Canada Tribute Medal 1899-1900, by F. W. Ellis & Co., 34mm, silver, the obverse with a sheathed sword together with a dove of peace, laurel leaf wreath above, and maple leaves below, and inscribed ‘Canada’s Brave Boys, South Africa 1900, Welcome Home’, the reverse showing a returning soldier being greeted at the door of his home by his wife and dog
The edge engraved ‘Percy H. Stacey. From City of St. Thomas.’, with crossed swords suspension surmounted by a crown, with maple leaf at centre, and banner inscribed ‘Canada Africa 1899 1900’
Percy Heard Stacey, a native of St. Thomas, Ontario, was born c.1880 and attested for Military Service in March 1900. He served in South Africa during the Boer War with the 2nd Battalion, Royal Canadian Regiment, and was discharged on Christmas Day 1900. He also received the Queen’s South Africa Medal with clasps for Cape Colony, Orange Free State, and Johannesburg.