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Khedive's Star For The Egypt War 1882
|Description||Awarded to Admiral of the Fleet Sir F Doveton Sturdee (1859-1925). Obverse: A five pointed star. Within a band, head of the Sphinx, three pyramids in the background. Legend: "EGYPT". Below: "Khedive of Egypt" (in Arabic letters). Reverse: the monogram of the Khedive, a crown above. No date. Awarded by the Khedive to all those who received the Egypt Medal. Fitted with a ring and bar, with floral scroll and a crescent and star in relief upon it, and blue ribbon. Mounted on a bar with six others.|
|Artist/Maker||Jenkins & Sons
|Credit||On loan to the National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London, from a Private Collection|
|Materials||organic: textile [ribbon]; metal: bronze|
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