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Noble Numismatics auctions 5 days 12 hours ago #70891

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Jim,

That sounds very annoying. Will you query that with them?
Dr David Biggins

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Noble Numismatics auctions 5 days 10 hours ago #70899

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Hi David,
I won’t waste my time, I have queried them before without success.
Looks as though I will have to use Invaluable next time.

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Noble Numismatics auctions 5 days 10 hours ago #70900

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djb wrote: Bicolboy59,

That is an interesting analysis. There is no shortage of Boer War material at the moment so collectors are able to pick and choose more so than is usual.

I thought some of NN's estimates were high and this may have put people off? For example, DNW sold a no clasp QSA to a Captain in the Rand Rifles last month for a hammer price of £100 whereas NN estimated their Lieutenant's no clasp QSA, both having no biographical information, at £200. That said, this medal did sell and for £150.


The QSA to McDonald may well have been a "sleeper".
Whilst not spending much time researching (especially after the horse has bolted). There was a H.C McDonald who won an MC with the 10th Northumberland Fusiliers in WW!. If indeed it is the same chap, a good price I would have thought (excluding the possibility of a reunite) - extra special price.
The Australian Market is rather fickle these days, many factors come into play with NN.

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