First War Naval Group to SIG. BOY. Williamson
1914-15 Star (J. 33719, H.W. WILLIAMSON, SIG. BOY., R.N.); British War Medal (J. 33719 H.W. WILLIAMSON. SIG. R.N.); Victory Medal (J. 33719 H.W. WILLIAMSON. SIG. R.N.); Defence Medal (unnamed); War Medal 1939-1945 (unnamed); and Imperial Service Medal (HAROLD WALKER WILLIAMSON). Naming is officially impressed on the WWI trio and the ISM. Crisp detail, polished, unmounted, light contact, near extremely fine. Accompanied by a copy of his WWI naval service record, three original cardboard shipping containers for the medals and a black and white photograph of Williamson in uniform. Footnote: Harold Walker Williamson was a Signal Boy during WWI, serving with HMS Impregnable and Ganges between 1916 and 1918. Post-war, he was placed at HMS Victory in December 1919, later seeing service with HMS Iron Duke, Queen Elizabeth, King Orry, Dido and Calcutta, as part of the Royal Naval Reserve. In addition, he was recalled for WWII Service. As a member of the civil service, he was awarded his ISM while a Post Office Inspector in Coventry, on April 24, 1951.