Sale: Medals & Coins, Arms & Armour

Wednesday 1st May 2019 10:30AM

278 lots in this sale

All lots are subject to the Buyer’s Premium at 25% + VAT.

Lot Description Estimate Hammer
501 A Knight Batchelor's badge £200 - £250 £250
502 The Order of the Companions of Honour £2,800 - £3,500 £2800
503 The Most Excellent Order of the British Empire £500 - £600 £500
504 The O.B.E. group of five medals to Lieutenant Commander Harold D. Watts-Russell £300 - £400 £380
505 The fine Siege of Malta O.B.E group of ten medals to Wing Commander Henry Hipwood £500 - £700 £1400
506 Orders and decorations and medals to Brigadier-General Cecil Faber Aspinall-Oglander £6,500 - £7,500 £24000
507 The Boer War Distinguished Conduct Medal group of four medals to Battery Sergeant Major Thomas Dolan £1,800 - £2,200
508 The Military Cross group of medals to Lieutenant Colonel Robert Douglas Greaves Townend £800 - £1,200 £1000
509 A Great War Military Cross and prisoner of war group of medals to Lieutenant Herbert Gwynne Evans £600 - £800 £950
510 The First World War Palestine Campaign Military Cross group to Lieutenant George Kett £600 - £900 £750
511 The Great War Military Medal group of four medals to Edward Ladd £300 - £400 £300
512 The Great War Military Medal to fatal casualty Corporal Ernest Middleton £150 - £200 £300
513 A small collection of dress miniatures £70 - £100 £190
514 Medal to Lance Corporal Jeremy 'Rocky' Rowe £1,000 - £2,000 £1900
515 The Battle of Omdurman group of six medals to Arthur Westwood £2,000 - £3,000 £8500
516 Three medals to men in Naval service: Royal Naval Long Service and Good Conduct £200 - £300 £180
517 The medals to Squadron Sergeant Major J.M. Warne £250 - £350 £350
518 A Queen's South Africa Medal £100 - £150 £110
519 A small collection of campaign medals £350 - £450 £500
520 A family collection of medals £400 - £450 £400
521 A family collection of medals £80 - £120 £60
522 Five medals to or claimed by Captain A.R. Finlayson £70 - £100 £70
523 Seven medals to N.D. Watts Russell £200 - £300
524 The Great War pair and Memorial Plaque to Private Reuben Brown £70 - £100 £180
525 A collection of Great War campaign awards £150 - £250 £280
526 Six 1914-15 Star medal trios to Corps: 081853 Pte. B.T. Peck A.S.C. £250 - £300 £250
527 Two First World War medal groups to sailors £100 - £150 £120
528 A small collection of Great War campaign medals £100 - £150 £60
529 A small collection of Great War medal groups £200 - £300 £200
530 Eight Great War pairs: K. 38415 F.J. EALEY. STO. 1. R.N. (with Admiralty envelope); 23563 PTE. S. J. £100 - £150 £150
531 A Great War trio to Sergeant Harold Pennington £100 - £150 £450
532 Three Great War medal groups: a trio to Private F. Ellis £120 - £140 £250
533 A small collection of Great War Medal Groups £100 - £150 £170
534 A collection of single Great War medals £150 - £200 £280
535 A collection of British Victory Medals £160 - £220 £220
536 A collection of British Victory Medals £160 - £220 £240
537 A collection of British Victory Medals to casualties £250 - £350 £350
538 A collection of British Victory Medals £250 - £300 £220
539 A collection of British Victory Medals £160 - £220 £220
540 Five medals to Warrant Officer 2nd class T.M. Elliott £200 - £300
541 A group of seven medals to Engine Room Artificer 1st Class S.J. Woolgar £200 - £300 £200
542 A Second World War Far East P.O.W. group of four medals to Gunner Wilfred Lambourne £150 - £250 £190
