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Of course post WW1... I just picked this up, the bronze Table medal for Rupprecht comes in a number of variations, sometimes with date, different Obverse and reverse as the years went buy... not as commercial items but as tokens from the prince for "whatevers" from visitors, servants etc..... in the lid of the box is the miniature pin for those who attended his 60th Birthday and a small lion pin which may just be a pin supporting the royal family? Am not sure if it had any specific meaning.r5.thumb.jpg.ab8031f696ffb8b05a832f16b9c7b4cb.jpgr1.thumb.jpg.272141e0ddc56671ba15e6459e2a14ba.jpgr4.thumb.jpg.c8dc35be630fe30f66db601d8365d6fa.jpgr3.thumb.jpg.2518b0e340ea0a529982932c4b247b9e.jpgr2.thumb.jpg.6400e43ff7c8b25bfeb1b7ad47b9c593.jpgr6.thumb.jpg.154441d4fa73cd6db7e77d3c3220cc67.jpg

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Cool item, it seems the Bavarians were particularly fond of these non-official items.

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