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eMedals-Germany. An EK2 Medal Bar with Three Medals, Awards, and Decorations

Item: G35208

Germany. An EK2 Medal Bar with Three Medals, Awards, and Decorations

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Germany. An EK2 Medal Bar with Three Medals, Awards, and Decorations

An example of a third reich period commemorative medal bar with three awards and medals, consisting of 1) An Iron Cross 1939 Second Class (Eisernes Kreuz 1939 2. Klasse); a cross pattée of multi-piece construction with a blackened iron core (magnetic) within a ribbed border; on loop for suspension (unmarked); measuring 44.21 mm (w) x 44.09 mm (h); weighing 19.8 grams. 2) A Commemorative Austrian Anschluss Medal (Medaille zur Erinnerung an den 13. März 1938); ciruclar silvered bronze medal; on loop for suspension; the obverse with two raised male figures, the one on the right bearing the German flag in his left hand, with his right hand placed around the shoulders of the figure on the left, with broken chains around his right arm with the German eagle directly below; the reverse with the date “13. März, 1938” centrally and circumscribed “Ein Volk, Ein Reich, Ein Führer” (One People, One Country, One Leader); measuring 32.37 mm in diameter; weighing 13.6 grams. 3) A Commemorative Sudetenland Medal (Medaille zur Erinnerung an den 1. October 1938); circular bronze medal; on loop for suspension; the obverse with two raised male figures, the one on the right bearing the German flag in his left hand, with his right hand placed around the shoulders of the figure on the left, with broken chains around his right arm (symbolic of the liberation of the Sudeten German from Czechoslovak oppression), with the German eagle directly below; the reverse with the date “1. Oktober 1938” centrally and circumscribed “Ein Volk, Ein Reich, Ein Führer” (One People, One Country, One Leader); measuring 32.08 mm in diameter; weighing 12.2 grams; all mounted to a padded medal bar; zink core, with a black wool backer; measuring 100 mm (w) x 40 mm (h); in overall extremely fine condition.
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