Rhodesian Bush War & Modern African Conflicts

Rhodesian Bush War & Modern African Conflicts

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Rhodesian Bush War & Modern African Conflicts

Rhodesian Bush War & Modern African Conflicts

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RHODESIAN BUSH WAR & MODERN AFRICAN CONFLICTS AUCTION

A militaria specialty auction centered on selling wartime memorabilia from the Rhodesian Bush War and Modern African Conflicts. The sale offers scarce militaria and related items pertaining to the Rhodesian Bush War.

Included in the auction is the Dublin Trust Collection: These remembrance items represent visitation and wartime trophies acquired through his direct involvement in the so-called "Bush Wars" in Southern Africa, more than six years in the Middle-East Conflicts, and concluding with the "Contra Wars" in Central America. The Trustee of The Dublin Trust Collection began a relationship with the Department of Defense (DOD) in 1964, leaving it in 1989. He continued service on numerous military committees as an advisor, up to "Desert Shield" where he served as a group member of the DOD "reserve affairs" committee which, based on needs and readiness, determined the Reserve and National Guard units that were available for service in "Desert Shield", later...
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REGIMENTAL BADGES OF THE RHODESIAN ARMY CASE

Lot # 70001 (Sale Order: 1 of 342)      

REGIMENTAL BADGES OF THE RHODESIAN ARMY CASE | Presentation Case of The Regimental Badges of The Rhodesian Army. Embossed Leather covered case with dark green velvet background and engraved copper plaque. Original UDI Period Badges. | Provenance | The Dublin Trust Collection: Personal effects of a U.S. Citizen, who arrived in the United States in 1945, shortly after his birth. These remembrance items represent visitation and wartime trophies acquired through his direct involvement in the so-called "Bush Wars" in Southern Africa, more than six years in the Middle-East Conflicts, and concluding with the "Contra Wars" in Central America. The Trustee of The Dublin Trust Collection began a relationship with the Department of Defense (DOD) in 1964, leaving it in 1989. He continued service on numerous military committees as an advisor, up to "Desert Shield" where he served as a group member of the DOD "reserve affairs" committee which, based on needs and readiness, determined the Reserve and National Guard units that were available for service in "Desert Shield", later becoming "Desert Storm." Additionally, he served as a liaison officer with the IDF, seeing the 1973 Yom Kippur War and the 1982 Invasion of Lebanon. He qualified as an Israeli paratrooper and was invited to jump with Israeli COS Rafuel Eitan on his last jump (before Eitan's retirement). He holds at least ten (10) foreign jump wings. The Trustee of the Dublin Trust Collection is now retired, living in a small NW American community. Search this catalog for “Dublin" to view all the lots in this auction related to the collection. | Size: 12" x 12" | Condition: Very good. Light wear and small scratches on the case. | Est. $100 - 300...more

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RHODESIAN BUSH WAR SELOUS SCOUTS BERET BADGES LOT

Lot # 70002 (Sale Order: 2 of 342)      

RHODESIAN BUSH WAR SELOUS SCOUTS BERET BADGES LOT | Lot of 3 Officer & Enlisted Man / NCO's Rhodesian Bush War Selous Scouts Beret badges. One Maker Marked "Reuteler". | Provenance | The Dublin Trust Collection: Personal effects of a U.S. Citizen, who arrived in the United States in 1945, shortly after his birth. These remembrance items represent visitation and wartime trophies acquired through his direct involvement in the so-called "Bush Wars" in Southern Africa, more than six years in the Middle-East Conflicts, and concluding with the "Contra Wars" in Central America. The Trustee of The Dublin Trust Collection began a relationship with the Department of Defense (DOD) in 1964, leaving it in 1989. He continued service on numerous military committees as an advisor, up to "Desert Shield" where he served as a group member of the DOD "reserve affairs" committee which, based on needs and readiness, determined the Reserve and National Guard units that were available for service in "Desert Shield", later becoming "Desert Storm." Additionally, he served as a liaison officer with the IDF, seeing the 1973 Yom Kippur War and the 1982 Invasion of Lebanon. He qualified as an Israeli paratrooper and was invited to jump with Israeli COS Rafuel Eitan on his last jump (before Eitan's retirement). He holds at least ten (10) foreign jump wings. The Trustee of the Dublin Trust Collection is now retired, living in a small NW American community. Search this catalog for “Dublin" to view all the lots in this auction related to the collection. | Size: Approx. 32mm x 38mm | Condition: Very good. | Est. $100 - 300...more

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RHODESIAN INTELLIGENCE & INTERNAL AFFAIRS INSIGNIA

Lot # 70003 (Sale Order: 3 of 342)      

RHODESIAN INTELLIGENCE & INTERNAL AFFAIRS INSIGNIA | Lot of 12 Rhodesian insignia. (4) Rhodesian UDI Intelligence Corps Insignia, 3 Collars, 1 Cap Badge. (3) Rhodesia...moren UDI Officer bullion Embroidered Tabs. (1 Air Force). (3) Rhodesian Internal Affairs Badges and Shoulder Tab. (2) British Intelligence Forces cap badges Provenance | The Dublin Trust Collection: Personal effects of a U.S. Citizen, who arrived in the United States in 1945, shortly after his birth. These remembrance items represent visitation and wartime trophies acquired through his direct involvement in the so-called "Bush Wars" in Southern Africa, more than six years in the Middle-East Conflicts, and concluding with the "Contra Wars" in Central America. The Trustee of The Dublin Trust Collection began a relationship with the Department of Defense (DOD) in 1964, leaving it in 1989. He continued service on numerous military committees as an advisor, up to "Desert Shield" where he served as a group member of the DOD "reserve affairs" committee which, based on needs and readiness, determined the Reserve and National Guard units that were available for service in "Desert Shield", later becoming "Desert Storm." Additionally, he served as a liaison officer with the IDF, seeing the 1973 Yom Kippur War and the 1982 Invasion of Lebanon. He qualified as an Israeli paratrooper and was invited to jump with Israeli COS Rafuel Eitan on his last jump (before Eitan's retirement). He holds at least ten (10) foreign jump wings. The Trustee of the Dublin Trust Collection is now retired, living in a small NW American community. Search this catalog for “Dublin" to view all the lots in this auction related to the collection. | Condition: Very good. | Est. $60 - 120

