Choose Your Year – AA Recovery Red Tri-Plate Bronze – 1⅜” [Traditional Size]

$10.00

Mark your  year(s) of sobriety with this special 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 coin is your symbol of personal change and accomplishment, a powerful reminder of your sobriety. By acknowledging your limitations, attending regular meetings, and implementing the Twelve Steps, you appreciate the behaviors that will help you uphold your hard won abstinence.

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Is your specific time of sobriety unavailable? Whether it's 24 Hours, Months or Years, your specific time can be engraved on our Traditional Recovery Coin blanks, available here.

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Mark your  year(s) of sobriety with this special 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 coin is your symbol of personal change and accomplishment, a powerful reminder of your sobriety. By acknowledging your limitations, attending regular meetings, and implementing the Twelve Steps, you appreciate the behaviors that will help you uphold your hard won abstinence.

Look ahead to today because today is the only day you must commit to your sobriety, but also look back with satisfaction on your accomplishments. When you need to remember your pledge, let the strength of this token serve you well.

Minted in solid bronze, plated in nickel, selectively enhanced with gold, and then imbued with bold red enamel on both sides, his proof-like coin is the perfect way to observe another 365 days of sobriety. The obverse features the years of sobriety on the obverse along with the words “To Thine Own Self Be True,” found in Shakespeare’s Hamlet (Act 1, scene 3, 78–82), a motto that those endeavoring for sobriety know well. The reverse displays the AA Serenity Prayer: the refrain of AA’s sobriety 12-step program. It words read:

“God, grant me the serenity to accept the things I cannot change, courage to change the things I can, and wisdom to know the difference.”