QSA (3) Talana, Defence of Ladysmith, Cape Colony (1027 Pte. H. Hopper. K.R.R.C.) last clasp loose on ribbon;
KSA (2) (1027 Corpl. H. Hopper. K.R.R.C.)
Harry Hopper was born in Burton-on-Trent, Staffordshire. A Clerk by occupation, he attested for the King’s Royal Rifle Corps at Manchester on 23 June 1898. Hopper served with the 3rd Battalion in South Africa from May 1899-July 1902. Returning to England, he was transferred to the Army Reserve in July 1902 and discharged at his own request and a payment of £25 on 28 April 1904.
Sold for a hammer price of £320. Totals (inc VAT on the commission for the UK only): £397. R7,700. Au$700. Can$660. US$530