the First World War. They record the medals that men and women who served in the First World War were entitled to claim Here we have a variety of British military medals, orders and decorations for sale from world war 1, world war 2, pre and post war periods. Sort By: Show: British Empire Medal R.A.F. £429.99 . Add to Cart. ERII General Service Medal. £69.99.
1914 Star. Also known as the Mons Star, the medal is a bronze star with a red, white and blue ribbon, reflecting the French Tricolore. It was issued to British forces who had served in France or Belgium from 5 August 1914 (the declaration of war) to midnight 22 November 1914 (the end of the First Battle of Ypres) WW1 5th Battalion Wiltshire Regiment Gallipoli Casualty Group of Medals. This group was awarded to 17436 Pte W.T. Parker Wilts R. Comprising: 1914/15 Star, British War Medal, Victory Medal. VGC. Also box lids for the BWM & VM. Private William Thomas Parker was Killed in Action on the 10th August 1915. On the 9th the Battalion moved through the night to take up new positions to the head of. The very fine South Africa Boer War Relief of Ladysmith and Transvaal 1901 Battery Sergeant Major's Distinguished Conduct Medal, Great War Battle of the Somme Casualty and long service group awarded to Warrant Officer 1st Class and Regimental Sergeant Major D. Nash, Royal Field Artillery. Nash was the Battery Sergeant Major of the 73rd Field Battery at the Battle of Colenso, Venter's Spruit.
JULY 2021 UPDATE #1. Quick View. 1914 TRIO to 2049 PTE William Charles STOPHER 1/4th SUFFOLK REGT-T.F. Born Dennington, Suffolk. To France 8/11/14 & later transferred to the 1st Suffolks. Wounded 19/9/18 & admitted 28th Casualty Clearing Station, thence to Blighty. £240.00
Corporal Cole, born at Nottingham, Nottinghamshire, England, November 14, 1890. Enlisted from the Union Bank's Edmonton, Alberta branch with the 3 rd Canadian Mounted Rifles under the rank of Trooper, on December 29, 1914. Later, Corporal with the 1 st Canadian Mounted Rifles. Killed in Action on August 1, 1918 The British expected little German resistance following the week-long bombardment. Instead, the Battle of the Somme became, as war poet Siegfried Sassoon described, a sunlit picture of hell. The 36th (Ulster) Division was an infantry division of the British Army, part of Lord Kitchener's New Army, formed in September 1914.Originally called the Ulster Division, it was made up of mainly members of the Ulster Volunteer Force, who formed thirteen additional battalions for three existing regiments: the Royal Irish Fusiliers, the Royal Irish Rifles and the Royal Inniskilling Fusiliers A WW1 'Battle of Rosieres' Casualty (D.O.W) Medal Pair (full medal entitlement) & Memorial Plaque awarded to 50940 Pte R.H. Cleveland, 2/6th Battalion the Manchester Regiment. Richard Henry Cleveland Was born 1896, in Lambeth, South London. He originally served with the Middlesex Regimen
Ww1 medal to a casualty.KIA with the 5th (Cumberl . Ww1 Vic medal correctly named to 242112. victory medal to pte warren 9th btn yorks reg. please read the following information before placing a bid:- postage:- all goods will be dispatched by 1st class recorded delivery within the u Battle of the Somme: One of the bloodiest conflicts of World War One. For more than four months the British and French armies engaged the Germans in a brutal battle of attrition on a 15-mile front. More about Sergeant Claud Charles Castleton VC. The Battle of the Somme. 1st of July 1916. At 7.30 am along the front line, officers in the. More about The Battle of the Somme. 1st of July 1916. The Battle for Pozieres Ridge (3rd of July - 3rd of September 1916) By the July 1916, the limited advances at the. More about The Battle for. While German casualty rates were indeed high - roughly 450,000 men killed or wounded - Britain and France fared even worse, with a combined total of 650,000 casualties. The unprecedented carnage of the Battle of the Somme marked a turning point in public perceptions of the war in Britain british war medal 1914-18 : 16/northumberland fusiliers : killed in action first day battle of the somme : british war medal 16-631 cpl. w. buchan, north'd fus
Somme casualty. Frederick George Bennett, Private 15/1201, 1st Leeds Pals. Little is known about Frederick Bennett. Like so many men from the Great War his service records have not survived, and even his medal records are only partial. He was born on 2 nd November 1895, the son of George Henry Bennett and Alice Mary Gudgeon, who had married in. 02/07/16 HARRY MATTHEWS killed in action, the first Somme offensive casualty from Purton. Presumed to be wounded on the Gallipoli peninsula in 1915, he was later drafted into the 6th Battalion Wiltshire Regiment for the Somme offensive. 06/07/16 EDWARD CURTIS died of the wounds he had received on the Somme between 2nd - 4th July At Liverpool Medals as well as buying and selling Medals awarded for service we also specialise in rare and beautiful Orders & Decorations of all kinds. These range from Austrian Empire Orders of the Iron Crown or Franz Joseph, exceptional Legion D'Honneur badges dating back to the very first issue by Napoleon Bonaparte in 1804, All the way.
