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Dolfek

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  1. Different medal

    Hello Gard, About your medal "MEDAL CARLISTA requetés for LOYALTY IN THE CRUSADE", it´s not for being wounded. It was awarded like that to veterans of this group during the spanish civil war. Awarded to veterans from the civil war, but after war, in 1964!! Being sold in Spain for about 85-135 euros. Have a look at these medals, all from the Carlism movement. http://www.coleccionesmilitares.com/medallas/texto/carlistas.htm Best regards, Dolfek.
  2. Japanese Tunic

    Yes, thank you. For sure, I even know that, but the seller didn´t. I wonder how many other items he has sold by "mistake"? I'll be posting photos soon. I wish I could get a cap. I'm having troubles identifying officers peak caps from enlisted ones. They look alike so much. I´m soo rookie in this field yet. Best regards, Dolfek.
  3. Japanese Tunic

    Finally I've received it. It's in good condition, well worn, and shows use. Also has traces of a string for medal purposes. Also the seller gave me some information about it, but is quite confusing. Here it is: "naval uniform of a Japanese army ensign during WW2. made of wool. Ensign lapel badge sewn on collar. name of owner embroidered on interior. Mr IKEYAMA. label of traders who produced naval uniform sewn on collar" Naval uniform? Who´s wrong here?? Is it anything missing around? At least I know what does it say in the label. Best regards, Dolfek.
  4. A visit to Jimboucho Gunsouten, Tokyo

    Wow I can't believe it!!!!!! I was around there last year!!!! I didn't know a shop like that existed.!!!!! Got to get back!!! Best regards, Dolfek.
  5. Japanese Tunic

    Thanks very much for the pictures. About the strings, can´t tell. I´ll have a close look once I have it in hand. Best regards, Dolfek.
  6. Japanese Tunic

    Thanks so much for your quick reply and excellent pictures!!! Best regards, Dolfek.
  7. Japanese Tunic

    Hello everyone, I´m a rookie japanese medal collector among many other things. But today I decided to upgrade my collection and bought this tunic thinking I could display many of the medals I have. I hope I did the right thing. I´m not very familiar with japanese uniforms yet, but for what I see with this one, it would be a officers M98 private purchase tunic. Any further comments are appreciated. Also, what medals/badges would you add to the tunic. Thanks. Best regards, Dolfek.
  8. Question RE: Spanish Awards

    Hi, It depends on which award you´re talking about. Is it a german medal awarded to a spanish soldier or is it spanish medal?
  9. MEDAILLE DE LA RESISTANCE, Opinions please.

    Thanks very much for your quick replay. I really appreciate your time and help. I thought it could be a restrike due the two tone finish, like what happends with US medals. Thanks for your opinions. Best regards, Dolfek.
  10. Hello, Could anyone tell me if this medal is period made, or is it a late replacement for veterans? Looks to be in mint condition, and made yesterday. Just the ribbon made me think it could be a period, never awarded medal. Thanks very much in advance. Best regards, Dolfek.
  11. Thanks, all I need now is the box!
  12. Tonkin medal - Army. Opinions please.

    Here´s another medal with ball type suspension ring, for later manufactured medals. Regards, Dolfek.
  13. Yes. You could get a Croix de Guerre (with a palm or lion), a commemorative war medal (with a few bars) and the WWI victory medal. All belgian of course. That would be a basic and nice group. This medal was awarded to french troops too. So, you may add some french medals instead. I personally have mine in a belgian group. Regards, Dolfek.
  14. One of the nicest US medals, at less for me. Also the Legion of Merit of course. Regards, Dolfek.
  15. FAKES!

    Thanks for warning us! Regards, Dolfek.
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