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Welcome to Bostock (Militaria) Medals. With over 50 years experience in the hobby.
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Unique name on the Naval General Service Medal roll: Frederick Granville, BOY who served aboard the 18 gun Brig HMS Wasp during the action of Syria 1840 From a small selection of Military General Service Medals to officers: The unique award to Lieut Townsend Mitchell Hall, 6th Dragoon Guards and A.D.C. to General Craddock, who in one engagement had his horse killed from under him John McMullin, 24th Foot. Survived every engagement of his regiment, and on his return to England died and was buried at sea. Ex Baldwin 1949. A seldom seen officers medal for service in the Sea of Azoff: William Lindsay Robinson, Engineer HMS Lynx who with continued service was appointed Chief Engineer R.N. A very unusual Boer War medal to a recipient in a Cavalry regiment awarded to a Cyclist, and given that title as his rank: Cyclist Charles Ellacote Ayres, Prince of Wales Light Horse.
The exceptional and well documented Heavy Brigade Crimea group, wounded, rendering a scar over his left eye who later served with the 5th (Royal Irish) Lancers, David Clay 5th (Royal Inniskilling) Dragoon Guards, who in retirement with his wife was the Landlord of the "Duke of Cambridge" Public House in Canterbury. The well documented medal to Edward Smith, an orphan boy who enlisted aged just fourteen years at Poona India for the 40th Regiment and served throughout the Afghanistan war of 1842 William Starns. 2nd Battalion 60th Foot., the King's Royal Rifle Corps. Having engaged in the action at Ahmed Khel in April 1880 and continued following the long march was to see further action at Kandahar 1 September 1880. The well documented Ghuznee Medal to Corporal Michael Nolan, 13th Regiment for the storming of the fort 23 July 1839. Correctly named on the reverse he was medically discharged following the campaign which is confirmed in his papers. His only medal for military service.
Andrew P. Bostock, bostockmilitaria@aol.com, Tel (UK): 01926 856381