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RHODESIAN SECURITY FORCES CAP BADGE & COLLAR LOT

Lot # 70004 (Sale Order: 4 of 342)      

RHODESIAN SECURITY FORCES CAP BADGE & COLLAR LOT | Mixed lot of 23 Royal Rhodesian Rhodesian UDI Security Forces Cap Badges & Collar Insignia. (5) RLI Collar Insignia. (3) Guard Force Cap Badges. (2) Royal Rhodesian Regiment cap Badge. (1) Rhodesian UDI regiment Cap Badge. (1) BSAP Cap badge. (1) UDI Air Force Cap Badge. (1) Pair Of UDI military Police Collar. (1) UDI Defense regiment Collar. (1) UDI Defense Unit Collar. (1) UDI Artillery Corps cap badge. (1) Southern Rhodesia General Service Corps Brass Shoulder Title and more. | Provenance | The Dublin Trust Collection: Personal effects of a U.S. Citizen, who arrived in the United States in 1945, shortly after his birth. These remembrance items represent visitation and wartime trophies acquired through his direct involvement in the so-called "Bush Wars" in Southern Africa, more than six years in the Middle-East Conflicts, and concluding with the "Contra Wars" in Central America. The Trustee of The Dublin Trust Collection began a relationship with the Department of Defense (DOD) in 1964, leaving it in 1989. He continued service on numerous military committees as an advisor, up to "Desert Shield" where he served as a group member of the DOD "reserve affairs" committee which, based on needs and readiness, determined the Reserve and National Guard units that were available for service in "Desert Shield", later becoming "Desert Storm." Additionally, he served as a liaison officer with the IDF, seeing the 1973 Yom Kippur War and the 1982 Invasion of Lebanon. He qualified as an Israeli paratrooper and was invited to jump with Israeli COS Rafuel Eitan on his last jump (before Eitan's retirement). He holds at least ten (10) foreign jump wings. The Trustee of the Dublin Trust Collection is now retired, living in a small NW American community. Search this catalog for “Dublin" to view all the lots in this auction related to the collection. | Condition: Very good. | Est. $100 - 300...more

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RHODESIAN AFRICAN RIFLES CAP BADGE & COLLAR LOT

Lot # 70005 (Sale Order: 5 of 342)      

RHODESIAN AFRICAN RIFLES CAP BADGE & COLLAR LOT | Lot of 11 Rhodesian African rifles R.A.R insignia. (4) R.A.R. Cap Badges. (5) R.A.R Collar Insignia. (2) R.A.R. Blackened Brass Shoulder Title. | Provenance | The Dublin Trust Collection: Personal effects of a U.S. Citizen, who arrived in the United States in 1945, shortly after his birth. These remembrance items represent visitation and wartime trophies acquired through his direct involvement in the so-called "Bush Wars" in Southern Africa, more than six years in the Middle-East Conflicts, and concluding with the "Contra Wars" in Central America. The Trustee of The Dublin Trust Collection began a relationship with the Department of Defense (DOD) in 1964, leaving it in 1989. He continued service on numerous military committees as an advisor, up to "Desert Shield" where he served as a group member of the DOD "reserve affairs" committee which, based on needs and readiness, determined the Reserve and National Guard units that were available for service in "Desert Shield", later becoming "Desert Storm." Additionally, he served as a liaison officer with the IDF, seeing the 1973 Yom Kippur War and the 1982 Invasion of Lebanon. He qualified as an Israeli paratrooper and was invited to jump with Israeli COS Rafuel Eitan on his last jump (before Eitan's retirement). He holds at least ten (10) foreign jump wings. The Trustee of the Dublin Trust Collection is now retired, living in a small NW American community. Search this catalog for “Dublin" to view all the lots in this auction related to the collection. | Condition: Very good. | Est. $100 - 200...more

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RHODESIAN DESFENSE FORCES PATCH - WINGS & BADGES

Lot # 70006 (Sale Order: 6 of 342)      

RHODESIAN DESFENSE FORCES PATCH - WINGS & BADGES | Modern Reproduction of Rhodesian Defense Forces patches, Selous Scout Beret Insignia, Wings and more. | Provenance | The Dublin Trust Collection: Personal effects of a U.S. Citizen, who arrived in the United States in 1945, shortly after his birth. These remembrance items represent visitation and wartime trophies acquired through his direct involvement in the so-called "Bush Wars" in Southern Africa, more than six years in the Middle-East Conflicts, and concluding with the "Contra Wars" in Central America. The Trustee of The Dublin Trust Collection began a relationship with the Department of Defense (DOD) in 1964, leaving it in 1989. He continued service on numerous military committees as an advisor, up to "Desert Shield" where he served as a group member of the DOD "reserve affairs" committee which, based on needs and readiness, determined the Reserve and National Guard units that were available for service in "Desert Shield", later becoming "Desert Storm." Additionally, he served as a liaison officer with the IDF, seeing the 1973 Yom Kippur War and the 1982 Invasion of Lebanon. He qualified as an Israeli paratrooper and was invited to jump with Israeli COS Rafuel Eitan on his last jump (before Eitan's retirement). He holds at least ten (10) foreign jump wings. The Trustee of the Dublin Trust Collection is now retired, living in a small NW American community. Search this catalog for “Dublin" to view all the lots in this auction related to the collection. | Condition: Very good. | Est. $50 - 100...more

