Dix Noonan Webb, GB-London

18. July 2018 - 19. July 2018

Orders, Decorations, Medals and Militaria

Orders, Decorations, Medals and Militaria at Dix Noonan Webb’s Live Auction

From 18-19 July 2018 Dix Noonan Webb will be holding their Live Online Auction of Orders, Decorations, Medals and Militaria with room bidding available at their London offices. 

Lot 621: Queen’s South Africa 1899-1902, 2 clasps, Orange Free State, South Africa 1901 (240 Tpr. W. Collidge. Farmer's Gd.) edge bruising, nearly very fine, scarce to unit. From A Collection of Queen's South Africa Medals to Colonial Units. Estimate: 160-200 GBP.

Lot 621: Queen’s South Africa 1899-1902, 2 clasps, Orange Free State, South Africa 1901 (240 Tpr. W. Collidge. Farmer's Gd.) edge bruising, nearly very fine, scarce to unit. From A Collection of Queen's South Africa Medals to Colonial Units. Estimate: 160-200 GBP.

Among the material collectors will find a run of live saving awards, and a Collection of Queen’s South Africa Medals to Colonial Units …

Lot 1062: Waterloo 1815, proposed ‘Officers’ issue' pattern in silver by Wyon, 41mm, obv. draped and laureate bust of the Prince Regent left, after Sir Thomas Lawrence's portrait, rev. with minor differences but otherwise as for the adopted design, edge plain, attractively toned, almost proof-like, extremely fine and excessively rare. Estimate: 1500-2000 GBP.

Lot 1062: Waterloo 1815, proposed ‘Officers’ issue' pattern in silver by Wyon, 41mm, obv. draped and laureate bust of the Prince Regent left, after Sir Thomas Lawrence's portrait, rev. with minor differences but otherwise as for the adopted design, edge plain, attractively toned, almost proof-like, extremely fine and excessively rare. Estimate: 1500-2000 GBP.

… a group of pattern and specimen Waterloo medals … 

Lot 1091: Indian Army Best Shot Medal, V.R., silver, unnamed, extremely fine and rare. From A Collection of Indian medals. Estimate: 400-500 GBP.

Lot 1091: Indian Army Best Shot Medal, V.R., silver, unnamed, extremely fine and rare. From A Collection of Indian medals. Estimate: 400-500 GBP.

… a collection of Indian medals …

Lot 995: Six: Battery Sergeant Major W. A. F. Deas, Royal Artillery, who was taken Prisoner of War on 17 February 1942 following the Fall of Singapore; much of his subsequent captivity was spent at Tamarkan, where the Senior British Officer was Lieutenant-Colonel P. Toosey, D.S.O., O.B.E., of ‘Bridge Over the River Kwai’ fame – as a consequence he must have endured the abysmal treatment meted out by his captors in the construction of the bridge and notorious Burma-Siam railway. From A Collection of Medals to Second World War Casualties. Estimate: 600-800 GBP.

Lot 995: Six: Battery Sergeant Major W. A. F. Deas, Royal Artillery, who was taken Prisoner of War on 17 February 1942 following the Fall of Singapore; much of his subsequent captivity was spent at Tamarkan, where the Senior British Officer was Lieutenant-Colonel P. Toosey, D.S.O., O.B.E., of ‘Bridge Over the River Kwai’ fame – as a consequence he must have endured the abysmal treatment meted out by his captors in the construction of the bridge and notorious Burma-Siam railway. From A Collection of Medals to Second World War Casualties. Estimate: 600-800 GBP.

… and a Collection of Medals to Second World War Casualties.

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