dedehansen

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  1. Hello Bernhard, thanks for this Information, and you are right, I like the Order of the Dragon of Annam too. Here is mine, it is the piece from Sergeant Rinuldi´s estate. Kind regards Andreas
  2. Thanks a lot Michael, much appreciated. In the internet one finds much about this person, but unfortunately no photo where he carries his medals, that would undoubtedly remove my last doubt. The awards fit very well to his resume. A very satisfied Andreas
  3. Hello Bernhard, thanks for the additional information about the Officer grade, I forgot to mention that. Do you know in which period this medal was awarded as French medal? You're right, a really beautiful piece of craftsmanship. Kind regards Andreas
  4. Moin Michael, thank you very much for your offer. unfortunately no class of the Order of Dannebrog, or it is missing. Regards Andreas
  5. Hi Gents, is it possible to assign a recipient by the composition of foreign medals? In germany there is a court and state manual, does something similar exist in Denmark? Every help appreciated. Kind regards Andreas
  6. Hi Gents, I got this Order of the Redeemer as part of a group of orders. Can the order be attributed to a production period or a manufacturer? I am happy about every information. Kind regards Andreas
  7. Hi Gents, I got this Royal Order of Cambodia as part of a group of orders. Can the order be attributed to a production period or a manufacturer? Am I right that this is a French issued cross? I am happy about every information. Kind regards Andreas
  8. Hi Gents, I got this Most Noble Order of the Crown of Thailand as part of a group of orders. Can the order be attributed to a production period or a manufacturer? I am happy about every information. Kind regards Andreas
  9. Hi Bernhard, that would have been my next question too. Hello Kevin, thank you for the further information. Regards Andreas
  10. Thanks a lot Kevin. Is there a note about other awards on his German card file? I am looking for Sturmabzeichen, VWA or Wiederholungsspange. Here is the reason why he is asking for help. Kind regards Andreas
  11. Hi Gents, a collector friend asked me for help researching Oberst Bruno Zwick. All I could find about him is: aus Rangliste das Deutsche Heer 1939: Stammtruppenteil IR 90, Hauptmannspatent am 01.04.1934 Aus Rangliste 1944 / 45 Nachdruck: Stammtruppenteil jetzt Gren Rgt 90, Oberstpatent 01.02.1944 Deutsches Kreuz in Gold am 30.05.1942 Im Infanterie-Regiment 41 (mot) Ehrenblattspange des Heeres am 15.10.1944 Im Grenadier-Regiment 553 This is all I could find about him, no informations about WW1 career nor a photo of him. Every help much appreciated Kind regards Andreas
  12. Many thanks for the great review of this topic Nick, it is very helpful. Kind regards Andreas
  13. Hi Gents, this medal was located in an estate. All what I know is, that the former owner from this medal was German adviser to the national government of the chinese republic. I have never before seen such a medal. I appreciate any help in determining this order. Kind regards Andreas
  14. Hi Douglas, it could be the hessische Tapferkeitsmedaille. Kind regards Andreas
  15. Hi Nicolas, the last ribbon is Stanislaus order or medal, and the bulgarian ribbon is for military merit, therefor in front of the Hindy. Could also be NCO / Deckoffizier. Kind regards Andreas