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Life-saving medal; obverse
Life-saving medal. Obverse: Variant form of a Tau-Cross in shape showing a rocky shore with cliffs beyond and a turbulent sea. In the (right) foreground a young woman, in apron and shawl, faces (left) the sea and a wrecked sailing vessel, her left hand resting on a baulk of timber; before her flies a seagull. A short distance off the shore is a buoy. Reverse: Inscription.
Georges Henri Prud'homme
- Image reference: E4490-1
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London