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  • An Austrian Military Order of Maria Theresia in Gold by Friedrich Rothe, Wien
  • An Austrian Military Order of Maria Theresia in Gold by Friedrich Rothe, Wien
  • An Austrian Military Order of Maria Theresia in Gold by Friedrich Rothe, Wien
  • An Austrian Military Order of Maria Theresia in Gold by Friedrich Rothe, Wien
  • An Austrian Military Order of Maria Theresia in Gold by Friedrich Rothe, Wien
  • An Austrian Military Order of Maria Theresia in Gold by Friedrich Rothe, Wien
  • An Austrian Military Order of Maria Theresia in Gold by Friedrich Rothe, Wien
  • An Austrian Military Order of Maria Theresia in Gold by Friedrich Rothe, Wien

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An Austrian Military Order of Maria Theresia in Gold by Friedrich Rothe, Wien

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An Austrian Military Order of Maria Theresia in Gold by Friedrich Rothe, Wien

Austrian Empire,; Militär-Maria-Theresien-Orden, Commander’s neck cross, in Gold and enamels, 42.65mm x 47.0mm, it weighs 24.8 grams, hallmarked on the suspension arch “FR”, “AA”, along with Gemnsenkopf hallmark for 18Kt. Gold; loop marked “AA”; a textbook WW1 period manufactured example by the official maker of this insignia “Friedrich Rothe, Wien”, no enamel chipping, in slightly worn condition, with long original neck ribbon, in extremely fine condition and very rare.

Footnote: The order was issued to honor Officers who exhibited valor or exceptional bravery in combat, and in cases of higher grades of the Order, it was awarded to Officers who made successful decisions on the battlefield which resulted in the victory or a major military accomplishment. There were three grades of the Order; Knight, Commander and the Grand Cross with Star. As a general rule, Knight’s grade was issued to junior Officers while higher grades were generally awarded to the Austrian (and later Austro-Hungarian) Officers of noble birth or high ranking military leaders; as well as to foreign Heads of State or high ranking allied Officers. Among notable foreign recipients were Russian Emperor Alexander I, German Emperor Wilhelm II, German Field Marshall Von Moltke and the British Duke of Wellington. The order in higher grades seldom appears on the market.

Accompanied by a Certificate of Authenticity produced by eMedals INC. and signed by Dr.Georg Ludwigstorff - Author of Austrian Orders and Decorations. Part 1: The Imperial-Royal Orders up to 1918. 2 Volumes  

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