Pre WW1 Single Medals
1899 Queen's South Africa medal with Transvaal and South Africa 1902 clasps named to W. Whitehead.
1899 Queen's South Africa medal with Transvaal and South Africa 1902 clasp named in impressed block lettering to 7817 Corpl W. Whitehead VolCoy Cheshire Regt. Medal graded as NEF.
The medals I am selling on this site have been collected since the 1980's by my ex father in law who came over to Australia in the 50's (a ten pound Pom as we call them in Australia) and as none of his children are interested in the collection I have been given the task of selling them. There are a couple of hundred medals overall which will be progressively listed over the next few months. Some medals are in groups, many singles, some with original cases but most without. All gradings are as per the dealers description from whom the medals have been purchased. I have described the medals as accurately as I can and obviously as such the photos form an important part of the description.
I am happy to provide more photos upon request but there may be a small delay in sending them as the medals are kept in a Bank Security Box in a city which I only get to once a week.
"TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF SALE"
Please note that all listings which are sold will remain on the site for 14 days after the day of postage.
Layaway facility to suite your budget is available, details on request.
Postage and insurance if applicable to be paid by the purchaser at cost.
My ID on eBay is Porter1aus for those who want to have some assurance as to whom they are dealing with.
Returns accepted for items returned within 7 days of receipt only if medal/medals are not as described.
Payment types accepted, Australian Dollar Bank Transfer or Paypal, (but only if your prepared to use the ‘send money to friends and family’ function).
I collect items related to the Dardenelles campaign, more the Australian items but not necessarily exclusively so. Not normally medals or badges per se but interesting ephemera so some horse trading is possible with an interesting enough item/s. I am also a member of the Gallipoli Association so there are postings on their site that I have done if that interests you.
Any queries please contact me by email or, by mobile: 0497 426 139 but please remember I'm in Australia and the timing of phone calls should take into account the time difference.