Gwalior Copper Medal

SKU: 02.IND.0183.103.01

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Attributes

  • country
    India
  • date of institution
    November 14, 1912
  • makers
    Maurya Gwalior Engraving Centre, Lashkar

History


The Gwalior Medal was established by Maharaja Rao Scindia on November 14, 1912. The Medal was presented in 3 Classes and was believed to have been awarded in recognition of war service during the First and Second World Wars. Officers, Junior Commissioned Officers, and other military personnel were eligible for the award. British foreigners may also have been eligible.

The Gwalior Copper Medal was awarded as the III Class.

The Medal features the inscription in English "FOR GOD AND GWALIOR" on the obverse suspension.

The Medal may have been issued named or made available for private engraving.

There may be additional versions of the III Class Copper Medal which vary by design or composition.

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  • Price

    $200+ USD

  • Composition

    Copper

  • Inscription

    Obv: FOR GOD AND GWALIOR

  • Size

    39mm

  • Maker

    Maurya Gwalior Engraving Centre, Lashkar

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