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  • United Kingdom. An Afghanistan Campaign Pair, 72nd Regiment of Foot
  • United Kingdom. An Afghanistan Campaign Pair, 72nd Regiment of Foot
  • United Kingdom. An Afghanistan Campaign Pair, 72nd Regiment of Foot
  • United Kingdom. An Afghanistan Campaign Pair, 72nd Regiment of Foot

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United Kingdom. An Afghanistan Campaign Pair, 72nd Regiment of Foot

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United Kingdom. An Afghanistan Campaign Pair, 72nd Regiment of Foot

Afghanistan Medal 1878-1880, 3 Clasps - CHARASIA, KABUL, KANDAHAR (58B/702 Pte J. GRAHAM. 72nd HIGHrs); and Kabul To Kandahar Star 1878-1880. Naming is officially engraved in italic capitals on the AM, the KKS is unnamed as issued. Un-mounted, edge nicks, pitting, surface wear and contact marks on the AM, the KKS with contact marks on its reverse, replacement ribbons, fine.

 

Footnote: Private J. Graham served with the 72nd (Duke of Albany's Own Highlanders) Regiment of Foot during the Second Afghan War and participated in the regiment’s famous 310-mile march from Kabul to Kandahar in August 1880 under Lieutenant General Sir Fredrick Roberts.

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