Preussen Kriegs-Denkmünze für Kämpfer 1864
In a very good condition a war commemorative medal 1864 with ribbon bar
The war commemorative coins for 1864 were donated by King Wilhelm I on November 10, 1864. All officers, non-commissioned officers and soldiers involved in the fighting who had crossed the southern border to Holstein were entitled to receive them. Also included were the Baltic and North Sea Squadrons. The period for participation in the battles was from February 1st to August 2nd, 1864. This commemorative medal was also donated for the Austrian troops by the Emperor of Austria. However, this one with the reverse order of the letters on the front. At the same time, a war commemorative medal for non-combatants was donated. Subsequent gold-plated specimens also occur.
Bronze round medal on the rim the inscription Eroberten dänischen Geschützen (captured Danish guns)
Left side: the ornate letter - W - above the Prussian royal crown. Wilhelm I
Right side: the ornate letters - F - J - above the Austrian imperial crown. Ferdinand Joseph
At the edge a laurel wreath tied at the bottom with a double bow.
In the enclosed field the 4-line writing - OUR - BRAVE - WARRIORS - 1864