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 Isandlwana Casualty medal 1/24th & rare Carbine

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PostSubject: Isandlwana Casualty medal 1/24th & rare Carbine   Sat Mar 15, 2014 3:11 pm

A recent change in circumstances has made me decide to move on some of my collection. Serious interested parties only please. I am selling the following so please PM me if interested.

1) 1879 South Africa Medal 1877-78-79 to Pvt 883 J.Kempster 1/24th KIA Isandlwana 22.1.1879. Classed as extremely fine.  (Currently on loan at Brecon in the "last stand on the Mazimyama" display). Attested 20/9/1869 aged 22 yrs.  £8700. ono
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2) 1879 South Africa Medal 1877-78-79 Corp 420 W Holland. 2/24th promoted to Corporal 23.1.1879, H company at Rorkes Drift. £1300 ono

3) A Natal Issue (V.X Serial Numbers) 577/450 Swinburn Henry Carbine, by Blakemore London. Immaculate and the best I have ever seen. £1950.
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