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English: Austria, Schiller Bronze-Plaque-Medal N.D. by Hofner

Medallion 54 x 60 mm. Rare.

Johann Christoph Friedrich von Schiller, surgeon and writer, 1759 Marbach, Württemberg - 1805 Weimar, Germany

Head l., uniface. Wurzbach -; Brettauer -; Adolf Hess, Auktion 222, p. 35, No. 933.


(Otto) Hofner, 1879 Wien - 1946 Wien, Austria.

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