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eMedals-Fine Great War Group of Four,

Item: G4559

Fine Great War Group of Four,

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Fine Great War Group of Four,

Awarded to Oberleutnant Ernst-G?nther Gehrts, 1. S?chsischen Fu?artillerie-Regiment Nr. 12, comprising: Saxony, Knight's Cross of the Milit?r-St. Heinrichs-Orden, silver and enamels, 38.75x57mm, unmarked, extremely fine (awarded on 2.6.17 as F?hrer of 5./Reserve-Fu?artillerie-Regiment Nr. 12 for action during the battle of Arras on 9.4.17.); Saxony, Knight?s Cross Second Class with Swords of the Merit Order, in silver an enamels, 35x35mm, minor enamel chipping on reverse, about very fine (with award document, dated 31.5.1916); Saxony, Knight?s Cross Second Class with Swords of the Albert Order, in silver an enamels, bottom arm marked "S", 34.6x44.3mm, nearly extremely fine (with award document, dated 25.1.1916.); Bavaria, Military Merit Order Fourth Class with Swords, in silver and enamels, Gold center, marked "980 J.L.", 41x49mm, enamel restoration to three arms, thus good/fair condition (with award document, dated 19.1.1916); documents folded, in generally fine condition. Oberleutnant Ernst-G?nther Gehrts was born on 25.5.1891 in Gl?ckstadt, Bezirk Schleswig: F?hnrich: 4.11.09;Leutnant: 24.8.10 (Patent of 15.8.08 J); Oberleutnant: 16.5.15; Hauptmann: 30.11.17 E.
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