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RHODESIAN UDI MINIATURE MEDALS PRESENTATION CASE

Lot # 70007 (Sale Order: 7 of 342)      

RHODESIAN UDI MINIATURE MEDALS PRESENTATION CASE | Rhodesian UDI Honors & Awards Miniature Medals in Presentation Case serial number 000471 by Reuteler Mfg, Salisbury. Complete set of 34 Medals in a red leather covered case with the Rhodesia State gilded Insignia in front, the original documents & COA and the shipping cardboard box. | Provenance | The Dublin Trust Collection: Personal effects of a U.S. Citizen, who arrived in the United States in 1945, shortly after his birth. These remembrance items represent visitation and wartime trophies acquired through his direct involvement in the so-called "Bush Wars" in Southern Africa, more than six years in the Middle-East Conflicts, and concluding with the "Contra Wars" in Central America. The Trustee of The Dublin Trust Collection began a relationship with the Department of Defense (DOD) in 1964, leaving it in 1989. He continued service on numerous military committees as an advisor, up to "Desert Shield" where he served as a group member of the DOD "reserve affairs" committee which, based on needs and readiness, determined the Reserve and National Guard units that were available for service in "Desert Shield", later becoming "Desert Storm." Additionally, he served as a liaison officer with the IDF, seeing the 1973 Yom Kippur War and the 1982 Invasion of Lebanon. He qualified as an Israeli paratrooper and was invited to jump with Israeli COS Rafuel Eitan on his last jump (before Eitan's retirement). He holds at least ten (10) foreign jump wings. The Trustee of the Dublin Trust Collection is now retired, living in a small NW American community. Search this catalog for “Dublin" to view all the lots in this auction related to the collection. | Size: Miniature | Condition: Very good. | Est. $200 - 400...more

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RHODESIA / ZIMBABWE BSAP NAMED SERVICE MEDAL BAR

Lot # 70008 (Sale Order: 8 of 342)      

RHODESIA / ZIMBABWE BSAP NAMED SERVICE MEDAL BAR | Rhodesia / Zimbabwe BSAP Long Service Named Medal Bar. Identified to Constable "Sgt Goredema C", all 3 medals; Rhodesian General Service, Rhodesian Long and Exemplary Service & Zimbabwe Independence Medal are stamped on the rim. | Provenance | The Dublin Trust Collection: Personal effects of a U.S. Citizen, who arrived in the United States in 1945, shortly after his birth. These remembrance items represent visitation and wartime trophies acquired through his direct involvement in the so-called "Bush Wars" in Southern Africa, more than six years in the Middle-East Conflicts, and concluding with the "Contra Wars" in Central America. The Trustee of The Dublin Trust Collection began a relationship with the Department of Defense (DOD) in 1964, leaving it in 1989. He continued service on numerous military committees as an advisor, up to "Desert Shield" where he served as a group member of the DOD "reserve affairs" committee which, based on needs and readiness, determined the Reserve and National Guard units that were available for service in "Desert Shield", later becoming "Desert Storm." Additionally, he served as a liaison officer with the IDF, seeing the 1973 Yom Kippur War and the 1982 Invasion of Lebanon. He qualified as an Israeli paratrooper and was invited to jump with Israeli COS Rafuel Eitan on his last jump (before Eitan's retirement). He holds at least ten (10) foreign jump wings. The Trustee of the Dublin Trust Collection is now retired, living in a small NW American community. Search this catalog for “Dublin" to view all the lots in this auction related to the collection. | Size: Full Size | Condition: Very good. | Est. $100 - 300...more

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RHODESIAN UDI POLICE & ARMY MINIATURE MEDALS LOT

Lot # 70009 (Sale Order: 9 of 342)      

RHODESIAN UDI POLICE & ARMY MINIATURE MEDALS LOT | Lot of 3 Rhodesian UDI Miniature Medals. (1) Legion of Merit Miniature Medal, missing the suspension ring and ribbon, size; 19mm x 22mm. (1) Rhodesian UDI Police Long Service & Good Conduct Medal. Size; 18mm x 25mm to top of the suspension bar. (1) Rhodesian UDI police "For Gallantry" Service Medal. Size; 18mm x 25mm to top of the suspension bar. | Provenance | The Dublin Trust Collection: Personal effects of a U.S. Citizen, who arrived in the United States in 1945, shortly after his birth. These remembrance items represent visitation and wartime trophies acquired through his direct involvement in the so-called "Bush Wars" in Southern Africa, more than six years in the Middle-East Conflicts, and concluding with the "Contra Wars" in Central America. The Trustee of The Dublin Trust Collection began a relationship with the Department of Defense (DOD) in 1964, leaving it in 1989. He continued service on numerous military committees as an advisor, up to "Desert Shield" where he served as a group member of the DOD "reserve affairs" committee which, based on needs and readiness, determined the Reserve and National Guard units that were available for service in "Desert Shield", later becoming "Desert Storm." Additionally, he served as a liaison officer with the IDF, seeing the 1973 Yom Kippur War and the 1982 Invasion of Lebanon. He qualified as an Israeli paratrooper and was invited to jump with Israeli COS Rafuel Eitan on his last jump (before Eitan's retirement). He holds at least ten (10) foreign jump wings. The Trustee of the Dublin Trust Collection is now retired, living in a small NW American community. Search this catalog for “Dublin" to view all the lots in this auction related to the collection. | Size: Miniature | Condition: Very good. | Est. $100 - 200...more

