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eMedals-Germany. A Mint 1936 XI Summer Olympic Games Service Medal

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Germany. A Mint 1936 XI Summer Olympic Games Service Medal

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Germany. A Mint 1936 XI Summer Olympic Games Service Medal

A mint and unissued cased 1936 XI Summer Olympics Games Commemorative Service Medal; round silvered bronze medal; the obverse depicting a national eagle with spread wings clutching a wreathed mobile swastika infront of the Olympic bell tower; the reverse inscribed “Für Verdienstvolle Mitarbeit bei den Olympischen Spielen 1936” (German - For meritorious service at the Olympic games) with a stem of oak leaves directly beneath; on a loop for suspension; measuring 37.01 mm in diameter; weighing 18.5 grams with its ribbon. Accompanied by its original case of issue; constructed of heavy pressed paper, with a white faux leather (leatherette) exterior; the exterior of the lid embossed with the Olympic rings; lined interior lid, with a recessed medal bed and a recessed area for the placement of the mint and unissued period original ribbon; with a functional spring catch with stud release, partially severed interior fabric hinge cover, and a functional exterior metal hinge; measuring 68 mm (w) x 110 mm (h); in overall near mint condition.
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