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Kaiser-i-Hind 1st Class Silver Gilt Medal
Kaiser-i-Hind 1st Class Silver Gilt Medal

The Kaisar-i-Hind was a medal awarded by the British monarch between 1900 and 1947, to civilians of any nationality who rendered distinguished service in the advancement of the interests of the British Raj.

  • Item Code
  • MEDR280
  • Price
  • £65.00
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The medal had three grades. The Kaisar-i-Hind Gold Medal for Public Service in India was awarded directly by the monarch on the recommendation of the Secretary of State for India. Silver and Bronze medals were awarded by the Viceroy. The medal consisted of an oval-shaped badge or decoration in gold, silver or bronze with the Royal Cipher and Monarchy on one side, and the words "Kaisar-i-Hind for Public Service in India" on the other.

Medal Mounting
This medal is supplied with a loose ribbons as it would have originally have been awarded. If you would like this medal mounted on a bar (either on its own or group mounted with other medals purchased) please select from the options below (Full-size Commemorative & Official Medals CANNOT be group mounted together):

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