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<p>Medals, Bonds, Banknotes and CoinsMontpelier Street, London I 21 November 2018</p> <p>Medals, B</p> <p>onds, Banknotes and C</p> <p>oins I Montpelier Street, London I 21 Novem</p> <p>ber 201824642</p> <p>Medals, Bonds, Banknotes and Coins Montpelier Street, London | Wednesday 21 November 2018, at 10.30am </p> <p>Bonhams 1793 LimitedRegistered No. 4326560 Registered Office: Montpelier Galleries Montpelier Street, London SW7 1HH +44 (0) 20 7393 3900 +44 (0) 20 7393 3905 fax </p> <p>Bonhams International BoardMalcolm Barber Co-Chairman, Colin Sheaf Deputy Chairman, Matthew Girling CEO, Patrick Meade Group Vice Chairman,Asaph Hyman, Caroline Oliphant, Edward Wilkinson, Geoffrey Davies, James Knight, Jon Baddeley, Jonathan Fairhurst, Leslie Wright, Rupert Banner, Shahin Virani, Simon Cottle.</p> <p>Bonhams UK Ltd DirectorsColin Sheaf Chairman, Harvey Cammell Deputy Chairman, Emily Barber, Antony Bennett, Matthew Bradbury, Lucinda Bredin, Simon Cottle, Andrew Currie, Charles Graham-Campbell, Matthew Haley, Richard Harvey, Robin Hereford, Charles Lanning, Grant MacDougall,</p> <p>Gordon McFarlan, Andrew McKenzie, Simon Mitchell, Jeff Muse, Mike Neill, Charlie OBrien, Giles Peppiatt, India Phillips, Peter Rees, John Sandon, Tim Schofield, Veronique Scorer, Robert Smith, James Stratton, Ralph Taylor, Charlie Thomas, David Williams, Michael Wynell-Mayow, Suzannah Yip.</p> <p>BONHAMSMontpelier StreetKnightsbridgeLondon SW7 1HHwww.bonhams.com</p> <p>VIEWINGMonday 19 November 2018 9am 4.30pmTuesday 20 November 2018 9am 4pm</p> <p>BIDS+44 (0) 20 7447 7447 +44 (0) 20 7447 7401 fax bids@bonhams.comTo bid via the internet please visit www.bonhams.com </p> <p>Please note that bids should besubmitted no later than 24 hours prior to the sale.</p> <p>New bidders must also provide proof of identity when submitting bids. Failure to do this may result in your bids not being processed.Bidding by telephone will only be accepted on a lot with the excess of 500.</p> <p>ENQUIRIESJohn Millensted+ 44 (0) 20 7393 3914john.millensted@bonhams.com</p> <p>Fulvia Esposito+ 44 (0) 20 7393 3917fulvia.esposito@bonhams.com</p> <p>PRESS ENQUIRIESpress@bonhams.com</p> <p>CUSTOMER SERVICESMonday to Friday 8.30am 6pm+44 (0) 20 7447 7447</p> <p>SALE NUMBER: 24642</p> <p>CATALOGUE: 15</p> <p>LIVE ONLINE BIDDING ISAVAILABLE FOR THIS SALEPlease email bids@bonhams.comwith Live bidding in the subjectline 48 hours before the auctionto register for this service.</p> <p>IMPORTANT INFORMATIONThe United States Government has banned the import of ivory into the USA. Lots containing ivory are indicated by the symbol printed beside the lot number in this catalogue. </p> <p>REGISTRATION IMPORTANT NOTICEPlease note that all customers, irrespective of any previous activity with Bonhams, are required to complete the Bidder Registration Form in advance of the sale. The form can be found at the back of every catalogue and on our website at www.bonhams.com and should be returned by email or post to the specialist department or to the bids department at bids@bonhams.com To bid live online and / or leave internet bids please go to www.bonhams.com/auctions/24642 and click on the Register to bid link at the top left of the page.</p> <p>Sale Information</p> <p>BIDS+44 (0) 20 7447 7447+44 (0) 20 7447 7401 faxbids@bonhams.comwww.bonhams.com</p> <p>PAYMENTS+44 (0) 20 7447 7447+44 (0) 20 7447 7401 fax</p> <p>ART COLLECTIONS, ESTATES &amp; VALUATIONS+44 (0) 20 7468 8340+44 (0) 20 7468 5860 faxvaluations@bonhams.com</p> <p>CATALOGUE SUBSCRIPTIONSTo obtain other catalogues or take out an annual subscription:Subscriptions Department+44 (0) 1666 502200+44 (0) 1666 505107 faxsubscriptions@bonhams.com</p> <p>COLLECTION AND STORAGE AFTER SALEAll sold lots will remain in the Coins &amp; Medals department at Knightsbridge. </p> <p>Please contact the department for shipping quotes. </p> <p>+ 44 (0) 20 7393 3917coins@bonhams.com</p> <p>PAYMENTAll charges must be paid by the time of collection.