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Uffz. Rohleder

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  1. 6 hours ago, speedytop said:

    Hi,

    this design still exists today.

    Uwe

    I know that's why I asked 😁

    12 hours ago, Gordon Craig said:

    Good day,

    A very good question.  The pin looks to be from the pre war era.  But there are so many of these badges it can not remember when it would have been used from memory.  I'll have to look through my files and see what I can find.

    Regards,

    Gordon

     

    OK thank you. 

  2. On 31/01/2018 at 16:12, Chris Boonzaier said:

    A number of Years ago I advanced the theory that the official order to issue Preliminary EK docs came at the beginning of 1916, anything done up until then was at unit initiative. My theory was that like after the 1870 war, post war official documents were planned

    This was based on the observation of many hundreds of documents and issue dates and the order in 1918 that all documents handed out to date were now to be considered the official document.

    This was poo pooed as there was no proof... then Wernml.jpg.4b95456f95f3a101c128137432120365.jpgitz published the order from 1916 saying that units should issue preliminary documents.... So my theory was confirmed... 

    Now this!!!! I think it is the missing link....

    I have a Besitz Zeugnis dated 15. November 1916 the document was issued "im Felde". So I don't think that every unit was aware of the official order - or they ignored it. 

     

    Sorry for the bad quality it's already dark here and the light isn't very helpful 

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  3. 6 hours ago, Stuka f said:

    Not really furniture, but a miniature for sure.

    This well decorated +/- 30 cm high altar.

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    That's quite impressing! 

    On 20/02/2015 at 12:05, dedehansen said:

    Hi Stuka,

     

    I like this pieces too, here mine a three - drawer dresser.

     

     

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    That's what I call real craftsmanship! Wow Outstanding piece. 

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    22 minutes ago, JapanX said:

    Could be anybody. 

    OK so it's universal usable 😅

     

    23 minutes ago, JapanX said:

    It was made by Nippon medal making company somewhere around january 1929

    Thank you very much

  5. Hello all, finally I found a cheap enthronement medal. And it's even marked with an "N" so I could complete the set. 

    To what kind of person could such a set belong to? Military? Police? 

     

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