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  • Württemberg, Kingdom. An Order of Military Merit, Knight Cross, c.1914
  • Württemberg, Kingdom. An Order of Military Merit, Knight Cross, c.1914
  • Württemberg, Kingdom. An Order of Military Merit, Knight Cross, c.1914
  • Württemberg, Kingdom. An Order of Military Merit, Knight Cross, c.1914
  • Württemberg, Kingdom. An Order of Military Merit, Knight Cross, c.1914

Item: G39189

Württemberg, Kingdom. An Order of Military Merit, Knight Cross, c.1914

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Württemberg, Kingdom. An Order of Military Merit, Knight Cross, c.1914

(Militär-Verdienstorden Ritterkreuz). Instituted on 11 February 1759. Type VII. (1914-1918 Issue). A gilded silver Maltese cross pattée with white enameled arms, the obverse with a central white enameled medallion with a green enameled laurel wreath, surrounded by a broad blue enameled ring, inscribed FURCHTLOS UND TREW (FEARLESS AND LOYAL), the reverse with a central white enameled medallion, bearing the crowned royal cipher, inscribed FURCHTLOS UND TREW (FEARLESS AND LOYAL), on a flat loop suspension from its period original ribbon, measuring 36.33 mm (w) x 40.17 mm (h), weighing 18.2 grams, with blue enamel loss on obverse,and in overall very fine condition.
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