</p> <p>Payment in advanceTelephone: +44 (0) 20 7447 7447 to ascertain amount due by: cash, cheque with bankers card, credit card or bank draft.</p> <p>Payment at time of collectionby cash, cheque with bankers card, credit card or bank draft.</p> <p> Lots</p> <p>Single Campaign Medals 1-9</p> <p>Single Orders, Medals for Distinguished Service, Miniature Medals and Militaria etc 10-33</p> <p>Foreign Orders, Decorations and Medals 34-42</p> <p>The Orders and Medals to members of the Churchill family 43-53</p> <p>The five groups of medals to the Maclear Brothers 54</p> <p>Groups with Orders and Decorations for Gallantry 55-60</p> <p>Campaign Groups and Pairs 61-69</p> <p>Scripophily 70-80</p> <p>World Banknotes 81-122</p> <p>English Banknotes 123-146</p> <p>Scottish, Channel Islands and Irish Banknotes 147-152</p> <p>An important group of Banknote proofs and essays 153-187</p> <p>Ancient Coins 188-194</p> <p>English Coins 195-405</p> <p>Scottish Coins 406-408</p> <p>World Coins 409-489</p> <p>Tokens and Commemorative Medallions and Coin Cabinet 490-548</p> <p>Contents</p> <p>SINGLE CAMPAIGN MEDALS</p> <p>1WATERLOO 1815,fitted with replacement suspension, erased. Together with copy MGS, Army of India, South Africa 1877-79, Queens Sudan. With minor WW1 and WW2 medals. Good fine or better. (Lot)</p> <p>150 - 200 170 - 230</p> <p>2INDIA GENERAL SERVICE 1854-95,bronze issue, one bar, Burma 1885-7 (6 Shepherd Indhur Com Dep. Mad.). Lightly polished very fine. (1)</p> <p>80 - 120 90 - 140</p> <p>3CANADA GENERAL SERVICE 1866-70,one bar, Fenian Raid (Capt.C.D.Rose Montreal G.A.). With corresponding miniature. Toned, extremely fine. (2)</p> <p>400 - 600 460 - 680</p> <p>4SOUTH AFRICA 1877-79,one bar, 1879 (2025 Pte J.S.Hurdus. 3/60th Foot.). A couple of very light edge bruises, otherwise very fine. (1)</p> <p>600 - 800 680 - 910</p> <p>Confirmed on the roll.</p> <p>5SOUTH AFRICA 1877-79,one bar, 1879 (29/1121. Pte J.McIver. 58th Foot.). Extremely fine. (1)</p> <p>600 - 800 680 - 910</p> <p>Confirmed on roll.</p> <p>6QUEENS SOUTH AFRICA 1899-1902,no bar (6501 Pte P.Ryan. E.Lanc: Regt). Light bruising and contact marks, otherwise very fine. (1)</p> <p>40 - 60 50 - 70</p> <p>Enitled to Orange Free State, Transvaal and South Africa 1902 bars.</p> <p>7QUEENS SOUTH AFRICA 1899-1902,no bar (Nursing Sister A.Lamb.). A couple lof light edge bruises, otherwise very fine. (1)</p> <p>300 - 400 340 - 460</p> <p>Confirmed on roll as one of the Civil and Colonial Nurses.</p> <p>81914-15 STAR,(3-7499, Pte.M.Hughes, A. &amp; S. Highrs.). Victory Medal (461W.T.S. H.P.Winnett. W.T.O. R.N.R.; R.M.A. 14580 GR. W.J.Barmer). 1939-1945 Star; Africa Star. Burma Star. Italy Star. Jubilee 1935. Volunteer Force Long Service and Good Conduct Medal, V.R. unnamed. Africa Service Medal. Efficiency Medal with Territorial suspension, G.VI.R., erased. Imperial Service Medal, E.II.R. (Robert Alexander). Special Constabulary Long Service and Good Conduct, G.VI.R. (Arthur H.Calder.). Very fine. (13)</p> <p>60 - 80 70 - 90</p> <p>3 4</p> <p>4 | BONHAMSFor details of the charges payable in addition to the final Hammer Price of each Lot please refer to paragraphs 7 &amp; 8 of the Notice to Bidders at the back of the catalogue.</p> <p>9WORLD WAR ONE MEDALS,1914-15 Star (20687 Pte I.Jones. R.W.Fus:; PO.574-S. Pte.W.Cosgrove. R.M.L.I.). British War Medal (316153 Pte.H.G.Jones. Ches.R.). Victory Medal (M2-203145 Pte.H.Helliwell. A.S.C.; 2880 Pte.H.Roberts. R.W.Fus.; 16768 Cpl.R.Buckley. LPool R.; 78144 Pte.R.C.Price. R.W.Fus.). British War and Victory Medal Pairs (130108 3.A.M. T.O.Jones. R.A.F.; 36934 Pte.H.Ward. R.W.Fus.; 73214 Pte.W.T.Roberts. Welsh R.; 58047 Pte.J.H.Williams. Y.