A Great War campaign group of five awarded to Airship Pilot Second Lieutenant J. F. M. Phillips, Royal Air Force. British War and Victory Medals (J. F. M. Phillips. R.A.F) Defence and War Medals 1939-45 Coronation 1937 Mounted court-style by Spink & Son, 1st two with official corrections.
This Royal Horse Artillery Indian Mutiny Medal is named to Bombardier. John Smith. ’F’ Troop. Royal Horse Artillery. with One Clasp for Lucknow. Fitted with ornate silver brooch, on what I would say, is the original ribbon. Officially Impressed. Also Included with this Royal Horse Artillery.
Captain G. A. Hoghton, Armoured Cars, Royal Naval Volunteer Reserve and Kite Balloon Section, Royal Naval Air Service Royal Air Force.
1914-15 Star (Lieut. G. A. Houghton sic. R.N.V.R.); British War and Victory Medals (Lieut. G. A. Hoghton. R.N.V.R.); France, Third Republic, Croix de Guerre
A fine Scots guards QSA medal group of five with three clasps for Cape Colony, Transvaal, Wittebergen (9003 Serjt., Scots Gds.). King’s South Africa 1901-1902 Two clasps (9003 Serjt. Scots Guards). British War and Victory Medals, Mentioned In Dispatches Oak Leaf (Q.M. & Lieut.)
Entitled “The Return from Inkerman” By Lady Elizabeth Butler. This famous black and white print depicts the British Army withdrawing Victorious from the field after the Battle of Inkerman, during the Crimea War. A mounted General leads his Army lead by the Guards
Awarded to Squadron Leader L. H. Hunt, who completed in excess of 55 operational sorties over North Africa in Blenheims flying for No 55 Squadron during the period of June 1940 to January 1942, his air gunner claiming at least one enemy aircraft destroyed.
The medals were awarded to Flight Sergeant Archibald Steele who flew operational sorties as a 2nd Pilot in Avro Lancasters of No. 106 Squadron towards the end of the War. 1939-1945 Star-France and Germany Star-Defence and War Medals 1939-1945 and the Canadian Voluntary Service Medal