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QUEEN and KING SOUTH AFRICA MEDALS

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I had always wanted some of these for my collection. Now seemed the correct time. The one thing that makes the QSA medals so "collectible" is the vast array of combinations of campaign bars available.

1. QUEENS SOUTH AFRICA MEDAL - Script Engraved to:

27529. Sapr. T. SHEPLEY. R.E.

Obverse:

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Closeup of the Bars:

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Closeup of the Medal Obverse:

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Closeup of the Medal Reverse:

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Photocopy of the Medal Roll:

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2. KINGS SOUTH AFRICA MEDAL - Block Letter Stamped to:

3185 PTE. G. HARTLEY. NORTH'D FUS.

Obverse:

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Closeup of the Bars:

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Closeup of the Medal Obverse:

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Closeup of Medal Reverse:

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Block Letter Stamping 1:

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Block Letter Stamping 2:

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Block Letter Stamping 3:

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Another one to add later ;)

Thanks for looking.

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Here is another one that came in today.

Named to 3991 CORPL.J. STEVENS. WILTSHIRE REGT.

Came with 4 pages of research.

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