Stunning memorabilia coin to remember the Pro Patria medal cast in antique bronze – this is a LIMITED EDITION set of ONLY 50 numbered coins of which you are now able to purchase no 8.
The Pro Patria medal was awarded for service in preventing or suppressing terrorism or, from 1977, in defence of South Africa, during the Border War between 26 August 1966 and 21 March 1990. Qualifying service was 55 (originally 60) days in an operational area, or being involved in combat or a skirmish, or being wounded or killed in action.
A gold-coloured octagonal bronze medal, displaying a golden aloe flower on a blue roundel (obverse). A clasp inscribed “Cunene” was issued for the 1975-76 Angola campaign.
– the coin is numbered on the front and has a surface on the back to add personalised engraving. The numbering is laser engraved on the front in the outlines of the castle emblem in the format of 1..50 on the left hand side and 50 on the right hand side.