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  • Netherlands, Kingdom. A Cross for Freedom and Justice
  • Netherlands, Kingdom. A Cross for Freedom and Justice
  • Netherlands, Kingdom. A Cross for Freedom and Justice
  • Netherlands, Kingdom. A Cross for Freedom and Justice

Item: EU15561

Netherlands, Kingdom. A Cross for Freedom and Justice

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Netherlands, Kingdom. A Cross for Freedom and Justice

Kruis voor Recht en Vrijheid. Instituted in 1951. In silvered bronze, measuring 40 mm (w) x 47 mm (h) inclusive of its laterally-pierced ball suspension, wreathed sword clasp inscribed "2 KOREA 1950" affixed to it original ribbon, embroidered maker's label inscribed "Fa. V. Wielik N.-Einde 9 DEN HAAG" on the black felt support with pinback on the reverse, extremely fine.


Footnote: The Cross for Freedom and Justice was instituted on July 23, 1951. It was originally awarded for service in the Korean War (1950-1953), however, since July 13, 2002, it may be awarded for service in military operations in the interests of the Kingdom.

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