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|General Description :||The Order of the German Eagle (German: Verdienstorden vom Deutschen Adler) was an award of the German Nazi regime, predominantly to foreign diplomats. The Order was instituted on 1 May 1937 by Adolf Hitler. It ceased to be awarded following the collapse of the Nazi Government at the end of World War II.
The Order of the German Eagle was a diplomatic and honorary award given to prominent foreigners, particularly diplomats, who were considered sympathetic to Nazism.
A white enameled Maltese Cross with a gilded border. Between each of the arms is a gilded and enameled NSDAP state eagle. The detail of the eagles is extraordinary as this degree of workmanship was a hallmark of the prestigious Godet firm of Berlin.
The reverse of the bale is micro stamped "900" indicating the silver content.
|Front Description :||The obverse displays two well detailed crossed gilded swords centered on the cross.|
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