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Deruelle

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  1. Hi here is Rittmeister Albert Frhr v. u. zu Mannsbach from Karabiner Regiment. He was born in 1877. Christophe
  2. Hi Chip It's the first time I see such item, could you show us the shoulderboards please. Everything saxon interest me. Thanks Christophe
  3. Hi everybody, Here is new photo I have received this morning. A rare photo of saxon officer (showing his St Henry on medal bar) with two medals from Lippe Detmold The rarity, the War Honor Cross for the Heroic Deed. Only 740 awards during the WW1. For the moment I can't read the back of the text to know who is he. If someone can help me with translation, thanks in advance. Christophe
  4. Hi Dave, Many thanks for the informations. in the 104 history unit, only 12 LK were awarded, but no date were written. Too bad
  5. hi It seems to be a good one. Here is the twin bar Christophe On your bar it is too bad that the SV ribbon is after the SA one.
  6. Hi everybody, I have received recently two Order for Bravery 1915 in their boxes.
  7. Hi Very nice medal bar. I like it. It's difficult to find such saxon medal bar with Reuss connection. Congrats Christophe
  8. Hi Christer Very nice cross, thanks for sharing it with us Christophe
  9. Hi After the 15 september 1915, the order is not returned to the Order Chancellerie afther the dead of the owner. And before this date yes the order of St Henry should be returned. Officially, the Court Jeweler is Scharffenberg, but Roesner dit it too. Here is the hallmark of one of my SH3 Christophe In 1915, the Jeweller Osang made some knight cross of St Henry. Here is one more photo of the St Henry. Both are made from Scharffenberg but you can clearly see the difference.
  10. Hi everybody I want to share with you some of my Bulgarian medals and ribbon bars. Don't hesitate to share with us your treasure The first one Ribbon bar with Bulgarian ribbon
  11. Hi Chris Very nice display. Congrats Christophe
  12. Thanks for your reply. S is for Scharffenberg. your knight cross 2nd class seems to be from Scharffenberg too. Here is a photo of mine with their original box. All of m ine are from Scharffenberg congrats for your purchase Christophe
  13. Hi Very nice saxon medals. Can you tell me which hallmarks they have please. Thanks. Christophe
  14. Hi everybody, This morning I received the photo of Otto Martin and after looking carefully the photo I saw this. Can someone help me about this item please ? Christophe
  15. Hi Dave, Thanks a lot for showing this nice photo. Christophe
  16. Thanks Charles, amazing collection. Congrats Christophe
  17. Hi I am impressed by the quality of your collection. Congrats. When I've begun to collect Militaria, the first book I have bought is the von Salomon's Freikorps book from 1938. At that time I'd loved to collect freecorps medals but I have never found one in militaria show. Later I have found some dealers who sold some but there is a lot of fake. So I have chosen to collect Imperial medals. Thanks for sharing your collection with us. Christophe
  18. Charles, Very nice uniform. Congrats. Is there a name inside your uniform ? Christophe
  19. Hi I've always heard that EK2 1914 was awarded more than 5 miilions time. The Voll's book is very complete and you can find it probably on amazon or directly through the DGO. About the O'Connor's book, it is true that the 2 first volumes are very rare now. I am lucky enought to have the complete collection. I remember that Pal Chepurko plans to scan those books. I have no idea about that now. Christophe
  20. Hi, In Roth's book we can find some informations about the Saxon Friedrich August medal - FAMs : 56597 till end of 1917 - FAMb : 195800 tll end of 1917 Christophe In the Voll's book, some more informations can be found - Anhalt Friedrich Kreuz am Kriegsband : 18 to 20.000 - Mecklemburg Scwherin : MVK1 : 3570 - Mecklemburg Scwherin : MVK : 74.875 Christophe
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