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Chris Boonzaier

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About Chris Boonzaier

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    The Imperial Iron Cross, WW1 research, The Boer war, The campaigns in South West and East Africa 1914-18...
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  1. Kooking at his head, I would say rather a Chicken magnet....
  2. ... So if you don't have one... time to get moving!!! It is OBVIOUSLY the ring article that is making it sell out!!! 😉
  3. A goodbye gift to Duncan Rykaart Some googling will give you some info... Retired after commanding the South African 5th Recce Regiment, then with Executive Outcomes in Angola, The first commander for EO in Sierra Leone, then founded his own company with some interesting contracts in Libya, then in Sudan against US backed troops.... A pic of him receiving a medal, then with one of his Recon teams in the 80s..... really not my collecting field, but I am very happy to have it..... He can be seen in this video, the guy in the pink t-shirt... this was a night off for the men of Executive
  4. Initially I wanted a single blue tunic... and it just grew and grew ... I still prefer the Feldgrau... but the blue is growing on me....
  5. Hi Eric... that is a good argument... if the 1914-18 cross was "cheap"... the 1870 cross was "cheaper" ... Just saw a rough draft this week... the article looks really good!!
  6. Time Left: 25 days and 16 hours

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    This is a pretty rare one... the Württemberg RIR 247 medal worn on a bar, and a separate bar with its ribbon... you occasionally find the medal, but is was not official and to find them on a bar is very very unusual... It seems to have been reserved for the men who were part of the Regiment in Ypres in 1914... EUR245

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    A really nice one indeed! EUR135

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    Hi, a nice doc, Condition as pictured, has been framed at some stage, 2 fine slits where a ribbon went through, but difficult to see... EUR115

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    Original and unmessed with... the Anniversary Medal is rusted and can be kept or replaced for display EUR175

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    2 Great crosses, a Fritz Zimmermann and a wartime Souval, with Zimmermann Packet... EUR195 for all

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  11. Hi, for some reason all of his posts were missing the photos... so 90% of the thread was titles, but the covers were not there to be soon. I invisabled them for now
  12. It took some time to find one for some reason, and then for a regiment I had given little thought to (6th b.I.R. from Amberg)... but I was pleased to finally add an officers blue tunic to the collection.... Was also happy to get the white gloves... Am not 100% how this neck cloth is worn....
  13. I assume it was a dislike of the Prussians... it was strong back then... I remember a book by a Prussian who landed up in a Bavarian hospital... he was treated terribly until he convinced them he was a saxon.... It is not rare to see Bavarians wearing the EK backwards, the Oakleaves to the fore...
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