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Gensui

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    Germany
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    Always looking for Imperial German medal bars, related to the former colonies!

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  1. I would agree- naval related. But a medical? I am missing any Red Cross related items. But how about a Paymaster, naval official, Feuerwerker...? The problem is, that thiis medal bar has nothing unique, which would allow me to track it... BR, Chris
  2. Claudio, Hm, that could be an explanation. Any clasp on a Red Cross medal wouldn't fit due to the Red Cross medal itself. BR, Chris
  3. Gents, Let me allow to share my little piece of a non-combat frack bar. I'm wondering if there will be any identification possible...? BR, Chris
  4. Gents, Here is my little contribution. What puzzle's me, is the (possible) missing battle clasp above the Red Cross medal (see holes there). Hope you like it? BR, Chris
  5. Chinese Order of the Double Dragon. Interesting combination, which puzzle me, 'cause I thought this class of the Chinese order is for higher ranking. Beside this, no long service decoration, no further awards... BR, Chris
  6. Gents, Did anybody of you guys won the Benemerenti auction lot-no. 1031 (Document Group of a Matrose of the Trade-Submarine "Deutschland" / Ponape 1911.)? I would be happy to get in touch with the winner! BR, Gensui
  7. Time Left: 57 minutes and 29 seconds

    • FOR SALE
    • ORIGINAL/AUTHENTIC

    Gents, I’m offering a very nice award document / certification for the (Japanese) Capital Rehabilitation Medal. This document was awarded to a Secretary Post office Mr. Joshitane TAKAHASHI (or maybe TAKABASHI) on 1st May 1931 with the award no. 120755. The document is basically fine overall, but unfortunately folded three times. Asking price is 150 Euro. Please note, it's excl. shipping cost, which needs to be added to the price! Payment via money transfer. Paypal is ok, too, while adding 4%. If further photos needed, feel free to ask at any time! Br, Chris

    £130.00

  8. Dear Gensui

    I am Japanese award document collector. I find you have collected some Japanese award documents. Could I ask do you have some plans to sell them? If you want, please connect with me.

    Best Wish

    Moran

  9. Gensui

    China Incident Commemorative Medal

    Seems like official documents from a Japanese archive. Do you have any sources-information on this wonderful documents? BR, Chris
  10. Gents, After some thoughts and some discussion with the member Leutwein, I have doubt on the ribbon bars as well. Leutwein pointed out, that this ribbon bar (with the MVO4mKrX) should be, at least, to a Major-rank. But there is no long service medal for 25 years, which he should received basically. Beside this, it looks like a construction after the 1930s, and I'd like to refer on below link (thanks, Leutwein!) http://www.wehrmacht-awards.com/related/ribbons/construction.htm BR, Chris
  11. What I feel strange about are the different conditions between ribbon and medal. Seems like cleaned ribbon, while medal have a patina. No worries about authenticity. BR, Chris
  12. Gensui

    Imperial German medal bars

    Time Left: 57 minutes and 31 seconds

    • WANTED
    • ORIGINAL/AUTHENTIC

    Gents, I'm always interested in Imperial German medal bars, which are related to the former colonies. Especially to China, Samoa, Deutsch-Neuguinea and Venezuela. Please feel free to send me any offer directly via pm. Thanks and br, Chris

    NO VALUE SPECIFIED

  13. As far as I remember, seller declared the Tsekingkwan clasp itself as "tailor's copy". Br, Chris
  14. I hope this is ok? Otherwise, you need to be patient, 'till I take this bar back from the safe desposit box. BR, Chris
  15. Hi Alex, Yes, it's Borns medal bar. As far as I know, Anton "Toni" Heinrich Kaspar Born was born in 1890 in St. Goashausen, Hessen-Nassau. He received the MEZ 2 for his service at Pohnpei in 1911. But I am not sure, which ship Born joined during this time (SMS Emden, SMS Nuernberg, SMS Cormoran). I have a copy of a postcard; no. 21 is Born. BR, Chris
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