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eMedals-Germany, Third Reich. A Group of Honour Crosses of the German Mother, All Grades

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Germany, Third Reich. A Group of Honour Crosses of the German Mother, All Grades

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Germany, Third Reich. A Group of Honour Crosses of the German Mother, All Grades

(Ehrenkreuze der Deutschen Mutter). A group of three Honour Crosses of the German Mother, encompassing bronze, silver, and gold grades, each constructed of bronze with applicable finishing, all on loop for suspension from period original ribbons, each consisting of a Latin Cross, the obverse with blue and white enameled arms, with a central black enameled swastika circumscribed by a raised inscription of “DER DEUTSCHEN MUTTER” (“TO THE GERMAN MOTHER”), the reverse of each with an institution date of “16. DEZEMBER 1938” and a facsimile of the Führer, all unmarked and measuring 35 mm (w) x 45 mm (h), some chipping of enamels and tarnishing of metals evident, in very fine condition.
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