115 DUNOTTAR STREET, SYDENHAM, 2192, JOHANNESBURG
PO BOX 28913, SANDRINGHAM, 2131, R.S.A.
TEL: +27 11 640 6325 / 485 2195
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Auction B81 – 29th March 2017
Auction B82 – 24 May 2017
Coin Auction – June 7th 2017
- Reserves have been fixed by the seller but should a reserve, in the opinion of a possible buyer be too high, I will be pleased to submit a reasonable offer to the seller, should the lot otherwise be unsold.
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WANTED FOR A CLIENT : JOHANNESBURG VRYWILLIGER CORPS MEDAL
NO REASONABLE OFFER REFUSED
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|ORDER OF THE CAPE OF GOOD HOPE||3|
|NAVAL GENERAL SERVICE MEDAL 1847||3|
|SOUTH AFRICA MEDAL 1877-8-9||3|
|ASHANTI 1896 STAR||3|
|KHEDIVE SUDAN MEDAL 1896 – 1908||3|
|BRITISH SOUTH AFRICA COMPANY MEDAL||3|
|QUEEN SUDAN MEDAL 1899||3|
|GENERAL SERVICE MEDALS 1818-1962||3|
|CRIMEA MEDAL 1854||4|
|WWI MEDALS TO JEWISH RECIPIENTS||5|
|WWI GROUPS TO JEWISH RECIPIENTS||5|
|WW I MEDALS||5|
|WW I GROUPS||5|
|WW II MEDALS||5-6|
|WW II GROUPS||6|
|SUDAN DEFENCE FORCE||7|
|SOUTH AFRICAN MEDAL||7|
|GVIR IMPERIAL SERVICE MEDAL||7|
|SOUTH WEST AFRICAN POLICE MEDAL||7|
|RHODESIAN AIRFORCE RANK||8|
|RHODESIAN CLOTH BADGES||10|
|INTAFF BREAST BADGES||10|
|RHODESIA / ZIMBABWEAN PLAQUES||11|
|RHODESIAN STABLE BELTS||11|
|SOUTH AFRICAN BADGES||11|
|OUR GRADING POLICY
EF+ = Almost as issued
EF = Slightly worn
VF+ = More worn and may have an edge knock
VF = The design shows wear from polishing and there are edge knocks
F+ = The design is still quite clear and has many edge knocks
F = The design is worn flat, has many edge knocks and may be damaged
|A001||Military Medal 438055 SAPR R. JONES 427/ E LAN : F. COY R.E.||VF||5000|
|ORDER OF THE CAPE OF GOOD HOPE|
|A002||The silver office class – beautifully hallmarked – this a civilian award presented to diplomatic missions. Consulate Officials or officers of Foreign countries. Instituted in 1973, a very rare and unusual medal||EF||10 000|
|NAVAL GENERAL SERVICE MEDAL 1847|
|H003||Bar Syria John Banbrook confirmed on the roll as a marine||EF||14000|
|SOUTH AFRICA MEDAL 1877-8-9|
|H004||Bar 1877-8-9 cast copy in white metal||VF||150|
|ASHANTI 1896 STAR|
|H005||Ashanti 1896 Star unnamed as issued||3200|
|KHEDIVE SUDAN MEDAL 1896 – 1908|
|H006||Bronze – unnamed not name erased – numerous edge knocks||F||1500|
|BRITISH SOUTH AFRICA COMPANY MEDAL|
|H007||Rhodesia 1896 cast copy in white medal||VF||150|
|QUEEN SUDAN MEDAL 1899|
|H008||Silver unnamed – brooch pin removed||F||1700|
|GENERAL SERVICE MEDALS 1818-1962|
|H009||GVIR Bar Palistine 1945-48
AS 12679 WO CLZA. MAKOLELA A.P.C.
|H010||GVIR Bar Malaya 32192 S.C. MOHD TAHIR B. BUNTARIN F of M Pol.||EF||1100|
|H011||EIIR Bar Cyprus 22984554 Gnr S.S. MURRAY R.A.||EF||1100|
|P012||BSAP Company medal : 424 Trooper J. CLOSS BSA Police
Medal reverse – Mashonaland 1897 toned
Killed in action at Mashanganyika’s Kraal 06 June 1897
From the Forsyth Roll there appear to be 10 KIA, 1 D/W and 23 D/S
Includes photograph ex Rhodesian Archives and research.
|P013||BSAP Company medal : Gunner G.E. FYFE Artillery Troop
Reverse Rhodesia 1896
Group photograph and research included
|P014||BSAP Company medal Unnamed
Reverse Matabeleland 1893 toned
Original specimen Ex Dis Noonan & Webb 2016
|P015||Trio: George Clydesdale JOLLIFFE
BSA Company Medal reverse Rhodesia 1896
82290 Bombadier, 10 Mountain Battery, RA
War Medal – Lieutenant
Victory Medal – Lieutenant
Former Mayor of Pietermaritzburg. Original (damaged) Medal bestowal certificate signed by Sir Evelyn Wood. Includes research and original documentation.
|P016||Trio: Assistant Commissioner John Robert ELLIOT BSA Police
War medal unnamed as issued
Colonial Police Medal for Meritorious Service EII – Captain John R. Elliott, BSAP
Colonial Police LSGC Medal GVI 2997 Detective Sub Inspector John R. Elliott BSAP
Including research, copy of “Outpost” where his funeral is featured and a group photograph of senior officers.
