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PRICED CATALOGUE TWO SHILLINGS AND SIXPENCE

CONDITIONS OF SALE.

First.—The highest bidder to be the buyer; and if any dispute arise between two or more bidders, the lot so in dispute shall be immediately put up again and resold, provided the auctioneer cannot decide the said dispute.

SECOND.—No person to advance less than Is.; above five pounds 5s.; and so on in proportion.

THIRD.—All lots are put up for sale subject (a) to any reserve price imposed by the seller and (b) to the right of the seller to bid either personally or else by any one person who may be the Auctioneer.

FourTH.—The purchasers to give in their names and places of abode, and to pay down 5s. in the pound, or more in part of payment, or the whole of the purchase-money, if required; in default of which the lot or lots so purchased to be immediately put up again and resold.

FirTH.—Each lot is believed to be genuine, but should any lot prove to be a forgery, or reprint, or wrongly described in the catalogue, the purchaser is at liberty to take or reject it, provided always that notice of such rejection be made and the lot returned within seven days from date of sale.

Stxto.—The Auctioneers will not hold themselves responsible for any action that may arise, acting solely as agents between buyer and seller and for both equitably.

The Auctioneers do not hold themselves responsible for the safe custody of any lots left more than three days after the date of Sale.

Please Note.

The metal in which the coins are struck is indicated thus i==

A’=gold, A=silver, AZ=copper or bronze. El=Electrum (an alloy of gold and silver). Bl=Billon (an alloy of silver and copper).

Care is taken to describe accurately the condition of coins and medals, using the following scale: Extremely fine, Very fine, Fine, and Good. Where no condition is stated it may be assumed

that the coins and medals are not in good condition.

CATALOGUE

OF

Ancient & Modern Coins

Day of Sale Wednesday, February 11th, 1948

At 1 p.m. precisely

Lot 1 Gold. Heraclius and Heraclius Constantine (610-640) solidus, with the two busts facing. Very fine 1 2 Solidus of Carthage, of small compact type. Fine and rare 1

3 Constantine III, Constantine IV, Heraclius and Tiberius, solidus. With loop and ring, fine 1

4 Tiberius III (698-705) solidus, with facing bust. Fine, but pierced, rare 1

5 Leo III and Constantine V solidus, bust on either side. Fine, but pierced 1

6 Constantine VII and Romanus II (945-959) solidus, half length busts of the two Emperors supporting patriarchal cross. Rare 1

7 Constantine X Ducas (1059-67) nomisma, standing figure of the Emperor. Fine 1

8 Romanus, Eudocia, and their three sons, nomisma. Fine and vare, slightly chipped 1

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26

AMAWEE KHALIFS, Abd-el-Melik, A’ dinar, no mint, A.H. 79. Fine and very rare

1 El Welid, A’ dinar, A.H. 89, no mint. Fine, but pierced | 1 Same Khalif, A’ dinar, A.H. 96, no mint. Very fine il ABBASSEE KHALIFS, El Mansoor (136-158), A’ dinar, A.H. 140, no mint. Scarce : il El Mahdee (158- 169), A’ dinar, A. H. 162, no mint. Scarce 1 E] Radee (322-329), A’ dinar, A.H. 329, Mizr. Very fine 1 Silver. Roman Republican denarii (10) and imperial (40). All varied 50 Antoniniani of varied Emperors (22), siliquae (2) and Sassanian AR of Khusru II 25 Roman first brass of varied reigns. Some fair 40 Another lot (33) including second brass (17). Varied 50 Second brass (43) and some Egyptian nummi- (17) . 60 Roman third brass, ~ over 350 Gold. Jonia, uncertain 1/24th stater, with swastika 1

Macedon, Philip II, A’ stater, symbol, Nike flying right. Fair 1 | Alexander III, A’ stater, struck at Sidon. Fine 1 Another, symbol, serpent and monogram. Very fine 1 Thrace, Lysimachus, A’ stater, K in exergue. Very fine and rare 1

Silver. Tarentum (272-235), AR didrachm (Evans, Pl. IX 83). Very fine 1

Lor

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30 31

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41

Croton (550-480), AX didrachm, tripod. Fine Mende (450-424), AR tetradrachm (Noe 52). Fine