543 The Second World War group of eight medals to Captain (later Major) Robert Griffiths £600 - £700
544 Two groups of World War Two campaign medals: 1939-14 and France and Germany Stars £50 - £80 £50
545 A Second World War Australian group of six medals to Harold Godfrey Quinlan: 1939-45 Star £150 - £200
546 A collection of medals £150 - £250 £200
547 WITHDRAWN
548 WITHDRAWN
549 A Victorian Naval Long Service and Good Conduct medal £80 - £120 £150
550 A large quantity of Second World War campaign awards £250 - £350
551 A small collection of medals £100 - £150 £140
552 Royal Warwickshire Regiment: a collection of medals £200 - £300
553 A collection or group of five French medals: Medaille Militaire; Criox de Guerre £100 - £150
554 France: Legion of Honour £70 - £100 £100
555 Imperial Russian Army: a silver breast badge £100 - £150 £1300
556 Three medical prize medals £2,500 - £3,000 £1900
557 Coronation of Queen Victoria 1838 £150 - £250 £380
558 George IV £200 - £300 £180
559 A small quantity of commemorative medals £250 - £300 £220
560 A quantity of commemorative medals £150 - £200 £250
561 A small collection of British and foreign commemorative and souvenir medals £40 - £60 £380
562 Duke of Argyle £200 - £300
563 A small collection of prize medals £100 - £150 £140
564 A small quantity of medals £100 - £150 £220
565 George III £200 - £300 £400
566 George III £200 - £300 £600
567 George IV £250 - £350 £380
568 George IV £100 - £150 £120
569 Victoria £250 - £350 £280
570 Victoria £250 - £300 £280
571 George VI £1,000 - £1,500 £1300
572 Elizabeth II £100 - £150 £200
573 Charles II £150 - £200 £150
574 George III £150 - £250
575 George III £150 - £200
576 NO LOT
577 Victoria £150 - £250 £170
578 Edward VII £150 - £250
579 Victoria £300 - £500
580 Victoria £150 - £200 £150
581 A small collection of British coins £400 - £600 £600
582 A small quantity of British coins £150 - £200 £250
583 Scotland £60 - £100
584 Ireland £100 - £150 £80
585 George III £80 - £120
586 Victoria £50 - £70
587 Italian States: Tuscany £800 - £1,200 £800
588 Japan £200 - £300 £180
589 Papal States £150 - £200
590 Swiss Cantons: Solothurn £100 - £150
591 Italian States: Tuscany £300 - £500 £420
592 A collection of Chinese silver coins £450 - £550 £5500
593 Japanese Ichibu £80 - £100 £2200
594 A collection of Chinese copper coins £100 - £150 £3600
595 Elizabeth II £1,400 - £1,600 £1600
596 Elizabeth II £1,400 - £1,600 £1500
597 Elizabeth II £3,000 - £3,500 £3800
598 Victoria £380 - £450 £420
599 Channel Islands: a collection of silver proof coins £200 - £300 £220
600 Elizabeth II £100 - £150 £120
601 A collection of British specimens and proof coin sets £500 - £700 £700
602 A collection of British specimen coins and proofs: including: George VI £180 - £220 £180
603 United States of America: a small quantity of specimen coins £100 - £150 £130
604 NO LOT
605 A large quantity of assorted coins and tokens £100 - £150 £100
606 A small collection of British silver and cupro-nickel coins £50 - £70 £70
607 A collection of half crowns £150 - £250 £150
608 A large collection of British and foreign coins £200 - £250 £600
609 A collection of assorted numismia £100 - £150 £550
610 A collection of Chinese & Indian silver £100 - £120 £110
611 A small collection of coins £200 - £300 £220
612 Assorted coins £100 - £150 £280
613 An assortment of coins of the British Isles £280 - £320 £380
614 A large collection of British and foreign coins £250 - £300 £650
615 Assorted foreign coins £250 - £350 £450