|CRIMEA MEDAL 1854|
|H017||Bar Sebastopol unnamed||VF||2300|
|A018||Khedive Sudan silver medal bar Sudan 1899 unnamed not name erased||VF+||1850|
|A019||Khedive Sudan silver medal 1910 Type II date 1335 no bar, unnamed not name erased. Badly filed on the Lion with Jewelers test mark||F||1100|
|A020||Sudan Defence Force unnamed not name erased||VF||2400|
|H021||Siege of Mafeking soup ration card
It was late 1899 – war was imminent in South Africa. Colonel Baden Powell had been ordered by Britain to set up a military base in the border town of Mafeking. Psychologically affected by the fact that it was from here that the Jameson Raid was launched. The Boers determined to regain this key town. It started an epic 7 and a half months siege. After 6 months by March 1900. The town was famished. Death and destruction from the daily bombardments added to disease and starvation of the 9000 men, women, children, blacks and whites that were trapped. Horse meat soup kitchens started up to feed the population
|A022||No bar: Pte S.J. MCLEOD TSOMO M.R.C.||VF+||2500|
|H023||No bars: T. SAVILLE STO H.M.S. RATTLER
With a copy of his and H.M.S. Rattlers time of service. He served on board from Oct 01 to Sept 03. QSA’s to Navy are very scarce
|A024|| One bar: Natal
873 Tpr F.W. TAUNTON Natal Carbineers
|A025|| Six bars: Tugela Heights; OFS; Relief of Ladysmith; TVL; Laings Nek and SA01
6 R.S. MAJ A.E. BODEN Menne’s Scouts
|X026||Bermuda wooden carved serviette ring. In front the words “BERMUDA” with a hart carved between “BER” and “MUDA” with the date 1901 and on a flat back “SIHA VENCA”||EF||500|
|WWI MEDALS TO JEWISH RECIPIENTS|
|H027||War medal to Pte S.L. SAMUELS 1st S.A.H.||VF||540|
|H028||War medal 3517 Pte A. LEVY Lan. Fus MIC shows Victory medal missing||EF||540|
|H029||War medal G28527 Pte M. COHEN R.W. Kent R.
Died 15/11/18 – remembered with honour Willesden Jewish cemetery
|H030||War medal 656 N.K. ABDULLA 6 Ptr GPS – bronze – very pitted and worn||800|
|WW I GROUPS TO JEWISH RECIPIENTS|
|H031||Pair: 541527 Pte M. JULIUS
War and Victory medals
Camerons copy of MIC shows these are his only medals
|H032||Pair: 4876 Pte J. WILENZICK R. Fus
War and Victory medals
Copy of MIC shows these are his only medals
|H033||Trio: 14232 Pte S. RINGELHEIM R.W. Fus
1914/15 Star; War and Victory medals
|H034||Trio: MZ-047550 Pte MEYERS A.S.C.
1914/15 Star; War and Victory medals
|H035||Trio: 63410 Gunr A. ROSE R.A.
War and Victory medals
Death plaque Albert Rose KIA 3/9/17 – Salonika included in a colour photo of his headstone with Star of David engraved in the corner. Copy of MIC confirms War and Victory medals.
|WW I MEDALS|
|A036||1914/15 Star 29267 Pte J. MURPHY RAMC||VF||200|
|A037||1914/15 Star 33 Pte H.D. MANSERGH N. Rhodesia Rif||VF+||300|
|A038||War Medal 21615 Pte L. McCRAM SON.L.I. (Somaliland Light Infantry)||VF+||350|
|A039||Bronze War medal 20748 Pte C. MOJAKISANG SANLC||VF||1200|
|WW I GROUPS|
|H040||Two: JOHN WELBY
Mercantile Marine and War medal
|H041||Two: J2196 Pte H. NEWMAN R. Fus
War and Victory medals
|H042||Two: 40547 Pte C.E. HARRIN Bedf. R
War and Bilingual Victory medal
|WW II MEDALS|
|H043||Italy star unnamed||EF||300|
|H044||Atlantic star unnamed||EF||500|
|H045||Africa Service Medal ACF 157970 H.E. CLARK||EF||300|
|H046||Africa Service Medal 180413 J.H. DURAAN||EF||300|
|H047||Africa Star with genuine 8th Army bar unnamed as issued||EF||400|
|WW II GROUPS|
|H048||Four: 213168 P. NERWICK
1939/45 Star; Africa Star; War and Africa Service medals
Photocopies of service record shows that he attested 12/12/40 in the SACS. He was a telegraph operator. 12 pages of research included
|H049||Five: 327285 E. SILVER 1939/45 Star; Africa Star; Italy Star; War and Africa Service medals. Jewish recipient – LAM SAAF 68 A/G/ 1/2/42
Five pages of research included. This is his full medal entitlement.
|H050||Five: M20926 W. WALTER
1939/45 Star; Africa Star; Defence; War and Africa Service medals.
Photocopies of his records of service show that he attested in the IMC Ladysmith 9/8/41. This is his full medal entitlement.
|C051||Six: SR 598491 S. POHL
1939/45 Star; Africa Star; Italy Star; Defence Medal; War Medal – unnamed as issued ; Africa Service Medal impressed to SR 598491.
The following badges accompany the lot: SA Artillery Collar; GB Artillery Collar and a GB Artillery mess dress collar. A slip-on for the 8th Army with the Rhodesian shoulder title as worn by the Rhodesian Artillery. A General Service cap badge and 3 x Dog tags 64188 Pohl A.S. and a set of 4 service stripes. A bronze school medallion with Rhodesia Coat of Arms and 1939 World War 1945.
|C052||Seven: J100778 (DEV.D.656) R.THURMAN A.B.R.F.R.
