Queen's South Africa Medal (Clasps - Cape Colony, Orange Free State, Transvaal, South Africa 1901, South Africa 1902) - Tpr. T. Ingham, 23rd (Lancashire) Coy. Imperial Yeomanry

  • Product Code: MM-3020
  • Regiment: 23rd (Lancashire) Coy. Imperial Yeomanry
  • Era: Boer War
  • Availability:1

  • Price: £185.00


This 5 clasp QSA medal is to 20510 Trooper Thomas Ingham, 23rd Coy. Imperial Yeomanry.

Queen's South Africa Medal (Clasps - Cape Colony, Orange Free State, Transvaal, South Africa 1901, South Africa 1902) named to 20510 Tpr. T. Ingham. 23rd Coy. Imp: Yeo:


The medal is in good condition with ribbon.


Comes with copy service papers.


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Tags: Boer War, QSA, Victorian Medals, Military Medals, Campaign Medals, Imperial Yeomanry, queens, crown

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