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.

  • Grand Cross of The Order of The Red Eagle with Swords

    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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  • Grand Cross of the Prussian Knights Cross of the...

    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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  • Hanseatic Cross of Hamburg 1914

    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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  • Honour Cross of the World War 1914-1918

    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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  • Imperial WWI Tank Assault Badge

    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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  • Ottoman Turk Gallipoli Star, 1st Class

    Replica of the Ottoman 1915 War Medal, a military merit medal often referred to as the  “Gallipoli Star” or in German, the  “Eiserner Halbmond (Iron Crescent).” The reverse has a vertical pin-and-catch mechanism to attach it to the left breast of the uniform. 

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  • Pour le Merite

    WWI Blue Max or Pour Le Merite. This was Imperial Germany's highest award for bravery. Complete with suspension loop and correct black and silver woven ribbon.

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  • Prusian Order of the Red Eagle (3rd Class)

    Reproduction of the Prusian Order of the Red Eagle 3rd Class, the badge was a gold cross pattée, enameled in white; the central disc bore the red eagle on a white enamel background on the obverse, with the royal cipher of King Friedrich Wilhelm surmounted by the Prussian crown on the reverse.

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  • Prussian Order of the Crown 2nd Class

    Reproduction of the Prussian Order of the Crown 2nd Class, the badge was a gilt cross pattée, with white enamel. The obverse gilt central disc bore the crown of Prussia, surrounded by a blue enamel ring bearing the motto of the German Empire Gott Mit Uns. The reverse gilt disc has the Prussian royal monogram, surrounded by a blue enamel ring with the date...

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  • Prussian Order of the Crown 3rd Class

    Reproduction of the Prussian Order of the Crown 3rd Class, the badge was a gilt cross pattée, with white enamel. The obverse gilt central disc bore the crown of Prussia, surrounded by a blue enamel ring bearing the motto of the German Empire Gott Mit Uns. The reverse gilt disc has the Prussian royal monogram, surrounded by a blue enamel ring with the date...

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  • Prussian WWI Aviator's badge

    Awarded to qualified Imperial German pilots during WWI including Manfred von Richhofen 'The Red Baron'. 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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  • Star of the Grand Cross of the Iron Cross (1914)

    Reproduction of the Star of the Grand Cross of the Iron Cross. Golden star formed by eight points with the Great Cross of the Iron Cross in the center. It was the highest military decoration of the Kingdom of Prussia and the German Empire. It was considered a senior decoration to the Grand Cross of the Iron Cross.

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