Antique French St Georges Medal Pendant
This heptagon medal was made in the early 20th century, circa 1920. It features St Georges slaying the Dragon. It is written Sanctus Georgius. It is signed G Rabier on the bottom. Gaston Rabier was a medallist in Paris circa 1920.
The back depicts a knight’s helmet with a sword and laurels leaves. It is written in latin Eques Equitum which means the knight. There is the cypher of the maker GR and a plain gold tag where a name or a date can be engraved.
Please note the chain is not included
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Metal: 18kt yellow gold
Condition: Very Good
Hallmarks: French, the eagle’s head
And the maker’s mark
Signature: G Rabier
Dimensions: Height: 22.80mm / 0.89in
Length: 19.38mm / 0.76in