1st Royal Dragoons / Army Service Corps Boer War / WW1 / WW2 Group of Six Medals.
Awarded to Corporal Frederick Leverett, a veteran of the Boer War, a Remount Special, Old Contemptible of the Army Service Corps and a Home Guard soldier of WW2. Comprising: Queen's South Africa Medal, three clasps 'Cape Colony', 'Orange Free State', 'Transvaal' '4699 PTE 1ST R.L DRAGOONS', King's South Africa Medal, two clasps 'South Africa 1901', 'South Africa 1902', (RENAMED), 1914 Star, 'RTS-2131 PTE A.S.C', British War Medal, Victory Medal 'CPL ASC', Defence Medal (unnamed as issued). Medals loose. Ribbon absent
Estimate: (£200 - £300)
Corporal Frederick Leverett is entitled to the King's South Africa Medal and landed in France with the Army Service Corps on the 26th September 1914. The vendor has supplied information that indicates in 1939 he was living at Hackney and served with the local Home Guard. This is not confirmed by Bosleys.