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eMedals-Bavaria, Kingdom. A Military Merit Cross, II Class with Swords, c.1916

Item: G41284

Bavaria, Kingdom. A Military Merit Cross, II Class with Swords, c.1916

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Bavaria, Kingdom. A Military Merit Cross, II Class with Swords, c.1916

(Militär-Verdienstkreuz). A Maltese cross constructed of silver-plated copper, with crossed Roman swords above the 12 o’clock cross arm, the obverse centre presents a circular central medallion bearing the crowned cipher of King Ludwig III within a circular border in the form of a buckled belt inscribed MERENTI (MERIT) above, with arabesques below, the reverse centre bearing the Bavarian crowned lion rampant within a circular border in the form of a buckled belt dated 1866, measuring 42.60 mm (w) x 48.79 mm (h), on period original Civil Division ribbon, and in near very fine condition.
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