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GERMAN ORDERS AND DECORATIONS

GERMANY, CONSTANCE


GERMANY, CITY OF CONSTANCE

14283 Shilling of Constance according the treaty of 1417 (1417 until 1422). silver, diam. about 24 mm. Averse: St. Conrad enthrones, blessing with the right hand, the crozier in his left hand. Circonscription: "S'CUNRAD - EPUS'STAN" (Sanctus Conradus - Episcopus Constantiensis / St. Conrad - Bishop of Constance). Reverse: city shield without chief in six pass. Circonscription: "MONETA CIVITATIS CONSTAN" (Moneta Civitatis Constantiensis / Coin of the City of Constance).

Nau 011
SS 65,00 €


14286 Penny (Pfennig) of Constance according the treaty of Riedlingen of 1423 (1423 until about 1470/1480). silver, diam. about 14 mm. City shield without chief, above three rays star, in pearl's circle with nineteen pearls.

Nau 013
ss 35,00 €


14284 Shilling of Constance according the treaty of Riedlingen of 1423 (1423 until 1498). silver, diam. about 22 mm. Averse: St. Conrad enthrones, blessing with the right hand, the crozier in his left hand. Circonscription: "S'CONRAD - EPS' CONST" (Sanctus Conradus - Episcopus Constantiensis / St. Conrad - Bishop of Constance). Reverse: city shield without chief with eagle above (arms of the Empire) in four pass, in its corners above rings and below wings. Circonscription: "MONETA CIVITATIS CONST" (Moneta Civitatis Constantiensis / Coin of the City of Constance).

Nau 018
ss 45,00 €


11952 Batzen without year (after 1499). Silve, 3,25 g.

Nau 158
SS–VZ 135,00 €


11953 3 Kreuzer without year (after 1623). Silver, 1,3 g.

Nau 169
SS 75,00 €


11839 Dicken 1627, silver.

Nau 217
S–SS 75,00 €


11954 15 Kreuzer 1715 with countermark of the city of Constance. Silver, 4,47 g.

Nau 280
S–SS 175,00 €



GERMANY, PRINCIPALITY OF THE BISHOPRIC OF CONSTANCE (UNTIL 1803)

11831 Franz Conrad Kardinal von Rodt (1750-1775). Konventions-Taler 1761 F H, Augsburg, silver.

SS–VZ 650,00 €


11832 Heinrich II. von Klingenberg (1293-1306). Brakteat (1295/1335) silver 0,40 g, edge break.

SS 90,00 €


11949 Heinrich II. von Klingenberg (1293-1306). Brakteat (1295-1335). silver, 0,44 g, slight edge damages.

SS–VZ 75,00 €


13513 Hugo von Hohenlandenberg (1496-1529). Batzen, without year (after 1510), silver.

SS–VZ 125,00 €



GERMAN ORDERS AND DECORATIONS

GERMANY, GERMAN REICH 1933-1945


GERMANY, GERMAN REICH 1933-1938 RESP. GRAND GERMAN REICH (1938-1945), SO NAMED "THIRD REICH" - GENERAL

10537 Bronze medal in occasion of the desease of the German President General Field Marshall Paul von Beneckendorf und von Hindenburg on August 2, 1934, and the so named "Day of Potsdam" on March 21, 1933, non wearable, diam 36mm, in original case.

II 45,00 €
Scarce! In consequence of the so called "Day of Potsdam"on the same day of Hindenburg's desease, Hitler as chancelor took over also the power of Presisdent of the German Reich and hinceon styled himself "Führer und Reichskanzler of the German Reich".



GERMAN ORDERS AND DECORATIONS

GERMANY, GERMAN REICH 1933-1945


GERMANY, GERMAN REICH 1933-1938 RESP. GRAND GERMAN REICH (1938-1945), SO NAMED "THIRD REICH" - CIVIL DECORATIONS AND MEDALS

14819 Commemorative Medal for the Olympic Games 1936, non wearable, diam. 36.9 mm, silver, on the edge manufacturer's indication "SÄCHS. MÜNZE 999f."

