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MEDAL BAR – FOUR PLACE – BAVARIAN – OFFICER

SKU: 02-256

$795.00

This is a four-place medal bar that once belonged to a Bavarian officer. From left to right we see:

*A 1914 Iron Cross 2nd Class.

*The Military Merit Order 4th Class with Swords – Bavaria. This decoration was considered a “Knight’s Cross” level award. Consequently, it only was awarded to officers. The obverse shows heavy enamel damage on one arm. Some light chipping appears on a different arm, also on the obverse. Light chipping has affected one arm of the cross’s reverse, as well.

*The Hindenburg Cross with Swords for Combatants.

*The Golden Wedding Anniversary Decoration 1918 for König Ludwig III.

With the exception of the previously described damage to the Military Merit Order 4th Class with Swords, all of the decorations are in fine condition. The ribbons are also quite presentable.

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This is a four-place medal bar that once belonged to a Bavarian officer. From left to right we see:

*A 1914 Iron Cross 2nd Class.

*The Military Merit Order 4th Class with Swords – Bavaria. This decoration was considered a “Knight’s Cross” level award. Consequently, it only was awarded to officers. The obverse shows heavy enamel damage on one arm. Some light chipping appears on a different arm, also on the obverse. Light chipping has affected one arm of the cross’s reverse, as well.

*The Hindenburg Cross with Swords for Combatants.

*The Golden Wedding Anniversary Decoration 1918 for König Ludwig III.

With the exception of the previously described damage to the Military Merit Order 4th Class with Swords, all of the decorations are in fine condition. The ribbons are also quite presentable.

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This is a four-place medal bar that once belonged to a Bavarian officer. From left to right we see:

*A 1914 Iron Cross 2nd Class.

*The Military Merit Order 4th Class with Swords – Bavaria. This decoration was considered a “Knight’s Cross” level award. Consequently, it only was awarded to officers. The obverse shows heavy enamel damage on one arm. Some light chipping appears on a different arm, also on the obverse. Light chipping has affected one arm of the cross’s reverse, as well.

*The Hindenburg Cross with Swords for Combatants.

*The Golden Wedding Anniversary Decoration 1918 for König Ludwig III.

With the exception of the previously described damage to the Military Merit Order 4th Class with Swords, all of the decorations are in fine condition. The ribbons are also quite presentable.