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Repairing past damage 4 months 4 weeks ago #64221

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I ask because the attached has spent a number of years upon my desk, all entitled and original, perhaps all actually worn by the recipient, but, no reason in WO100 to account for the rivet between the Modder and Paardeberg clasps.

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Repairing past damage 4 months 4 weeks ago #64223

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Frank,

There is more variability in the consistency of the rivets produced by Chris.

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Repairing past damage 4 months 4 weeks ago #64227

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Hello David,
Do you think it would perhaps be better just to leave it alone then, to be quite honest, it was simply an impulse buy, a few years ago and I do have to be completely honest, I did not notice until I had parted with my increasingly hard earned money, very annoying, but, again, the recipient could have worn it as it remains now.
I just fail to see how it ended up the way it is now.
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Repairing past damage 4 months 4 weeks ago #64228

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Frank,

yes, in that case as it is probably as worn. Your medal is very nicely toned over the year too.
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