Engravable 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 Month AA Medallion 1.5" Large Challenge Coin Premium Bronze Sobriety Chip
AA Recovery Chip Antique Bronze
Large Heavy 1½” [Challenge Coin Size]
Back Has Large Space Suitable For Engraving - NOTE WE CANNOT DO ENGRAVING
Mark your month(s) of sobriety with this special AA medallion, which will serve as an amulet, warding off the evils of alcohol, a tangible reminder of the milestones reached on the road to recovery. This heavy premium bronze coin is your symbol of personal change and accomplishment, a powerful reminder of your sobriety. By accepting your limitations, embracing and working the Twelve Steps, and attending meetings regularly, you are learning the behaviors that will help you maintain your hard fought abstinence.
Comes In Month 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11
Back of Coin Says Wisdom Courage Serenity and has two Lions.
Minted in solid bronze, finished with an antique patina, and displaying the months of sobriety on the obverse, this AA Recovery Medallion is the perfect way to commemorate your current sobriety, and all the sober days ahead, in a physical, easy-to-carry way. The obverse features the words “To Thine Own Self Be True,” from Shakespeare’s Hamlet (Act 1, scene 3, 78–82), a motto that those striving for sobriety know well.
This 1.5-inch challenge coin sized medallion is larger than traditional recovery coin sizes, a more tangible reminder of your recovery. Drawing on the proud military tradition of unit challenge coins, the challenge coin size recovery medallion signifies dedication, community, and commitment. The additional tug of this slightly heavier coin will become a constant, reassuring reminder of your daily success and that you are not alone.
This item is a great gift for members of AA or other recovery programs to commemorate time of sobriety.
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