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  • Three Donat Medals; Gold, Silver and Bronze Grades
  • Three Donat Medals; Gold, Silver and Bronze Grades

Item: GB6111

Three Donat Medals; Gold, Silver and Bronze Grades

$125

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Three Donat Medals; Gold, Silver and Bronze Grades

Gold Grade: gold-coloured copper and zinc alloy with white enamels, 44.8 mm; Silver Grade: silver-coloured copper and zinc alloy with white enamels, 44.8 mm; and Bronze Grade: bronze-coloured copper and zinc alloy with white enamels, 44 mm. Un-mounted, each with its original ribbon with pinback, intact enamels, extremely fine.

Footnote: Any person not being a Member of the Venerable Order of St John, who from an appreciation of the objects or work of the Order, makes a worthy contribution to its funds or to the funds of a Priory, may be appointed by the Grand Prior, on the recommendation of the Grand Council, a Donat of the Order; or by the Prior of a Priory, on the recommendation of his Priory Chapter, to be a Donat of the Priory and thereafter, his name shall be recorded in the List of Donats of the Order which shall be maintained by the Secretary-General or, as the case may be, in the List of Donats of the Priory which shall be maintained by the proper officer of the Priory. The rights and privileges of a Donat of a Priory shall in all respects be the same as those of a Donat of the Order. The appointment of a Donat shall lapse and his name shall be deleted from the List of Donats, if he shall subsequently be admitted as a Member of the Order in any Grade. The Donat’s Badge is the Badge of the Order without the upper arm. A woman who is appointed a Donat suspends her Badge from a bow.

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