II 125,00 €


11574 Commemorative Medal for Rescue from Danger, non wearable, diam. 49.9 mm, silver, on the front side two small edge notches, on the edge manufacturer's mark "835 PR. MÜNZE BERLIN".

NM3 6.02.05
II–III 275,00 €



GERMAN ORDERS AND DECORATIONS

FEDERAL REPUBLIC OF GERMANY


FEDERAL REPUBLIC OF GERMANY

14845 Silver Laurel Leaf, non wearable large edition for sport's teams from 1964 - to 2003 (reverse "Der Bundespräsident"), silver, on the reverse silver mark "925".

SL3 036
II 125,00 €
The award in this model until 1964 was also given to single persons.



GERMAN ORDERS AND DECORATIONS

FEDERAL REPUBLIC OF GERMANY


FEDERAL REPUBLIC OF GERMANY, FREE HANSEATIC CITY OF BREMEN

10421 Medal for excellent Achievement in Sports, 3rd model (since 1955), non wearable, bronze, diam. 62.7 mm.

SL3 490
II 270,00 €
RARE!



GERMAN ORDERS AND DECORATIONS

FEDERAL REPUBLIC OF GERMANY


FEDERAL REPUBLIC OF GERMANY, FEDERAL STATE OF NORTHRHINE-WESTFALIA (SINCE 1946)

10424 Medal for Merit of the Ministry of Ecology, Surface Develpoment and Agriculture, non wearable, Golden Medal, diam 81.3 mm, gilt.

SL3 667
I–II 80,00 €


10423 Medal for Merit of the Ministry of Ecology, Surface Develpoment and Agriculture, non wearable, Large Golden Medal, diam 100.3 mm, gilt, slight edge knock.

SL3 667 var.
I–II 90,00 €



GERMAN ORDERS AND DECORATIONS

FEDERAL REPUBLIC OF GERMANY


FEDERAL REPUBLIC OF GERMANY, FREE STATE OF THURINGIA (SINCE 1990)

13962 Honour-Medal "Thanks and Acknowledgement" of the Thuringian Fire Brigade Association, Bronze Medal of Honour, non wearable, bronze, diam. 40mm, in original case.

SL3 843
I–II 30,00 €


13961 Honour-Medal "Thanks and Acknowledgement" of the Thuringian Fire Brigade Association, Golden Medal of Honour, non wearable, diam. 40mm, silvered, in damaged original case.

SL3 844
I–II 35,00 €


13960 Honour-Medal "Thanks and Acknowledgement" of the Thuringian Fire Brigade Association, Golden Medal of Honour, non wearable, diam. 40mm, gilt, in original case.

SL3 845
I–II 40,00 €



EUROPEAN ORDERS, DECORATIONS AND MEDALS

FRANCE


FRANCE - SOCIETY-ORDERS AND -AWARDS: LIFE SAVING SOCIETIES AND FIRE BRIGADES

06769 Medal for Life Saving from drowning, by Oudiné, non wearable, bronze, diam. 50.5 mm.

II 30,00 €


06770 Large Fire Brigade Life Saving Medal "For Duty and Courage", by von O. Roty and A. Desaide, non wearable, silver, diam. 59.0 mm.

II 65,00 €


06771 Medal for Lifesaving from Drowning and Fire, by J. C. Chaplain and Oudiné, non wearable, silver, diam. 50.9 mm.

II 50,00 €


06772 Medal for Lifesaving from Drowning, by J. C. Chaplain and H. Dubois, non wearable, silver, diam. 50.9 mm.

II 50,00 €


06777 Medal for merit in the fire brigade for self-sacrifice, courage and diligence, by Daniel Dupuis and Alphée Dubois, non wearable, bronze, diam. 50.6 mm.

II 30,00 €


06781 Price Medal of the City of Paris for merit in flood catastrophies, by D. Duvivier, dated 1779, non wearable, bronze, diam. 42.0 mm.

