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  1. FOUR.  PLY.5746 Pte. Charles Chilcott, Royal Marine Light Infantry (served 1891-1912 and 1914-21).
  2. FOUR.  2818453 Sgt. A. Alexander, Seaforth Highlanders and Royal Army Service Corps (taken prisoner in France in 1940).
    £285.00

    G.S.M. 1918-62 one clasp 'Palestine' (Pte., Seaforth); 1939-45 Star; War Medal; L.S.G.C. (G.VI.R. 2nd type (Sgt., R.A.S.C.).

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  3. SEVEN.  2580339 Cpl. A.C. Taylor, Royal Signals  (later awarded the M.B.E. for services to horse racing).
    £365.00

    M.B.E. (2nd type) (Civil); 1939-45 Star, Africa Star bar '1st Army', Italy Star; Defence & War Medals; E.M. 'Territorial' (G.VI.R. 1st type) (Cpl., Rl. Sigs.). Mtd as worn.

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  4. THREE.  9917 Pte. C. Slater, East Yorkshire Regiment.
    £195.00

    1914 Star (1st Bn.); B.W.M. & V.M. Mtd as worn. Polished.

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  5. THREE.  3947695 Pte. E.T. Critchell, Somerset Light Infantry.
    £115.00

    Defence & War Medals; E.M. 'Territorial' (G.VI.R. 1st type) (Pte., Som. L.I.). Two letters of naming officially corrected on latter.

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  6. SIX.  2715059 Fusilier G. Payne, Royal Scots Fusiliers, late Mercantile Fleet Auxiliary.
    £185.00

    B.W.M. & V.M. (Fmn., M.F.A.); 1939-45 Star; Defence & War Medals; E.M 'Territorial' (G.VI.R. 1st type) (Fsr., R.S.F.). Mtd as worn.

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  7. THREE.  F./Lieut. C.F.S. Scott, Royal Air Force.
    £130.00

    Defence & War Medals; L.S.G.C. (G.VI.R. 1st type) (F./Lieut.). Latter toned. Mtd as worn.

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  8. THREE.  293196 J. Conroy, Stoker 1st Class, Royal Navy (served on Submarine E-11, served ten periods in the cells and 90 days' hard labour for threatening to go on strike in 1916).
  9. THREE.  52964 Pte. W.H. Peet, East Yorkshire Regiment (born in New York U.S.A.).
    £155.00

    B.W.M. & V.M.; G.S.M. 1918-62 one clasp 'Iraq'. Minor edge knocks on first and last. Toned.

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  10. SIX.  802044 Pte. A.H. Conolly, Royal Army Ordnance Corps (later Lieut., Royal Electrical and Mechanical Engineers).
    £185.00

    G.S.M. 1918-62 one clasp 'Palestine' (Pte., R.A.O.C.); 1939-45 Star, Africa Star, Italy Star; Defence & War Medals. Surname officially corrected on G.S.M.

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