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  1. FOUR.  Cpl. A.W. Hunter, Army Service Corps (served in East Africa and with the Serbian Army in the Balkans).
    £465.00

    1914-15 Star (Pte.); B.W.M. & V.M. (Cpl.); SERBIA - Silver Medal For Zealous Service (unnamed). Light contact wear.

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  2. THREE.  Mr. J.A. Hilton, Colonial Service (Chairman of the Jerusalem Municipal Commission).
    £295.00

    Defence Medal; G.S.M. 1918-62 (G.VI.R. 2nd type) one clasp 'Palestine 1945-48' (J.A. Hilton); Civil Defence L.S.G.C. (unnamed). Mtd as worn.

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  3. FIVE.  Capt. R.J. Wimberley, Royal Engineers and New Zealand Signal Corps (mentioned in despatches for Mesopotamia 27/8/18).
    £265.00

    1914-15 Star (Lieut., R.E.); B.W.M. & V.M. (M.I.D.) (Capt.); War Medal; New Zealand Service Medal.

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  4. PAIR.  26320 Sgt. F.C. Smith, Royal Engineers (with full papers, mentioned in despatches by Lord Kitchener 23/6/02).
    £295.00

    Q.S.A. three clasps 'CC' 'OFS' 'Trans' (Cpl.); K.S.A. two clasps (Sgt.). Light contact wear.

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  5. THREE.  Lieut. F.J. Oerton, Royal Engineers (an engineer from South America who served with the British Mission to the Portugese Expeditionary Force).
    £215.00

    1914-15 Star (Lieut., R.E.); B.W.M. & V.M. (Lieut.). Surname officially corrected on Star. Mtd as worn.

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  6. PAIR.  T/10714493 Sgt. J. Statham, Royal Army Service Corps (later Major, Royal Corps of Transport).
    £225.00

    War Medal; G.S.M. 1918-62 (G.VI.R.) one clasp 'Malaya' (Sgt., R.A.S.C.). Mtd as worn with relating miniatures and a ribbon bar.

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  7. THREE.  22286796 Dvr. G.D. Crewe, Royal Electrical and Mechanical Engineers and Royal Army Service Corps  (full papers and a photograph).
    £275.00

    Korea 1950-53 (1st type) (Cfn., R.E.M.E.); U.N. Korea; G.S.M. 1918-62 (E.II.R. 2nd type) one clasp 'Malaya' (Dvr., R.A.S.C.).

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  8. THREE.  Capt. C.E.H. Langley, 7th Infantry (Kimberley Regiment) (previously with the Imperial Light Horse at the Relief of Mafeking and awarded the O.B.E. in 1920).
  9. THREE.  2548958 Sgt. R.A. Barrett, R.A.S.C. and R.E.M.E. (died as the result of a road traffic accident 6/6/66).
    £265.00

    War Medal; G.S.M. 1918-62 (G.VI.R.) one clasp 'Malaya' (Cpl., R.A.S.C.); A.G.S. 1902 one clasp 'Kenya' (Sgt., R.E.M.E.). Mtd as worn.

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  10. PAIR.  S-360643 Pte. J.W. Aspin, Army Service Corps (with photograph and a tribute plaque from the Darwen Conservative Club).

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