• 1995 Gallantry  FDC (25p) Signed by 12 George Cross  Holders.

1995 Gallantry  FDC (25p) Signed by 12 George Cross  Holders.

 

2 May 95 London SW1  25p Peace & Freedom St Pauls Catherdal and Seachlight Stamp. Gallantry  FDC

Personally Signed by 12 George Cross  Holders.

Henry  Stevens GC holder Police gun chase Bickley 1958,

Henry Flintoff GC holder C  drove off a bull 1944, 13 Years Old

Mr John Bamford  Geroge Cross holder Colliery Worker aged 15 fire recue 16 Dec 1952. Kenneth Farrow GC holder Cardiff Police  drowning child

Lt Commander Richard ( Dick) Moore GC holder C dealing with 5 unexploded mines in 1940,

Anthony John Gledhill GC  George Cross  Holder, He was serving as a constable in the Metropolitan Police Force at the time. His partner, Constable Terry McFall, won the George Cross for the same action. They were on patrol when they were ordered to chase a car driving the wrong way down a one way street. Fifteen shots were fired at their police car during the ensuing chase. The criminals' car crashed into a lorry and they attacked the police officers, who were trying to arrest them. Both police officers were injured in the confrontation but managed to subdue the men until assistance arrived.

Frederick Fairfax GC George Cross Holder  London police gun chase 1952,

Eynon Hawkins GC holder RN Torpedoed ship rescues  1943,

Carl Walker GC holder Blackpool Police gun chase 1971,

John Rowlands GC holder RAF Bomb disposal 1943.  

Lt John Bridge GC GM* RNVR, HMS Elissa (Messina, Sicily), Bomb and Mine Disposal Section, also Port Clearance. After the death or wounding of an entire bomb disposal party on 23 August 1943 by six depth charges, Lt Bridge and his party, in 28 dives cleared Messina harbour of the remaining 207, including two with unknown firing mechanisms by the 2 September. This was only one day before the assault on Italy, and thus vital to Allied operations. Lt Bridge had already received the GM and Bar. Awarded George Cross, gazetted 20 June 1944

Geoffrey Riley  GC holder , who died on Sunday aged 75, was awarded the George Cross for his courage as a 14-year-old schoolboy in attempting to save an elderly woman from drowning in a flash flood  Details enclosedThe Cover  is in very good condition

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1995 Gallantry FDC (25p) Signed by 12 George Cross Holders.

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