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8348. [Life-Saving Medal] Royal Life Saving Society. c.1929.

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8348. [Life-Saving Medal] Royal Life Saving Society. c.1929.

  1. [Life-Saving Medal] Extremely rare boxed bronze medal for the saving of life issued by the Royal Life Saving Society. This set is complete with bronze medal awarded to “F. M. Campbell July 1929” and bears the words around the perimiter “Quemcunque Miserum Videris Hominem”. The medal measures 30mm (1 3/16”.) The face bears an image of a swimmer rescuing another from drowning with the words around the perimiter “Royal Life Saving Society Established 1891.” inscription in the center. Making this medal even more desirable, it is in its original felt hinged box from J. A. Wylie & Co of London. A beautiful cased medal. (VG). $85.