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1914 Trio with "Mons Clasp"
To: 4852 L. CPL. J. Powell 16/LRS - War and Victory
To: L-4852 PTE. J. Powell 16-LRS Plus Old Contemptibles Badge and 16/5L Badge. 2 Photos of
D.C.M , War and Victory plus Memorial plaque to Lance Corporal Arthur Ambrose,1/6th Battalion Seaforth Highlanders .D.C.M for Gallantry north of Locon ,France 9th-11th April 1918. K.I.A between 20th -26th July 1918 aged 22 years.
1914/15 Trio plus Memorial plaque to his brother Gunner John Ambrose Casualty 21st August 1918 aged 24 years
Watercolour on card of German Submarine U20 arriving at Wilhelmshaven May 20th 1915 , not framed size approx 11.50" by 8.50".
Watercolour en grisaille on board of Horse Lines, it is attributed to Major Robert Humphrey Feilden who suffered gassing on the Western Front in 1917 and later emigrated to British Columbia. signed Humphrey Feilding. Size approx 15" by 10.50" not framed.
Watercolour on paper depicting the Battle of Jutland signed by artist Dorke-Ozar and dated 1916. Not framed size approx 15" by 9.75".
Colin Campbell Cooper (1856-1937 Santa Barbara CA)
Portrait of a A.E.F. Soldier signed lower right. Colin Campbell Copper. Oil on canvas laid on board 22"H x 18"W:
Provenance: Private Collection Ventura CA Condition Visual: General good condition A 1.5" x 2.25" area of scattered scratches with minor paint loss upper right. Minor frame abrasion along four edges. A small fleck of paint loss around soldiers right eye. Blacklight: No evidence of restoration under blacklight.
Debretts Peerage Knightage & Companionage 1915. Handy for researching Titled Officers of WW1.Please see photos for Condition .
The Tank Corps by Major William- Ellis, M.C. and A. William-Ellis .First Edition 1919. History of the Tank in WW1. Please see photos for condition.
Portmouth and The Great War published by the Evening News and Hampshire Telegraph Company 1919. Containing the Roll of Honour for Portsmouth.See photos for condition.
The Ypres Salient by Michael Scott. A guide to the Cemeteries and Memorials of the Salient
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