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  • Six German Imperial & Weimar Republic Table Medals
  • Six German Imperial & Weimar Republic Table Medals
  • Six German Imperial & Weimar Republic Table Medals

Item: G23103

Six German Imperial & Weimar Republic Table Medals

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$130

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Six German Imperial & Weimar Republic Table Medals

36th Exhibition of the German Agricultural Society (Deutsche Landwirtschafts-Gesellschaft) at Cologne Award Medal for Cheese 1930 (bronze, obverse illustrating a farmer behind a plow, wielding a whip in his right hand, the plow led by two oxen, crossed branches of oak leaves below, inscribed "36. WANDERAUSSTELLUNG" above and "KÖLN 1930" below, the inscriptions separated by branches of laurel leaves on either side, reverse engraved "KÄSE" (cheese) in the centre, surrounded by a ribboned wreath of fruits and vegetables, engraved with the recipient's name and town "XAVER SCHNEIDER, GATTNAU" above and inscribed "D.L.G." (Deutsche Landwirtschafts-Gesellschaft) below, 60.3 mm); Alsace-Lorraine Agricultural Exhibition at Strasbourg Award Medal, September 1881 (copper, obverse illustrating the coat-or-arms of both Alsace and Lorraine side-by-side, surmounted by a crown, the three icons encased in three conjoined circles in the centre, inscribed "Elsaß-Lothringische landwirtschaftliche Ausstellung" above and "Strassburg" beside "Septbr.1881" below, reverse engraved with the recipient's name "F.K. REBMANN BARR" in the centre, surrounded by a ribboned wreath of oak leaves, grapes and wheat sheaves, engraver marked "WILM. MAYER STUTTGART" below the wreath, 51 mm); Senate of the Free and Hanseatic City of Hamburg Golden Wedding Medal (bronze, maker marked "H.M." and marked "BRONZE" on the edge, obverse illustrating a seated goddess holding a laurel wreath aloft in her right hand, two lions lying at the base of her pedestal, inscribed "ZUR GOLDENEN HOCHZEIT" to the left, a shield bearing the Hanseatic City of Hamburg coat-of-arms backed by branches of laurel leaves below, surrounded by the inscription "DER SENAT DER FREIEN UND HANSESTADT HAMBURG", reverse with a half wreath on the right side, inscribed "DIE LIEBE HÖRET NIMMER AUF." over "1.KOR.13, V.8." at the left, with conjoined rings below, engraver marked with the initials "JL" (Vogel and Langa) below the branches at the bottom, 50.8 mm, bruised); Senate of the Free and Hanseatic City of Lübeck National Award For Excellence Medal (bronze gilt, obverse illustrating the Hanseatic City of Lübeck coat-of-arms, surrounded by the inscription "DER SENAT DER FREIEN UND HANSESTADT LÜBECK", reverse inscribed "FÜR HERVORRAGENDE LEISTUNG" inside a horizontal box in the centre, backed by a cluster of laurel leaves, inscribed "STAATSPREIS" above and engraver marked "DÜYFFCKE." and "J.v.LANGA." below, 43 mm); Public Safety Medal (bronze gilt, lightly lacquered, obverse illustrating an armoured cavalryman on a horse, his lance facing downward as he approaches an angel, her right hand on the horse's breast and her left hand holding a laurel branch, a dead soldier lying prostrate on the ground beside his rifle, smoldering ruins in the background, inscribed "PAX" (Peace) below, reverse illustrating a large impressive building with a clock tower, inscribed "SALUSPOPULORUM" (Public Safety) above, 59.5 mm); and Commemoration of the Birth of Botanist/Physician/Zoologist Carolus Linnaeus in 1707 Medal (AKA Carl Linnaeus and Carl von Linné, white metal, obverse illustrating the left-facing bust of Carolus Linnaeus surrounded by a floral wreath, inscribed "PALMAM QUI MERUIT FERAT" above and "CAROLUS LINNAEUS NATUS 1707" below, reverse with a wreath of laurel leaves and without inscription, 45.5 mm). Ranging from better than fine to near extremely fine.
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