All Medals used in Modern RSA Militaria
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Coat of Arms on reverse.
For leadership, meritorious conduct or devotion to duty.
Coat of Arms on reverse
Complete with its presentation box.
Full size numbered 4253 and named to recipient
Miniature as well as suit button
Former President Mandela was buried at Qunu in the Eastern Cape on 15 December 2013
For the South African team officials that took part in the 2004 competition.
Challenge coin size
Full size set includes Operational medal for Southern Africa, MK S.A. Service medal and Unitas medal. Mounted for wear.
For superior service.
Bronze Miniature Medal. From 2002. For services to democracy, human rights, arts and community services. Rare.
Service in Lesotho 1998 to 1999, operation Boleas and operation Maluti for which silver bar Maluti was given. Type uniface suspender and numbered. Rare.
10 Year loyal service with APLA. Low number on reverse. Comes with a certificate. Old SA coat of arms on reverse.
Took place in the D.R.C. with the U.N. 10 October 2003 to 1 May 2004.
For outstanding service and utmost devotion to duty. Full size. Silver marked. Number 018.
For leadership, meritorious conduct or devotion to duty. Numbered 544. Full size.
Issued to mark the disbanding of the Commando forces. Boxed and named to a Sasolburg Commando member. Comes with miniature and medal bars.
For leadership, meritorious conduct or devotion to duty. Numbered 38. Silver marked.
Issued by the SANDF pre 2004. Old SA coat of arms on reverse.
Both medals numbered. Low numbers. APLA 30 year medal no.7. Mounted on bar.
Boxed with miniature. Unissued.
Hallmarked. Number 110.
Boxed, unissued. “In the service of peace” on reverse. SA troops served in the Congo as part of the UN peacekeeping force