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  • Austria, Empire. A Marksmanship Performance Badge of the KuK Artillery for First Gunners
  • Austria, Empire. A Marksmanship Performance Badge of the KuK Artillery for First Gunners
  • Austria, Empire. A Marksmanship Performance Badge of the KuK Artillery for First Gunners
  • Austria, Empire. A Marksmanship Performance Badge of the KuK Artillery for First Gunners

Item: EU16687

Austria, Empire. A Marksmanship Performance Badge of the KuK Artillery for First Gunners

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Austria, Empire. A Marksmanship Performance Badge of the KuK Artillery for First Gunners

In bronzed tombac, illustrating crossed cannons backed by a target and surmounted by the Austrian crown, all within an open-ended wreath of laurel leaves, measuring 45.7 mm in diameter, intact clip, scattered bronzing wear on the obverse, surface rust on the reverse, very fine.

 

Footnote: This was instituted in 1888 by Kaiser Franz Joseph, while in 1913 a similar badge, with the Hungarian crown, was adopted for the Hungarian Artillery.

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