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RHODESIAN UDI POLICE CONSPICUOUS GALLANTRY MEDALS

Lot # 70010 (Sale Order: 10 of 342)      

RHODESIAN UDI POLICE CONSPICUOUS GALLANTRY MEDALS | Rhodesian UDI police, Conspicuous Gallantry Full Size & Miniature Medal Set. | Provenance | The Dublin Trust Collection: Personal effects of a U.S. Citizen, who arrived in the United States in 1945, shortly after his birth. These remembrance items represent visitation and wartime trophies acquired through his direct involvement in the so-called "Bush Wars" in Southern Africa, more than six years in the Middle-East Conflicts, and concluding with the "Contra Wars" in Central America. The Trustee of The Dublin Trust Collection began a relationship with the Department of Defense (DOD) in 1964, leaving it in 1989. He continued service on numerous military committees as an advisor, up to "Desert Shield" where he served as a group member of the DOD "reserve affairs" committee which, based on needs and readiness, determined the Reserve and National Guard units that were available for service in "Desert Shield", later becoming "Desert Storm." Additionally, he served as a liaison officer with the IDF, seeing the 1973 Yom Kippur War and the 1982 Invasion of Lebanon. He qualified as an Israeli paratrooper and was invited to jump with Israeli COS Rafuel Eitan on his last jump (before Eitan's retirement). He holds at least ten (10) foreign jump wings. The Trustee of the Dublin Trust Collection is now retired, living in a small NW American community. Search this catalog for “Dublin" to view all the lots in this auction related to the collection. | Size: Full Size & Miniature | Condition: Very good. | Est. $200 - 500...more

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RHODESIA UDI DEFENSE CROSS & LEGION OF MERIT MEDAL

Lot # 70011 (Sale Order: 11 of 342)      

RHODESIA UDI DEFENSE CROSS & LEGION OF MERIT MEDAL | Lot of 2 Rhodesian UDI Full Size Medals. (1) Rhodesia UDI Legion of Merit. (1) Rhodesia UDI Defense Cross Distinguished Service. Re-strike (stamped collectors set 22). | Provenance | The Dublin Trust Collection: Personal effects of a U.S. Citizen, who arrived in the United States in 1945, shortly after his birth. These remembrance items represent visitation and wartime trophies acquired through his direct involvement in the so-called "Bush Wars" in Southern Africa, more than six years in the Middle-East Conflicts, and concluding with the "Contra Wars" in Central America. The Trustee of The Dublin Trust Collection began a relationship with the Department of Defense (DOD) in 1964, leaving it in 1989. He continued service on numerous military committees as an advisor, up to "Desert Shield" where he served as a group member of the DOD "reserve affairs" committee which, based on needs and readiness, determined the Reserve and National Guard units that were available for service in "Desert Shield", later becoming "Desert Storm." Additionally, he served as a liaison officer with the IDF, seeing the 1973 Yom Kippur War and the 1982 Invasion of Lebanon. He qualified as an Israeli paratrooper and was invited to jump with Israeli COS Rafuel Eitan on his last jump (before Eitan's retirement). He holds at least ten (10) foreign jump wings. The Trustee of the Dublin Trust Collection is now retired, living in a small NW American community. Search this catalog for “Dublin" to view all the lots in this auction related to the collection. | Size: Full Size | Condition: Very good. | Est. $100 - 200...more

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RHODESIAN UDI DISTINGUISHED DEFENSE CROSS MEDALS

Lot # 70012 (Sale Order: 12 of 342)      

RHODESIAN UDI DISTINGUISHED DEFENSE CROSS MEDALS | Rhodesia UDI Distinguished Defense Service Cross, Full Size & Miniature Medal set. | Provenance | The Dublin Trust Collection: Personal effects of a U.S. Citizen, who arrived in the United States in 1945, shortly after his birth. These remembrance items represent visitation and wartime trophies acquired through his direct involvement in the so-called "Bush Wars" in Southern Africa, more than six years in the Middle-East Conflicts, and concluding with the "Contra Wars" in Central America. The Trustee of The Dublin Trust Collection began a relationship with the Department of Defense (DOD) in 1964, leaving it in 1989. He continued service on numerous military committees as an advisor, up to "Desert Shield" where he served as a group member of the DOD "reserve affairs" committee which, based on needs and readiness, determined the Reserve and National Guard units that were available for service in "Desert Shield", later becoming "Desert Storm." Additionally, he served as a liaison officer with the IDF, seeing the 1973 Yom Kippur War and the 1982 Invasion of Lebanon. He qualified as an Israeli paratrooper and was invited to jump with Israeli COS Rafuel Eitan on his last jump (before Eitan's retirement). He holds at least ten (10) foreign jump wings. The Trustee of the Dublin Trust Collection is now retired, living in a small NW American community. Search this catalog for “Dublin" to view all the lots in this auction related to the collection. | Size: Full Size & Miniature | Condition: Very good. | Est. $100 - 300...more

