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  • Large Gold Niobe Medal - Cased
  • Large Gold Niobe Medal - Cased
  • Large Gold Niobe Medal - Cased
  • Large Gold Niobe Medal - Cased
  • Large Gold Niobe Medal - Cased
  • Large Gold Niobe Medal - Cased
  • Large Gold Niobe Medal - Cased

Item: G8195

Large Gold Niobe Medal - Cased

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Large Gold Niobe Medal - Cased

Large Gold Niobe Medal - Cased - Large Gold Niobe Medal, in solid Gold (900 fine), stamped on the rim (Preus. Staatmunze Gold 900 Fein)36mm, weighs 21.7 grams, mint condition; in case of issue. Footnote: The Segelschulschiff Niobe was a tall ship used by the German Navy to train cadets and aspiring NCOs. She sank during a sudden squall on 26 July 1932, with the loss of 69 lives. At Gammendorfer Strand on Fehmarn island, within view of the site of the sinking, the Niobe-Denkmal monument was erected.
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