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  1. I am looking for any Info about him. He was alive in 1935 and should be in the Reichshandbuch der Deutschen Gesellschaft - Das Handbuch der Persönlichkeiten in Wort und Bild. If anyone has this book, could he please have a look? All the Best, Nicolas
  2. Over the years alot of Collectors posted their Godet Medal Bars in this beautiful Thread. I would greatly enjoy if you would share some of your Godet Ribbon Bars now. For the start here are mine:
  3. I am still looking for any help regarding my research. It is not Navy like it was supposed in the beginning. Best Regards, Nicolas
  4. Thanks Alan, Yeah not everyone respected the rules and regulations
  5. Hi Dave, Indeed, we don't know who the owner is for now. Anyway, I thank you for all the research you have done for me. It is greatly appreciated. All the best, Nicolas
  6. In the meanwhile I found out, that Navy is very likely. I did extensive research but had no luck. I would greatly appreciate any help with finding the owner. Best regards, Nicolas
  7. If von Geyso did not get the HEK2a it cant be our man, because the HEK2b is NOT a Neck Order and can be seen on the 3rd Picture I posted Best Regards, Nicolas
  8. Yes, thats what I would say aswell.
  9. As Rick said a long time ago: Double Royal and Princely Hohenzollerns are quite scarce (60) so only 60 persons...... in addition with the other awards it shouldn't be too hard to find someone. I just don't have the correct ranklists, can't anyone have a short look to help me out? It is is impossible for me to find the person in my 1913 Ranklist (Paperback!) How do I know if the third ribbon is the Princely or Royal House Order with Crown? Best, Nicolas
  10. So his prewar awards were: RAO4 DA25 HEK3(with crown)
  11. By the way. Do you guys have pdf ranklist with a search funktion? That would make the time spent on looking extremely low. Yes, the Osmanie was my first thought, too.
  12. How about: Major v. Langsdorff IR von Courbiere Nr.19 RAO4 DA25 BZ3bmE (1913 Ranklist) The nobility matches aswell. Is the Peacetime Hohenzollern a prewar award too? Best, Nicolas
  13. Thank you Andreas. I will have a look in my Ranklist. Best regards, Nicolas