|Medaille du Travail
three classes - established September 9, 1948
|For:||merit required by professional integrity and quality of work, and services rendered in the organization of labor|
|Design:||oval skeletal breast badge, gold/silver/bronze, 40mm across, with suspension ribbon|
|Obverse:||statue of Visnoukan seated on a pedestal holding in the upper two of his four arms sickles, and in the bottom two a hammer on the right, and an axe on the left, surrounded with a wreath, and all incised through in the open parts of the design;|
|Ribbon:||original ribbon: 35mm; blue 3mm, yellow 2½mm, blue 2½mm, red 8mm, blue 3mm, red 8mm, blue 2½mm, yellow 2½mm, blue 3mm|
|current ribbon: yellow with one wider blue and one thin inner stripe near each edge, and a mid sized red stripe in the center, with all the classes having a rosette on the ribbon|
There are two original die varieties with minor differences. It was manufactured by Chobillion in Paris, and also perhaps in Cambodia.
The medal is not uncommon on the market.
It has been revived by the current Kingdom.
|19/1||Gold / Médaille de Vermeil / (Meday Meas)|
CM19 Labor Medal - Gold (gilt)
|19/2||Silver / Médaille d'Argent / (Meday Prak)|
CM19 Labor Medal - Silver
CM19 Labor Medal - Silver (silvered)
|19/3||Bronze / Médaille de Bronze / (Meday Samrit)|
CM19 Labor Medal - Bronze
Current Kingdom Types (re-instituted October 5, 1995)
CM19 Labor Medal - Gold - Current Type
CM19 Labor Medal - Silver - Current Type
CM19 Labor Medal - Bronze - Current Type