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N14642-2 Medal with ribbon, Der Tapferkeit / Medal for Bravery / awarded for valour, silver / textile, Francis Joseph I, maker unknown, Austria, c.1789. Click to enlarge.

Austrian military medal awarded for Valour

Made
Medal, Austria, Francis Joseph I, military. For Valour, silver.

Summary

Object No.

N14642-2

Object Statement

Medal with ribbon, Der Tapferkeit / Medal for Bravery / awarded for valour, silver / textile, Francis Joseph I, maker unknown, Austria, c.1789

Physical Description

Medal, Austria, Francis Joseph I, military. For Valour, silver.

Marks

Marks, obverse: embossed 'FRANZ JOSEPH I.V. G.G. KAISER V. OESTERREICH'; Marks, reverse: DER / TAPFERKEIT'; Additional marks: 'LEISE(K?); Maker's mark: 'A' stamped into medal's side near textile

Production

Made

Source

Credit Line

Transferred from Australian Museum,1961 (bequest of Robert J Harris to the Australian Museum, 1943)

Acquisition Date

27 February 1961

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Wikipedia

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