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Germany. Two Imperial Awards


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Germany. Two Imperial Awards

An Imperial 10-Year Long Service Stick Pin, constructed of silvered and gilt bronze, as well as red, white, and black enamels; on a 58 mm long knurled needle pin; measuring 25 mm x 26 mm; in overall very fine condition.


An example of a Hamburg-America Line badge, ca. 1911; in gilt bronze and black and white enamels; vertical pinback; measuring 25 mm in diameter; in overall extremely fine condition.


Footnote: The Hamburg-Amerikanische Packetfahrt Actien Gesellschaft (Hamburg-American Line) was established in Germany on 1847, serving as one of the world’s largest shipping companies, driven by German immigration to the United States, and later, immigration from Eastern Europe.

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