This medal was awarded to Private R. Jones of the North Staffordshire Regiment (#3402) for his service during the Boer War in South Africa. The medal is made of silver and features the image of Queen Victoria on the obverse side. It is a circulated item and has historical significance as a tangible representation of bravery and sacrifice in a pivotal moment of British colonial history.
When we refer to aMAC sticker-ed coin, with just aMAC label, we are talking about a coin that is spotless. For a coin to be spotless it must exhibit surfaces with no spotting anywhere on the coin or 100% spotless free.