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  1. "highboy" ??????? For decades (centuries) they have been known as "tallboys" in the civilised world.😉
  2. Sooooooooooo - it seemed to work a trick.!................😉 (Sorry Paul - I couldn't resist)
  3. Look here https://www.theislandwiki.org/index.php/Great_War_Service_-_S Somebody thinks he was POW
  4. Try bidorbuy.co.za Usually lots for sale there.
  5. The ribbon for the Order of Roraima is hand-woven in Guyana - a tribute to local art skills. G,
  6. https://www.thegazette.co.uk/London/issue/38161/supplement/34 Page 38 Frederick James CHALLAN, Boiler Shop Fore-man, Grade IV, North-Western Railway,Moghalpura, Lahore.I Note spelling! G.
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    Zambia

    Does anybody have the original "Act" for Zambian honours? Proclamation No. 6 of 1965 contained in Statutory Instrument No. 347 of 1965 - (or possibly S.I. No54 of 1965). Graeme
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    Zambia

    Does anybody have a copy of Statutory Instrument No. 347 of 1965 - the first inauguration of Zambian Honours and Awards.....before later amendments. G
  9. Trade! Better off in the fold than outside!..and......Oh, there are still many Commonwealth republics with vestiges of ye olde British colonialism - names of ranks, uniform design, honours design and criteria, snobbishness of superiors, etc, etc. One could go on forever.....and some probably will..... G.
  10. I was going to ignore previous erroneous comments regarding the "availability" of medals from T&T Police stores. They never were, and definitely are not now "available"! The fact that the most senior officer at one time decided to uplift his own most genuinely awarded medal from the stores (where else would they be kept?????), and very generously presented me with a specimen in no way reflects on the integrity of the T&T Police or any implied laxity of store-keeping integrity. If one is not fully aware it is perhaps wise not to make malicious statements. This is
  11. Bonjour Emmanuel J'espère que tu vas bien. Je n'allais pas répondre aux commentaires de Dave. Merci pour vos commentaires. Donc - vous trouvez toujours ces articles difficiles à obtenir - vous devez être lié à cet autre célèbre belge - Hercule Poirot! Si vous en avez deux de chaque, et vous ne voulez pas le deuxième ... Cordialement Graeme
  12. I quickly found three of them very quickly - Wilfred Arthur Ward eluded me in short time I had available. Search for (including quote marks) "ward james henry" etc. ie surname first then given names. Putting it in quote marks means look for exact text. Don't worry about the comma - the Gazette search function ignores it. Wilfred ??? you'll have to look harder. Cheers Graeme
  13. I can't find the Statute in the Gazette, but in the authoritative book "Royal Service, Volume 1" it is stated that the King approved the central stripe on 13 Sept 1951 and the Statute was dated 15 Oct 1951. This information appears in a chapter relating to the Victorian Medal and there is no indication as to whether it applies to all grades of the Order. Cheers Graeme
  14. It might help if you could provide his full names and any details you may have regarding where and when he might have served. G.
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