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eMedals-Prussia, Kingdom. A II East Prussia, Regiment No.7 King Wilhelm I Grenadier Regiment Officer's Pickelhaube Plate, c.1900

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Prussia, Kingdom. A II East Prussia, Regiment No.7 King Wilhelm I Grenadier Regiment Officer's Pickelhaube Plate, c.1900

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Prussia, Kingdom. A II East Prussia, Regiment No.7 King Wilhelm I Grenadier Regiment Officer's Pickelhaube Plate, c.1900

In die stamped bronze fire gilt, featuring a left facing eagle with banner spanning wingspan with the inscription “Mit Gott für Koenig und Vaterland/With God for King and Country”, a separately affixed banner "22 Marz 1797" which was awarded on March 22 1897, with two screw posts on reverse with nuts, measuring 16 cm from wingtip to wingtip, with loss of fire gilt, remains near very fine.
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