BRONZE DAVIDSON'S NILE MEDAL
STRUCK IN 1798 AND AWARDED TO RATING WHO TOOK PART IN T HE BATTLE OF THE NILE. NICE UNTOUCHED MID-BROWN PATINA. read more
INERT, 1917 G.98 RIFLE CLIP
FIVE INERT 7.92, ALL DATED 1917. ON WW1 BRASS TWO PART CLIP. read more
WW1 FIGHTING KNIFE IN SCABBARD
AN OFFICIAL CONVERSION OF A CHASSEPOT BAYONET INTO A FIGHTING KNIFE - TOTAL LENGTH 13.5 INCHES IN SCABBARD WITH A 8.5 INCH BLADE. SOMETHING TO DO WITH DEATH SCRATCHED ON BLADE BUT CAN'T QUITE MAKE IT OUT read more
NAVAL GENERAL SERVICE MEDAL - NORTHUMBERLAND - WOUNDED IN THE ACTION AT THE AGE OF 16
SUPERB UNIQUE NAME ON THE ENTIRE NGS ROLL TO SAMUEL GOLDSMITH , WITH THE RARE CLASP NORTHUMBERLAND 22 MAY 1812 ,ONE OF ONLY APPROXIMATELY 60 CLAIMED FOR THIS ACTION.
SAMUEL GOLDSMITH ENLISTED IN 1807 AT THE AGE OF 12 & WAS STILL ON HMS NORTHUMBERLAND IN 1812 WHEN HE EARNED THIS MEDAL AND CLASP.
COMES WITH COPY PAPERS INCLUDING GREENWICH HOSPITAL LETTERS DISCUSSING ... read more
Naval General Service 1793-1840, with unofficial 'Capture of L'actif' Clasp
A name erased NGS , fitted with an official clasp ' Capture Of L'Actif Nov 4 1807'.
A piece likely commissioned by a disgruntled Officer after his claim for this action not accepted. Interestingly the date is incorrect on the clasp - we can find a record of L'Actif being captured by Captain D P Bouverie of HMS Medusa on 4 April 1808. read more
NAVAL GENERAL SERVICE MEDAL EGYPT
NGS WITH EGYPT CLASP NAMED TO GEO HALL.
2 MEN OF THIS NAME ON THE ROLL , THIS MEDAL AND THE OTHER WITH THE RARER 2 CLASPS COPENHAGEN AND VENERABLE .
ONE TIME BROACH MOUNTED WITH SOME RUBBING TO RIM AND MARKS BELOW CLAW TO THE REVERSE, HENCE PRICE.
A thread on the British Medal Forum exists explaining the history of this medal and the investigatory wo... read more
NAVAL GENERAL SERVICE MEDAL - COPENHAGEN 1801
A UNIQUE NAME ON THE ENTIRE NGS ROLL -
J JONES VOLr 1st CLASS
Joseph Jones served as a 1st Class Volunteer aboard HMS Monarch at Copenhagen.
Although there are many J Jones on the NGS roll there is only one to a 1st Class Volunteer - this medal. read more
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
VICTORIAN AMBROTYPE PHOTO OF NAVAL OFFICER WITH NGS
A SUPERB FRAMED PHOTO OF WILLIAM G PARMETER PAYMASTER IN CHIEF OF THE Royal Navy C1855.
FRAME MEASURES 9 X 7.5CM
William G Parmeter,Syria as clerk,together with St jean silver,and Baltic. Retired in 1870 as Paymaster in chief. read more
Naval General Service 1793-1840, 2 clasps, 1st June 1794, 23rd June 1795 (Simon Stone.)
A unique name on the entire NGS Roll , confirmed on the Rolls as a L.M. / AB on Royal George.
Unfortunately the naming has been partially erased but can still be made out . Would be priced at around £6k with perfect naming read more