616 Anglesey £80 - £120 £170
617 A collection of 19th Century British token coinage £100 - £150 £160
618 A collection of 18th Century British token coinage £120 - £180 £220
619 A collection of 18th and 19th Century British token coinage £200 - £250 £480
620 Elizabeth II £60 - £80
621 British bank note: 1947 issue £100 - £150 £100
622 A Japanese sword (o-wakizashi) £400 - £600 £600
623 A Japanese sword £300 - £500 £1000
624 A Japanese short sword (wakizashi) £500 - £700 £1000
625 A Tibetan dagger £700 - £1,000 £500
626 λ A Persian sword (shamshir) £1,500 - £2,000 £2600
627 λ An Ottoman Balkan dagger (jambiya) £250 - £350
628 λ A good Khyber knife £250 - £300 £300
629 λ A Sinhalese knife (piha-kaetta) £100 - £150 £160
630 An Indian axe (bullova) £100 - £150 £150
631 Four Indian axes (bullova) £200 - £300 £250
632 Three Indian steel axes £200 - £300
633 An Indian axe £100 - £150 £100
634 Four Moroccan daggers (jambiya or koummya) £250 - £350 £280
635 λ Eight Syrian daggers (jambiya) £350 - £450 £420
636 λ Five Syrian daggers (jambiya) £200 - £300 £250
637 A collection of four daggers (jambiya) £150 - £250 £160
638 λ Eight Syrian daggers (jambiya) £350 - £450 £380
639 Three Albanian daggers (jambiya) £180 - £250 £200
640 A fine Sudanese sword (kaskara) £200 - £300 £280
641 λ Three Sudanese swords (kaskara) £250 - £350 £350
642 A Sudanese sword (kaskara) £100 - £150 £100
643 Three West African swords £250 - £350 £600
644 A Tuareg sword (takouba) £100 - £150 £80
645 λ A small collection of North African and Mediterranean knives £100 - £150 £150
646 A quantity of edged weapons £200 - £300 £420
647 Three South East Asian weapons: an Igorot axe £200 - £300 £220
648 Three Indonesian daggers (kris) £250 - £350 £250
649 A scarce stick sword from the island of Solor £500 - £700
650 Three Asian weapons: an Assamese sword (dao) £150 - £200 £140
651 A collection of Asian weapons £250 - £350 £450
652 A collection of Islamic weapons £150 - £250 £280
653 A collection of Asian edged weapons £300 - £400 £300
654 λ A Caucasian sword (shashka) £800 - £1,000 £800
655 A fine Caucasian dagger (kindjal) £1,000 - £1,500 £3000
656 Henry VIII of England: a rare and historically important gun shield. A convex circular shield £30,000 - £50,000
657 A breastplate £300 - £500 £280
658 An early 19th Century French heavy cavalry breastplate £200 - £300
659 A 19th Century French cavalry cuirass by Coulaux Brothers £300 - £400 £350
660 A late 17th Century English officer's sword £250 - £350 £550
661 A British 1821 pattern heavy cavalry officer's undress sword £300 - £400 £450
662 United States of America: a good 1832 pattern general and staff officers' sword and belt £400 - £600 £380
663 λ A Victorian 1831 pattern general officer's sword £400 - £600
664 An Elizabeth II 1912 pattern cavalry officer's sword of the 16th (The Queen's) Lancers £300 - £500 £450
665 A British 1897 pattern infantry officer's sword £120 - £180 £250
666 A Prussian model 1889 Infantry officer's sword £200 - £300 £200
667 A late 18th/early 19th Century light cavalry trooper's sword £80 - £120 £130
668 A British army sergeant's dress sword £100 - £150 £160
669 A scarce 17th Century English dagger of the so-called 'Buckingham' type £1,500 - £1,800 £2400
670 A late 16th Century left hand dagger £800 - £1,200 £950
671 A 17th Century Italian miniature dagger £400 - £600 £1400
672 A 17th Century Italian Stiletto £300 - £400 £480
673 λ An Italian plug bayonet £300 - £500 £300
