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eMedals-Austria, Republic. A 1957 Issue Medal Bar with Awards

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Austria, Republic. A 1957 Issue Medal Bar with Awards

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Austria, Republic. A 1957 Issue Medal Bar with Awards

Medal Bar includes: Germany, Federal Republic. A Iron Cross, II Class. An iron cross paty constructed of silver with an iron core, the obverse bearing “1813” on the 6 o’clock arm, the reverse bearing a central swastika and “1939” on the 6 o’clock arm, measuring 43.66 mm (w) x 44.17 mm (h), with suspension ring, on a red triangular ribbon with white and black stripes, very fine. Austria, Republic. A Veterans Commemorative Honour Cross 1939-1945. (Osterreich Ehrenkreuz). A bronze iron cross paty with a laurel wreath situated between the arms and two crossed upward-pointing swords, the obverse centre bears a helmet, the 12 o’clock arm bears the date “1939”, the 6 o’clock arm bears the date “1945”, the arms read “FUR HEIMAT UND VOLK” (FOR HOME AND PEOPLE), the reverse is plain, measuring 43.33 mm (w) x 45.90 mm (h), with suspension ring on red and white triangular ribbon, very fine. An Austrian Land Association Vienna Association Medal. (Österreichischer landesverband wien kameradschaftsbund). A circular medal constructed of gilded bronze, the obverse centre bears a shield with a solid stripe in the centre, circumscribed with “Österreichischer landesverband wien kameradschaftsbund” (Austrian Land Association Vienna Association), the obverse bears a wreath tied with a ribbon at the bottom with “Für besondere Verdienste” (For Special Services) in the centre, measuring 35.85 mm (w) x 38.81 mm (h), with suspension ring on a red and white triangular ribbon, very fine. A Cross of Honour of the Austrian Black Cross, II Class (Osterreichishe Schwarz Kreuz). Instituted 5 April 1968. A leopold cross paty constructed of bronze with a wreath between the arms, the obverse centre bears a red enamel shield with a white enamel horizontal centre stripe with gilt “OSK” in the centre, the reverse is plain, measuring 47.65 mm (w) x 49.20 mm (h), with suspension ring on a red and white triangular ribbon, very fine. A Twenty-Five Year Service Medal with the Austrian Comrades Association Medal. A circular medal constructed of silver-plated alloy, the obverse centre bearing the inscription “25” encompassed by a wreath tired with a ribbon at the bottom, the reverse centre bears a shield with an eagle on the left and horizontal stripes on the right circumscribed with “Oft Kameradschaftsbund Landesverband Ob. Oft”, measuring 35.71 mm (w) x 3.70 mm (h), with suspension ring on red and yellow ribbon, very fine. A Medal for Exceptional Service in the Austrian Comrades Association Burgenland Division. A circular medal constructed of gilded bronze, the obverse centre bears the inscription “Für besondere verdienste” (For special services) encompassed by a wreath tied with a ribbon at the bottom, the reverse centre bears a shield with a crowned eagle in the centre circumscribed with “Landes Kameradschaftsbund Burgenland”, measuring 35.70 mm (w) x 38.68 mm (h), with suspension ring on a red and yellow triangular ribbon, very fine.

Badges & Awards Include: Germany, Republic. A Wound Badge, Silver Grade, (Verwundetenabzeichen). Instituted 3 March 1918. An ovular medal constructed of silver plated brass, the obverse centre bears a helmet superimposed over two upwards-facing crossed swords, encompassed by a laurel wreath tied with a ribbon at the bottom, the background is pebbled, the reverse is plain bearing a vertical pinback, measuring 36.82 mm (w) x 44.27 mm (h), very fine. Germany, Federal Republic. An Infantry Assault Badge, 1957 Issue. (Infanterie Sturmabzeichen). 1957 Issue. An oval badge constructed of silver-plated alloy, the obverse centre bears a northwest pointing rifle superimposed over a wreath of oak leaves tied with a ribbon at the bottom, the background is cut out, the reverse is plain and bears a vertical pinback, measuring 46.52 mm (w) x 55.46 mm (h), weighing 31.3 g, very fine. Austria. Steiermark Warrior League Cross. (Österreichische Kameradschaftsbund Kreuz). A leopold cross paty constructed of bronze with black enamels on the arms, an oak leaf wreath lays between the arms, the obverse centre bears the coat of arms of Steiermark (Styria) in gilt and green, red and white enamels, the reverse is plain and bears a vertical pinback, measuring 51.09 mm (w) x 51.09 mm (h), weighing 31 g, very fine. Germany, Federal Republic. A Close Combat Clasp. 1957 Issue. (Nahkampfspange). Instituted 25 November 1942. 1957 Issue. A clasp constructed of silver-plated alloy, the obverse centre bears a crossed bayonet and hand grenade superimposed on a black background within a square frame, oak leaves protrude from the left and right sides, measuring 96.72 mm (w) x25.53 mm (h), very fine. A Pair of RIbbon Bars. A five-place ribbon bar with an Austrian Veterans Commemorative Honour Cross 1939-1945, an Austrian Land Association Vienna Association Medal, a Cross of Honour of the Austrian Black Cross, a Twenty-Five Year Service Medal with the Austrian Comrades Association Medal, and a Medal for Exceptional Service in the Austrian Comrades Association Burgenland Division; A five-place ribbon bar with an Iron Cross 1939, an Iron Cross, a Close Combat Badge I Class, an Army Close Combat Badge, and a Wound Badge II Class, very fine.

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