Medal for Saving Life from Drowning, in Silver, Type IV
Estimated market value:
Established by King Frederick VI, this medal is awarded to recognize individuals who have saved someone from drowning in the circumstance that both the rescuer and person drowning are in great danger.
If the medal is conferred twice, the additional medal is called "The Medal for Noble Deeds".
Obv: CHRISTIAN DEN NIENDE DANMARKS KONGE Rev: AF FARENS SVAELG FREMBLOMSTRER PRIIS OH LON
The Royal Mint, Copenhagen
The obverse is stamped "CONRADSEN", the reverse is stamped "I.C."
Sign in to comment and reply.