QSA MEDALS

PHOTOS DESCRIPTION

 

Four: Queen’s South Africa 1899-1902, 3 clasps, Cape Colony, Orange Free State, Transvaal (4969 Pte. J. Gooderham. Norfolk Regt.); King’s South Africa 1901-02, 2 clasps, South Africa 1901, South Africa 1902 (4969 Pte. J. Gooderham. Norfolk Regt.); British War and Victory Medals (3490 Pte. J. Gooderham. M.G.C.) 

Edge bruising and contact marks, therefore good fine or better $695

 

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Three: Queen’s South Africa 1899-1902, 3 clasps, Cape Colony, Orange Free State, Transvaal (28265 Gnr T. R. Coombs. 66th Bty: R.F.A.); King’s South Africa 1901-02, 2 clasps, South Africa 1901, South Africa 1902 (28265 Gnr: T. R. Coombs. R.F.A.); Army L.S. & G.C., G.V.R., 1st issue (28265 Gnr: T. R. Coombs. R.F.A.) 

Footnote

Theodore Robert Coombs enlisted in the Royal Field Artillery in June 1898.

 

Contact marks, therefore nearly very fine or better $695

 

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Four: Queen’s South Africa 1899-1902, 3 clasps, Cape Colony, Transvaal, South Africa 1902 (5240 Pte W. Else. York & Lanc: Regtlast clasp loose on riband; 1914 Star (5240 Pte W. Else. 2/York: & Lanc: R.); British War and Victory Medals (5240 Pte. W. Else. Y. & L. R.)

 

Mounted for wear, light contact marks, generally very fine $795

 

 

Four: Queen’s South Africa 1899-1902, 3 clasps, Orange Free State, Transvaal, South Africa 1902 (3915 Pte G. Tombling. 3rd Hussars.); 1914-15 Star (29291 Pte. G. T. [sic] Tombling. 3rd. Hrs.); British War and Victory Medals (29291 Pte. G. T. Tombling. 3-Hrs.) 

Footnote

George Tombling served during the Great War with the 3rd Hussars in the French theatre of war from 18 October 1915.

 

Worn, therefore good fine or better $585

 

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Three:  Queen’s South Africa 1899-1902, 5 clasps, Cape Colony, Orange Free State, Transvaal, South Africa 1901, South Africa 1902 (6041 Pte. C. Guttridge. Middx: Regt. M.I.); British War and Victory Medals (50538 Pte. C. A. Guttridge. The Queen’s R.) 

Private C. Guttridge, Middlesex Regiment, later Royal West Surrey Regiment, serving with the Mounted Infantry in South Africa


Edge bruising to first, nearly very fine and better $575

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Three: Queen’s South Africa 1899-1902, 2 clasps, Cape Colony, South Africa 1902 (41108 Pte A. Mackie. 177th Coy Imp: Yeo:); British War and Bilingual Victory Medals (Pte A. Mackie. 4th S.A.I.)

 

Alexander Mackie served with the 177th (Fincastle’s Horse) Company, 31st Battalion, Imperial Yeomanry during the Second Boer War. He served during the Great War with the 4th South African Infantry in the French theatre of war from July 1917 (entitled to Silver War Badge). Mackie resided with his wife at 95 Durham Avenue, Salt River, Cape Town.

 

Mounted for display, generally good very fine $495

 

 

Pair: Queen’s South Africa 1899-1902, 2 clasps, Natal, Transvaal (874 Pte C. [sic] Elliott. Durban L.I.); Natal 1906, 1 clasp, 1906 (Tpr: C. E. Elliott, Natal Police.)

 

Both mounted with top riband buckle, very fine $695

 

 

Pair: Queen’s South Africa 1899-1902, 5 clasps, Cape Colony, Orange Free State, Transvaal, South Africa 1901, South Africa 1902 (1707 Tpr: E. C. Holt. S.A.C.); Natal 1906, 1 clasp, 1906 (Cpl: E. C. Holt, Natal Rangers.) 

 

Eric Charles Holt was born in London in 1877 and attested for the South African Constabulary at Westminster on 11 October 1901.

Sold with copied attestation form and medal roll extracts.

