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PostSubject: Very Rare Medal .   Fri May 20, 2011 2:24 am

Hi all .
A medal dealer with whom I've had dealings has asked me if anyone would be interested to Purchase a very , very rare
British South Africa Company's Medal for ' Matabeleland 1893 ' to a Trooper of Salisbury Horse who was killed in action in the
Shanghai Pass December 4Th 1893 , Medal is Extremely fine and verified with much research , asking price around 7, 000 Pds.
I think this battle was mentioned in one of the threads on our site not that long ago . If interested contact me by the priv Mssge
service and I will give you his contact details . Another member of this Forum has also dealt with this seller previously and said
he was most helpful and I can wholeheartedly back this up .
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