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  1. Hi yes based on age, rank etc it is the only one that fits as this is a 1951 - 1953 issue so if you work backwards there was I think only 2 x William Ross who where police officers, 1 was a PC, the other a PS REGARDS
  2. Hi Dave found it on a census paper and he was the only William Ross that is stated as a police constable, please find attached regards C
  3. Hi I just received my first Police Long Service and Good Conduct Medal and after researching found it was awarded to: Name: William Ross Rank: Police Constable Police Constabulary: Admiralty Civil Police, Plymouth Born: 24/08/1894 Previous occupation: Seaman, Royal Navy service number ? (15441? can't find any service or medal records so any assistance would be great) regards C
  4. Just wanted to share some new additions to my collection, a bit of a mix of different eras and services regards C
  5. Hi I have just added a new BWM to my collection and is awarded to what I think is not a often seen unit of the NZEF. Name: McCullagh. W.J. Rank: Bombardier Service Number; 15/151 Unit: New Zealand Divisional HQ Staff Reinforcements: 9th NZEF Reinforcements Other Units: 9th (Wellington East Coast) Mounted Rifles, New Zealand Artillery (11th, 14th Batteries, 3rd NZA Brigade) Wounded: yes, France 05.04.1918 Place of birth: Te Nui (Tinui), New Zealand Occupation: Commercial Traveler This is my 50th New Zealand Medal and always love finding that slightly different units, Also with NZ medals I like the fact that full service records are generally available regards C
  6. Hi Jim thanks for the info the NZOSM is genuine, issued nu-named as many were and the naming on both Korea medals are official replacements and seem correctly named in the same style as another NZ Korea pairs I have in my collection as I think only New Zealand named the UN Korea regards Hi again Jim I take it that ""the NZ Korea Roll" by Howard Chamberlain is a book and where could I buy one regards
  7. Hi just finished mounting my latest NZ group and nice three medal group for Korea War Service Awarded to: Name: Wilson A.A Rank: LSG Service Number: 106125 Service: Royal New Zealand Navy Medals: New Zealand Operational Service Medal, Korea Medal, United Nations (Korea) Medal Regards C
  8. Hi John I tend to agree with comments listed above I have my grandfathers WW1 Trio as well my fathers WW2 medals and know that the ribbons have been replaced several times by them due to they always wanted them to look pristine as over time they faded or just had some slight wear and tear, but I feel that new ribbons never detracted from them both proudly wearing them on memorial services. in my collection I have at times have needed to replace ribbons especially on trios as I like to court mount my trios (again a personal choice which it self is a different debate) due to one or more of the ribbons have been badly damaged or missing. Often I buy medals with no ribbon, so I replace them with good quality ribbons like many others I have a box or original or possible original ribbons placed in medal envelopes marked from the where they came from so if required when of if I go to selling them I can offer them as part of sale again I feel that it comes down to the individual on how they wish to maintain the ribbons on medals they collect in a manner that makes them happy and allows them to enjoy their hobby C
  9. OG III # 115895 was part of a block (115301-117300) and was Issued according to the Act to Capt. Savchenko D.P., 2nd Baltic Front on the 03.08.1944 and possibly to the 3rd Army for issue to units that formed the 2nd Baltic Front regards C
  10. Hello all I have a few LOF badges (NZ) in my NZ Badge collection and have now received my first medal it is a New Zealand Legion of Frontiersmen Long Service & Efficiency Medal made by Mayer and Kean as is marked to front of medal (Wellington NZ) I don't know much about this medal or the period of issue but is made of silver and I might think it would have been the first issue, to which period I am not sure Also are these commonly found medals any help on this medal and information would be appreciated regards C
  11. Hi Paul thanks for that, it looks like that could fit, shame the naming is so hard to see as is a great medal regards C
  12. I have just received my first IGSM 1895 - 1902 and are having trouble with the name I would like to see if anyone can define the name better than I have the only number I see is --9-, but it could be 3294? rank ()sepoy is fine as is the regiment (2nd Punjab Infantry) name is my challenge it could be Faitlyilli? regards C
  13. hello I am trying to see if there is a medal roll for the 2nd Punjab regiment for the IGSM 1895 - 1902 If so would someone be able to point me the right direction regards and thanks C
  14. Hi Peter yes I feel it is the 10th Bengal Infantry the name is 424 Havr Basgit Jewari regards here is the medal
  15. I have just purchased my first IGSM 1854 - 95 medal with a Burma 1887 - 89 clasp I am trying to find out more about the regiment, the medal is named to 10th BI, would that be the 10th Battalion, Burma Infantry Regiment? If so would anyone know where more information could be found regards to that regiment and would the medal roll be on line? regards Caz
  16. Hi guys thanks for the nice comments, I have found a better and cleaner way to mount my medals so they now have a better look will need to remount a few more as a result lol regards C
  17. hello just finished mounting my latest addition to my collection a BEM to Sgt. J. Collett, Army Catering Corps, his service number would indicate he served in the Royal Artillery during WW2 regards C
  18. Have just received two pairs of police medals that will now be part of my growing police medals collection QVJM, 1902 MPCM pair to: PC Courtier, A. Warrant number 73433 / 2197 - "A" Division (Whitehall); DM, SCLSM pair to: Allan. A.M. Regards C
  19. looking at this the center is a British army rank "pip" and the star is all wrong as I would guess it is possible French as there are four Fleur - de - lis in the place of where loins should be and to my knowledge I don't think the British used Fleur - de - lis in their orders I would certainly keep away from this C
  20. I thought I would share my first 2 metropolitan police 1911 Coronation Medals awarded to: Pike. E. PC , "P" Division (Camberwell). Joined 30.11.1908, Retired 03.12.1934; Reserve Officer WW2; Warrant number 96370 Pratt A. PC , "J" Division (Hackney(Bethnal Green)). Joined 30.11.1908 , Retired 04.05.1922 (Died) ; Warrant number 96530 I noticed that their warrant numbers are very close and they joined on the same day, so chances are they knew each other regards C
  21. Hi Peter The reason for the interest is I have just purchased a AGSM with 2 clasps awarded to a member of the Baluch Camel Corps so are always interested in the involvement of the unit regards Caz
  22. hello I am trying to find any information on the Baluch Camel Corps especially the period around 1900 - 1910 if anyone can point me in the correct direction would be appreciated regards C
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