1939/45 Star; Africa Star; Italy Star, Atlantic Star; Defence and War Medal unnamed as issued.
GVIR Royal Fleet Reserve Long Service and Good Conduct medal.
With original mailing box addressed to: Mr R. Thurman
6 Visser Road
|H053||Son: L/Kpl R.B. EADIE 4th SAI
War and Bilingual Victory medals
Death plaque: Robert Binning EADIE
“Robert Binning Eadie enlisted in the 4th South African Infantry Regiment on the 14th of September 1915 and was given the Regimental Number of 2242. He was born in Longdilly in Fifeshire in England. He listed his mother, Mrs. Janet Eadie, of Crown Mines in Johannesburg as his next-of-kin. He was placed and transferred to K Company of the 2nd Reserve Battalion. He had a chequered military career and was found guilty of various offences. For being absent without leave from the 24th April until the 29th April 1916, he forfeited five days’ pay. He was again absent from the 3rd until the 6th June 1916 and was arrested in Folkston where
he again forfeited 2 days’ pay. He arrived in France and was taken on strength of the South African Scottish. He was demoted from the rank of lance corporal to private on the 3rd January 1917 for neglect of duty while he was in charge of a guard. Eadie was deprived of 5 days’ pay for failing to comply with standard orders on the 29th January 1917. On the 6th of March 1917, Private Eadie committed his final office of being drunk while on active service. He was deprived on 10 days’ pay. Eadie was killed in action on the 9th April 1917 during the Arras offensive. Eadie was 18 years old at the time of his death. He was laid to rest at the South End of Fred’s Wood, Nort-East of Ypres.”
A lugless cap badge with the tartan backing accompanies the lot and an oil painting 15 cm x 40 cm by C. Maser of him in the uniform of the SA Scottish is present.
|H054||Grandson: 212833 W.A. EADIE
Pair: War and Africa Service medals
“William Alexander Eadie was born in Johannesburg on the 20th December 1908. He had previously served in the Transvaal Scottish from 1929 to 1932 and then in the 67th Mines Company of the South African Engineer Corps from 1940 to 1941. He was regarded as being a second class shot during his citizen force career. At that time, his father R.G. Eadie was listed as his next of kin. He was discharged on the 1st October 1932 when he left the Union of South Africa and moved to Swaziland. His wife, Mrs Iris Joyce Eadie was listed as his next of kin and she resided in Kensington in Johannesburg. He was 32 years old when he enlisted for service during the Second World War and was used in a clerical position. He was appointed as an airman at No 100 Air School. Airman Eadie was discharged on the 30th October 1945 being declared medically unfit due to rheumatism and arthritis.”
|H055||Canadian Volunteer Service medal 1943 with overseas bar||EF||500|
|SUDAN DEFENCE FORCE|
|A056||Sudan Defence Force General Service medal unnamed not name erased (MYB 176A)||EF||2000|
|H057||25525939 Pte A. MOFFAT R.A.O.C. – this is the Cupro nickel medal||VF||2000|
|SOUTH AFRICAN MEDAL|
|H058||Pro Patria with Cunene bar – this is the 1st type. Has the SA Mint mark. Is very scare has a very low number.||VF||2000|
|GVIR IMPERIAL SERVICE MEDAL|
|H059||GVR Imperial service medal to William Samuel LEFSON||EF||350|
|SOUTH WEST AFRICAN POLICE MEDAL|
|H060||10 Year faithful service||EF||350|
|A061||Rhodesian General Service medal SAC (Senior Aircraftsman) XXX||EF||300|
|A062||Rhodesian General Service medal P.O. (Patrol Officer) XXX||EF||300|
|A063||Rhodesian General Service medal Cst P.A. MULIPAH||VF+||250|
|A064||Prison Service WDR D MATIENGA||EF||250|
|A065||Police Reserve Faithful Service medal F/R XXX||EF||350|
|A066||Police Reserve Faithful Service medal F/R XXX||EF||350|
|A067||Police Reserve Faithful Service medal F/R XXX||EF||350|
|A068||Colonial Police Long Service and Good Conduct EIIR AFR Const MORRIS BSAP||VF||950|
|A069||Bronze Southern Rhodesia National Rifle Association – reverse engraved SRNRA Governor’s 1 Stage 1951||VF+||400|
|A070||South Atlantic issued for the Falklands war||EF||50|
|A072||ER II Distinguished Police Service||EF||50|
|A073||ER II Civil Defence Long Service Medal cast||VF||20|
|A074||GEO VI R Navy Long Service cast||VF||20|
|A075||ER II R Ulster Const Service medal||EF||50|
|A076||Mercantile Marine Medal cast||VF||20|
|A077||ER II Observer Corps Medal cast||VF||20|
|A078||ER II Air Efficiency Medal cast||VF||20|
|A079||ER II Fire Brigade Long Service Medal cast||VF||20|
|A080||ER II Cadet Forces Medal cast||VF||20|
|A081||ER II Campaign Service Medal||EF||50|
|A082||ER II Meritorious Service Medal cast||EF||10|
|A083||Waterloo Modern copy||EF||50|
|A084||ER II Queens Gallantry Medal cast||VF||20|
