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  • Germany, Imperial. A Medal Bar for First World War Service
  • Germany, Imperial. A Medal Bar for First World War Service
  • Germany, Imperial. A Medal Bar for First World War Service

Item: G49821

Germany, Imperial. A Medal Bar for First World War Service

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Germany, Imperial. A Medal Bar for First World War Service

(Ordensschnalle). A medal bar featuring four decorations, including a 1914 Iron Cross II Class, constructed of iron and silver, on loop for suspension with its period original ribbon, consisting of a Cross Pattée with a blackened magnetic iron core within a ribbed silver frame, the obverse with a central initial “W”, the six o’clock arm with a reinstitution date of “1914”, the twelve o’clock arm with a royal crown, the reverse with three central oak leaves, the six o’clock arm with a reinstitution date of “1813”, unmarked, measuring 43.10 mm (w) x 47.92 mm (h), with some oxidation evident to the core, in very fine condition; a Bavarian Military Merit Cross, III Class with Swords, constructed of coppered bronze, on loop for suspension with its period original ribbon, consisting of a Maltese Cross with pebbled arms, the obverse bearing a central raised monogram of King Ludwig II, within a stylized belt and buckle bearing an inscription of “MERENTI” (“MERIT”), the reverse with a central raised Bavarian lion rampant, within a stylized belt and buckle bearing an institution date of “1866”, unmarked, measuring 42.17 mm (w) x 50.22 mm (h), weighing 22.3 grams, with some oxidation evident, in very fine condition; an Honour Cross of the World War 1914/1918, constructed of bronzed magnetic metal, on loop for suspension with its period original ribbon, consisting of a Cross Pattée with crossed swords through the centre, the obverse bearing central wreathed dates “1914-1918”, the reverse maker marked with the logo of L. Christian Lauer, Nuremberg, measuring 37.49 mm (w) x 42.04 mm (h), weighing 14.2 grams, in near extremely fine condition, and; a Bavarian Long Service Decoration, III Class, constructed of neusilber, on loop for suspension with its period original ribbon, unmarked, measuring 33.09 mm in diameter, weighing 15.6 grams, in near extremely fine condition; all suspended from a 122 mm-long zink bar with a red wool reverse liner and horizontal pinback, unmarked, with some mothing evident to the liner, in very fine condition.
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