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  • India, Bahawalpur. An Installation Medal 1924, Bronze Grade
  • India, Bahawalpur. An Installation Medal 1924, Bronze Grade
  • India, Bahawalpur. An Installation Medal 1924, Bronze Grade

Item: W5192

India, Bahawalpur. An Installation Medal 1924, Bronze Grade

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India, Bahawalpur. An Installation Medal 1924, Bronze Grade

In blackened bronze, obverse illustrating the bust of Sadiq Muhammad Khan V wearing a high necked tunic and turban with fan, multi-strand necklace around his neck, reverse with the central circle inscribed in Hyderabad Arabic "Jaloos 1342 Hijri, 1924 A.D. (Accession 1342 Hijri, 1924 A.D.), surrounded by the Persian inscription "al-Malik ho-Allah Abd-Allah was abd-al rasul nawab Haji Mohammed Abbasi Khamis farman rawai Bahawalpur" (God God and the Prophet who is the servant of the God Haji Mohammad Abbasi Fifth, Ruler of Bahawalpur), measuring 36.5 mm in diameter, extremely fine.


Footnote: Although he succeeded his father, Haji Nawab Muhammad Bahawal Khan Abbasi V in 1907, Sadiq Muhammad Khan V hadn't reached his third birthday yet. On October 1, 1922, on attaining his eighteenth birthday, he was granted limited administrative powers and became the head of the Council of Regency on April 1, 1923. he was invested with full ruling powers on March 8, 1924. 

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