 

Minor edge bruising to latter, good very fine $875

 

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PairCorporal A. J. Sharp, Royal Monmouthshire Engineers, late Royal Artillery. India General Service 1854-95, 1 claspHazara 1888 (32595 Gunr., No. 2 By. 1st Bde. Sc. Dn. R.A.); Queen’s South Africa 1899-1902, 5 clasps, Cape Colony, Orange Free State, Transvaal, South Africa 1901, South Africa 1902 (2970 Corpl., Rl. Engineers)

 

Note: Alfred James Sharp was born in Millbrook, Southampton. He joined the Royal Artillery on 6 July 1882, aged 19 years. He initially served in the 1st Brigade Scottish Division R.A., which later became Mountain Artillery. Served in India, September 1883-February 1890 and took part in the Black Mountain Expedition 1888. Sharp was transferred to the Army Reserve in February 1890 and discharged on 5 July 1894. His intended place of residence being given as King Street, Brynmawr. He later joined the Royal Monmouthshire Engineers Militia and served with them in the Second Boer War. With copied R.A. service papers and roll extracts on paper and C.D.

 

Contact marks, nearly very fine $985

 

 

Three: Private A. Amey, Royal West Surrey Regiment India General Service 1895-1902, 1 clasp, Punjab Frontier 1897-98 (3153 Pte. A.Amey 1st. Bn. Ryl. W. Surr: Regt.); Queen’s South Africa 1899-1902, 5 clasps, Tugela Heights, Orange Free State, Relief of Ladysmith, Transvaal, Laing’s Nek (3153 Pte. A. Amey, Rl. Wt. Surrey Regt.); King’s South Africa 1901-02, 2 clasps, South Africa 1901, South Africa 1902 (3153 Pte. A. Amey. The Queen’s)

Nearly very fine $785

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Queen’s South Africa 1899-1902, 4 clasps, Defence of Ladysmith, Orange Free State, Laing’s Nek, Belfast (2462, Sq. S. Maj. W. J. Fatt, 19/Hrs.); King’s South Africa 1901-02, 2 clasps, South Africa 1901, South Africa 1902 (2462, Serjt. W. J. Fatt. 19th. Hussars).

Good Very Fine $595

 

 

Four: Private W. F. Taylor, Northamptonshire Regiment

Queen’s South Africa 1899-1902, 2 clasps, Transvaal, South Africa 1902 (6322 Pte W. Taylor. N’Hampton Regttop lugs filled with retaining rod; 1914 Star (6322 Pte W. F. Taylor. 1/North’n R.); British War and Victory Medals (6322 Pte W. F. Taylor. North’n. R.) 

 

William Taylor served during the Great War with the Northamptonshire Regiment in the French theatre of war from 12 September 1914. He subsequently served with the Norfolk Regiment and the Northumberland Fusiliers.

 

Edge bruise to first, otherwise generally very fine or better $585

 

 

PairActing Serjeant H. L. Fuller, Canadian Engineers, late Imperial Light Horse Queen’s South Africa 1899-1902, 5 clasps, Cape Colony, Orange Free State, Transvaal, South Africa 1901, South Africa 1902 (2906 Tpr., Imp. Lt. Horse); British War Medal 1 (5005 A. Sjt., C.E.) 

 

Note: Harry Laughton Fuller was born in Witton Park, Co. Durham on 5 March 1873. A Labourer by occupation and a member of the 1st Durham Light Infantry Volunteers and a former member of the 3rd Battalion Yorkshire Light Infantry, he attested for the Royal Marines at Portsmouth on 16 October 1892. Latterly serving in South Africa, he was discharged by purchase from the Marines in August 1900. Fuller then enlisted into Brabant’s Horse at Cape Town on 14 November 1900 and was discharged time expired in November 1901. He then enlisted into the Imperial Light Horse at Cape Town in December 1901, being discharged in June 1902. For his services he was awarded the Queen’s medal with no clasp as a Private in the Royal Marines on H.M.S. Monarch (not with lot) and the Queen’s medal with five clasps as a Trooper in the Regiments of Horse. At the time of the Great War he was employed as an Iron Moulder living in London, Ontario. He attested for the Canadian Overseas Expeditionary Force at London on 13 September 1915 and was posted to the Canadian Engineers.

