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Entitled “Balaclava The return 25th October 1854” By Lady Elizabeth Butler. This famous black and white charge of the light brigade print depicts the devastated remnants of the Light Brigade, (Hussars, Lancers, and Light Dragoons) as they withdraw from the battlefield after their heroic charge
Egypt medal Named to 29294 Sgt .J. Cornish 1/5 battery royal artillery with suakin 1885 clasp. Khedive’s Star and his 1899 Model 14k Gold Closed Face Pocket Watch with inscription. “Presented To RSM James Cornish R.F.A. As a Token of Esteem by the Officer’s NCO’s and Men of the VI Battery
28th Bombay Pioneers India General Service Medal. one clasp: Chin Lushai. To 706 Pte Luknac Gonac 28th Bo Infy. The naming on this India General Service Medal is exactly as you would expect it to be, “bold running script” and the 28th.Bombay Pioneers were present for this campaign.
An interesting India general service medal group of three too 4232 Pte J. Mason of the Kings Royal Rifle Corps to include the India General Service Medal with NE Frontier 1891 Clasp, 1895 India Medal with Relief of Chitral 1895 Clasp and the Queens South Africa Medal with Natal Clasp.
A Rare India General Service Medal Pair, 1895-1902, 2 clasps, Punjab Frontier 1897-1898 and Tirah 1897-1898 to “Capt W. Wreford-Brown, 2nd. Essex. Regt” naming engraved in the style particular to the Duke of Cornwall’s Light Infantry, with which regiment he served in India. Queen’s South Africa 1899-1902 with 3 clasps.
India Campaign medal group of five named to 4137 Pte. John Martin, The Seaforth Highlanders to include the India Medal with Relief of Chitral 1895 Clasp to (4137 Pte J Martin 2nd Bn. Seaforth Highlrs), the Queen’s Sudan Medal to (4137 Pte. J. Martin. 1/ Sea Hrs), the Queens South Africa Medal
Queens South Africa Medal Natal Mounted Rifles. Named to 246 Trooper C.F. Tunmer. Natal Mounted Rifles: with Five Clasps for Elandslaagte, Defence of Ladysmith, Orange Free State, Transvaal and Laing’s Nek, Named to (246 Tpr: C.F. Tunmer. Natal M.R.)
Boer War Queens South Africa Medal, Named to (Nursing Sister L. G. Castle). Also Included is a copy of the Medal entitlement.
Queens South Africa Medal: was awarded to all British forces who served in Boer War from the 11th of October 1899 up to the end of the war on the 31st of May 1902