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RHODESIAN UDI BRONZE CROSS MEDAL SET

Lot # 70013 (Sale Order: 13 of 342)      

RHODESIAN UDI BRONZE CROSS MEDAL SET | Rhodesia UDI Bronze Cross Full Size & miniature Medal Set. | Provenance | The Dublin Trust Collection: Personal effects of a U.S. Citizen, who arrived in the United States in 1945, shortly after his birth. These remembrance items represent visitation and wartime trophies acquired through his direct involvement in the so-called "Bush Wars" in Southern Africa, more than six years in the Middle-East Conflicts, and concluding with the "Contra Wars" in Central America. The Trustee of The Dublin Trust Collection began a relationship with the Department of Defense (DOD) in 1964, leaving it in 1989. He continued service on numerous military committees as an advisor, up to "Desert Shield" where he served as a group member of the DOD "reserve affairs" committee which, based on needs and readiness, determined the Reserve and National Guard units that were available for service in "Desert Shield", later becoming "Desert Storm." Additionally, he served as a liaison officer with the IDF, seeing the 1973 Yom Kippur War and the 1982 Invasion of Lebanon. He qualified as an Israeli paratrooper and was invited to jump with Israeli COS Rafuel Eitan on his last jump (before Eitan's retirement). He holds at least ten (10) foreign jump wings. The Trustee of the Dublin Trust Collection is now retired, living in a small NW American community. Search this catalog for “Dublin" to view all the lots in this auction related to the collection. | Size: Full Size & Miniature | Condition: Very good. | Est. $150 - 300...more

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RHODESIAN UDI GRAND CROSS OF VALOR MEDAL SET

Lot # 70014 (Sale Order: 14 of 342)      

RHODESIAN UDI GRAND CROSS OF VALOR MEDAL SET | Rhodesia UDI Grand Cross of valor Full Size & Miniature Medal Set. | Provenance | The Dublin Trust Collection: Personal effects of a U.S. Citizen, who arrived in the United States in 1945, shortly after his birth. These remembrance items represent visitation and wartime trophies acquired through his direct involvement in the so-called "Bush Wars" in Southern Africa, more than six years in the Middle-East Conflicts, and concluding with the "Contra Wars" in Central America. The Trustee of The Dublin Trust Collection began a relationship with the Department of Defense (DOD) in 1964, leaving it in 1989. He continued service on numerous military committees as an advisor, up to "Desert Shield" where he served as a group member of the DOD "reserve affairs" committee which, based on needs and readiness, determined the Reserve and National Guard units that were available for service in "Desert Shield", later becoming "Desert Storm." Additionally, he served as a liaison officer with the IDF, seeing the 1973 Yom Kippur War and the 1982 Invasion of Lebanon. He qualified as an Israeli paratrooper and was invited to jump with Israeli COS Rafuel Eitan on his last jump (before Eitan's retirement). He holds at least ten (10) foreign jump wings. The Trustee of the Dublin Trust Collection is now retired, living in a small NW American community. Search this catalog for “Dublin" to view all the lots in this auction related to the collection. | Size: Full Size & Miniature | Condition: Very good. | Est. $200 - 500...more

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RHODESIAN UDI CONSPICUOUS GALLANTRY MEDAL SET

Lot # 70015 (Sale Order: 15 of 342)      

RHODESIAN UDI CONSPICUOUS GALLANTRY MEDAL SET | Rhodesia UDI Conspicuous Gallantry Full Size & 2 Miniatures Medal Set. | Provenance | The Dublin Trust Collection: Personal effects of a U.S. Citizen, who arrived in the United States in 1945, shortly after his birth. These remembrance items represent visitation and wartime trophies acquired through his direct involvement in the so-called "Bush Wars" in Southern Africa, more than six years in the Middle-East Conflicts, and concluding with the "Contra Wars" in Central America. The Trustee of The Dublin Trust Collection began a relationship with the Department of Defense (DOD) in 1964, leaving it in 1989. He continued service on numerous military committees as an advisor, up to "Desert Shield" where he served as a group member of the DOD "reserve affairs" committee which, based on needs and readiness, determined the Reserve and National Guard units that were available for service in "Desert Shield", later becoming "Desert Storm." Additionally, he served as a liaison officer with the IDF, seeing the 1973 Yom Kippur War and the 1982 Invasion of Lebanon. He qualified as an Israeli paratrooper and was invited to jump with Israeli COS Rafuel Eitan on his last jump (before Eitan's retirement). He holds at least ten (10) foreign jump wings. The Trustee of the Dublin Trust Collection is now retired, living in a small NW American community. Search this catalog for “Dublin" to view all the lots in this auction related to the collection. | Size: Full Size & Miniatures | Condition: Very good. | Est. $200 - 500...more

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RHODESIAN UDI LEGION OF MERIT MEDAL SET

Lot # 70016 (Sale Order: 16 of 342)      

