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eMedals-A Golden Military Merit Cross by Wagner to a Serving Priest

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A Golden Military Merit Cross by Wagner to a Serving Priest



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A Golden Military Merit Cross by Wagner to a Serving Priest

A Cased Golden Military Merit Cross by Wagner to a Serving Priest; Golden Military Merit Cross (often called enlisted/NCO’s Pour-le-Merite), official WWI period issue in silver gilt, bottom arm marked "938 W" (Wagner), 37.7mm(width) x 41.10mm, slightly worn, with period ribbon, in extremely fine condition; contained within fitted case of issue (case in extremely fine condition); acquired with a original photograph of the recipient wearing the award as well as an Iron Cross First Class, Seconf Class, Black Grade Wound Badge & Hindenburg Cross. The Golden Military Merit Cross was highest Prussian bravery award for enlisted soldiers and NCO’s and only about 1350 Crosses awarded during 1914-18 period, out of approximately Six million German soldiers.   
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