MEDALS TO THE ROYAL AIR FORCE

Victory Medal 108683 2 A.M. C.B. JEAL. R.A.F.    SOLD 
Copy papers. Charles Benjamin Jeal was born 1884 in Brighton and in 1911 was a carpenter living in Wokingham. He joined the Queen's Regiment but transferred to the Royal Flying Corps in 1917 with the trade carpenter. Posted to 49 Squadron in France. He returned to UK in June 1919 and was discharged from the R.A.F. In 1939 he was living in Farnham and he died in Bathavon, Somerset in 1970.


General Service Medal South Arabia                   
4032378 CPL. T.R. BARNES. R.A.F.
RAF Long Service Good Conduct Medal (QEII)   W4032378 CPL. T.R. BARNES. R.A.F.
Thomas Richard Barnes
Pair: 150
 








Gulf War Medal 16 Jan to 28 Feb 1991     MR B SLADE BAE   200
With box of issue. British Aerospace employees worked in Saudi Arabia during the war and received the medal.








General Service Medal  Near East   4110472 S.A.C. R.C. JAMES  R.A.F.   85 
Service number is from a block allocated from May 1952 at RAF Cardington.






General Service Medal (GVI) Malaya  2231116 ACT.SGT. W.S. ELLIOTT. R.A.F.   65  
Engraved naming. Edge knock on the 'EL' of Elliott.








RAF Long Service Good Condu
ct Medal
(QEII) 
549461 G.J. ALLNUTT. R.A.F.     80
Number block for civilian enlistment before March 1938. LSGC awarded 1961. Would have been entitled to WWII medals.

RAF Long Service Good Conduct Medal (QEII)  567775 H.E. PLUCKNETT. R.A.F.  75
Number block for Halton Apprentice No. 31 entry (1935). LSGC awarded 1953.
Henry E. Pluncknett was born in London in 1918 and died in Ystradgynlais, Powys in 1979. He would have been entitled to WW2 medals.