I hadn't realised the scarceness of the Colonial Auxiliary Forces Long Service Medal when issued by the colony of Transvaal.
City Coins note how the CAFLS Medals "were gazetted to men of the Forces of the Transvaal Colony between
1902 and the time of the foundation of the Union of South Africa in 1910. As these were the only military medals ever issued by the Transvaal Colony, the opportunity to add one to a collection should not be missed."
The group to E H B Armstrong
Picture courtesy of City Coins
CGHGSM (1) Bech (L Cpl PAVG)
QSA (3) DoK OFS Tr (53 Sjt: Kimberley Vol: Regt)
KSA (2) (53 Sjt: Kimb: Vol: Regt)
Colonial Auxiliary Forces LS Medal Ed VII (Sergeant Edmund Armstrong Transvaal Light Infantry)
Okay, well in that case, indeed super, but, even without all three clasps on the first, it would still be so in my opinion, just rather more expensive as is!
Shall you be having it?