Militaria For Sale
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Tobruk medallion with the name E. ALLAN engraved into the rear. Whilst there is no indication at this time of a service number or unit, the recipient may have resided at 608 Richard Street, Ballarat in the past 50 years. If you are related to a Tobruk veteran who has resided at this address, please contact the Medals Gone Missing Administrator.
Country: United States
The descendants of U.S. Army Medal of Honor recipient, Captain Edmond BUTLER are wishing to ascertain the location of this missing medal. Edmond BUTLER was awarded the Medal of Honor as a result of his participation in the battle of Wolf Mountain, Montana on 8 January 1877. He served with the 5th Infantry during this iconic battle. The Battle of Wolf Mountain, also known the Battle of the Wolf Mountains, Miles's Battle on the Tongue River and the Battle of the Butte; occurred January 8, 1877, in the Montana Territory between the United States Army and a force of Lakota Sioux and Northern Cheyenne during the Great Sioux War of 1876. The Northern Cheyenne called it the Battle of Belly Butte. It was fought about four miles southwest of modern-day Birney, along the Tongue River. Mary Casey, the family historian states "My Great Grandfather, Edmond Butler, from County Tipperary, Ireland, came to America and fought in our Civil War. He then fought in the Indian Wars and earned the Medal of Honor after the Battle of Wolf Mountain, Montana on January 8, 1877. He was in the Army, 5th Infantry. The Medal disappeared years ago and I have heard it is in a private collection". Mary and her family fully appreciate that sometimes, collectors do not wish to part with their collection. They are also very grateful that these collectors treasure these medals and look after them, as if they are their own. They would be extremely grateful, just to know where the medal is? Mary went on to say, "Of course, our family would dearly love to have this medal returned to us, as our family has a very strong military tradition, we are certainly a military family. Captain Edmond Butler's sons, grandsons, great grandsons, great great grandsons and great,great, great grandsons have fought for this country over many years and in many conflicts. The latest being in Vietnam, South Korea, Iraq and Afghanistan. The missing Medal of Honor means a lot to our family and with the military history I have included, I am sure that whoever has been caring for this medal will appreciate that we are very genuine. If you are the person who has Edmond's medal, we would be extremely grateful even just to view the medal. If you would consider selling it back to us, that would be even better; but we fully understand your position and we respect your love for the Medal of Honor. We hope to hear from you in the near future.
First World War ANZAC A.I.F. (Australian Imperial Force) Sterling Hallmarked Identity Disc pertaining to Private William Leslie BOLT who served with the 19th Infantry Battalion. This privately purchased Chester Assay office hallmarked silver identity disc (dog tag) is engraved as follows:
B. Coy. 19th BATT.
and on the other side the hallmark for Chester and an R denoting 1917 as the manufacture date and also the following engraved:
VIC. The First World War Embarkation Roll indicates that he boarded HMAT Themistocles (A32) at port Sydney on the 5th October, 1915. This soldier had an interesting period of service suffering from a number of diseases of varying kinds and being A.W.O.L. It seems that he came to a sad end with no family - a lot of history to such a small item which no doubt was on his person as he not only bravely fought but enjoyed some of the 'finer' parts of life! The disc measures approx 28mm circular excluding the side lugs. This item is being offered for sale by Poppy Militaria in the United Kingdom for 145 British Pounds.
Second World War officer's greatcoat, pertaining to Lieutenant Harold James ATKINS who was born on the 16th of April, 1919 at Millthorpe in New South Wales. According to the World War Two Nominal Roll, Harold James ATKINS served in the AMF (Australian Military Force or Militia) under the service number of N37220 prior to joining the AIF. His service number then changed to NX135184. The army style greatcoat was beautifully tailored by Peapes Sydney and date of manufacture is stamped the 27/03/1943. It is in near mint condition. This great coat is not for general sale and will only be made available to the descendants of Harold James ATKINS upon strict proof of relationship. NOTE: Image is an example only and not the real great coat on issue to Harold James ATKINS.
