Bravery Medal, Type II, in Gold

SKU: 01.NAS.0102.101.01

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  • country
    Germany
  • date of institution
    March 19, 1807

History


The Medal was originally instituted by Duke Friedrich August I with the aim of encouraging military enlistment.

It was conferred upon Non-Commissioned Officers and enlisted men for demonstrating outstanding bravery in war, and during military campaigns.

The recipients could be citizens of Nassau or foreign citizens.

The Type II Medals were issued under Duke Wilhelm I of Nassau, and they were conferred upon individuals who participated in the Battle of Waterloo, as well as in the Spanish Campaign (1808-1813).

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  • Composition

    Gold

  • Inscription

    Obv: WILHELM I HERZOG ZU NASSAU Rev: DER TAPFERKEIT

  • Size

    34mm

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  • Version Remarks

    The award weighs 22 grams.

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