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Queens South Africa Medal 1899-1902. Silver issue with 3 x clasps 'Natal', 'Orange Free State' & 'Transvaal' (6500 Pte J. Buckley, Scot: Rifles)

Queens South Africa Medal 1899-1902. Silver issue with 3 x clasps 'Natal', 'Orange Free State' & 'Transvaal' (6500 Pte J. Buckley, Scot: Rifles)

Died of Wounds: Lance Corporal John Buckley, 1st Battalion Scottish Rifles (Cameronians) is confirmed as having 'Died of Wounds' in France & Flanders' on 15 January 1916

Medal & clasps verification: The QSA medal and all clasps confirmed as entitled and issued per the respective campaign medal roll. The recipient also served in the Great War, and the medal entitlements and refere... read more

Code: 21881

260.00 GBP

Queens South Africa Medal 1899-1902. Silver issue with 3 x clasps 'Cape Colony', 'Orange Free State' & 'Johannesburg' (6931 Pte. A. Lauder, Vol: Coy K.O. Scot: Bord:)

Queens South Africa Medal 1899-1902. Silver issue with 3 x clasps 'Cape Colony', 'Orange Free State' & 'Johannesburg' (6931 Pte. A. Lauder, Vol: Coy K.O. Scot: Bord:)

Medal & clasps verification: The medal and all 3 x clasps confirmed as entitled per the respective campaign medal roll of the 1st Volunteer Service Company attached to 1st Battalion King's Own Scottish Borderers (reference WO 100/82) that was compiled and signed at Berwick-upon-Tweed, 'on, 31 May 1901. This, the recipients only medal entitlement for the South African War

Alexande... read more

Code: 21880

245.00 GBP

Queens South Africa Medal 1899-1902. Silver issue with 3 x clasps 'Cape Colony', 'Orange Free State' & 'Transvaal' (1110 Pte E. Coyle, R. Irish Rif:)

Queens South Africa Medal 1899-1902. Silver issue with 3 x clasps 'Cape Colony', 'Orange Free State' & 'Transvaal' (1110 Pte E. Coyle, R. Irish Rif:)

Prisoner-of-War: Private Coyle 2nd Battalion Royal Irish Rifles confirmed captured by the Boer enemy at Mostert's Hoek (also shown as Reddersburg) on 3 April 1900. He was released from captivity as Prisoner-of-War at, Waterval, on, 6 June 1900, having spent just over 2 x months as a Prisoner of War

Medal & clasps verification: The medal and all 3 x clasps confirmed as entitled p... read more

Code: 21879

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Queens South Africa Medal 1899-1902. Silver issue with 3 x clasps 'Cape Colony', 'Wittebergen' & 'Belfast' (7847 Pte J. Connolly, Vol: Coy Rl: Irish Regt)

Queens South Africa Medal 1899-1902. Silver issue with 3 x clasps 'Cape Colony', 'Wittebergen' & 'Belfast' (7847 Pte J. Connolly, Vol: Coy Rl: Irish Regt)

Note: Letter 'J' only of forename officially corrected - and exactly as issued

Medal & clasps verification: The medal and all 3 x clasps confirmed as entitled per the respective campaign medal roll of the 1st Volunteer Service Company Royal Irish Regiment (reference WO 100/177) that was compiled and signed at Liverpool, on, 26 June 1901. This was the recipients only medal entitle... read more

Code: 21878

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Queens South Africa Medal 1899-1902. Silver issue with 3 x clasps 'Cape Colony', 'Orange Free State' & 'Transvaal' (4033 Serjt: D. Fraser. 1st Cam'n: Highrs:)

Queens South Africa Medal 1899-1902. Silver issue with 3 x clasps 'Cape Colony', 'Orange Free State' & 'Transvaal' (4033 Serjt: D. Fraser. 1st Cam'n: Highrs:)

Medal & clasps verification: The medal and all 3 x clasps confirmed as entitled per the respective campaign medal roll of 1st Battalion Queen's Own Cameron Highlanders (reference WO 100/204) the roll compiled & signed 'In-the-Field', at, Pretoria, South Africa, on, 12 October 1901. The recipient was additionally entitled to the King's South Africa Medal with 2 x dated clasps (ref WO 100/344)read more

Code: 21877

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Queens South Africa Medal 1899-1902. Silver issue with 4 x clasps 'Cape Colony', 'Orange Free State', 'Johannesburg' & 'Diamond Hill' (3697. Pvte. J. Smith. 17/Lcrs:)