&amp;L.R.). Special Constabulary Long Service Medal, G.V.R. (Edgar R.Oakley.). Africa Star; Defence Medal; War Medal. Generally very fine or better. (19)</p> <p>200 - 300 230 - 340</p> <p>SINGLE ORDERS, MEDALS FOR DISTINGUISHED SERVICE, MINIATURE MEDALS AND MILITARIA ETC</p> <p>10DISTINGUISHED SERVICE ORDER,G.V.R., in Garrard &amp; Co box of issue, attributed to Lieutenant E.Evans of the Royal Naval Reserve. Together with a RNR Officers sword by the Army &amp; Navy Coop Society, the blade engraved (Presented by the Inhabitants of Aberporth. Lieut E.Evans, R.N.R., D.S.O. in recognition of gallant service as Master of S.S.Kingsley. January 2. 1918.). With a British War and Victory Medal pair to (81969 Pte.W.H.Parry. R.A.M.C.). Very fine or better. (Lot)</p> <p>800 - 1,200 910 - 1,400</p> <p>D.S.O. London Gazette 6.4.1918. In recognition of zeal and devotion to duty shown in carrying on the trade of the country during the war. An article in the Tivyside reported that the award was for gallantry while defending his ship against a U-Boat attack.</p> <p>11THE MOST EXCELLENT ORDER OF THE BRITISH EMPIRE,O.B.E., 1st type Civil Division. With a further O.B.E., 2nd type Civil Division. Both in boxes of issue. Extremely fine. (2)</p> <p>120 - 180 140 - 210</p> <p>12MILITARY MEDAL,G.V.R. (295387 Gnr:W.Barton. 207/Sge:BY:R.G.A.). British War Medal (480480 Dvr.G.Barton. R.E.). Service Medal of the Order of St.John (6388 A/Sis E.A.Roberts. Stalybridge Nsg. Div. No 4 Dis. S.J.A.B. 1927.). The last in box of issue. Extremely fine. (3)</p> <p>170 - 200 190 - 230</p> <p>M.M. London Gazette 18.7.1917. Bombardier Walter Barton died on the 9th May 1919, aged 25. He is remembered in Wakefield Cemetery. He was the son of Jane Barton and the late Walter Barton of 66 Henry Street, Alverthorpe Road, Wakefield. His MIC says he is entitled to a pair and is on the Silver War Badge List.</p> <p>13DISTINGUISHED FLYING MEDAL,G.VI.R. (921008. F/Sgt. W.C.Isted. R.A.F.). With Caterpillar club badge (F/LT. W.C.Isted), dog tag, Log book, POW ID tag from Stalag Luft 1 numbered (4145). Extremely fine. (Lot)</p> <p>1,800 - 2,200 2,000 - 2,500</p> <p>D.F.M. London Gazette 11.6.1943. This N.C.O. has carried out many successful sorties as Navigator against Germany and Italian objectives. He also took part in daylight attacks on Brest, Le Creusot and Danzig. Flight Sergeant Isted maintained a high level of navigational skill throughout his tour and has been an example to other Navigators of his unit. Flight Lieutenant W.C.Isted began his training at No.45 Air School in Oudtshoorn in South Africa in December 1940. In April 1941 he moves to No.42 Air School at Port Elizabeth. On completion of his training he returns to the UK and is based at No.25 OTU Finningley. He moves to No.97 Squadron at Coningsby in October and has his first raid on Emden in a Manchester on the 15th November, on the 8th December the raid is on Aachen and on the 18th he attacks Brest (Scharnhorst &amp; Gneisnau). In January 1942, they attack St.Nazaire on the 2nd and on the 10th Wilhelmshaven. He has his first Op on a Lancaster as a Navigator on the 8th May to Warnemunde and on the 29th Genneviliers and the following night Cologne. June 1st it is Essen and on the 3rd Bremen, 17th Mining operations off Ameland, 25th Bremen. For July 1942 he attacks Danzig on a daylight raid on the 11th, Duisberg on the 23rd and 25th, followed by Hamberg on the 26th, Saarbrucken on the 29th and Dusseldorf on the 31st. August again was busy with Ops to Duisberg on the 6th, Mining Kiel Bay on the 8th, Frankfurt on the 24th and Graf Zeppelin-Gdynia on the 27th. For September he goes to Saarbrucken on the 1st, Karlsruhe on the 2nd, Bremen on the 4th, Duisberg on the 6th, Frankfurt on the 8th, Dusseldorf on the 10th September, Essen on the 16th, and Mining off Goynia on the 18th. In