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TREUE IN DER ARBEIT SILVER MEDAL KÖNIG ALBERT IN ORIGINAL PRESENTATION CASE – SAXONY

SKU: 05-1074

$195.00

This is a civil medal for “Treue in Der Arbeit,” (Loyalty in Work/Service). It is a silver medal that was issued during the reign of König Albert of Saxony between 1894 to 1902. This decoration, which is made of silver, is about the size of a U.S. quarter. It has a high-relief profile of the king who was the next-to-last king of the Saxons. The black leatherette presentation case carries the stamp on the bottom of G. A. Scharffenberg, the primary house jeweler to the Saxon royal family. The upper lid of the case is white silk. The lowercase has an elevated and angled base for the medal, which is made of gathered red silk. The entire presentation is in excellent condition and really adds to the enjoyment of this decoration.

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This is a civil medal for “Treue in Der Arbeit,” (Loyalty in Work/Service). It is a silver medal that was issued during the reign of König Albert of Saxony between 1894 to 1902. This decoration, which is made of silver, is about the size of a U.S. quarter. It has a high-relief profile of the king who was the next-to-last king of the Saxons. The black leatherette presentation case carries the stamp on the bottom of G. A. Scharffenberg, the primary house jeweler to the Saxon royal family. The upper lid of the case is white silk. The lowercase has an elevated and angled base for the medal, which is made of gathered red silk. The entire presentation is in excellent condition and really adds to the enjoyment of this decoration.

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This is a civil medal for “Treue in Der Arbeit,” (Loyalty in Work/Service). It is a silver medal that was issued during the reign of König Albert of Saxony between 1894 to 1902. This decoration, which is made of silver, is about the size of a U.S. quarter. It has a high-relief profile of the king who was the next-to-last king of the Saxons. The black leatherette presentation case carries the stamp on the bottom of G. A. Scharffenberg, the primary house jeweler to the Saxon royal family. The upper lid of the case is white silk. The lowercase has an elevated and angled base for the medal, which is made of gathered red silk. The entire presentation is in excellent condition and really adds to the enjoyment of this decoration.