Armistice Day bronze memorial medal issued by Great Britain in 1928. The artist was Charles Leighfield Doman and the medal features Britannia supporting a warrior.

According to David Pickup's article in the Medal, no 48, 2006, "it was suggested that Doman's design should be incorporated into the Shrine of Remembrance in Melbourne, Australia".

Obverse Description

Britannia supporting a warrior. His wrist chains are broken, and he holds a wreath in memory of fallen heroes; in the background, a sunrise; Britannia holds a sword horizontally pointing the way. Artists initials C.L.D. above the ground line on the right

Reverse Description

Cenotaph in centre, with 3 furled flags on poles. Around, THEIR NAME LIVETH FOR EVERMORE. Below, NOVEMBER 11TH. / MCMXVIII.

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