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 South Africa Medal and 1877-8-9 Bar with India General Service Medal and Burma 1887-1889 Bar (1492 Pte G Adams, 2/24th Foot and 2nd Battalion, S Wales Borderers)

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PostSubject: South Africa Medal and 1877-8-9 Bar with India General Service Medal and Burma 1887-1889 Bar (1492 Pte G Adams, 2/24th Foot and 2nd Battalion, S Wales Borderers)    Tue Oct 08, 2013 9:34 am

http://www.the-saleroom.com/en-gb/auction-catalogues/timeline-auctions-limited/catalogue-id-2868367/lot-19561696?searchitem=true

Looks like a nice pair of medals SAGS confirmed on roll.

Service papers are available - which show 21 years of service and a very "colourfull" medical and disciplinary record. An old school soldier.

The IGS is not detailed on his service papers - although his service records show he was in Burma during the campaign period.

I suspect this lot will go for significantly more than the estimate - say £800-900 if the IGS medal is confirmed on the roll.

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PostSubject: Pte.G.Adams 2 / 24th & 2nd Bttn SWB   Tue Oct 08, 2013 12:17 pm

Hi Sergio.
Thanks for the post , interesting duo.
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