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Gentlemen,

A small group just landed - nothing out of the ordinary, but a pleasing set with a wound badge device.

Regards,

Owain

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The WW1 War decorations from the various German states are often encountered in the 16mm version for wear on chain, but what about the 16mm version as a stickpin? Other than the common EK1, I only have the Anhalt Friedrich-Kreuz, which apparently is a non-official decoration.

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On 14/07/2005 at 19:10, Peter J said:

 

 

Tom, that's an absolute gem love.gif . I've never seen a 3-piece 16mm EK mini, which I presume this is. The details are unbelievably great.

Here are a few assorted pieces.

 

KR

Peter

 

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Thats a stunning collection

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Very nice looking minis.

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Since I have something else to the topic
RK 1st Class of the Michael Order so bestowed until 1887

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Fantastic. Isn’t it amazing how all of those lightning bolts between the arms are finished - craftsmanship at its finest! The chain is most unusual.

Thank you for sharing this.

Best wishes,

Wild Card

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Hello Wild Card,

really an impressive goldsmith work. Here again a nice miniature chain from Weiss 
in the original box, as used by Weiss.

many Greetings
Walter

 

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Belgium: Order of Leopold and Prussia: Commemorative medal 1815.

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Murat: Fidelity medal. 1814.

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Fantastic chain.

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Now this tread have been activated again, I can add a few as well.

A nice Godet chain, nothing special, but I have been looking for the Red Cross Merit medal from Württemberg for some time!

 

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Two versions of the War Commemorative Cross 1813-1814 from Anhalt-Dessau.

 

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A somewhat rare seen Order of Louise 2nd class 1865 version

 

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A Prussian "Ölberg Kreuz" ..

 

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A nice Order of Berthold from Baden ...

 

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On 02/12/2018 at 17:32, larsb001 said:

... A nice Godet chain, nothing special, but I have been looking for the Red Cross Merit medal from Württemberg for some time! ...

Yes, not easy to find!

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On 02/12/2018 at 17:48, larsb001 said:

A Prussian "Ölberg Kreuz" ..

Also scarce ...

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Here is a miniature chain of a brave Bavarian soldier, 
who stood in the field for Bavaria in 1849, 1866 and 1870/71. 

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A single Centenary Medal

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And a small 2 piece Baltic Cross

I find it's rather hard to find those mini Baltic crosses - but maybe it's just me

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