|A085||GEO VID Canadian Defence Force Decoration cast||VF||20|
|A086||ER II Distinguished Conduct Medal cast||VF||20|
|A087||GEO VI Distinguished Conduct Medal cast||VF||20|
|A088||ER II Imperial Service Medal cast||VF||20|
|A089||Indian Independence Medal cast||VF||20|
|A090||GEO VI Naval General Service Medal||EF||50|
|A091||USA 1941-1945 Asiatic Pacific Campaign||EF||50|
|A092||Belgium Civil Merit Decoration||EF||50|
|A093||ER II Distinguished Flying medal with post 1919 ribbon.||EF||50|
|RHODESIAN AIRFORCE RANK|
|X094||C479/80||Rhodesian Air Force pair of Master Technician rank badge||EF||75|
|X095||O3005||Rhodesian Air Force anodized cap badge 70’s era||EF||100|
|X096||C435||Pilots Wing Emb||EF||400|
|X097||Royal Rhodesian Air Force patch in red – has wing with ‘B’ in centre. Has GSU RRAF embroidered in yellow – could be a flight suit badge||EF||300|
|X098||Royal Rhodesian Air Force cloth badge Q/C, eagle and wreath embroidered in yellow on light blue cloth.||EF||150|
|X099||Rhodesian Air Force mess dress for flight sergeant single||70|
|X100||Air Sub Lieut Khaki slip ons – pair||VF||200|
|X101||Air Lt Khaki slip ons||EF||120|
|X102||Royal Rhodesian Air Force bullion wire with Q/C – has long leaves in silver surrounding blue circle with letters RRAF||EF||1000|
|X103||O2991||6 Rhodesia Regt Silver coloured type cap badge||EF||100|
|X104||02992/93||6 Rhodesia Regt Silver coloured type collar badges (pair)||EF||100|
|X105||O3002||Rhodesian Women’s Air Force collar badges A||EF||100|
|X106||O3023||Artillery Brass cap badge||EF||100|
|X107||O3057||Selous Scouts cap badge A||VF+||500|
|X108||O3060||Armoured Cars W/M cap badge worn 1973-1980, including balkie worn on beret||EF||400|
|X109||O3074||Rhodesian Defence Unit cap badge||EF||80|
|X110||O3077||Rhodesian Defence Regiment||EF||100|
|X111||O3097||Rhodesian African Rifles metal cap badge stamped Firmin London||EF||100|
|X112||O3098/99||Rhodesian African Rifles W/M collar badges||VF||100|
|X113||O3102||Rhodesian African Rifles Sterling Silver||EF||250|
|X114||O3113||Rhodesian Chaplains cap badge worn 1972-1980 (blackened brass)||EF||100|
|X115||O3133/34||Army Service Corps Colls A||EF||80|
|X116||O3134||Army Service Corps Coll B||EF||50|
|X117||O3163||Rhodesian Grey Scouts Beret badge anodized aluminium, Reuteler stamped||EF||150|
|X118||O3071/2||Military Police Colls A||EF||100|
|X119||O3183||Rhodesian Light Infantry beret badge (anodized aluminium)||EF||100|
|X120||O3184/85||Rhodesian Light Infantry collar badges (anodized aluminium) – pair||EF||100|
|X121||O3189||Rhodesian Special Air Service anodized aluminium beret badge||EF||300|
|X122||O3233||Majors Rank Badge GM||EF||50|
|X123||O3236||Majors Rank badge for mess dress GM Pair||EF||100|
|X124||O3262||BSAP Radio Branch anodized badge||EF||80|
|X125||O3272||Rhodesian Pay Corps Bi/M with Q/C||EF||100|
|X126||O3275||Rhodesian Army Pay Corps BiM||EF||80|
|X127||O3285||Rhodesian Educational Beret badge anodized aluminium||EF||100|
|X128||O3286/87||Rhodesian Education metal collars worn from 1972 -1980||EF||150|
|X129||O3303||Rhodesian Medics anodized aluminium cap badge worn from 1972 – 1980||EF||100|
|X130||O3308||Rhodesia and Nyasaland Engineers BiM||EF||100|
|X131||O3312||Rhodesian Engineer Corps Cap badge||EF||80|
|X132||O3313/14||Rhodesian Engineer Corps Collar badges||EF||100|
|X133||O3328||Rhodesia and Nyasaland Signals corps cap badge with Q/C worn 1957-1965||EF||150|
|X134||O3353||BSAP Cap badge B 1933-1945||EF||100|
|X135||O3378/79||BSAP Comms Mess dress collar badges||EF||200|
|X136||O3388||Rhodesian Intelligence Corps beret badge anodized aluminium||EF||300|
|X137||O3433||Majors Slip on||EF||200|
|X138||O3472||Rhodesian Physiological Corps beret badge Reuteler stamped||EF||300|
|X139||Lieutenants Rank badges GM – pair||EF||80|
|X140||Lieutenants Rank badges Mess dress pair||EF||80|
|A141||SRSC shoulder title in silver which was used as an Officers cap badge||200|
|RHODESIAN CLOTH BADGES|
|X142||C397||Rhodesian Parachute Trade Patch DK Green backing||EF||150|
|X143||C398||Rhodesian Parachute Trade Patch for Work Dress||EF||120|
|X144||C452||BSAP Officers Bullion Wire cap badge worn in the 70’s||EF||200|
|X145||C453||BSAP Women’s Bullion Wire cap badge worn in the 70’s||EF||150|
|X146||C514||Rhodesian 3 Brigade Silk screen shoulder patch for shirts||EF||70|
|X147||C542||Rhodesian Army WO II Arm Rank Patch for work dress||EF||100|
|X148||C546||Rhodesian Army WO I Arm Rank Patch for Parade dress||EF||200|
|X149||C552||Rhodesian Staff Sergeant Rank Patch||EF||50|
|X150||Rhodesian Sergeant Stripes for Parade Dress||EF||50|
|X151||Rhodesian Armourers Trade Patch for Work Dress||EF||100|
|X152||Rhodesian Army Silk screen shoulder patch for shirts faces right||EF||50|
|X153||O3244||WO I Black||EF||70|
