George Cross awarded to John Axon

Made:
1957 in Chapel-en-le-Frith
maker:
Royal Mint
and
Unidentified

Medal, George Cross awarded to Driver John Axon for an act of bravery at Chapel-en-le Frith in 1957. Plain silver cross on a blue ribbon. Medal has a central circular medallion in the centre, depicting Saint George slaying the dragon, surrounded by the words "For Gallantry". In the angle of each limb is the royal cypher "GVI". The medal is attached by a ring to a bar, ornamented with laurel leaves, on the ribbon.

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Details

Category:
Coins and Medals
Object Number:
1989-7242
Materials:
silver, textile
Measurements:
medal: 48 mm x 45 mm
type:
medal
taxonomy:
  • visual and verbal communication
credit:
Axon, A and M
status:
Loan

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