|Authors||Giovanni Carraro and Gustavo Baume|
|Accepted by||Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society|
As for Saurer B, it closely resembles NGC 2158, and indeed is of intermediate-age (1.8-2.2 Gyrs) and significantly reddened. In this case we revise both the age and the distance with respect to previous studies, but we are not able to clearly establish the cluster metal abundance.
Finally, Saurer C has an age of about 2 Gyrs, but we emphasize that the precise determination of its properties is hampered by the heavy field stars contamination.