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Valgor

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  1. Well, that bar sure is something else! I suspect the silver 2nd class may be zink. Compare the color and material to the truppenkreuz and the silver first class. I have a few other bars. I will post them later on.
  2. Hello, Are there Henkelöse (1798 until 1918) for silver tapferkeitsmedals? There is a funny looking first class silver one on emedals, marked sold.
  3. Hello Spolei, I have wondered about that myself, zink or silver. The material is not zink but it does not really look like silver aswel. It is as if the silver had a zinky wash over it. Anyway, it has a silver stamp on it. It must have looked at it upside down at first, becouse only now i see it is an "A" in a circle. Only solid silver gets a silver mark i gues, so it must be silver. I have resisted cleening it sofar. I think i will clean the outer rim and i expect to see shining silver appear . I forgot to mention that the silverstamp is at the bottom an not even near the suspension ring. Hello Christian, that is a sweet collection! Never seen such a mini and that nr°64 looks good enough to steal! I forgot to mention that the silverstamp is at the bottom an not even near the suspension ring.
  4. I'm no expert, far from it. I think this is a german produced nineteen thirties piece. Quite a few Austrian -Hungarian 1914-1918 medals are in the 1939 St&L catalogue, for example. Someone more knowledgable then me should comment. But it is awfully quiet in this part of the forum lately.
  5. Is this originally a 4-place medalbar, with the Bavarian Long Service Medal added later on? The needle ends at 4th medal.
  6. I think the second class silver ones without engravers signature are wartime zink versions.
  7. Hello, These are my signum laudis. The silver has a silvermark. Mfg, Phil
  8. Hello gents, I could not resist this one. The silver medal has a silver mark, I believe an A in a circle.
  9. Chris, i'm not sure how you read my post. I meant no irony. Looks like you thought i did. i personally do not doubt, cross or stamp. I would ad it to the collection in a hartbeat. Seriously, the typical 30-ies EkI 's, 1914, with these deschler pins, can they al be 22's?
  10. Every badge or cross with that pin is called "Deshler" made. Guess that's not true then?
  11. I since long got bored with yet another PAB or IAB, but a new EKI screwback always gives me joy. I hope you like it to. The pictures dont do it justice. In hand it looks like it was made 10 years ago.
  12. Hello Gentlemen, I bought this bar this summer; Would be interested to hear your thoughts.
  13. Thanks guys, Both are paid for and will (hopefully) ,make a safe journey. This is the N° 1 emperial EK place for me, and posting them here always makes me enjoy them even more.
  14. I'm guessing this one is fine. But i have only seen these with a different and shorter hinge. what do you gentlemen think?
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