This medal and trio to J D Duncan sold at Spink in July.
x593 Four: Private J. Duncan, South African Infantry, late Pietersburg Town Guard
Queen’s South Africa 1899-1902, 2 clasps, Transvaal, South Africa 1902 (18 Pte. J. D. Duncan.
Ptrsbrg: Town Gd:); 1914-15 Star (Pte. J. D. Duncan 8th Infantry); British War and bi-lingual
Victory Medals (Pte. J. D. Duncan. 9th S.A.I.), official correction to first initial of second, polished,
good fine or better and the first very rare (4)
An example of an Indwe TG QSA which sold on eBay.ie last month
Approximately 137 Medals were awarded to the unit.
QSA (0) (44 L. Cpl. G. E. Catherine. Indwe T.G.)
Gurney Edward Catherine is recorded on medal roll, in comments section "having 'proceeded to Dordrecht when transferred" possibly refers to where medal was sent. Born 1881, had close ties to UK, his wife's name was Catherine, his son Noel was born in England in 1917 (In World War II, son served S.A.S.C., S.A.A.F., R.A.F., East Africa, Abyssinia) . He is recorded as visiting UK in 1937, died in Cape Town South Africa 1942 aged 61.