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These are VERY dated, but in case you get no other responses, it's a start. The Parentheses entries are my best recollection of where they are in the city, but it's more than 20 years ago.  I've heard that the supply of old British medals has really dried up.  

Devichand, Delhi (Connaught Circus)  Ribbons, replacement medals

Satish Kumar, Delhi (Gole Market?)

Curio Centre, Delhi (In a small market area named "something" Nagar?)

Army Equippers, Delhi (Connaught Circus?) Ribbons, replacement medals

Good luck!

H

 

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Hi Cazack,

Following are a few good contacts

1. Goga jain from Gole market near to Connought place.

2. Army Equippers can be a good option for ribbons (no medals) provided owner is in good mood.

3. Rakesh Jain from Manidhari Jewellers near to Gurudwara chandani  Chowk

4. Vijay Kumar near to Sikh museum chandani Chowk

5. GD Verma & Sons chandani Chowk for ribbons.

I hope you will find this helpful.

Thanks

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