RHODESIAN UDI LEGION OF MERIT MEDAL SET | Rhodesia UDI Legion of Merit Full Size & Miniature Medal Set. | Provenance | The Dublin Trust Collection: Personal effects of a U.S. Citizen, who arrived in the United States in 1945, shortly after his birth. These remembrance items represent visitation and wartime trophies acquired through his direct involvement in the so-called "Bush Wars" in Southern Africa, more than six years in the Middle-East Conflicts, and concluding with the "Contra Wars" in Central America. The Trustee of The Dublin Trust Collection began a relationship with the Department of Defense (DOD) in 1964, leaving it in 1989. He continued service on numerous military committees as an advisor, up to "Desert Shield" where he served as a group member of the DOD "reserve affairs" committee which, based on needs and readiness, determined the Reserve and National Guard units that were available for service in "Desert Shield", later becoming "Desert Storm." Additionally, he served as a liaison officer with the IDF, seeing the 1973 Yom Kippur War and the 1982 Invasion of Lebanon. He qualified as an Israeli paratrooper and was invited to jump with Israeli COS Rafuel Eitan on his last jump (before Eitan's retirement). He holds at least ten (10) foreign jump wings. The Trustee of the Dublin Trust Collection is now retired, living in a small NW American community. Search this catalog for “Dublin" to view all the lots in this auction related to the collection. | Size: Full Size & Miniature | Condition: Very good. | Est. $100 - 200...more

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RHODESIAN UDI LEGION OF MERIT MEDAL SET

Lot # 70017 (Sale Order: 17 of 342)      

RHODESIAN UDI LEGION OF MERIT MEDAL SET | Rhodesia UDI Legion of Merit Full Size & Miniature Medal Set. | Provenance | The Dublin Trust Collection: Personal effects of a U.S. Citizen, who arrived in the United States in 1945, shortly after his birth. These remembrance items represent visitation and wartime trophies acquired through his direct involvement in the so-called "Bush Wars" in Southern Africa, more than six years in the Middle-East Conflicts, and concluding with the "Contra Wars" in Central America. The Trustee of The Dublin Trust Collection began a relationship with the Department of Defense (DOD) in 1964, leaving it in 1989. He continued service on numerous military committees as an advisor, up to "Desert Shield" where he served as a group member of the DOD "reserve affairs" committee which, based on needs and readiness, determined the Reserve and National Guard units that were available for service in "Desert Shield", later becoming "Desert Storm." Additionally, he served as a liaison officer with the IDF, seeing the 1973 Yom Kippur War and the 1982 Invasion of Lebanon. He qualified as an Israeli paratrooper and was invited to jump with Israeli COS Rafuel Eitan on his last jump (before Eitan's retirement). He holds at least ten (10) foreign jump wings. The Trustee of the Dublin Trust Collection is now retired, living in a small NW American community. Search this catalog for “Dublin" to view all the lots in this auction related to the collection. | Size: Full Size & Miniature | Condition: Very good. | Est. $100 - 200...more

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RHODESIAN UDI GENERAL SERVICE NAMED MEDAL LOT

Lot # 70018 (Sale Order: 18 of 342)      

RHODESIAN UDI GENERAL SERVICE NAMED MEDAL LOT | Lot of 2 Rhodesia UDI General Service Named Medals. (1) Engraved on the rim "PR109632 SMN A. Solomon". (1) Engraved on the rim "34421RFN M.H. Trakoshis". | Provenance | The Dublin Trust Collection: Personal effects of a U.S. Citizen, who arrived in the United States in 1945, shortly after his birth. These remembrance items represent visitation and wartime trophies acquired through his direct involvement in the so-called "Bush Wars" in Southern Africa, more than six years in the Middle-East Conflicts, and concluding with the "Contra Wars" in Central America. The Trustee of The Dublin Trust Collection began a relationship with the Department of Defense (DOD) in 1964, leaving it in 1989. He continued service on numerous military committees as an advisor, up to "Desert Shield" where he served as a group member of the DOD "reserve affairs" committee which, based on needs and readiness, determined the Reserve and National Guard units that were available for service in "Desert Shield", later becoming "Desert Storm." Additionally, he served as a liaison officer with the IDF, seeing the 1973 Yom Kippur War and the 1982 Invasion of Lebanon. He qualified as an Israeli paratrooper and was invited to jump with Israeli COS Rafuel Eitan on his last jump (before Eitan's retirement). He holds at least ten (10) foreign jump wings. The Trustee of the Dublin Trust Collection is now retired, living in a small NW American community. Search this catalog for “Dublin" to view all the lots in this auction related to the collection. | Size: Full Size | Condition: Very good. | Est. $60 - 120...more

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RHODESIAN UDI GENERAL SERVICE NAMED MEDALS SET

Lot # 70019 (Sale Order: 19 of 342)      

RHODESIAN UDI GENERAL SERVICE NAMED MEDALS SET | Rhodesia UDI General Service Named Full Size & Miniature Medals Set. The Full size is engraved "102218 VDT G.J. Broad" on the rim. Unnamed miniature. | Provenance | The Dublin Trust Collection: Personal effects of a U.S. Citizen, who arrived in the United States in 1945, shortly after his birth. These remembrance items represent visitation and wartime trophies acquired through his direct involvement in the so-called "Bush Wars" in Southern Africa, more than six years in the Middle-East Conflicts, and concluding with the "Contra Wars" in Central America. The Trustee of The Dublin Trust Collection began a relationship with the Department of Defense (DOD) in 1964, leaving it in 1989. He continued service on numerous military committees as an advisor, up to "Desert Shield" where he served as a group member of the DOD "reserve affairs" committee which, based on needs and readiness, determined the Reserve and National Guard units that were available for service in "Desert Shield", later becoming "Desert Storm." Additionally, he served as a liaison officer with the IDF, seeing the 1973 Yom Kippur War and the 1982 Invasion of Lebanon. He qualified as an Israeli paratrooper and was invited to jump with Israeli COS Rafuel Eitan on his last jump (before Eitan's retirement). He holds at least ten (10) foreign jump wings. The Trustee of the Dublin Trust Collection is now retired, living in a small NW American community. Search this catalog for “Dublin" to view all the lots in this auction related to the collection. | Size: Full Size & Miniature | Condition: Very good. | Est. $60 - 120...more

