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  1. The flan or curbing and the final piece (1.)
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  2. No.5 Either Oberwehrmann or Stabswehrmann, rank chevron worn on the arm isn't visible here. White piping signifies an active membership within Stahlhelmbund. Awards: Eisernes Kreuz 2.Klasse; Militär-Verdienstmedaille (Württemberg); Kyffhäuserbund Medaille; Kampfabzeichen der Ehrenlegion; Pro Deo et Patria 1914-1918 (???). By the way I have a couple of questions regarding this photo: a) What does "3" on his collar patches stand for? b) What is the fifth award? In fact I doubt it's Hungarian medal. c) What badge is worn on the left side of the Feldmütze?
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  3. # 2. Here we have a nice portrait of Battaillonsführer. According to the white pipng of his collar patches this man was an active member of Stahlhelmbund. Note the early-type NSDAP cockade that was allowed to be worn by the Kern-Stahlhelm from September 1933.
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  4. As I mentioned above, there were two medals of this kind, both issued by Budapest in 1945, this one, the bridge-restoration medal, and another one, the transportation medal. The other one is also for the Soviet troops for transporting some food to starving population of Budapest. This second one is also an RRR!!! rarity grade medal.
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