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    For sale: This nice and rarer military pass ("Militärpass") of an bavarian former Bezirksfeldwebel (NCO) who served and lived in franconia (Ansbach/Nürnberg) He began his service in 1872 and ended it after 40 years in 1912. The pass does have a very good condition only small damages in its shell. A lot of registrations in his pass (promotions, troops and his awarded decorations) He got the -LSC (i think for 40 years) -the 1905 Jubilee medal and in my opinion the rare bavarian miliary merit cross 1st class without swords in its version of 1905 - 1913. (only awarded 185 times - hereof 109 times to bavarians - source: Bernd Döbel) You can find his military case also on Ancestry (see pic) The registrations end in ca. 1919. His last regiment was the Halbinvaliden Abteilung II. A.K. Price: 159,00 EUR or best offer for this nice and rare document. The pics do not show all of the registations of the pass!! I prefer bank transfer for members of the E.U. Paypal fees 4 % - no PP as "friends" accepted!! Shipping worldwide as registered small package for 6,00 EUR


  2. Good to have this forum. Nice pic. If you want to sell it in future, please let me know. I think i got his Soldbuch of 1914/15.
  3. Yes very good for us researchers - they took the most of the archive data outside of Stuttgart bevor 1944. Especially i like the high detailed pics. The most of M 707, 708 709 photos are saved on my PC - ...was a really hard work. ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Are we in or are we out?:) - nearly every day when i read the newspapers i think: What the hell they are doing over there??? If they will not chance their minds, i think you`re out .. hard out.😬
  4. Now i know him - he`s from our Archive in Stuttgart. I like the pic, because he has the MKF knight on his bar.
  5. Wagner is a german mass name like schmidt, Maier, Müller, Schulz and others... Who is the guy in your avatar? I know that face but not his name.
  6. Thank you, too. Yes, it seems that he wears the MMJO ribbon. I like those old cards. Sometimes you can find very nice pieces for low money here in GER.
  7. WOW Glenn! Thank again again😃 I will take the new photos in my album with that informations about it.
  8. ixhs

    One of the rarest EK Awards...

    Für Heimatverdienste means he got the IC on non-combatant ribbon. Würde zu einem Offizier im Kriegsbekleidungsamt passen.
  9. Hello again! Here we have 2 "bavarian" pics, i recently got. Can somebody help to ID the bavarian General on pic # 1 ? He wears the IC, bavarian MMO on his neck & star. I think it`s a pic with his staff. The pic was taken in bavaria. # 2 was taken in Freising. It shows a group of veterans. The NCO in the middle wears his bar in a funny way (or it is a Frackbar) On pos. 1 bavarian MMC 3rd class with X and crown, IC and on the last position the rare bavarian bravery medal (i don`t know if it is the silver or golden grade) I had luck - the seller did not know the rarity of the pic (postcard) - Can we ID the units? Infanterists? Jäger???? On the left a guy who looks a bit like the last russian czar Nikolaus. lol.. Thanks again for help. zähringer18.tif zähringer22.tif
  10. Why not? seems that he only got the hanseatic cross and wore it alone. May be the ribbon could be new.
  11. How many of that pieces were awarded is still unknown. ~ 2000 pieces is a Schätzung of Walter Rosenwald + The archive material did not survive the last war.
  12. Hi Alex, I only have a few pics with pilots on it. Is the shown guy a Marineflieger? I can read a 13 on his shoulderboards and the rank of a Lt. or 1st Lt. Thanks. zähringer17.tif