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DAUGHTERS OF LIBERTY MEDAL SET

$35.00

This set contains the full size medal, the miniature medal, and the certificate.

The medal can be engraved for an additional $10. Please selecthttps://store.sar.org/product/engraving-service for this service.  There is only an engraving space for the Recipient's name.

The certificate can be calligraphied for an additional $4. Please selecthttps://store.sar.org/product/certificate-calligra... for this service.

A Certificate Presentation Folder can be added for an additional $1.50. Please select https://store.sar.org/product/certificate-presenta... for this item.

Precedence: 8
Year Authorized: 1992
Presented By: National Society, District or State Society. A Chapter may present this Medal only if approved by the State Society.
Approved By: NSSAR Executive Committee, District Vice President General or State Society (depending on presenting authority).

Description: The medal is gold in color, and depicts Sybil Ludington riding a galloping horse, commemorating her heroic ride of April 26, 1777, to warn of the approach of British forces and symbolizing the contribution of the many women who aided in the struggle for American independence. The medal is suspended from a drape of blue, yellow and blue bands of equal width. The medal is available in miniature. A certificate to be engrossed and presented with the medal accompanies the medal.

Summary: The Daughters of Liberty Medal may be presented to a lady recommended by any officer of a chapter, state or National Society, SAR in appreciation for her unselfish devotion, tireless efforts and assistance to the SAR, and who has dedicated her time, energy, ability and/or finances to the organization in support and furtherance of the stated objectives of the SAR. This is the highest lady’s medal and consideration in awarding this medal should be given only after the SAR Medal of Appreciation or the Martha Washington Medal has been presented.

Subsequent Presentation Authorized: A lady may receive this medal multiple times. Presentation and wear of oak leaf clusters shall follow NSSAR policy.

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