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Defence of Ladysmith 2 years 5 months ago #54571

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Liverpool Medals February 2001

Private J. Brown, Liverpool Regiment – L125

Liverpool Medals February1996

Private T. V. Ruddock, Ladysmith Town Guard
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Defence of Ladysmith 2 years 3 months ago #55200

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QSA (1) DoL (Pte. J. A. Cowan, Ladysmith Town Gd.)

John Alexander, No 44. LTG RA, Ward 2.
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THE IMPORTANT BRITISH SOUTH AFRICA COMPANY MEDAL WITH FOUR BARS IN A GROUP OF THREE TO LIEUTENANT E C TYNEDALE-BRISCOE, ROYAL NAVY, LATE PIONEERS,

Egypt (2) Suakin 1884, Tamaai (Mid. R.N. H.M.S. Euryalus)
BSACM 1890 (5) Mashonaland 1890, Matabeleland 1893, Rhodesia 1896, Mashonaland 1897 (Lt. Tyndale-Briscoe, E.C. - Pioneers)
QSA (1) DoL (Lieut. R.N. H.M.S. Powerful).

Only 10 people qualified for the 1890 medal with four bars, D R Forsyth in his roll states that of these ten only two claimed the medal Trooper Wheal whose medal is in the National Museum in Salisbury and Trooper Briscoe, the whereabouts of whose medal is unknown.
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Certainly hard to find anything that even remotely comes close to Biscuit tins group.

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THE IMPORTANT BRITISH SOUTH AFRICA COMPANY MEDAL WITH FOUR BARS IN A GROUP OF THREE TO LIEUTENANT E C TYNEDALE-BRISCOE, ROYAL NAVY, LATE PIONEERS,

Egypt (2) Suakin 1884, Tamaai (Mid. R.N. H.M.S. Euryalus)
BSACM 1890 (5) Mashonaland 1890, Matabeleland 1893, Rhodesia 1896, Mashonaland 1897 (Lt. Tyndale-Briscoe, E.C. - Pioneers)
QSA (1) DoL (Lieut. R.N. H.M.S. Powerful).

Only 10 people qualified for the 1890 medal with four bars, D R Forsyth in his roll states that of these ten only two claimed the medal Trooper Wheal whose medal is in the National Museum in Salisbury and Trooper Briscoe, the whereabouts of whose medal is unknown.

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Morning David......

When was the TYNEDALE-BRISCOE group sold and do you know what it went for??????

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I have been told that this group sold for 15,000 Pounds in 2014 at DNW......

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THE IMPORTANT BRITISH SOUTH AFRICA COMPANY MEDAL WITH FOUR BARS IN A GROUP OF THREE TO LIEUTENANT E C TYNEDALE-BRISCOE, ROYAL NAVY, LATE PIONEERS,

Egypt (2) Suakin 1884, Tamaai (Mid. R.N. H.M.S. Euryalus)
BSACM 1890 (5) Mashonaland 1890, Matabeleland 1893, Rhodesia 1896, Mashonaland 1897 (Lt. Tyndale-Briscoe, E.C. - Pioneers)
QSA (1) DoL (Lieut. R.N. H.M.S. Powerful).

Only 10 people qualified for the 1890 medal with four bars, D R Forsyth in his roll states that of these ten only two claimed the medal Trooper Wheal whose medal is in the National Museum in Salisbury and Trooper Briscoe, the whereabouts of whose medal is unknown.

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