|X154||O3252||WO II Black||EF||50|
|X155||O3253||WO II Chrome||EF||70|
|X156||O3253||WO II GM||EF||50|
|X157||O3254||BSAP 1st Class Sgt B||EF||50|
|INTAFF BREAST BADGES|
|X158||Copper with red enamel Headman worn UDI period||EF||200|
|X159||O3895 Rectangular breast badge with chain worn UDI period||VF||500|
|X160||Brass Octagonal Breast badge worn UDI Period with chain||EF||600|
|X161||Brass Oval Chief Messenger worn UDI Period should be worn with leather strap on upper arm||EF||500|
|X162||Brass Oval Chief in two tone enamel paint – green and black – Written Tribal Land Authority worn UDI period with lugs||EF||200|
|X163||Brass rectangular breast badge worn UDI period with chain||EF||600|
|X164||Rhodesian Army compass in working order however graded glass is cracked. Stamped RG134 (Rhodesia Government)||VF||200|
|X165||Marksman’s badge bullion wire||EF||150|
|X166||Patu Patch Paw print||EF||100|
|X167||Support Unit printed on grey shirt material||EF||80|
|X168||C715||Deputy Commissioners Gorget Patch||EF||150|
|X169||C716||Deputy Senior Assistant Gorget Patch Pair||EF||200|
|X170||C425||Zimbabwe Air Force Officers cap badge||EF||100|
|X171||SAS Parawing for work dress||EF||300|
|RHODESIA / ZIMBABWEAN PLAQUES|
|X172||1 Zimbabwe Parachute Battalion – has metal wing, cap and collar badges on burgundy felt on camo material||EF||200|
|X173||Rhodesian Military Police – hole drilled in wooden shield||EF||50|
|X174||BSAP Square type high lighting – campaigns in dates during 1889-1980||EF||300|
|X175||Rhodesian Intelligence Corps painted date on wooden shield||EF||300|
|RHODESIAN STABLE BELTS|
|X176||RLI – 79 cm long, all belts and buckles in good condition||EF||300|
|X177||Service Corps – 79 cm long, all belts and buckles in good condition||VF||200|
|X178||Staff or Woman’s Army – 79 cm long, all belts and buckles in good condition||VF||200|
|X179||RAR – 76 cm long, all belts and buckles in good condition||VF||150|
|A180||Rhodesian African Rifles – in very good condition size XL (1 meter long)||EF||400|
|A181||Rhodesian Regiment in very good condition size XL (1 meter long)||EF||500|
|A182||Rhodesian Psychological Operations unit belt and metal buckle in very good condition – size XL (90 cm long)||EF||500|
|F183||Gilt bilingual china Rhodesia solidarity egg cups. Very good condition with no cracks or chips||200|
|F184||Leather wall hanger displaying six copper and enamel plaques representing Ops Hurricane, Thrasher, Repulse, Tangent, Grapple and Splinter. Excellent condition for age||400|
|X185||O2595||Rhodesian SAS chrome||EF||300|
|X186||O2587||BSAP with additional brass keeper||150|
|X187||O2602||Rhodesian Intelligence Corps||EF||250|
|X188||XIV with Victorian Crown||EF||150|
|X189||Psychological Operations Unit – dark blue – no badge – size 59||EF||400|
|X190||Selous Scouts size 59 – no badge||EF||600|
|X191||SAS size 57 – no badge||EF||600|
|SOUTH AFRICAN BADGES|
|X192||Transvaal 28 Cadets W/M Shoulder titles – not in Owen||EF||20|
|F193||Pair of SADF Nutria Tupperware Army Gymnasium shoulder flashes with Wits Command bars. Very good condition – pins intact||250|
|X194||SAP Special constable Unit Tupperware flash||VF||50|
|X195||SAP ABS – 1SD 2 Tupperware flash||VF||200|
|X196||SA Inf HQ Coy Tupperware flash||VF||100|
|X197||SA Inf D Coy Tupperware flash||VF||100|
|X198||SA Inf B Coy Tupperware flash||VF||100|
|X199||D3478 SA Police Instructor patch on blue backing||VF||100|
|X200||SA Police Hi Risk team on blue||EF||200|
|X201||SA Police tracker on green backing||EF||100|
|X202||SA Police Tracker on camo backing||EF||100|
|X203||SA Police Public order police operator metal badge||EF||500|
|X204||SA Diver metal badge gilt colour||EF||300|
|X205||Italian buckle for Italian African Police – hook on back broken off.||140|
|X206||Field Heavy artillery cap badge top secure brass straps broken off.||140|
|X207||Administration or Supply cap badge||150|
|X208||Infantry beret badge pattern 74||150|
|X209||Engineers / Radio operator beret badge – scarce||200|
|X210||Tank Troops bullion wire side cap badge Post War – centre star is missing.||130|
|X211||British SAS Embroidered cotton beret badge||EF||70|
|X212||Sudanese Defence Force cap badge worn Pre 1956 – has brooch fitting
|X213||Unknown badge – has 2 headed Eagle type bird with out streached wings. Joined to the head is a swivel hinge with a crown in gilt attached. On top of the crown is a ring for attachment.||EF||200|
|A214||Clock Gauge from an unknown aircraft – has a sticker on the back “NORMALE S1A1”||250|
|A215||8 Day clock gauge from an unknown aircraft. Has Smiths as its makers name and model/serial number plate on the back.||300|
|A216||Bombing angle computer instrument. Makers the London name and plate MFG LTD London and Brighton||300|
