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  • Gold Friedrich Wilhelm III (1770-1840) Medal
  • Gold Friedrich Wilhelm III (1770-1840) Medal

Item: G3485

Gold Friedrich Wilhelm III (1770-1840) Medal


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Gold Friedrich Wilhelm III (1770-1840) Medal

Commemorating his death in 1840; medal in solid Gold (22Kt.), weighs 69.3 grams. This medal was struck and issued in 1841, to Commemorate Prussian King Friedrich Wilhelm III. In total, 16,959 bronze medals, 3814 silver medals, and only 108 gold medals were awarded, mostly to the Army, and smaller number to the State officials. Gold medals were awarded to Generals, Royal Family and high State officials. Medal is in virtually mint condition, and very rare. (Sold with 5 page article in German describing this medal in great details).
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