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The group to Colonel Hall CB CVO appears in the next Noble Numismatics auction.
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Six: Trumpeter, later Sergeant, J. J. Panter, Royal Field Artillery, who, having been Mentioned in Despatches for gallantry at the Battle of Vlakfontein, 29 May 1901, during the Boer War whilst aged just 16, served during the Great War on the Western Front from 23 August 1914, and was wounded and repatriated from France in 1915
QSA (3) Cape Colony, Transvaal, Wittebergen (30429 Tptr. J. J. Panter. 8/Bty, R.F.A.);
KSA (2) (30429 Tptr: J. J. Panter. 8th Bty. R.F.A.);
1914 Star, with copy clasp (30429 Cpl. J. J. Panter. R.F.A.);
BWM and VM with MID oak leaves (30429 Sjt. J. J. Panter R.A.);
Defence Medal, mounted as worn, nearly very fine and better

James Panter was born in 1851 at Hanley, Upton on Severn, Worcestershire and attested for the Royal Artillery at Worcester on 16 January 1871. Having served in India from October 1871 until November 1878, he was promoted Sergeant in July 1881 and transferred to the 2nd Brigade, Lancashire Division in October 1882, serving as Battery Sergeant Major of the same from April 1883. He was awarded his Army LS&GC medal in 1886, was promoted Quartermaster Sergeant and transferred to the Army Staff in March 1892 and was discharged on 1 March 1894 having served 23 years and 45 days at home and abroad.

Five: Trumpeter J. Panter, 4th Hussars, who served on the Western Front with his regiment from the Marne in September 1914 through to Villers Brettoneaux in April 1918 and was subsequently a long served Stable Helper to the Royal Household at Buckingham Palace
1914 Star, with copy clasp (9431 Tptr: J. Panter. 4/Hrs.);
BWM and VM (9431 Pte. J. Panter. 4-Hrs.);
Jubilee 1935, unnamed as issued;
Royal Household Faithful Service Medal, GV suspension dated ‘1915-1935’ (J. Panter) mounted as worn, nearly very fine

Four: Private C. L. Panter, 17th Lancers, who was wounded during the Great War
1914 Star with copy clasp (904 Pte. C. L. Panter. 17/Lrs.);
BWM and VM (L-904 Pte. C. L. Panter. 17-Lrs.);
War Medal 1939-45, mounted as worn
Dr David Biggins
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