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  1. If you do sell or take photos, you can always PM me. I might be interested!
  2. Really nice ones!
  3. Got any close ups of the tunics, awards and ribbon bars? Best regards, Daniel
  4. Really nice and some very rare miniatures and combinations there! To answer the Question regarding JB27 - 1800 Soldiers.
  5. The medals are authentic as are the bars. The threadstarter bar has an EK2 made by Godet.
  6. This is an original A core award type cross. From these pictures I wouldn't say the jumpring is repaired.
  7. For the list of names, of persons awarded the award. Add Gilbert Hamilton. https://sv.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gilbert_Hamilton_(1869–1947) Probably the only Swede to earn this award.
  8. Beautiful collection! The one ribbonbar which belonged to the NCO in the Sächsiches Karabiner regiment in Finland 1918, I'm not certain of this but I believe I have the matching medalbar in my possession. I'm talking of the ribbonbar in post Nr.610.
  9. I'm not as experienced as others here on documents. One thing I however would like to add is that I don't believe a few Third Reich Reichsadler stamps belong in this imperial Militaerpass, besides a bit suspicious awards with their dates.
  10. I still agree with Douglas, as I know him from another forum I know from before he is very competent with EK. This cross is bad because none of the parts match known originals. On originals too the frame can overlap the swastika too, I've seen it for example many times on the famous Junckers.
  11. I agree with Douglas. A bad one!