GERMANY Prince Wilhelm WW1 Kronprinz Hussar cavalry 1915 silver medal designed by H. Guraske. Rare early World War I type, struck in Berlin; 800 silver fitness. Guaranteed to be 100% original or your money back.
Rare WW1 era German “Kronprinz Wilhelm Hussar” silver medal designed by H. Guraske and struck circa 1915 in Berlin, Germany. Crown Prince Wilhelm was the eldest son the German Emperor Wilhelm II and the commander of the Imperial German 5th Army during World War I. Hard to find medal as reportedly only a few hundred were issued. Very few survived as many were melted down for silver during the harsh post-war years. Struck in .800 fitness silver – marked SILBER 800 on the rim. About 34.5 mm in diameter; weights 18.5 grams. Excellent overall condition with very attractive dark-gray patina throughout; a few minor rim dings are noted for accuracy. Rare in any shape or form these days – a fantastic find!
This GERMANY Prince Wilhelm WW1 Kronprinz Hussar cavalry 1915 silver medal is guaranteed to be genuine or your money back. Not cleaned; these are the actual photos. We have several scarce WW1 and WW2 badges, fighting daggers and trench knives available for sale – please take a look in our Militaria section.
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