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  • A German Group of Eight
  • A German Group of Eight
  • A German Group of Eight
  • A German Group of Eight
  • A German Group of Eight

Item: G8313

A German Group of Eight


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A German Group of Eight

A German Group of Eight - WWI Iron Cross 2nd Class (iron, magnetic); Prussia: War Aid Merit Cross (war materials); Imperial: Hindenburg Cross for Non-Combatants (bronze, maker marked "C.P." on the reverse); Prussia: Military Long Service Decoration, 1st Class for 15 Years' Service (bronze gilt, 36.3 mm); Third Reich: Faithful Service Cross, 1st Class for 40 Years' Service (gilt metal and enamels, 41 mm); Wilhelm I Centenary Medal 1797-1897 (silvered bronze, 39.2 mm); Austria (Republic): WWI Commemorative Medal 1914-1918 (bronze, 36 mm, crossed bronze swords on the ribbon); and Hungary (Kingdom): WWI Commemorative Medal 1914-1918 (silvered bronze, 36.7 mm). Mounted to a suspension bar with swing bar pinback, as worn by the veteran, light contact, staining along the top edge of the ribbons, tape residue on the pinback from previous board mounting, near extremely fine.
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