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Historic Imperial German Prussian Pour le Mérite With Oak Leaves Grouping In GOLD
Item #: JT461
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Pour Le Merite in 18K GOLD and enamels, hollow version circa 1916. Incredibly detailed and mounted on original neck ribbon with enameling and extremely fine condition. Weighing 18.4 grams inclusive of oak leaves, hollow with vent holes on both 3 & 9 o'clock arms. This example is typical of those produced by Wagner from 1914 to November 1916. Oak leaves also in gold with sharp, fine detailing. Together on a section of original ribbon with three silver stripes; indicative of a Pour le Merite awarded with Oak Leaves. One of only 112 Pour Le Merite medals awarded with oak leaves, this rare order displays outstanding quality and is in overall excellent condition.

Silver presentation cigarette case by Sy & Wagner presented by Prince Wilhelm. This case is solid silver exhibits the highest quality workmanship and is maker marked Sy & Wagner 937. Ruby and sapphire accents, weighing 135.2 grams, with blue enameled facsimile signature of the Prussian Crown Prince Wilhelm. The cigarette case is housed in a beautiful blue velvet covered case with a large Gold Crown to the center. The interior of the case is also marked Sy & Wagner.

Presentation cufflinks bear the cipher of Prince Wilhelm and are set in 18K gold with Ruby and Diamond accents.
All of the above items were purchased from a single veteran who acquired them during World War II

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