Very fine $475

Pair: Queen’s South Africa 1899-1902, five clasps, “Cape Colony, Orange Free State, South Africa 1901, South Africa 1902 & Transvaal” correctly impressed 2809 3rd CL TPR W. McGILLICUDDY S.A.C. & South African Police Faithfull Service Medal impressed NC2146 (M) 1/C SERGEANT W. S. McGILLICUDDY

Note: The Transvaal clasp is a later attachment and not on his medal roll. Comes with nice period silver miniatures

GD VF $725

Pair : QUEENS SOUTH AFRICA MEDAL 1899 three clasps "CC, T, Wittebergen", KSA two clasps.2573 PTE (DMR on KSA) J. CHIVERS 2ND WILTS REGT

edge bruising, some contact marks, VF $550

 

 

Pair: QUEENS SOUTH AFRICA MEDAL 1899 two clasps "Belfast & Defence of Ladysmith", KSA two clasps.5290 PTE H. MARSLAND MANCHESTER REGT

 VF $675

Pair : QUEENS SOUTH AFRICA MEDAL 1899 three clasps "CC, T, Wittebergen", KSA two clasps.1093 PTE H. HIBBERD 2ND WILTS REGT

Henry Hibberd was born in Tisbury, Wiltshire. A Labourer by occupation and a member of the 3rd Battalion Wiltshire Regiment, he attested for regular service on 9 March 1885, aged 19 years. With them he served in India, March 1886-November 1892. Transferred to the Army Reserve in December 1892, he was recalled to the Colours in January 1900. With the 2nd Battalion he served in South Africa, March 1900-April 1902, being slightly wounded in action at Slabberts Nek on 23 July 1900. With copied service papers.

slight edge bruising, good VF $575

 

Pair : Queen’s South Africa Medal 1899 with one clasp "Cape Colony" and Kings South Africa medal with two clasps “S.A 1901 & S.A. 1902”both medals correctly impressed to 9653 CPL M. MITCHELL. RL. WT. SURREY  REGT (PTE M. MITCHELL THE QUEEN’S ON KSA)

VF $550

 

Pair : QUEENS SOUTH AFRICA MEDAL 1899 three clasps " CC,OFS,T". KINGS SOUTH AFRICA two clasps both impressed 5424 Pte.R.Fletcher. L.N.Lanc.Rgt.

VF $525

 

Pair : QUEENS SOUTH AFRICA MEDAL 1899 one clasp "Transvaal" & KINGS SOUTH AFRICA two clasps both correctly impressed 6667 PTE S. SMITH . SCOT: RIFLES (6667 PTE. F. SMITH ON KSA)

 Note: KSA Roll confirms error as "F. Smith"

VF $550

 

 

Single: King’s South Africa 1901-02, 2 clasps 2693 PTE. G. HOPKINS CHESHIRE REGT 

 

Near EF $155

 

 

Single: QUEENS SOUTH AFRICA MEDAL 1899 five clasps "CC, OFS, T, SA 01, SA 02" Impressed 34906 PTE.J. L. Wright. 53rd COY. IMP. YEO. 

Note: 34906 Private J. L. Wright, 53rd (Royal East Kent) Company, 12th Battalion Imperial Yeomanry (published casualty roll states 11th) was reported ‘missing’ at Olivershoek Pass, 18 September 1901. He later re-joined his unit.

GD VF $385

 

Single: QUEENS SOUTH AFRICA MEDAL 1899 two clasps "CC, SA 02" Impressed 5660 PTE.A. FLETCHER. WORC. REGT. 

GD VF $325

 

 

Single: QUEENS SOUTH AFRICA MEDAL 1899 three clasps "CC, T, Wittebergen" Impressed 1363 PTE. G. GITTENS. WORCESTER; REGT 

GD VF $345

 

 

Single: QUEENS SOUTH AFRICA MEDAL 1899 three clasps "CC, OFS, T" Impressed 6199 PTE S. MILLER. E. YORKSHIRE REGT 

GD VF $325

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Queen’s South Africa 1899-1902, 5 clasps, Cape Colony, Transvaal, Wittebergen, South Africa 1901, South Africa 1902 (2328 Pte. J. Wheeler, 2nd Wilts. Regt.) 

Footnote

2328 Private J. Wheeler, 2nd Battalion Wiltshire Regiment, was one of a number of men of the battalion to be tried and convicted by Court Martial, for receiving stolen goods and drunkenness on duty, 13 April 1901. This conviction was later held to be illegal and was ordered to be erased from the men’s records. An earlier order for their medals to be forfeited was also reversed. With copied roll extracts confirming the above.

