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  • A First War and India Service Miniature Group with Case
  • A First War and India Service Miniature Group with Case
  • A First War and India Service Miniature Group with Case
  • A First War and India Service Miniature Group with Case

Item: GB5375

A First War and India Service Miniature Group with Case

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A First War and India Service Miniature Group with Case

A First War and India Service Miniature Group with Case - 1914 Star, 1 Clasp - 5th AUG. - 22nd NOV. 1914 (bronze, 19.3 mm x 22 mm); British War Medal (silver, 17.5 mm); Victory Medal (bronze, 18.5 mm); India General Service Medal 1908-1935, 1 Clasp - AFGHANISTAN N.W.F. 1919 (silver, 18 mm); Defence Medal (silver, 17.8 mm); and Delhi Durbar Medal 1911 (silver, 17.8 mm). Mounted to a suspension with swing bar pinback, original ribbons, dark patina on three of the silver medals, residue present in the recessed areas of the DDM, near extremely fine. In a hardshelled presentation case, maker marked "Fattorini & Sons Ltd. Birmingham" on the inside lid, scuffed exterior, case very fine.
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