|CM08||MEDAL OF THE CROWN|
|Medaille de la Couronne
three classes ? - established September 9, 1948
|For:||services rendered to the Crown|
|Design:||squarish breast badge, gold(/silver/bronze), 40mm across, with suspension ribbon|
|Obverse:||The Royal arms of goblet and sword, crossed leaves, cape with Royal crown, with rays from the peak, and as supporters, the elephant headed lion on the left and the lion on the right, both gripping the Royal umbrellas;|
|Ribbon:||36mm; from edge to edge six sets of blue 1mm, yellow 1mm, blue 1mm, interspersed with violet 3mm|
This medal was awarded exclusively by the King.
According to the official decrees, this was awarded in one class in gold, but silver and bronze versions examples are equally prevalent, indicating that officially or in practice it was extended to three classes.
They appear French made, and no die varieties have been noted.
The medals not infrequently appear on the market.
|8/1||Gold / Médaille de Vermeil / (Meday Meas)|
|8/2||Silver / Médaille d'Argent / (Meday Prak)|
|8/3||Bronze / Médaille de Bronze / (Meday Samrit)|