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Hi Gents,

I wanted to show you this very big miniature bar.

Maybe you can identify the man who was awarded all the medals.

I hope you enjoy this bar.

Many thanks for your help.

Best wishes

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Great bar!  Lacks just an Osmanie green enamel body beneath the crescent on the green/red ribbon.  Attribution would be difficult if not impossible. 

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Hi,

many thanks for your answer, maybe someone can help. :)

Best wishes

Chris

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Fascinating ribbons. Surely, a DSO who: served in Egypt, South Africa, MID in the Great War, and still had enough energy to serve on the home front in the Second Great War, cannot remain anonymous for too long around here. Just wait. Someone will come up with name and probably a photo of your man. 

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Hi Mike,

yes it´s a fascinating bar.

Maybe I´ll have luck.

Thank´s and best wishes

Chris

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Young officer in Egypt and SA, staff wallah in WWI - hence the DSO - and a senior officer in the Home Guard for WWII.  Impressive, but sadly, probably a description which matches literally dozens in not several hundred men.  

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