HeikoGrusdat

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About HeikoGrusdat

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  • Birthday 28/12/74

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    imperial german navy and colonial troops , medal bars from colonial soldiers , photos from navy soldiers and colonial soldiers.......photos of soldiers / officers with good medal bars

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  1. not simple - very cool you don`t see so many clasps to the Flandern cross on a medal bar very often - great find!!!
  2. right.....you have better things for less money
  3. OMFG another perfect example for paying the name but not the medals....wooow
  4. What price made the medal bar Claudio ?
  5. There is always a place for the ringlords here...now we finally know where the real centre of Mittelerde is great Chris great !!!
  6. Right....here the direction is completely strange...normally you would see in that case the MEZ in first position - never say never
  7. I would not like to have this bar.....because of a lot of reasons Laurentius.... FA-medals were not for 5 or 10 years.... silver and bronze , but that was not a long service award but a war merit award....grades depend on the rank of the soldier / nco
  8. Roman the 1864 medal is not for Königgrätz....and the 1866 medal is a cross , here it is the version of the main armee
  9. ok... riddle solved.... Kürassier Reg. 6
  10. Hello, can anybody help me with this photo....what unit or troop is this officer from , maybe Kürassier or Jäger zu Pferde? picture is made 1890 in Berlin , think this officer has been sent there to some school or position , so the place will not help...shoulderboards are too blurry , nothing to see there clearly.... thanks for all help Heiko
  11. I really can`t see it very good....but as he clearly is a Badener it could be of course a Greif , the crest animal of Baden , that would look similar to a dragon....but I have never seen this cross before.