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Would anyone know anything about the following  medal of the ." Nat.Verbond der Koninkl.Mijen van Gedecoreerden voor Daden van Moed en Zelfopoffering "  ( on Rev)

( National Association of Royal Societies of/for Persons Decorated for Deeds / Acts of Courage and Selfsacrifice ) .

Obv shows a man carrying a Victim.Surrounding are depictions of (i) sinking ship (ii) burning building (iii) industrial plant with smokestacks 

A bronze hexagonal medal with Crown suspension above 

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On 20/11/2020 at 22:34, numis said:

Would anyone know anything about the following  medal of the ." Nat.Verbond der Koninkl.Mijen van Gedecoreerden voor Daden van Moed en Zelfopoffering "  ( on Rev)

( National Association of Royal Societies of/for Persons Decorated for Deeds / Acts of Courage and Selfsacrifice ) .

Obv shows a man carrying a Victim.Surrounding are depictions of (i) sinking ship (ii) burning building (iii) industrial plant with smokestacks 

A bronze hexagonal medal with Crown suspension above 

 

It is definitely a Belgian society that still existed in 2000 (https://www.senate.be/www/?MIval=/publications/viewTBlokDoc&DATUM='11/07/2000'&ID=33558367&TYP=combull&LANG=nl), although no web site nor information about medals for members.

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Thank you Jeff for the further information and picture

Would you ( or anyone else ) know the award criteria , period of issue  , whether still awarded / issued  ?

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