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WWI with Austrian, Bulgarian and Romanian and DAK. It's nice to see good bars with foreign awards on them. The bottom left DAK has a Schinkel EKII.

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Great collection - I like Imperial colonial (could you post a close-up of yours?). Thanks for sharing.


Have posted a better photo. There's one for Africa, one for China and the naval bar in the upper right is for Venezuela. What's interesting is the non-combatant bar in the lower left of the tray. Edited by azyeoman

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Hi George,

It's a Venezuela bar and the matching ribbon bar. Sadly I have no information on it and the Elephant badge came independently from all the bars. The China bar has a tailor's label on it to:

Friedr. Sedlatzek

Berlin W8

Lieprigerstr. 108

Metal 1 x 1.5 cm

Which appears to be glued to reverse on a brown corduroy type of cloth.

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Some great medalbars you have in your collection :o

Very nice

Regards

JT

Thank you. I'm looking forward to seeing yours when you post them. : )

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The Kriegsmarine grouping is the brightest star for me! I cannot imagine a better grouping. I also really like the Mine Rescue medal bar.

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I'm going to add the latest updated shots of the trays etc. You'll see that some of the items in the trays have changed and there are new additions. I hope you enjoy this trip through time vis-a-vis German medals. : ) The point of this collection was to try and obtain one of each other the TR medals mounted on a bar. Of course there are some that are so expensive that they're out of my level of collecting, but I'm satisfied with these and I hope you'll find them interesting.

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Here's a fine contemporary WWI portrait in oil of an observer. I'm sure his parent's or wife had it painted. I hope he survived. It's nice to have a portrait and the man's medals. I wish I knew his name.

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Starting from 1848 and going forward... Again I like the bars which show that a man fought on one side in 1866 and then four years later was fighting in the Franco-Prussian War, but with the former enemy.

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Colonials and the lower left one is particularly nice as it's to a non-combatent. The upper right is for Venezuela.

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A family group to Captain/Dr. Konrad Lambrecht and his wife. There are letters, documents and the orginal certificates for all the medals to both of them.

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The bar in the lower right hand corner has a TR Life Saving Medal to the left of the Silesian Eagle and it's a Godet bar. : )

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One of the more interesting trays with some nice enamel pieces and some nice Turkish medals too.

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