Imperial Germany 1871–1918

It was founded in 1871 when the south German states joined the North German Confederation. On January 1, 1871, the new constitution came into force that changed the name of the federal state and introduced the title of emperor for Wilhelm I, King of Prussia from the Hohenzollern dynasty. Berlin remained its capital. Otto von Bismarck remained Chancellor, the head of government. As these events occurred, the Prussian-led North German Confederation and its southern German allies were still engaged in the Franco-Prussian War.

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  • 1914 Iron Cross 1st Class. Die struck in one piece. Silvered finish with black painted center. Reverse has the correct flat pin.

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  • 1914 Iron Cross 2nd Class. The definitive WW2 German award. A nice quality die struck copy. Antique silvered finish with black painted centre. Complete with suspension ring and length of ribbon.

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  • Replica of the Bavaria Military Merit Order 1st Class with Swords. Was a Maltese cross of blue enamel with a center medallion over a breast star. Between the arms of most classes were golden flames. The obverse of the center medallion had a gold crowned "L" cipher on the black-enameled center and the word "MERENTI" on a ring of white enamel edged in gold.

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  • Replica of the Bavaria Military Merit Order 2nd Class with Swords.  Was a Maltese cross of blue enamel with a center medallion. Between the arms of most classes were golden flames. The obverse of the center medallion had a gold crowned "L" cipher on the black-enameled center and the word "MERENTI" on a ring of white enamel edged in gold.

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  • Replica of the Bavarian Military Merit Order with swords, version manufactured betwen 1905 and 1918 for officers.  Was a Maltese cross of blue enamel with a center medallion. Between the arms of most classes were golden flames. The obverse of the center medallion had a gold crowned "L" cipher on the black-enameled center and the word "MERENTI" on a ring...

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  • Replica of the War Merit Cross 1st Class from Brunswick Duke. At the center of the Cross on the obverse are the letters EA for Duke Ernest Augustus. On the horizontal arms of the cross are sprays of oak leaves. The top arm of the cross bears the Brunswick crown, with the date 1914 on the lower arm of the cross. 

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  • Replica of the War Merit Cross 2nd Class from Brunswick Duke. At the center of the Cross on the obverse are the letters EA for Duke Ernest Augustus. On the horizontal arms of the cross are sprays of oak leaves. The top arm of the cross bears the Brunswick crown, with the date 1914 on the lower arm of the cross. 

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  • Reproduction of Grand Cross of The Order of The Red Eagle with Swords, was a gilt Maltese Cross enameled in white, with red enameled eagles between the arms of the cross; the gold central disc bore the royal cipher of King Friedrich Wilhelm, surrounded by a blue enameled ring bearing the motto of the Order, Sincere et Constanter.

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  • Reproduction of the Grand Cross of the Prussian Knights Cross of the House Order of Hohenzollern with swords, the central cross is an oversized example of the order, finished in gilt with white, black, blue and green enamel. This is riveted onto a silver star.

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  • Reproduction of the Hanseatic Cross of Hamburg, The cross is a red-enameled silver cross pattée which bore the arms of the relevant city-state on the center medallion. The reverse bore the phrase "Für Verdienst im Kriege" and the date of 1914.

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  • Reproduction of the Honour Cross or Hindenburg Cross, the medal display a laurel wreath encircling a medallion, with the dates "1914 1918" and a crossed swords are between the arms. The reverse side was plain, except for the manufacturer's logo W.K. established by Field Marshal Paul von Hindenburg in 13 July 1934, to commemorate service of the German...

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  • Awarded to German tank crews in WWI including Sepp Dietrich. A good quality die-cast zinc piece in dull silver/zinc 'Brennlack' finish. Complete with original style steel needle pin and makers mark.

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