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  1. ribbon for identify

    I'll try, what kind of pin does this ribbon have ?? could you show up?
  2. ribbon for identify

    Any other clues? any inscription on the back of the Ribbon?
  3. Hello everyone. I am interested in this Silesian eagle 1st Class, but I have doubts whether it is original or a copy .. Let me know your views on it. Thanks in advance. Lambert
  4. I think Rob is correct. Lambert
  5. you are absolutely right.
  6. Yes it's right. This is mine .. but it does not have the Iron Cross.
  7. I'd leave it as it is. Just clean it better.
  8. Yes, 75.00 $ is very cheap for an original Vic Cuba, do not say that this could not happen because it happened to me, I acquired rare Vics with an excellent price. But it is good to be sure that it is really original or an original variant of the same era. Here I rescued the advertisement and seller of my Cuban copy. http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/COPY-of-full-size-CUBA-WWI-VICTORY-Medal-/282583134936?hash=item41cb4472d8:g:FSoAAOSwUKxYZRd6 "and this seems to be the first time I've been fooled. " This sometimes happens, serves as learning. Good luck! Lambert
  9. I have a MV Cuba that I bought on Ebay.uk. Sold as a copy (in Copper) that exactly matches the one in your post, is the same mold, with the same defects. look here. The right is mine.
  10. The edges of Vic Cubana are not irregular like these. Could you get photos of the sides of the medal? Photos like this: Disregard the marks .. I want to see if the edges are regular Lambert
  11. Hi David . I would not buy that. I believe it is false. Lambert

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