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The pair needs a little button sewn on where the black thread is thickest for wear in the lapel of a civilian suit.

The three ribbon bar is quite an odd combination. The War Merit Medal was given to factory workers and that sort of person-- to have a KVK2X and an Iron Cross is quite unusual. The two ribbons woven together doesn't bother me as much as the combination of that with the KVM. Backing material is quite crudely applied and does not make me happy. It COULD be an ugly ribbon bar slapped together by a wearer unconcerned with how things looked... but I'd pass on that one.

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The pair needs a little button sewn on where the black thread is thickest for wear in the lapel of a civilian suit.

The three ribbon bar is quite an odd combination. The War Merit Medal was given to factory workers and that sort of person-- to have a KVK2X and an Iron Cross is quite unusual. The two ribbons woven together doesn't bother me as much as the combination of that with the KVM. Backing material is quite crudely applied and does not make me happy. It COULD be an ugly ribbon bar slapped together by a wearer unconcerned with how things looked... but I'd pass on that one.

Rick: Thanks for your opinion on this bar....

I have bought them together with some A-H ribbons (they were absolutely OK), i don´t collect german ribbons, so if somebody would like to have tho both german "things", its possible to change for A-H....

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