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OTTOMAN TURKISH ORDER & MEDAL RIBBONS TABLE prepared by M.DEMIR ERMAN

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demir   

Here is the table for Ottoman Turkish Order and Medal Ribbons. prepared by me.

I used mainly Mr. Metin Erüreten's  Ottoman Orders and Medal book to find out colors of the ribbons.

Of course some of them I already have in my collection.

I also will include 3 hard to find ribbon photos. (Şefkat Nişanı-Orders of Charity, Hareket-i Arz - Eartquake and Tahlisiye - Life Saving Medal 4 or more)

Hope these will help  

Regards

Demir

 

Ottoman Turkish Order and Medal ribbons by Demir ERMAN i.png

the order of charity.jpg

earthquake.jpg

Life saving 4 or more.jpg

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Great reference, thanks!

Turkish orders/medals are unknown territory for me, so great to have a reference chart.

/Michael

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MREID   

Many thanks Demir for taking the time to create this most useful ( and fully bilingual! ) chart. As a budding collector of Ottoman campaign medals I have already found it both informative and very convenient.

All the Best,

Mark

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Thank you, Demir!  This is exactly the sort of thing which makes the GMIC such a pleasure to be involved with.  Your work is appreciated.

Peter

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Hi Mr.Demir,

I have discovered this forum a couple of days ago. I felt like I found a treasure here. So sophisticated information and great help from you as I have read so far.

I say hello to everyone by the way, as a grandson of a Turkish soldier Col. Ahmet Nasır Vurgeç who had served Ottoman and Turkish Army during his life time. 

I will try to share my historic belongings and documents as soon as I can.

Best wishes.

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demir   

Hi Historian,

It is nice to have a granson of an officer in our Forum, welcome.

Best wishes

Demir Erman

 

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Farkas   
On 21/04/2017 at 20:48, Historian said:

Hi Mr.Demir,

I have discovered this forum a couple of days ago. I felt like I found a treasure here. So sophisticated information and great help from you as I have read so far.

I say hello to everyone by the way, as a grandson of a Turkish soldier Col. Ahmet Nasır Vurgeç who had served Ottoman and Turkish Army during his life time. 

I will try to share my historic belongings and documents as soon as I can.

Best wishes.

Hi Historian

having just joined myself....

I welcome you

treasure indeed and it keeps getting better!

tony

 

 

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