Medal commemorating Captain Karl von Müller (1873-1923) and the cruiser 'Emden' by L.C. Lauer

Medal commemorating Captain Karl von Müller (1873-1923) and the cruiser 'Emden'

L.C. Lauer

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Medal commemorating Captain Karl von Müller (1873-1923) and the cruiser 'Emden'

Medal commemorating Captain Karl von Müller (1873-1923) and the cruiser 'Emden'. Obverse: Bust of Captain von Müller, face front in uniform (three-quarter left). Legend: 'FREGATTENKAPITÄN VON MÜLLER.' A laurel sprig at end of legend. Reverse: Under a garland of oak and laurel and an iron cross hung from a ribbon, starboard broadside view of SMS 'Emden' under steam; on a tablet below, inscription: 'DER DEUTSCHEN STOLZ DER FEINDE SCHRECK S. M. S. EMDEN 1914.' (The pride of Germany, the terror of our foes. SMS 'Emden'. 1914.)

  • Image reference: E4652-2

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