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  1. Time Left: 27 days and 12 hours

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    A cased Thai Order; The Most Noble Order of tthe White Elephant Knights Commander 2nd class, cased. This award was issued / awarded in 1991 The order is in perfect condition with no enamel damage, have some patina on the silver which is normal for there age. The case has minimal wear and is in good solid condition with no damage to the hing, some light staining to the lining Payment through paypal and £5.00 postage to UK, Overseas POA

    £140.00

  2. hello I am looking to find more information into the battles that the 13th Battalion, Yorkshire Regiment would have been involved in while in North Russia in 1918. I think the battalion arrived into Murmansk November 27th 1918 looking for actions they where involved in as well how long they where based there. just on a side note would anyone know how many Military Crosses would have been awarded to british troops for the North Russia campaign regards and thanks Caz
  3. Hi just wanted to share a little more about Challan. He was born in Jabalpur. India around 1895 and was a boiler maker before joing the army he joined the army 18.07.1916 in India prior to joining he also served in the East India Vol Rifles, Mussoorie Vol Rifles regards
  4. Hi Paul thanks for that, do you have link to the gazette entry by chance and will keep you in mind if i wish to move this BEM on regards Caz
  5. Hi just wanted to share my first MM which is part of a pair Sutcliffe, A.E. Gunner 53 Royal Artillery MM 12.12.1917
  6. hi just wanted to share my first DCM which is part of a group Cross. F. Sergeant 5528 West Yorkshire Regiment DCM 23.06.1916
  7. Hello I am seeing if there is a database of how many DCM and MM where awarded to each regiment for WW1, if so would appreciate a push in the right direction regards Caz
  8. Hi Gunner thanks for that will contact him regards Caz
  9. Hello all I am looking to see if anyone can help obtain the service record for the following officer: Lt Jefferys, Eric George served in SA in 20th / 22nd Battalions Imperial Yeomanry as L/Cpl service number 14560 then was promoted served WW1 in Northumberland Fusiliers regards and thanks Caz
  10. Hi Again It seems I have his name wrong it is Challen not Cullen I have managed to locate his service records, full name is Frederick Charles Challen. his MIC stated his second name starting with a J but should have been a C, hope that helps regards
  11. Hi Gordon thanks for the information will have a look at both regards C
  12. Hi all I have just started to look at adding QSA medals to my line of collecting and would like to know if there is a list of how many of each clasp was issued and if there was a list / record of how many issued to each regiment involved in the Boer War regards C
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