|A217||Oxygen aviator breathing cylinder. Has pressure valve and on/off valve. Made by Scott New York.||50|
|F218||Ultra-scarce SADF issued binoculars case for the Patt 73 webbing, including strap. Used throughout the Bush War. Can be worn on shoulder, belt or attached to webbing. In a very good, original and field-used condition, all studs intact.||400|
|F219||Vintage SA Army leather leggings – very good condition with crisp “UM” marks. Similar to British WW I pattern||250|
|F220||SA army canvas gaiters – two pairs one set unused. All buckles intact||100|
|F221||Official AWB camo pattern short sleeved uniform shirt, poignant that it’s sized for a pre-teen to wear. Label is 12 – excellent condition||200|
|R222||Kimberley Vaalpan Diamond Syndicate 10 September 1906 – One share||VF||15|
|R223||Johannesburg Gas Company 3rd May 1889 badly foxed and a corner torn off to cancel||10|
|R224||The IDA Gold Mining Company 26th Nov 1891 – 100 shares – badly foxed||10|
|R225||Hoekplaats Gold Mining Syndicate 1st October 1901 – 5 shares||15|
|R226||The Gem Gold Mining Company LTD 13th April 1887 – 17 shares||15|
|R227||The Fern Gold Mining Company – badly foxed 18th Sept 1892||10|
|R228||Eucalite LTD 10th November 1921 – 100 shares||15|
|R229||Elandslaagte Gold Mining Company 6th September 1889 – 5 shares||15|
|R230||De Kaap Gold Mining and Exploration Co. October 23, 1886 – 42 shares||15|
|R231||The Central Rand Banket Gold Mining Estate 21st May 1903 – 5 shares||15|
|R232||The Benoni Gold Mines Ltd 19th day of June 1896 – 100 shares||15|
|R233||The Mount Morgan Gold Mining 7th March 1889 badly foxed – 20 shares||10|
|R234||South Western Exploration Co Ltd 27th June 1911 – 100 shares||15|
|R235||Solomons Teple Tin Mines Ltd 17th December 1912 – 100 shares, corner torn off to cancel||10|
|R236||The Mount Morgan Gold Mining Co Ltd 7th March 1889 – 500 shares badly foxed||10|
|R 237||The Simmer and Jack East Ltd 22 January 1906||15|
|R238||The West End Ranchery Co Ltd 5th Day of October 1921 – 500 shares||15|
|R239||Vlakfontein Estates Ltd 1904 – 12 shares badly foxed||10|
|R240||Village Main Reef Gold Mining Co 31 December 1917 – 12 shares||15|
|R241||Vern Consolidated Gold Mining Co 16 November 1888 – 100 shares badly foxed||10|
|R242||Zwartkoppies Estate Co 27th August 1921 – 107 shares. The Custodian of Enemy Property in the Union of South Africa||20|
|R243||Western Chimes Gold Mining 27th January 1890 – 15 shares||15|
|R244||The United Langlaagte Gold Mining Company 28th August 1894 – 2 shares||15|
|R245||Trust Assets Syndicate Ltd 11th September 1911 – 250 shares||15|
|R246||Transvaal Silver and Base Metals Limited 18th December 1926 – 975 shares||15|
|R247||South Western Exploration Co Ltd 27th June 1911 – 100 shares||15|
|R248||The South African Diamond Options Ltd 4th August 1904 – 5 shares||15|
|R249||South African Copper Queen Estates Co 12th November 1909 – 5 shares||15|
|R250||Smallded Diamond and Estate Syndicate Ltd 30th June 1901 – 5 shares||15|
|R251||Salamander Wheeling and Industries Ltd 24th July 1951 – 100 shares||15|
|R252||Soche Estates and Mining Co Ltd 28th June 1911 – 100 shares||15|
|R253||Sabie Consolidated Gold Mines Ltd 12th June 1906 – 100 shares||15|
|R254||The Rietpan Diamond Syndicate Ltd 31st May 1895 – 1 share||15|
|R255||Rand Reefs Gold Mining Company 16th June 1902 – 100 shares||15|
|R256||Rand West Gold Mines 24th July 1893 – 30 shares||15|
|R257||Rand Klip Ltd 12th June 1911 – 1 share||15|
|R258||Orion Diamond Mining Company Ltd 2nd December 1919 – 100 shares||15|
|R259||New Randt Reefs Gold Mining Co 10th December 1908 – 10904 shares||15|
|R260||New Thor Diamond Mining Co Ltd 8th July 1919 – 5 shares||15|
|R261||The New Randt Ltd 14th January 1909 – 5 shares||15|
|R262||New Goch Gold Mines Ltd 28th June 1911 – 2 shares||15|
|R263||New Black Reef Gold Mining Co Ltd 12th May 1893 – 22 shares||15|
|R264||The Mount Morgan Gold Mining Co Ltd 17th March 1889 – 20 shares badly foxed||10|
|R265||The Victory Hill Consolidated Gold Mining Co Ltd 19th January 1889 – 100 shares||15|
|R266||Klerksdorp Mint Gold Mining 10th January 1890 – 75 shares badly foxed||10|
|R267||Meyer and Leeb Gold Mining Company – 2 shares badly foxed||10|
|R268||Mikado Diamond Syndicate 17th May 1904 – 1 share||15|
|R269||Lardine Ltd 19th April 1920 – 100 shares||15|
|F270||THE MILITARY FORTIFICATIONS OF PRETORIA 1880 – 1902 **Signed by Author**
A Study in Historical Archaeology. An unacknowledged gem of Africana/Historical research; archaeologist Dr. Anton Vollenhoven’s magnificent guide filled an enormous gap in Pretoria and Boer War history. The title says it all! Soft cover edition published in 1999. 132 pages. Illustrated throughout and signed by the author. New book.
