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  • Pakistan, Republic. A Lot of Six Awards
  • Pakistan, Republic. A Lot of Six Awards

Item: W7079

Pakistan, Republic. A Lot of Six Awards

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Pakistan, Republic. A Lot of Six Awards

Includes:

1. two War Stars 1965 (Istar-i-Herb 1385) (in bronze gilt, impressed "6789517 NK/DVR/MT MOHD. HAYAT A.M.C." and "3837292 SEP SULTAN ALI PUNJAB R" respectively, measuring 35.8 mm (w) x 34 mm (h) each, original ribbons, one with a pinback);

2. War Star 1971 (Istar-i-Herb 1971) (in bronze gilt, measuring 36.5 mm (w) x 35.3 mm (h), original ribbon with pinback);

3. Republic Commemorative Medal 1956 (Tamgha-i-Jamhuria 1375) (in cupro-nickel, measuring 37 mm in diameter, original ribbon);

4. two War Medals 1965 (1385 Tamgha-i-Jang 1385) (in cupro-nickel, measuring 36.8 mm in diameter each, original ribbons).

Ranging from very fine to near extremely fine.

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