The India Mutiny Medal. Awarded by the East India Company (which issued a range of medals in India with and without reference to the Crown). The Indian Mutiny Medal has a nickel finish, with red and white equal striped riband. No replica clasps are available for this medal.
The Crimea War medal of 1853-1856. British and French involvement dates from 28th March, 1854, and the formal treaty of peace came into effect 1st April, 1856, hence you will sometimes see the war referred to as “the Crimean War of 1854-56.” The medal is nickel with an option for a Sebastopol clasp built into the suspender. The riband is a pale gold with a central wide stripe of pale green/grey.
The Boxer Rebellion, also known as the Third China War Medal, 1900. Awarded to mark the third China War. The medal was awarded along with three bars, Taku Forts, Defence of legations and Relief of Pekin, although two was the maximum issued with any one medal. Clasps are hard to source and regarded as too expensive for most collectors, however they can generally be sourced with notice. The medal is nickel, with a riband of gold featuring a wide central maroon stripe.
The Egypt Medal was awarded to the entire Australian contingent of some 760 infantry, artillery, ambulance and staff soldier who were sent to the Soudan War from 1882 to 1889. The medal is nickel, with a blue riband featuring two wide stripes.
The Khedives Bronze Star was awarded from 1884 to 1886 during the Sudan War of 1882-1889. A bronzed five pointed star featuring the sphinx and pyramids with a half moon and star suspender. The wide ribbon is a mid blue.