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Militaria For Sale

This page displays all of the militaria (not including medals) that have been listed by a seller.

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Name
Serial No. Unit No.
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W.HUBER

W.HUBER


Corps/Service:Infantry

Country: Germany
WHO IS WILLI HUBER? A series of first World War photographs, featuring a German soldier who served during the Great War - by the name of Willi HUBER were purchased from a flea market on the south coast of New South Wales. These photographs (some of which show Willi HUBER and others of battlefield scenes) were contained in a photograph album, but unfortunately the merchant would not sell the entire album and insisted on selling the photographs individually. This meant that only a part of the collection could be purchased by Medals Gone Missing. It is hoped that the descendants of Willi HUBER can be located and the remainder of the photographic collection purchased. The batch of 12 photographs were purchased for $74 AUD from the Dapto Markets on the 19th of June, 2011. If you know any friends or acquaintance by the name HUBER, please enquire as to whether or not Willi HUBER may be a relation. It is possible that one of his descendants immigrated to Australia after the war. PLEASE SEE ARTICLE OF INTEREST - WHO IS WILLI HUBER.
W.HUBER

W.HUBER


Corps/Service:Infantry

Country: Germany
WHO IS WILLI HUBER? A series of first World War photographs, featuring a German soldier who served during the Great War - by the name of Willi HUBER were purchased from a flea market on the south coast of New South Wales. These photographs (some of which show Willi HUBER and others of battlefield scenes) were contained in a photograph album, but unfortunately the merchant would not sell the entire album and insisted on selling the photographs individually. This meant that only a part of the collection could be purchased by Medals Gone Missing. It is hoped that the descendants of Willi HUBER can be located and the remainder of the photographic collection purchased. The batch of 12 photographs were purchased for $74 AUD from the Dapto Markets on the 19th of June, 2011. If you know any friends or acquaintance by the name HUBER, please enquire as to whether or not Willi HUBER may be a relation. It is possible that one of his descendants immigrated to Australia after the war. PLEASE SEE ARTICLE OF INTEREST - WHO IS WILLI HUBER.
W.HUBER

W.HUBER


Corps/Service:Infantry

Country: Germany
WHO IS WILLI HUBER? A series of first World War photographs, featuring a German soldier who served during the Great War - by the name of Willi HUBER were purchased from a flea market on the south coast of New South Wales. These photographs (some of which show Willi HUBER and others of battlefield scenes) were contained in a photograph album, but unfortunately the merchant would not sell the entire album and insisted on selling the photographs individually. This meant that only a part of the collection could be purchased by Medals Gone Missing. It is hoped that the descendants of Willi HUBER can be located and the remainder of the photographic collection purchased. The batch of 12 photographs were purchased for $74 AUD from the Dapto Markets on the 19th of June, 2011. If you know any friends or acquaintance by the name HUBER, please enquire as to whether or not Willi HUBER may be a relation. It is possible that one of his descendants immigrated to Australia after the war. PLEASE SEE ARTICLE OF INTEREST - WHO IS WILLI HUBER.
W.HUBER

W.HUBER


Corps/Service:
Country: Germany
WHO IS WILLI HUBER? A series of first World War photographs, featuring a German soldier who served during the Great War - by the name of Willi HUBER were purchased from a flea market on the south coast of New South Wales. These photographs (some of which show Willi HUBER and others of battlefield scenes) were contained in a photograph album, but unfortunately the merchant would not sell the entire album and insisted on selling the photographs individually. This meant that only a part of the collection could be purchased by Medals Gone Missing. It is hoped that the descendants of Willi HUBER can be located and the remainder of the photographic collection purchased. The batch of 12 photographs were purchased for $74 AUD from the Dapto Markets on the 19th of June, 2011. If you know any friends or acquaintance by the name HUBER, please enquire as to whether or not Willi HUBER may be a relation. It is possible that one of his descendants immigrated to Australia after the war. PLEASE SEE ARTICLE OF INTEREST - WHO IS WILLI HUBER.
J.C.WALSH

