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The three First World War medals were awarded to 229 S. SJT. EL Laker. The unit lettering seems to be removed on the War and Victory medals while all the letters on the 1914 star is very faint but his number (229) and surname is still partly visible.
The 1914 Star has a clasp attached reading 5th Aug - 22 Nov 1914. There is a leafed clasp on the Victory Medal (South African issue)
The Efficiency Medal was awarded to S / SGT EL Laker Dem. C and all the other Second World War medals to 79988 EL Laker
In the metal bar holding the medals (I unscrewed it to scan them), there were also the remainder of ribbons for the Queens Boer War medal (see hole where the screw went through) and a green and red ribbon that I do not recognize.
Lastly there is a Kings Boer War Medal with the claps for South Africa 1901 and South Africa 1902 with the recipients details mostly removed but the recipient is NOT Laker because the army number can still be seen being 1389 and the name looks like R.J. ?. Hill.
Bar the King’s Boer War medal, all the other medals were awarded to EL Laker and all are sold together as I received them as per the following few photographs – the first and last showing the whole group you are bidding on ...
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