**SOLD** RARE WW1 GERMAN ARMY SERVICE MEDAL IRON CROSS FOR BRAVERY
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Offered is 1 x rare German WW1 soldiers/officer’s 1914 iron cross 2nd class 43mm wide with a light patina to a two-piece frame with a magnetic black centre and the cross with a length of ribbon for wear, a lovely WW1 produced piece. We have many of these available and the photo is a general representation of the condition of the cross, a good condition cross will be sent out but it may not be the exact cross in the photo.
The Iron Cross – (Eisernes Kreuz) bravery military decoration was established by King Frederick William III of Prussia and was for the first time awarded on the 10th of March 1813 for Gallantry in Battle in the war against Napoleon. This first Iron Cross awarded 1813 had the upper central letter’s ” FW ” for Frederick III (Friedrich Wilhelm).
||10 x 6 x 3 cm