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Albert Medal Sea - 1st Class (Gold)

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£395.00
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The Albert Medal was instituted on 7th March 1866 and named in memory of the Prince Consort who had died in 1861. The Land version of the awards was established in 1877.

In 1949 this medal was abolished and relaced by the George Cross. Just 45 1st Class Land awards were made.

This replica is hand made in the same manner as the original awards and is finished in 24ct gold plating and vitreous enamelsåÊand as suchåÊplease allow four weeks for delivery. The reverse bears the inscription "Manufactured for display purposes" and the year of manufacture.

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  • Please be aware that all of our frames and cases are handmade to order and will take up to 28 for delivery. We can however work to a tight deadline, simply let us know and we will be happy to oblige.
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Our team of tailors work tirelessly to mount medals court or swing style to the exacting standards required by our British Armed Forces. 

  • Swing Mounting - medals are sewn onto a brooch bar and swing freely from the bar ready to wear. This method of mounting is typically used for mounting World War 1 & World War 2 medals.
  • Court Mounting - medals are sewn to a back board of corresponding ribbons with a pin brooch across top and held rigid so not to swing and hit against each other. This is the method of mounted adopted by todays armed forces.
  • StayBright - you can opt to have your medals coated with a stay bright coating to protect them from tarnishing.

Please contact us for any further information you require or visit our Medal Mounting collection here.