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eMedals-An Allied First World War Patriotic Medal 1914

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An Allied First World War Patriotic Medal 1914


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An Allied First World War Patriotic Medal 1914

Bronze gilt, obverse illustrating a seated woman (Justice), holding a set of scales in her left hand, her right hand holding a wreath of laurel leaves and thrusting a sword into an eagle whose wing spreads out below, surrounded by the inscription "PRO CAUSA JUSTITIAE", dated "1914" below and marked "Rd. 651731", reverse with the portraits of the seven allied leaders, with King George V of Great Britain in the centre, surrounded by (clockwise from the upper left) Tsar Nicholas II of Russia, President Raymond Poincare of France, King Victor Emanuel III of Italy, Emperor Yoshihito Taisho of Japan, King Peter I of Serbia and King Albert I of Belgium, 35 mm, light gilt wear, bruised, near extremely fine.
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