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  1. Rare unit indeed

    Wow, never seen anything to an unit like that before.
  2. Period Screwback Photo?

    The cross looks a lot like an AWS.
  3. I have never seen one before. What's the material?
  4. Nice to see a CoL 3 -1939 with still so much gold finish on it.
  5. My first 1914 IC 1

    It's an award piece. A very rough estimate would be 1915-1918. This due to that the early Godet's around 1914/early 1915 had cast iron core. The later ones (I estimate)from 1915 onwards had a stamped steel sheet core like yours.
  6. Good to know, didn't know about these. Anyways, the Tirol connection does in my opinion confirm it the the Gebrigs-Artillerie-Abteiling 2 which was a former unit of the Alpenkorps which fought in Tirol.
  7. A friend of mine offered this. What are your opinions of it? I have no idea whatsoever what it could be nor the value. So what is a wise price to pay and what exactly is this sword?
  8. No, but I managed o narrow it down to the unit as there was only one Bavarian unit in the Ostsee-Division. Perhaps more your taste as it was the Kgl. Bayerische Gebirgs-Artillerie-Abteilung Nr. 2, which had previously a part of the Alpenkorps before being transferred to the Ostsee-Division which fought in Finland.
  9. Quite a rare grouping for sale at Weitze. https://www.weitze.net/militaria/53/Bayern_Militaer_Max_Josef_Orden_Ritterkreuz_aus_dem_Besitz_Hauptmann_Grauvogel__269253.html
  10. Perhaps some people really wanted to make sure you wouldn't end up with the burden of having all the Leib Regiment related items