Medal for Assistance in the Royal Palace Fire, 1864, in Bronze

SKU: 02.SAX.0113.101.01

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  • country
    Germany
  • date of institution
    September 3, 1864
  • remarks
    The medal stamp was designed by Gustav Julius Buschick.

History


The Medal for Assistance in the Royal Palace Fire was introduced on September 3, 1864, by Duke Ernst I. The Medal was conferred upon firefighters and civilians who provided assistance during the Royal Palace fire which occurred on August 24, 1864.

The medal features the rightward facing portrait of Duke Ernst I. It The medal was awarded to 627 recipients, including 466 members of the municipal fire department, 123 members of the court fire department, and 38 civilians.

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  • Price

    $250+ USD

  • Composition

    Bronze

  • Inscription

    Obv: ERNST HERZOG VON SACHSEN ALTENBURG Rev: IN DANKBARER ERINNERUNG AN DIE BEI DEM BRANDE UNSERES SCHLOSSES ZU ALTENBURG AM 24. AUGUST 1864 ERFLOGREICH GELEISTETEN FEUERWEHRDIENSTE

  • Size

    33mm

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