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eMedals-A Seven Piece German Medal Bar with  Matching Miniatures

Item: G12276

A Seven Piece German Medal Bar with Matching Miniatures

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A Seven Piece German Medal Bar with Matching Miniatures

A Seven Piece German Medal Bar & Miniatures - Prussia: Iron Cross 2nd Class (silver frame, iron core, magnetic, 43 mm); Imperial: Hindenburg Cross for Combatants (bronze gilt on metal, magnetic, maker marked "CEJ" on the reverse, 37.3 mm); Third Reich: 1936 Olympic Summer Games Medal (silvered metal, magnetic, 37 mm); Third Reich: Police Long Service Cross 1st Class (bronze gilt, 43 mm); Austria (First Republic): War Commemorative Medal 1914-1918 (bronze, 36 mm, crossed bronze swords on the ribbon); Hungary (Kingdom): WWI Commemorative Medal (silvered bronze, 37 mm); and Bulgaria (Kingdom): WWI Commemorative Medal (bronze gilt, 32 mm). Mounted to suspension, with swing bar pinback, as worn by the veteran, original ribbons, tag inscribed "J. Reimann Ordenhaus BERLIN W8 Friedrichstr.188" sewn to the reverse, light gilt wear on the OSGM, extremely fine. Accompanied by a Miniature Group of Eight: Prussia: Iron Cross 2nd Class (silver and black paint, 16.5 mm); Imperial: Hindenburg Cross for Combatants (bronze, 16 mm); Third Reich: 1936 Olympic Summer Games Medal (silvered bronze, 16.7 mm); Third Reich: Police Long Service Cross 1st Class (bronze gilt, 15.8 mm); Austria (First Republic): War Commemorative Medal 1914-1918 (bronze gilt on metal, magnetic, 16.5 mm x 19 mm inclusive of its crossed bronze swords suspension); Hungary (Kingdom): WWI Commemorative Medal (silvered bronze, 15.5 mm); Bulgaria (Kingdom): WWI Commemorative Medal (bronze gilt, 16.7 mm); and Wound Badge, Silver Grade (silver, 13.5 mm x 15.7 mm), suspended from a 145 mm long two-strand fine-link chain, 35 mm long stickpins at either end, along with a Stacked Seven-Ribbon Ribbon Bar (bronze gilt PLSC 1st Class miniature attached, 10 mm x 40 mm), both also extremely fine. (C:11)
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