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Dear Friends

see here a good exempl


and a copy



importen to know is that only 58 persons got this medal

Nominations du 18 d?cembre 1895

1. Augustin G.

2. Cassart F.C.

3. Cerckel E.G.V.

4. Chaltin I.M.

5. Chargois.J.R.Ch.

6. Colignon C.H.

7. Collet G.P.

8. Debock A.J.

9. Decorte E.

10. Demol H.M.J.

11. Detiege M.E.J.E.

12. Deschamps G.R.A.

13. Dhanis Bon F.E.J.M.

14. Doormex A.J.O.

15. Docquier P.M.J.

16. Dupont H.J.

17. Fiv? G.G.E.

18. Franken E.H.

19. Frees A.

20. Gillain C.C.V. (plus tard G?n?ral)

21. Hambursin P.J.A.

22. Henry J.B.L.

23. Hinck E.F.L.

24. Hinde S.L.

25. Humba

26. Jacques J.M. (plus tard G?n?ral Jacques de Dixmude)

27. Joubert

28. Lallemand A.J.L.

29. Lamers M.F.

30. Lange A.L.

31. La Marinel P.A.

32. Lemery E.J.G.

33. Long A.

34. Lothaire H.J.

35. Mahan P.F.S.

36. Michaux O.I.J.

37. Midoagn P.B.

38. Miot F.

39. Moray F.J.R.

40. Moriam? J.M.

41. Pirotte A.P.L.

42. Renier G.F.J.

43. Rom A.T.L.

44. Rue V.J.B.

45. Sandrat V.C.J.

46. Sillye A.V.M.

47. Tobback M.I.

48. Van Lint J.M.O.

49. Van Riel J.A.

Nominations du 21 janvier 1896

50. Daenen A.

Nominations du 16 octobre 1896

51 .Berth?lins C.A.H

Nominations du 23 juin 1897

52. Scheerlinck J.

53. Verhellen N.

54. Fleury Th.

55. Mohun R.D.

Nominations du 16 julillet 1911

56. Biart D.

57. Delcommune A.

58. Diderick N.

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Thanks Guy!

I have registerd for the forum but have yet to wait for the account to be "approved"

Any pointers as to the difference in original/restrike? The only difference I can see is the obvious patina/wear but this can always be "arranged"

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Just re-opening this thread, Guy gave a list of 58 Belgian recipients of the medal. I know that there were several non-Belgian recipients of the medals I was wondering whether there were any figure available for foreign recipients.


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