My note book says "22245" and a dig in the cabinet shows "22243" - Oh well, IL sometimes misses on the range, too. I always liked the Tutin group. Came from a US dealer a decade or more ago and I had never seen the combination of "Natal" and "Modder River" before. And the story of the 62RFA at Modder River - plus the illustration shown by Higgs115 - gives substance (if it were ever needed) to Kipling's "UBIQUE".
"Extreme, depressed, point blank or short, end first or any 'ow
From Colesburg Kop to Quagga's Poort - from ninety nine to now -
By what I've heard the others tell an' I in spots have seen
There's nothin' this side 'Eaven or 'Ell Ubique doesn't mean!"
I think it is a lovely group, the QSA in particular, I was just curious when I noted his number, Rudyard Kipling really was the poet of Empire, and that is certainly a favourite verse, although, I am not an artillery collector when it comes to medals, I certainly do admire them in respect of the pre 1914 golden age, before the world went mad.