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Noonan's / DNW auctions 1 month 2 weeks ago #87528

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The preview for the January sale shows a good range of South African QSAs and SAGSs, a couple of tribute medals and a few damaged QSAs.

www.noonans.co.uk/auctions/calendar/668/
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It was interesting to watch the many QSAs at Noonan's go under the hammer yesterday.

There was good range of South African units on offer. Many of these sold for sub £100 hammer prices. £60 was the lowest price noted for an undamaged/not renamed QSA.

The single Transport Medal to Master Kendall sold very well.


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Transport (2) China 1900, S. Africa 1899-1902 (C. R. Kendall, In Command)

Approximately 278 2-clasp Transport Medals awarded.

Charles Robert Kendall was born in London on 13 February 1850 and received his Master’s Certificate on 3 September 1891. He served as Master of the British India Line’s S.S. Sirsa, and died in 1908.

Sold for a hammer price of £2,600. Totals (inc VAT for UK only): £3,349. R68,000. Au$5,710. Can$5,380. US$3,970
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