Female Friendly Society medal, Stone

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Date:1819

Description:Medallion commemorating the establishment of Stone Female Friendly Society. Obverse: 'STONE FEMALE FRIENDLY SOCIETY ESTABLISHED A.D. 1819'. Beehive surrounded by bees with flowers growing at each side.
Reverse: 'I WAS SICK AND YE VISITED ME / S. MATTHEW 23 C. 38V'. Sick person in bed with visitor kneeling by the side and angel overhead.


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Donor ref:66.136.0026 (37/24622)

Source: Staffordshire Museum Service

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