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Prussian Red Cross Medal 2nd Class


Prussian Red Cross Medal 2nd Class (Medaille für Verdienste um das Rothe Kreuz), The Red Cross Medal was a German medal instituted on 1 October 1898 by Wilhelm II in three classes. On the obverse is a Geneva cross with Prussian royal crowns at the ends the arms of the cross, the Geneva cross is enamelled in red. Reverse script reads 'für Verdienste um das Rothe Kreuz'. The medal has no enamel damage whatsoever and is in overall fine condition, the details on the piece are really pronounced and stunning. The medal comes on it's original confectioned ribbon. Nice original medal in very good condition!

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