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RHODESIAN UDI GENERAL SERVICE NAMED MEDAL LOT

Lot # 70020 (Sale Order: 20 of 342)      

RHODESIAN UDI GENERAL SERVICE NAMED MEDAL LOT | Lot of 2 Rhodesia UDI General Service Named Medals. (1) Engraved on the rim "PR92636 T/CPL A.R Lawry". (1) Engraved on the rim "PR97249 A/SGT Blignaut R.N". | Provenance | The Dublin Trust Collection: Personal effects of a U.S. Citizen, who arrived in the United States in 1945, shortly after his birth. These remembrance items represent visitation and wartime trophies acquired through his direct involvement in the so-called "Bush Wars" in Southern Africa, more than six years in the Middle-East Conflicts, and concluding with the "Contra Wars" in Central America. The Trustee of The Dublin Trust Collection began a relationship with the Department of Defense (DOD) in 1964, leaving it in 1989. He continued service on numerous military committees as an advisor, up to "Desert Shield" where he served as a group member of the DOD "reserve affairs" committee which, based on needs and readiness, determined the Reserve and National Guard units that were available for service in "Desert Shield", later becoming "Desert Storm." Additionally, he served as a liaison officer with the IDF, seeing the 1973 Yom Kippur War and the 1982 Invasion of Lebanon. He qualified as an Israeli paratrooper and was invited to jump with Israeli COS Rafuel Eitan on his last jump (before Eitan's retirement). He holds at least ten (10) foreign jump wings. The Trustee of the Dublin Trust Collection is now retired, living in a small NW American community. Search this catalog for “Dublin" to view all the lots in this auction related to the collection. | Size: Full Size | Condition: Very good. | Est. $60 - 120...more

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RHODESIAN UDI DISTRICT SERVICE NAMED MEDAL LOT

Lot # 70021 (Sale Order: 21 of 342)      

RHODESIAN UDI DISTRICT SERVICE NAMED MEDAL LOT | Rhodesia UDI District Service Named Medals. (1) Rim engraved "D.S.A Sibanda T.D". (1) Rim engraved "D.S.A. .Hamano N....more" Provenance | The Dublin Trust Collection: Personal effects of a U.S. Citizen, who arrived in the United States in 1945, shortly after his birth. These remembrance items represent visitation and wartime trophies acquired through his direct involvement in the so-called "Bush Wars" in Southern Africa, more than six years in the Middle-East Conflicts, and concluding with the "Contra Wars" in Central America. The Trustee of The Dublin Trust Collection began a relationship with the Department of Defense (DOD) in 1964, leaving it in 1989. He continued service on numerous military committees as an advisor, up to "Desert Shield" where he served as a group member of the DOD "reserve affairs" committee which, based on needs and readiness, determined the Reserve and National Guard units that were available for service in "Desert Shield", later becoming "Desert Storm." Additionally, he served as a liaison officer with the IDF, seeing the 1973 Yom Kippur War and the 1982 Invasion of Lebanon. He qualified as an Israeli paratrooper and was invited to jump with Israeli COS Rafuel Eitan on his last jump (before Eitan's retirement). He holds at least ten (10) foreign jump wings. The Trustee of the Dublin Trust Collection is now retired, living in a small NW American community. Search this catalog for “Dublin" to view all the lots in this auction related to the collection. | Size: Full Size | Condition: Very good. | Est. $60 - 120

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RHODESIAN UDI GENERAL SERVICE NAMED MEDAL LOT

Lot # 70022 (Sale Order: 22 of 342)      

RHODESIAN UDI GENERAL SERVICE NAMED MEDAL LOT | Lot of 2 Rhodesia UDI General Service Named Medals. (1) Engraved on the rim "651364 PTE W. Ruzive". (1) Engraved on the rim "14685 CONST. Mahoho". | Provenance | The Dublin Trust Collection: Personal effects of a U.S. Citizen, who arrived in the United States in 1945, shortly after his birth. These remembrance items represent visitation and wartime trophies acquired through his direct involvement in the so-called "Bush Wars" in Southern Africa, more than six years in the Middle-East Conflicts, and concluding with the "Contra Wars" in Central America. The Trustee of The Dublin Trust Collection began a relationship with the Department of Defense (DOD) in 1964, leaving it in 1989. He continued service on numerous military committees as an advisor, up to "Desert Shield" where he served as a group member of the DOD "reserve affairs" committee which, based on needs and readiness, determined the Reserve and National Guard units that were available for service in "Desert Shield", later becoming "Desert Storm." Additionally, he served as a liaison officer with the IDF, seeing the 1973 Yom Kippur War and the 1982 Invasion of Lebanon. He qualified as an Israeli paratrooper and was invited to jump with Israeli COS Rafuel Eitan on his last jump (before Eitan's retirement). He holds at least ten (10) foreign jump wings. The Trustee of the Dublin Trust Collection is now retired, living in a small NW American community. Search this catalog for “Dublin" to view all the lots in this auction related to the collection. | Size: Full Size | Condition: Very good. | Est. $60 - 120...more

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RHODESIAN SELOUS SCOUTS - RLI - BSAP BULLION PATCH

Lot # 70023 (Sale Order: 23 of 342)      

