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Large medal bar of a Württemberg officer and participant in the Franco-Prussian War with six decorations. First a Knight's Cross 1st Class of the Württemberg Order of Frederick, gold and enamel, chipped in some places in the lower arm of the cross, the enamel of the right arm of the cross repaired, followed by a Württemberg service medal 2nd class for 21 years of service of the non-commissioned officers, then a Prussian commemorative medal for combatants 1870/71, followed by a Württemberg war commemorative medal with the monogram "K" (for King Karl) for loyal service in a campaign of war 1866, the eyelet re-soldered, a Prussian crown order 3rd class in gold and enamel, good condition, manufacturer "WK" (probably Willibald Kluge), and finally a Centennial Medal. The reverse terminated with red felt and needle system.
A proudly worn medal bar and attributed to Generalarzt Rudolf v. Burk.