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  1. Hi Gents, thanks a lot for your contribution, but I believe, that he got his medal between 1900 - 1914. Kind regards Andreas
  2. Hi, I would read the dediction as 1923. Kind regards Andreas
  3. Hi Peter, https://de.todocoleccion.net/militaria-medaillen/orden-militar-cristo-portugal-orden-temple~x84664672 https://veryimportantlot.com/de/lot/view/osterreich-kaiserlich-osterreichischer-franz-jose-174948 but gold or silver, who knows? There are two ribbons, the complete red one is the Friedensband. Kind regards Andreas
  4. Hi, 3. Reich German Heeres Offiziersdolch. Regards Andreas
  5. Hi GreyC, thanks a lot, now I know, what I have to read for wintertime. Kind regards Andreas
  6. Hi Gents, I´ve got a german medal bar including a silver medal from the Order of the Oak Crown. I would like to know, if there are rolls from the german recipiens around 1895 - 1914. Every help appreciated. Regards Andreas
  7. Hi, not easy, but I want to try it: goldene Zivilverdienstmedaille or goldene Verdienstmedaille des Ordens der württemb. Krone silberne Zivilverdienstmedaille Dienst-Ehrenzeichen but which one? Erinnerungsmedaille zum 25-jährigen Regierungsjubiläum König Karl Kriegsdenkmünze 70/71 Medaille des St. Annenordens Regards Andreas
  8. Hi Luke, from the 1914 Rangliste der kaiserlich deutschen Marine; Feuerwerks-Oberleutnant Dohnke, Diensteintritt 08.04.1896 Werft in Kiel His medals at this time 1914: Allgemeines Ehrenzeichen, white and orange ribbon not Roter Adler Orden with swords Dienstauszeichnung 2. class for 12 years Rußland Medaille des St. Annen-Ordens, red and yellow ribbon not Baden Kind regards Andreas
  9. Hi GreyC, thank´s for shearing this, I allready new this source, but my hope is /was, that someone has a regimental story post 1918, where he is mentioned. Kind regards Andreas
  10. Hi Gents, is it possible to find out, if Friedrich Waldschmidt born November 3rd 1873 at Raboldshausen, served with Infanterie-Leib-Regiment No. 117 Großherzogin at WW I? Every help most appreciated. Kind regards Andreas
  11. Hi joaobr, DSBK Deutscher Soldatenbund Kyffhäuser VdS Verband deutscher Soldaten and it is the coat of arms from Schleswig-Holstein, I think from the 50's Kind regards Andreas
  12. Hi, or try to contact: https://intertecnica.de they are the successors of F. Hoffstätter Bonn Kind regards Andreas
  13. Hi Stephan, thanks a lot for this information, much appreciated. As I know, he was königlicher Portier in Berlin. Kind regards Andreas
  14. Hi Gent´s, was Traugott Thomel awarded with the Ehrenzeichen 1. Klasse (silver) from the Herzoglich Braunschweiger Orden Heinrich des Löwen? Every help appreciated. Kind regards Andreas
  15. @1812 Overture and Leutwein Thank´s for the confirmation, so I´m one the right way. Kind regards Andreas
  16. Hi Gent´s, when cleaning up my writing disk, I found this tag with the engraving Fæstningspoliti in a drawer. Is it possible to tell me, how old it is and what it was used for?! Any help is welcome. Kind regards Andreas
  17. Hi Gents, Verdienstkreuz in Gold from Preußen. Kind regards Andreas
  18. Hi Gents, I wan´t to show you this cutout from a photo showing a saxonian nco bearing a colonial medal bar. my interpretation from his medals: - Medaille des St. Heinrichs-Ordens - allgemeines Ehrenzeichen mit Schwertern - Militärehrenzeichen 1. Klasse - Dienstauszeichnungsmedaille Sachsen - Militärehrenzeichen 2. Klasse - China-Denkmünze für Kämpfer mit einer Gefechtsspange - Südwestafrika-Denkmünze für Kämpfer What do you think, am I right with my interpretation? Kind regards Andreas
  19. Hi, No. 4 could be Landwehrdienstauszeichnung 1. Klasse No. 5 could be Hohenzollernsche Denkmünze 1848/48 No. 7 not sure Chinadenkmünze Kind regards Andreas
  20. Hi saxcob, I think You nailed it, thanks a lot. Kind regards Andreas
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