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  • Hungary, Regency. A Rare Hungarian 1st. Class Long Service Cross
  • Hungary, Regency. A Rare Hungarian 1st. Class Long Service Cross
  • Hungary, Regency. A Rare Hungarian 1st. Class Long Service Cross
  • Hungary, Regency. A Rare Hungarian 1st. Class Long Service Cross

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Hungary, Regency. A Rare Hungarian 1st. Class Long Service Cross

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Hungary, Regency. A Rare Hungarian 1st. Class Long Service Cross

1st. Class Cross for 35/40 Years Service Cross; two-piece construction, bronze gilt with green enamels, illustrating the coat of arms of Hungary held by two angels mounted to a cross base, 35mm x 52.5mm inclusive of its leafed suspension, unmarked, original triangular ribbon, intact enamels, light contact marks,in extremely fine condition.
 
Footnote: After the breakup of the Austro-Hungarian Monarchy, this prestigious service cross was redesigned with traditional Hungarian symbols. First issued in 1923 for 40 years of service, however, that requirement was reduced to 35 years in 1942.
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