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David M

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  1. and how are the other recolourized gents? I am sure at least the ones with all the GC can be identified easyli
  2. just out of cuiousity: I only recognize 1 guy in the series above. Who are the others?
  3. not to be difficult, but its the house order of Oranje and the Order of Oranje-Nassau, right?
  4. So this site is wrong? https://nl.wikipedia.org/wiki/Orde_van_Oranje-Nassau#De_versierselen it says the decorations did not vary since the foundation of the order To me it looks more like this https://nl.wikipedia.org/wiki/Huisorde_van_Oranje#De_Huisorde_bij_zijn_instelling_in_1905_en_de_later_ingestelde_graden
  5. Hi I am looking for the career and awards of Felix Eugen Wilhelm Ludwig Albrecht Karl zu Hohenlohe-Ingelfingen-Oehringen. I know he was a SecLt aggregiert dem Garde-Cuirassier-Regiment in 1844. Thanks a lot! regards David
  6. Would it be possible to find a list of the first 14 awardees of the Schaumburg-Lippe MVM 1849 version? According to Dave Danner, there were 7 to SL-officers and 7 to Hessen-Kassel and Sachson officers. I am most interested in the names of the hessians. Sofar I have 3: Leutnant Georg Ernst Wille, Johnn Carl Rainier von Ende and Major Friedrich Wilhelm Carl Eduard Freiherr von Haynau. Hoping to complete the list, I turn to the experts on this forum
  7. so I once saw something like a square medal 2 fro H/D was it for another wedding?
  8. So forgive me my ignorance, but what is the 3rd piece on the bar?
  9. didnt prussian royals also display only the 4th class of the REO?
  10. David M

    Cabinet-Photo of italian diplomat with nice orders

    why a double Samnarinese order? Wouldnt the one the chest be an officers cross
  11. its just so shiny. I was in a museum once in Germany and they sold IC like tese at the gift shop, along with new PROA3
  12. My guess: because they did not know beforehand for how long the war would continue. So they probably got the 1870 first, followed by the 1871 and concluded by the 70-71 for the entire war. But thats just me...I have no idea
  13. it has such amazing details compared to so many other orders. What pricerange do I have to think of when it comes to a single Knightscross?
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