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GERMAN ORDERS AND DECORATIONS

GERMANY, HESSE


GERMANY, LANDGRAVATE OF HESSE (-HOMBURG) (UNTIL 1866)

16238b Partial document and photograph group of the late hussar Alfred Göhring from the 2nd Kurhessisches Husaren-Regiment „Landgraf Friedrich II. von Hessen-Homburg“ No. 14 (so called „Hessen-Homburg-Hussars“, born in Grossbreitenbach in the Principlaity of Schwarzburg-Sondershausen: 1) Princely Schwarzburg Medal of Honour for Merit in the War [Fürstlich Schwarzburgische Ehrenmedaille für Verdienst im Kriege], bestowal document, dated Sondershausen September 1, 1915. with large paper seal and original signature of Prince Günther of Schwarzburg-Rudolstadt and of Schwarzburg-Sondershausen (1852-1925, reigned from 1890 resp. 1909 until 1918), double sheet, two times folded; 2) Four photographs of Göhring in different hussar-uniforms of the regiment, one of them old coloured and in wooden frame, and a group photograph in hussars-uniforms and a postcard.3) Auszug aus der Kriegsstammrolle [Extract of the war patent roll], dated 1917, several repairs; 4) Soldbuch of the German Wehrmacht, edited Hildesheim, March 30, 1944, with numerous recordings, one page damaged.
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II; II-III, II 275,00 €
Alfred Edmund Otto Göhring was born on April 22, 1893, in Großbreitenbach in the Principality Schwarzburg-Sondershausen. His father was August Göhring, innkeeper in Großbreitenbach, his mother Ottilie Gönhring, born Zähring. His profession was waiter. On October 7, 1913, he was enlisted in the 2nd squadron of the 2nd Kurhessisches Husaren-Regiment „Landgraf Friedrich II. von Hessen-Homburg“ No. 14 (so called „Hessen-Homburg-Hussars“) in Cassel. On August 3, 1914, he went with his regiment to war. During the First World War he was conferred the Iron Cross IInd and Ist classes [Eiserne Kreuz II. und II. Klasse], the Princely Schwarzburg Medal of Honour for Merit in the War [Fürstlich Schwarzburgische Ehrenmedaille für Verdienst im Kriege] and the Cross for Faithful Service 1914 [Kreuz für treue Dienste 1914] of the Principality of Schaumburg-Lippe. After 1934 he received the German Honour Cross of the World War 1914-1918 for Combattants [das Ehrenkreuz des Weltkriegs 1914-1918 für Frontkämpfer] and two further, not identified awards. In March 1944 he was enlisted as a sergeant in the Landesschützen Ersatz- und Ausbildungs-Bataillon 11 in Hildesheim. He survived the Second World War. His date of death is not known.



GERMAN ORDERS AND DECORATIONS

GERMANY, PRUSSIA


GERMANY, KINGDOM OF PRUSSIA (1701-1918) - MOUNTED GROUPS

13997 Group of threewith three decorations mounted as worn: 1) Campaign Cross "Königgrätz 1866", conferred original piece; 2) War Commemorative Medal 1870-1871 in steel for nob-combattants, with ribbon for combattants; 3) Centenary Medal 1897. ribbons ptly slightly damaged, die reverse pin missing.

II– 95,00 €
In all parts original and contemporary mounted group!


14961 Group German style "kraus" mounted as worn with three decorations: 1) Iron Cross, edition 1914, blackened iron, silver frame; 2) German Reich: so named "Hindenburg-Cross" for combattants, iron bronzed, on the reverse manufacturing mark "P. & C.L."; 3) Military Long Service Decoration for Soldiers, 2nd model (1913-1920), medal 2nd class for XII years, bronze gilt. With pin.

II 85,00 €



GERMANY, PRUSSIA - COPIES

16187 Royal Prussian St. Johanniter-Orden. Modern museum or collectors copy of the orders cross with diamonds, 56,1 x 55,9 mm, gold enamelled, set with paste stones, 32.6 g, with new neck ribbon, with modern manufactured old style case.
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RRR
I-II 1'750,00 €
Ex 52nd Künker eLive-Auction on December 6, 2018, cat. no. 2038. - Excellently manufactured replacement piece which is nearly unavailable as an original. Also as a museum or collectors copy extremely rare. After the Prussian King Friedrich Wilhelm III (1770-1840, reigned since 1797) had desolved the Balley Brandenburg des Ritterlichen Ordens St. Johannis vom Spital zu Jerusalem by decree of October 30, 1810, and with document of January 23, 1811, he created the Royal Prussian St. Johanniter-Order with decree of May 23, 1812, as a royal order for merit, consisting in one class only. Between 1825 and 1852 he and his son and successor King Friedrich Wilhelm IV (1795-1861, reigned since 1840) conferred in total 13 crosses of the order with diamonds, among them 11 upon Imperial Russian officers, one upon a Saxon-Weimar and one upon an Austrian officer. After 1852 there were no further bestowals in diamonds. With cabinet order of October 15, 1852, Friedrich Wilhelm IV restored the Ballei Brandenburg des Ritterlichen Ordens St. Johannis vom Spital zu Jerusalem. According to our research until only one original piece is known to have come in our times. Further research led to the result that nor in the Orders Collections of the Moscow Kremlin Museums, nor in the Historical Museum in Moscow nor in the Ermitage in Sankt Petersburg such a piece can be found.



