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Peter Orincsay

Peter Nyitrays collections of Hungarian and Austro-Hungarian militaria.

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New in the collection, a Kriegskreuz für Zivildienste (II Class) it's original box.

:jumping: wonderful looking little jewel. Can you tell us what it was mainly awarded for?

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:jumping: wonderful looking little jewel. Can you tell us what it was mainly awarded for?

http://gmic.co.uk/index.php/topic/34491-kriegskreuz-fr-zivilverdienst/

:cheers:

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Peter I've looked at your collection, presentation and attention to detail with amazing interest and I have to admit it excites me to the bone, you have a collection to be proud and envious of, keep showing us. regards

Alex K

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On 20/11/2008 at 19:03, Peter Orincsay said:

Hello John!

 

I am not really sure of the origin of my Z?szl?s (Warrant Officer) tunic. I was found hidden in the basement among my late grandfathers belongings.

Since he never were a Z?szl?s (Warrant Officer), he went straight to Hadnagy (Lieutenant) after graduating the Ludovika Military (Budapest) academy in 1937.

And I?m still not 100% sure what the purple colour is for military branch.

The tunic is in mint condition and with a nice taylors tag inside. The tag says: N?das ?s Osz?czky - ?ri ?s Egyenruha Szab?k - Budapest, IV Esk? T?r 1. (N?das & Osz?czky - Gentlemen and Uniform taylors, Budapest 4th district Esk? Squere 1.)

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Peter The zaslos was not a WO , ranks among the junior officers ,so wears gold buttons , badges and shoulder cords . the Three classes of WO wears silver buttons and badges and shoulder straps in arm of service colour.

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Hi I simply love looking at your collection, amazing way of displaying (And photographing) an amazing collection, I'm envious

 

regards

 

Alex K

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Peter,

Great to see such history preserved. Very interesting and well-presented collection. Well worth the time to look through it all.

Regards,

Graham

 

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