I'll start off this thread with the single DCM to Pte Haines, CMR.
Picture courtesy of DNW
DCM Ed VII (Pte. J. M. Haines, Cape M.R.)
DCM LG 11 October 1901; details London Gazette 3 December 1901: ‘For conspicuous gallantry in the capture of Lotter’s Commando near Pietersburg, Cape Colony, on 5th September 1901.’
Haines was entitled to the Queen’s medal with four clasps for Cape Colony, Wepener, Transvaal and Wittebergen and the King’s medal with two clasps. Six D.C.M’s. were given to men of the Cape Mounted Rifles for services during the Second Boer War.
A group of eight to Paymaster Lieutenant J.A Fletcher, Royal Naval Reserve Late South Staffordshire Volunteers and Cape Mounted Rifles
QSA (3) CC Tr Witt (811. Pte J, Fletcher. Cape Mtd Rifles.),
KSA (2) (811 Pte J.A. Fletcher. Cape Mtd Rifles),
Natal 1906 (1) (811 Cpl J.A. Fletcher. Cape Mtd Rifles.),
1914-15 Star (Asst. Payr J.A. Fletcher, R.N.R.),
British War and Victory Medals (Payr.Lt. J.A. Fletcher. R.N.R.) with M.I.D. Oakleaves,
Coronation Medal 1902,
Volunteer Long Service Medal (3695. Col. Sergt J.A. Fletcher. 1 V.B. S. Staffs),
Sergeant Trumpeter on 1879, also appears on FLH QSA roll as an instructor. Sold with a silver cigarette case engraved on front "Presented to Sgt Mjr W.H. Turnley Bt The NCOs & Men Head Qtrs Squad CMR 11.7.07" and a walking stick with fitted plaque engraved "Sergt Major Turnley From Colonel Lukin June 1907", the stick thought to have been made from dried rhino hide but unconfirmed.