Set of Pattern 08/15 (Pattern 1915) leather ammunition carriers. These carriers were manufactured during the First World War by the Commonwealth Government Harness Factory (CGHF) but re-issued during the Second World War to Corporal Edward Dominic THOMPSON. Born on the 18th of August 1916 in Bangalow, New South Wales; Edward Dominic THOMPSON served with the 2/2nd Infantry Battalion. According to the World War Two Nominal Roll, Edward enlisted into the Second AIF on the 6th of June, 1941. His next of kin was Patricia Thompson. These leather ammunition carriers were more than likely issued to Edward during initial training and would have been utilised with other Pattern 08/15 leather webbing. It was not used for overseas AIF service during the Second World War. This set has the service number of Edward Dominic THOMPSON, NX21609 written on the reverse using indelible pencil. They are not for general sale and will only be returned to a descendant of Edward Dominic THOMPSON upon strict proof of relationship. NOTE: Image is an example only and is not the actual item. Actual item consists of a pair of Pattern 1915 Ammunition carriers (left and right) in used but supple condition.
First World War Discharge Certificate pertaining to Private Arthur MELLOR who possibly served with the 6th Machine Gun Company (not confirmed) during the Great War. Arthur MELLOR was born in Manchester, England. According to the First World War Embarkation Roll, he boarded HMAT Anchises (A68) at Sydney on the 24th of August 1916. At this tiem, he was a reinforcement for the 1st Anzac Cyclist Battalion. This piece of militaria was offered for sale on the open market, but failed to sell on the 30th of August, 2011. If this war memorabilia is still for sale, could the current owner please contact the Medals Gone Missing Administrator.
First World War photograph of Driver Charles William SCHULZE who served with the 32nd Infantry Battalion, Transport Section. According to the First World War Embarkation Roll, Charles William SCHULZ boarded HMAT Katuna (A13 on the 11th of November, 1915 at Port Adelaide. His next of kin was his Mother, Mrs Mary Sarah Schulze of Paradise, South Australia. This photograph was placed on the open market but failed to sell on the 30th of June, 2011. If this item is still for sale, could the current owner please contact the Medals Gone Missing Administrator.
First World War postcards from Private Percy Hugh Ray GOODWIN to his parents, during the Great War. According to the First World War Embarkation Roll, Percy Hugh Ray GOODWIN left Port Sydney on the 18th of October, 1914 aboard HMAT Afric (A19). The postcard depicts a patriotic scene with motiff "Nous sommes soldats de l'humanite. Les portes-fanions de la liberte". Made in Paris. Inscribed on back by Percy Goodwin to his father. It is dated 3rd of April, 1915. The lettercard - "Republique Francaise - Correspondence Militaire" is dated 1916. It is addressed to Mrs. G.F. Goodwin. Auburn, NSW by her son Percy. These cards were purchased on ebay for $5.70 and will only be returned to a direct descendant upon strict proof of relationship.
Corps/Service:Air Force/Flying Corps
Second World War R.A.A.F. Log Book pertaining to Air Navigator, Flight Sergeant Leslie Charles RYMAN who was born on the 25th of December, 1922 at Strathfield in NSW. Trained in an Avro Anson, this serviceman according to the World War Two Nominal Roll enlisted into the Royal Australian Air Force on the 1st of October, 1943 and discharged on the 3rd of August, 1945 from the 7 Operational Training Unit at Tocumwol. This RAAF log book was placed on the open market but failed to sell on the 30th of April, 2011. If the log book of Leslied Charles RYMAN is still for sale, could the current owner please contact the Medals Gone Missing Administrator.
WHO IS WILLI HUBER? A series of first World War photographs, featuring a German soldier who served during the Great War - by the name of Willi HUBER were purchased from a flea market on the south coast of New South Wales. These photographs (some of which show Willi HUBER and others of battlefield scenes) were contained in a photograph album, but unfortunately the merchant would not sell the entire album and insisted on selling the photographs individually. This meant that only a part of the collection could be purchased by Medals Gone Missing. It is hoped that the descendants of Willi HUBER can be located and the remainder of the photographic collection purchased. The batch of 12 photographs were purchased for $74 AUD from the Dapto Markets on the 19th of June, 2011. If you know any friends or acquaintance by the name HUBER, please enquire as to whether or not Willi HUBER may be a relation. It is possible that one of his descendants immigrated to Australia after the war. PLEASE SEE ARTICLE OF INTEREST - WHO IS WILLI HUBER.