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Friedrich August Medaille in Bronze f?r Kriegsverdienste mit Schwerter

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This exist????: "Verleihungsetui f?r die s?chsische Friedrich August Medaille in Bronze f?r Kriegsverdienste mit Schwerter auf dem Etui "

plese answer me... :speechless:



Yes of course, for war awards.



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Now what I initially thought was that "oh yeah, OK... they have swords because the order inside has swords"....

Nope, my neophyte knowledge was confounded by the St. Henry Medal & RK.... this award doesn't come with swords.... but there they were on the lid!!

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So.... bottom line is Yes, you can find bronze FAM for war service in a nice case with swords impressed on the lid and it's probably real. I have not seen a fake of this type of case yet...

But remember that if you were truly loaded.... you could buy a cased FAM in bronze or silver in peacetime as well....


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Once upon a time..... I gathered some experience with Saxony & cases for their awards....

Thanks Stogieman, I was puzzled with the possibility thet they could exist a FAM wit swords on the ring, or so...Thanks again, of course I?ve see this in a auction of only Boxes...

By the way, what a nice medlas box collection that you have, greetings :cheers:



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