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eMedals-Germany, Prussia. A Medal Commemorating the Assassination Attempt on Kaiser Wilhelm I in 1878, Bronze Grade

Item: G44484

Germany, Prussia. A Medal Commemorating the Assassination Attempt on Kaiser Wilhelm I in 1878, Bronze Grade

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Germany, Prussia. A Medal Commemorating the Assassination Attempt on Kaiser Wilhelm I in 1878, Bronze Grade

In red bronze, obverse illustrating the crowned cypher of Kaiser Wilhelm I, reverse inscribed "Erinnerung 1878" within an open-ended wreath of oak leaves, measuring 29.2 mm in diameter, contact marks, very fine.

 

Footnote: The Medal Commemorating the Assassination Attempt on Kaiser Wilhelm I was issued to recognize the attempt to assassinate Kaiser William I on June 2, 1878 by Dr. Karl Nobiling. As the Emperor drove past in an open carriage, the assassin fired two shots from a shotgun at him from the window of a house off the Unter den Linden. William was severely wounded and was rushed back to the palace. Nobiling shot himself in an attempt to commit suicide. While William survived this attack, the assassin died from his self-inflicted wound three months later. The medal itself was issued in three grades: Gold, Silver and Bronze.

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