 

Edge bruising and contact marks, nearly very fine $385

 

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Queen’s South Africa 1899-1902, 3 clasps, Cape Colony, Orange Free State, Transvaal (2404 Pte. G. Thomson, Gordon Highrs:) 

Footnote

G. Thomson served with the Gordon Highlanders in South Africa during the Boer War, and was additionally entitled to a South Africa 1901 clasp.

 

Minor edge bruising, good very fine $345

 

Single: QUEENS SOUTH AFRICA MEDAL 1899 three clasps : CC,OFS,T." impressed 6199 Pte. S. Miller. E. Yorkshire .Rgt.

VF $345

 

 

Single: QUEENS SOUTH AFRICA MEDAL 1899 four clasps "CC, OFS, SA 01, SA 02" Impressed 2738 PTE J. MOONEY SCOT RIFLES

GD VF $345

Single: QUEENS SOUTH AFRICA MEDAL 1899 three clasps : CC,OFS,T." impressed 488 TPR. C. A. WORSFOLD S.A.C.

Note: Worsfold was a Farrier Sergeant in “A” Division and is noted as having died of Enteric fever at Bloemhof on 20th May 1902. All three bars are confirmed on the medal roll.

 

Edge knock otherwise VF $445

 

Single: QUEENS SOUTH AFRICA MEDAL 1899 two clasps "CC, SA 02" Impressed 39270 PTE. W. WILSON. 140TH IMP: YEO: COY

 

Note: Private Wilson was a member of 140th (Fincastle's Horse) Company. This was part of the second contingent who saw action late in the war against the "Bitter Enders", the Boers who had elected to fight on. Fincastle’s Horse was used as mounted infantry for reconnaissance work, very mobile, fast scouting units and capable of fighting alongside regular army when required.

Good VF $355

 

 

Single: QUEENS SOUTH AFRICA MEDAL 1899 three clasps "CC, SA 01, SA 02" Impressed 292 TPR: W E WALSH TRANSKEI M. R.

 VF $375

 

 

Single: Queen’s South Africa 1899-1902, three clasps “CC, OFS & S. A. 1902” Impressed to 6385 PTE H. SWAIN YORK & LANC: REGT

Good very fine $325

 

 

Single: Queen’s South Africa 1899-1902, two clasps “CC & OFS” impressed to 6400 PTE J. WILSON RL: LANC: REGT

Good very fine $325

 

Single : QUEENS SOUTH AFRICA MEDAL 1899 two clasps "CC & OFS" correctly impressed to 6083 PTE P. MORRIS. LANC: FUS:

NEAR EF $345

 

Single: Queen's South Africa 1899-1902, four clasps "CC, OFS, T & 01" impressed to 6775 PTE F. H. CARWARDINE 43RD COY IMP: YEO:

 

Note: Comes with a photocopy of his service record stating “Wounded in right arm” and further stating the effects of his wounds as “Partial loss of use of arm”. There is also a card that came with the medal that dates the wound and gives the location as follows “severely wounded, Zeerust, 7 Jan 1901.”

Near EF $525

 

 

Single: Queen’s South Africa 1899-1902, 4 clasps, “Cape Colony, Johannesburg, Diamond Hill & Wittebergen” 3291 Pte. R. Ellison, 1st Cam’n. Highrs. 

Nearly extremely fine $445

Single: Queen’s South Africa 1899-1902, 3 clasps, “Cape Colony, Orange Free State & Johannesburg” cavalry style engraved to 3781 Pvte. A. SMITH. 7. Dn. Gds.

Near EF $375

 

Single: Queen’s South Africa 1899-1902, 3 clasps, “Cape Colony, Orange Free State & Johannesburg” correctly impressed to 5972 PTE M. FARRELL S. WALES BORD. 

Gd VF $360

 

single: Queen’s South Africa 1899-1902, 3 clasps, “Cape Colony, Wittebergen & Transvaal” 5212 PTE. W. BADGER, STAFFORD REGT.

 

Slight edge bruising, very fine $425

 

 

Single: Queen's South Africa 1899-1902, three clasps "CC, OFS, T" correctly impressed to 28686 CORPL: C. P. O’REILLY 8TH COY IMP: YEO:

Note: Medal roll states discharged 19th December 1901 medically unfit. Also entitled to 1901 clasp

VF $345

 

Single: Queen's South Africa 1899-1902, four clasps "CC, OFS, 01 & 02" impressed "3261 2ND CL. TPR. G. MCGIBBON S.A.C."

