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  • A European and Iranian Miniature Group of Eleven with Case
  • A European and Iranian Miniature Group of Eleven with Case
  • A European and Iranian Miniature Group of Eleven with Case
  • A European and Iranian Miniature Group of Eleven with Case
  • A European and Iranian Miniature Group of Eleven with Case
  • A European and Iranian Miniature Group of Eleven with Case
  • A European and Iranian Miniature Group of Eleven with Case
  • A European and Iranian Miniature Group of Eleven with Case
  • A European and Iranian Miniature Group of Eleven with Case
  • A European and Iranian Miniature Group of Eleven with Case

Item: EU12390

A European and Iranian Miniature Group of Eleven with Case

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A European and Iranian Miniature Group of Eleven with Case

Italy (Kingdom): Order of the Crown of Italy (Gold with red, green, white and black enamels, 15 mm); Iran (Pahlavi Empire): Order of the Lion and the Sun (silver with green enamels, handpainted centrepiece, 14 mm x 14.5 mm); Germany (Saxon Duchies): Saxe-Ernestine House Order, 2nd Class Knight's Cross (silver with green, white and blue enamels, Gold centrepieces, 13.5 mm x 23 mm inclusive of its crown suspension, chipping evident in the green enamels on both centrepiece rings); Austria: Order of the Iron Crown (Gold with red, green, white and blue enamels, 11.8 mm x 22 mm); Germany (Prussia): Wilhelm I Centenary Medal 1797-1897 (silver gilt, 13.5 mm, oxidation spot on the obverse); Germany (Prussia): Wilhelm I and Augusta Golden Wedding Anniversary Medal 1829-1879 (two-piece construction, silver, 14.3 mm x 18.3 mm); Germany (Prussia): Denmark War Medal 1864 (silver gilt, 14.3 mm); Germany (Prussia): Commemorative Cross for the War 1866, Type I "Königgrätz" (silver gilt, 14.5 mm); Germany (Prussia): War Merit Medal 1870-1871 (silver, 14.3 mm); Germany (Prussia): Order of the Crown (Gold with blue and white enamels, 14.7 mm); and Germany (Prussia): Order of the Red Eagle, 2nd Class (silver with white enamels, handpainted centrepiece, 13 mm x 21.5 mm inclusive of its bow suspension). All are suspended from a 145 mm long silver gilt chain, a 31 mm long pin on the left end and an ornate 19 mm wide button hole attachment on the right end, extremely fine. In a hardshelled case, maker marked "L. Lemrke BERLIN" on the inside lid, dual latch closure, scuffed and soiled on the exterior, case fine.
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