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South Africa Campaign Medal 1877 - 1879 - Zulu Wars


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hi littlehand.
As its in such a poor state , I dont think its worth the asking price . Idea
Hope this helps .
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PostSubject: Re: Your Views on this would be interesting   Your Views on this would be interesting EmptyMon Mar 01, 2010 8:23 pm

£57.56 at the moment.
Were Zulu War medals made but never issued surplus to requirement so to say
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PostSubject: campaign medal.   Your Views on this would be interesting EmptyTue Mar 02, 2010 5:46 am

hi littlehand.
Not exactly sure what you mean , but here goes . There was never any surplus medals struck.
All those that werent or couldnt be issued for many reasons were sent straight back to the Mint
at Woolwich at melted back down , so the army could recieve a credit for the silver returned .
Hope this answers your question . Idea .
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I asked the seller if the name on the medal good be identified.

Reply "Thank you for your interest. No nothing discernible. Good luck with your bidding. Best regards Keith"

So your right whats the point.
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hi littlehand / pete.
What can I say , this defies belief Suspect . I wouldnt have paid 10 quid for it scratch .
In my way of thinking if you can afford to pay 165 for this , you surely could pay more for one
that has a name and clasp . Although they are getting more expensive as time rolls on. Sorry ,
I fail to see the sense in this purchase . Rolling Eyes Rolling Eyes .
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