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Naval General Service Medal 1909-62 ;
1 Bar Yangtze 1949.
KX 553044 J Donnelly, Sto Mech. ( Replacement )
Note Genuine medal but stamped replacement
Queens South Africa Medal 1899-1902 : 3 Clasps;
Orange Free State, Transvaal, Laing's Nek.
( 4531 Pte T Culyer, 1/Rl Drgns ),
Kings South Africa Medal : 1901-1902
2 Clasps: South Africa 1901, South Africa 1902
( 4531 Pte T Culyer, Rl Dragoons )
India General Service Medal 1854 -95
2 Clasps : Burma 1885-7, Burma 1887-9
156 L Cpl J Chennels, 2nd Bn Rl Muns Fus.
With copy of Service papers
1937 Coronation Medal
Unnamed as Issued
1939-45 Star, Atlantic Star, Italy Star, Defence Medal, War Medal
In Box of Issue From Director of Navy Bath with Admiralty Issue Slip
Naval number on side of Box JX 589210
Box addressed to Mr J Mumford 75 St Marys Crescent, Gotham Lane East Leake, S,Notts
Territorial Force Efficiency Medal: Edward VII
( 480 Bmbr T Haydock, 1 / E. Lanc B, R.F.A. ),
Silver War Badge Numbered 389425
This is his only entitlement with service papers he did not serve overseas
Comes from Blackburn
Korea Medal 1953 ,(22663630 Pte P Horseburgh, R.S.)
United Nations Korea Medal.
Campaign Service Medal 1962 : 2 Clasps
South Arabia, Northern Ireland
(24117178 Pte W Clarke, PWO)
Crimea Medal 1854 : 1 Clasp Alma .
Sgt J Lee 68th
With copy of medal roll army number 2312
Order Of The Star Of Ethiopia,
Grand Officer Neck Badge
The Order of the Star of Ethiopia was established as an order of knighthood of the Ethiopian Empire, founded by the Negus of Shoa and later emperor of Ethiopia Menelik II in 1884-1885. It is currently awarded as a house order by the Crown Council of Ethiopia. The Order was established to honour foreign and domestic civilian and military officials & individuals for service to the country, and was considered the fifth ranking order of the Empire of Ethiopia alongside the Order of Menelik II.
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