Five: THE MOST EXCELLENT ORDER OF THE BRITISH EMPIRE, 1st issue, C.B.E., (Civil) Commander’s neck badge, silver-gilt and enamel: THE MOST EXCELLENT ORDER OF THE BRITISH EMPIRE, 1st issue, O.B.E., (Civil) breast badge: Egypt Kingdom, ORDER OF THE NILE, 3rd Class neck badge, silver, silver-gilt and enamel: Ottoman Empire, ORDER OF MEDJIDIE, 3rd Class neck badge, silver, silver-gilt and enamel: Egypt Khedivate JUDGE’S BADGE OF OFFICE 115mm x 85mm, silver, silver-gilt.
(All above unnamed as issued).
Together with dress miniatures for the C.B.E., O.B.E., Order of the Nile and Order of Medjidie plus original bestowal documents for awards.
O.B.E., L.G. 30/3/1920
C.B.E., L.G. 24/3/1922
Order of the Nile., L.G. 7/8/1917
Order of Medjidie., L.G.14/4/1914
The lot is accompanied by letters, photographs and other ephemera relating to A.C. McBarnet, also Robes of Office, Judges Wig in tin box with gilt letting A. Cockburn McBarnet, leather Hat Box, Collar Box, etc.
Alexander Cockburn McBarnet son of Lt.-Col. A.C. McBarnet 79th Highlanders, Born: 6th December 1867, educated at Fettes College, Edinburgh and Balliol College, Oxford. Barrister-at-Law, Inner Temple. Judge of First Instance Assiout, Egypt 1906; Judge Native Court of Appeal, Egypt 1913; Legal Member Permanent Arbitration Board, Egypt 1914; Lt-Col. (Temp and Local) Major-general Shear’s Southern Punitive Force, Egypt, 1919; Palins Special Commission to Palestine, 1920; President Permanent Arbitration Board, Egypt, 1920; Special Arbitrator between H.M. War Office and Egyptian State Railways, 1922.
Died: Egypt 5th February 1934.