Georg14

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  1. Thanks for Your answer. But here is the granular surface under enamel - characteristic for the GDR/Prawema and the nut is also GDR type. On the IKOM's, the surface under the enamel is smooth and the nut is completely different. P.S. There are a few more 1 cl., one of which is similar to IKOM.
  2. Good Day, Gentlemen. What is Your opinion about the authentic of this subject ? It is positioned as 1 class. Of course this is the GDR, but I ask because a lot of gold-plated lower classes appeared on sale. Thanks.
  3. But where to find this order ? Is it a rare, expensive ?
  4. Good Morning. Now it is known exactly that this is a Cross of 10-11 degree of Sweden/Norwegian Masons.
  5. For Kallarati Heroik. Good evening, Gentleman. Different manufacturers of medals for Вravery (answer):
  6. " Georg may think that the numbers are unit numbers not numbers given to individual soldiers..... " I understood that this is blocks of the personal numbers whithin each Militia Districts and assigned certain unit/regiment. I am wrong ?
  7. "The letter "C" refers to the M3, but there is no regiment 2205..." The same problem with SL 11898 ...
  8. Thank You very much ! All the best in this New Year! Regards.
  9. Good evening, Gentlemen. Sorry, maybe I'm confused in the definitions, but did not fully understand transcript SC 2205 J.B.R. CARON : "I have been told that S is for an NCO" (#1) – what means an NCO ? SC - the letter "S" was set as whole after WW2 or this is an addition for his code during WW2 ? The letter "C" refers to the M3, but there is no regiment 2205 ( "Militia District 3 - Prefix C - Eastern Ontario and South-Western Quebec. Hastings & Prince Edward Regiment 4001 - 9000 ...", but 2205 ?). Many thanks.
  10. It's quite possible, thanks. But may be more opinions ?
  11. Good afternoon, Gentlemen. Maybe someone knows something about this cross ( x60mm, 46g, gilded Br or Cu, revers the same). A few months ago I saw the same in the internet, but I can not find it anymore. Thanks.
  12. Good day, Gentlemen. For a long time I can't find PH type 1 navy/marine (sterling). So, how difficult is to get it, how rare is it (manufactured ~135 000) and what it's real price (may be it's for sale somewhere now?) ? Thanks.
  13. So, it means that it was given out far less orders than manufactured, and unfortunately without a document it is impossible to know the order was given out or not. But this confirms my guesses too…
  14. As I undertand it is uknown how many total rewardings it were? On sales there are unreal much lots for sale, so it is very strange...