13th MARCH 1938 (Occupation of Austria)
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(CS1043) A Nice example of a Standard issue 13th March Medal for 1938. This medal was given for the occupation of Austria and is the first in a series of 3 awards. This example is a nice oxidised silver, that has been fitted to its ribbon with a pin mount to the top. The ribbon is in good condition although a little age stained but nothing serious. GBP 75.00 (UK Pounds)

(MC635) A 13th March Medal, in its two piece red Hard Case of Issue. The oxidised silver medal was given for the occupation by German troops of Austrian on the 13th March 1938 and also has on the medal, this as well as the Ein Reich, Ein Volk, Ein Fuhrer slogan. To the front of the medal, it shows the reichspartag 1938 day badge design of a fellow German joining the German reich after being set free from his chains of bondage. He is stepping onto a podium with an eagle below, holding a swastika. The medal is mounted on its original ribbon with its original pin sewn to the top. The ribbon is in clean condition for its age. The two piece hard case has a gold blocked eagle to the lid and when opened, has a white silk underside and a red card two piece insert to hold the medal and ribbon. The case has usual handling wear and tear but nothing too bad. GBP 110.00 (UK Pounds)

(R191) A 13th March Medal. The medal is in toned condition, with the ribbon being quite dirty. The ribbon is pinned and sewn up in the triangular tipped award form. The medal is silver issued that has oxidised quite black. It appears this medal has been displayed on a board, as the oxidisation and ageing seems to be consistent with it being left open to the elements. With gentle cleaning, it could be restored, but it is probably best left alone. GBP 75.00 (UK Pounds)


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