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eMedals-Germany, Prussia. A Unification of Paderborn with the State of Prussia Medal 1802

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Germany, Prussia. A Unification of Paderborn with the State of Prussia Medal 1802

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Germany, Prussia. A Unification of Paderborn with the State of Prussia Medal 1802

In silver, obverse illustrating the left-facing bust of King Friendrich Wilhelm III, surrounded by the inscription "FRIEDRICH WILHELM III KOENIG PREUSSEN / HULDIGUNGSMÜNZE 1803", reverse illustrating Borussia, holding a banner bearing the Prussian eagle, an altar in front of her with the scales of justice on it, a law book on top of the altar, a cart, wheat sheaves and caduceus to the left, a downward-pointing sword and laurel leaves to the right, inscribed "AUCH IHNEN SCHUTZ UND WOHLFARTH" above and "PADERBORN MIT DEM STAATE VEREINIGT 1802" below, engraver marked "LOOS", measuring 42.2 mm in diameter, edge nicks, bruised, contact marks, fine.

 

Footnote: Paderborn was part of the Bishopric of Paderborn until it was included into Prussia in 1802.

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