674 λ A late 17th Century English plug bayonet £700 - £1,000
675 A Spanish plug bayonet £200 - £300 £200
676 λ A Spanish plug bayonet £300 - £500
677 A fine 17th Century English plug bayonet £500 - £700 £430
678 A continental plug bayonet £300 - £400
679 Two German bayonets: a model 1898 n/A £150 - £200 £220
680 λ A good Norwegian knife £150 - £200 £250
681 λ A Burmese knife £100 - £150
682 A heavy axe of 'headman's' type £200 - £300 £200
683 A British 1856 pattern pioneer's sword £80 - £120 £80
684 A British 1796 pattern infantry officer's sword £100 - £150 £100
685 A collection of edged weapons £250 - £350 £350
686 A collection of edged weapons £350 - £450 £350
687 A collection of edged weapons £150 - £200 £160
688 A fine cased pair of 12 bore officer's percussion pistols by Westley Richards £6,000 - £8,000
689 A splendid cased George H. Daw 54 bore five-shot double action percussion revolver £3,000 - £4,000 £2800
690 A cased English five-shot self-cocking percussion revolver £1,000 - £1,500
691 An 18th Century English flintlock pistol £200 - £300 £280
692 An English 120 bore six-shot 'pepperbox' percussion revolver £150 - £250 £420
693 An American .30 calibre percussion target pistol £250 - £350 £450
694 A scarce .577/450 Orange Free State contract Martini Henry carbine by Westley Richards £200 - £300 £500
695 A .577 Nepalese three band snider service rifle £250 - £350
696 A .577 Snider sporting rifle £200 - £300 £250
697 A flintlock blunderbuss with East India Company marked lock £1,000 - £1,200
698 A 19th Century Anglo-Indian flintlock blunderbuss £300 - £500 £550
699 λ A Moroccan percussion musket £100 - £150 £400
700 Ƒ Ludwig Loewe £250 - £350 £250
701 Ƒ CZ £200 - £300
702 Ƒ R.S.A.F. Enfield £300 - £400
703 Ƒ Long Branch £250 - £350 £450
704 Ƒ Victor Sarasqueta £200 - £300
705 Ƒ KRCAV £350 - £450
706 Ƒ Cogswell & Harrison £100 - £200 £90
707 An English 40 bore Day's Patent underhammer percussion walking stick gun £200 - £300 £420
708 Three brown leather leg-o'-mutton gun cases £80 - £120 £80
709 An English 54 calibre underhammer percussion rifle with 'takedown' butt £200 - £300 £450
710 A copper and brass powder flask £50 - £70
711 A leather shotgun slip £100 - £150 £200
712 An assortment of shotgun cartridges £40 - £60 £30
713 Sir Gerald Kelly £1,500 - £2,500
714 A post 1902 9th Lancers other ranks lance cap £400 - £600 £480
715 14th Regiment of Foot: an officer's shako £600 - £800 £850
716 A Staffordshire Yeomanry trooper's 1847 pattern helmet £500 - £700
717 A 2nd Battalion Gloucestershire Rifle Volunteers other ranks home service cloth helmet £300 - £500 £550
718 A Red Army budenovka (cap) £100 - £150 £100
719 Oxford Militia: a scarce shoulder belt plate £200 - £400
720 12th Royal Lancers: three silver items: an officer's belt ornament £100 - £150 £130
721 A Great War British tank crew mask £300 - £500 £450
722 A British Royal Naval Reserve officer's bicorn hat £150 - £200 £220
723 The Princess of Wales Royal Regiment gallantry interest: an autographed regimental association tie £200 - £300
724 A detailed scratch build model of a Crusader Tank £200 - £300 £200
725 Admiral Lord Nelson: an engraving after J. F. Abbot depicting the Battle of the Nile £50 - £60 £140
726 United States of America: a WWII plywood foot locker and assorted contents: plywood box with metal £200 - £300
727 After L. Morot £700 - £900
728 A good collection of militaria £100 - £150 £110
