Chris Boonzaier

Best Doc in this Bavarian Group ?

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Hi Chris,

did you buy the group?

My favorite silberne Militär-Verdienst-Medaille or Leiberring für Offiziere

Kind regards
Andreas

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Hi Andreas!

Jup, the world record price unfortunately, but I would have gone over bodies to get it ;-)

Best

Chris

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6 minutes ago, dedehansen said:

Hi Chris,

did you buy the group?

My favorite silberne Militär-Verdienst-Medaille or Leiberring für Offiziere

Kind regards
Andreas

Hello,
very interesting, can I get some details?
Cheers Spolei

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Thanks a Lot,
he also got the Jubileemedal and was Member of the Verein der Tapferkeitsmedaillenträger past 1955
Ortsgruppe München.
I don't know anything about Leiberring for Officers.
In my list, I have found Ring Nr. 1086 for him.
 

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Hi,

He got the manschaftsring in Jan 1919, but is also on the list for the officers ring, recuieved 1920. I wish i could find a photo of the officers ring!!

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In Ingolstadt was a exhibition about the Alpencorps.
There are some decorations of Konrad Krafft von Delmensingen.
There was a ring, possibly it is the officers-ring.
Sorry about the bad pictures

v.Delmensingen_Geschenke (2).JPG

v.Delmensingen_Geschenke (1).JPG

MMJO_v._Delmensingen_(1).JPG

PLM_v.Dellmensingen.JPG

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I've read in a WW1 forum, that the Leiber-Officersring has a Lionshead.
Offiziere einen Löwenkopf, Mannschaften die bayerische Raute und die Königskrone

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The Leib Regt Histolry says a Lions Head for the offirers ring and a ILR mongram on the inside.

We would need clear photos of rings worn by Epp to maybe see one?

Or ferdinand schörner

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Damn. That is cool. Very cool. The ring document undoubtedly...

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6 hours ago, Ulsterman said:

Damn. That is cool. Very cool. The ring document undoubtedly...

Yup, the group itself is super cool, especially as he was an MG guy from 1914 to 1918 and missed none of the major actions... the ring may be a rather "niche" item... but is waaaay sexy!!

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I imagine he took the ring to his grave, literally.

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