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Austria, Empire. Four First War Badges

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Austria, Empire. Four First War Badges

Germany, Imperial: Generalfeldmarschall Hindenburg Commemorative Badge 1914-1916 (in silvered die-stamped zinc, obverse illustrating the bust of Generalfeldmarschall Paul von Hindenburg within a circular frame, the frame backed by an upward-pointing sword and leafing, surrounded by the inscription "GENERALFELDM. von HINDENBURG" and dated "1914 1916" above, reverse maker marked "BRÜDER SCHNEIDER WIEN V.", measuring 33 mm (w) x 40.3 mm (h), vertical pinback);

Austria, Empire: Army Christmas in the Fields Badge 1914 (in die-stamped bronze gilt, illustrating the right-facing bust of Franz Joseph I, with an open-ended wreath below bearing the Roman numeral "I", inscribed "WEIHNACHTEN" to the left, "IM FELDE 1914." to the right and "ARMEE" below, engraver marked "G. GURSCHNER" below the bust, measuring 26.2 mm (w) x 40.5 mm (h), vertical pinback);

Austria, Empire: 4th Army Christmas in the Fields Badge 1917 (in silvered zinc, obverse illustrating a bell bearing the number "4." and suspended within a peaked shelter, the shelter surmounted by a cross, inscribed "WEIHNACHTEN IM FELDE 1917" below, backed by sprigs of laurel leaves, reverse maker marked "WINTER & ADLER A.G. WIEN", measuring 29.5 mm (w) x 42.5 mm (h), vertical pinback);

Hungary, Kingdom: Defence of Hungary Badge 1917 (in silvered zinc, illustrating the left-facing bust of Empress Zita of Austria as Queen of Hungary, surrounded by the inscription "ZÁSZLÓNKHOZ TÖRHETETLENÜL HŰEN FELSÉGES ANYJÁHOZ HERVADHATLAN KEGYELETTEL", inscribed "EGYES HONVÉD" between the bust and the Hungarian shield below, engraver marked "BERAN LAJOS 1917" to the left of the bust, measuring 34.5 mm (w) x 47.5 mm (h), safety pin attachment).

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