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Fantastic collection, and I agree whit the rest. Probably the best display I have ever seen !

Thanks for sharing !

Kjell

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Fantastic collection, and I agree whit the rest. Probably the best display I have ever seen !

Thanks for sharing !

Kjell

That is truly an awesome collection. I can almost smell the mothballs! It remindss me of my trips to the Western front, in particular our visiting the South African Museum at Delville Wood. It is only surpassed by two museums in the Somme region. Thnks for sharing.

Jay

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An original signature and portrait photograph of Sir Douglas Haig.

What a wonderful collection.

Thanks for taking the trouble to post these lovely photographs, so that the rest of us who would never have a chance at seeing it.

I very small criticism, for when and if you have the time and inclination: Earl Haig's post-nominals are a wee jangled. They should be "KT, GCB, OM, GCVO, KCIE".

Cheers,

James

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WOW!!!!

:love::love: :love:

Edited by ccj

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A magninficent collection. Would put many museums to shame.

Thanks for sharing.

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Thanks to everybody for the positive comments and constructive criticism. I will post part 3 in the near future.

Regards,

Will

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Sorry for my English.

It is an impressive collection when I see these collections give me encouragement to continue with mine which is very small.

Congratulations on your collection;););)

trevi

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BOER WAR AND MILITARY CROSS COLLECTIONS

As with any collection, updates and changes are part of the dynamic process. I am gradually mounting my medal collection in frames and these are the first frames that I have managed to complete.

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BOER WAR MEDAL FRAME

This collection includes the Queen's South Africa Medal and all the 26 various clasps, the King's South Africa Medal, the Queen's Mediterranean Medal, Transport Medal with 2 clasps, Kimberley Star and also the Bronze version of the Queen's South Africa Medal.

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WW1 MILITARY CROSS COLLECTION

Some of the highlights of this collection include a rare MC and Bar group to a South African officer as well as the MC group to an RSM.

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WAR BADGE CERTIFICATE AWARDED TO PTE V. CLAPHAM WITH ORIGINAL 8 SAI BN CLOTH PATCH FOR GERMAN EAST AFRICA

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WW1 SWEETHEART BROOCH COLLECTION

Edited by sabrigade

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EARLY SOUTH AFRICAN POLICE FORCES, SOUTH AFRICAN CONSTABULARY AND BRITISH SOUTH ARICA POLICE SHOWCASE

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