1936 German Olympic Games Participants Medal Bronze
A 1936 German Olympic Games Participants Medal Bronze was awarded to participants to commemorate the 1936 Berlin Summer Olympics. The obverse of the medal features five men standing in line stepping onto a podium inscribed “1936”. On the left side of the medal is marked vertically with “XI. OLYMPIADE” and on the right side is marked “BERLIN”. The reverse of the medal features a bell with an eagle holding the Olympic rings at the centre, with the name of the designer “OTTO PLACZEK” on the ledge. In addition, the rim is also marked with the foundry maker Guss Noack Berlin.
Overall the medal has a nice patina, in good condition.
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