RHODESIAN SELOUS SCOUTS - RLI - BSAP BULLION PATCH | Lot of 3 Large Rhodesian UDI, Heavy Bullion Embroidered on Felt patches. (1) Selous Scouts 4.5" x 5". (1) Rhodesian Light Infantry RLI 3.5" x 3.5". (1) Rhodesian BSAP 4.5" x 5". | Provenance | The Dublin Trust Collection: Personal effects of a U.S. Citizen, who arrived in the United States in 1945, shortly after his birth. These remembrance items represent visitation and wartime trophies acquired through his direct involvement in the so-called "Bush Wars" in Southern Africa, more than six years in the Middle-East Conflicts, and concluding with the "Contra Wars" in Central America. The Trustee of The Dublin Trust Collection began a relationship with the Department of Defense (DOD) in 1964, leaving it in 1989. He continued service on numerous military committees as an advisor, up to "Desert Shield" where he served as a group member of the DOD "reserve affairs" committee which, based on needs and readiness, determined the Reserve and National Guard units that were available for service in "Desert Shield", later becoming "Desert Storm." Additionally, he served as a liaison officer with the IDF, seeing the 1973 Yom Kippur War and the 1982 Invasion of Lebanon. He qualified as an Israeli paratrooper and was invited to jump with Israeli COS Rafuel Eitan on his last jump (before Eitan's retirement). He holds at least ten (10) foreign jump wings. The Trustee of the Dublin Trust Collection is now retired, living in a small NW American community. Search this catalog for “Dublin" to view all the lots in this auction related to the collection. | Condition: Very good. | Est. $60 - 120...more

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RHODESIAN BUSH WAR SHOULDER PATCH & INSIGNIA LOT

Lot # 70024 (Sale Order: 24 of 342)      

RHODESIAN BUSH WAR SHOULDER PATCH & INSIGNIA LOT | Mixed lot of 18 Rhodesian UDI Bush War Shoulder patches and insignia. (4) Multiple patterns of Rhodesian Army shoulder patches. (3) Multiple patterns of Rhodesian Army 1st Brigade Shoulder Patches. (1) Rhodesian Army 2nd Brigade Shoulder Patch. (1) Rhodesian Army 3rd Brigade Shoulder Patch. (1) Rhodesian 2nd Bat. Guard Force Shoulder Patch. (2) Rhodesian Army Auxiliary Forces Shoulder Patch. (2) Rhodesian "Army" Field Shirt Tabs. (1) Rhodesian S.A.S. Jump Wings. (3) Singles BSAP Shoulder boards. | Provenance | The Dublin Trust Collection: Personal effects of a U.S. Citizen, who arrived in the United States in 1945, shortly after his birth. These remembrance items represent visitation and wartime trophies acquired through his direct involvement in the so-called "Bush Wars" in Southern Africa, more than six years in the Middle-East Conflicts, and concluding with the "Contra Wars" in Central America. The Trustee of The Dublin Trust Collection began a relationship with the Department of Defense (DOD) in 1964, leaving it in 1989. He continued service on numerous military committees as an advisor, up to "Desert Shield" where he served as a group member of the DOD "reserve affairs" committee which, based on needs and readiness, determined the Reserve and National Guard units that were available for service in "Desert Shield", later becoming "Desert Storm." Additionally, he served as a liaison officer with the IDF, seeing the 1973 Yom Kippur War and the 1982 Invasion of Lebanon. He qualified as an Israeli paratrooper and was invited to jump with Israeli COS Rafuel Eitan on his last jump (before Eitan's retirement). He holds at least ten (10) foreign jump wings. The Trustee of the Dublin Trust Collection is now retired, living in a small NW American community. Search this catalog for “Dublin" to view all the lots in this auction related to the collection. | Condition: Very good. | Est. $100 - 200...more

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RHODESIAN UDI REGIMENTAL INSIGNIA DISPLAY CARDS

Lot # 70025 (Sale Order: 25 of 342)      

RHODESIAN UDI REGIMENTAL INSIGNIA DISPLAY CARDS | Rhodesian UDI Regimental Insignia. Original Period insignia displayed on a 3' x 3" cardboard card covered with a unit matching piece of stable belt. Representing 13 branches of the Rhodesian Security Forces; SAS, RLI, RAR, Gray Scouts, MP, Medical C., Artillery C., Intelligence C., Armored C., Army Service C., Staff & Woman Service C., Engineers & Signal Corps. | Provenance | The Dublin Trust Collection: Personal effects of a U.S. Citizen, who arrived in the United States in 1945, shortly after his birth. These remembrance items represent visitation and wartime trophies acquired through his direct involvement in the so-called "Bush Wars" in Southern Africa, more than six years in the Middle-East Conflicts, and concluding with the "Contra Wars" in Central America. The Trustee of The Dublin Trust Collection began a relationship with the Department of Defense (DOD) in 1964, leaving it in 1989. He continued service on numerous military committees as an advisor, up to "Desert Shield" where he served as a group member of the DOD "reserve affairs" committee which, based on needs and readiness, determined the Reserve and National Guard units that were available for service in "Desert Shield", later becoming "Desert Storm." Additionally, he served as a liaison officer with the IDF, seeing the 1973 Yom Kippur War and the 1982 Invasion of Lebanon. He qualified as an Israeli paratrooper and was invited to jump with Israeli COS Rafuel Eitan on his last jump (before Eitan's retirement). He holds at least ten (10) foreign jump wings. The Trustee of the Dublin Trust Collection is now retired, living in a small NW American community. Search this catalog for “Dublin" to view all the lots in this auction related to the collection. | Size: 3" x 3" Approx. | Condition: Very good. | Est. $80 - 150...more

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