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Women In Recovery Rainbow Medallion
One side features a hand-painted rose. The other side has the serenity prayer.
Painted Medallion Rvsd.
Premier Anniversary Medallion Gold plated or Silver Plated Special Order
1- 25 year painted center, 26 - 60 year unpainted center
*Special Shipping. See full description for details. Celebrate your achievement and commitment with a custom-created anniversary medallion. silver-plated, hand-painted and carry the message To thine own self be true along with the words Unity Recovery," and "Service.
Special Order Gold, 1 5/16", Available in Translucent Red, Blue and Black
AA Founders Painted Medallion Special Order
2 color medallions Years 1-30
*Special Shipping. See full description for details. Celebrate years of recovery with this beautiful, richly hand-colored medallion. This is a special order non-returnable item.
Custom order item
Anniversary Painted Medallion Special Order
2 & 3 color medallions Years 1-50
*Special Shipping. See full description for details. This beautiful tricolor enamel medallion features the time-honored Twelve Step program phrase "To Thine Own Self Be True," with the anniversary year and "Unity, Service, Recovery" on one side, and the Serenity Prayer on the other.
Custom order item
Bill and Bob Premier Medallion Special Order
Design Your Own Medallion
*Special Shipping. See full description for details. Celebrate your achievement and commitment with a custom-created anniversary medallion.
gold-plated medallion with Unity, Service, Recovery on one side, and Serenity prayer on the other.
Serenity Prayer Butterfly Rainbow Medallion
A lovely reminder of the rebirth recovery promises.
patriotic - a Majestic eagle with stars and stripes. Inscribed on the other side: I came with hope, worked and learned. I have a new life, a life that I've earned.
Man on the Bed Premier Medallion
Man on the Bed premier colorized medallion memorializes Bill W. and Dr. Bob meeting with Bill D. who turned out to be "AA number 3" in the Akron City Hospital in the summer of 1935.
Premier medallion with epoxy overcoat