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    The first one is for Grand Duke Friedrich's 50th reign jubilee, the second one is for the 50th Wedding Anniversary of the ruling monarchs. While the first one is pretty common with almost 30,000 awards (uuh, Rick? :P ) the second one is extremely rare: just 100 were coined, according to H. Volle.

    I'll post pictures later, have to look for the 1906 one ... ;)

    Edit: here's the 1902 medal:

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    And the 1906 medal - well, it's just a fake.

    The 1902 and 1906 medals shared one red ribbon with two yellow stripes. There was a similar medal than the 1906 medal, a bit larger, without the writing on the front and with another ribbon. It's the "Friedrich-Luisen-Medaille", awarded from 1906 to 1918 for social welfare merit etc. As well not common, but compared to the one hundered 1906 medals ...


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    I was not specifically looking for it but I can tell you that according to the DOA Index there are 26 BDJM (1906) listed. They are on pages:

    55, 58, 67, 71, 91, 140, 230, 308, 326, 400, 401, 454, 458, 461, 463, 670, 742, 803, 116?, 1284, 1304, 1501, 1504, 1514, 1543, 1682

    If you look them up I would like to know how many also got the 1902 Jubilee Medal

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