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eMedals-India, Republic. A Lot of Six Incomplete Groups with a Total of Twenty-Seven Awards, Named

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India, Republic. A Lot of Six Incomplete Groups with a Total of Twenty-Seven Awards, Named

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India, Republic. A Lot of Six Incomplete Groups with a Total of Twenty-Seven Awards, Named

1. Second War Pair, to Havildar/Major Kartar Singh, Royal Indian Artillery: 1939-1945 Star (in bronze, impressed "11813 HAV/MAJ. KARTAR SINGH, R.I.A." measuring 39.5 mm (w) x 45 mm (h); and War Medal 1939-1945 (in cupro-nickel, impressed "11813 HAV/MAJ. KARTAR SINGH, R.I.A.", measuring 36 mm in diameter), un-mounted, replacement ribbons; 2. Group of Four to Sepoy Sita Ram, Punjab Regiment (2448270 SEP SITA RAM PUNJAB R): Samar Seva Star 1965 (in bronze gilt, measuring 39 mm (w) x 37 mm (h)); Saniya Seva Medal (in cupro-nickel, measuring 35 mm in diameter); Pashchimi Star 1971 (in bronze gilt, measuring 40 mm (w) x 36.5 mm (h)); and Nine Years' Long Service Medal (in cupro-nickel, measuring 35 mm in diameter); court-mounted, original ribbons, four medals missing as evidenced by the remaining ribbons; 3. Group of Four to Lance Naik R. Sing, Sikh Regiment (3358095 L-NK. "RAVINDE" R SINGH, SIKH R): General Service Medal 1947 (in cupro-nickel, measuring 36.3 mm in diameter); Pashchimi Star 1971 (in bronze gilt, measuring 40 mm (w) x 36.5 mm (h)); Saniya Seva Medal (in cupro-nickel, measuring 35 mm in diameter); and 25th Independence Anniversary Medal 1947-1972 (in cupro-nickel, measuring 35.2 mm in diameter); court-mounted, original ribbons, three medals missing as evidenced by the remaining ribbons; 4. Group of Four to Naik Sweeper Bhup Singh, Sikh Light Infantry (4438616 NK SWPR BHUP SINGH SIKH L.I.): Pashchimi Star 1971 (in bronze gilt, measuring 40 mm (w) x 36.5 mm (h)); Poorvi Star 1971 (in bronze gilt, measuring 40 mm (w) x 36.5 mm (h)); Raksha Medal 1965 (in cupro-nickel, measuring 35.2 mm in diameter); and Saniya Seva Medal (in cupro-nickel, measuring 35 mm in diameter); court-mounted, original ribbons, five medals missing as evidenced by the remaining ribbons; 5. Group of Six to Naik Santokh Singh, Punjab Regiment (2446241 NK SANTOKH SINGH PUNJAB R): Pashchimi Star 1971 (in bronze gilt, measuring 40 mm (w) x 36.5 mm (h)); 25th Independence Anniversary Medal 1947-1972 (in cupro-nickel, measuring 35.2 mm in diameter); Raksha Medal 1965 (in cupro-nickel, measuring 35.2 mm in diameter); Sangram Medal 1971 (in cupro-nickel, measuring 35.2 mm in diameter); Saniya Seva Medal (in cupro-nickel, measuring 35 mm in diameter); and Twenty Years' Long Service Medal (in cupro-nickel, measuring 35 mm in diameter); court-mounted, original ribbons, the 25th Independence Anniversary Medal having separated from the body of the suspension, two medals missing as evidenced by the remaining ribbons; 6. Group of Seven to Sapper B Singh, Bombay Engineers (1517805 SPR B SINGH BOMBAY ENGR.): Nine Years' Long Service Medal (in cupro-nickel, measuring 35 mm in diameter); Samar Seva Star 1965 (in bronze gilt, measuring 39 mm (w) x 37 mm (h)); Poorvi Star 1971 (in bronze gilt, measuring 40 mm (w) x 36.5 mm (h)); Raksha Medal 1965 (in cupro-nickel, measuring 35.2 mm in diameter); Sangram Medal 1971 (in cupro-nickel, measuring 35.2 mm in diameter); Saniya Seva Medal (in cupro-nickel, measuring 35 mm in diameter); and 25th Independence Anniversary Medal 1947-1972 (in cupro-nickel, measuring 35.2 mm in diameter); court-mounted, original ribbons, the Nine Years' Long Service Medal sewn in place to the wrong ribbon at the opposite end, one medal missing as evidenced by the remaining ribbon. Naming on all five court-mounted groups is impressed, ranging from fine to very fine.
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