Pre-WWII British 67th Punjabi INF Shooting Medal

(L) PRE WWII BRITISH 67th PUNJABI INF SHOOTING MEDAL British Army’s 67th Punjabi Infantry Regiment shooting medal. The medal is engraved on its obverse, "Best Shot Rifle (Indian Platoon) 1931" with die-struck laurels of battle honors flanking a King’s Crown, LXVII (67) in a scroll, and a rampant lion surmounting an English rose. The reverse depicts crossed rifles inside laurels. The top with a suspension bar and original yellow/black ribbon, along with crossed rifles and “37” below a Royal Victorian Crown. This medal was awarded to the regimental best shot during its annual shooting competition. (M) Medal commemorating the visit of the Prince and Princess of Wales to India, 1905-06. Obverse: Prince of Wales feathers within a garter, inscription with Royal motto and the collar of the Order of the Star of India. Surmounted by a crown.

Initials of Prince and Princess on each side. Motto: 'HONI SOIT QUI MALY PENSE'. Initials: 'G M.' Reverse: Legend and inscription: 'T. R. H. GEORGE PRINCE OF WALES INDIA 1905 - 6 & VICTORIA MARY.' 'PRINCESS OF WALES.' Small silver oval medallion with loop and suspension ring. In original red cardboard box of issue, stamped in gold with Prince of Wales feathers. (R) 1929 PRINCE OF WALES CUP SECOND GLOUCESTERSHIRE REGIMENT BY NENNES AND GOLDSMITH.