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PostSubject: 1750 Pte T. Goss 1/24th Foot    Sun Nov 27, 2011 5:42 pm

His campaign medal is up for auction on 14th december 2011, for anyone with deep pockets.

http://www.warwickandwarwick.com/catalogue/pages/pics.php?id=208193&estimatelow=6000
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PostSubject: Pte. T. Goss & Driv. T. Clarke prices realised .   Sat Dec 31, 2011 11:37 am

Hi Tasker .
Here is the follow up from your earlier post regarding Goss .

http://www.warwickandwarwick.com/pages/medals.htm

cheers 90th .

PS. Have a great new year . Idea
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PostSubject: Re: 1750 Pte T. Goss 1/24th Foot    Sat Dec 31, 2011 1:03 pm

Crikey 90th, I can't believe you bought both of them - wish my pockets were as deep as yours! :lol!:

I am surprised the RA medal didn't realise more - would they not be a lot scarcer?

Happy new year to you too mate, have a good one!
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PostSubject: Pte. T.Goss   Sat Dec 31, 2011 1:48 pm

Hi Tasker .
Sorry to disappoint you mate but I was looking for someone else's medal and came across those two , yes I agree
the R.A was a very good get for the lucky custodian . Been 2012 for 45 mins here and have work tomorrow so best
I scoot off to get some sleep Shocked . All the best to you to mate and will speak again soon .
cheers 90th. Idea
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PostSubject: Re: 1750 Pte T. Goss 1/24th Foot    Sat Dec 31, 2011 5:57 pm

Happy New Year 90th, still over 6 hours to go here, but some of us are working tonight!

I am about to go and have my s***, shower and shave and then head over to Newmarket with the Johnnies for an unofficial NYE2011 event, that the organisers don't know that we know about yet.

If all goes well, I should get in excess of a hundred NYE kisses tonight; if the local wooden-tops get bored and it goes pear shaped, you will all be hearing about it on Turnip TV (Anglia News) tomorrow.

Happy new year to everyone and here's to next year !
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