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  • A First War German Imperial Miniature Medal Chain by Godet
  • A First War German Imperial Miniature Medal Chain by Godet
  • A First War German Imperial Miniature Medal Chain by Godet
  • A First War German Imperial Miniature Medal Chain by Godet
  • A First War German Imperial Miniature Medal Chain by Godet
  • A First War German Imperial Miniature Medal Chain by Godet
  • A First War German Imperial Miniature Medal Chain by Godet

Item: G20640

A First War German Imperial Miniature Medal Chain by Godet

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A First War German Imperial Miniature Medal Chain by Godet

Of the highest quality and period miniatures - Wound Badge, Silver Grade (silver, German crown hallmarked and marked "900" (silver) on the reverse, 15.5 mm x 19 mm); Saxony: Albert Order without Swords (silver and enamels, 16.2 mm x 19.5 mm); Bavaria: Military Merit Order of St. Michael, 4th Class without Swords (silver and enamels, 19 mm x 21.5 mm); Imperial: Hindenburg Cross for Combatants (bronze, 15.8 mm); Mecklenburg-Schwerin: Military Merit Cross 1914 (bronze, 17.8 mm); and Prussia: Iron Cross 2nd Class (silver with black paint, iron core, magnetic, 18 mm). Suspended from a 97 mm long chain, a 36 mm long stickpin at one end and a 16.8 mm gilt buttonhole attachment at the other, the attachment maker marked "Godet Berlin", enamel chipping on the centrepiece rings on the Albert Order, light contact, better than very fine.
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