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Welcome to Bostock (Militaria) Medals. With over 50 years experience in the hobby.
Member OMRS (45 years)., OMSA., MCCC, and BMS (well over 30 and counting). "Good Hunting", carry on...

Contact us at, Tel (UK) 01926 856381, Mob 078156 15512

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Unique name on the NGS roll. Frederick Granville as a BOY served aboard the 18 gun Brig-Sloop HMS Wasp during the operations off Syria 1840 Extremely rare three clasp maximum possible to the regiment MGS of which only twenty four survived to gain the Egypt clasp. Andrew Howley, 1st Battalion 13th Foot - The Somerset Regiment The excellent medal awarded John Turner, an Able Seaman on board the 562 ton Sloop HMS Modeste during the China (Opium) War in 1842. The impressive dated reverse Egypt medal awarded to John Moffat Mein 19th Hussars who fought in the action at ABU KLEA, later taking part in the Jameson Raid, the Boer War. Being well documented he later lied about his age and was killed in action As presented to Joseph H. Atkey Chairman of the Board by Queen Victoria at Osborne House. Responsible for Public Health he approved the plumbing at her Cowes, Isle of White residence - putting in Mr "Crapper" conveniences, it would appear the Queen really did have more than one throne room.
An exceptional Long Service group from a collection formed 50 years ago. Colour Sergeant Albert Thomas Sadd, 13th Foot The Somerset Regiment, who while serving in South Africa with 4th Militia Battalion on the Block House Lines was Mentioned in Major-General Sir H.H. Settle KCB., DSO., Despatches. London Gazette entry 29 July 1902. The historically important period group to the very first appointed Pipe Major in his regiment, and only the second Pipe Major to serve in the British army. The other for his regiment was only awarded the the Long Service & Good Conduct medal. PIPE MAJOR Richard Stewart, 79th Cameron Highlanders
Andrew P. Bostock,, Tel (UK): 01926 856381