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  • Germany, Imperial. A Friedrich-Kreuz Anhalt Military Honour, c.1916
  • Germany, Imperial. A Friedrich-Kreuz Anhalt Military Honour, c.1916
  • Germany, Imperial. A Friedrich-Kreuz Anhalt Military Honour, c.1916
  • Germany, Imperial. A Friedrich-Kreuz Anhalt Military Honour, c.1916
  • Germany, Imperial. A Friedrich-Kreuz Anhalt Military Honour, c.1916

Item: G44425

Germany, Imperial. A Friedrich-Kreuz Anhalt Military Honour, c.1916

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Germany, Imperial. A Friedrich-Kreuz Anhalt Military Honour, c.1916

(Militärische Ehrenzeichen Friedrich-Kreuz). Insitituted 14 December 1914 by Duke Friedrich II of Anhalt. A bronze straight-armed cross paty, the obverse centre bears a cipher “F” in Frakturscrift, surrounded by a wreath of oak leaves, a crown on the 12 o’clock arm and “1914” on the 6 o’clock arm, the reverse centre bears “FÜR VERDIENST IM KRIEGE” (FOR MERIT IN WAR), measuring 37.33 mm (w) x 41.94 mm (h), on green ribbon with red stripes, very fine.
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