Fri, 10th Dec 2021 11:00

Medals, Militaria & Country Pursuits

Lot 222

Sold for £820

Lot details

A father and son group of medals to include 1897 Jubilee, 1902 Coronation, 1897 Metropolitan Police Jubilee, 1902 Metropolitan Police Coronation, naming P.C. F. KERRISON. A. DIV. and 1911 Metropolitan Police Coronation, P.C. F. KERRISON, with medal ribbon bar and retirement certificate for Frederick Edward Kerrison joined 29th July 1889 and retired 28th September 1919, together with a WW I trio to include 1914-15 Star, British War and Victory, naming 1751 PTE. F.R.J. KERRISON. NORF. R.

1751 Private Frederick Robert J. Kerrison was killed in action 21/08/1915 Gallipoli.


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