Order Number 1829
SUDAN MEDAL NAMED TO: 3072. PTE. E. RUSSEL. 2/RIFLE. BDE.
Looks like original ribbon.
Order Number: 1847
SUDAN MEDAL NAMED TO:
6160. PTE. JOHN. W. MCLEAN. 1st BATTALION . GRENADIER GUARDS.
ENTITLED TO KHEDIVES SUDAN (WITH KHARTOUM BAR)
Comes with a copy of the roll and research.
Order Number: 1837
SUDAN MEDAL NAMED TO: 6538. PTE. F. SUMMERSBY. 1/GRENADIER GUARDS.
Comes with copy of the roll.
Order Number: 1840
A GREAT COMBINATION OF CAMPAIGN CLASPS. // EGYPTIAN INFANTRY
KHEDIVE'S SUDAN MEDAL.
FOUR CLASPS: SUDAN 1897, THE ATBARA, KHARTOUM & NYAM NYAM (SCARCE CLASP).
The majority of medals awarded to the Egyptian forces over the years have been melted down.
Order Number: 1842
SCARCE to a DRUMMER //
KHEDIVE'S SUDAN medal named: 4173. DRUMMER. J. MORRIS. 2nd. LANCS.
Order Number: 1845
SUDAN MEDAL NAMED TO: 4671: DRUMMER. J. CAMPBALL. 1/SEAFORTH HIGHLANDERS
Khedive’s Sudan Medal, with the following clasps: Firket, Hafir, Sudan 1897, Abu Hamed, The Atbara, Khartoum and Sudan 1899 clasps Identified on rim to 9^V <---- 11b, which translates as (soldier) 987 11th Battalion, Sudanese Infantry. This medal has been named in the style of the 11th Sudanese Regt. Khedive's Sudan Medal 1896 -1908 Instituted 12th February 1897 on the approval Abbas Hilmi Pasha, Khedive of Egypt, this medal was initially to commemorate the re-conquest of the Dongola province in 1896, with the clasps Firket and Hafir included in the original army order (No. 43). Later army orders extended it to cover battles and actions up to 1908 which were commemorated with a further 13 clasps issued in bilingual English/Arabic. Description: Produced in silver and bronze 39mm diameter. Obverse: the Arabic inscription "Abbas Hilmi the Second" and the year “1314" (Anno Hegirae). Reverse: A tablet inscribed in Arabic "The Re-conquest of the Sudan 1314" supporting a trophy of arms. Over this is a centrally positioned oval shield decorated with stars and crescents - in the background is a display of lances and flags.