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PostSubject: ZULU WAR medal 1879 100% Genuine   Wed Feb 03, 2010 11:09 pm

ZULU WAR medal 1879 100% Genuine


Here we have a nice example of the RARE Zulu War Medal 1879, This medal is correctly named to: 835 CORPL. T. ELLIOTT. 88TH FOOT (88th Foot = The Conaught Rangers) The medal is in excellent condition with good definition, originally bought from Raymond Holdich Medals. I would say it's in NEF (nearly extremely fine) condition. Please look at my other items for sale as I am selling my entire collection of over 200 medals in the next few months. DUE TO MASSIVE demand if you would like to see my entire collection, which will be coming up for sale please goto: www.rsmedals.synthasite.com & www.rsmedals2.synthasite.com

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PostSubject: Re: ZULU WAR medal 1879 100% Genuine   Fri Feb 05, 2010 7:26 am

I wonder what's up with this medal. It always seem to be up for sale. No sooner is it sold, its up for sale again.
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