The Cross of Honour of the German Mother – was a German State Decoration awarded in recognition of the importance of a women,s role in motherhood. It was first established by order of the German Government led by Adolf Hitler in 1938 and first awarded in 1939 – final award being on 8th of May 1945. The award was typical of the Nazi ideology and promoted the growth of the German population.

This award is in Gold (classed as a First Class) and was awarded to mothers whom gave birth to 8 or more children. The enamel and gold finish are just perfect and completely undamaged – superb. It comes with the white and blue neck ribbon as these awards were worn around the neck by the recipient. The box of issue is totally undamaged with the gold embossed cross to the lid in perfect condition. Inner of the box the silk lining again is totally undamaged and stain free. Its marked by the maker Wilhelm Deumer.

These awards in all their forms are beautiful, not only an award but a superb piece of jewellery worn with pride by the Mothers at the time.

If you are looking for a Gold & Boxed version, you will not find finer than this example.

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