Antigonus Gonatas (277-239), AR tetradrachm, shield with head of Pan. Very fine

A Tetradrachm, head of Poseidon, rev. Apollo on prow. Very fine

Lot of Greek and Oriental AZ, etc., forgeries, etc. parcel

A collection of Greek antonomous and Colonial AZ. Many in

fine state of preservation about 110

A’ Edward III quarter noble, 1360-1369, rev. lis in centre of cross. Very fine

A’ Edward IV rose noble, m.m. crown on reverse, IHC . AVT . TRANSIENS . PER . MEDIVM . ILLORVM . IBAT. Very

fine

A’ Henry VI angel, m.m. cross crosslet profile type, rev. PER . CRVCE .TVA .SALVA.NOS .XPC.RED. Extremely

fine

AN’ James I unite, m.m. scallop, rev. crowned shield between IR; FACIAM EOS IN GENTEM VNAM. Extremely fine

A’ James I, British crown, m.m. lis, HENRICUS . ROSAS . REGNA . JACOBUS

A’ Charles Il two guineas, 1678. Very fine

A William III five guineas 1701, very fine, mounted with a small ring and loop for suspension

A’ William III guinea 1698. Very fine

A Commonwealth unite 1653. Very fine, small indent suggest- img a previous mount

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36

24

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20

12

42

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10

10

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0

Lot

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46

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48

49 50

51

56

57

A’ George II five guineas, young head, 1729, E.I.C. under bust, with scroll mount for suspension

A’ George III Shield guinea 1775, Spade guinea 1788. Fine .

A’ George III half guineas 1806, 1813, third guineas 1800, 1806. Fine

A’ Spade guinea 1793, mounted, and George IV sovereign 1821. Worn

A’ George IV half sovereign 1823, very fine; William IV sovereign 1836. Worn

Victoria, 1887 Jubilee set of coins, gold £5, £2, £1, and 10/-, silver, crown to threepence (7). Extremely fine, in black leather case

Edward VII 1902 Coronation set of coins, £5, £2, £1, 10/-;

11

silver (9), crown to Maundy penny, im original case, very fine 18

Victoria, Jubilee £5 1887. Very fine

Victoria, Jubilee £5 1887. Very fine

Victoria, Jubilee £2. Brillant 1887 proof

Victoria, Jubilee 1887 sovereign. Byvilliant proof

Victoria, Jubilee 1887 £2. Fine

Victoria, Jubilee 1887 £2 and sovereign. Both with scroll mounts

Victoria, sovereign of Sydney, Australia and Diamond Jubilee medal, small size. Fine

Victoria, Diamond Jubilee medal, small size, fine gold

George V gold medal, obv. the King wearing crown, rev. symboli- cal figure of Peace with dove, WELCOME PEACE 1919. Brilliant state

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Kor

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72

Edward VII, Coronation medal, fine gold, weight 10 dwts. 15 grs. Edward VII, a similar medal. Very fine

Gold portrait medal of Earl Lloyd George 1917, by Bowcher, weight 2 ozs. Brillant state

Gold medal George III, vev. Christ’s Hospital (The Bluecoat School). Very fine, weight, 2 ozs, 15 dwts.

Gold medal, Victoria 1879, the Royal Agricultural Society of England, by Wyon, weight, 3 ozs. 8 dwts. Very fine

Gold medal with portrait of Albert, Prince Consort, rev. Society of Arts, etc., by L. C. Wyon, weight 3 ozs. 16 dwts. Very fine

Gold medal presented by the American Institute of Architects, weight 5 ozs. 18 dwts. Very fine

Gold medal presented by the President of the United States of America, for gallantry in saving life at sea, Sept. 1900 to Egbert Sharey, 1 oz. 8 dwts. Very fine and rare

An exactly similar medal presented to C. Whiteside, weight 1 oz. 6 dwts. Very fine

Gold coin brooch, with cable border ten dollars 1880. Very fine Pair of cuff links composed of four dollar pieces linked together

Transvaal, Kruger pond and half-pond errors with shafts to waggon 1892. Fine and scarce

Transvaal Kruger pond 1894 and half pond 1895, with scroll mount

Scotland, James I demy, m.m. crown, the Scottish lion in lozenge- shaped shield, rev. SALVVM . FAC . POPVLVM . TVVM. Very fine

Scotland, James VI sword and sceptre piece 1601. Extremely fine

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44 0 52 0 62 0 LZ 0 110 0 28 0 28 0 rll 1) 6 5 11 0 6 10 o «(0 5 0

