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India General Service 1854-95, 2 clasps, Bhootan, North West Frontier (Sepoy Suntea Thappa, 66th or Goorkha Regt.)

Note: Upper clasp attached by rivets. With small 'Bazaar Wallah' silver test mark on rim

Recipient was a Sepoy (Rifleman) serving with the 66th or Goorkha Regiment of the Indian Army

In 1881 this Gurkha regiment was retitled 1st Gurkha (Rifle) Regiment

Condition: VF

Code: 16141Price: 345.00 GBP

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Indian Mutiny Medal 1857-1859. With 2 xclasps 'Central India' & 'Lucknow' (Syed Elans 27th Regiment N.I.)

Provenance: Dix Noonan Webb, 27 June 2002

Important: The 27th Native Infantry was the only infantry regiment of the Madras Army to qualify and receive Indian Mutiny medals with two two clasps

Reference 'Madras Infantry, 1748-1943' (Lt-Col. E. G. Phythian Adams, 1943) the following information is provided on the services of the regiment during the Indian Mutiny;


The Madras Brigade consisting of the 17th and 27th M.I. joined Gen. Windham's force at Cawnpore on November 15th, 1857; the 17th M.I. was detached to garrison Futtehpore to maintain communications between Allahbad and Cawnpore, while the 27th M.I. after seeing considerable fighting at Cawnpore was sent to reinforce Outram at Lucknow. Here it took part in the defence of the Alambagh, where Outram's small force pf 4,400 held out for twelve weeks against repeated and most determined attacks by the enemy estimated at 120,000 with 100 guns. Later it formed part of the Oudh Field Force, and in all was on active service for two years. It was granted the battle honour 'Lucknow' and all ranks received the Mutiny medal with clasp for Lucknow and Central India


In 1903 the regiment was restyled as 87th Punjabis, and in 1922 became 5th Battalion 2nd Punjab Regiment. The remnants of 5/2 Punjab was captured at the surrender of Singapore Colony on 15 February 1942. On liberation and repatriation in 1945, the battalion was disbanded

A scarce 2 clasp medal to find on the market to a native infantry regiment of the Madras Army

Condition: About VF

Code: 18637Price:

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China Medal 1857-1860. With 3 x clasps, 'Fatshan 1857', 'Canton 1857' ' & 'Taku Forts 1858'

Un-named as issued to Royal Navy and Royal Marines personnel

An impressive multi-clasp campaign medals for the second 'Opium War'

Condition: GVF

Code: 18577Price: 525.00 GBP

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Afghanistan Medal 1878-80. With 2 x clasps 'Ali Musjid' 'Kabul' (Subr. Roop Singh Lama, 4th Goorkha Regt.)

Important: Recipient was a Native Officer, holding the appointment rank of 'Subadar' while serving with the 4th Goorkha Regiment

The 4th Goorkha Regiment was restyled the 4th Gurkha (Rifle) Regiment in 1891; 4th Gurkha Rifles in 1901 and as 4th Prince of Wales's Own Gurkha Rifles in 1924. The regiment continues to serve in the Indian Army today as the 4th Gorkha Rifles

Condition: GVF

Code: 14895Price: 475.00 GBP

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India General Service Medal 1895-1902. Victoria silver issue with 3 x clasps 'Punjab Frontier 1897-98' 'Samana 1897-98' & 'Tirah 1897-98' (685 Bugle Major Maniram Bura 2d. Bn. 4th. Gurkhas)

Recipient was a Bugle Major serving with 2nd Battalion 4th Gurkha Rifles

Bugle Major was a unique appointment held by only one member of the regiment at any particular time

A scarce and desirable rank and medal clasp combination to the 4th Gurkha Rifles

Condition: Very Fine

Code: 17459Price: 375.00 GBP

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Ashanti Star 1896

Un-named as issued

Reference 'Ashanti 1895-96' (McInnes & Fraser, 1897), an estimated 2224, medals are recorded as being awarded to British and African 'All-Ranks' in the medal rolls held at The National Archives

Condition: About EF

Code: 18636Price: 245.00 GBP

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Egypt: Khedives Sudan Medal 1896-1908. Silver issue with clasp 'Nyam-Nyam'

Un-named as issued

The clasp was awarded in respect of the punitive expedition mounted in 1905 against the 'Zande' or 'Nyam-Nyam' tribe in the Bahr-el-Ghazal province

Note: No regiments of the British Army deployed on this expedition, other then British Officers and NCO's serving on attachment, with the native regiments of the Egyptian Army including several Sudanese infantry battalions

Condition: About GVF

Code: 18349Price: 195.00 GBP

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Africa General Service Medal 1902. EdVII silver issue with clasp 'Somaliland 1902-04' (2054 Sapr. Poshati Shiuram. 17 Coy 3rd S & M.)

Important: Medal and clasp verified as entitled per the respective campaign medal roll of the 3rd Sappers and Miners (Ref WO 100/101) which was compiled and signed at Kirkee Cantonment, Poona, Bombay Presidency on 10 August 1905

Recipient was a an Indian soldier of the Hindu faith serving with 17th Company of the 3rd (Bombay) Sappers & Miners

Condition: Cleaned VF

Code: 18346Price: 175.00 GBP

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Queens South Africa Medal 1899-1902. Silver issue with clasp 'Relief of Ladysmith' (1786 Tpr: T. D. Hester. Natal Police)

Important:Trooper T . D. Hester, Natal Police, is verified as being entitled to a single clasp Queens South Africa Medal per the respective campign medla roll of the Natal Police (ref WO 100/261), compiled and signed at Pietermaritzburg on 8 September 1901. Under the remarks in the same medal roll it is shown that Trooper Hester took his discharge from the force on 26 January 1901

Sold together with copied research verification, confirming above details

The medal mounted in the court-style for display

A scarce seen confirmed single battle clasp on the QSA

Condition: GVF

Code: 18575Price: 175.00 GBP

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Queens South Africa Medal 1899-1902. Silver issue with 2 x clasps 'South Africa 1901' & 'South Africa 1902' (2607 Tpr. A. Nicholson, Natal Police)

Important: Trooper A. Nicholson of the Natal Police is verified on the respective campaign medal roll, as being issued this medal and two dated clasps only on, 27 June 1905 (ref WO 100/261). Under remarks in the same medal roll it shows that he had taken his discharge from the Natal Police on 21 October 1902. Another notation in the same medal roll shows that he was further entitled to a supplementary medal clasp for 'Orange Free State', that was issued 'loose' on 27 February 1906. Whether the recipient ever received or wore the latter clasp is not known - the medal here being offered is exactly as originally issued to the recipient

Sold together with copied extract page from the respective medal roll

An uncommon pair of dated South Africa clasps seen on the QSA

Condition: GVF

Code: 18574Price: 145.00 GBP

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