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    WW2 British Silver Royal Life Saving Society Award Of Merit A Temple

    $76 (approx conversion from £60)

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    For sale is a WW2 British Silver Hallmarked Royal Life Saving Society Award Of Merit which is engraved and was awarded to A.L.Temple in 1931. This medal is silver hallmarked for Birmingham 1930 by the silversmith J A Wylie & Co. 

      The Award of Merit, instituted in 1908, is an accepted award for advanced training, requiring a high degree of skill in life saving and watermanship. It is designed to promote the intelligent application of life saving, swimming, first aid and water safety knowledge in an emergency situation. The recipient is subjected to rigorous training to enable him to deal with the many problems which might be encountered in effecting a water rescue.   The Royal Life Saving Society UK is a drowning prevention charity founded in 1891 in the UK. It has had Royal Patronage since 1904.    The Royal Life Saving Society UK is a national charity, founded in 1891 by William Henry, with the aim of Safeguarding lives in, on and near water. The Society has more than 13,000 members in 48 branches and 170 active lifesaving and lifeguarding clubs it trains over 93% of all pool and beach lifeguards throughout the UK and Ireland.   The Society has had Royal Patronage since 1904 starting with King Edward VII. HRH Prince Michael of Kent GCVO is the current Commonwealth President of the Society. It is based in the Midlands town of Worcester, Worcestershire.   The RLSS is part of Royal Lifesaving Society Commonwealth, and the International Life Saving Federation.   This will be sent via Royal Mail 1st class signed for and dispatched within two working days.
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    Code

    14816 (MZ-42564)

    Period

    WW2

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