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Order of the Crown Prussia 4 Classe 1863-1866 with swords

Order of the Crown Prussia 4 Classe 1863-1866 with swords

The Prussian Crown was founded on October 18, 1861 by King William I as a general Order of Merit on the occasion of his coronation in Königsberg and assimilated in November of the same year in the Prussian Order of the Red Eagle hierarchy.RR


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Medal rescue from danger 1925-1933

Medal rescue from danger 1925-1933

The Lifesaving Medal was on August 16, 1833 by King Friedrich Wilhelm III. donated by Prussia. You could be awarded to individuals who had saved his own life under threat another person. In the Free State of Prussia a successor was founded on 9 June in 1925 by the Interior Ministry, which was awarded to 1936.R


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The Red Eagle.  4- class. 2-Type

The Red Eagle. 4- class. 2-Type

The Red Eagle Order (originally the Rothe Adler-Orden) was an order of knights that was awarded for civil and military merit. He was endowed on 17 November 1705 by Prince George William of Brandenburg-Bayreuth under the original name of the Ordre de la sincérité (Order of sincerity) and from 1792 awarded by the transition of the Frankish territories of Hohenzollern Prussia, by the King of Prussia. At times, was the Rothe Adler-Orden after the Black Eagle, the second highest Prussian Order..


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The Red Eagle.  4- class with jubilee number 50

The Red Eagle. 4- class with jubilee number 50

The Red Eagle Order (originally the Rothe Adler-Orden) was an order of knights that was awarded for civil and military merit. He was endowed on 17 November 1705 by Prince George William of Brandenburg-Bayreuth under the original name of the Ordre de la sincérité (Order of sincerity) and from 1792 awarded by the transition of the Frankish territories of Hohenzollern Prussia, by the King of Prussia. At times, was the Rothe Adler-Orden after the Black Eagle, the second highest Prussian Order..R


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Order of the Crown (Prussia) 3 Classe

Order of the Crown (Prussia) 3 Classe

The Prussian Crown was founded on October 18, 1861 by King William I as a general Order of Merit on the occasion of his coronation in Königsberg and assimilated in November of the same year in the Prussian Order of the Red Eagle hierarchy.


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Order of the Crown Prussia 4 Classe 1863-1866

Order of the Crown Prussia 4 Classe 1863-1866

The Prussian Crown was founded on October 18, 1861 by King William I as a general Order of Merit on the occasion of his coronation in Königsberg and assimilated in November of the same year in the Prussian Order of the Red Eagle hierarchy.RR


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The Red Eagle.  4- class 1 Type

The Red Eagle. 4- class 1 Type

The Red Eagle Order (originally the Rothe Adler-Orden) was an order of knights that was awarded for civil and military merit. He was endowed on 17 November 1705 by Prince George William of Brandenburg-Bayreuth under the original name of the Ordre de la sincérité (Order of sincerity) and from 1792 awarded by the transition of the Frankish territories of Hohenzollern Prussia, by the King of Prussia. At times, was the Rothe Adler-Orden after the Black Eagle, the second highest Prussian Order..R


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Golden wedding medal 1879 3rd class

Golden wedding medal 1879 3rd class

This medal was instituted on the occasion of the golden wedding of William I and his wife Augusta by King and Emperor Wilhelm I on June 11, 1879. William married a prince, on June 11, 1829 Augusta of Saxe-Weimar-Eisenach, the daughter of Grand Duke Karl Friedrich. Their children were Friedrich Wilhelm (Frederick III.) (1831-1888), his successor as emperor from 1858 married to Victoria, Princess Royal and Louise (1838-1923) later wife of Frederick I. Grand Duke of Baden. Die ceremony numbers for the 3rd class with 100 pieces. RR


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