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eMedals-Bavaria. A Bavarian and Ottoman Medal Bar with a Gallipoli Star & Boutonniere

Item: G36156

Bavaria. A Bavarian and Ottoman Medal Bar with a Gallipoli Star & Boutonniere

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Bavaria. A Bavarian and Ottoman Medal Bar with a Gallipoli Star & Boutonniere

A first war period medal bar with 1) A Bavarian Order of Military Merit Fourth Class; a silver Maltese cross with blue enameled arms, with blue, white, and black enamels; the obverse with a central black enameled medallion bearing a gold crowned cipher of King Ludwig III within a white enameled border in the form of a buckled belt with gold letters, reading “MERENTI” (Latin - Merit); the reverse with a central black enameled medallion bearing a gold crowned Bavarian lion within a white enameled border in the form of a buckled belt with golden numbers, reading “1866”, with crossed swords on the suspension; marked “950” for silver content, and “WC” for “Weiss & Cie” on the reverse, 2) An Iron Cross 1914 Second Class; a cross pattée of multi-piece construction with a blackened iron core (magnetic) within a ribbed border; on loop for suspension; the obverse with a raised central “W”, with the re-institution date “1914” in raised numbering on the lower arm, and the royal crown on the upper arm; the reverse with a central oak-leaf branch consisting of three oak leaves, with the original institution date “1813” in raised numbers on the lower arm, a raised Prussian crown on the upper arm, with “FW” in equally raised lettering directly below; measuring 42.23 mm (w) x 42.30 mm (h), 3) A Turkish Medal for Merit; constructed of silver; with Arabic writing on both sides of the medal; measuring 24.53 mm in diameter; suspended from a ribbon bar suspension with swords; all mounted to a traditional medal bar, with a non-magnetic core, and a red wool backer; missing its horizontal pinback; measuring 98 mm (w) x 43 mm (h). Accompanied by a Turkish Gallipoli Star; constructed of silver, red painted Turkish-made example; horizontal pinback; unmarked; measuring 57 mm (w) x 56 mm (h). With its matching boutonniere with a ribbon for each of the awards on the medal bar, as well as the Gallipoli Star; in overall very fine condition.
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