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  • Italy, Kingdom. Three Medals
  • Italy, Kingdom. Three Medals
  • Italy, Kingdom. Three Medals
  • Italy, Kingdom. Three Medals
  • Italy, Kingdom. Three Medals
  • Italy, Kingdom. Three Medals
  • Italy, Kingdom. Three Medals
  • Italy, Kingdom. Three Medals
  • Italy, Kingdom. Three Medals
  • Italy, Kingdom. Three Medals
  • Italy, Kingdom. Three Medals

Item: EU16815

Italy, Kingdom. Three Medals

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$95

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Italy, Kingdom. Three Medals

Medal of Merit for the Liberation of Rome 1870 (in bronze, measuring 32 mm in diameter, edge nicks, original ribbon); Medal for Service Merit in the National Fire Brigade (in silvered zinc, measuring 32 mm (w) x 36.5 mm (h) inclusive of its integral suspension, scattered silvering wear, original ribbon); and 73rd Infantry Regiment, Grenadiers of Lombardy Commemorative Medal (in bronze gilt, measuring 28.3 mm in diameter, loop suspension, spotting). Very fine.

 

Footnote: The Medal of Merit for the Liberation of Rome was instituted on September 27, 1870 by the Provisional Government of Rome and awarded to those who took part in the defence and liberation of Rome from 1849 to 1870, the Italian troops marching into the city and annexed it into the united Italian Kingdom. In 1870, following the Franco-Prussian War, France could no longer guarantee the Independence of the Papal States, with the Italian Forces seizing the opportunity and storming the city the same year. After the seizure of the city, the Italian Kingdom moved its capital from Florence to Rome in 1871. The Medal for Service Merit in the National Fire Brigade was instituted on March 16, 1942 by Royal decree no. 699 and awarded to those who distinguished themselves by very important service deeds.

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