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  • Prussia, Kingdom. A Pour le Mérite Miniature, c. 1917
  • Prussia, Kingdom. A Pour le Mérite Miniature, c. 1917

Item: G49258

Prussia, Kingdom. A Pour le Mérite Miniature, c. 1917

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Prussia, Kingdom. A Pour le Mérite Miniature, c. 1917

(Pour le Mérite Miniatur). Instituted June 1740 by King Friedrich II. Constructed of gilded silver with enamels, consisting of a Maltese Cross with blue enameled arms, with a finely-detailed gilt Prussia imperial eagle joining each quadrant, the obverse three, six, and nine o’clock arms bearing a gilt inscription of “POUR LE MÉRITE”, the twelve o’clock arm bearing a gilt crowned monogram of King Friedrich II, the reverse plain, the twelve o’clock arm with a pebbled fan suspension with an integral loop and suspension ring, the six o’clock arm marked with a silver content number of “800”, measuring 16.10 mm (w) x 16.39 mm (h), weighing 1.7 grams, in near extremely fine condition.
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