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Auction: 18002 - Orders, Decorations and Medals
Lot: 499

An outstanding Great War M.S.M. and Serbian Bravery Medal group of ten awarded to Corporal M. W. Connor, Simla Rifles, late Oxfordshire & Buckinghamshire Light Infantry and South Lancashire Regiment

1914-15 Star (8503 Pte. M. Connor, S. Lan. R.); British War and Victory Medals, with M.I.D. oak leaf (8503 Pte. M. Connor. S. Lan. R.); War Medal 1939-45; Delhi Durbar 1911 (8503 Pte. M. Connor. S. Lan. R.), regimentally impressed naming; Jubilee 1935; Coronation 1937; Meritorious Service Medal, G.V.R., 1st issue (27755 Pte. M. W. Connor. 1/Oxf: & Buck: L.I.); Volunteer Force Long Service, G.V.R. (Cpl. M. W. Connor, Simla R. (A.F.I.)); Serbia, Kingdom, Oblitch Bravery Medal, silvered bronze, mounted court-style as worn, the last with replacement loop, contact marks overall, nearly very fine, a most unusual and likely unqiue combination of awards (10)

M.S.M. London Gazette 3 March 1919 (Mesopotamia).

Serbia, Oblitch Bravery Medal, Bronze London Gazette 15 February 1917.

Michael W. Connor, a native of Liverpool, served with the South Lancashire Regiment in Mesopotamia from 15 October 1915. He earned the Serbian Bravery Medal in silver - one of 313 such awards for the Great War - before transferring to the Staff of the Oxfordshire & Buckinghamshire Light Infantry. In this capacity he earned a 'mention' for service whilst in Mesopotamia (London Gazette 12 January 1920). He sometime thereafter settled in India and joined the Simla Rifles; sold with copied MIC and confirmation of awards.

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