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Serbia WW1 Princess Zorka Montenegro Society Serb Women Badge Honor Decoration Serbian Maker Huguenin Freres


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Serbia: Honorary badge of the Princess Zorka of Montenegro Society 
of Serb Women.
Maker marked by Huguenin Freres in La Lockle, Switzerland. 
Princess Ljubica of Montenegro,  later Princess Zorka Karageorgevic 
of Serbia (23 Dec. 1864 – 16 Mar. 1890) was the eldest child of King 
Nicholas I and Queen Milena of Montenegro, and the wife of Prince 
Peter Karageorgevic, who would become King of Serbia in 1903, 
13 years after her death.
The "Princess Zorka Society of Serb Women" had been founded right 
after the end of WW1. The Society was focused on providing relief to 
the Wounded and Victims of the War as well as on supporting the 
effort of rebuilding the country, on promoting the national unity, the 
rights of women and the equality of men and women in private and 
public law.
Gilt and enameled badge with a full color portrait of Princess Zorka, 
circumscribed in Cyrillic "DRUSTVO - KNEGINJA ZORKA" (Society 
of Princess Zorka). With the Royal Crown of the Kingdom and the 
Double Headed Eagle and the Coat of Arms of the Kingdom of Serbs, 
Croats and Slovenes (1918-1929).
An amazing and extremely scrce badge.


post WW1 1914 -1918 - 1929

Item 100% original 

Condition as on the photo
Payment method: Paypal

Product Code: 03579

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