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Stuka f

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    Antwerp/Belgium
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    Belgian Congo up to 1960, anything related to the city of Antwerp and militaria in general from ancient times to 1945.

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  1. I am more into headresses, and my favorite item in the collection is British. But if I had to choose for the German Imperial section, it would be this one;
  2. Just kidding! 😉 My guess is that Hess is quiet a common German name.
  3. Hey, gosh!! ....Rudolf's helmet ....! ?? Thanks for your help. You are probably right.
  4. I will. Meanwhile does anybody have an idea what the name of the owner can be. "Heks" or something...??
  5. They are usually left as they are. Except adding a front plate, undo the rossette of that ugly paint. And upgrading the chinstrap, there will no happen much more to this guy.
  6. Hello all, found this little fellow in a house clearing. Apparently used to party during carnival at some point, due to the confetti found inside. And coming from a region where carnival is "hot", ....yes; Aalst! Nicely marked on the inside. For one with the Kriegs bekleidungsamt des (or der!?) Gardekorps.1915. And second with a name. To me it reads like "Heks", what do you think? And is there anything that can be found on Herr Heks when serving in the garde regiment?
  7. Masonic was also my thoughts. The medal I showed is the only one he has. All others are gone...
  8. It is possible, but the guy's are quiet familiar with those medals,and found nothing similar.
  9. I could ask on a French forum, I am member of. Bertrand Malvaux is a member there too....
  10. hello, for a colleague on a French forum I would like to ask you to ID this medal. It comes from a distant family member who can be found on; https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Félix_du_Temple_de_la_Croix
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