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eMedals-Hungary. An Order of the Holy Crown, Officer Cross with Swords & War Decoration, c.1943

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Hungary. An Order of the Holy Crown, Officer Cross with Swords & War Decoration, c.1943

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Hungary. An Order of the Holy Crown, Officer Cross with Swords & War Decoration, c.1943

(Magyar Szent Korona Rend). Instituted on 17 March 1943. A silver Latin cross with white enamelled arms, with crossed swords and a green enamelled laurel wreath between the arms, the obverse with a central green enamelled medallion depicting a silver gilt Hungarian crown, surrounded by a laurel wreath with berries; the reverse plain, with four visible rivets, and a vertical pinback, with a functional hinge/catch assembly, marked 1942 on the reverse, marked on pin with 835 for silver fineness, measuring 51.21 mm (w) x 51.39 mm (h), weighing 38.0 grams, presenting small crack in enamel on twelve o’clock arm, missing enamels from the red berries around the wreath, and in near extremely fine condition.
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