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BALTIC & MUTINY PAIR , MUTINY OFFICIALLY IMPRESSED TO J FINDER , ORD SHANNON , WOUNDED AT KHUJWAR 1/11/57 AND DIED 2/7/58

BALTIC & MUTINY PAIR , MUTINY OFFICIALLY IMPRESSED TO J FINDER , ORD SHANNON , WOUNDED AT KHUJWAR 1/11/57 AND DIED 2/7/58

Naval Baltic and Mutiny pair , Baltic un named (HMS Driver) as issued Indian Mutiny, clasps Relief of Lucknow and Lucknow Officially Impressed to James Finder HMS Shannon who was wounded 1st November 1857 at Khujwar (see extract from table of wounded below ) and subsequently Died on 2nd July 1858.

Both medals with original ribbons.

FROM PORTSMOUTH MEMORIAL :
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Code: 51202

2950.00 GBP

INDIA MUTINY MEDAL TO WM THURSTON 32ND FOOT , AN ORIGINAL DEFENDER ,SEVERELY WOUNDED DURING THE DEFENCE.

INDIA MUTINY MEDAL TO WM THURSTON 32ND FOOT , AN ORIGINAL DEFENDER ,SEVERELY WOUNDED DURING THE DEFENCE.

WILLIAM THURSTON 32ND FOOT WAS AN ORIGINAL DEFENDER OF LUCKNOW AND WAS SEVERELY WOUNDED TO RIGHT THIGH ON 2/11/57

BORN HEREFORD read more

Code: 51203

2650.00 GBP

Ormsby Brothers (Officers) Family Group of Two Army of India Medals and Sutlej Medal

Ormsby Brothers (Officers) Family Group of Two Army of India Medals and Sutlej Medal

Army of India Medal, 1851, named to Lieut. A. H. Ormsby. 1st Foot, with Ava clasp.

Confirmed on the roll Lieut. Augustus Ormsby served with the 2nd battalion 1st regiment of Foot, one of 118 Ava clasps to the regiment. The Roll also states that Lt Augustus Ormsby was MID for gallantry in action against rebels in Canada 14-12-37.

Army of India Medal, 1851, with two... read more

Code: 51201

5500.00 GBP

The Punjab and Indian Mutiny campaign pair to Gunner Alfred Pearce, Uncovenanted Service, late Bengal Artillery, an original defender at Lucknow

The Punjab and Indian Mutiny campaign pair to Gunner Alfred Pearce, Uncovenanted Service, late Bengal Artillery, an original defender at Lucknow

Punjab 1848-49, 2 clasps, Chilianwala, Goojerat (Gu---r A. Pearce, 3rd Cy. 1st Ba--n. Arty.) attempted erasure with some loss to rank and unit
Indian Mutiny 1857-59, 1 clasp, Defence of Lucknow (Alfred Pearce)contact marks, otherwise very fine and better.

Alfred Pearce is confirmed on the Indian Mutiny Medal Roll for the Clasp Defence of Lucknow as an Uncovenanted Civil Se... read more

Code: 51200

3300.00 GBP

Original Defender's Indian Mutiny Medal awarded to Acting-Sergeant John Bonnetta, 32nd Light Infantry, of Truro, Cornwall, who served as one of four superintendents of the mining party during the Defence of Lucknow

Original Defender's Indian Mutiny Medal awarded to Acting-Sergeant John Bonnetta, 32nd Light Infantry, of Truro, Cornwall, who served as one of four superintendents of the mining party during the Defence of Lucknow


An Intriguing Original Defender's Indian Mutiny Medal awarded to Acting-Sergeant John Bonnetta, 32nd Light Infantry, of Truro, Cornwall, who served as one of four superintendents of the mining party during the Defence of Lucknow, and was named and given an unofficial mention for 'important services' in the written report made by Captain Crommelin, Chief Engineer. Another of the four sup... read more

Code: 51198

2650.00 GBP

Gwalior Star for Maharajpoor 1843 , to Charles Aeneas Burton Major 40th Bengal Native Infantry , Murdered at Kotah during the Mutiny.

Gwalior Star for Maharajpoor 1843 , to Charles Aeneas Burton Major 40th Bengal Native Infantry , Murdered at Kotah during the Mutiny.

Charles Aenas Burton , Major 40th Bengal Native Infantry and Resident at Kota/

Born February 1813 at Dinapore his father was Captain Charles William Burton of the 8th Bengal NI . He entered the HEIC as a cadet in the Bengal Infantry for the 1827 season arrived as an Ensign 1829 , and in1838 he was qualified as in interpreter and by 1840 appointed as Quartermaster to the 28th Beng... read more

Code: 51199

2500.00 GBP

SUPERB AMERICAN WAR OF INDEPENDENCE PERIOD NAVAL HANGER

SUPERB AMERICAN WAR OF INDEPENDENCE PERIOD NAVAL HANGER

SUPERB EXAMPLE OF A NAVAL OFFICERS HANGER, C1750 TO 1770 , LONDON MADE WITH PALL MALL AND REMAINS OF MAKER MARK TO THE REAR OF SCABBARD TOP MOUNT. MUCH ORIGINAL PERIOD GUIDING REMAINING. THE GUARD WITH FIGURES OF A SEA SERPENT , ANCHOR AND COATS OF ARMS.

ORIGINAL WOOD AND LEATHER SCABBARD - WHICH IS SPLIT ON BOTH EDGES BUT IS ORIGINAL THROUGHOUT . TOTAL LENGTH 71CM WITH A BLADE ... read more

Code: 51197

1850.00 GBP

Naval General Service 1793-1840, 1 clasp, Centaur 26 Augt 1808 (Nichs. Roberts.)

Naval General Service 1793-1840, 1 clasp, Centaur 26 Augt 1808 (Nichs. Roberts.)

Approximately 41 clasps issued for this action. A unique name on the entire NGS Roll.

Nicholas Roberts is confirmed on the roll as an Able Seaman aboard H.M.S. Centaur on 26 August 1808. He was born in about 1787 at St Keverne, near Falmouth, Cornwall, and served aboard Centaur from March 1806 until September 1814 (copy allotments provided) as an Able Seaman. He succesfully app... read more

Code: 51194

6500.00 GBP