WW1 British Lusitania sinking medal, in box with documentation.
WW1 British Lusitania sinking medal, in box with documentation.
Canadian South West Asia General Service Medal, impressed to SAYED BAKHTARI. Purchased on the infamous Chicken Street, Kabul Afghanistan, this medal was given to servicemen as well as helpful locals. Medal comes in original box.
WW2, Korean and Vietnam Canadian Medal Group to Major J.G. Mimms. This group includes his Defence, Canadian Volunteer Service Medal with clasp (CVSM), and 1939-1945 War medal. Included is his Korean service medal (named ZB 4525 J.G. MIMMS) and Korea U.N. medal, his C.D. medal (named Captain J.G. Mimms) and finally his rare “International Commission for Supervision and Control” Vietnam medal. Very few of these medals were named to Canadians, making this a unique grouping. His medal ribbon bar and miniatures (not pictured) are also part of the group.
WW2 British medal group to Ballonist to CPL R.K. RENDALL 874720 AUX. A.F. This group comes with his 1939-1945 and Burma Stars, as well as his Defence and 1939-1945 War medal. His Air Efficiency Award medal is impressed with his name. His Air Force Service Book, dog tags and personal items are not pictured.
Royal Fleet Reserve Long Service and Good Conduct medal, awarded to “J. 36088 (CH. B. 20463) G.W. IVES A.B.R.F.R.” Name impressed on rim of medal.
Three cased Canadian Memorial Cross medals, issued in WW1, WW2 and post 1952. Note different designs on each medal.
WW2 British Naval group belonging to Edward William Shefferd. Group includes his defence medal and his 1939-1945 war medal, his Certificate of Service and Seamans Record Book as well as his Identity Card. An interesting group as it not only contains his photo and finger prints, but records of the vessels he served on.
WW2 photo grouping belonging to Petty Officer Fred Bird of the Royal Canadian Navy. This extensive group includes hundreds of WW2 and Korean naval photographs spanning the career of Officer Bird. No medals or insignias were included in the group.
WW2 Canadian First Nations Native group belonging to “M102922 A. Cheechoo”. The group includes some of his WW2 medals, his silver identification bracelet, several photos and his blueprints for “Planegraph attachment for X-Ray machine” which he designed and tested in his lab with the R.C.E.M.E. Note X-Ray example in bottom right of photo.
WW2 Canadian medal group belonging to Peter Cameron Banks of the “Saskatchewan Light Infantry Machine Gun”. The group includes his medals, various insignia’s and photo ID, as well as his army service book, and an extensive photo album consisting of war time pictures overseas and training.
WW2 Canadian group belonging to Native Veteran James Lavalley. The group includes his 5 WW2 service medals, two 1995 Native veterans medals, his legion beret, several photos, Native veterans pins, and his 2004 obituary. Not included in the picture is his large unit photo.
WW1 and WW2 grouping to A/S/SGT ALCIDE BOUDREA C.I., of the Royal 22nd Regiment. This group includes his Defence, Canadian Volunteer Service Medal with clasp (CVSM), and 1939-1945 War medal, along with his WW1 pair (Impressed 660925 PTE. A. BOUDREAU. 22 CAN INF), Canadian Long Service and Good Conduct medal and Meritorious Service medal. The group comes with his original regimental cap badge.
WW1 Canadian medal pair to 10th Battalion C.E.F. from Calgary. This group is named to “Pte. W.W. Parker” and comes with his ww1 medal pair, 10th Battalion C.E.F. cap badge, original dog tags and metal identification bracelet.
WW1 Military Cross Gallantry group to Canadian Lieut. Warren R. Skey. Group is complete with his 1914-1918 War / Victory medals and Military Cross, and comes with documentation, newspaper clippings, Skey’s silver identification bracelet as well as his CEF service pin and other related items.
WW1 Military Medal Gallantry group to Canadian W.H. SCHEIDEGGER, from Alberta. Group is complete with his WW1 Canadian Military Medal award, and the WW1 Victory and 1914-1918 pair. These are impressed: “624795 A.CPL. W.G. SCHEIDEGGER. 50-CAN INF.”
Boer War and WW1 Military Cross Canadian Gallantry group to Lieutenant Fred Campbell Young. Young served in Canada, England and France with the 31st Battalion, the Canadian Remount Depot, Canadian Motor Machine Gun Brigade, Headquarters 1st Canadian Division, 1st Motor Machine Gun Brigade, & Canadian Machine Gun Depot. This group comes with his Queen South Africa Boer War medal with South Africa 1902, TransVaal and Cape Colony clasps: His QSA is impressed “874 PTE F.C. YOUNG CANADIAN M.R.”. His WW1 Victory and 1914-1918 pair are impressed “Lieut .F.C. Young.” and his 1914-1915 star has his identification number (49536) on reverse. This outstanding group also comes with his photos, certificate of service and funeral card. Most importantly the group includes three CD’s full of audio material, where Young gave an interview detailing his military story from the Boer War to World War One.
1887 Metropolitan Police Queen Victoria Jubilee medal, rim of medal impressed to “PC J. WILLIAMS. S.DIV:”
South Africa Medal with 1879 clasp, awarded to “1689. SERGT. W. MATTHEWS. 99TH FOOT.” Name impressed on rim of medal.
1849 Punjab medal with “CHILIANWALA” and “GOOJERAT” clasps, awarded to J.C. STUART 9TH LANCERS. Name impressed on rim of medal.
Complete Royal Canadian Navy group belonging to J.H. Tanton (V-12301). Group includes his tommy helmet, officers visor, both his naval tunics, various patches and insignia, a larger Royal Canadian Navy flag, his personal photo album, and other various items. This group was given to me by family friends to display, and no medals were included. A very nice example of a complete and untouched group with photographic records and a wide variety of militaria.
WW2 dated 1st Canadian Parachute Battalion battledress group, named to Gregory Szitowski. This fabulous group is comprised of Szitowski’s uniform and pants, WW2 medals, original Canadian Parachute Corps brass cap badge and Canadian Parachute Corps bakelight plastic cap badge, pay book and documents, photos and a wooden named plaque- as well as multiple loose WW2 parachute wings and insignia. Note white strip on uniform shoulder board and stitched paratrooper insignia on shoulders.
Canadian Scottish Regiment headgear, shoulder board, and various cap badges. This particular hat was worn by a Canadian Afganastan war veteran and was given to me by the family with no name attached.
RFC WW1 medal grouping, belonging to PTE D.R. PATTIE, 2/CAN: DIV:HQ. The group includes his RFC wings, graduation certificate, paybook, WW1 medal trio (including 1914/1915 star, Victory Medal and Silver War Medal) and his photo album. Photos of D.R. Pattie are including in his photo album, which includes various pictures of WW1 era planes and crashes.