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Can anybody tell me what "AK" with crossed swords Saxon style might represent on a maroon leatherette presentation case?

AK is the Saxon abbreviation for the Albrechtskreuz, the silver cross associated with the Albrechtsorden.

Here are Saxony's own abbreviations for its decorations:

Edited by Dave Danner

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Posted · Hidden by Dave Danner, December 29, 2011 - Same request placed in multiple threads
Hidden by Dave Danner, December 29, 2011 - Same request placed in multiple threads

Hi, I'm collecting the medals given to Atatürk.I could find have some medals.These are Germany, Bulgaria and Australia medals.I reached this site looking for medals.I think you can help me.I'm looking for the following medals;

1) Medal Name : Iron Cross, the German Emperor Wilhelm II

Medal the substance: İron

Medal diameter:45 mm

Date of issue:28.12.1915

2)Medal Name : 1. Ranks Krone der Preussen (Prussia Swordsman Cord) Order--II. Wilhelm

Date of issue:19.02.1918

3)Medal Name : Order of Merit of Austria-Hungary

Medal the substance:enamel

Medal diameter:30 mm

Date of issue:27.07.1916

4)Medal Name :Order of San Aleksandr,Komandör rank.I. Ferdinand

Date of issue:23.03.1915

If you have knowledge of a medal, please send an email.. thank you.. serkan_serin1984@hotmail.com

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Here are Saxony's own abbreviations for its decorations:

Just wanted to thank you for posting the list of Saxony's abbreviations.

It has helped me several times identify presentation cases and decipher a few documents featuring names of Saxon soldiers with their awards.

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I was just looking online for Imperial German decoration abbreviations... No need to look further than GMIC. Bumping this thread. Mods should consider pinning it.

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