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Lot 99A group of four WWII medals, France and Germany star, 1939-1945 star, Defence medal, 1939-1945 medal all with ribbons, and cardboard box addressed to Captain J.G.H. Clayden, together with a cloth Formation, 56TH (LONDON) Infantry Division badge, a cloth Kensington shoulder badge, and two brass Kensington regiment buttons. (1 bag).
Lot 101Two groups of WWII medals, a Defence medal, 1939-1945 War medal with matching miniatures, believed to be awarded to Squadron Leader F.R. Ostick, with ribbons, citation and cardboard medal box, together with five mounted medals awarded to Air Flight Sergeant Pitkin RAF, comprising Burma star, 1939-1945 star, Defence medal 1939-1945 War medal, and a Queen Elizabeth II Long Service and Good Conduct medal, all with ribbons. (1 bag).
Lot 102Two groups of WWII medals, Arnhem 50th Anniversary medal, its case bearing details of Private Howard E. W. Hoefling 2067575 Parachute regiment, a group of five WWII medals, Africa star, 1939-1945 star, France and Germany star, Defence medal, 1939-1945 War medal, citation and postage box for L A Goodby, together with a mounted group of four medals, 1939-1945 star, France and Germany star, Defence medal and 1939-1945 War medals along with Agricultural show membership passes, all medals with ribbons. (1 bag).
Lot 115A group of WWI medals with death plaque, the plaque and 1914-15 and Victory medal awarded to Alfred Davis Tether 11384, Hampshire regiment with cap badges, togethe with a War medal awarded to Gnr. C.E. Steele, 890959 Royal Artillery, all mounted within unglazed presentation case..
Lot 119A WWI Nursing medal group, for Sister F. H. Thomas, a silver Queen Alexandra's Imperial Military Nursing Services Reserve medal in silver, 1914-15 medal, a Royal Red Cross 'Hope, Faith, Charity 1883' medal 2nd class, without its original ribbon but with two Garrards & Co. fitted cases, and a name tag, together with a photograph possibly of Nurse Thomas, and other related printed ephemera. (1 bag).
Lot 120Two groups of five WWII medals, with cardboard boxes, one addressed to Mr. F. C. Riis together with a photograph possibly of recipient and citation, and the other addressed to Mr C. Harrison of Skegness: each with a France and Germany star, Africa star (Harrison one with 8th army clasp), 1939-1945 star, Defence Medal, War Medal, all with ribbons. (1 bag).
Lot 122Two groups of WWII medals, a group of five medals with original postage box addressed to H Taylor of Skegness, comprising France and Germany star, Africa star, 1939-45 star, Defence medal and 1939-45 medal, together with a group of four medals for with box addressed to F.W. Westory of Barnetby, comprising Africa star, 1939-45 star, Defence medal and 1939-45 medal, all with ribbons. (1 bag).
Lot 123A WWII German Mauser K98 style bayonet, with associated scabbard and frog, base of blade near hilt stamped CLC1942 on one side and stamped '6329' upon the other, indistinct numbers and partially legible Imperial Eagle marking to hilt, blade length 25.4cm, together with a military issue kukri with scabbard, broad arrow marking to blade, blade length 31cm. (2).
Lot 124A group of 19th and 20th century militaria, comprising a German sabre, the blade stamped 'X' and 'Y', '1945' to the hilt on one side, indistinct marks verso, with brass knuckleguard, and carved wooden grip, together with a late 19th century ebony swagger stick, likely for a warrant officer and Indian, with brass lion mask finial, and two mid 20th century Indian Kukris. (4).
Lot 126Four WWII medals with postal boxes one labelled on active service, for J.W. Woods, Steward on HMS Jamaica, War medal 1939-1945, Atlantic Star, 1939-1945 Star, and Defence medal, all with ribbons, citation paper, together with a rectangular box addressed to the recipient on 'Active Service' as well as the medal box to his home address..
Lot 128A group of thirty-nine Del Prado lead historic military figurines, including thirty-seven mounted figures predominantly medieval cavalry figures, including 'Wolfram von Eschenbach, Germany c.1200', 11.6cm high, and 'Sir John Codrington, Standard bearer to Henry V, Agincourt, 1415' 9.2cm high loose arm, and two foot soldiers, together with five Napoleonic foot soldiers, largest a british soldier with spontoon, 13.6cm high, four loose pieces. (44).
