Good morning Justin,
Henry Morant was not an angel, but, it just does not seem fair does it?
Kind regards Frank
JustinLDavies wrote: I'm not surprised about the price of the Pietersburg TG QSA. The small Town Guard (less than 20) were called out on the night of 22/23 February to help repel the attack of Beyers' commando on Pietersburg. 'Breaker' Morant was temporarily released from jail, handed a rifle and helped defend the town from the jailhouse roof. He was executed five days later.
What process do you follow with your bids Mike? It's totally unlike City Coins with the medals going to the highest bidder each and every time.
Makes things difficult if your'e not in the room (which I am not) as how trustworthy are the proceedings?
This time round, which is why I am waiting on a third party for my results, I threw my lot in with a chap who compiles a list and sends it to another who is in the room on the day. Once this chap has collated the results we will, doubtless, be informed of what was won and what was lost.
My nerves can't take the strain - I've already ordered reserach on medals I don't know if I've won....