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GERMAN Medal 1940 Third Reich Bronzed Designed by Karl Goetz WW2 Coin +RARE+

GERMAN Medal 1940 Third Reich Bronzed Designed by Karl Goetz WW2 Coin +RARE+

GERMAN Medal 1940 Third Reich Bronzed Designed by Karl Goetz WW2 Coin +RARE+

GERMAN Medal 1940 Third Reich Bronzed Designed by Karl Goetz WW2 Coin +RARE+

RARE German Medal 1940 Third Reich Copper Coin Empire Germany WW2 very good preservation – nice high grade. Designed by Karl Goetz. 100% Authentic See at original Picture and look at my other items! The item “GERMAN Medal 1940 Third Reich Bronzed Designed by Karl Goetz WW2 Coin +RARE+” is in sale since Sunday, May 26, 2019. This item is in the category “Coins & Paper Money\Coins\ World\Europe\Germany\Third Reich (1933-45)”. The seller is “321_verkauft” and is located in D. This item can be shipped worldwide.
  • Country/Region of Manufacture: Germany
  • Certification: Uncertified
  • Year: 1940
  • Composition: Copper

First World War German Goetz 1915 Cunard Lusitania Satirical Medal

1918 Paris France Germany Rare Splendid Goetz Art Medal Ww1 Clemenceau The Beast

1918 Paris France Germany Rare Splendid Goetz Art Medal Ww1 Clemenceau The Beast

1918 Paris France Germany Rare Splendid Goetz Art Medal Ww1 Clemenceau The Beast

1/ Rare art medal, rare K. 58mm 80grs approx, splendid finish, in very fine condition as scanned, no edge marked. Check out our other items. And built by John Brown and Company. Christened and launched on Thursday, June 7. Lusitania met a tragic end as a casualty of the First World War. When she was torpedoed by the German. Killing 1,198 of the 1,959 people aboard. The sinking turned public opinion in many countries against Germany. It is often considered by historians to be the second most famous civilian passenger liner disaster after the Titanic. Interests/Themes keywords : Art medal, Art nouveau, France. ABOUT US We are professional sellers running a family business, the first in the family who started to sell medals was, about 70 years ago, MaĆ®tre Albert de Jaeger. He was an Artist, a Sculptor and Medallist he received the Premier Grand Prix de Rome. (1935) for his medallic art, he created hundreds of medals and other art objects. Beautiful medals, highly collectable and great Gift ideas. The free listing tool. The item “1918 PARIS FRANCE GERMANY RARE SPLENDID GOETZ ART MEDAL WW1 CLEMENCEAU THE BEAST” is in sale since Saturday, November 14, 2015. This item is in the category “Coins & Paper Money\Exonumia\Medals”. The seller is “artmedals” and is located in Paris. This item can be shipped to North, South, or Latin America, all countries in Europe, all countries in continental Asia, Australia.

Karl Goetz German Medal Sinking Lusitania World War I Maritime Rare 5 Mai Cunard

Karl Goetz German Medal Sinking Lusitania World War I Maritime Rare 5 Mai Cunard

Karl Goetz German Medal Sinking Lusitania World War I Maritime Rare 5 Mai Cunard

Karl Goetz German Medal Sinking Lusitania World War I Maritime Rare 5 Mai Cunard

Karl Goetz German Medal Sinking Lusitania World War I Maritime Rare 5 Mai Cunard

KARL GOETZ LUSITANIA GERMAN MEDALLION “5 Mai 1915″. Not attracted to magnet. RMS Lusitania was launched by the Cunard Line in 1906, at a time of fierce competition for the North Atlantic trade. In 1915, during the first World War, she was torpedoed by a German U-Boat off the coast of Ireland. Of the 1,962 passengers and crew aboard. The sinking turned public opinion in many countries against Germany and contributed to the. American entry into the War. In August 1915, the German medallist and sculptor Karl Goetz privately struck a run of medals as a satirical attack on the Cunard Line for trying to continue business as usual during wartime. Goetz blamed both the British government and the Cunard Line for allowing the Lusitania to sail despite the German embassy warnings that it was unsafe to do so. One side of the medal shows the gun-laden Lusitania sinking, with the motto KEINE BANNWARE! Goetz had put an incorrect date for the sinking on the medal: instead of 7 Ma. Had put 5 Mai. Two days before the actual sinking. He later struck a new run of medals with the correct (7 Mai) date. The Goetz medal attracted so much attention that the British Lord Newton. Who was in charge of Propaganda at the Foreign Office in 1916, decided to develop the anti-German feelings aroused by it for propaganda purposes, and arranged for the medal to be. Came with a propaganda leaflet which strongly denounced the Germans and used the medal’s incorrect date. To claim that the sinking of the. Proceeds from the sale of the medals benefitted blinded soldiers and sailors. The item “KARL GOETZ GERMAN MEDAL SINKING LUSITANIA WORLD WAR I MARITIME RARE 5 MAI CUNARD” is in sale since Sunday, July 30, 2017. This item is in the category “Collectibles\Transportation\Boats & Ships\Cruise Ships & Ocean Liners\Cunard”. The seller is “sueseaworthy” and is located in New York, New York. This item can be shipped to North, South, or Latin America, all countries in Europe, Australia.

