22nd May, 2024 10:00

Militaria | Medals, Arms & Armour

  Lot 27


comprising The 1914-15 Star (insc. 755 C.O.M. SJT. P. COCKBURN A.&S. HIGHRS), The War Medal, The Victory Medal (insc. 755A.W.O. CL. 1. ...) and The Distinguished Conduct Medal (insc. 755 SJT.1/7 A&SHDRS. T.F.), also The Territorial Efficiency Medal (insc. 275034 C.S. MJR.: A.R.S. MJR; ... 7/A&S. HIGHRS), along with an A&S H cap badge, also a group of four WWI service and campaign medals comprising The 1939-1945 Medal, The 1939-1945 Star, The Africa Star, and The Italy Star, with paper inscribed Pte. A. Cockburn in pen, and accompanying memorial scroll to Private A. Cockburn Royal Pioneer Corps - this in envelope to Mrs. J. Cockburn, also another 1939-1945 Medal and a photograph of a young child


A condition report is offered as an indication of any issues visible to the naked eye. As none of our staff is a professional conservator or restorer, buyers must satisfy themselves in respect of condition. The condition report does not form part of any contract between McTear's and the buyer, and all lots are offered "as is" in accordance with our Terms of Business available on our website.


Sold for £2,800
Estimated at £1,000 - £1,500

Condition Report
Condition good to fair. Most medals with typical wear, including some minor scuffs and dings from knocking together. More notable Ding to lower edge of DCM, smaller though pronounce one to his War Medal. Tear to envelope of memorial scroll, though scroll undamaged.

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