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King's South Africa medal with two clasps

£172.00

The King's South Africa medal was issued to troops who fought in the Boer war on or after 1st January 1902, and who had service of 18 months prior to the end of the war in May 1902.
So, the latest they could have started their service to qualify would have been December 1900 in the reign of Queen Victoria, and therefore they probably also qualified for the Queen's South Africa medal.

The two clasps indicate active service in those two particular years.

This medal was awarded to 9929 W. Anderson of the 1st Scots Guards.

The medal is full size and measures approximately  3.5 cm (1.5") in diameter.
The ribbon is a replacement.

For condition, please study photos.
 


Item: 1G072 -

village militaria and regalia

 

King's South Africa medal with two clasps edge 1G072eKing's South Africa medal with two clasps obverse 1G072aKing's South Africa medal with two clasps obverse ribbonKing's South Africa medal with two clasps reverse 1G072bKing's South Africa medal with two clasps reverse ribbon

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King's South Africa medal with two clasps edge 1G072e
King's South Africa medal with two clasps obverse 1G072a
King's South Africa medal with two clasps obverse ribbon
King's South Africa medal with two clasps reverse 1G072b
King's South Africa medal with two clasps reverse ribbon
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Simon and Helen Main
village militaria and regalia
York
North Yorkshire
01904 411444
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