Eagle Cufflinks of the Coat of Arms of Germany

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Eagle Cufflinks of the Coat of Arms of Germany, made of Rhodium-plated and Enameled steel with a size of 18 mm

The coat of arms of Germany has its origin in different symbols that occurred during the Holy Roman Empire, which, when disintegrated in 1806 as a result of the Napoleonic Wars, left the German States that had been part of the Empire without an official coat of arms. During the German Empire that was created in 1871, the golden eagle was once again taken as a symbol, its design being modified after the German defeat in the First World War and then again in the 1930s after the establishment of Nazi Germany.

The FRG established the current coat of arms in 1950. This coat of arms was designed in 1926 by Tobias Schwab, reforming the coat of arms of the Weimar Republic. At that time it was called the Weimar eagle, but when the FRG adopted it as a symbol it became known as the federal eagle, a name it maintains to this day. The federal eagle (Bundesadler in German) appears, for example, in many official documents, on army uniforms, on the façade of state buildings, on coins and passports, as well as on the t-shirts of German sports federations. It appears on the flag of Germany for government uses.

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Brand Gemelos Variados
Material Enamel, Rhodium Steel
Occasion Casual party, Formality, Gifts, Work
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