Queens South Africa Medal 1899-1902. Silver issue with 4 x clasps 'Cape Colony', 'Orange Free State', 'Johannesburg' & 'Diamond Hill' (3697. Pvte. J. Smith. 17/Lcrs:)

Died of Disease: Private John Smith, 17th Lancers, is confirmed 'Died-of-Disease' from enteric fever at, Wynburg, South Africa, on, 14 December 1900

Medal & clasps verification: The medal and all 4 x clasps confirmed as entitled per the respective campaign medal roll of the 17th (Duke of Cambridge's Own) Lancers (reference WO 100/118) that was compiled and signed 'In-the-Field' a... read more

Code: 21876

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Queens South Africa Medal 1899-1902. Silver issue with 4 x clasps 'Cape Colony', 'Orange Free State', 'Transvaal' & 'Wittebergen' (4702. Pte. J. McRae. Sea: Highrs: M.I.)

Queens South Africa Medal 1899-1902. Silver issue with 4 x clasps 'Cape Colony', 'Orange Free State', 'Transvaal' & 'Wittebergen' (4702. Pte. J. McRae. Sea: Highrs: M.I.)

Note: The recipient was not entitled to the clasp 'Wittebergen'

Medal & clasps verification: The medal and all 3 x state clasps confirmed as entitled per the respective campaign medal roll of the 1st Battalion Seaforth Highlanders (18th Mounted Infantry) reference WO 100/203 that was compiled and signed 'In-the-Field' at Middelburg, Transvaal, South Africa, on, 25 July 1901. A la... read more

Code: 21875

175.00 GBP

Queens South Africa Medal 1899-1902. Silver issue with 4 x clasps 'Cape Colony', 'Transvaal', 'South Africa 1901', 'South Africa 1902' (31976 Pte. A. Kirkwood.  61st Coy Imp: Yeo:)

Queens South Africa Medal 1899-1902. Silver issue with 4 x clasps 'Cape Colony', 'Transvaal', 'South Africa 1901', 'South Africa 1902' (31976 Pte. A. Kirkwood. 61st Coy Imp: Yeo:)

Note: The medal with 'Pawnbrokers' etched on top right field

Medal & clasps verification: The medal and all 4 x clasps confirmed as entitled per the respective campaign medal roll of 61st (2nd Dublin) Company 17th Battalion Imperial Yeomanry (reference WO 100/127) the roll with remarks 'invalided, 13.02.02

Arthur Kirkwood - an Ulsterman - was the son of Mary Kirkw... read more

Code: 21874

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Queens South Africa Medal 1899-1902. Silver issue with 5 x clasps 'Cape Colony', 'Johannesburg', 'Transvaal', 'Diamond Hill', 'Wittebergen' & 'South Africa 1901' (3930. Pvte. R. Arnold. 17/Lcrs.)

Queens South Africa Medal 1899-1902. Silver issue with 5 x clasps 'Cape Colony', 'Johannesburg', 'Transvaal', 'Diamond Hill', 'Wittebergen' & 'South Africa 1901' (3930. Pvte. R. Arnold. 17/Lcrs.)

Note: Top dated clasp attached by contemporary pins (removeable)

Severely 'Wounded-in-Action': Private Robert Arnold, 17th Lancers, confirmed 'Severely Wounded-in-action' by 'Rifle Gunshot & Shrapnel Wound', (or GSW) at, Strydfontein, South Africa, on, 2 December 1900. So severe were the subsequent effects of the wounds that he subsequently remained 34 days in hospital between 1... read more

Code: 21873

375.00 GBP

Queens South Africa Medal 1899-1902. Silver issue with 5 x clasps 'Cape Colony', 'Johannesburg', 'Diamond Hill', 'Wittebergen' & 'South Africa 1901' (3951. Pvte: C. Linder. 17/Lcrs.)

Queens South Africa Medal 1899-1902. Silver issue with 5 x clasps 'Cape Colony', 'Johannesburg', 'Diamond Hill', 'Wittebergen' & 'South Africa 1901' (3951. Pvte: C. Linder. 17/Lcrs.)

Severely Wounded-in-Action: Private Charles Linder, 17th (Duke of Connaught's Own) Lancers, is confirmed 'Severely wounded-in-action' at Modderfontein, South Africa, on,17 September 1901.

Battle of Modderfontein - The Last Stand of the 17th Lancers: On 17th September 1901, a grievous misfortune overtook a squadron under Major Sandeman. Lord Kitchener's despatch of 8th October 19... read more

Code: 21872

Reserved