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eMedals-Prussia, Kingdom. An Order of the Red Eagle, III Class in Gold, with Case, c.1900

Item: G44211

Prussia, Kingdom. An Order of the Red Eagle, III Class in Gold, with Case, c.1900

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Prussia, Kingdom. An Order of the Red Eagle, III Class in Gold, with Case, c.1900

(Roter Adlerorden, III. Klasse in Gold mit Etui). Instituted on 12 June 1792 by King Friedrich Wilhelm II. (1854-1918 issue). Constructed of Gold with enamels, consisting of a Cross Pattée with white enameled arms, the obverse with a central white enameled medallion bearing a detailed hand-pointed Prussian imperial eagle, within a Gold ring, the reverse with a central white enameled medallion bearing a gilt monogram of King Friedrich Wilhelm II, within a Gold ring, the twelve o’clock arm with an integral loop and suspension ring connecting to a period original ribbon, measuring 38.13 mm (w) x 42.20 mm (h), weighing 14.4 grams (inclusive of ribbon), accompanied by its period original presentation case, constructed of heavy card stock with a faux red leather exterior, the interior with a padded black satin lid liner and a slotted black velvet medal bed, opening with a functional metal spring catch with exterior stud release, unmarked, measuring 68 mm (w) x 55 mm (l) x 24 mm (h), some material fatigue evident to the case, in extremely fine condition.
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