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eMedals-United Kingdom. A South African Pair, Cape Town Highlanders, South African Light Horse

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United Kingdom. A South African Pair, Cape Town Highlanders, South African Light Horse

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United Kingdom. A South African Pair, Cape Town Highlanders, South African Light Horse

Cape of Good Hope General Service Medal (Pte J.H.R. KRIGER. C.T. HIGHrs.); and Queen's South Africa Medal, 2 Clasps - CAPE COLONY, ORANGE FREE STATE (24207 L. CORPL: J.H.R. KRIGER. S.A. Lt HORSE). Naming is engraved on the CGHGSM and officially impressed on the QSA. Un-mounted, bruising on the CGHGSM, edge nicks and contact marks on both, replacement ribbons, very fine. Accompanied by a copy of the Medal Roll confirming his award of the Queen's South Africa Medal with the Cape Colony and Orange Free State clasps; and QSA Verification Certificates from the Duke of Edinburgh's Own Volunteer Rifles (Cape Town Rifles) and the South Africa Light Horse.
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