|F271||FROM DOLLY GRAY TO SARIE MARAIS
The Boer War in Popular Memory. Researched and written by Michael Rice. Hard cover in as-new condition. 240 pages with black and white illustrations.
|F272||GUIDE TO THE ANGLO BOER WAR IN THE EASTERN TRANSVAAL **Revised Edition**
1899 – 1902 100 Years. Researched and written by Gert& Erika v.d. Westhuizen. Revised soft cover edition. English and Afrikaans text. 323 pages with appendices. Illustrated throughout with photographs and maps. Stunning reference work.
|F273||SHOOT STRAIGHT YOU BASTARDS! **Breaker Morant**
The Truth Behind the Killing of ‘Breaker’ Morant; very detailed account of Australian war crimes during the Anglo-Boer War and the courts martial and executions of the perpetrators. Researched and written by Nick Bleszynski. First edition soft cover published by Random House, 2002. 386 pages, illustrated. Very good condition.
|F274||FIRE IN THE SKY ** The Destruction of the Orange Free State, 1899-1902 **
The late historian Owen Coetzer’s seminal work on the British scorched earth policy during the Boer War and the destruction of the Orange Free State between 1899 and 1902. Illustrated with b/w photographs. Published by Covos Day Books in 2000. Paperback.
|F275||THE WORK OF WAR ARTISTS IN SOUTH AFRICA
Fascinating folio reprint of the original 1900 Art Journal edition published by William Humphreys Art Gallery, Kimberley, in 1999 with annotations by Steve Lunderstedt and new Foreword by Dr R.Greenwall.
|F276||JUST SO STORIES **Rudyard Kipling**
Illustrations by the author. A Rudyard Kipling classic. Hard cover red leatherette gold embossed boards. Purnell edition published 1987. Excellent condition.
|F277||ALL THE MOWGLI STORIES **Rudyard Kipling**
Hardcover edition with picture boards published by Macmillan in 1956. Illustrated by Stuart Tresilian. Very good sound condition, random red pen marks to some pages, wear to spine and back cover. 271 pages, stunning period drawings throughout.
|F278||THE JOURNAL OF GEORGE FOX **1911 Vol I & II** Quaker History
Edited From the MSS by Norman Penny. George Fox (September 1624 – 13 January 1691) was an English Dissenter and a founder of the Religious Society of Friends, commonly known as the Quakers.First edition printed verbatim from the original manuscripts. Hard covers published by Cambridge Press, 1911. Both editions in very good condition, sound bindings, light foxing to first few pages and black marks to first pages of Vol II.
|F279||THE RE-APPEARING MOON: Letters of a Missionary Priest in Pondoland **Signed**
Letters of a Missionary Priest in Pondoland 1892-1942 by Godfrey Callaway First edition published by Wits Press, 1995. 104 pages. Illustrated. Limited edition of 200 copies and signed by the editor, Anne R. Kotze. Hard cover in excellent condition. Scarce book!
|F280||JAN SMUTS AND HIS INTERNATIONAL CONTEMPORARIES
Written by O. Geyser. First edition soft cover published by Covos Day, 2001. 156 pages. Illustrated. Very good condition. R
|F281||KINKASEKI **WW II Japanese POW** SIGNED
One Day at a Time. Arthur Titherington’s experiences as a Japanese POW, and his 50 year fight for justice for his fellow POWs. First edition published by Covos Day, 2000. Soft cover with b/w illustrations, 273 pages with index in very good condition. Signed by author.
|F282||EMPIRE SHIPS OF WORLD WAR II
Written by by W H Mitchell & L A Sawyer. Line drawings by John Lindsay. First edition hard cover with picture boards, published by Sea Breezes, 1965.
|F283||BLEEDING GERMANY DRY **ALLIED ATROCITIES ON GERMANS AFTER 1945**
The Aftermath of World War II from the German Perspective. Researched and written by Dr. Claus Nordbruch. Published by Contact, 2012, Hard cover with dust jacket, lots of photos & illustrations, 560 pages, new copy.
|F284||THE HOLOCAUST **Martin Gilbert**
The Jewish Tragedy. An acknowledged benchmark study researched and written by historian Martin Gilbert. First edition fourth impression hard cover with dust jacket published by Collins, 1986. 959 pages with index. Illustrated with photographs and maps. Excellent condition.
|F285||HISTORY OF THE TRANSVAAL HORSE ARTILLERY 1904-1974
Written by Neil Orpen. Hardcover with dust jacket published 1975. 275 pages with index. Illustrated. Good condition, all pull-out maps intact, foxing to cover, end papers and page block.
|F286||ON WINGS OF EAGLES
South Africa’s Military Aviation History written by Dave Becker. First edition hard cover with dust jacket published on behalf of the SAAF. 284 pages, illustrated throughout. Good sound condition.
