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Christian L, is your's a "Milit?r-Ehrenzeichen II. Klasse" or a "Krieger-Verdienstmedaille"?

I'm with Rick and would say those are wearing replacements from post 1918, Hungary not unlikely but might be Austrian, German etc. Especially if Christian's is a MEZ2 I'd say those are rather German than Hungarian made. I'm pretty sure those are not late war awarded examples as those were real silver threw all times from what I know.

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Probably a copy. Personally, I observe traces of casting. Weight 21 grams, diameter 39 mm. A picture of an item from one of the auctions.

The images for some reason did not load, writes that the waiting failed, although the type and size are doaustable, so I gave a link to the auctioneer.

If someone manages to upload images for the story from there to here, it will be nice.

 

https://auction.ru/offersnapshot/191337836771404.html#2

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