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Medals for Collectors and Investment

Collecting medals is a popular pastime. We have a wide range of medals available so please send us details of any you are looking for. We have medals from the former collection of Aubrey Bairstow (which is a 30 year collection), the collection of the late Dr John Ross (which is a 70 year collection), as well as medals we have purchased as second hand dealers. All medals we sell will come with provenance and are genuine and as described.


We have a policy of generally NOT stating the name of the recipient when giving details of the medals in question. This is because we have noticed an annoying and dishonest trend over the years of descendants searching their ancestors name, finding the medals for sale, then insisting that the medals were "clearly" stolen 50 - 100  years earlier as "granddad would not have sold them". This policy of not naming recipients is becoming more common practice throughout the industry now.

Prices shown are inclusive of GST and include courier delivery NZ wide.
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NZ Defence Service Medal with Regular clasp to L/Cpl RNZAMC
Provenance : Trade Me 2018
Boer War and WW1 father and son set. Father died Boer War son served RN WW1




A modern medal set comprising of Nato Former Yugoslavia Medal, Jubilee Medals for 2002 and 2012 and the Army LSGC.

The last medal laser engraved S SGT RAMC.

The London Gazette confirms the LSGC medal was awarded 2012.
Provenance: dealer , Southampton, UK 2018


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AN UNUSUAL BOER WAR AND WW1 SET TO AN OFFICER MENTIONED IN DESPATCHES DURING WW1.
I wouldnt write the Boer War Medals off as being defective as despite being re-engraved it was clearly done at the time. Officers Boer War Medals were hand engraved and this is the correct style. Its likely because of a spelling error made at the time as oppossed to any concerning reason.

Very fine.

M.I.D. London Gazette 1 January 1916.

Ethelbert Jecks served with the 13th Battalion, Middlesex Volunteer Rifle Corps, before being commissioned Second Lieutenant in the Imperial Yeomanry on 13 April 1901. He resigned his Commission on 7 August 1901 before subsequently joining the 21st (County of London) Battalion, London Regiment as Second Lieutenant on 30 March 1909. He resigned his Commission on 23 October 1912. Following the outbreak of the Great War he was commissioned temporary Second Lieutenant in the Army Service Corps on 7 October 1914, and was promoted temporary Captain on 18 December 1914. Advanced to acting Major on 12 May 1917. He relinquished his Commission and was granted the rank of Major on 6 February 1920.He moved to the Gold Coast of Africa after the war.










A NZ Volunteer Service Medal. Correctly named by Bock to 3/1618 PVT R LUKE 3RD AUCK REG (COUNTESS OF RANFURLY'S) OWN (1911).

A bit of loss of beeswax filling to naming at 4 o'clock due to small edge knock or rubbing.

A great medal. The number isnt a WW1 number. Probably his full entitlement






A good early Palmerston North related Volunteer set
$750



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Meritorious Service Medal GVR named 136058 SAPR -A.SJT : W HOMER . 183/TLG : Coy R.E.
$2,750.00


Impressed
CAPT A Henderson MD NZMC

A nice medal to a Doctor. On a pin suggesting it may be full entitlment. RARE to New Zealanders.

Dr Albert Henderson JP, MB Mast. Surg. 1894, MD 1902, Univ. Aberdeen
Medal awarded 1922 (GO 52/1922)

Registered as Dr in NZ, 27 April 1908
Appt Public Vaccinator Te Awamutu 18 June 1908
1910 Resident Te Awamutu
Commissioned Capt, NZMC, 22 July 1910.
Appt JP 25 February 1914, Te Awamutu
Appointed Education Department, Medical Inspector of Schools, Hamilton
8 Dec 1919.
Retired, under the provisions of para 127, General Regulations 1913 on
5 April 1921 as Capt, NZMC.
1933 Resident 6 King's Avenue, Mount Eden, Auckland.
Died ~ 1947, Auckland.
$675

$575


A QUEENS SOUTH AFRICA MEDAL TO THE IMPERIAL LIGHT HORSE.

$380
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The regiments tour of Afghanistan the subject of a documentary series - the DVD of which is included.
$1200




AN INTERESTING SET TO AN OFFICER, DENTIST, POLITICIAN AND ARTIST.
The BEM scarce to NZers.

The QSA engraved, the KSA impressed as is the LSGC. The Coronation Medal un-named as issued. Contained in an old fitted case. Surname is JONES