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Germany, Imperial. A Lot of Imperial German Medals

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Germany, Imperial. A Lot of Imperial German Medals

(Deutsches Reich Abzeichen). A group of four Imperial German medals, including a 1914 Iron Cross II Class, constructed of iron and silver, on loop for suspension from its period original ribbon, consisting of a Cross Pattée with a magnetic iron core within a ribbed silver frame, the obverse with a central initial “W”, the six o’clock arm with a reinstitution date of “1914”, the twelve o’clock arm with a royal crown, the reverse with three central oak leaves, the six o’clock arm with an initial institution date of “1813”, unmarked, measuring 43.53 mm (w) x 47.16 mm (h), weighing 18.3 grams, in better than very fine condition.

A Friedrich August Medal for Non-Combatants, constructed of bronze, on loop for suspension from its period original ribbon, unmarked, measuring 28.08 mm in diameter, weighing 10.8 grams, in near extremely fine condition.

A First War Württemberg Medal for Merit, constructed of silver, on loop for suspension, unmarked, measuring 28.25 mm in diameter, weighing 13.3 grams, in near extremely fine condition.

A Prussian 25-Year Long Service Cross, constructed of gilded bronze, on loop for suspension, unmarked, measuring 36.21 mm (w) x 40.16 mm (h), weighing 9.1 grams, in extremely fine condition.

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