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This medal is a miniature medal and only available to recipients of the full sized Liberty Medal.

Precedence: 24
Year Authorized: 1987
Presented By: National Society
Approved By: Executive Director

Description: The medal is struck in bronze and depicts a bust of the Statue of Liberty on the obverse. The medal is suspended from a gold ribbon and may be worn at any SAR event.

Summary: The Liberty Medal commemorates the restoration of the Statue of Liberty, reminds us of our liberty and is presented for recruiting new members to the SAR. Presentation will take place at the Annual Congress; however, if a recipient is not present, it will be mailed to him. It is awarded to:
1. Anyone who has received the Florence Kendall Award at or before the Tampa Congress of 1986.
2. Any SAR member who after March 31, 1986, signed as first-line sponsor, the membership application of ten new members. For the purposes of this award, the person's name signed as the first-line sponsor should be the person who recruited the new member, and it should not be the name of an officer of a state society or a chapter, or any other person, who did no more than receive the application in the course of his official duties then append his signature as first-line sponsor, and forward the application to the National Society for processing.

New Member Defined: A new member is defined as an individual who was not previously an SAR member, but whose membership application the National Society has approved.

Subsequent Presentation Authorized: A Compatriot may receive this medal multiple times. A bronze oak leaf cluster may be presented for each additional ten (10) new members sponsored by a Liberty Medal holder as a first-line sponsor. A recipient of ten bronze oak leaf clusters may be presented a silver oak leaf cluster to wear in lieu of the bronze clusters. A recipient of ten silver oak leaf clusters may be presented a gold oak leaf cluster to wear in lieu of the silver clusters.

Special Arrangement of Oak Leaf Clusters: Oak leaf clusters are displayed on the ribbon of the medal. If more than one oak leaf cluster has been awarded they should be arranged, as nearly as possible, like the stars on the Betsy Ross flag, with gold or silver clusters, if any, occupying the upper and dexter places of honor (the right of the wearer).

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