Medal: Tilman medal for voyaging in high latitudes, awarded to Gerald Stanley (Gerry) Clark in 1986

Spink and Son Ltd (estab. 1666)
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The Tilman medal for voyaging in high latitudes was awarded by The Royal Cruising Club, [UK] in recognition of Gerry Clark's three year circumnavigation of the Antarctic aboard the yacht TOTORORE, 1984-86. The medal has an image of a sailing vessel on the obverse. It is in a maroon case with a baize and silk lining.
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Gerry Clark
Maker and role
Spink and Son Ltd (estab. 1666): Manufacturer
Bronze: .1 - medal
Vinyl: .2 - box
Natural Fibre: .2 - box
Measurement details
Diameter (mm): 95mm (5/16ft): .1 - medal
3D objects (HxWxD): H 135 x W 135 x D 35mm: .2 - box
Production place and notes
England, Great Britain, Europe
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Not on display
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