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  • Bavaria, Kingdom. A Royal Merit Order of St. Michael, Silver Merit Medal, c.1900
  • Bavaria, Kingdom. A Royal Merit Order of St. Michael, Silver Merit Medal, c.1900
  • Bavaria, Kingdom. A Royal Merit Order of St. Michael, Silver Merit Medal, c.1900
  • Bavaria, Kingdom. A Royal Merit Order of St. Michael, Silver Merit Medal, c.1900

Item: G42341

Bavaria, Kingdom. A Royal Merit Order of St. Michael, Silver Merit Medal, c.1900

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Bavaria, Kingdom. A Royal Merit Order of St. Michael, Silver Merit Medal, c.1900

(Bayerisch-Königlicher Verdienstorden vom heiligen Michael, Silberne Medaille). Instituted on 16 February 1837. (1887-1918 issue). Constructed of silver, on loop for suspension from its period original ribbon, the obverse with a finely-detailed depicting of St. Michael trampling the devil and clutching a shield inscribed “QUIS UT DEUS” (“WHO IS LIKE GOD”), overlaid on a ribbed Cross Pattée, the reverse with a central inscription of “VIRTUTI” (“VIRTUE”), within an oak leaf wreath, joined together at the bottom by a ribbon, unmarked, measuring 35.73 mm in diameter, weighing 21.9 grams (inclusive of ribbon), in better than very fine condition.
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