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  • A Rare Cross of the Fatherland Ladies of the Red Cross 1866-1926
  • A Rare Cross of the Fatherland Ladies of the Red Cross 1866-1926
  • A Rare Cross of the Fatherland Ladies of the Red Cross 1866-1926

Item: G30608

A Rare Cross of the Fatherland Ladies of the Red Cross 1866-1926

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A Rare Cross of the Fatherland Ladies of the Red Cross 1866-1926

Germany (Prussia). Commemorative Cross of the Fatherland Ladies Association of the Red Cross (AKA Fatherland Ladies Association for Providing Aid and Care to the Wounded in the War) 1866-1926: Blackened bronze with red enamels, unmarked, 36.5 mm, original white bow-tied ribbon with pinback hanger, intact enamels, extremely fine.
 
Footnote: The Association was established in 1866 by the Prussian Queen (later Empress) Augusta. The Cross was issued in 1926, only to the members with long participation, in commemoration of sixty years of the Association.
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