II 50,00 €



EUROPEAN ORDERS, DECORATIONS AND MEDALS

ITALY


ITALY - AWARDS OF PROVINCES AND CITIES

12203 Bronze Medal for Merit of the Province of Viterbo, bronze, diam. 60,3 mm, in original case of Johnson of Milan.

I–II 20,00 €



EUROPEAN ORDERS, DECORATIONS AND MEDALS

SOVEREIGN ORDER OF MALTA


SOVEREIGN ORDER OF MALTA - ORDERS OF MERIT, DECORATIONS AND MEDALS

14746 Medal in occasion of the one hundred year jubilee of the Association of the Italian Knights of the Sovereign Order of Malta 1977, non wearable, bronze medal, bronze, diam. 35.3 mm.

I–II 25,00 €
The medal was instituted by the president of the association in 1977.



EUROPEAN ORDERS, DECORATIONS AND MEDALS

RUSSIA


RUSSIAN EMPIRE (UNTIL 1917)

15774 Coin brooch made of three 5 Kopek coins, silver, with pin.

75,00 €
Ex auction Kuenker no. 253 of October 4, 2014, cat. no. 1122.



EUROPEAN ORDERS, DECORATIONS AND MEDALS

SERBIA AND JUGOSLAVIA


FEDERAL PEOPLE'S REPUBLIC OF YUGOSLAVIA (1945-1963)

14204 Large Medal of Honour of the Yougoslavijan Tourism Association in occasion of its 35 years jubilee, non wearable, silvered, diam. 128.8 mm, slight edge knock, in original case.

II 35,00 €
Impressing medal!



EUROPEAN ORDERS, DECORATIONS AND MEDALS

HOLY SEE, CHURCH STATE AND VATICAN


HOLY SEE - DECORATIONS AND MEDALS FOR SPECIAL OCCASIONS

14952 Commemorative Medal for Merits in occasion of the visist of Pope John Paul II in the Federal Republic of Germany in 1980, non wearable, diam. 40 mm, bronze silvered, in its original silver imprinted bestowal case.

I–II 65,00 €
From November 15 until 19, 1980, Pope John Paul II (1920-2005, reigned since 1978) made his first pastoral (of three in total) visit to the Federal Republic of Germany. He visited Cologne, Bruehl, Bonn, Mainz, Muenster, Osnabrueck, Fulda, Munich and Altoetting. The people of Police, Fire Brigades, Red Cross, Maltese Ambulance Corps and of other organisations, who contributed to this visit, received such a medal.


14030 Silver Benemerenti-Medal (by G. Perrone and Lorioli) for Merit in occasion of the pilgrimage of Pope Paul VI. to the Holy Land from January 4 to 6, 1964, non wearable for female receivers, silver hallmarked, diam. 43.6 mm.

KÜ128 6856
I–II 75,00 €



HOLY SEE - DECORATIONS AND MEDALS FOR THE HOLY YEAR

14463 Bronze Medal in occasion of the Extraordinary Holy Year of Redemption 1983, diam. 60 mm, bronze, on the averse engraver's name "P.MONASSI"

I–II 25,00 €


14601 Set of three noch wearable medals in occasion of the Holy Portal of St. Peter's in Rome by Pope Leo XIII (1810-1903) at the inauguration of the Holy Year 1900. Gold, Silver and Bronze Medal, each 30.3 mm in diam., silver gilt, silver and bronze, each with engraver's name "BIANCHI", in original red presentation box.

II 265,00 €
Pope Leo XIII durin the Holy Year 1900 gave these medal sets as personal gifts to persons who had special merits in the preaparation of the festivities of the Holy Year.



HOLY SEE - PONTIFICAL MEDALS

04299 Official Papal Pontificial Medal of Pope Paul VI. for 1967 in silver (his 4th year of reign), by Luciano Minguzzi, silver medal, non wearable, silver, on the reverse hallmarked "Z 986", diam. 44 mm, in original case

I–II 45,00 €
Ex auction 128 of Fritz Rudolf Kuenker in Osnabrueck on June 22, 2007, cat. no. 5421.


14029 Official Pontifical Year Medal (by G. Giampoli) of the first year of reign of Pope Paul VI (reigned from 1963 until 1978), Silver Medal, non wearable, silver hallmarked, diam. 50.2 mm, in its original light brown case, imprinted with the golden arms of Pope Paul VI.

I–II 90,00 €
This medal was also given to the nearest female cooperators (mostly nuns of the Papal Household) of Pope Paul VI. after his death.


 
 
 
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