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ixhs

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  1. the bar doesn`t fit with the IC on combatant ribbon and the frontkämpferehrenkreuz. I am studying recipients with IC on non combatant ribbon. I have ~ 3000 names. All recipients i found with an iron crescent on non combatant ribbon served at the homefront. Sometimes they got the IC on non combatant ribbon,too.
  2. in my opinion the crescent was added later. i prefer the hessian solution. i have a parade mounted medal bar + ribbon bar with an ID`d name. He got the Iron crecent on non combatant ribbon. Oberzahlmeister Adolph Bulle
  3. Ah my bar; no mecidi and no austrian medal - the ribbon is purple not red...
  4. this style was used in germany in ~ 1900, too. you can find bavarian, saxony, wuerttemberg pics with it...
  5. for me one of the last version of the DA25 so it could be awarded till after the war (~ 1920)
  6. Nice that you got it Tilo. I like it very much. A stunning piece of german history! The wendische Krone is a very rare decoration. May be Dave could help you.
  7. not two times baden - it could be finnish bravery medal bronce or brunswick house order...
  8. may be the bar now belongs to mr. volle. 70 MKF medals are definitely rare.
  9. he got the 70KDM for combatants not the hindy. The bar is a typical early made bar. The MKF medal is very rare...
  10. -Ehrenzeichen vom Roten Kreuz 2.Klasse KuK (oftmals an Offiziere verliehen) -Rot Kreuz medaille Türkei Hilal i ahmer genannt vermutlich Silberstufe und ohne Eichenlaub -Eiserner Halbmond für Kämpfer
  11. I know why. Try to find the treasure... It`s one of the medals...
  12. - The IC seems to be a 30 years non magnetic one. - The MVK is a private purchased one.
  13. I think you won`t find him. We know the bar a long time.... Some of my friends tried it a few years ago.
  14. I could trade this nice one with a collector`s friend. There are not many non comb. bars of an reactivated 1866 veteran with RAO4 "50" and EK2 out there.
  15. http://woeschler-orden.de/bayern-landwirtschaftliche-jubil-umsmedaille-bronze-1910-1er-ordensschnalle --> The declaration about the recipients of the medal. (Hessenthal / Schreiber)
  16. Here are the last 2 in which i think they are possibly identificable. The frackspange is a veterans piece. He served in 1870 as a non combatant at home and got later the iron cross/wilhelmscross without X when he was reactivated I think the crownorder 4th class or the friedrichsorder knights cross 2nd class is missing (it had to return to the GOK) The bavarian Kreuz für freiwillige Krankenpflege 1870/71 does have the typical enamel hits at the medaillon ring. Its a piece made by EQ (Eduard Quellhorst) The other big one is a typical bavarian styled one. it was sold a couple of years ago with some medals. later the medals were sold separately and i replaced them as i got the bar. if he had the bronce landwirtschaftsmedaille of bavaria (1175 awards) or the rarer silver one (~ 200 awards) - i don`t know. there are rolls in munich with the recipients, but i do not have them. he definitely did not get the golden one (only highest officials) i think it was an official. it´s also shown the ribbon bar of Bolle with the ottoman iron halfmoon (this one was made by godet, berlin) thanks for help!
  17. Daniel you`re great. Thanks a lot for your help again. best joe hope the stick is arriving soon
  18. Here some bars - Are they identificable? The large one with the danish dannebrog order knights cross came with a ribbon bar. it has also the ribbon for the ottoman iron halfmoon on non combatant ribbon (!) white with 2 red stripes. The centenial medal is a rarer reduction of it. I think the one with the FA-Cross belonged to a mariner. The Frackspange with the rare Friedrich-Franz cross at the last position is label markered " C.G. Ulrich Nachfolger". I like it very much. Thanks for help. Joe. / "Schulz Hauptwachtmeister 0815"
  19. All of the pieces from 1914-18 were marked with Schwenzer. there are private purchases pieces after 1918 without marking. Württemberg did not use kriegsmetall (ansonit) for producing them. they reduced the silver contenct.
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