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eMedals-Württemberg, Kingdom. An Order of the Crown, Knight’s Cross with Lions, c.1900

Item: G44213

Württemberg, Kingdom. An Order of the Crown, Knight’s Cross with Lions, c.1900

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Württemberg, Kingdom. An Order of the Crown, Knight’s Cross with Lions, c.1900

(Orden der württembergischen Krone Ritterkreuz mit Löwen). Instituted 23 September 1818 by King Wilhelm I. (1892-1918 issue). Constructed of gilded silver with multi-coloured enamels, consisting of a Maltese Cross with white enameled arms, the quadrants joined by gilded lions passant, the obverse with a central white enameled medallion overlaid by a raised gilt monogram of King Friedrich I, within a ring of red enamels bearing a gilt inscription of “FURCHTLOS UND TREU” (“FEARLESS AND LOYAL”), the reverse with a central white enameled medallion bearing a raised gilt crown, within a ring of red enamels, bearing a gilt inscription of “FURCHTLOS UND TREU”, unmarked, measuring 37.08 mm x 41.41 mm (h), weighing 13.3 grams, minor flecking of enamel evident, in overall extremely fine condition.
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