Assorted paperwork belonging to Scots Guardsman J.BOYLE 2697368 a POW captured in North Africa and was in an Italian POW Camp then moving to a German one.Duplicate Paybook issued to him in excellent condition as his original was lost in action.Scots Guards Association Book, Clothing Bok 1945,His Dog-Tags,National Registration ID Card, Italian POW Camp Currency,Certificate Of Post War Credit,Motor Car Fuel Ration Book. New Year Card from St. Aloysius College,BirkirKara, Malta.Letter with envelope to his father in Glasgow,Cartoon card featuring Hitler and Roosevelt, Red Cross Greetings Card from Switzerland,Boxed King's Badge, Returning POW'S Information Pamphlet,Elsterhorst POW Hospital Card for his appointment to the Commitee.German Hospital letter and typed letter in English detailing his treatment and convalesence for Pleurisy.Army Letter to his father from the Scots Guards Record Office dated 6th July 1942 detailing that he is missing in action.Two ribbon bars and two tartan flashes for badges. Rarer are his Scots Guards shoulder flashes made in POW camp and another standard issue set. Service chevron red wool on khaki. All aquired from family.
Also available but sold separately on website are his POW Camp belt with assorted badges. ref 2821, Boys brigade medals ref 2080 V.G.C.
From a Scots Guardsman Pte James Boyle who collected these badges while a POW of the Italians and then moved to a German POW Camp.Some rare badges included,Italian Colonial Police Pith Helmet Badge,Polish Cap Badge,Tank Corp,South Wales Borderers,Royal Engineers,Royal Hussars,German Eagle Pith Helmet Decal,Royal Artillery,St John's Ambulance,Australia,South Africa Shoulder titles,Various buttons of Australia,New Zealand,Yorkshire,Scots Guards,95th Rifles,German Coin in pocket. We also have a paperwork collection belonging to same Soldier that has his flashes and Paybook and various POW Literature, this is listed separately ref 2319
Also available but sold separately on website are his Boys brigade medals ref 2080 G.C.
Four medals for the Best Drilled Boy of 235th Glasgow Company,named to Pte J.Boyle for the years 1932,1933,1934,1934-35. All Silver Hallmarked with cornflower blue ribbons on bar. All aquired from family. Also available but sold separately on website are his POW Camp belt with assorted badges. ref 2821, and POW paperwork ref 2319
Death Plaque named to Andrew Johnstone. Very nice brass photo frame trench art decorated with 'Somme' and 'Ancre' to top corners with crown in centre.To bottom 'France' with flowers engraved on both sides.Photograph has the soldier in full uniform,however it is very difficult to determine his regiment as his belt buckle and Plaid brooch are quite small and it is hard to make out the images.
Medals to 2970 PTE . J. SLAVEN ,A&S.H. Also portrait and frame of him in uniform.Portrait and frame of his wife and portrait and frame of his brother. Paybook and identity certificate.There is also a certificate of transfer to reserve on Demobilization to a Alex Forrest of the Royal Scots Fusiliers.This was found in the Paybook.
Defence,39-45,War Medals.Medals and documents to Captain Stanley Thomas Garner.Documents are Soldiers Service Paybook,Officer's Record Of Service Book,Release And Resettlement Book and a photograph of him and his fellow officers.
Please note you will not receive the actual star in the picture as these sell so quickly it is impossible to keep adding and removing them from the site.You will however get one in a similar or better condition.