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.

  • Weimar Republic Silesian Eagle 1st Class

    Weimar Republic Silesian Eagle 1st Class, reproduction made in silvered and patinated bronze, four rivets on reverse, unmarked, very fine quality, extremely fine. Adorned along the tail of the eagle are the words “Für Schlesien”, meaning “For Silesia”. Along the top is half crescent with a cross.

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  • Weimar Republic Silesian Eagle 2nd Class

    Weimar Republic Silesian Eagle 2nd Class, reproduction made in silvered and patinated bronze, four rivets on reverse, unmarked, very fine quality, extremely fine. Adorned along the tail of the eagle are the words “Für Schlesien”, meaning “For Silesia”. Along the top is half crescent with a cross.

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  • Wound Badge 1918 in Black

    1918 Wound Badge in Black, solid replica of the first pattern Wound badge from WWI. It has a black painted finish and is fitted with the correct original style needle pin.

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  • Wound Badge 1918 in Gold

    1918 Wound Badge in Gold, solid replica of the first pattern Wound badge from WWI. It has a golden finish and is fitted with the correct original style needle pin.

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  • Wound Badge 1918 in Silver

    1918 Wound Badge in Silver, solid replica of the first pattern Wound badge from WWI. It has a silver plated finish and is fitted with the correct original style needle pin.

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  • Württemberg Military Merit Order, Knight’s Cross

    The replica of the order was a white-enameled cross pattée with curved arms and slightly concave edges. Around the white-enameled center medallion was a blue-enameled ring bearing on both sides the motto "Furchtlos und trew". On the obverse, the medallion bore a green-enameled laurel wreath. On the reverse, the medallion bore the monogram of the king of...

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  • Württemberg Order Of Friedrich, Knight First Class...

    The Friedrich Order, Knight First Class with Swords was an order of merit of the German Kingdom of Württemberg. It was instituted on 1 January 1830 by the second king of Württemberg, Wilhelm I in remembrance of his father, King Friedrich I. In 1918, the end of the monarchy meant the abolition of the order.

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