Note: A Particularly Interesting K.C.B., C.M.G., C.V.0. Group of Eleven to Admiral Sir Alfred Winsloe, Royal Navy latterly Commander-in-Chief in China who saw Extensive Active Service on the African Continent between 1882 and 1902 (a) The Most Honourable Order of the Bath Knight Commander's (K.C.B.) set of insignia Military Division neck Badge silver gilt and enamel breast Star silver silver gilt and enamel applique centre in Garrard London case of issue (b) The Most Distinguished Order of St. Michael and St. George Companions (C.M.G.) breast Badge silver gilt and enamel with swivel ring suspension and riband buckle in Garrard London damaged case of issue (c) The Royal Victorian Order Commander (C.V.O.) neck Badge silver gilt and enamel reverse numbered 'C15', in Collingwoods London damaged case of issue (d) Egypt dated one clasp Tel-el-Kebir lt Comdr., R.N., HMS Helicon) (e) East and West Africa one clasp Witu 1890 (Commr., R.N., HMS Brisk) (f) Queens South Africa one clasp Cape Colony capt R.N., HMS Niobe) (g) jubilee 1897 (h) Coronation 1902 (i) Coronation 1911 Khedive's Star 1882 slight contact wear very fine or better mounted as worn in the 'old-style', with a fine set of related dress miniatures excluding Order of the Bath (21
Date: 19 OCT 2014
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