This group goes under the hammer on Friday/Saturday at Laidlaw Auctioneers in Carlisle.
Not too much information on the group. The online catalogue says:
A Victorian campaign medal group comprising Egypt medal with clasp Gemaizah 1888, India medal with clasp Relief of Chitral 1895, Khedive's Star and Queen's South Africa medal to 2615 Pte R K Dick, 2nd KOSB
The amusingly named Robert King Dick (he signed his own name R King Dick ) an eighteen year old moulder, from Edinburgh, joined the Kings Own Scottish Borderers at Berwick on the 10th of January 1888, with considerable foreign and campaign service, he was recalled to the Colours and served in South Africa from the 5th of January 1900 until the 1st of January 1901, all his medals are very clearly shown on his discharge paper and subject to their condition, that particular estimate would be rather conservative.
Another nice item from the next Woolley and Wallis auction.
Picture courtesy of Woolley and Wallis.
Five medals to Major Walter D. Sellar, King's Own Scottish Borderers:
Delhi Durbar 1911, silver; Egypt and Sudan, undated reverse, 1 clasp, Gemaizah 1888, (LIEUT W.D. SELLAR. 2/K.O. SCO: BORD:),
Queen's South Africa 1899-1902, 2nd type reverse, 3 clasps, Cape Colony, Paardeberg, Johannesburg (MAJOR W.D. SELLAR. K.O. SCO. BDRS.);
King's South Africa 1901-02, 2 clasps, South Africa 1901, South Africa 1902 (MAJOR W.D. SELLAR. K.O. S. B.);
Khedive's Star, undated;
mounted in this order, named medals officially engraved, heavy contact marks to edges but otherwise near very fine or better, Delhi Durbar nearly extremely fine; together with a corresponding mounted set of dress miniatures, good very fine.
Severely wounded serving with the 1st Battalion, Karree Siding 29th March 1900 (S.A.F.F. Casualty List 1899-1902); "left flank and left forearm, severe" (South Wales Daily News, 2nd April 1900). Latterly served with South African Constabulary. Offered with copy medal rolls.