Long Service Cross for Non-Commissioned Officers and Enlisted Men, Type II, I Class for 21 Years
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The Long Service Cross was originally instituted by Grand Duke Paul Friedrich on 30 April, 1841, and was conferred upon military personnel to reward long and faithful service.
The Type II Crosses were renewed by Grand Duke Friedrich Franz II on November 11, 1868, and required a different number of service years to receive an Award.
The I Class Cross for 21 Years was conferred upon Non-Commissioned Officers and enlisted men.
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