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Germany, Imperial. A Group of First War Period Medals

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Germany, Imperial. A Group of First War Period Medals

(Erster Krieg Abzeichen). A group of three First War period medals, including a medal bar featuring a 1914 Iron Cross Second Class, presenting as a Cross Pattée of multi-piece construction with a blackened iron core (magnetic) within a ribbed silver border, on loop for suspension from its period original ribbon, the obverse with a raised central “W”, with the re-institution date “1914” in raised numbering on the lower arm, and the royal crown on the upper arm; the reverse with a central oak leaf branch consisting of three oak leaves, with the original institution date “1813” in raised numbers on the lower arm, a raised Prussian crown on the upper arm, with “FW” in raised lettering directly below, unmarked, measuring 42.90 (w) x 47.77 mm (h), in very fine condition and; an Honour Cross of the World War 1914/1918, constructed of bronzed magnetic metal, on loop for suspension from its period original ribbon, maker marked on reverse “R.V., Pforzheim”measuring 38 mm (w) x 38 (h), in near extremely fine condition, on an 80 mm-long bar with horizontal pinback, in good condition; an Oldenburg Friedrich August Cross, Second Class, constructed of bronzed magnetic metal, on loop for suspension from its period original ribbon, unmarked, measuring 40 mm (w) x 44 mm (h), in very fine condition, and; a Friedrich August Cross stick pin, constructed of bronze, measuring 9 mm (w) x 9 mm (h) with a 50 mm-long needle, in very fine condition.
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