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  • Hohenzollern, Dynasty. A Dynastic Houseorder of Hohenzollern Gold Merit Medal with Swords
  • Hohenzollern, Dynasty. A Dynastic Houseorder of Hohenzollern Gold Merit Medal with Swords
  • Hohenzollern, Dynasty. A Dynastic Houseorder of Hohenzollern Gold Merit Medal with Swords
  • Hohenzollern, Dynasty. A Dynastic Houseorder of Hohenzollern Gold Merit Medal with Swords

Item: G36097

Hohenzollern, Dynasty. A Dynastic Houseorder of Hohenzollern Gold Merit Medal with Swords

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Hohenzollern, Dynasty. A Dynastic Houseorder of Hohenzollern Gold Merit Medal with Swords

(Fürstlicher Hausorden von Hohenzollern Goldene Verdienstmedaille mit Schwertern). A round silver medal; the obverse depicting the coat of arms of Hohenzollern, circumscribed “Für Treue und Verdienst”, surrounded by an oak and laurel wreath; the reverse depicting the crowned royal monogram of Fürst Constantin, surrounded by the date “Den 1.t Januar 1842”, surrounded by an oak and laurel wreath; on a loop for suspension with crossed swords, from a correct replacement ribbon; unmarked; measuring 32.30 mm in diameter; weighing 21.8 grams; in overall very fine condition.
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