Long Service Award, I Class Clasp for 18 Years (in silver gilt)
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The Long Service Award was founded by Grand Duke Paul Friedrich August and was conferred upon military personnel with a rank below officer who had rendered faithful service for many years.
The first batch of I Class clasps was awarded from 1848 until 1867, and they were primarily composed of silver gilt.
The second batch of I Class clasps was awarded from 1912 until 1913 and was primarily conferred upon gendarmes and dragoons. These clasps were composed of bronze gilt.
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