GERMAN ORDERS AND DECORATIONS

GERMANY, SCHWARZBURG


GERMANY, PRINCIPALITY OF SCHWARZBURG-SONDERSHAUSEN (UNTIL 1918)

16238a Partial document and photograph group of the late hussar Alfred Göhring from the 2nd Kurhessisches Husaren-Regiment „Landgraf Friedrich II. von Hessen-Homburg“ No. 14 (so called „Hessen-Homburg-Hussars“, born in Grossbreitenbach in the Principlaity of Schwarzburg-Sondershausen: 1) Princely Schwarzburg Medal of Honour for Merit in the War [Fürstlich Schwarzburgische Ehrenmedaille für Verdienst im Kriege], bestowal document, dated Sondershausen September 1, 1915. with large paper seal and original signature of Prince Günther of Schwarzburg-Rudolstadt and of Schwarzburg-Sondershausen (1852-1925, reigned from 1890 resp. 1909 until 1918), double sheet, two times folded; 2) Four photographs of Göhring in different hussar-uniforms of the regiment, one of them old coloured and in wooden frame, and a group photograph in hussars-uniforms and a postcard.3) Auszug aus der Kriegsstammrolle [Extract of the war patent roll], dated 1917, several repairs; 4) Soldbuch of the German Wehrmacht, edited Hildesheim, March 30, 1944, with numerous recordings, one page damaged.
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II; II-III, II 275,00 €
Alfred Edmund Otto Göhring was born on April 22, 1893, in Großbreitenbach in the Principality Schwarzburg-Sondershausen. His father was August Göhring, innkeeper in Großbreitenbach, his mother Ottilie Gönhring, born Zähring. His profession was waiter. On October 7, 1913, he was enlisted in the 2nd squadron of the 2nd Kurhessisches Husaren-Regiment „Landgraf Friedrich II. von Hessen-Homburg“ No. 14 (so called „Hessen-Homburg-Hussars“) in Cassel. On August 3, 1914, he went with his regiment to war. During the First World War he was conferred the Iron Cross IInd and Ist classes [Eiserne Kreuz II. und II. Klasse], the Princely Schwarzburg Medal of Honour for Merit in the War [Fürstlich Schwarzburgische Ehrenmedaille für Verdienst im Kriege] and the Cross for Faithful Service 1914 [Kreuz für treue Dienste 1914] of the Principality of Schaumburg-Lippe. After 1934 he received the German Honour Cross of the World War 1914-1918 for Combattants [das Ehrenkreuz des Weltkriegs 1914-1918 für Frontkämpfer] and two further, not identified awards. In March 1944 he was enlisted as a sergeant in the Landesschützen Ersatz- und Ausbildungs-Bataillon 11 in Hildesheim. He survived the Second World War. His date of death is not known.



GERMAN ORDERS AND DECORATIONS

FEDERAL REPUBLIC OF GERMANY


FEDERAL REPUBLIC OF GERMANY, FEDERAL STATE OF BADEN-WUERTTEMBERG (SINCE 1952)

16182 Medal for Merit of the State of Baden-Wurttemberg, first edition, (750 gold - 1974-1980), manufacturing of the Stuttgart Mint, edition for ladies (!), diam. 26.0 mm, 750/000 (18 ct.) gold, 15.2 g, on the edge hallmark “750”, with original breast ribbon, together with lapel bow for ladies, with pin, and miniature, bronze gilt, with bow for ladies, in its original golden imprinted case.

RR - KDO10 2367; SL5 576.
I-II 650,00 €
RR - The ladies edition has also been conferred and was worn with a breast ribbon, but was accompanied by a lapel bow for ladies. Between 1975 and 1979 in total 442 medal have been conferred, among them only 88 upon women. The Medal for Merit of the State of Baden-Wurttemberg was the sole wearable state award in the Federal Republic of German made of gold.



EUROPEAN ORDERS, DECORATIONS AND MEDALS

SPAIN


(THIRD) KINGDOM OF SPAIN, RESTORATION AND REIGN OF ISABELLA II. (1813-1868)

16240 Royal and Very Commendable Spanish Order of Charles III [Real y Muy Distinguida Orden Española de Carlos III.] (1847-1931). 3rd model (with white or yellow reverse centre - 1847-1868). Knight's [Caballero], 61 x 43,1 mm, gold enamelled, 17.2 g, some single slight enamel cracks, in two cross tips of the reverse two old, two nearly unvisible enamel repairs, in the ribbon ring French confirmation mark for 750/000 gold since 1893 ("owl" with "75"), with new ribbon.

BWK4 707.
II 480,00 €


 
 
 
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