|F287||SOARING WITH EAGLES ** The South African Air Force
Stunning photography by FransDely, text by John Illsley. First edition hard cover with dust jacket by Avpix Publishing, 2004. 194 pages lavishly illustrated with sections devoted to each of the squadrons and the aircraft they employ; an outstanding visual celebration of the SAAF as it was then, including much on ground staff and the men who fly the machines. Has become an increasingly scarce book since its release. Good sound condition.
|F288||BUFFALO BATTALION – L.J. BOTHMA **1st Edition**
South Africa’s 32 Battalion. A Tale of Sacrifice. First edition, first print English soft cover edition of Dr L.J. Bothma’s outstanding, hands-on history of one of the world’s fighting elite. Excellent copy. 452 pages with index, maps, aerial photos and loads of personal pictures.
|F289||SOUTH AFRICA’S BORDER WAR 1966-1989
Willem Steenkamp’s classic history of the Border War, extensively illustrated with colour and b/w photographs. Large format first edition hard cover published by Ashanti. 252 pages. Good condition.
|F290||BUSH OF GHOSTS **LIFE AND WAR IN NAMIBIA 1986-90**
Collection of photographs shot by acclaimed John Liebenberg throughout the Border War. Soft cover landscape edition published by Umuzi, 2011. 272 pages. Excellent condition.
|F291||STATUTES OF THE MOST EXCELLENT ORDER OF THE BRITISH EMPIRE
A fascinating piece of history. Gold embossed soft cover with 45 printed pages of text and 7 monochrome photographs to the rear circa 1956. Includes loose Additional Statutes and an index. Good condition, separation of photo section from binding and tears to top and bottom of spine. Scarce to find in South Africa; more prevalent in “Colonial Africa” north of our border.
|F292||GOLD COINS OF THE WORLD **600 AD TO 1958**
An Illustrated Standard Catalogue with Valuations by Robert Friedberg. Complete from 600 AD to 1958. Large format hard cover with dust jacket under heavy plastic. 384 pages with index. Illustrated throughout. Ex Transvaal Cent. Ref. Lib. with associated stamps and slips, NEVER BORROWED and in very good condition.
|F293||THE FINEST PHOTOS FROM THE OLD DRUM
Prologue by Oswald Mtshali. Epilogue by Anthony Sampson. First edition compiled and edited by Jurgen Schadeberg, published 1987. A fine selection of black and white photographs of Johannesburg society of the 1950’s Laminated picture boards, 130 pages illustrated throughout. Fascinating insight into 1950s lifestyles as Apartheid started taking hold with photographs by some South African icons. Excellent condition.
|F294||EDEN’S EXILES **Jan Breytenbach** 1st Edition & Signed
Super-scarce first edition with dust jacket released by Queillerie Publishing in 1997.
|F295||VELD SKETCHBOOK **Books of Rhodesia** Limited Collector’s Edition
Scarce Leather Bound De lux Edition, this is Number 7 of 50, in excellent condition with slip case.
|F296||RHODESIA OF TODAY **1895 Reprint**
A Description of the Present Condition and the Prospects of Mashonaland & Matabeleland by E.F. Knight. Hard cover facsimile reproduction of the 1895 edition with new Foreword and illustrations. Published by Books of Rhodesia – Silver Series Vol 3 – printed 1975. 151 pages plus 24 pages of Longmans catalogue. Good tight copy with wear to jacket. Fold-out map intact.
|F297||JAMBO EFFENDI **SEVEN YEARS WITH THE KING’S AFRICAN RIFLES**
Hard cover with dust jacket written by Iain Graham, published 1966. Illustrated. Ex library book but in a very good condition.
|F298||HONOURS AND AWARDS OF THE OLD CONTEMPTIBLES
The officers and men of the British Army and Navy mentioned in Dispatches 1914-1914. Hard cover republished in 1971, of the 1915 original. Good condition.
|K299||Group of Eight: Sir Charles Peter Selwyn ALLEN
The Royal Victoria Order Breast Badge (MVO) numbered 1680
Order of the British Empire Breast Badge (OBE)
1939/45 Star; Africa Star; Defence medal; War medal; EIIR Coronation; EIIR Uganda Independence Medal – unnamed and mounted for wear.
Please note the obituary from Google is wrong – his date of birth is 29 September 1917 and not 1929. Extract from “Who was Who 1971 – 1980 reads as follows:
“Allen Charles Peter Selwyn CMG 1963; MVO 1954; OBE 1959;New Zealand 29 September 1917, yr 5 of Late John Allen M1947 Joan Audrey Cundell. Educ. Wanganui Colegiate Sch. NZ Gonevill and Ciaus Col. Camebridge. Administrative Service Uganda 1944/43 District Officer 1940 – 5. ASST. Chief Sec. 1952-55. Seconded to British Embassy Washington 1955-56. Permanent SCC 1955. Permanent Secretary to Prime Minister Uganda (SEC. to Cabinet and Head of Uganda Civil Service 1962-63) .
Local Director (Zambia) The British South Africa Company 1963-65.
Anglo American Corp Johannesburg 1965-73 died 18th March 1977
|K300||Group of nine Miniature medals attributed to Sir Charles Peter Selwyn ALLEN
CMG (Commander of St Michael and St George)
MVO Royal Victorian Order
OBE Order of the British Empire
1939/45 Star; Africa Star; Defence Medal; War Medal; EIIR Coronation medal; EIIR Independence of Uganda medal. Mounted for wear