HMAS Sydney- SMS Emden Medal Nov 9 1914 in conjunction with a nephrite commemorative fob - $9,500 #120648
The mounted Mexican Silver Dollar was produced by Sydney jeweller W. Kerr and the Nephrite Fob is of New Zealand manufacture but unattributed.
Gallipoli 9ct Gold Presentation Fob 1915 - ' HE HEARD HIS COUNTRY'S CALL' - $1,250 #121524
The impression 'GALLIPOLI, 1915' has been unusually removed from the front of the fob perhaps indicating that the recipient never got to serve in that campaign.
World War I Ephemera including the signature of William Jackson V.C. - $2,950 #121288
An interesting collection of souvenirs,invitations, programs and event ribbons pertaining to World War I. The collection includes a pressed leaf with a painted inscription 'Gaba Tepe 1915' , which alludes to an Anzac connection. (The landing at Anzac Cove at Gallipoli on the 25th April, 1915 is also known as the landing at Gaba Tepe).

Also in the collection is a cardboard replica of a Victoria Cross bearing the hesitant left-hand signature of (John) William Jackson (his right arm was blown off in the action for which he was awarded the VC). Jackson was at eighteen years of age, Australia's youngest recipient of the medal in World War I. He had survived the Gallipoli Campaign before serving on the Western Front where he was awarded the VC for conspicuous bravery.

Jackson had initially been awarded a (D)istinguished (C)onduct (M)edal which was then upgraded to a (V)ictoria (C)ross for the same action, but in a bureaucratic error he was not notified of the cancellation of the DCM until several years after the war during which time he had wrongly signed his name W. Jackson V.C. DCM (as it appears on the VC replica)

The items were accumulated by Mary Josephine Meagher a member of the Executive Committee for the 1919 Victory Celebrations.
Hay Internment Camp One Shilling - $29,500 #120804
Virtually Uncirculated but with a light bankers fold.
Hay Internment Camp Two Shillings - $27,500 #120803
Mendel/ Stahl
Virtually Uncirculated.
Internment Camps Five Shillings - $11,500 #120723
Choice Uncirculated with even mint bloom.

Currency in Australian and New Zealand Internment Camps

Rare this nice