Afghanistan Medal 1878-80/ British War Medal 1914-20 pair. Awarded to Pte. C. Hammond, 15th Hussars
Military Medal awarded to Pte. Lcr. J. Caine, 2nd Bn., East Lancashire Regt.
WW1 pair and Memorial Plaque to Pte. D. Beattie, 6th/7th Bn., Royal Scots Fusilliers
Father & son medal groups and plaque. Major S. A. Bower, R.A.M.C. & Lt./Col. S. E. Bower
Belgium Order of Leopold, Commander, military, silver gilt, WW1-WW2. In box
1914 Star trio to 10629 Pte. J. J. Fearon, L. N. Lancs., early POW
Group of 8 to WOI P. J. G. Bouroughs, MBE, R.E. (formely Sgt. W.Yorks. on WWI & 2/Lt. 1919-25 East Yorks.), scarce Efficiency Medal 'Militia' (CQMS R.E.) GVI
Group of 6 to Major Wm Merrilees Baird, OBE: T.D. (3x MID) 9th Bn., Argyll & Sutherland Highlanders & Personal Staff 51st Highland Div. (T.F.). Includes full research
WW1 pair to Pte. Charles Peck, 46th (Saskatoon) Bn., Canadian Infantry. Includes 46 pages of research. G.S.W. shrapnel left thigh (mentioned in war diary)
Group of 5 to Spr. Lieut. Arthur S. D. Smith, R.E./ I.A.R.O./ R.A.P.C. (1940-45) with research
Group of 6 to Staff Sergeant Major Richard Ernest Badcock, A.S.C./ R.A.S.C.
WW1 pair to 200898 Pte. Alfred Hartley, 1/6th & 1/7th Battalions, Lancashire Fusiliers
WW1 pair to 2nd Lieutenant P. C. Standing, Lancashire Fusiliers
Family group- father & son, both R.A.M.C. surgeons in Great War. Father: CBE (Military) to Henry J. Neilson C.M., M.B., M.D. Son: 1914 trio to Major Drevor Frederick Acton Neilson (served at Gallipolli) famous Harley Street surgeon
1914 Star trio & Royal Navy LSGC Medal (GV) to K.21165 Sto. 1st Class Ernest Francis Chalcraft, Royal Navy. Includes 'Mine Clearance Service' cap badge
Military Medal group of 4 to 1078 Spr./Sgt. P. Merefield, 1/1st London Field Company, Royal Engineers
British War Medal awarded to 2855 Sepoy Rajwali, 2/33rd Punjabis (1917-21)
1914 Star trio to Fleet Paymaster James H. Griffiths, Royal Navy. Includes medal roll & 2x issue boxes
1914-15 Star trio to S2/11959 Pte. Cecil H. Ainsworth, 111th Coy., A.S.C. & 7th Bn., The Cheshire Regt. (T.F.)
Military Medal to John Hughes, Labour Corps, R.F.A.