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ead

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82 83

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86

87 88 &9

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91

Brazil, Joseph I 6400 reis, Rio mint, 1760. Very fine Prussia, Fried. Wilhelm III 1799, Frederic d’or. Extremely fine

re Fridericus Borussorum Rex. Frederic d’or 1784, Extremely ne

Germany, Baden 20 marks, Bavaria 10 marks, Wuerttemberg 10 marks. Fine

Monaco, Charles III 20 francs 1879, Hamburg 10 marks 1903

Malta 1582-1595, Sequin of Cardinal Hugh de Loubeux Verdala, M.N. in field. Very fine and rare

Napoleon Bonaparte, as King of Italy 40 lire 1812. Very fine

Napoleon III Emperor of France 1858, one hundred francs. Very fine

Peru, Republic of Lima 1863, Onza (8 escudos), very fine, small trace of mount

Kushan stater of Sayatha and mohur of Jaipur. Both rare India, mohurs of Murshidabad. Very fine

East India Company mohur, rev. lion and palm tree, worn state; Victoria five rupees 1870. Fine

India, square mohur of Akbar, 963-1014, A.H. Fine and rare

Persia, gold tomans of the 18th and 19th centuries, various mints. Fine and scarce

A similar series with variety of dates. Very fine A similar series. Very fine

A similar series. Very fine

A similar series. Very fine

A similar series. Very fine

Lot

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94

95

96

97

98

99

100

101

102

103

104

105

106

Russia, Nicolas II 10 roubles 1899. Fine

Austria, Francis Joseph 20 francs 1876 and 1889, ten francs 1888 Fine

Germany, Wilhelm 1872, etc., twenty marks

Germany, Friedrich twenty marks (2), ten marks, all dated 1888 Germany, Wilhelm II twenty marks 1906 (2), 1910

India, Bengal mohur 1782. Fine

A similar coin

A similar coin

A similar coin

Murshidabad half mohur, Arabian dinar, and two pagoda piece of East India Coy. Very fine

A’ George V, small Coronation medal, 22 June 1911, mint state, in official case, weight, 10 dwts. 15 grs.

AR George TH pattern crown by W. Wyon, obv. bust of the King with date 1817, vev. the three Graces, FOEDVS INVIOLABILE, - edge plain. Only 50 struck, brillant state, very rare

AR George III pattern crown by Mills, obv. bust of the King, rev. four shields of the United Kingdom and Hanover arranged in the form of a cross; with badge of the Garter in centre. In proof state

AZ Copper proof of a crown 1820, DECVS . ET . TVTAMEN, shield of arms crowned, vev, Hercules seated endeavouring to break the bundle of sticks, date and wreath in exergue, edge plain. Brilliant and very rare

A George II LIMA halfcrown 1745 and Victoria half’ dollar of Ceylon 1892. Both very fine

10

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108

109

110

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Siliquae of Theodosius the Great, Gratian (Treves), Valen- tinian II (Lyons), Valens (Aquileia), extra fine; Magnus Maximus (Treves), F.D.C., beautifully toned, and another

Romano-British 1st A2 of Commodus, rev. Vict. Brit., fine (2); AZ of Antoninus Pius, rev. “Britannia etc’’, fine and fatr (2); base denarii of Sept. Severus, ‘‘Victor. Brit.’’, and another; very fine London coppers of Cons. the Great, Const. II, Crispus, Licinius I, Carausius, London (2), Allectus Quin. of Colchester, fine to very fine

Greek Imperial bill. and 2 of Alexandria (9), small i of Nomes (4), some extremely fine, other fine

Greek Imperial Ad (1) and smaller, mainly of Asia Minor, some rare, mostly fine or better, no duplicates

Charles I crown 1662, rose under bust. Extremely fine

“*R Charles I chasing copy of the Oxford crown by SHEL 1644.

Extremely fine work

George III crown 1818, by Pistrucci, and Bank of England dollar 1804. Both very fine

. George III Spanish dollar with George III bust in octagonal

countermark, and George IV crown 1821, edge SECVNDO. Both very fine

George V crown 1931, reverse crown within wreath of roses and thistle. Limited issue, extremely fine

George V crown 1935, incuse legend on edge; George VI crown 1937. Both extremely fine

Anne crown 1713, vev. roses and plumes, a scarce date. Very

fine

Edward VII set of silver coins 1902, crown to Maundy penny. Very fine

Victoria halfcrowns 1887 (2), 1893, florins 1887, 1893, shillings 1887 (2), very fine; foreign silver (6), miscellaneous small coins, etc. (22), copper coins (12)

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129

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131

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133

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Two antique watches, about 1780, silver and pinchbeck embossed outer cases; Japanned tin box and small leather purse

A fine portrait medallion of Queen Alexandra as the Princess of Pity 1900 by the artist Fuchs, reverse symbolic figures of Faith, Hope and Charity, oxidised silver, weight 53 ozs. In original case

Victoria, an official wax State seal in original tin box, 63 inches in diameter, obv. Equestrian figure of the Queen, rev. the Queen enthroned. Very fine

“R Charles I, Truro crown, m.m. rose, Equestrian figure in profile. Not quite circular as struck, but fine and rare

A Charles I, Truro crown, m.m. rose, Equestrian figure in profile, variety with King’s sash in bow, very good, two fractures in striking. Rare .

