The Egypt Medal (1882-1889), also called the Egyptinan Medal, was awarded for the military actions involving the British Army during the 1882 Anglo-Egyptian War.
There were two versions of the medal, the first ones were the ones issued during 1882 which had "1882" engraved below the spinx. The second version was the same but without the "1882" engraving.
All recipients of the Egypt Medal were also eligible for one of the four Khedive's Star. On the front of the medal, the recipient's number, rank, name and regiment are engraved on the edge. On the reverse side, the Sphinx on a pedestal with the word "EGYPT" above.