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Six First War Period German Imperial Items


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Six First War Period German Imperial Items

Description: Wilhelm II Commemorative Cross (blackened aluminum, unmarked, right-facing bust of Kaiser Wilhelm II in the centre, inscribed on the arms "WILH. II / DEUTSCH. / KAISER / K G. v. PREUSS.", 32 mm x 35.5 mm); Miniature Commemorative Iron Cross 1914 (bronze with black enamels, unmarked, inscribed "1914 / DEUTSCHLAND / VORAN", 15.2 mm x 15.5 mm, horizontal pinback, crazing and chipping evident in the enamels); 19th Wurttemberg Federal Day at Ellwangen Commemorative Medal 1908 (aluminum, obverse illustrating the right-facing bust of King Wilhelm II, engraver marked "W. VOLK STUTTG." below the bust, surrounded by the inscription "ERINNERUNG AN DEX XIX. BUNDESTAG DES WÜRTT. KRIEGERBUNDES", reverse illustrating the town of Ellwangen, inscribed "ELLWANGEN" and dated "1908" below, 33.5 mm, ring suspension with period red and black ribbon); In Memory of Germany's Worse Time and Looking To The Future Medal 1925 (aluminum, obverse illustrating a raised right hand holding a hammer and dated "1925", surrounded by the inscription "Die Arbeit ist der fels auf dem die Kirche der Zukunft erbautwird", reverse inscribed "1923 im Nov. kostete 1 Bfd. Fleisch 3200 Milld. 4 Bfd. Brot 840 Milliard. 1 Bfr. Kartoff 500 Milld. 3 Millionen Erwerbslose" in the centre, surrounded by the inscription "Zur Erinnerung an Deutschlands schlimmste Zeit / Denkt daran!", all inscriptions in Gothic script, 37.8 mm); and two Iron Cross 1914 Ribbon Bars (one is cloth, wrapped around a magnetic metal frame, 17 mm x 24.5 mm, with pinback; the other is folded and stacked cloth with a central band, 12.3 mm x 27 mm, with a blackened bronze button hole attachment maker marked "GEBR. GODET & Co. BERLIN"). Ranging from near fine to very fine.
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