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  1. They could have belonged together once.
  2. Hello, I recently got this rather long Austrian ribbon bar. I find the Officer Grade Italian Order of the Crown very interesting. Furthermore can anyone identify the ninth ribbon after the Austrian War Commemorative Medal? Best regards Nicolas
  3. Hi Andreas, thanks for your reply. I guess because the MVO has not a Beamtenband it is not a Beamter? What could it be then? Best regards, Nicolas
  4. Thank you! So a Civil Servant with at least Rank Major because of the RAO 4.Klasse?
  5. Hello, I just can't identify the second ribbon on this ribbon bar. It can't be bavarian, can it? 1.König-Ludwig-Kreuz 2. ??? 3. MVO am Friedensband 4. Hubertusorden OR Prinzregenten-Medaille 5. RAO 6. Bavarian Long Service 7. Prinzregenten-Medaille on Civilian Ribbon OR something from Austria? Best regards, Nicolas
  6. No, none of them can be 100% attributed. Please correct me if Im wrong but the first bar is missing the Wehrmacht Long Service awards to be Theo Lieb's Ribbon bar. Best regards, Nicolas
  7. Hi Dave, Thanks for your reply. That's a pity. I guess the number of the recipients, who were alive in 1938, and had the combination of my ribbon bar, is pretty small, though. Unfortunately, I do not know the criteria for the Sudetenland Medal for civilians. All the Best, Nicolas
  8. Hello, I recently got this ribbon bar. Not the prettiest but I like the combination. IMO: EK2, SH3, SV3bx, SA3bx, ÖM3K I don't have seen that many saxon bars with austrian decorations but no ID possible anyway, I guess? Best regards, Nicolas
  9. Hello, I think the Oelhafen signature is printed. Here is another example, which looks exactly the same to me.
  10. Hi Chistophe, Thanks for the information. Do you know how many of the 46 officers were still alive in 1934/35 ? Best regards, Nicolas
  11. Perfect! Thank you so much Andy! I think I have his ribbon bar. The combination matches perfectly, although I am not sure how common this combination was. Best regards, Nicolas
  12. Hello, I would be very glad if someone could look up the entry of Leutnant Harry von Kirchbach auf Lauterbach in the book: "Der königlich Sächsische Militär-St. Heinrichs-Orden 1736-1918: Ein Ehrenblatt der Sächsischen Armee." Thank you very much, Nicolas