The victory medal awarded to 19786 PTE M HOWARD L’POOL REG, Private M Howard of the iverpool Regiment.
Pair of medals, BWM and Victory, to Private Punchard (Irony of the name should not be lost on English speakers!) of the Rifle Brigade for service in World War one. S-36816 PTE H.PUNCHARD RIF BRIG. Unsure of what the S prefix means?
A British War Medal or BWM awarded to 59917 PTE N.WHITTAKER DURHAM L.I. Where Durham L.I stands for “Durham Light Infantry” and PTE is the rank of Private in the British Army.
Inter allied victory medal from WW1 to 507079 PTE F.E.EVERTON LABOUR CORPS. The Labour corps covered a wide variety of functions and roles throughout the great war and as such it is impossible to speculate on Private Evertons role.
The lonely victory medal of 1779 PTE R COOMBE RAMC from the great war. RAMC stands for Royal Army Medical Corps and as a Private Mr Coombe could have performed any number of roles from strecher bearer, nurse, ambulance driver or front line medic. Reserach would be necessary to know more of this soldiers history.
World war one pair of campaign medals comprising british war medal (silver) and victory medal to 53032 PTE T.W. BURCH QUEENS. Where Queens refers to the Queens royal regiment of West Surrey.
The silver 1914 1918 British war medal together with the corresponding victory medal awarded to Private Dudley of the Northamptonshire Regiment. Also included the Cap badge of the regiment referencing the peninsula war Battle honours of Talavera and Gibraltar. Medal index card shown.