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  1. The Medal of Courage, Abnegation and Humanity comprises the following degrees: Gold, Silver and Copper Medal. The Gold Medal is granted to the undisputed or collectivity who renders a relativissímo service to the sea salvation or who, having been awarded twice with the silver medal, has acquired the right to the third medal of the same degree. The Silver Medal is awarded to the undivided or collectivity who provides a relevant service to the salvation of shipwrecked or who, having twice been awarded the copper medal, has acquired the right to the third medal of the same rank. The Copper Medal is consubstantiated to the undisputed or collectivity that renders important service in the salvation of shipwrecks. The medal is of the model (photo attached below) using pendant in red silk ribbon, dark green edges, 0.03mm in width. The individual bestowed with at least three gold medals of his, in substitution of one of them, a gold insignia, identical to the one of the medal and double of the size, suspended of ribbon pendent of the neck; the ribbom is identical to that of the medal, but twice the width. The right to use the medal and the insignia referred to in the previous number is granted through the respective diploma of concession. Philanthropy and dedication Medal The reward to be attributed for services prostado to the ISN that are not covered by nº 1 (Ordinance nº 310/95) same medal of philanthropy and dedication. It comprises the following degrees; medal of gold, silver and copper. The Gold Medal is awarded to the Honorary Protector, to the subscriber with 45 years consecultive of payments of monthly quotas and to the individual who has provided to the ISN services considered as relevant. The Gold Medal is awarded to the Honorary Protector, to the subscriber with 45 years consecultive of payments of monthly quotas and to the individual who has provided to the ISN services considered as relevant. The Silver medal for 30 years and the Copper Medal for 15 years. Silver medal
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    Medal to identify

    Hello. Please . could you help me identify this French medal?Medal to identify. uniface Thanks in advance. Lambert
  3. Hello Paulo I actually saw some commemorative medals 1905, with HMS Vitory in his verse. but this type I confess I did not know. Appeared to me here in Brazil in an auction house, I finished for a good price .. but I confess it was a "shot in the dark" I know nothing about it.
  4. My first post of the year! Happy 2018 to all With the effigy of Admiral Horatio Nelson and on the back stamped a battle scene. legend: "Horatio Viscount Nelson. K.B.Duke of Bronte ∙ & "Reverse: In field battle overview. Legend, above the inscription "Centenary Of The Battle Of Trafalgar Oct. 1905" in the exergue "Trafalgar. Octr. 21. 1805 ", and on the upper border" England Expects Every Man Will of His Duty ". In golden bronze. . Diameter: 30 mm. all comments are welcome. Regards Lambert
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    Medal to identify

    Hello Bilco Yes, you can show in other forums. I'll send the photos by email Lambert
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    Gallipoli Star (real or fake)

    Hello everyone Thank you very much for the comments. Cheers Lambert
  7. It's a fantastic collection! Thank you for showing. I particularly liked the way the medals were displayed. Lambert
  8. Hello Bilco Thanks for answering. It really does have a lot of resemblance to my medal, but the details are not as thin as the one you showed. Could it be a copy of a private production? Best wishes Lambert
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    ribbon for identify

    I'll try, what kind of pin does this ribbon have ?? could you show up?
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    ribbon for identify

    Any other clues? any inscription on the back of the Ribbon?
  11. Hello everyone. I am interested in this Silesian eagle 1st Class, but I have doubts whether it is original or a copy .. Let me know your views on it. Thanks in advance. Lambert
  12. Yes it's right. This is mine .. but it does not have the Iron Cross.
  13. I'm in doubt how to do this? There seems, but is very dirty. Lambert
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    Different medal

    Hello everyone. What can you tell me about this medal? hank you very much in advance Lambert
  15. I'd leave it as it is. Just clean it better.
  16. Yes, 75.00 $ is very cheap for an original Vic Cuba, do not say that this could not happen because it happened to me, I acquired rare Vics with an excellent price. But it is good to be sure that it is really original or an original variant of the same era. Here I rescued the advertisement and seller of my Cuban copy. http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/COPY-of-full-size-CUBA-WWI-VICTORY-Medal-/282583134936?hash=item41cb4472d8:g:FSoAAOSwUKxYZRd6 "and this seems to be the first time I've been fooled. " This sometimes happens, serves as learning. Good luck! Lambert
  17. I have a MV Cuba that I bought on Ebay.uk. Sold as a copy (in Copper) that exactly matches the one in your post, is the same mold, with the same defects. look here. The right is mine.
  18. The edges of Vic Cubana are not irregular like these. Could you get photos of the sides of the medal? Photos like this: Disregard the marks .. I want to see if the edges are regular Lambert
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