QSA, clasps Cape Colony, Tugela Heights, Orange Free State, Relief of Ladysmith, Transvaal, and KSA with usual two clasps.
to – 20089 Bomb. T. Edwards, 28 B, R.F.A. (on QSA); Gnr., RFA on KSA.
With – Silver War badge (lacking pin)
Edwards served in 28th Battery, Royal Field Artillery, and likely served during the V.C. action at Moedwil on 30 September, 1901.
A note with the medals (presumably from service papers) states born in Marylebone and enlisted into RFA in 1897, a painter by trade, aged 20/6.
Discharged by payment of £18 in Nov. 1902.
During WW1, enlisted in June 1917 into Army Ordnance Corps but discharged in October as unfit for war service – SWB only.
VF with slight contacting.