Beautiful & Heavy 14K Gold NY State Fire Fighters Valor Medal Awarded in 1969 to James F. Jerge

Beautiful & Heavy 14K Gold NY State Fire Fighters Valor Medal Awarded in 1969 to James F. Jerge

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THANK YOU ALL Very Much for the Orders that came in while we were on the road, we are processing them as quickly as possible! We are Currently BACK IN THE OFFICE so NOW IS THE TIME TO BUY, as we are FULLY OPERATIONAL and ABLE TO SHIP until Further Notice, our Show Travel is over until January 2022 for The Porky Police & Fire Memorabilia Collectors Show in Claremont California on January 15th.

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ARTIFACT: Beautiful and heavy 14K gold New York State Fire Fighters Valor Medal by Dieges and Clust that was awarded in 1969 to Fireman James F. Jerge of Ladder Co. 6. The center shows the initials "H&M" and surrounding it reads: "NEW YORK STATE HOTEL & MOTEL ASSOCIATION, INC.", "THE FRANK W. KRIDEL MEDAL", "NEW YORK STATE FIRE FIGHTERS ASS'N" in nice, high relief lettering. The outer edge is embellished with wreath details and the top features a bar that reads: "FOR VALOR". The reverse is bright and shows the engraving: "FIREMAN JAMES F. JERGE LADDER CO 6 1969". The planchet is suspended from a red silk ribbon; the planchet alone weighs 40.4 dwt or 2.02 troy ounces.

VINTAGE: Circa 1969.

SIZE: Approximately 4-3/4" x 1-3/4" total; Ribbon: 2-1/8" x 1-5/8"; Planchet: 2-1/8" x 1-3/4".

MATERIALS / CONSTRUCTION: 14K gold (40.4 dwt or 2.02 troy ounces), silk ribbon, brass pinback.

ATTACHMENT: Horizontal pin with drop in locking catch.


ITEM NOTES: This is from a fire fighting and rescue collection which we will be listing more of over the next few months. CON-RJK-25-16 LBCGEX6/16 SLAIJJX6/17 TLBGIEX10/13/20 SBJEJX11/07/20

CONDITION: 7+ (Very Fine+): The medal shows minor to moderate surface wear, the ribbon has faded with time and perhaps shows light ink pen marks, the gold remains bright with light, beautiful patina, overall very fine condition.

GUARANTEE: As with all my artifacts, this piece is guaranteed to be original, as described.