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Military Cross Medal Group. Lieut.Fisher. Middlesex Regiment.

Military Cross Medal Group. Lieut.Fisher. Middlesex Regiment.
Military Cross Medal Group. Lieut.Fisher. Middlesex Regiment.
Military Cross Medal Group. Lieut.Fisher. Middlesex Regiment.
Military Cross Medal Group. Lieut.Fisher. Middlesex Regiment.
Military Cross Medal Group. Lieut.Fisher. Middlesex Regiment.
Military Cross Medal Group. Lieut.Fisher. Middlesex Regiment.
Military Cross Medal Group. Lieut.Fisher. Middlesex Regiment.
Military Cross Medal Group. Lieut.Fisher. Middlesex Regiment.

Military Cross Medal Group. Lieut.Fisher. Middlesex Regiment.

Lieutenant Fisher, was wounded by a

shrapnel ball...and awarded the Military Cross for his

'conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty.'

 

A group of British medals for sale with the Military Cross decoration. The  Military Cross Medal group to Lieutenant Herbert William Fisher, Middlesex Regiment.

The medal group includes four British Medals, plus a single 1914-18 Freemason's Medal.

Military Cross (7.3.1918)
1914-15 Star (Pte.Fisher, Middelsex Regt.)
War Medal (Lieut Fisher)
Victory Medal (Lieut Fisher)
1914-18 Silver Masonic Medal inscribed: Bro H.W.Fisher No.1871. Silver Hallmarked.

The group of four medals mounted to a bar for wear.

The Masonic Medal unmounted and complete with blue ribbon.

Condition report: The medals in excellent overall condition. Original silk ribbons, old mounting. The Masonic Medal in excellent near to mint condition.

Notes: Fisher joined the 2/7th Bn.Middlesex Regt, serving with them in Gibraltar in 1915. On 23rd July he transferred to 1/7th Bn, and was moved to France. Commissioned on 25.4.1917, Lieutenant Fisher took part in the unit's action at Westhoek (Ypes Salient),  generally known as The Battle of Langemarck.

Fisher was wounded  by a shrapnel ball in the right thigh at The Battle of Langemarck where  he was in charge of an observation party attached to an assaulting battalion. He followed the infantry closely in the attack, and twice went to the most forward position under heavy fire, and brought back information of utmost value. He was wounded during the last of these observation-runs and awarded the Military Cross for his 'conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty.'

Additional notes: Large file of copied research papers with this group.




Price:

1,750.00

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