October he attacks, Osnabruck, Wismar and Le Creusot this on the 17th as a daylight raid. On the 22nd the raid is to Genoa. He is withdrawn from service in February 1943. He returns to Ops with 156 Squadron at Upwood in March 1944 attacking Nurnberg on the 31st but is shot down and his logbook denotes him as Missing. In addition to the items mentioned the lot also includes: A letter from the Air Ministry to his mother confirming that he was missing, followed up with a telegram dated 20.5.1944 confirming he was a POW. His Wartime Log with various annotations etc. and with his German POW card and photograph stuck inside. P.O.W. Certificate confirming his POW number and stating that he did a Shorthand Class whilst in camp. Record of service confirming him being a POW and being released on the 12.5.1945. His last day of service being 30.4.1946. Three letters relating to his Caterpillar club badge requesting a replacement in November 1954 to receiving it in January 1955.</p> <p>MEDALS, BONDS, BANKNOTES AND COINS | 5For details of the charges payable in addition to the final Hammer Price of each Lot please refer to paragraphs 7 &amp; 8 of the Notice to Bidders at the back of the catalogue.</p> <p>14AN EAST INDIA COLLEGE REWARD OF MERIT MEDAL,gold medal, 37mm diam., with head of Athena right and symbols behind below and in front of the bust. The reverse with The Reward of Merit with an Acanthus wreath and East India College Herts surrounding the wreath. Housed in contemporary case of issue. Some light bruising and contact marks, otherwise good very fine. (1)</p> <p>700 - 900 800 - 1,000</p> <p>15COPY MEDALS,Victoria Cross; George Cross; Distinguished Service Cross, G.VI.R.; Military Cross, G.V.R.; Distinguished Flying Cross, G.VI.R.; Air Force Cross, G.VI.R.; Distinguished Conduct Medal, G.VI.R.; Distinguished Service Medal, G.VI.R.; George Medal, G.VI.R.; Military Medal, G.VI.R.; Distinguished Flying Medal, G.VI.R.; Air Force Medal, G.VI.R.; South Atlantic 1982. Generally good very fine. (Lot)</p> <p>80 - 100 90 - 110</p> <p>16MINIATURE MEDALS: FIVE TO BRIGADIER H.C.SERVAES, ROYAL ARTILLERY,1939-1945 Star; Pacific Star; War Medal with M.I.D. Oakleaf; Coronation 1937; Territorial Decoration, G.VI.R. with four extra bars. Mounted as worn. Lot</p> <p>200 - 300 230 - 340</p> <p>M.I.D London Gazette. 26.7.1940, 1.8.1946. Territorial Decoration London Gazette 29.4.1941. Clasp to the Territorial Decoration London Gazette 13.4.1951. All four clasps. The lot includes an archive of items comprising: Kings Badge. Two M.I.D. certificates in original postal envelopes. Certificate for Life Membership to the Royal Artillery Association dated 15.5.1946. A large number of letters and postcards sent to his relatives in the UK from the various POW camps with varying Japanese stamps and Censor approval. A copy of 59th (4th W.Lancs) Medium Regt Royal Artillery 1939-1945, of which he was Commanding Officer from 1937-1940 with full nominal roll. The original copy of a Cookery Book compiled by H.C.Servaes from the recipes of Corporal Drew and others written during the time as Prisoners of War at Karenko POW camp in Taiwan from 1942-43, with a printed version produced after the war printed by Tate and Lyle. A book of common prayer. A copy of the London Gazette dated 20th February 1948 covering the Operations of Malaya Command from 8th December 1941 to 15th February 1942. Royal Artillery Commemorative plate by Spode commemorating the 250th Anniversary of WW2 1719-1966. Brass cigarette box. Box for the full size Territorial Decoration. A carved bone set of three monkeys on wooden base.</p> <p>17 *A BOER WAR PERIOD CITY IMPERIAL VOLUNTEERS FLAG,a cotton flag measuring 94cm x 149cm, with the names of six places/actions printed in black in two panels these being Roodepoort, Johannesburg, Thaba NChu, Paardeberg, Klip Riv...</p>