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PostSubject: N/5 Killed at Isandlwana   Tue Jul 20, 2010 7:23 pm

Now this rare, a Zulu medal named to an N/5 Isandlwana casualty:

http://www.noble.com.au/auctions/browse_cat.php?sale=94&sort=lot%20ASC&results=15&img=y&category=4336

(Its about 5 or 6 down)

Lot 4251 SOUTH AFRICA MEDAL 1879, - clasp - 1877-8-9. 2721 Corp W.Cooper N/5th Bde R.A. Engraved. Extremely fine and rare.

Estimate $10,000 AUD


You dont see this every day!

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PostSubject: Re: N/5 Killed at Isandlwana   Tue Jul 20, 2010 8:30 pm

Hi Mons14

A very nice medal which as you state "You dont see this every day!"

I bet 90th will be checking his pennies now to see if he can bid :lol!:

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PostSubject: N/5 KIA Isandlwana.   Wed Jul 21, 2010 5:52 am

hi Mons14 .
You are certainly right , you dont see a medal like that every day , but I am sure the 10 , 000 AUD is something
that certainly wont be seen , add the 16.5 % premium and I think I could find one less expensive .
cheers 90th.
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PostSubject: N/5 KIA Isandlwana.   Fri Jul 30, 2010 6:30 am

Hi all.
Hammer price 11, 000 AUD, would like to say it was me but alas it wasnt Suspect .
cheers 90th.
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