A 1914-15 Trio to Captain P.N. Kennard, a 'Bazentin Ridge' Casualty, 1st Battalion, East Yorkshire Regiment, 1914-15 Star (Lieut. E. York R.); British War and Victory Medals, with Next of Kin bronze plaque, extremely fine, all mounted together with a studio photograph in a leather covered, velvet lined glazed frame (4 Source information. ID: 7151545 Reference: CWGCCASUALIWM Title: Commonwealth War Graves Commission (CWGC) Casualty Records Description: The Commonwealth War Graves Commission (CWGC) commemorate First World War servicemen and women and members of some civilian organisations who died before 31 August 1921 while in Commonwealth military service or of causes attributable to service China Medal 1900, bar Taku Forts, 1914-15 Star, British War Medal and Victory Medal, Stoker Petty Officer Herbert John Vick, Royal Navy. 1915 Trio Plaque 1st Day Somme Som L.I. United Kingdom. 1914-15 Star, British War and Victory Medal, 15486 Private George Henry Ridley, 8th Battalion Somerset Light Infantry, killed in action on the 1st. We remember William Arthur Goodsell. Also remembered by 1 person. Selena49658. Source information. ID: 1383399. Reference: WO372/8. Title: Medal Index Card. Description: Medal index cards were created by the Army Medal Office towards the end of the First World War. They record the medals that men and women who served in the First World War were.
Description. A Battle of the Somme Flers Line Bombing Party Casualty Group awarded to Private Fred Syer, 1st/19th (County of London) Battalion The London Regiment (St Pancras) comprising 1914-1920 British War and Victory Medals (5992 Pte. F. Syer. 19-Lond. R.), Memorial Plaque (Frederick Syer), mint, as issued Welcome To Worldwaronemedals.com. Specialist website Dedicated To World War One . WW1 Medals: WW1 British & Commonwealth Single Medals and Groups Including Oders, Decorations , WW1 Campaign Medals, Long Service Medals, Tribute Medals, WW1 1914 & 1914-15 Trios, Memorial Plaques , Territorial Medals, and Mercantile Marine Medals Also in stock Large selection of WW1 World Foreign Medals including. Ross suffered a shrapnel (gun shot) wound to his right eye during the German Offensive in the Somme, on March 15, 1918. He was admitted to No. 1 Casualty Clearing Hospital that day and after three days, was discharged to duty on the 18th. For his bravery that day, he would later be awarded the Military Medal after the war, the announcement. The Battle of the Somme was one of many battles to involve the Gloucestershire Regiment in World War I. It was a major offensive launched on 1 July 1916 by the British Army, with French support, on the River Somme between Montauban in the south and Serre in the north. Initially planned to break through the German lines and restore mobile.
Charlies Medals LtdTel Direct: 07427 604327Tel: 0118 9269063Email: firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com Registered Office:17 Pitts Lane, Earle.. The information held by the CWGC can be very useful for people researching their family history (genealogy) or simply trying to find out more about the recipient of a First World War medal. The details provided by the CWGC can help to locate the actual grave within a cemetery or the name commemorated on a WW1 memorial if you're planning to make a visit WW1 Officer's Durham Light Infantry Officer's Medal Pair. £100.00. WW1 2nd Bn Lancashire Fusiliers Casualty British War Medal. £25.00. WW1 Period 1914/15 Star Uniform Ribbon Pin Bar. £20.00. WW1 South Lancashire Regiment Pair of Medals. £55.00. WW1 1914/15 Star Trio Uniform Ribbon Bar Medals. In this section we have a wide variety of military and civilian medals for sale covering the Victorian period, world war 1, world war 2, right through to the present day. Consisting of many nationalities with ww1 British medals being our main source, but also including German, American, Russian, French, and several more nations all at. Anglo-Boer War Records 1899-1902. Discover your ancestors who served in the Anglo-Boer War between 1899 and 1902. This unique database of more than 470 sources may reveal the unit your ancestor served with and any medals, honors, or awards they won. The register also contains a completely revised casualty list of 59,000 casualty records