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Newly bought Great War Gallantry Medal Group

Cash was paid for this excellent Greek Macedonia Military Cross Medal Group D.C.L.I. Superb and unusual triple gallantry medal group to the Duke of Cornwall Light Infantry Officer Percy Ashton who comes from a very well-connected family with renowned Military and 1st Class Cricketing...

An exceptional medal group from the family of a Glorious Gloster Imjin Prisoner of War

Sell us your medals, get immediate payment, professional assistance and easy process. email us at jonathangodwinbuyer@gmail.com or call Jonathan at 0044 (0) 7765 595662 Or simply complete the proforma on the home page of this site. We are extremely privileged to have met and bought the medal group of...

Notable Purchases Spring 2019

Here we have a selection of recent purchases. If you are looking to sell contact us on 0044 (0) 7765 595662 and speak with Jonathan Godwin Or email jonathangodwinbuyer@gmail.com Or fill in the proforma on the HOME page if this site. A very pleasing group of miniatures with an OBE (Military),...

Reasons to sell to us – The Money Paid is All YOURS and you will not be kept waiting!!

We are looking for medals to buy in. We have customers waiting for items to add to their collection and we are willing to pay good money, immediately to you. A recently acquired collection. All we need is some images and a brief description for us to give you a figure. We can have money in your...

February 2019 Purchases

Much sought after Gwalior Star from the Victorian era Crimean War and Indian Mutiny Medals to the 13th Regiment of Foot Very interesting Chindit Medal Group, direct from the family. Paperwork and photographs always make items more saleable and appeals to the collector. Wonderful gilt...

Isandlwana 24th Foot Casualty Zulu Wars Medal

We are delighted to report that we recently purchased for a City Investor. A South Africa 1879 medal with 1877-8-9 Clasp to the famous 1st/24th Foot who was a casualty at Isandlwana in the 1879 Zulu Wars Private Kempster was a career soldier and was killed when the camp at Isandlwana was overrun as depicted...

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