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eMedals-Prussia, Kingdom. An Order of the Crown Case, III Class with Swords

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Prussia, Kingdom. An Order of the Crown Case, III Class with Swords

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Prussia, Kingdom. An Order of the Crown Case, III Class with Swords

(Königliche Kronen-Orden Etui). Instituted on 18 October 1861. An original presentation case of issue for an Order of the Crown, III Class with Swords, constructed of black cardstock, the obverse presents the royal monograph of Kaiser Wilhelm I, the interior of the lid presents black silk lining, with a recessed, black velvet medal bed, with functional hook and clasp, measuring 61 mm (w) x 78 mm (l) x 20 mm (h), presenting mild scuffing, and in overall near very fine condition.
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