AR Charles I, Exeter crown, m.m. castle, date 1645 at end of legend. Fine and scarce

A Charles II, patterns for halfpennies or farthings 1665, 1676, 1665. Fine

AR Similar patterns, Charles II (2) and Maria II. Fine

4 James II, gun money crown, large and small halfcrowns (8), shillings (5) and sixpence. Very fine

A’ George IV two pound piece 1823, with gold scroll mount

A Charles II crown 1679, fine (8rd bust); George III crown 1818. Extremely fine

A George V Jubilee crown 1935, incuse legend; Victoria half-

crowns 1887 (2), florin, two sixpences, withdrawn type, and medal 1887-1897. All very fine

Miscellaneous foreign silver coins (28), weight three ounces, and mixed copper coins (115), and set of coin weights (4)

AN Spade guineas (2) and U.S.A, gold dollar. All have been mounted

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70 0 0 5 O&O 515 0 3 0 ©

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135 136

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147

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A oe 1887 Jubilee set of gold coins £5, £2, £1, 10/-. Very ne

AN George III Shield guinea 1776. Fine A’ George III Spade guinea 1790. Fine

A’ George III half guineas 1809 and third guineas 1804 (2), 1806. Fine

A Silver French Masonic badge to Desjardins of Paris. Fine and scarce

A India, gold mohur, with descriptive envelope. Fine

ARK India, rupees of Bengal, etc., sixteenth century in envelopes with descriptions. Mostly fine

A India, rupees, etc. (11), 2 miscellaneous Bactrian, Indian, etc. (7), several in descriptive envelopes

Afghanistan, Habibullah Khan 1902, gold 20 rupees (2), silver rupees (2). Extremely fine

A’ False aureus of Carausius; Napoleon III 5 francs 1854, holed; Turkey 100 piastres and a small Oriental gold coin. Fine

Miscellaneous Roman, Greek, etc., silver (20), bronze, etc. (41), several false

AR Commemorative and Jubilee medals, Victoria 1887, 1897, large size; bronze Art Union, in cases; George III recovery 1789; Oxford Millenary (2), Edward VII 1902, small size; miscelleous English and foreign medals in copper, bronze, etc. (12); Tradesman tokens, 17th century (8), others (2); small Russian triptych (one hinge A.F.)

A France, Louis de Male, Count of Flanders (1346-1384), franc a cheval, obv. reading FLANDRIE, the count on horse- back, rev. cross fleury within tressure. Has been bent and straightened, otherwise fine

A France, Charles VI (1380-1422), Ecu d’or, crowned shield of France, vev. cross fleury in tressure. Fine

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148

149

150

151 152

153

154

156

158

159

wt

A Spain, Joseph Napoleon, 1811, 80 reales, mounted; U.S.A. dollars 1851 (2)( one mounted

R Miscellaneous silver coins, dollar size (6), including George III Bank dollar 1804, 5 lire 1876, Prussian taler 1796, etc.; smaller denominations (30). A few fine

A Long Service and Good Conduct medals (2), silver commem- orative and prize medals, etc. (9), copper medal on 21st anniversary of the Volunteer Movement, im case, large

3

36

Victorian copper medal, miscellaneous Colonial and foreign

silver coins (48). Mostly fine

A Victoria, Gothic crown 1847, inscribed edge, fine but traces of mounting; miscellaneous Maundy monies (12), mostly very fine, other silver (6)

A’ George III Shield guinea 1786. Fine

A’ George IIT Spade guinea 1787; Military half guinea 1810. Fine:

® Crowns, Charles II 1672, William III 1696 (2), both poor state; shillings, Anne 1711, George II 1745, 1758; George III 1787; miscellaneous Maundy monies (13). Mostly fine

61

19

20

® Crowns, -George III 1818 (4), 1820 (3); George IV 1822;

