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Siegermedaille 1972
Winner's Medal: Olympic Games 1972 Munich

Silver medal of the Olympic Games in Munich 1972 for East German gymnast Erika Zuchold on women's team event. Designed by G. Cassioli and G. Marcks. Silver (169 grams); 6.6 cm with original chain. In original plastic case (17x17x2,8 cm) with printed Olympic emblem. Medal with original edge engraving "Zuchold, Erika" and "Turnen Mannschaftskampf Frauen". Plus the winner diploma (29.5x28cm) of the Olympic Games in Munich 1972 for the winner of an Olympic silver medal in this event and original silver medal's silver pin of the Olympic Summer game Munich 1972 for the winner of the second place. Silver plated bronze, 1.2x1.2 cm. These pins were awarded to the medallists in addidtion to their medals. Extremely rare. Original Olympic silver medal for the second place at the Olympic Games in Munich 1972. Includes 1) original cardboard slipcase for the medal; 2) IOC winner pin for this medal numbered "5169" which was awarded to Reika Zuchold retrospectively in the 1990ies. Erika Zuchold, nÚe Barth, (born 19th March 1947 in Lucka, district of Altenburg) is a former East German gymnast. She won four silver medals and one bronze medal for East Germany at Olympic Games. Zuchold became universally known for being the first woman to compete the flick-flack element on balance beam on the 7th June 1964. At the World Championships in 1970 she won gold at Vault and Balance Beam and silver in the Individual All-Round. She was sportswoman of the same year in East Germany. She quit her career after the Olympic Games in 1972. Condition: A. (Freightweight ca. 5 kg)



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