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Crimea Medal 1854-56, bar, 'Sebastopol', officially impressed naming (Driver Alexr. Bailey, Royl.Artly.); Army Long Service & Good Conduct Medal, Victoria, small letter reverse, scroll suspender, officially impressed naming (387 Driver A.Bailey, 25th.Bde.,RA.); Turkish Crimea Medal 1855, Sardinian reverse, unnamed as issued, fitted swivelling post and ring suspender : ( ALEXANDER BAILEY - Born around 1834 near Ballymena, County Antrim, Ireland, a Labourer by trade on the day he attested at Dublin for the Royal Artillery, 21 May 1855 : Initially posted to 9 Battery as a Gunner and Driver but subsequently served with numerous other Batteries prior to joining 3 Battery as a Driver from 1 November 1858 : To 14 Brigade from 1 May 1859 and 11 Brigade from 1 January 1860 : Re-engaged from 1 January 1867, transferred to 16 Brigade on 1 January 1874 and finally to 25 Brigade from 1 March 1876 : He served in the Crimea for ten months and in India for a total of eight years, five months : Discharged on 26 September 1876, then having completed 21 years, 129 days service : His intended place of residence was stated as being Sandrock Road, Tunbridge Wells.) : Sold with verification and copy Service Papers : Some contact marks and edge bruising to British Crimea, with slight loss of naming to unit at 3 o'clock thus about GF : Turkish Crimea Medal GVF : Army LS&GC. Medal NEF - £595