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PostSubject: ZULU MEDALS SOLD AT SPINKS TODAY.   Thu Nov 22, 2012 12:49 pm

MEDALS SOLD TODAY BEFORE PREMIUMS.

KIA ISANDHLWANA.....285. PTE. T. WALSH..1/24th FOOT....CLASP 1877-8-9..............£5500.

2231 PTE. B. WALTERS. 17th DCO LRS... CLASP 1879........£600.

1502 SERGT J. NOKES. 2-24th FOOT.......CLASP 1877-8.......£800.
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PostSubject: An additional pair sold at Spinks   Thu Nov 22, 2012 2:01 pm

Wish Lot 41
1 Pair: Quarter Master Sergeant Foreman of Works J. Middleton, Royal Engineers South Africa 1877-79, one clasp, 1879...

Estimate: Est: £450 - £550 Hammer £560


A lovely pair to a corporal in Wynne's number 2 Company Royal Engineers - his service papers show present at Inyezane , the siege of Eshowe and Ulundi.

whilst slightly on the expensive side after fees - beats buying a Mulberry handbag for xmas Very Happy
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PostSubject: Re: ZULU MEDALS SOLD AT SPINKS TODAY.   Thu Nov 22, 2012 2:05 pm

SergioD wrote:


whilst slightly on the expensive side after fees - beats buying a Mulberry handbag for xmas Very Happy

Does Mrs/Miss SergioD acquiesce with this viewpoint?
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PostSubject: Re: ZULU MEDALS SOLD AT SPINKS TODAY.   Thu Nov 22, 2012 2:12 pm

Tasker - from your lips to God's ears .Hopefully MrsD will never find out - Suspect - somehow i dont think she would come up with the same value proposition !!!


As for the KIA to Walsh It wasnt me - easier (and cheaper) to put in a commission bid when only after 1 lot - I think If I had gone, would have been tempted to bid for Walsh at that price - probably just as well I didnt go !! Having said that I will always regret the Secretan miss so there is a lot to be said for going along.

At least this way the family get some Xmas presents particularly as there is not much in DNW's Dec sale.!!
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PostSubject: Re: ZULU MEDALS SOLD AT SPINKS TODAY.   Thu Nov 22, 2012 2:42 pm

She'll hear nothing from me, don't even know what you're on about! Not getting involved

Not too much in the DNW sale I have to agree, but as I mentioned earlier, I wouldn't consider selling a medal just before Xmas if i hoped to get the best price. That being said, apart from SAGs, there is some quality material there so a cheeky, speculative bid or two might pay off.
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