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  1. Hi Gents, DK stands for Dienstauszeichnungskreuz. Kind regards Andreas
  2. Hi roman, what a beauty, thanks for showing. Kind regards Andreas
  3. Hi, my interpretation from the ribbon bar: - 1914 EK 2. Klasse - Ehrenkreuz für Frontkämpfer - Königl. Preuss. Roter Adler-Orden 4. Klasse - Kolonialdenkmünze mit Spange „Venezuela 1902/03“ - ??? - Königl. Preuss. Dienstauszeichnungskreuz - Treue Dienst Ehrenzeichen 1. Stufe 40 Jahre - Königl. Preuss. Kaiser Wilhelm-Erinnerungsmedaille 1797-1897 - Mecidiye Orden with swords - Liakat Medaille with swords - Imtiaz Medaille with swords - Kaiserl. Türkischer Eiserner Halbmond - Kaiserl. Türkischer Osmanje-Orden 4. Klasse Kind regards Andreas
  4. Maybe you could provide a better scan from the ribbon bar?! Kind regards Andreas
  5. Hi lew, I do not think that it is Gondi´s ribbon bar, he is born on 16.07.1900 and there are at least two ribbons which are not possible: blue ribbon = Dienstauszeichnung and yellow ribbon = Centenarmedaille or Baden silberne Verdienstmedaille Kind regards Andreas
  6. Hi Gent´s, what does the left stamp 2/ M30 mean? The right one is from Artillerie - Regiment 4, 1. Batterie Every help appreciated. Kind regards Andreas
  7. Hi Gent´s, can you please help me with the determination of the left badge? Every help appreciated. Kind regards Andreas
  8. Hi, SEHO = Sachsen Ernestiner Hausorden Regards Andreas
  9. Maybe this can help?! https://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/3._Marine-Division_(Deutsches_Kaiserreich)
  10. Hi Brian, from the Rangliste der Kaiserlich Deutschen Marine 1918 Leutnant der Reserve der Marineinfanterie, Patent to Lt 13.01.1917 At this time ( 14.02.1918 ) he is only listed with EK 2 and Oldenburg Friedrich August Kreuz 2 Kind regards Andreas
  11. Hi, you should provide better photos from front and reverse Regards Andreas
  12. Hi, I agree with Laurentius. I have at least doubts with the bar Militärverdienstkreuz from picture 1 and from picture 2 I do not like the bar middle right. Kind regards Andreas
  13. Hi Windu, I think it is the Friedrich Kreuz from Anhalt. https://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Friedrich-Kreuz Kind regards Andreas
  14. porcelain figurines

    Nice Art Deko, are they from Schliepstein? Kind regards Andreas
  15. The pennant has a similarity to Deutsche Gesellschaft zur Rettung Schiffbrüchiger http://seenotretter-shop.de/schatzkiste/fanartikel-und-aufkleber.html and the letters could mean the following: Lebens Rettungs Gesellschaft V for the village I do not know Kind regards Andreas
  16. Hi, if it has had the Mecklenburger Militärverdienstkreuz 2nd class, I would have known a possible owner. He was first here: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/SM_UB-14 later on SM UB 15 Maybe this can help you with further research. Kind regards Andreas
  17. Hi, so try this one. http://zs.thulb.uni-jena.de/receive/jportal_jpvolume_00265493 Regards Andreas
  18. Hi, I love this bar. Are there engravings on the Swedish and Turkish medals? Due to the presence from 2 + 9 we are talking from Unteroffizier as his military rank. Maybe you could try this for research http://zs.thulb.uni-jena.de/rsc/viewer/jportal_derivate_00186013/Staatshandbuch_Film_Nr_17_0382.tif Kind regards Andreas
  19. Hi, I think it could be this one: https://www.amazon.de/Ehrenbuch-Inhaber-Sächsischen-Goldenen-Militär-St-Heinrichs-Medaille/dp/B002JOV810 Kind regards Andreas
  20. Italian Trumpet Banner

    Thanks a lot, but my Italian is not good enough for research and I am not a member from an Italian military forum. All what I could figure out was a similare drapella per tromba which has additionally added faces and was dated from 1937, so I believe that it is pre 1937. Kind regards Andreas
  21. Hi Gents, I could acquire this Italian Trumpet Banner, but I couldn´t figure out from what period it is. Front Every help appreciated. Kind regards Andreas Detail eagle Reverse Detail reverse
  22. Hi, you misunderstood something, scottplen bought this medal bar, and the former owner told him, that the medal was silver gilded, but as he got it, it turned out, that it was made from 333 gold. Kind regards Andreas
  23. Hi Gents, the bar was sold for 2.110 €. Kind regards Andreas