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Lot location
Lewes, East Sussex
Victory medal (R.L. Hannah, I.E, Tel. Dept - Indian Engineers Telegraph Dept), VF (little staining to obv); Pair: GSM 1918, EIIR issue, 1 clasp Brunei; GSM 1964, 1 clasp Borneo (R5028922 Sgt R G Hannah RAF). VF Ronald Grenville Hannah enlisted 1955. See lot 281 for family medal. (3) £100-200
Antique Arms & Militaria
Venue address
West Street Auction Galleries
Lewes, East Sussex
United Kingdom
Antique Arms & Militaria

Auction dates
Apr 26, 2022 10:30 AM BST
Lots: 1-355
Viewing dates
Apr 21, 2022 09:30 AM - 04:30 PM BST
Apr 22, 2022 09:30 AM - 04:30 PM BST
Apr 25, 2022 09:30 AM - 04:30 PM BST
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Grades of Condition


Excellent - Virtually original state.

VGC - (Very Good Condition) a fine item.

GC - (Good Condition) a sound item.

QGC - (Quite Good Condition) some wear and/or damage.

FC - (Fair Condition) much wear and/or damage, or parts missing.

POOR - Items seldom catalogued in this state unless rarity or historical value makes them nevertheless worthy of collection.

AF - (At Fault or As Found)

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Unc Uncirculated

EF Extremely Fine

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F Fine

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G Good


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