Indian Mutiny Medal 1857-1858, 1 Clasp: Lucknow, awarded to Sepoy Nanuckram, Regiment of Loodianah - known as Gordon’s Sikhs or the Loodiana Sikh’s, a unit of the Bengal Army of the Honourable East India Company Forces, who were present in operations at Lucknow at some time during the period from November 1857 to March 1858. Rare to this unit.

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Product ID: CMA/27128
Condition: some polishing, clasp slightly buckled, only Fine.
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Indian Mutiny Medal 1857-1858, 1 Clasp: Lucknow, awarded to Sepoy Nanuckram, Regiment of Loodianah - known as Gordon’s Sikhs or the Loodiana Sikh’s, a unit of the Bengal Army of the Honourable East India Company Forces, who were present in operations at Lucknow at some time during the period from November 1857 to March 1858. Rare to this unit.

Indian Mutiny Medal 1857-1858, 1 Clasp: Lucknow, correct engraved naming; (SEPOY NANUCKRAM REGT: OF LOODIANAH.)

Condition: some polishing, clasp slightly buckled, only Fine.

Awarded to Sepoy Nanuckram, Regiment of Loodianah - known as Gordon’s Sikhs or the Loodiana Sikh’s, a unit of the Bengal Army of the Honourable East India Company Forces, who were present in operations at Lucknow at some time during the period from November 1857 to March 1858.