Original Karl Goetz German Medal Sinking Lusitania World War I Rare 5 Mai Cunard

Original Karl Goetz German Medal Sinking Lusitania World War I Rare 5 Mai Cunard

Original Karl Goetz German Medal Sinking Lusitania World War I Rare 5 Mai Cunard

Original Karl Goetz German Medal Sinking Lusitania World War I Rare 5 Mai Cunard

Original Karl Goetz German Medal Sinking Lusitania World War I Rare 5 Mai Cunard

KARL GOETZ LUSITANIA GERMAN MEDALLION “5 Mai 1915″. Not attracted to magnet. RMS Lusitania was launched by the Cunard Line in 1906, at a time of fierce competition for the North Atlantic trade. In 1915, during the first World War, she was torpedoed by a German U-Boat off the coast of Ireland. Of the 1,962 passengers and crew aboard. The sinking turned public opinion in many countries against Germany and contributed to the. American entry into the War. In August 1915, the German medallist and sculptor Karl Goetz privately struck a run of medals as a satirical attack on the Cunard Line for trying to continue business as usual during wartime. Goetz blamed both the British government and the Cunard Line for allowing the Lusitania to sail despite the German embassy warnings that it was unsafe to do so. One side of the medal shows the gun-laden Lusitania sinking, with the motto KEINE BANNWARE! Goetz had put an incorrect date for the sinking on the medal: instead of 7 Ma. Had put 5 Mai. Two days before the actual sinking. He later struck a new run of medals with the correct (7 Mai) date. The Goetz medal attracted so much attention that the British Lord Newton. Who was in charge of Propaganda at the Foreign Office in 1916, decided to develop the anti-German feelings aroused by it for propaganda purposes, and arranged for the medal to be. Came with a propaganda leaflet which strongly denounced the Germans and used the medal’s incorrect date. To claim that the sinking of the. Proceeds from the sale of the medals benefitted blinded soldiers and sailors. The item “ORIGINAL KARL GOETZ GERMAN MEDAL SINKING LUSITANIA WORLD WAR I RARE 5 MAI CUNARD” is in sale since Friday, June 30, 2017. This item is in the category “Collectibles\Transportation\Boats & Ships\Cruise Ships & Ocean Liners\Cunard”. The seller is “sueseaworthy” and is located in New York, New York. This item can be shipped to North, South, or Latin America, all countries in Europe, Australia.

Original Karl Goetz German Medal Sinking Lusitania World War I Rare 7 Mai Cunard

Original Karl Goetz German Medal Sinking Lusitania World War I Rare 7 Mai Cunard

Original Karl Goetz German Medal Sinking Lusitania World War I Rare 7 Mai Cunard

Original Karl Goetz German Medal Sinking Lusitania World War I Rare 7 Mai Cunard

Original Karl Goetz German Medal Sinking Lusitania World War I Rare 7 Mai Cunard

Original Karl Goetz German Medal Sinking Lusitania World War I Rare 7 Mai Cunard

Original Karl Goetz German Medal Sinking Lusitania World War I Rare 7 Mai Cunard

Original Karl Goetz German Medal Sinking Lusitania World War I Rare 7 Mai Cunard

Original Karl Goetz German Medal Sinking Lusitania World War I Rare 7 Mai Cunard

Original Karl Goetz German Medal Sinking Lusitania World War I Rare 7 Mai Cunard

Original Karl Goetz German Medal Sinking Lusitania World War I Rare 7 Mai Cunard

Original Karl Goetz German Medal Sinking Lusitania World War I Rare 7 Mai Cunard

Original Karl Goetz German Medal Sinking Lusitania World War I Rare 7 Mai Cunard

KARL GOETZ LUSITANIA GERMAN MEDALLION “7 Mai 1915″, with antique leather case. Pics taken in natural light and with overhead light fixture. Not attracted to magnet. RMS Lusitania was launched by the Cunard Line in 1906, at a time of fierce competition for the North Atlantic trade. In 1915, during the first World War, she was torpedoed by a German U-Boat off the coast of Ireland. Of the 1,962 passengers and crew aboard. The sinking turned public opinion in many countries against Germany and contributed to the. American entry into the War. In August 1915, the German medallist and sculptor Karl Goetz privately struck a run of medals as a satirical attack on the Cunard Line for trying to continue business as usual during wartime. Goetz blamed both the British government and the Cunard Line for allowing the Lusitania to sail despite the German embassy warnings that it was unsafe to do so. One side of the medal shows the gun-laden Lusitania sinking, with the motto KEINE BANNWARE! Goetz had put an incorrect date for the sinking on the medal: instead of 7 Ma. Had put 5 Mai. Two days before the actual sinking. He later struck a new run of medals with the correct (7 Mai) date. The medal offered for sale here is the second version, bearing the proper date of 7 Mai. The Goetz medal attracted so much attention that the British Lord Newton. Who was in charge of Propaganda at the Foreign Office in 1916, decided to develop the anti-German feelings aroused by it for propaganda purposes, and arranged for the medal to be. Came with a propaganda leaflet which strongly denounced the Germans and used the medal’s incorrect date. To claim that the sinking of the. Proceeds from the sale of the medals benefitted blinded soldiers and sailors. The item “ORIGINAL KARL GOETZ GERMAN MEDAL SINKING LUSITANIA WORLD WAR I RARE 7 MAI CUNARD” is in sale since Monday, March 20, 2017. This item is in the category “Collectibles\Transportation\Boats & Ships\Cruise Ships & Ocean Liners\Cunard”. The seller is “sueseajay” and is located in New York, New York. This item can be shipped to North, South, or Latin America, to all countries in Europe, to Australia.