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cwdts

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  1. cwdts

    RIF CAMPAIGN MEDAL

    Antonio, Thank you for your reply! In any reference that I have seen, nothing has listed Fernando Poo as a unauthorized bar, but it does make sense. I have checked out that link on numerous occasions, but still have not seen a picture of an actual Fernando Poo bar.
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    RIF CAMPAIGN MEDAL

    Regarding the Spanish African campaign medal bars. Has anyone ever seen or posses the battle bar for Fernando Poo?
  3. THANK YOU VERY MUCH ILIEFF;I'M ALWAYS LOOKING FOR INFORMATION AND PLACES TO CHECK..CWD
  4. THANKS GREYC, I'D NEVER HEARD THAT TERM BEFORE. CWD
  5. thank you,i'm not familiar with the term kerning, is it the crosshatch? or the curve? regardless it's a nice oddity for me...cwd
  6. yes i understand that,do you have any idea as to how many were awarded and/or to who? i can't find anything about it's description.
  7. Thank you both for the information...cwd
  8. I have faith in it's authenticity, It was purchased from EMEDALS in Canada
  9. Hey guys, I believe there's been some controversy over the ribbon for the Queen Eleanoras Cross. Here's a photo of short piece that accompanied the one I have.
  10. Hello Guys! Wondering if anybody has any information on this badge. I believe it was for recovering captured flags during WWI. If so, how many were awarded? Couldn't have been too many. Any information would be helpful, thanks.
  11. Hello guys, Cheston Davis here. New to the club/forum.. I was surfing the net and saw this Southwest Afrika/ colonial German page and was fascinated. I have in my collection which to me was a mysterious item that I picked up over ten years ago. As per reading your discussions about a similar clasp to saxe-meiningen. I attaching a picture of it now. By what I gather from your conversations, it's a clasp for service in Afrika, but mine has no swords attached; so would this be for a non-combatant? Look forward to more information.
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