Currently Browsing: Victorian Campaign Medals

Valentine’s Day purchases.

We were delighted to buy 2 superb Victorian medals on Valentines Day. Both are very interesting medals. We have an Egypt Medal with The Nile 1884-85 and Abu Klea clasps. This was a very famous battle and this medal as awarded to a young lad who had joined the army as a 14 year old and within 5 years...

Royal Navy Medal Collection

We are pleased to have bought these Royal Navy medals and groups Recent purchases include these groups and singles. We will buy any medals and we can get the deal done is extra quick time to suit you. Just use the on-line proforma to upload the photos and details and we will get back to you as son...

January 2020 Historic Purchase

Important Medals from a historically pre-eminent family. We are privileged to have bought medals from 2 men of the Punjab. VISIT OF THE PRINCE OF WALES TO INDIA MEDAL 1875 This large oval medal was struck to commemorate the state visit of the Prince of Wales (later King Edward VII) to India in 1875....

2019 New Groups –

Raise Cash for Christmas NOW!!! send details and photos to jonathangodwinbuyer@gmail.com or use the proforma on this site easier still text us with photos at 07765 595662 Direct from the family this group was quickly snapped up by an avid collector. We have a network of keen buyers of...

Victorian Campaign Medal Group

Acquired last week is this Superb Victorian Campaign Medal Group Brigade Surgeon – cash paid Indian Medical Service Surgeon Lieutenant-Colonel Edward Palmer, Indian Medical Service. This superb group of 6 named medals comprises: Afghanistan Medal 1878-80, 1 clasp, clasp Kandahar named to...

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...

« Older Entries