J.C.WALSH

Service No:A2216

Corps/Service:Air Force/Flying Corps

Country: Australia
Post World War Two R.A.A.F Dog Tags, issued to J.C. Walsh (Royal Australian Air Firce) Service Number A2216. The dog tags denote that this serviceman was of the Roman Catholic faith, and A Negative Blood Type. These dog tags were offered for sale on the open market on the 11th of April, 2011 but failed to sell. If they are still for sale, could the current owner please contact the Medals Gone Missing Administrator through this website.
M.A.KERSHAW

M.A.KERSHAW

Service No:WF14945
Unit No:2

Corps/Service:Womens Army Service

Country: Australia
Second World War Demobilisation Book, issued to Private Margaret Adamson KERSHAW of the Australian Women's Army Service. According to the World War Two Nominal Roll, this servicewoman was born in Fremantle, Western Australia and enlisted into the A.W.A.S. on the 15th of September, 1943. Margaret KERSHAW discharged on the 25th of October, 1945. Her next of kin was David DONALD. This Demobilisation Book was offered for sale on the open market, but failed to sell on the 17th of April, 2011. If this piece of militaria is still for sale, could the current owner please contact the Medals Gone Missing Administrator through this website.
A.LAURIA

A.LAURIA

Service No:V285732
Unit No:112

Corps/Service:Artillery

Country: Australia
Second World War certificate awarded to Private Albert LAURIA who served with the 112 Light Anti Aircraft Unit in the 1939-1945 War. This certificate was issued by the residents of the Cloverlea, Gainsborough & Darnum District of Victoria as a sign of their appreciation. The Medals Gone Missing Administrator was outbid for this item when it was offered for sale on ebay Australia. According to the World War Two Nominal Roll, Albert LAURIA was born at Melbourne on the 8th of January, 1924 and enlisted into the A.M.F. (Militia) on the 16th of March, 1942. He discharged on the 8th of July, 1942. Albert's next of kin was Santo LAURIA.
V.C.FORBES

V.C.FORBES

Service No:297

Corps/Service:Artillery

Country: Australia
Pre-First World War (or early First World War) photograph/postcard of a man who has signed his name "V. FORBES" on the image. This may in fact be Valentine Cameron FORBES who served with an Artillery Unit before the outbreak of the Great War. This photograph is of a young man who is wearing a militia style uniform. His cap badge on the peaked cap, bears the "flaming bomb" emblem which is associated with a bombadier. The metal shoulder flashes attached to his epaulettes may be the intials 'R.A.A.' which could stand for "Royal Australian Artillery". However the image is not clear and this information is gleaned by way of a magnifying glass. Subsequently this report is not conclusive. A search of Valentine's First World War service record on the National Archives of Australia, indicate that he was currently serving with an Artillery unit at the time of his enlistment into the AIF. Subsequently, this militia style photograph corresponds with his service record. The First World War Embarkation Roll indicates that he left Melbourne on the 17th of July, 1915 aboard HMAT Orsova (A67) as a member of the SAB (Seige Artillery Brigade). Gunner Valentine Cameron FORBES was gassed in France, but survived the war and returned to Australia. The photograph was purchased on ebay during March 2011 and Medals Gone Missing is seeking a relative of Valentine in the hope that his identity can be confirmed and the postcard returned to it's rightful home.
G.GREEN

G.GREEN

Service No:16 Hope Street, Southport England

Corps/Service:
Country: United Kingdom
First World War Postcard sent from a British soldier whose surname obviously was 'GREEN' to his young son, George GREEN of 16 Hope Street, Southport in England. From this name and address, it is hoped that a descendant of Master George Green will make contact with us during research into your family tree. Please see the ARTICLES OF INTEREST regarding a short story, subject of this card.
R.R.GORDON

R.R.GORDON

Service No:5/400346

Corps/Service:
Country: Australia
Pattern 37 cotton webbing, waiste belt in used condition. This belt bears the name R.R. GORDON and a service number of 5/400346 (though I have not been successful in finding this name and number on either the World War Two Nominal Roll, the Korea War Nominal Roll or the National Archives Of Australia. The belt was purchased in November 2010 from ebay for $7.25 AUD. It is NOT FOR GENERAL SALE and will only be sold back to the family of R.R. GORDON upon proof of relationship.
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