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New Zealand Medals Ltd

Military Antiques and Medals. Medal Mounting & Restoration


Medals for Collectors II

BOXED RAF WW2 PAIR OF MEDALS

un-named as issued but with named box, award certificate and ticker tape confirming this is his full entitlement, LAC rank and number.


Provenance

Antique Store in Bath, UK , 2017


$130

IMPERIAL SERVICE MEDAL

Named correctly to Thomas J Lock. EDVII Star shaped issue

Born in 1853in Ashford Kent. He worked from as a coppersmith in Chatham Dockyard from at least 1881 until his retirement in 1910. The medal was gazetted 14 October 1910


Wearing pin removed. Has been lacquered. Will improve significantly when that is removed.


Provenance:

Seaby , UK July 1974

Brian Connor Collection, Dunedin

Mowbrays Auction 2020


$250

IMPERIAL SERVICE MEDAL

GVR Star shaped issue named to Charles Clarke


Wearing pin removed.


Provenance:

Brian Connor Collection, Dunedin

Mowbrays Auction 2020


$225

GENERAL SERVICE MEDAL TO AN INTERESTING RAF OFFICER

The medal correctly named PLT OFFR J G HUGHES RAF


A man of the same name served in Fighter Command with 263 Squadron RAF during the Battle of Britain, seemingly retiring out of RAFVR in 1964.. This warrants further research


Provenance:

Trade Me 2020


$400

IMPERIAL SERVICE MEDAL

GVIR issue in case named WILLIAM ISAIAH CLOWES

William Isaiah Clowes (1886) was born in Alrewas, Staffordshire, the son of Thomas Clowes (1871) and Betsey Bartlett.


He enlisted into the Royal Garrison Artillery as a Gunner in 1915, serving overseas until his discharge in 1918. He was awarded the Silver War Badge in 1918, and the British War Medal and Victory Medal in 1919.


Provenance:

Auction, Auckland 2020


$85

Tibet Medal

Named to a Cooly in the Supply and Transport Corps

$300

A Meritorious Service Medal group to the Army Service Corps

1914-15 Star; British War Medal 1914-18; Victory Medal 1914-19; Army Meritorious Service Medal (GVR type 1 with swivelling suspender). SS-18222 Pte J.Richmond. A.S.C. on first medal, SS-18222 S.Sjt. J.Richmond. A.S.C. on second and third medals, S4-197621 Sjt: J.Richmond. R.A.S.C. on last medal.


MSM: Supplement to LG 17/1/1919, p1007, in recognition of valuable services rendered with the Armies in France and Flanders.


With copy of gazette pages


$750

Merchant Navy Medals with possible Q Ship service and of Australian interest.

A 1914-15 trio with Mercantile Marine War Medal. The trio is named LIEUT W D CROUDACE RNR (SUB LT on Star). The Mercantile Marine Medal is named WILLIAM D CROUDACE.


William Deuchars Croudace was commissioned as Sub Lieutenant (Temporary) and Acting Lieutenant, Royal Naval Reserve on 26 August 1915. He was assigned Navigator on HMS Silene 19 March 1918 and was demobilised by July 1919.


HMS Silene was a convoy sloop of the Anchusa Class - designed to look like a merchant ship in order to entice U Boat attacks.


He settled in Australia and was well known as a Captain in Freemantle.


Sold with a period set of miniature medals, the paper bag of issue for the Mercantile Marine Medal and the 1914-18 War Medal, a Merchant Navy Lapel Pin, a Merchant Navy cap badge and a Merchant Navy blazer badge


Provenance C J Medals , Australia abut 10 years ago, purchased for my private collection.


$1200

WW1 pair to Gunner Royal Artillery and EIIR Imperial Service Medal

WW1 pair impressed 676270 GNR S G...... RA . ISM SYDNEY GEORGE (+Box & Certificate) Certificate is dated March 1955. A nice set.


Provenance: NZ Collector Services, Christchurch.


$250

The New Zealand Cross

An early unofficial specimen of this rare NZ Wars award.


With originals selling for over $250,000 and a foolish investment given the impact of the Protected Objects Act making export impossible, this is a museum quality early specimen from around 1880-1900.


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