The Medal of Noble Deeds

The Medal of Noble Deeds is award to people who preform a noble deed is an admirable action that usually involves selflessness, compassion and a desire to do good that goes above and beyond what a reasonable person would do in a similar situation. A noble deed can be used to help others in need or as a sacrifice made for a specific cause or project. It may be an action done without regard to the safety of oneself or in the aid of another.  Or, said another way, a noble deed can be defined as an action or performance that is done according to high moral standards. Such actions can include aiding the sick or impoverished, selfless acts or random acts of kindness. These kinds of deeds can be performed anywhere by anyone.

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The Front of the Medal

The front of the Noble Deeds medal shows the crown of the sovereign princess over the Princess's Cipher which means: Cedrus I Reigns. 

 

It is hung to a party per pale ribbon of emerald green and white.

 

The  ribbon drape is made of high quality materials and the medal itself  is crafted using the finest medals by an expert jeweler.

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The Back of the Medal

The back of the Noble Deeds Medal features a wreath on both sides with the words in Danish translated to English saying "For Noble Deeds." 

 

It is hung to a party per pale ribbon of emerald green and white.

 

The  ribbon drape is made of high quality materials and the medal itself  is crafted using the finest medals by an expert jeweler.

Official Description of the Medal

The The Medal of Noble Deeds is a silver disk, 1.25 inches in diameter. The obvthe Royal Cypher "CIR", surmounted by a large crown of the Principality of the Northern Forests. There is a raised rim and legend in Danish which translates to "The Principality of the Northern Forests".

The reverse shows he legend around the edge with a wreath on both sides. The medal was designed by the Royal Household with the assistance of the Princess of the Northern forestsThe party per pale  of emerald green and white ribbon is 1.25 inches (32 mm) wide, with 5⁄64 inch (2 mm). Ladies who are awarded the Medal of Noble Deeds, can wear it on their left shoulder with the ribbon tied in the form of a bow if they so choose to or in a Court Mounted Chest Plate when in uniform.