728A An interesting collection of correspondence and other ephemera £100 - £150 £100
729 A good collection of military ephemera £100 - £200 £90
730 A collection of military ephemera £150 - £220
731 A British naval officer of the watch telescope £100 - £150 £320
732 A cast brass figure of a British Second World War era paratrooper £70 - £100
733 A quantity of insignia and other items £100 - £150 £160
734 A collection of insignia and other militaria £80 - £120 £160
735 Phoney War and Burma Campaign: a large collection of documents and correspondence £100 - £200 £120
736 An interesting collection of militaria £100 - £150 £190
737 A large quantity of insignia £70 - £100 £100
738 A small quantity of British insignia £30 - £50
739 A small collection of military models £50 - £70 £50
740 A model field gun £100 - £150
741 WITHDRAWN 0
742 A collection of firearm reference books £100 - £150
743 Four firearm reference books: Harry E. Jones £50 - £70 £60
744 Major T.I. Dunn £50 - £70
745 An Imperial German Naval 28cm shell case £200 - £400 £950
746 A 19th Century Whitworth shell £150 - £250 £350
747 Three inert shells: a British naval 2 pounder high explosive round £150 - £200 £180
748 A quantity of sectioned artillery shell fuzes £300 - £500 £1200
749 An assortment of shell artillery cases £150 - £200 £280
750 An assortment of artillery shell cases £250 - £350 £750
751 A quantity of small calibre artillery and small arms cartridge cases £70 - £100 £80
752 A collection of miscellaneous ordnance relics £250 - £350 £1300
753 A collection of 'trench art' paper knives £150 - £250 £200
754 A large quantity of 'trench art' £300 - £400 £350
755 A large collection of inert artillery shell fuses £500 - £700 £1400
756 A very fine South Wales Borderers sweetheart brooch £100 - £200 £90
757 A very fine Indian Medical Service sweetheart brooch £80 - £120 £70
758 A very fine Royal Artillery sweetheart brooch £200 - £300
759 A fine Royal Artillery sweetheart brooch £100 - £150
760 A sweetheart brooch of the King's Own Yorkshire Light Infantry £100 - £150 £90
761 A fine nine carat gold Naval sweetheart brooch £80 - £120 £350
762 Four Naval sweetheart brooches: one with crowned fouled anchor within a wreath £150 - £200
763 Three corps sweetheart brooches: Machine Gun Corps £150 - £250 £190
764 Four Naval sweetheart brooches: Royal Navy Transport £200 - £300 £280
765 Four regimental sweetheart brooches: Royal West Surrey £180 - £220 £200
766 Four regimental sweetheart brooches £300 - £500 £280
767 Four regimental sweetheart brooches: Bedfordshire & Hertfordshire and 21st Country of London (First £150 - £200 £130
768 Two cavalry sweetheart brooches: 1st Queen's Dragoon Guards £100 - £150 £160
769 Five sweetheart brooches made in the form of Lee-Enfield type rifles with bayonets fixed £200 - £300 £380
770 Three sweetheart brooches: The Hampshire Regiment £200 - £300 £200
771 Five Naval sweetheart brooches: a silver example in the form of a fouled anchor crossed £50 - £80 £50
772 Seven regimental and corps sweetheart brooches: Royal Engineers £180 - £220 £220
773 Six corps sweetheart brooches: Intelligence Corps and Army Pay Corps £250 - £350
774 Six Commonwealth and Foreign sweetheart brooches: Royal West African Frontier Force £120 - £180 £110
775 Eight Royal Air Force sweetheart brooches: a nine carat gold and enamelled example £140 - £180 £220
776 A collection of sweetheart jewellery and other badges £100 - £150 £220
777 A small collection of Mizpah brooches £100 - £150 £200