Lot 130A WWI 9ct gold double-sided photograph pendant believed to be of C-12873 Private Percy Everingham and a male relative, together with his posthumously granted Victory and War medals and death plaque.
Percy Everingham, Private Everingham of Kimberley Street, Hull, was killed in action in the battle of the Somme 1916..
Lot 131Three groups of WWI and WWII medals including a possible father and son collection, WWI Victory and War medals for 65772 Private E. Balderson Machine Gun Corp with cardboard box, a group of WWII and later medals for 14329719 Signalman C.H. Balderson Royal Signals, a General Service medal with Palestine 1945-48 clasp, France and Germany star, 1939-1945 star, war medal, and a group of five WWII medals, Pacific star, Atlantic star, 1939-45 star, Defence medal and War medals, all with ribbons. (1 bag).
Lot 132A group of six WWII and later medals, for J1345494 A/Cpl J. D. Esplin, comprising a Burma star, 1939-1945 star, Defence medal, War medal, Queen Elizabeth II Campaign Service medal with South Arabia clasp, an RAF Long Service Good Conduct medal, all with ribbons, and two safe driving medallions. (8).
Lot 133A group of WWI and WWII medals, awarded to Corporal C S Gill, Lincolnshire regiment, comprising three WWI medals a George V Military Medal, Victory and War medal, four WWII medals, 1939-1945 star, France and Germany star, Defence, 1939-1945 War medal, and five Lincolnshire regimental badges, all mounted within a presentation case..
Lot 134A group of WWII medals for 920295 Pilot Officer Denny Lake RAF including an Aircrew Europe Star, 1939-1945 Star, War medal, all with ribbons, citation papers, a two page handwritten letter from Lake to his wife dated 10th July 1940 (the first day of the Battle of Britain) which mentions bombings and use of anti aircraft guns at his airfield, a telegram reporting him missing in action, dated 18th June 1941, also an RAF cigarette case with enamel enamel RAF insignia, and an ancestor's presentation issue list of Subscribers to the 'Testimonial'. (1 bag).
Lot 135A linen WWII German naval flag 'Reichskriegsflagge', 1935-1937, with rope fastenings, red ground with black swastika inside a central white circle on a black and white cross, further black 'iron cross' to upper corner, 75 by 136cm.
Provenance: Owned by a member of a WWII communications unit who collected various items throughout the his time in Europe through the war, thence by decent..
Lot 137A 19th century white metal and horn handled sword, likely an Indonesian parang or pedang, with silver scabbard elaborately repousse decorated and engraved with diamond patterns panels alternating with panels of scrolling foliage, stylised leaf borders, a line of text to the top rim, the pommel and handle carved from a single piece of horn, finely carved with scrolling foliage and covered by three cylindrical pieces of silver to form the handle, blade unmarked, the white metal unmarked but some testing as silver, blade 62cm, scabbard 6 by 3 by 63.5cm, 80.5cm long overall..
Lot 139A group of four WWI era hand drawn cartoons, comprising of two cartoons signed by 'Maxwell Scott', 'King Rum' and 'Were you awful sick when you went to hospital Geordie? - Aye! And I was awful sick when I had to come out too.' Both 32.5 by 24.5cm, and two others, both unsigned and possibly from Burma of an English officer, 'O.C. Labour' 31.2 by 23.5cm, and 'A.T.O.' 33.2 by 20.6cm, all unmounted and unframed. (4 ).
Lot 142Heathcote Stratham: 'Architecture Among the Poets', published by Batsford, London 1898, together with 'Antiquarian and Architectural Year Book, Newbury, published 1845, and two volumes of 'Gothic Architecture' by J. H. Parker, published by Shrimpton, Oxford 1840, one lacking spine, from Oundle School Library. (4).
Lot 143A group of five assorted books including 'Elements of Arithmetic', illustrated by Ingram Cobbin 1836, 11th edition, Dr Ahn's 'First French Reading Book', 1867, 'Blandings the Blest' by Geoffrey Jaggard, 'Style in Sculpture', published 1947 and 'Royal Doulton 1815-1965' by Desmond Eyles, all hard covers. (5).