Police Long Service Bar, 1870, II Class for 12 Years
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A rectangular bar constructed of silver, on a green ribbon bar. The obverse bears a Gothic letter "L", the coat of arms of Anhalt and the Roman numeral "XII" (12). The reverse bears a pin for attachment.
The Police Long Service Bar was established on April 6, 1870 by Duke Leopold IV. The II Class Bar for 12 Years was conferred upon members of the Police Force who rendered 12 years of service.
The Police Long Service Bars are identical to the ones used by the army.
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