Well-worn around the naming but still eligible otherwise VF $350

 

 

Single: Queen's South Africa 1899-1902, three clasps "CC, OFS, T" impressed "1149 3rd CL: TPR: A. FORD. S. A. C.”

Note: Medal roll shows he is entitled to the clasps “S.A.1901 & 02” and that he died on the 10th January 1902. Further research required.

VF+ $425

 

 

Single : QUEENS SOUTH AFRICA MEDAL 1899 two clasps "CC, SA02" correctly impressed to 8422 CORPL: J DANIELS GREN: GDS:

VF $275

 

 

Single : QUEENS SOUTH AFRICA MEDAL 1899 two clasps "T, SA02" correctly impressed to 6720 PTE J. THOMPSON RL SCOTS FUS.

EF $325

 

 

Single : QUEENS SOUTH AFRICA MEDAL 1899 three clasps "T, SA01, SA02" correctly impressed to 7200 PTE J. DUDGEON GORDON HIGHRS

GD VF $345

 

 

Single : QUEENS SOUTH AFRICA MEDAL 1899 four clasps "CC, OFS, T, SA01" correctly impressed to 5482 PTE A. WALKER WILTS: REGT

 Note: Deceased 15th February 1901 on roll

GD VF $350

 

 

Single : QUEENS SOUTH AFRICA MEDAL 1899 five clasps "CC, OFS, T, 01, 02" impressed 20560 CORPL: E. MUMMERY 33RD COY IMP YEO

Records show that Cpl Mummery died of disease (11 Imp. Yeo)

 

Near EF $445

 

Single :QUEENS SOUTH AFRICA MEDAL 1899 three clasps " CC, SA 01, SA 02" Impressed  4853 Pte.J.G.Banes , 12th Lancers. 

GD VF $425

Single : QUEENS SOUTH AFRICA MEDAL 1899 three clasps "CC,OFS,T" Impressed 3922 Pte.J.Barrett.14th Hussars

VF $345 

 

Single : QUEENS SOUTH AFRICA MEDAL 1899 six clasps "CC, T. Hgts, OFS, R of Lady, LNEK, BELFAST" impressed 881 TPR. H. Vercueil. S. A. LT. Horse

With Roll.

Gd VF $650

 

Single : QUEENS SOUTH AFRICA MEDAL 1899 four clasps " CC,OFS,T,SA 01" Impressed  3217 Pte.H. Sordy. 14th Coy. 5th Imp.Yeo.

EF $345

Single :QUEENS SOUTH AFRICA MEDAL 1899 three clasps "CC. T. WITT."  Impressed 79472 Cpl.S:S:  H.G.Whitehead. 77Bty. R.F.A.

VF $325

Single : QUEENS SOUTH AFRICA MEDAL 1899 two clasps"OFS.SA 02" Impressed 4431 Pte. G. Preston. S.STAFF.Rgt. 

Gd VF $325

Single : QUEENS SOUTH AFRICA MEDAL 1899 two clasps : "CC,OFS'.1512 Serjt. J. Ferrin. Rl. Irish Rif.

Gd VF $ 365 

Single : QUEENS SOUTH AFRICA MEDAL 1899 two clasps " CC, SA 02".  impressed 4819 Pte.S.Bowles. Lincon Rgt.

VF $345 

Single : QUEENS SOUTH AFRICA MEDAL 1899 two clasps : " CC,OFS" impressed 6864 Sgt.J.Clarke.S.Lanc. Rgt.

VF $325 

Single : QUEENS SOUTH AFRICA MEDAL 1899 two clasps " CC,OFS".  impressed 3404 Sgt. J.Madden.Rl.Lanc Rgt.

VF $325 

Single :QUEENS SOUTH AFRICA MEDAL 1899 one clasp "CC"   impressed 3587 Pte.C.Cookson. Rl.Warwick Rgt.

VF $285

Single :QUEENS SOUTH AFRICA MEDAL 1899 five clasps " CC,OFS, T, SA01, SA02" impressed 5354 Pte.W.Eldridge. Rifle Brigade.

GD VF $350

Single :QUEENS SOUTH AFRICA MEDAL 1899 three clasps " CC, T, WITT." impressed  2235 Pte. A.Noyce. 2nd Wilts.Rgt.

near EF $345