I have an example with suspension named to 34618 Tpr J R Williams, 89th Coy IY. He returned home from SA on 3rd September 1902 and would have presumably been at the presentation on 6th September. The suspension is different to that seen in the Noonan's sale.
I have one boxed example
This is accompanied by a QSA to 8288 Pte H S Cleaver, 49th Coy IY, discharged 16th April 1901.
The presentation of the QSAs by the King and subsequent presentation of the tributes is recorded in The Historical Records of the Yeomanry and Volunteers of Montgomeryshire 1803-1908
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QSA (5) Orange Free State, South Africa 1901, South Africa 1902, Cape Colony, Transvaal, clasps mounted in this order with unofficial rivets between SA02 and CC clasps (25462 Pte D. Jones. 31st. Coy. Imp: Yeo:);
British War and Victory Medals (1031 Sjt. D. Jones. Welsh R.)
Together with a Montgomeryshire Imperial Yeomanry Tribute Medal 1901, 38mm, bronze, the obverse featuring the arms of Montgomeryshire, ‘Montgomeryshire Imperial Yeomanry’ around, the reverse featuring a mounted trooper with a soldier knelt firing a rifle at his side, ‘South African Campaign 1901’ around, unnamed, with ring suspension, minor edge bruising.
D Jones attested for the Imperial Yeomanry and served with the 31st (Montgomeryshire) Company, 9th Battalion, Imperial Yeomanry in South Africa during the Boer War.