India General Service Medal  Hazara 1891 2347 Sepoy Phagga Singh 28th Bl Infy    £200

India Medal (Bronze)  Punjab Frontier 1897-98  369 Multr. Rajwha. 2d Q.O.Bl. Lt. Infy.   £120  
Muleteer. 20th Que
ens Own Bengal Light Infantry.

                India Medal (Bronze) Punjab Frontier 1897-98 / Tirah 1897-98  Pte. Servt. Ac Krishtnasawammy  £155  
Medal roll shows a Private Servant Krisna Sawmy serving with the 1st Battalion Dorsets in the campaign and entitled to both clasps.
India Medal  Punjab Frontier 1897-98/Samana 1897/Tirah 1897-98  754 Sepoy Mara Khan Militia  £150

Victory Medal  164 S. SMITH KAIM, 103 P.BY.                                £30
Shoeing Smith with 3rd (Peshawar) Pack Battery.

India General Service Medal  North West Frontier 1930-31 48 W-CARR. NANAK SINGH, 4-11 SIKH R.   £65  
Afghanistan Medal Kandahar  Sowar Saifoodin 3rd Punjab Cavy  £160
Sowar = Trooper, 3rd Punjab Cavalry.
Afghanistan Medal     BHISHTI RAHDOO 27TH P.N.I.    £100
A water carrier serving with the 27th Punjab Native Infantry.  

Colonel Alfred Lucian Phillips
Indian Army
India General Service Medal (1854-95) Chin-Lushai 1889-90    Lieut. A.L. Phillips. S.C.
1914 Star         COL. A.L. PHILLIPS
British War       COL. A.L. PHILLIPS
Victory Medal   COL. A.L. PHILLIPS
Colonel Alfred Lucian Phillips was born on 24 March 1861 in Bombay, he was commissioned from the Royal Military College into the Dorsetshire Regiment in January 1881, and later admitted to the Indian Staff Corps on 1 July that year, advanced to Assistant Commissariat Officer in the Lushai Column and qualified for the 1903 and 1911 Delhi Durbar medals where he was serving as Colonel of Supply and Transport, 8th Division. He retired from service in 1913 but reengaged for service out the outbreak of WWI and went to France on 16 September 1914, after the war Phillips retired from service and resided in Milverton, Weston Park, Bath and died on 7 December 1940. His son, Alfred Jerome Lucian Phillips, went into the Royal Navy and won the DSO during the sinking of the Bismark; he retired as a Rear-Admiral.
Group of Four: £650

India General Service Medal 1908  North West Frontier 1935  8903 SEPOY SHER ZAMAN. 4-16 PUNJAB R.  £45  SOLD
4th Battalion were the 9th Bhopal Infantry.

1914-18 Victory Medal

2780 SEPOY SULTAN ALI, 20 INFY.              £15
1585 SEPOY HASSAN SHAH, 1-22 PJBIS.      £15
2752 SEPOY MOHD KHAN. 1-26 PJBS.          £15
1020 SEPOY MARDAN ALI, 53 SIKHS.           £15
3517 SEPOY SAJAWAL KHAN, 72 PJBIS          £15     
4272 SEPOY SAMUNDER KHAN, 1-89 PJBIS.    £15
2476 SEPOY MUHOL WALI, 1-89 PJBIS.         £15     

2382 SEPOY BAGH ALI, 90 PJBIS.                 £15

3247 SEPOY NAINAB KHAN, 92 PJBIS.            £15
3345 SEPOY KASHAM KHAN, 92 PJBIS.          £15
3247 SEPOY NAWAB KHAM, 92 PJBIS.            £15


4283 SEPOY FAMAN KHAN, 93 INFY.              £15
4558 SEPOY NUR HUSSAIN, 1-113 INFY.           £15    
1765 SPR. KAMAR DIN, RY. BN. S&M.             £15

Indian Overseas Service Badge  pin on back.  £20

1939/45 War Medal  91333 L/NK. GURBAKHSH SINGH, BOMBAY S.&M.GP.   £12
1939/45 War Medal  3929279 SHAKI CHAND                                         £12
1939/45 War Medal  MTS/807468 SEP. SHEO LAL, R.I.A.S.C. (M.T.)           £12

1939/45 War Medal  180639 SWEEPER HALIDI.                                              £10 naming rubbed, unit erased  

Pakistan Independence Medal  NAZIR AHMAD F.C. 8087                                   £10

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