Below we have details of some new additions to our stock for sale at http://www.medals4heroes.co.uk but first just a quick note about our new venture.
There are a few Victorian medals on display however we recommend that you look through our stock on http://www.medals4heroes.co.uk and contact us through whichever channel you choose and we will meet you at the market with the more high value and rarer items,
There is also a selection of First World War medals, again there is much more stock available on our internet site which, so please call us if you want something specific.
Some of the interesting items available are, 2 presentation Kukris with Royal Signals insignia, an Indian Tulwar (extremely sharp!), an Afghani Jezail, very nice set of the moderon Gurkha Brigade (7 framed prints), a Field Marsha, Lord Roberts of Kandahar bust, a Field Marhsl Montgomery Tony jug with a signed piece of ephemera, Commemorative plates etc.
Cap Badges – we have a large selection of budget pieces at £10.00 a time and numerous higher value and rarer items.
There are many other displays to see which cover both world wars, all services are represented, an international flavour, de-activated weapons including a fine display of revolvers. There are still more display areas available which will certainly add to the museum like ambience once filled. The venue is next to a general antique store and is well worth a visit with something for everyone.
India General Service Medal 1854 – we have added 4 more to our stock. details as follows.
to: 3050 Pte R Shapcott 2nd Bn Devon Reg
Waziristan 1894-5 clasp.
3949 Pte F Clare 2nd Border Reg
The next 2 are Bronze examples to Native Soldiers, which we are particularly pleased to have added to our stock.
Waziristan 1894-5 clasp to:
Bhistie Ruza D Co 20th Punjab Infy
20th Punjab Infantry
Burma 1885-7 clasp.
403 Driver Oulman 1st Bn N Bat RA
Native battalion Royal Artillery