the Supply and Transport Corps The medal in unusually good choice condition Condition: About EF Tibet Medal 1903-04. Captain) in the 10th Hussars on 10 December 1860 and placed on Half Pay on the same date Sold together with hard-copy of copied service papers, correspondence and medal roll extracts that confirm all above details Condition: GVF Crimea Medal 1854-56. Enamel riband with screw post and flange fitting Condition: VF Poland Miniature Medal: Order of Virtuti Militairi. Provenance: DNW June 2012 from the Collection of medals apertaining to Jamaica, formerly belonging to the Jamaican collector Raymond. With 2 x clasps 'Ex-Yougoslavie' 'Asie Du Sud-Est' Established by decree in 1995, the French Commemorative Medal was made retrospective to include military operations since 1991 The clasps represent service during 2 x different specified operations in the Balkans (former Yugoslavia) and in South East. Silver issue (1659 Pte. Reverse dated The original stitched silk riband fitted with the below emblems; - 3 x Bronze Stars: Indicating 3 x Citations at Regiment or Brigade level - 3 x Silver Stars: Indicating 3 x Citations at Division level - 2 x Gilt Stars: Indicating. Mitchell, Machine Gun Corps, late 4th Battalion Gordon Highlanders Star (1438 Pte. 'NWF 36-37' 'NWF 37-39" MID (Lt-Col, rray-Lyon, 2-4 GR) Star - Pacific Star - Defence Medal - War Medal Coronation Medal Reported to be the only British Indian Army divisional commander of the Second World War to have personally engaged and despatched an enemy with. He took his discharge at Aldershot, on 4 November 1879, at which time he is confirmed in his papers as having qualified for the China Medal with clasps, Abyssinia and LS GC medals (the annuity MSM was awarded to him later per Army Order. 25th June 1935, Col. In May 1942, a new 'reconstituted' 2nd Battalion was formed from the disbanded 12th Battalion of the regiment. With 2 x clasps (agrafes) for 'Cochinchine' 'Haut Mekong' The medal is of the official 'Intermediary' type by the Paris Mint, struck in 1913, with single sided suspension wreath and marked 'Argent' (silver) on rim with Paris Mint marks The clasps are official 'Paris Mint'.