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eMedals-Bavaria, Kingdom. A Military Merit Cross, III Class with Swords & Crown

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Bavaria, Kingdom. A Military Merit Cross, III Class with Swords & Crown

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Bavaria, Kingdom. A Military Merit Cross, III Class with Swords & Crown

(Militär-Verdienstkreuz). A Bavarian Military Merit Cross with Swords and Crown, a Maltese Cross constructed of bronze, with swords crossed above the upper arm, the obverse central medallion presents the cipher for King Ludwig III, circumscribed by the inscription MERENTI (MERIT), the reverse bears the Bavarian crowned lion circumscribed by a buckled belt, dated 1866, measuring 42.82 mm (w) x 63.35 mm (h), on loop for suspension from original wartime ribbon, and in near extremely fine condition.
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