Victoria 1889

AR War medal, Waterloo 1815, to John Savage, Ist Batt. 4th Reg. Foot, fine; halfcrowns, Anne to William IV (9), South Africa halfcrowns (4), florins (2), shillings (4), etc,

A Edward VII, 1902, crown, AdieSdii(2)s Bday 1d: extremely fine; Victoria 1887 florin, shilling, sixpences (3), threepence;

Coronation medals, small size, Edward VII (2), George V. Very fine

R Miscellaneous English and foreign coins,

mostly worn or pierced. A few fine

Mahogany box cabinet containing 225 miscellaneous English and foreign coins, tokens, etc. in copper, bronze, nickel. A few

fine

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10

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163

164

165

166

167

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169

170

171

172

173

174

12

A George II Shield guinea 1777. Very fine “AR James I crown, m.m. lis, Fines A’ George IV half sovereign 1826. Very fine

A George III sovereign 1820. Fine

Charles I halfcrown, Aberyswith, m.m, open book, FRA and HI’, vev. CHRISTO, etc, Fine

A Shillings, William III 1697, Anne 1702; George II 1758; six- pences, Elizabeth 1561, William III 1696, George II 1757; George III 1787, 1816, mostly very fine; Maundy monies, etc. (11), fine

AR Victoria, crowns 1845, 1889, 1895 edge LIX; double-florin 1889; florin, Gothic type, 1885. Very fine

AR Charles II, crown 1668; halfcrowns, William and Mary, 1689, Anne 1707E; hammered shillings, sixpences, etc. (16), Pennies of the Edwards etc. (15)

AX George III to Victoria, crowns (2), halfcrowns (6), florins (2), shillings (7), sixpences (2), miscellaneous Roman bronze (28), other AE (4)

AR Crowns, Charles II 1676 (2); shillings Edward VI to Charles I (21)

AR. Crowns, William II 1695, 1696 (4); halfcrowns, Anne 1708, 1709

AR Miscellaneous Colonial and foreign coins (69), mostly fine, E coins, tokens, medals, etc. (130)

AR South Africa, crown 1947, struck to commemorate the Royal Visit. Mint state, in case of issue

AR A similar lot. Mint state, in case of tssue A South Africa, specimen set of 1947 coins, silver (6), crown to

threepence, bronze (3), 1d., $d., }d. Mint state im case of issue

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Lot

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176

177

178

179 180

181

182

183

184

185

186

187

13

A similar lot. Mint state, in case of issue

Miscellaneous Roman, Greek and Bactrian coins. Poor oad about

7E Miscellaneous English and foreign copper coins, etc. Poor state about

Miscellaneous foreign coins in copper, nickel, white metal, ek about

460

360

700°

ZE India, miscellaneous bronze and copper, etc. Poor state about 480

A quantity of Chinese and Japanese perforated cash about ZE Miscellaneous English and Continental jettons, counters, etc. Poor state about Byzantine, miscellaneous copper coins of Justin, Justinius, etc. Poor state about

Coin cabinet, 16in. x 13in. x Qin. drop front, 13 trays, doubly pierced, holes lin. to 2in., to hold 710 coins, lock and key

Books

“Seals of the Kings and Queens of England’’, Paris 1835; Taesor

de Numismatique et de Glyptique; ‘‘Coins and Medals in the Bodlian Museum, Oxford 1750’’

“Ancient Coins and Medals’, by H. N. Humphreys 1851; Aker-

man’s ‘“Tradesmen’s Tokens’’, 1849 (2); Pinkerton’s “Essay on Medals’, 1784

‘‘Medallic History of Imperial Rome’’, by W. Cooke, 1781, Vol. I; J. de Wilde’s ‘‘Numismata Antique’, 1692 and “Gemmae Antique’’, 1703; ‘‘Graeciae Universae Nomis- mata’’, H. Goltzio 1620; ‘‘Thesaurus Numismatum’’ 1683

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Historia, Numorum, by Barclay V. Head, 1911 Edition, as new

780

550

400

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190

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Dictionary of Greek and Roman Antiquities, William Smith 1882 - -

Stuart badges by Miss Helen Farquhar, Akerman’s Coins of the Romans, relating to Britain, Falsifications of Greek coins and how to recognise them, O. E. Ravel 1916

Cannon’s historical record of the 39th Foot with coloured plate, Records of the 1st Somerset Militia by Major W. J. W. Kerr, with coloured plate, 1930 :

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Military General Service medal roll of the 4th, 13th, 44th, 57th Foot f

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