A relatively scarce India General Service Medal 1895-1902, 2 Clasps: Punjab Frontier 1897-98, Malakand 1897, awarded to a Sikh, Sepoy Hari Singh, 30th Bengal Infantry, Indian Army, who was present during the operations on the Punjab Frontier in the period from 10th June 1897 to 6th April 1898, and as a solider with the 38th Dogras, was part of the original relief force of Chakdarra and Malakand that came up from Mardan under Colonel A.J.F. Reid.

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Product ID: CMA/25908
Condition: some contact wear and light polishing, hence about Very Fine.
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A relatively scarce India General Service Medal 1895-1902, 2 Clasps: Punjab Frontier 1897-98, Malakand 1897, awarded to a Sikh, Sepoy Hari Singh, 30th Bengal Infantry, Indian Army, who was present during the operations on the Punjab Frontier in the period from 10th June 1897 to 6th April 1898, and as a solider with the 38th Dogras, was part of the original relief force of Chakdarra and Malakand that came up from Mardan under Colonel A.J.F. Reid.
India General Service Medal 1895-1902, 2 Clasps: Punjab Frontier 1897-98, Malakand 1897; (830 SEPOY HARI SINGH 38TH: BL: INFY)
Condition: some contact wear and light polishing, hence about Very Fine.
Awarded to a Sikh, Sepoy (No.830) Hari Singh, 30th Bengal Infantry, Indian Army, who was present during the operations on the Punjab Frontier in the period from 10th June 1897 to 6th April 1898, and as a solider with the 38th Dogras, was part of the original relief force of Chakdarra and Malakand that came up from Mardan under Colonel A.J.F. Reid. The Malakand 1897 Clasp is relatively scarce.