Afghanistan 1878-80 Medal & George V Special Constabulary Long Service Medal (Great War 1914-18) - Sgt. O. Kingdon, 6th Dragoon Guards

  • Product Code: MM-3342
  • Regiment: 6th (Carabiniers) Dragoon Guards
  • Availability:1

  • Price: £295.00

An Afghan War and SC Long Service medal pair to 1120 Sergeant Oiver Kingdon, 6th (Carabiniers) Dragoon Guards. 

Afghanistan 1878-80 Medal named to 1120 Sgt. O. Kingdin. 6th D. Gds. 
George V Special Constabulary Long Service Medal (with The Great War 1914-18 clasp) named to Oliver Kingdon 

The medals are in good condition and are swing mounted for wear. 

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Tags: Military Medals, Campaign Medals, Victorian Medals, British Medals, Long Service Medals, 6th Dragoon Guards, Carabiniers

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