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IMPERIAL GERMAN COURT MOUNTED

(CS1254) An Imperial Ribbon Bar of 6 starting off with the 1870 Iron Cross. This is followed by a Prussian Merit Medal for 1873-1918, again on the same ribbon as the iron cross. The medal is non-magnetic. Followed by a 25 Year Army Service Cross, then the Prussian 180/71 War Medal with the Paris Bar attached. Then there is the Danish War Medal and finally the Centenary Kaiser Medal. The ribbons to this award are in poor shape, but you are looking at a bar that spans 50 years of service to a probable German Officer. All medals are in good shape for their age. Priced for poor ribbon condition. GBP 1250.00 (UK Pounds)

(J1339) A Nice imperial German Grouping of eight awards to a Prussian Soldier. The Grouping consists of the following awards, The Iron Cross 2nd Class on Non Combatant Ribbon A cross of Honour with Swords ,A Prussian War Merit Cross, A Prussian military Service Cross for XXV years, A Prussian general servicemedal, Then A Baden 12 Years Service Medal , A Prussian 100 year Centenary medal, and finally a Baden merit medal GBP 400.00 (UK Pounds)

(MC758) A Ribbon Bar of 3 Imperial German Medals. The bar consists of the iron cross 2nd class, the Hamburg Cross and the Cross of Honour With Swords. The Iron cross 2nd class is of standard construction and appears to be marked FW and is of nice quality, retaining virtually all of its paint finish, with a nice silvered frame that has oxidised. The enamel to the Hamburg cross is unbashed and bruised. The cross of honour is of standard construction and is maker marked N & H. The ribbon bar itself has little hooks to hold the awards. The ribbons are sewn to it and you have a safety pin fixing soldered in. The bar appears to be a quality manufacture but privately done. GBP 175.00 (UK Pounds)

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(CS688) A German Court Mounted 1st October for 1938 Medal. This is for the occupation of Sudetenland, part of Czechoslovakia. The medal is an unmarked example in nice quality and is contained on a nice single mounted ribbon bar. The medal is held on by a single pin clip and can be removed if wished. To the reverse, there is a piece of red felt sewn to protect the stitching and a pin and hook. Nice overall condition and scarce to find. GBP 75.00 (UK Pounds)
(T859) A Third Reich German Medal Bar of Three. The bar, which is of very nice quality and construction, has a nice early Schinkle style 1st pattern cross that is in very good to near mint condition and is the non-magnetic type. The cross comes on the earlier orange ribbon, putting this award as very early. There is a magnetic Army/Navy 4 Year Service Medal, with the silver eagle again magnetic, attached to the ribbon. And finally, a 1st October 1938 Medal, with the Prague Castle Bar attached. The medals are all in near mint condition and the ribbons are all nice and clean. They are mounted on the magnetic spring clip bar. Very rare and Early set to acquire, in beautiful condition that cannot be bettered. GBP 700.00 (UK Pounds)
(T860) A Superb WWI-WWII German Imperial and Third Reich Medal Bar of five Grouping. The group consists of the Iron Cross 2nd Class, then the Cross of Honour With Swords, which is maker marked I.C.M. which is magnetic. Then there is the Olympic Games Decoration 2nd Class, followed by a Police 18 Year Service Cross and a Hungarian War Medal With Swords. All the medals are in very nice condition. There is no chipping but obviously wear and tear to the olympic games cross. The police service cross has its original emblem to the ribbon. The ribbons are all nice and clean. To the reverse, there is a nice Berlin taylor's label sewn onto the bar for the firm of Grosse & Sohn. Probably one of the nicest bars we have had for sale in a while and with the olympic games cross, with only 3364 awarded, this bar must have been awarded to a policeman in charge of security at the olympic games, as most would have been awarded the olympic games medal. More rare than a Knight's Cross, this award is not often found these days. A great talking point, with few collections having such rarity. SORRY I AM ON HOLD GBP 1800.00 (UK Pounds)

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