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militaria item RAF Athletics & Cross Country Association bronze medal
- British
This medal (F. Phillips of Aldershot is on the inside of the case lid and also in raised lettering on the reverse of the medal itself) was created in the early 1920s for athletics and crosscountry running. It shows Icarus having his wings strapped on by a bearded assistant. The reverse is marked 'Team Championships 1924 Open Tug-of-War Winners'.
£45.00
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militaria item 1935 Jubilee medal on lady's bow
- British
This was given to the good and great in 1935 to commemorate the Jubilee of George V and Queen Mary. The men received it on a conventional loose ribbon with pin suspension; the women received it in this fashion with a bow.
£30.00
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militaria item WW2 War & Defence Medals
- British
This is the classic pair of campaign awards for WW2; indeed, other than the India Service Medal and the War Medal in silver for the Canadians, they were the only circular medals issued by the British Empire in WW2.
£15.00
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militaria item Silver revolver match medal, RNVR (Sussex Division)
- British
Engraved on the reverse is: 'INTER S/DIV. // REVOLVER MATCH // 1950'. This is possibly the second prize for an annual revolver contest, the first prize being gold and the third bronze.
£40.00
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militaria item Fob medal, RNVR (Sussex Division)
- British
The RND was raised in the Great War from men from the Royal Naval Volunteer Reserve. The enamel medieval sailing ship device is the heraldic emblem of the Cinque Ports of southern England and was also used by the Sussex Division of the RNVR, who, as part of the RND, fought with great distinction at Gallipoli and later on the Western Front in WW1.
£25.00
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militaria item Fob medal, RNVR (Sussex Division)
- British
The RND was raised in the Great War from men from the Royal Naval Volunteer Reserve. The enamel medieval sailing ship device is the heraldic emblem of the Cinque Ports of southern England and was also used by the Sussex Division of the RNVR, who, as part of the RND, fought with great distinction at Gallipoli and later on the Western Front in WW1.
£25.00
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militaria item Fob medal, RNVR (Sussex Division), silver hallmarked
- British
The RND was raised in the Great War from men from the Royal Naval Volunteer Reserve. The enamel medieval sailing ship device is the heraldic emblem of the Cinque Ports of southern England and was also used by the Sussex Division of the RNVR, who, as part of the RND, fought with great distinction at Gallipoli and later on the Western Front in WW1.
£25.00
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militaria item Two fob medals, RND & RNVR (Sussex Division)
- British
The RND was raised in the Great War from men from the Royal Naval Volunteer Reserve. The enamel medieval sailing ship device is the heraldic emblem of the Cinque Ports of southern England and was also used by the Sussex Division of the RNVR, who, as part of the RND, fought with great distinction at Gallipoli and later on the Western Front in WW1.
£75.00
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militaria item Divisional whaler's crew medal, RNVR (Sussex Division)
- British
The medal (diameter 39mm) shows a whaling crew race with a warship in the background and it comes in a small red card box with a paper label attached on which is typed 'CPO Wyatt'. The whaler, normally manned by a crew of 12 oarsmen, was a small sailing boat used for ship's landing parties.
£35.00
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militaria item Inter-service division whaler medal, RNVR (Sussex Division)
- British
The medal (diameter 33mm) shows a whaling crew race with a warship in the background. The whaler, normally manned by a crew of 12 oarsmen, was a small sailing boat used for ship's landing parties. The name 'whaler' derives from the type of boat used in harpoon expeditions against whales principally in the 19th century.
£25.00
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