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(R433) A 1st Class German Eagle Order Neck Decoration, maker marked No. 21 and silver hallmarked 900. The award is in very good condition, although there is some enamel cracking, which is to be expected for its age. The award is the type without swords and was given mostly to foreign delegates of military and semi-military organisations. In very good condition, other than the enamel staining and cracking. Priced for this. Complete with a piece of original ribbon . The cross also come with a nice reproduction case as i feel it really sets it off. GBP £895.00 (UK Pounds)

(CS569) A Nice and scarce to find example of an original Third Class Eagle Order with Swords as worn from the ribbon. The award is Cased with this designation in gold letters under the lid. The cross is in white enamel with two crossed swords and eagles in between the arms of the Maltese cross. The cross is also sewn onto its original ribbon, although this is now pulled as can be seen from the scan. The cross eyering is marked 800. The cross has no enamel damage. The case has a cut out for the award and section for the pin, which is missing from the ribbon. The case is in very good condition also, being of red leatherette with a nice gold blocked eagle to the lid. Scarce to find an Early 1st issue type eagle order.
GBP £1750.00 (UK Pounds)



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