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eMedals-Germany, Heer. A Pair of Medals and Award Documents to Leutnant Bernhard Nagel

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Germany, Heer. A Pair of Medals and Award Documents to Leutnant Bernhard Nagel

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Germany, Heer. A Pair of Medals and Award Documents to Leutnant Bernhard Nagel

(Medaillen und Verleihungsurkunden). A pair of medals and documents to Leutnant Bernhard Nagel, including a 1939 Iron Cross I Class, constructed of iron and silver, consisting of a Cross Pattée with a blackened magnetic iron core within a ribbed silver frame, the obverse with a central mobile swastika, the six o’clock arm with a reinstitution date of “1939”, the reverse with a barrel hinge and tapering vertical pinback meeting a round wire catch, unmarked but with the physical characteristics of manufacture by C.E. Juncker, Berlin, measuring 43.98 mm (w) x 44.08 mm (h), weighing 21.2 grams, in extremely fine condition, accompanied by its award certificate, dated 6 December 1943 and identifying Nagel as a Leutnant of Grenadier-Regiment 374, measuring 140 mm (w) x 200 mm (h), in near extremely fine condition, and; a German Reich Association for Physical Exercise (DRL) Bronze Grade Sports Badge, constructed of bronze, the obverse consisting of an oval oak leaf wreath, joined together at the bottom by a ribbon overlaid by a mobile swastika, with central stylized initials “DRL”, the reverse with a barrel hinge and vertical pinback meeting a round wire catch, maker marked “WERNSTEIN, JENA”, measuring 38.85 mm (w) x 48.20 mm (h), weighing 17.6 grams, in extremely fine condition, accompanied by its combined award certificate and proficiency document, identifying Nagel as a native of Osnabrück born on 1 February 1915, the award issued 15 December 1942 with issue number “848641”, measuring 148 mm (w) x 208 mm (h) when folded, in near extremely fine condition.
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