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  • Saxe-Weimar, Grand Duchy. A General Merit Medal in Silver 1914 with Sword Clasp, c.1915
  • Saxe-Weimar, Grand Duchy. A General Merit Medal in Silver 1914 with Sword Clasp, c.1915
  • Saxe-Weimar, Grand Duchy. A General Merit Medal in Silver 1914 with Sword Clasp, c.1915

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Saxe-Weimar, Grand Duchy. A General Merit Medal in Silver 1914 with Sword Clasp, c.1915

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Saxe-Weimar, Grand Duchy. A General Merit Medal in Silver 1914 with Sword Clasp, c.1915

(Allgemeines Ehrenzeichen in Silber Dem Verdienste 1914 mit Schwerterspange). Instituted 25 June 1902 by Grand Duke Wilhelm Ernst. (1914-1918 issue). Constructed of silver, on loop for suspension from its period original ribbon with crossed sword clasp, the obverse with a raised leftward-facing profile of Grand Duke Wilhelm Ernst, circumscribed by name and title, the reverse with an inscription of “DEM VERDIENSTE 1914” (“FOR MERIT 1914”), within an oak leaf wreath, unmarked, measuring 34.41 mm in diameter, the clasp measuring 42.84 mm (w) x 17.70 mm (h), weighing 25.4 grams overall, in near extremely fine condition.
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