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  • Pakistan, Republic. A Mid 20th Century Independence Award Grouping
  • Pakistan, Republic. A Mid 20th Century Independence Award Grouping
  • Pakistan, Republic. A Mid 20th Century Independence Award Grouping
  • Pakistan, Republic. A Mid 20th Century Independence Award Grouping
  • Pakistan, Republic. A Mid 20th Century Independence Award Grouping
  • Pakistan, Republic. A Mid 20th Century Independence Award Grouping
  • Pakistan, Republic. A Mid 20th Century Independence Award Grouping
  • Pakistan, Republic. A Mid 20th Century Independence Award Grouping
  • Pakistan, Republic. A Mid 20th Century Independence Award Grouping
  • Pakistan, Republic. A Mid 20th Century Independence Award Grouping

Item: W6107

Pakistan, Republic. A Mid 20th Century Independence Award Grouping

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Pakistan, Republic. A Mid 20th Century Independence Award Grouping

Pakistan Independence Medal 1947, to Havidar Zafar Hussain, 16th Punjab Regiment (3834379 HAV ZAFAR HUSSAIN 16 PBR.), in cupro-nickel, measuring 37 mm in diameter, original ribbon; Group of Six: Medal of Service (Tamgha-i-Diffa), 1 Clasp - Saichen Glacier (in cupro-nickel, measuring 36.5 mm in diameter); War Medal 1965 (1375 Tamgha-I-Jang) (in cupro-nickel, measuring 36.8 mm in diameter); War Medal 1971 (Tamgha-i-Jang 1971) (in cupro-nickel, measuring 37 mm in diameter); Ten Years' Service Medal (in cupro-nickel, measuring 36.5 mm in diameter); 100th Anniversary of Quaid I Azam Medal (Tamgah-i-Sad Saala Jashan-i-Wiladat-i-Quaid-i-Azam) (in cupro-nickel, measuring 37 mm in diameter); and Hijri Medal 1981 (Hijri Tamgha 1401) (in cupro-nickel, measuring 37.3 mm in diameter); court-mounted, with swing bar pinback, lightly soiled, original ribbons. Group of Four: Ten Years' Service Medal (in cupro-nickel, measuring 36.8 mm in diameter); Jamhuriat Medal 1988 (in cupro-nickel, measuring 36.2 mm in diameter); Golden Jubilee Medal of the Pakistani Revolution 1988 (in cupro-nickel, measuring 36.5 mm in diameter); and Pakistan Independence Day Golden Jubilee Medal (in bronze, measuring 36.5 mm in diameter); court-mounted, without mounting attachments, lightly soiled original ribbons. Naming is impressed on the Pakistan Independence Medal, the other ten medals are un-named as issued. Very fine.

 

Footnote: The Pakistan Independence Medal was instituted in 1947, upon Pakistan achieving its independence from Great Britain; the Medal of Service (Tamgha-i-Diffa) was instituted on March 16, 1957 by the President of Pakistan and awarded for general service to all members of the Pakistani military and semi-military forces, to members of states' forces, and to British officers and men serving with Pakistan's armed forces; the War Medal 1965 (1375 Tamgha-I-Jang) was awarded for general service in the 1965 Indo-Pakistani War; the War Medal 1971 (Tamgha-i-Jang 1971) was awarded for general service in the 1971 Indo-Pakistani War; the Ten Years' Service Medal was instituted in 1992 and awarded for ten years' service in the armed forces; the 100th Anniversary of Quaid I Azam Medal (Tamgah-i-Sad Saala Jashan-i-Wiladat-i-Quaid-i-Azam) was instituted on December 25, 1976 and was awarded to commemorate the centenary of the birth of Muhammed Ali Jinnah (1876-1948), the 'Quaid-i-Azam' (Great Leader), the founder and first Governor-General of Pakistan; the Hijri Medal was awarded to commemorate the completion of the fourteenth century of the Hijri era on November 22, 1979; the Jamhuriat Medal was instituted in 1988 and awarded to commemorate the termination of Martial Law, and the return to Democracy; the Golden Jubilee Medal of the Pakistani Revolution 1988 was instituted in 1988 and awarded to mark the fiftieth anniversary of the revolution; and the Pakistan Independence Day Golden Jubilee Medal was instituted in 1997 and awarded to commemorate the Golden Jubilee of the State of Pakistan.

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